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Seguimos con Dinamarca

Posted by Spanish Eowyn en 13/diciembre/2005

Como ya dije en varios posts anteriores (en este, o este) , se ha producido un problema en Dinamarca por la publicación en el periódico Jyllands-posten de una serie de caricaturas de Mahoma. La ONU ha decidido intervenir… para coartar la libertad de expresión. Ved en “La Benevolencia del Cervecero” (sí en la misma reunión en la que los países con gran presencia musulmana incluida Rusia -ejem- apoyaron las tesis de Irán de poner en marcha un mercado común de la Nación islámica) o en “Brussels Journal“. Eso sí de exigir que pidan disculpas o que se retracten los que han amenazado con matar a los caricaturistas, o con vengarse de Dinamarca en un baño de sangre, de eso, nastideplasti, como decían las niñas cuando yo iba al colegio.

En el blog Newspaper tenemos estas caricaturas (debeis pinchar en el lnk porque el dueño del blog no tiene capacidad suficiente en Internet y no puedo copiarlo para que se vea bien. intentaré en los próximos días incorporarlo de manera que se vea bien).

Hmm, la ONU ese emporio de legitimidad. Cada vez me extraña menos su postura frente a la administración de Internet. Claramente están pidiendo que volvamos a los tiempos de la censura, no vaya a ser que a alguien le moleste la verdad o simplemente, unas caricaturas. Vale que según el Corán no se puede pintar personas. Pero los que NO somos musulmanes, ¿podremos hacerlo?

Pues va a ser que no.

Creo que la ONU debería cambiar el nombre por el OCCNI, o sea, Organización para la Cooperación en la Creación de la Nación Islámica. O algo así.

No es de extrañar que Protest Warrior haya editado entre otros este cartel:

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La Alianza de Civilizaciones

Posted by Spanish Eowyn en 13/diciembre/2005

El estado de salud de la Alianza de Civilizaciones es malo. Ahora ha sido Rafsanjani, el antiguo líder de Irán, quien, imitando bien a nuestros queridos Khomeni y Ahmadenijad, ha insistido de nuevo en la diatriba antijudía que últimamente es el lit-motiv de estos “alianzadores”. Así, ha dicho que las entidades sionistas tienen sus días contados, en una reunión con el miembro de Hamas Khaled Mashal, según IRNA. “el espíritu elevado, resistencia (hombre, ese palabro, Angels Barceló encantada, ¿ehhh?…), y la esperanza del pueblo palestino están entre los factores de la presente situación en la que se encuentran los sionistas. Suena moderado, ¿eh?

Con estos “amigos”, la Alianza no necesita enemigos. ¿O considerando que ZP a veces entiende a los que justifican el holocausto (Audio largo), la Alianza está hecha precisamente en contra de los “Sionistas y Cruzados”, como dijo Bin Laden en su famosa declaración de 1999?

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Los poderes de la policía en Australia

Posted by Spanish Eowyn en 13/diciembre/2005

Como consecuencia de los disturbios australianos, la policía va a recibir nuevos poderes, aunque todavía no se dice cuáles. Esperemos que dichos poderes sean ejercitados contra TODOS los que inicien y participen en los disturbios y no sólo contra los blancos. Que durante mucho tiempo, los policías se han negado a detener a los musulmanes por temor a causar disturbios. Lo que sería muy negativo para todos: la policía está investigando los tiros disparados a una iglesia católica y colegio de primaria (donde acuden niños menores de 5 años). Se encontraron dos proyectiles en los coches de dos profesores y más de 20 cartuchos por el suelo (en la imagen, la policía en el lugar de los hechos). Sobre todo porque se acercan las fiestas de Navidad.

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Líbano: segundo anti-sirio asesinado en atentado con coche-bomba

Posted by Spanish Eowyn en 13/diciembre/2005

El asesinato, mediante coche bomba, del periodista anti-sirio Gibrad Tueni ha sido recibido con alegría por el grupo terrorista que se ha reconocido autor del atentado en los siguientes términos: En un comunicado difundido a través de internet, los llamados “Combatientes de la unidad del Líbano en la región de Chams” (Siria, Palestina, Líbano) aseguran que lograron “liquidar una de las voces que esparcía el veneno y las mentiras a pesar de las advertencias que le habíamos hecho”. “Quebramos la pluma de Tueni y transformamos su (periódico) An Nahar (El Día) en una noche sombría”, destaca el texto, en el que también se amenaza con la misma suerte “a todos aquellos que atacan a quienes ofrecieron y ofrecen sacrificios en defensa del carácter árabe del Líbano”, agrega, tal y como nos dice el blog Tizas.

En Beirut hay un gran duelo por él. Y no es para menos: la carta abierta a Hafed el-Assad, presdiente de Siria no tenía desperdicio: “tiene que entender que muchos libanses no están cómodos con las políticas sirias y con la presencia de tropas sirias en este país. Muchos libaneses consideran que la conducta de Siria es completamente opuesta a los principios de soberanía, dignidad e independencia”.

El atentado ha tenido lugar en el mismo momento en que se hacía público el informe sobre la implicación de Siria en el asesinato de Rafid Hariri.

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Interesante reflexión

Posted by Spanish Eowyn en 13/diciembre/2005

Integración y fundamentalismo religioso

José Carlos Navarro Muñoz

El constituyente del 78 pretendió separar Religión de Estado, aunque la tradición secular del pueblo fuera mayoritariamente católica, imprimiendo así la libertad de opción religiosa sin intervención estatal. La aconfesionalidad es reconocimiento del carácter mayoritario del culto católico, fruto de la herencia histórica, que la propia Constitución asimila en la consecución de los derechos humanos derivados del judeo-cristianismo y las culturas greco-romanas. La libertad de culto va reñida con la colonización de cultos contrarios a la cultura de convivencia.

Es compatible la denuncia de Gustavo de Aristegui, que entre 250 y 400 miembros de Jarrai se han convertido al Islam, donde la ideología abraza religiones para la consecución de sus fines. Describe como “la ideología islamista radical” se extiende, cuyo fin último es reconquistar y reislamizar Al-Ándalus. Tomando el rábano por las hojas, sin profundizaciones analíticas, el ministro José Antonio Alonso, asegura que el radicalismo islamista hay que controlarlo y combatirlo allí donde se produzca, ya sea una mezquita o en un locutorio, diferenciando Islam de terrorismo.

No en vano la Policía ha elaborado un censo con más de 400 locales que propagan mensajes fundamentalismo radical. Interior, una de cada tres mezquitas en Madrid tiene conexiones con grupos radicales islamitas como Hamas, Hermanos Musulmanes, Justicia y Caridad, Morabitum o Tabligh. Es la misma política de penalidad del delito una vez perpetrado con posterior reinserción, cuando la sociedad lo que necesita es la prevención para erradicar los sangrantes conflictos. Más de cinco siglos hace que Occidente provocó el éxodo judío y musulmán, promoviendo la conversión al catolicismo, que hoy confluyen en el imperio occidental de derechos y libertades empapados en las democracias.

Es sorprendente como la libertad democrática de culto, es combatida en países asiáticos y árabes, en concreto el cristianismo. Como botón de muestra, el Sultán del Emirato de Sharjah (emirato integrado en los Emiratos Árabes Unidos, que reconocía como legítimo el régimen integrista de los talibanes de Afganistán) financia con petrodólares la construcción de la futura mezquita de Sevilla en los Bermejales. El Ayuntamiento cede seis mil metros cuadrados de terreno para la construcción de la mezquita que tendrá una capacidad para siete mil personas, promovida por la llamada Comunidad Islámica de España, cuyo responsable dió buena muestra de su predicación hacia la desigualdad hombre-mujer, cuando menos.

Las relaciones internacionales se basan en el mutuo respeto, no entendiéndose la colonización religiosa en países democráticos permisivos, por parte de Estados que no aceptan la religión del colonizado; incluso es perseguida. El individuo de la Roma imperial necesitaba de importantes requisitos para adquirir la ciudadanía, si no se era esclavo. Hoy en los Estados democráticos impregnados del aprendizaje del acervo histórico , sus ciudadanos se relacionan fructíferamente entre sí, no siendo similar para los que no lo son.

Los derechos humanos y las Cartas Magnas de los países occidentales deben ser el punto de partida, cuyo juramento y cumplimiento debería otorgar la naturaleza de ciudadanía. Fuera de estos, no cabe integración en una sociedad fruto de siglos, menos la convivencia. Empecemos por ahí, independientemente que la radicalidad se abandere por religiones que no se adaptaron a estos democráticos y occidentales conceptos, entre los que se encuentran “la no discriminación por sexo”.

No puedo estar más de acuerdo.

Martes, 13 de Diciembre de 2005

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About Liebermann and Sheehan

Posted by Spanish Eowyn en 13/diciembre/2005

As I treated here, Liebermann has made something that is making him a traitor to his own party: telling his own views about Iraqi situation. LGF says:

WASHINGTON – Sen. Joe Lieberman’s staunch stay-the-course defense of President Bush’s Iraq policies isn’t winning him any friends among fellow Democrats.
Lieberman’s pro-war views may be winning him praise from a grateful White House, but some Democratic colleagues see him as undercutting their party’s efforts to wrest control of Congress from the GOP next fall.
“He’s doing damage to the ability of Democrats to wage a national campaign,” said Ken Dautrich, a University of Connecticut public policy professor. “It’s Lieberman being Lieberman. And it’s frustrating for people trying to put a Democratic strategy together.”
Sensing political vulnerability in Bush’s handling of Iraq, Democrats are anxious to craft a compelling anti-war theme uniting the party for the pivotal midterm congressional elections.
Democrats hope a surging anti-war tide in 2006 can help them shatter the GOP’s 12-year lock on the House and win back the Senate for the first time since 2001.
“It’s not a tidal wave now, but the ingredients are starting to fall into place,” said veteran Democratic strategist Tad Devine.
Lieberman, who seems to relish his role as a maverick, is veering far from the Democratic script. His vocal support for the war, a stark and frequent reminder of the deep divisions among Democrats on how to end the war, makes him something of a marked man.

And the second one:

Up to 1,500 anti-war protesters and activists gathered for the 10-hour conference, which was organized by the Stop the War Coalition.
The scheduled speakers included Sheehan, who has become a focus of anti-war sentiment in the United States by camping outside the Texas ranch of President George W. Bush; Hasan Zergani Hashim, a spokesperson for Iraq’s radical Shia cleric Muqtada al-Sadr; and leftist British legislator George Galloway
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News from the Counterterrorist Blog

Posted by Spanish Eowyn en 13/diciembre/2005

Congress Continues to Voice Concern Over Saudi Oversight of Charities
Rep. Sue Kelly, who chairs the oversight subcommittee on the U.S. House Financial Services Committee and a special congressional task force on terrorist financing, wrote last week to President Bush with her continuing concerns over the oversight exercised by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia over charities operating within and beyond Saudi Arabia. She raised instances of possible terrorist financing through accounts at Saudi banks (see my post on a pitch on Saudi TV for aid to suicide bombers’ families) and through charities, despite governmental assurances of new controls. This letter follows and complements the November 8 hearing of the Senate Judiciary Committee on the role of Saudi Arabia in the dissemination of anti-American and anti-Semitic propaganda. I’ve been told that at least one senior Member of Congress will use the specifics in Rep. Kelly’s letter during upcoming discussions with the Saudi government. You can see Rep. Kelly’s letter to the President below (large Acrobat file) – the first time that this letter has been published in full.Download saudi_letter_to_gwb.pdf
P.S. The Treasury Department still hasn’t released final regulations mandated four years ago under Section 312 of the USA PATRIOT Act to govern correspondent banking. I was privately told by senior Treasury officials two months ago that they would be released “very, very soon.” It’s safe to assume that political pressure on the Bush Administration by financial institutions and/or a select group of countries is responsible for the continued delays.
Al-Qaida Celebrates Oct. 2005 Hotel Bombings in Iraq as the “Battle of Badr al-Baghdad”
Al-Qaida’s Committee in Iraq (led by Abu Musab al-Zarqawi) has released new documents and a video recording commemorating the October 24, 2005 suicide car bombings in Baghdad targeting the Sheraton Ishtar and Meridian Palestine Hotels–an attack known by Al-Qaida as “the Battle of Badr al-Baghdad.” According to Al-Qaida, “Shaykh Abu Musab al-Zarqawi’s guidance… played a pivotal role in the successful execution of this attack. The Shaykh laid out explicit orders saying that we must execute an attack aimed at shaking the ground beneath the feet of our enemies—an attack that would leave him exhausted and confused… He was insistent about continuing the wave of spectacular operations.”
Al-Qaida also claimed that one of the suicide bombers responsible for the Oct. 2005 Baghdad hotel attack–Abu Naim al-Najdi (apparently from Saudi Arabia)–was encouraged on his mission by certain religious “visions” that he was experiencing:
“Abu Naim [al-Najdi]—the first martyr—envisioned himself leaving his house, with his sister asking, ‘Where are you going.’ [In his vision, Abu Naim] replied, ‘I’m going to teach America a lesson that it will never forget.’ He then boarded an airplane and when he observed the World Trade Center, he said to himself [in his vision], ‘I will crash this plane straight into the White House.’”
Needless to say, the consequences of pairing up a ruthless Al-Qaida commander like Zarqawi–who “insists” upon “spectacular operations” aimed at “shaking the ground beneath the feet of the infidels”–with equally fanatical footsoldiers who longingly dream of the day when they will have a chance to plow a commercial airliner into the White House are terrifying indeed.Click to view documents c/o Globalterroralert.com:- Al-Qaida’s “Battle Series”: The “Badr al-Baghdad” BattleAl-Qaida video of the “Badr al-Baghdad” Battle

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From Brussels Journal

Posted by Spanish Eowyn en 13/diciembre/2005

I have found these important pieces of information in this online newspaper:

1.- The 36 year old Somali-born Ayaan Hirsi Ali is the most famous member of the Dutch Parliament. She is not only a Naomi Campbell lookalike, but is an outspoken and courageous critic of Muslim extremists, who have consequently threatened to kill her. One can only admire her resolve. Two weeks ago, however, Hirsi Ali became controversial within her own party, the Dutch center-right Liberal Party VVD, with her proposal to abolish Article 23 of the Dutch constitution. This article guarantees freedom of education. Ayaan Hirsi Ali wants all religious schools banned.
Is Islam dangerous because it is a religion? Do Muslim values differ from European values because the latter are rooted in Christianity or because they are secular? These questions are at the heart of the debate in Europe today.
Theo Van Gogh, the Dutch moviemaker who was murdered by a Muslim fanatic last year believed that religion was what made people intolerant. Van Gogh was anti-religious rather than anti-Islamic, as he had previously shown by insulting Christians and Jews and attacking traditional morality before shifting his attention to the growing segment of Muslims in Dutch society.
Van Gogh was a friend of Hirsi Ali’s. He was murdered shortly after completing
Submission, a ten minute documentary, written by Hirsi Ali, which dealt with the abuse of Muslim women. Hirsi Ali recently finished the script for a sequel to Submission, in which she criticises the oppression of homosexuals in Muslim societies.
In the secular Netherlands, the rejection of homosexuality by Islam is considered proof of its backwardness and intolerance. This argument was also used by the assassinated anti-immigration politician
Pim Fortuyn, himself a theatrical homosexual, who argued that he was no racist because he had sex with Moroccan boys.
Hirsi Ali’s demand that religious schools be abolished in the Netherlands has caused
a row within her own Liberal Party (VVD), especially after she attacked Hans Wiegel, a former leader of the party and one of the VVD’s most prominent members. In an interview last month Hirsi Ali called Wiegel “a reactionary,” who “denies reality” by defending freedom of education. She said Wiegel has no idea about the problems relating to the integration of immigrants into Dutch society and compared him to a “Turkish or Moroccan father” who is “living in a country of yesterday.” Hirsi Ali believes that Article 23 hinders the integration of Muslim children because they end up in Islamic schools. According to her, the state should educate all children in state schools in order to ensure that they learn tolerance.
The 64 year old Wiegel, who is considering running for the position of Prime Minister in 2007, said he did not mind being called a reactionary, “on the contrary.” He said Hirsi Ali’s
proposal to abolish Article 23 of the Constitution was “intolerant” and suggested she should “not be so fanatic”. The quarrel within the VVD, which is in government with Prime Minister Jan Peter Balkenende’s Christian-Democrats, deepened when a third prominent party member, Frits Bolkestein, the former European Union commissioner, lended his support to Hirsi Ali. Bolkestein said that freedom of education was not essential for the Liberal Party: “My ideal is: all children in state schools. So, as far as I am concerned, Article 23 can be abolished.” According to Bolkestein the VVD only supports freedom of education for the sake of its Christian-Democrat coalition partner. (…)
2.- Fjordman, the Norwegian blogger (how sorely his invaluable reports from Scandinavia will be missed when he quits blogging next week) reports that Louise Arbour, the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, has expressed her concern over the 12 cartoons [see them here] depicting the prophet Muhammad which were published in the Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten last September. Ms Arbour says that the UN experts on racism will deal with the matter.
The 56 member countries of the Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC) are
currently meeting in Mecca to discuss joint action against Denmark because the Danish government has refused to call Jyllands-Posten to account and restrict the freedom of the Danish press. According to Muslims it is blasphemy to depict the prophet and the paper should apologize for having done so. Eleven Muslim ambassadors to Copenhagen had asked the Danish Prime Minister to ensure that such an apology would be forthcoming.
In a message to the OIC, the UN’s High Commissioner for Human Rights states: “I understand your concerns and would like to emphasize that I regret any statement or act that could express a lack of respect for the religion of others.” In a complaint to the High Commissioner, the 56 Islamic governments asked Louise Arbour to raise the matter with the Danish government “to help contain this encroachment on Islam, so the situation will not get out of control.” Muslim radicals have threathened
to murder the Danish cartoonists and take revenge with bloodshed in Denmark.
According to the director of the Danish Center for Human Rights, Morten Kjærum, “the concern of the High Commissioner reflects that the ban on discrimination is one of the most important and general within human rights law, because we know how disastrous it is when different groups are pitted against one another.”
Over the past three months this case has become a major international incident. Curiously enough, to our knowledge it has hardly been reported in the non-Danish mainstream media
. (…)
3.- When the Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten published a series of twelve Muhammad cartoons [see them here] on September 30 the editors probably never imagined that ten weeks later Kashmir would come to a standstill because of them. Yet that is what happened yesterday. On Thursday Kashmir, a Muslim province of India, went on strike to protest the Danish newspaper publishing the cartoons. According to Islam it is blasphemy to depict the prophet.
The strike was called by a separatist group, but was supported by the Kashmir bar association and other organisations. The authorities made elaborate security arrangements to maintain law and order. Shops were closed to express anger over the caricatures of the prophet. In some places there were clashes, and people threw rocks. “Most Muslims feel deeply affronted,”
said Abdur Rasheed, editor-in-chief of the newspaper Kashmir Observer.(…)
4.- Every day the front pages of the European mainstream media (MSM) report ad nauseam about the alleged threat that the CIA poses to Europe. Not a single European, however, – unless they are terrorists, radical Muslims or the extremist Left – is worried about the CIA. The MSM are creating their own hype, endlessly parroting each other, and creating “consensus outrage” about a non-issue.
What really worries Europeans is illustrated in this article with contributions from Paul Belien on the situation in Flanders, Edwin Jacobs on the Netherlands and Hjörtur Gudmundsson on Denmark. It is the explicit refusal of some who have settled in Europe to assimilate into European society.
Yesterday, Gazet van Antwerpen, a local Antwerp newspaper, published the results of a poll among a representative group of 495 Muslim youths between 15 and 25 years of age, who live in the Flemish harbour town. 89% of these youths respond that religion occupies a “very important” place in their lives. 41% attend the mosque at least once a week (while 12% never does). 85% say they will raise their children in the Muslim faith. This in itself would not be a bad thing (on the contrary), except for the fact that 48% of Antwerp’s Muslim youths are convinced that the Quran should be taken literally and 21% readily admit that they have already heard their imam preach a hate sermon.
In addition, 21% of the young Antwerp Muslims say that they find it “problematic” that the majority of Antwerp’s citizens are non-Muslims, while less than half (47%) do not regard this as a problem. 22% of the Muslim girls prefer to marry a man who has lived in a Muslim country all his life.
Many of the young Muslims are unwilling to become Flemish. 40% say that Islamic values are incompatible with Flemish values. A teacher of Antwerp’s Muslim high school explains that children from families that arrived during the past decade integrate less easily because their knowledge of Dutch is worse than that of the children of immigrant families who arrived two or three decades ago. The cause of this, he explains, are the satellite dishes, which allow immigrant families today to watch the television programs of their home countries, “whereas in the 1980s we could only watch Flemish television.”
While there are no young Muslims converting to Christianity, some 400 young Belgians (in both Dutch-speaking Flanders and French-speaking Wallonia) convert to Islam each year. One of the latter was Muriel Degauque, the Walloon woman who last month became the first ever Western suicide bomber. Professor Johan Leman, an anthropologist at Leuven University and the former head of Belgium’s taxpayer-funded pro-immigration Centre for Equal Opportunities and the Fight against Racism, said in a recent (Dutch language) interview that “the most fanatic Muslims are the female converts.”
This is also the opinion of the authorities in the Netherlands. Last week, the bureau of the National Coordinator to Fight Terrorism (NCT) issued a report stating that Muslim converts very often become extremists. Young female converts especially end up in circles of Muslim extremists. This happens mostly through marriage. The marriages never seem to last long and are disbanded once the women have been recruited for the Islamist cause. This has prompted Piet Hein Donner and Johan Remkes, the Dutch ministers of Justice and Home Affairs, to compare these marriages to the recruiting methods of so-called “loverboys” who marry young girls with the sole purpose of tricking them into prostitution.
Last week, the Amsterdam police lost a court case against a female convert of Dutch origin, whom the police suspect of being a contact of the Hofstadgroep, the network surrounding Mohammed Bouyeri, who assassinated Theo van Gogh. Police officers had been shadowing the woman since October 19. They phoned her once a day, her house was under constant police surveillance, and she was followed when she went out.
The woman, a single mother of three, went to court, complaining that the police was violating her privacy because she took her religion very seriously. The court ruled in favour of the woman and ordered the police to stop harassing her. The Amsterdam police is considering whether to appeal against the court decision or not.
In Denmark, meanwhile, young Muslim women are still forced into marriages in spite of the recent actions taken by the country’s Liberal-Conservative government to prevent this. The government decided that Danish residents are no longer allowed to bring foreign spouses into the country unless both partners are at least 24 years old.
Despite the measure, however, a growing number of immigrant parents in Denmark force their daughters to move to their homelands or to Sweden where they are pressed into arranged marriages with people from their countries of origin. “Families are increasingly using physical and psychological violence to force a spouse upon their daughters. We experience more and more that parents threaten to kill their children if they do not agree,” says Leif Randeris, the head of the Immigrants’ Counselling Services in Copenhagen and Århus.
Every week Randeris’s services are called upon to help girls who feel their lives are in danger after rejecting an arranged marriage. The services give them secret hiding places. Randeris says the 24-year age limit has resulted in parents forcing their daughters to move to their countries of origin. Rikke Hvilshøj, the Danish Minister of Refugee, Immigration, and Integration Affairs, says the government has never claimed that the measure would put an end to forced marriages. She adds, however, that there is plenty of evidence that the rule is making it harder to impose forced marriages on girls.
The Danish government also intends to clamp down on another, similar practice. It has ordered local authorities to report the slightest suspicion of immigrant families forcing their children on reconditioning trips to their countries of origin in order to prevent them from becoming too Westernized. The government intends to deport families that engage in such practices. “Obviously, it’s a very drastic measure we are introducing, but it is simply an expression that we will not tolerate reconditioning trips,” says Anders Fogh Rasmussen, the Danish Prime Minister. “When you come to Denmark to live here, you are expected to do everything in your power to be integrated.” According to the Danish Social Appeals Board, an independent administrative authority with judicial powers, at least one thousand children have been forced to undertake such reconditioning trips since 2002.
Amazing how it’s Eurabia.

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