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Busca las diferencias

Posted by Chess en 11/febrero/2006

¿Qué diferencia existe entre estas imágenes?

Según Merkel ninguna, y para mí sólo los años que las separan. Qué bien hacen algunos régimenes esos actos multitudinarios.

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El Presidente holandés entiende que Hirsi Ali aporta poco al debate sobre el Islam

Posted by Spanish Eowyn en 11/febrero/2006

Otro Dhimmi: el Presidente holandés Balkenende (via LGF):

The Prime Minister of the Netherlands made it very clear today that he wishes Islam critic Ayaan Hirsi Ali would just go away.

AMSTERDAM — Dutch Prime Minister Jan Peter Balkenende said on Friday he did not think much of the contribution of outspoken MP Ayaan Hirsi Ali to the debate about the Danish cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed.

Speaking in Berlin on Thursday, Hirsi Ali said she wished Balkenende had as much courage as Danish Prime Minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen. Hirsi Ali said publishing the cartoons is a matter of freedom of expression.

Rasmussen has consistently refused to apologise to Muslims on behalf of the Danish newspaper that first printed the 12 caricatures of the Prophet Mohammed. He contends his government has no control over the free press.

The Dutch media asked Balkenende during his weekly press conference on Friday about Hirsi Ali’s comments. He was initially reluctant to talk about the issue. When pressed, he said “I wonder whether this will help the debate in the Netherlands.

The Prime Minister also said “we don’t have much use” for Hirsi Ali’s contribution.

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Algunas tiras cómicas

Posted by Spanish Eowyn en 11/febrero/2006


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First, they came for

Posted by Spanish Eowyn en 11/febrero/2006

Un vídeo de Michelle Malkin via Elmer`s Brother .
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Escultura prohibida en la Bienal de Venecia

Posted by Spanish Eowyn en 11/febrero/2006

Y todavía más consecuencias: prohíben una escultura en la Bienal de Venecia, ante el peligro de que los musulmanes se sintieran provocados y se incrementara el riesgo de que la ciudad fuera objetivo [vulnerable] a ataques terroristas. Pero NO por respeto, SI NO por PELIGRO. O sea, por MIEDO. (via Always on Watch)
«Sculpture banned from the Venice Biennale

«A sculpture by German artist Gregor Schneider was banned from the 51st Venice Biennale because the event’s organisers said it might be offensive to Muslims. The sculpture was a 15-metre-high cube covered in black fabric modelled after the Ka’ba in Mecca and was set to be displayed in St. Mark’s Square. A spokesman for the Venetian arts authority said there was a danger that Muslims would feel provoked by the work, heightening the risk of the city being vulnerable to terrorist attacks. Schneider insisted that the artwork was not meant as a provocation. He said he wanted to symbolise a connection between European and Arab cultures. The organisers tried to place the sculpture at another site, but finally decided not to display it at all. Instead, Schneider showed a video explaining his failed attempt.»

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Más consecuencias de las caricaturas

Posted by Spanish Eowyn en 11/febrero/2006

En Dubai, una profesora americana fue despedida por mostrar las caricaturas del Profeta e intentar que se iniciase una discusión sobre el tema (via Atlas Shrugs):

From the Danish daily newspaper Ekstra-Bladet here :

«The American professor Claudia Kiburz has been fired from her teaching position at Sheikj Zayed University in Dubai for having distributed copies to her students of the Mohammad cartoons published by Jyllands-Posten, so that they could discuss the issue. That provoked complaints, however, whereupon she was fired, according to her colleagues who do not want to reveal their names. Kiburz taught English at the university which is exclusively for women. Local newspapers report that it was sheikh Nahayan bin Mubarak, minister of education in the United Arab Emirates and president of the university, who fired Kiburz.» hat tip expat Swede.

A las protestas que recogía ayer, se añaden hoy las de:

Our slogan will be ‘no violence’ and we appeal for calm and peace,» Zoubouer Hachani, a spokesman for the Al Qods mosque, told reporters Friday. The event is to take place in front of McGill University’s downtown campus on Saturday afternoon. Protesters will not march by the Danish consulate as originally planned.

A Montreal police spokesman said Friday they will have extra officers on duty, as per usual with protests, and will block streets in the area to control traffic and the crowd. A coalition of 50 other Muslim groups had appealed to organizers to cancel the demonstration out of fear tensions could spill over as they have elsewhere.

AROUND 200 mainly Muslim protesters marched to the Danish Embassy in Venezuela’s capital Caracas today and burnt a Danish and an American flag, as protests over cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed spread to Latin America.

The demonstrators left a prayer session at a Caracas mosque and marched together, chanting in Arabic, to the embassy where they doused a Danish and an American flag with petrol and set them alight on the building’s steps.

It was the first such demonstration in Latin America in a sweeping global protest over the cartoons that has brought tens of thousands of Muslims to the streets from Jakarta to Nairobi, killing at least 11 people so far.

The drawings, considered blasphemous by many Muslims, were first published in a Danish newspaper, but have since appeared in a number of other publications around the world.

«This is a peaceful march so that people don’t keep picking on Muslim people,» said Elias Antonio, a young Venezuelan protester sporting a red baseball cap.

That was easy to forecast: German novelist and Nobel laureate Guenter Grass, a prominent left-wing critic of the USA ever since the Vietnam war, blasts the Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten for the publication of the Mohammad cartoons:

«This was a conscious and planned provocation by a right-wing Danish newspaper,» said German Guenter Grass, who took the Nobel Prize in 1999.

Grass described the Danish publishers of the caricatures as «xenophobic right-wing radicals» and the subsequent violent Muslim protests as «a fundamentalist response to a fundamentalist act.»

«Where does the West take that arrogance to impose what must and must not be done?» Grass asked, stressing the relativity of the freedom of opinion in the West where the media are controlled by conglomerates «monopolizing the public opinion.»

Poor Muslim extremists … they had to respond (burning houses, issuing death threats, etc., etc.) to a fundamentalistic act (publishing cartoons).

I never looked at it this way, but 9/11 probably was just a fundamentalist response – a bit rough, maybe – to a fundamentalistic act of «the West». For the moment I can’t come up with one, but I’m sure Guenter Grass can help us out…

Publicar unas caricaturas: fundamentalista. Matar un sacerdote y a otras 11 personas, quemar embajadas y banderas, amenazar con el exterminio de los que se burlen, critiquen, calumnien etc, el Islam: igual de fundamentalista y mucho menos pacífico. Cada vez entiendo menos esta lógica…

Del blog de Andrew Sullivan, tomo dos entradas: la llamada «los peligros de la moderación«:

I was going to respond to the email I posted in the wee hours, but decided to wait till the morning. Now I don’t have to. Charles Krauthammer has. Money quote:

«A true Muslim moderate is one who protests desecrations of all faiths. Those who don’t are not moderates but hypocrites, opportunists and agents for the rioters, merely using different means to advance the same goal: to impose upon the West, with its traditions of freedom of speech, a set of taboos that is exclusive to the Islamic faith. These are not defenders of religion but Muslim supremacists trying to force their dictates upon the liberal West.

And these «moderates» are aided and abetted by Western «moderates» who publish pictures of the Virgin Mary covered with elephant dung and celebrate the «Piss Christ» (a crucifix sitting in a jar of urine) as art deserving public subsidy, but who are seized with a sudden religious sensitivity when the subject is Muhammad. »

I have to say that the performance of the British and American media this past week has made me sad to be a journalist. The main objective of those editors has been sensitivity; the last imperative has been giving readers the information we need to understand the world around us. If you want to know why newspapers are struggling, you just found out.

y la llamada «la sumisión se extiende«:

Michelle Malkin has a round-up of various governments now censoring portrayal of Muhammad. Canada, Ukraine, Malaysia, Yemen, Sweden, and South Africa are among the beacons of appeasement. The EU is mulling a new media guideline to conform with the demands of Hezbollah. The editor who commissioned the cartoons has been sent on an indefinite leave. In America and Britain, the government does not need to censor the press. The press is only too willing to do what the Islamists want, without any prodding from the government. It’s amazing how quickly the Jihadists have succeeded in intimidating the West into giving up critical freedoms in a matter of days. Now, wait till they have a nuke.

Se censura la imagen de Mahoma en Canadá, Ucrania, Malasia, Yemen, Suecia y Sudáfrica. Se ha suspendido indefinidamente a Fleming Rose, el editor que dio el permiso para la publicación de las caricaturas, porque dijo que quería publicar las viñetas que va a publicar Irán sobre el Holocausto. Y termina: es sorprendente lo rápido que los jihadistas han conseguido intimidar a Occidente para que renuncie a libertades críticas en cuestión de días. Ahora esperen a que tengan una bomba nuclear«.

También cita Omar de Iraq The Model opina sobre el tema:

«You know that those cartoons were published for the 1st time months ago and we here in the Middle East have tonnes of jokes about Allah, the prophets and the angels that are way more offensive, funny and obscene than those poorly-made cartoons, yet no one ever got shot for telling one of those jokes or at least we had never seen rallies and protests against those infidel joke-tellers.

What I want to say is that I think the reactions were planned to be exaggerated this time by some Middle Eastern regimes and are not mere public reaction. And I think Syria and Iran have the motives to trigger such reactions in order to get away from the pressures applied by the international community on those regimes.» – the indispensable Omar, at Iraq the Model.

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El binomio izquierda-islamismo

Posted by Spanish Eowyn en 11/febrero/2006

Esta viñeta para ilustrar un post de Martinito: «la izquierda europea en manos del islamismo: el caso alemán«.
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Cierran la web de un partido de extrema derecha en Suecia por publicar las caricaturas

Posted by Spanish Eowyn en 11/febrero/2006

…y no es lo único:
According to Dagens Nyheter, the Swedish security services (Säpo),
Which translates directly to “The Security Police” or, in Romanian “Securitate”, German “STASI”, Russian “KGB” or even older German “Gestapo”…
in collusion with Foreign Minister Leila Freivalds, have forced the website SD-Kuriren offline for publishing the Jyllands-Posten cartoons (SD-Kuriren is the house organ of the hard-right Swedish Democrats).
“We think that this was the best decision after we were contacted by the Foreign Ministry and Säpo,” Anna Larsson, vice president of hosting compant Levonline, told DN. Freivalds told DN that “it is terrible that a small group of extremists are exposing Swedes to danger [by reprinting the cartoons].”
Suecia gana puntos por esto para la porra de Fuckfrance , que posteó AMDG.

Noticia encontrada en The Anti-Idiotarian Rottweiler.
NOTA: Lo importante es que NO lo cerraron porque fuera de extrema derecha y seguramente incitara a cosas indeseables incluso a la violencia. NO: lo cerraron únicamente porque publicaron LAS caricaturas. Pero qué coherencia tienen estos políticos.
Además, deberíamos saber cuántas webs musulmanas incitando a la jihad son oficialmente cerradas y qué amenazas contienen para ver si la sanción es equitativa. Pero en principio, supone una muestra más de que la proporcionalidad que no caracteriza las actividades delictivas (¿cómo se puede llamar a quemar banderas, asaltar y quemar emabajadas, proferir amenazas, etc?) que están llevando a cabo los musulmanes que «protestan» estos días, se ha extendido ahora a los gobiernos dhimmies europeos.
UPDATE/ACTUALIZACIÓN: Encuentro un post en Atlas Shrugs relativo al cierre de esta web y dice lo que  yo quería decir pero bien dicho:
The website belongs to a small, nationalist party, the Swedish Democrats, with  deep roots in Sweden’s violent 1980s neo-Nazi movemement. Their very existence – and the fact that they have seats in more than 20 local legislatures – is bad enough. Now they will become martyrs of freedom of speech and possibly catapult into the national parliament in the elections in September.

The big daily morning newspaper Dagens Nyheter reports that the government ordered the website shut down because they want to prevent violence against Swedes in the Middle East, as well as islamist terror attacks on Swedish soil. (One such attack was narrowly averted in December.)

«‘It is terrible that a small group of Swedish extremists are exposing Swedes to clear and present danger’ says foreign minister Mrs. Laila Freivalds. The closing of the websites of the Swedish Democrats and their news magazine followed the news magazine’s publication of one Muhammad cartoon. ‘We thought it was the best thing to do after the security police and foreign ministry had contacted us’ said Anna Larsson, vice president of the website host Levonline. /…/

‘We have been in contact with the internet provider and presented our threat assessment to them. What that assessment looks like is secret’ says Mr. Klas Bergenstrand, chief of the security police. /…/

Mr. Peter Danowsky, attorney and expert on freedom of speech and theb press, does not consider the actions of the security police and the foreign ministry to be of any concern. ‘If the security police and the foreign ministry think that there is a threat and then relays that to the website host, then they are doing them a favor’ he says. /…/

Several media in the Middle East have, according to Mrs. Freivalds, reported that ‘a major Swedish newspaper’ has published a Muhammad caricature cartoon. ‘We know that there are extremists among muslims who will not be satisfied with staging demonstrations, but who take to violence – and it is from that perspective that we assess that there is a threat’ says Mrs. Freivalds.»

El primer párrafo es fundamental: con su propia existencia ya tenemos suficiente. Pero ahora pueden convertirse en mártires de la libertad de expresión y posiblemente catapultarles al parlamento nacional en las elecciones de Septiembre. He ahí el problema al que nos enfrentamos y que ya se pudo comprobar en Francia con Le Pen. Si no se controla a los extremistas de un lado, no tardarán en aparecer los contrarios.
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