Please read this at:: DesertPeace
Please read this at:: DesertPeace
(i) Shell a picnicking Palestinian family on a Gaza beach. When challenged, dispute the exact time of the shelling and claim a Palestinian mine must have coincidentally just happened to have exploded a few minutes after your gunboat shelled the area, irrespective of the fact that the physical evidence such as injuries to the head and chest would indicate a shell dropping from the sky rather than a mine exploding under the sand. If the “wrong timing” excuse is debunked, say that your shells landed elsewhere, studiously ignoring the absence of any supporting evidence for the “wrong place” claim.
(ii) With the Palestinians suitably riled, place the bait. Small, isolated groups of your soldiers should be stationed at the border. This might consist of a single tank, a decoy armored personnel carrier (APC), and a guard tower. All must be orientated such that they are facing away from the mouth of a tunnel known to be used by Palestinians. Do not provide any additional cover. There should be no more than four soldiers manning the guard tower and four in the tank.
That’s what the Palestinian woman said after being hospitalized for three days because some rotten “Israeli settlers” have beat the hell out of her, leaving her with a shattered cheeckbone. Not just that but they beat her husband and her son with baseball bats. What’d that woman do? Utterly nothing!!!
And guess what? The Israeli police, though promised to investigate this incident, did nothing. Why? Because their job, exclusively, invloves protecting Israeli settlers from Palestinians. The poor guys don’t have the “jurisdiction” to protect Palestinians from Israeli settlers and that means they can do nothing about the incident. Well, I think that Palestinians need protection from the Israeli police at the first place, then we can talk about protection from Israeli settlers.
Here is the video of the incident:
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Well, the title tells it all. Got a lotta truth-seeking to do. So, I’m just gonna pick up where I left off.
With a heart full of sorrow, I announce that Ahmed Ismail will be off for several months. I travelled to another continent and started a new life in a totally other country seeking freedom and independence. I am not financially stable yet and my new job here doesn`t pay that much. My decision to come back here was because I really missed being online defending my religion and doing what`s right. I am going to be off for several months because I can`t use internet cafes as they cost me a fortune. But I will be back. I know that Allah will help me to complete this path because He knows I am doing this for Him.
I, temporarily, say goodbye to my friends here. I will be back but when I get back, I will be stronger than ever. Yes, I am not going to be online but I am never gonna stop doing researches and analyses about what is happening offline. I am determined than ever to spread the truth, defend my religion and fight those who insult the thing I believe in most; Islam.
The above alarming title is one of the slogans used in Germany nowadays by Fundamentalist Christians who are fighting anything related to Islam.
Fundamentalist Christians are using populist slogans to incite against Muslims, whom they see as the new source of danger for Europe. The number of internet users who visit their websites is alarmingly high. Claudia Mende reports
The group calls itself “Deus Vult Caritatem” – Latin for “God wants love.” But it disseminates a fair amount of bad feeling. “Deus Vult Caritatem” caused uproar at a series of Munich city council information events in July. The Islam expert and lawyer Matthias Rohe held a talk on “The German constitution and sharia” which had to be broken off in a tumult. Several days later Rohe received a death threat via e-mail, and he published it on his homepage.
MADRID — Amid world recognition of the alarming phenomena, Spain will play host on Tuesday, October 9, for an international conference on combating growing Islamophobia in Western societies.“There is a lack of data regarding the phenomena,” Gema Martin Munoz, the director of Arab House, a public body working to strengthen ties between Spain and the Arab world, told Agence France Presse (AFP) Sunday, October 7.
“It is important to collect data to avoid overestimating or minimizing Islamophobia.”
The conference, held under the auspices of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE), would tackle discrimination against Muslims, its consequences and the role of the media in fueling Islamophobic sentiments.
Attendants, including high-ranking delegations from the OSCE’s 56 member states and NGOs, would also probe the role of education in countering this alarming phenomenon.
Also attending will be Arab league General Secretary Amr Mousa.
The two-day conference would be chaired by Spanish Foreign Minister Miguel Angel Moratinos, the OSCE Chairman-in-Office.
In the video below, former CIA case officer Robert Baer tells Countdown with Keith Olbermann on MSNBC, during a discussion about torture, he is “not quite sure what happened on 9/11.” Baer makes his comment 1 minute 57 seconds into the video.
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Three months ago, I asked a friend of mine in Sudan to tell me what he knows about that genocide in Darfur. He told me that he, personally, went there and there is no genocide whatsoever. The whole “GENOCIDE” thing is a lie. Though, I really trust that friend, I had doubts. I told myself may be he didn`t analayze the situation well or something. I had those doubts for the past three months till I read the following news story today:
For 40 years, the French government has been fighting a secret war in Africa, hidden not only from its people, but from the world. It has led the French to slaughter democrats, install dictator after dictator – and to fund and fuel the most vicious genocide since the Nazis. Today, this war is so violent that thousands are fleeing across the border from the Central African Republic into Darfur – seeking sanctuary in the world’s most notorious killing fields
By Johann Hari in Birao, Central African Republic
I first heard whispers of this war in March, when newspapers reported in passing that the French military was bombing the remote city of Birao, in the far north-east of the CAR. Why were French soldiers fighting there, thousands of miles from home? Why had they been intervening in Central Africa this way for so many decades? I could find no answers here – so I decided to travel there, into the belly of France’s forgotten war.