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El uso táctico del genocidio en Sudán

Posted by Spanish Eowyn en 19/febrero/2006

Opinion piece by John Bart Gerald Feb 17, 2006 GlobalResearch, excerpt:

“When food production is disrupted by war there are few defences to natural disaster. Interrelated wars of varying intensity continue in Ethiopia, Eritrea, Sudan, Chad, Uganda, Rwanda, Congo. Much of East Africa is starving.

Amidst the terrible suffering we find the United States and its principle humanitarian organizations insisting that the Government of Sudan is committing genocide. This was officially decided in 2002 with the Sudan Peace Act 1, and the position is dutifully echoed by U.S. officials, many government funded NGO’s, and the US news media.”

Pero el gobierno sudanés lo niega:

“She (Rice) is biased because any authentic parties who are concerned with what’s going on in Darfur have confirmed that this is not genocide,” said Sudanese Foreign Ministry spokesman Jamal Ibrahim.

“This is a systematic policy of the U.S. administration … of pressuring the Khartoum government,” Ibrahim said, saying the US was responding to internal pressures from Congress and the African American lobby. Reuters via Sudan Tribune 18 Feb 2006.

Posts relacionados:

El genocidio de Sudán

Más sobre el genocidio de Sudán

¿Se está preparando un nuevo Janjaweed al este de Sudán?

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Una imagen vale más que …

Posted by Chess en 19/febrero/2006

Paquistán, manifestación, musulmanes cabreados por las caricaturas…y una muestra de su talante vía Hitler. Creo que la imagen vale por sí sola.

Posted in Dinamarca, Paquistán | 6 Comments »

Le Pen ahora quiere aliarse con los musulmanes

Posted by Spanish Eowyn en 19/febrero/2006

Porque no le “gustan” los judíos:

It looks like a political oxymoron, but Jean-Marie Le Pen’s National Front is poised to strike an alliance with France’s large immigrant Muslim community. A generation after France’s rightwing party began its surge with a tough anti-immigration campaign tinged with both racism and anti-Semitism, three factors are coming into play that could spell a strategic realignment.

These factors, which are still little grasped outside political circles in France but will have an enormous impact, include:

The Islamicization of France is largely a fait accompli. It is assumed that 6 to 8 million citizens or residents of France, 10% to 13% out of a global population of 62 million, are Muslim by now. And that the Muslim community, being more prolific, is much younger than the rest of the population: As much as 25% of French citizens or residents under 20 is Muslim, with the number reaching 40% or 50% in the big cities.

The National Front is surprisingly popular among Muslim immigrants or second-generation Muslim citizens. (Pastorius note: Gee, I wonder why that is?) For all its campaigning about immigration, Mr. Le Pen’s party has always extended support to Arab and Islamic causes abroad, from Saddam’s Iraq to Arafat’s or Hamas Palestine, and from Al Qaeda to Iran. And it is as firmly anti-American and anti-Jewish as the Muslim community itself tends to be.

The attraction of the French far left, which accounts for another 20% of the national vote, toward Islam, rabid anti-Americanism, and even anti-Semitism, a phenomenon underscored by the emergence of Dieudonné, a former liberal music-hall humorist who has turned into an enormously popular French equivalent of Louis Farrakhan. Dieudonné, the son of a black Camerounese father and a white French mother, claims that Jews were the main European slave traders in the 17th and 18th centuries. He refers to civic and educational programs about the Holocaust as “memory pornography.” He has welcomed the electoral victory of Hamas in Palestine. According to the philosopher Bernard-Henri Levy, he is in moral terms “Le Pen’s son.”

Este hombre es tan peligroso como los islamistas.

(via CUANAS)

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Calderolli dimite o triunfó la corrección política

Posted by Spanish Eowyn en 19/febrero/2006

Como ya dije esta mañana, Berlusconi había pedido a Calderolli que dimitiera. Pues ya lo ha hecho:

(Bloomberg) — Italian Reforms Minister Roberto Calderoli resigned after a mob attacked an Italian consulate in Libya yesterday over a T-shirt worn by the minister that was printed with a Danish cartoon depicting the prophet Muhammad.

Calderoli, 49, had the T-shirts printed with the cartoons earlier this week and wore one on an Italian television talk show Feb. 14. He said the shirts weren’t meant to provoke Muslims, but instead to invite “real dialogue.”

“Senator Calderoli’s position isn’t that of the government and it’s evidently incompatible with an institutional role,” said Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi in a statement on the government’s Web site today. “I respect all faiths and support dialogue between religions and civilizations,” he said.

[…] `What’s at Stake’

“I don’t intend to allow the shameful manipulation used against me and the Northern League to continue,” said Calderoli in a resignation statement today, confirmed by his spokeswoman.

I may even be sorry for the victims, but what happened in Libya has nothing to do with my T-shirt,” Calderoli was quoted as saying in la Repubblica today. “That’s not what’s at stake. What’s at stake is Western civilization.”

“It’s time to stop making up stories about looking for dialogue with these people,” Calderoli said on Feb. 14, adding it was “hypocritical” to distinguish between “terrorist Islam and pacifist Islam.”

[…] Political Setback

The resignation of a minister and leader of a key ally in the four-way coalition less than two months before Italy’s national election is a setback for Berlusconi. The premier’s coalition trails the opposition bloc led by Romano Prodi by between 4 and 5 percentage points, independent polls show.

(via No Pasarán)

Posted in Italia, Multiculturalismo | 7 Comments »

Más víctimas por las caricaturas

Posted by Spanish Eowyn en 19/febrero/2006

Todavía más víctimas de las caricaturas ahora en Paquistán: ahora 3 ingenieros chinos y un taxista paquistaní.

More than 70,000 people came out today in Pakistan to protest cartoons lampooning the man regarded as a Prophet by Muslims around the world. Meanwhile, the online jihad continues and Michelle Malkin falls victim. And, a new jihadi propaganda film threatens the lives of the cartoonistsforcing them to go into hiding.

A este caricaturista se refería AMDG aquí.

Infidel Chinese kiiled:

Unknown attackers gunned down three Chinese engineers and a Pakistani driver in southwestern Pakistan Wednesday evening, police sources told CNN.

The attack happened in Hub in Balochistan province, a tribal area where recent violence has prompted Pakistan’s army to conduct operations.

The engineers were helping construct the multimillion dollar Gwadar seaport in Balochistan, a joint venture by Pakistan and its key ally, China.

(Los disturbios en Paquistán están tratados aquí)

Posted in Paquistán, Religión y religiones | 2 Comments »

Entrenamiento terrorista en USA

Posted by Spanish Eowyn en 19/febrero/2006

A través de All Things Beautiful me entero de lo siguiente:

The Pakistani terrorist group Jamaat ul Fuqra is using Islamic schools in the United States as training facilities, according to a joint investigative report by an intelligence think tank and an independent reporter.

A covert visit to an encampment in the Catskill Mountains near Hancock, N.Y., called “Islamberg” found neighboring residents deeply concerned about military-style training taking place there but frustrated by the lack of attention from federal authorities, said the report by the Northeast Intelligence Network, which worked with a blogger, “The Politics of CP,” to publish an interim report. He also provides a Virtual Earth Image here.

The neighbors interviewed said they feared retaliation if they were to make a report to law enforcement officials. “These people need to be investigated,” a resident said. “They are training for war, either for war here in this country or against our troops. Who in the h— is allowing this stuff to happen right here in our own backyard, and why?”
[…]
“We don’t even dare to slow down when we drive by,” the resident said. “They own this mountain and they know it, and there is nothing we can do about it but move, and we can’t even do that. Who wants to buy property next to that?”

Jamaat ul-Fuqra, or “community of the impoverished,” was formed by Pakistani cleric Sheikh Mubarak Ali Gilani in New York in 1980. Gilani, who refers to himself as “the sixth Sultan Ul Faqr,” has stated his objective is to “purify” Islam through violence.

Gilani also is the founder of a village in South Carolina called “Holy Islamville.”

The encampment in Hancock, N.Y., is run by a front for Jamaat ul-Fuqra called Muslims of the Americas Inc., which operates a school known as the International Quranic Open University Inc.
[…]
The facility is on 70 acres of remote land on the western edge of the Catskill Mountains, about 40 miles southeast of Binghamton, N.Y. A sign at the entrance identifies the place as “Islamberg.” The other side of the sign says “International Quranic Open University” and “Muslims of the Americas Inc.”

Every one of the neighboring residents interviewed expressed disappointment and additional concern that federal law enforcement is not investigating the activities, the report said.

“These people need to be investigated,” a resident said. “They are training for war, either for war here in this country or against our troops. Who in the h— is allowing this stuff to happen right here in our own backyard, and why?”

Though primarily based in Lahore, Pakistan, Jamaat ul-Fuqra has operational headquarters in the U.S.

The group seeks to counter “excessive Western influence on Islam” through any means necessary, publicly embracing the ideology that violence is a significant part of its quest to purify Islam. The enemies of Islam, the group says, are all non-Muslims and any Muslim who does not follow the tenets of fundamentalist Islam as detailed in the Quran.

Jamaat ul-Fuqra openly recruits through various social service organizations in the U.S., including the prison system. Members live in compounds where they agree to abide by the laws of Jamaat ul-Fuqra, which are considered to be above local, state and federal authority. That will surely come as a big surprise to my liberal readers, who seem to be under the impression that the U.S law is paramount to the Muslims in the U.S.

According to the report, there appear to be more than two dozen “Jamaats,” or private communities, loosely connected and scattered throughout the U.S. with an estimated 5,000 members.

[…] Don’t miss reading The Politics of CP’s comprehensive Digest of Terrorism in Rural America. and Baron Bodissey’ s Dhimmocracy in America:

They will wait. Wait until America is vulnerable, after another terrorist attack, after a major natural disaster, after the avian flu strikes… The Great Islamic Jihad will be happy to piggyback in on a race war in America. They will also be happy to piggyback in on the craven American PC fear of being termed “racists.” They don’t care. Either way they get the Caliphate, and Dhimmocracy in America.

[…] The MSM have of course utterly ignored the story, again I presume for fear of …..well perhaps simply fear, period. Just like they have ignored this one:

Hossam Armanious, his wife, and their two children were ritually slaughtered in their home and the national media, with a few brave exceptions, has been virtually silent. We all know the reason. If Hossam Armanious had been a Moslem who was killed by Christian fanatics, or a homosexual killed by homophobes, his name would have led every national newscast for weeks. Instead, unless we work to honor the memory of these American martyrs, his name will be forgotten and his courage unhonoured.

(Podeis leer el resto aquí).

Ya no es que salgan de manifestación amenazando con matarnos al resto de la humanidad, es que forman en USA (ese Gran Satán) una organización que ve como enemigos del Islam a todos los que no son musulmanes, que abraza públicamente la ideología de que la violencia es una significativa parte de la religión musulmana y que abiertamente recluta personas para estos cometidos. Pero lo mejor es que NO ha sido investigado por las autoridades y los vecinos tienen miedo de sufrir represalias.

¿Tendrá algo que ver esto?

¿Nos damos cuenta de la palabra que siempre sale? Exacto: MIEDO.

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Un diputado en la Knesset judía es partidario de que se imponga la sharia en Israel

Posted by Spanish Eowyn en 19/febrero/2006

Nos puede parecer una burrada pero la realidad siempre supera la ficción:

IsraelNN.com – Ibrahim Sarsur, head of the United Arab List, which is running for Knesset jointly with Ahmed Tibi’s Ta’al party, said today in a press conference that his party believes in Islamic rule over Israel, in the form of a renewed Caliphate.

“We believe in Islam, we believe in the rule of the Caliphate and we do not support a separation between state and religion,” Sarsur said. As such, he stated, the UAL-Ta’al list will fight what he called “Israelization and Zionization” through the Israeli Knesset. Sarsur is also a religious leader and a head of the Islamic Association of Israel.

Hmm, estos judíos que esclavizan a los musulmanes de forma que incluso dejan que estos manifiesten incluso estas alianzadoras ideas….

(via Cuanas)

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Berlusoni pide la renuncia al Ministro Calderolli

Posted by Spanish Eowyn en 19/febrero/2006

De Bloomberg, via Jihad Watch:

Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi asked Reforms Minister Roberto Calderoli to resign late yesterday after a mob attacked an Italian consulate in Libya angered about the T-shirt worn by the minister on Feb. 14 depicting a Danish cartoon of the prophet Muhammad.

I respect all faiths and support dialogue between religions and civilizations,” Berlusconi said in a statement published on the government’s Web site early today. “Senator Calderoli’s position isn’t that of the government and it’s evidently incompatible with an institutional role, so he’s invited to resign.”…

Calderoli, a member of the anti-immigration Northern League party, earlier this week had T-shirts made with the Danish cartoons stamped on them. Calderoli said the shirts weren’t meant to provoke Muslims, but instead to invite “real dialogue.”

It’s time to stop making up stories about looking for dialogue with these people,” Calderoli said on Feb. 14. “They only want to humiliate people, full stop.” Calderoli said it was “hypocritical” to distinguish between “terrorist Islam and pacifist Islam.”

Mmm, lo que no me extraña teniendo en cuenta este post que encontré en Buzzurro hace unos días:

When I lived in Italy I didn’t use to watch TV. That’s what was on TV on January 28th: during an interview, Italy’s premier Silvio Berlusconi said, according to Aldo Torchiaro:

I financed Arafat with my personal money because Israel uses tanks and poor Palestinians have only stones to defend themselves.

¿sólo tienen piedras?

Además, que no se preocupe Berlusconi, que Rusia ya se va a preocupar de armarles aún más

Ahora comprendo por qué los medios de comunicación son tan inútiles agudos: con estos dirigentes, no se puede esperar mucho más…

Posted in Italia, Multiculturalismo, Noticias sorprendentes, Violencia religiosa | 3 Comments »

Rusia también va a vender armas a Hamas

Posted by Spanish Eowyn en 19/febrero/2006

No contenta con vender armas a Irán y a Siria y con decir que negociará con Hamas (con la ayuda de Francia), ahora Rusia TAMBIÉN va a vender armas a Hamas:

RUSSIA plunged deeper into the maelstrom of Middle Eastern politics yesterday, saying it might sell arms to the Palestinians after talks with Hamas in Moscow early next month.

The announcement by Russia’s Chief of General Staff, Yuri Baluyevsky, will outrage Israel.

The move came as Israel prepared to impose sanctions on the Palestinians when Hamas forms a government today. Sources predicted Hamas leader Ismail Haniya, 43, would be appointed Palestinian prime minister at the inaugural session of parliament…

Pero sin duda lo mejor es esta opinión dada por un experto ruso:

“I’m sure the West and the Israelis are happy with what Russia is doing.”…

Occidente no sé, pero los israelíes me da que no están muy contentos…

Posted in Israel-Palestina, Rusia | 2 Comments »

El último refugio de la dignidad, por Horacio Vázquez del Rial

Posted by Spanish Eowyn en 19/febrero/2006

Tal vez alguien se asombre al encontrar un link en la apertura de un artículo. Pero es que no se trata de un link cualquiera, sino de una línea directa con la dignidad. En 1940, el rey Christian X de Dinamarca se negó a firmar la capitulación ante los nazis y decidió, con toda su familia, usar la estrella amarilla que la soldadesca alemana imponía a los judíos.

Ahora, con la misma entereza, el primer ministro danés, Anders Fogh Rasmussen, con entereza idéntica a la del monarca de entonces, ha decidido no pedir disculpas al enloquecido agresor islámico por unas caricaturas que, además de ser esencialmente ingenuas, plantean una realidad innegable, que los grupos de pirómanos enviados a quemar embajadas en países en los que nada se mueve si no es por orden o con el permiso gubernamental no hacen más que ratificar.

[…] Esto es la guerra, y es una guerra de religión, de ideas, de culturas; aunque hasta el momento sólo lo haya asumido así el agresor y nuestros próceres estén dormidos o colaborando con él. Salvo algunos señores con los que todos nosotros, los que en conciencia sabemos que el desastre está a la vuelta de la esquina, tenemos una deuda: Rasmussen, Espersen y otros a los que jamás hemos oído nombrar. Y que se juegan lo mismo que Van Gogh, que Fortuyn, que los editores y traductores de Salman Rushdie, enterrados hace tiempo mientras él, el supuesto condenado, pedía perdón por su frívolo tratamiento del Corán.

Puedes leerlo entero aquí.

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La Unión Europea sobre las caricaturas

Posted by Spanish Eowyn en 19/febrero/2006

Encuentro en el blog Yo no voté a ZP la siguiente noticia:

El Parlamento Europeo (PE) aprobó este jueves por amplia mayoría una contundente resolución sobre la polémica de las caricaturas de Mahoma. Los eurodiputados condenaron “con la máxima energía”, la quema de embajadas y las amenazas a ciudadanos UE en diversos países islámicos, y, sin citar a ninguno, deploraron que algunos de sus gobiernos “no hayan tomado medidas” o hayan “tolerado” estos actos.

Hasta aquí maravilloso, ¿no? Pero la noticia sigue:

En el texto, el PE “defiende la libertad de expresión como valor fundamental de la Unión Europea”, si bien considera “que la libertad de expresión se ha de ejercer dentro de los límites que marca la ley y debería coexistir con la responsabilidad personal y basarse en el respeto de los derechos y sensibilidades de los demás“.

En particular, solicita a quienes ejercen esta libertad que “no abusen” de la misma “incitando al odio por motivos de religión o divulgando actitudes xenófobas y racistas“. La Eurocámara puntualizó que “la libertad de expresión y la independencia de la prensa, como derechos universales, no pueden ser socavadas por ningún individuo ni grupo que se considere ofendido por lo que se afirme o se escriba”. Expresó su “solidaridad con quienes se hayan sentido ofendido por las caricaturas del profeta Mahoma”, pero señaló que “los posibles delitos pueden ser recurridos ante la justicia”

Como vía para superar la crisis, abogó porque se restablezca un “clima de diálogo intercultural e interreligioso” y por emplear como foro para este diálogo la Asamblea Parlamentaria Euromediterránea (APEM).

O sea, ni sí ni no, si no todo lo contrario. Además, ¿cómo van a dialogar con los que han puesto precio a la cabeza de los caricaturistas o que los que asesinaron al Padre Santoro o al hindú en un barco o amenazaron al otro cura franciscano? Ejem…

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La talibanización de la cultura

Posted by Spanish Eowyn en 19/febrero/2006

Encuentro en el blog Balaji’s Articles la siguiente noticia:

In the southern states of India, colleges have started to follow the Talibanized way of education: If something is found irritable, crush it with the fullest power. Cellphones are now banned and this is in a country, where any disaster can happen anytime, and communication is a very precious thing. Boy-Girl interaction (even a casual talk) is being frowned upon as though Humans are (the) only beasts thinking about sex. Jeans and T-Shirts are cursed objects of clothing and there are insane souls in the college who would closely watch whether you sport a beard, shape up the moustache, wear formal shoes… Though such practices are not the rule, it is starting to get adopted by more private engineering colleges (which exist for the sole sake of making money from its students) and this is pretty disturbing. A funny blog about a famous engineering college and its stupid practices can be found here.

(El chiste dice: “A los talibanes: o nos dais a Osama bin Laden o mandaremos al colegio/universidad a vuestras mujeres”)

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La defensa de los derechos humanos

Posted by Spanish Eowyn en 19/febrero/2006

Este es uno de los detenidos en Guantánamo por conspirar para cometer asesinatos múltiples.

Este es un defensor de la democracia en un país, Zimababue que se sienta en la la Comisión de Derechos Humanos de la ONU.

¿Por cuál de ellos se ha preocupado más la prensa internacional?

Así mismo nos llega otra noticia desde Irán:

TEHRAN (Reuters) – Two Iranian journalists are in jail awaiting trial, the judiciary said on Saturday, after local media reported their newspaper criticised Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, father of the 1979 Islamic revolution.

The reporters, who wrote for a newspaper based in the Gulf province of Hormuzgan, are being held in Tehran’s notorious Evin prison, where several prominent dissidents are jailed.

“Both of the suspects are safe and well and are awaiting trial in the Tehran prison,” Mohsen Yektan-Khodaee, head of the judiciary in Hormuzgan, told Reuters.

The judiciary was unable to say when the two would go on trial for “insulting Islamic values”. Criticism of Iran’s system of clerical rule is equated with criticism of Islam itself.

Rights group Amnesty International said it had demanded information on the welfare of one of the journalists, Elham Afroutan. It feared she may have slipped into a coma after attempting suicide or could have died in detention.

Ambas noticias tomadas de NoisyRoom.net (1 y 2)

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Rusia, Irán, Venezuela

Posted by Spanish Eowyn en 19/febrero/2006

Le Monde: Russia has been delivering anti-air missiles to Tehran:

The French newspaper Le Monde wrote: “While Moscow says it is making an Anti_air_missiles attempt to get the regime in Tehran to accept Russia’s proposal for the enrichment of Uranium on Russian soil, Russian arms companies are involved in transaction and sales of arms to the Islamic regime. On February 9th, the Director of the governmental agency for military and technical cooperation, Mikhail Dmitriev, confirmed that Russia had in fact delivered an anti-air defense defense system to the regime in Tehran. Dmitriev specified that there is no other contract however Russia is bound by its own guarantees and must satisfy its commitments. Last December Russian media reported that Russia intends to deliver 49 Tor-M1 missiles priced at $700 million to the Islamic regime. Based on reports in Russian newspapers these missiles are slated to be delivered by Fall 2006.

Como vemos, Rusia continúa vendiendo armas a Irán: ahora le va a vender 49 misiles Tor M1 por un valor de 700 millones de dólares, que serán entregados, según la prensa rusa en el otoño de 2006.

I have written off the United Nations Security Council as any real form of action. They are a joke. Iran thinks they are a joke “”They (the West) are trying to terrify us with a scarecrow called the Security Council. We are not scared … They will be harmed more than Iran if they act unwisely,” he said.

Y lo que nunca puede faltar: un poco de amenazas y una fatwa:

A new fatwa from Islamic clerics in the city of Qom, Iran, says that Allah would have no problem if Iran decided to nuke someone-as long as it’s for a good reason.
hat tip:
LGF

the IraNews news agency published recent remarks by Mohsen Gharavian regarding the nuclear issue. Gharavian is a lecturer at the religious schools of Qom, and is a disciple of [Ayatollah] Mesbah Yazdi. In his recent remarks, he said for the first time that the use of nuclear weapons may not constitute a problem according to shari’a. He further said that ‘when the entire world is armed with nuclear weapons, it is permissible to use these weapons as a counter-[measure]. According to the shari’a, too, only the goal is important…'”

Así que según esta nueva fatwa, la sharia no es contraria a usar armas nucleares como una contra-medida.

Y Annan como siempre a lo suyo, sin querer enterarse del comercio con Rusia.

Annan encourages Iran to take good use of talks with Russia

“As a permanent member of the UN Security Council, Russia’s contribution to bringing all sides back to the negotiating table is vital,” he observed.

Annan trusted that Iran will use the talks in Moscow and the period between now and early March to take the necessary steps to re-build confidence that Iran’s nuclear program is exclusively for peaceful purposes.

He hoped that Iran will respond positively to the resolutions adopted by the IAEA Board of Governors on the implementation of the NPT Safeguards Agreement in the Islamic Republic of Iran.

Meanwhile, the secretary-general stressed that “such steps would be welcomed by the international community, not least as the present situation has implications beyond Iran.”

“If not resolved in a timely manner, it will have negative consequences for regional and international security and for the future of the nuclear nonproliferation regime itself,” he added.

Por último, aquí tenemos a Venezuela: El régimen iraní asiste a Venezuela con su programa nuclear.

ISKANEWS, another of the regime-run news agencies reported that the director of the Islamic Parliaments Assembly has announced that the Islamic regime is assisting Venezuela with its allegedly peaceful nuclear technology. On his recent trip to Venezuela, Gholam-Ali Haddad-Adel announced this news and added that neither country has had the opportunity to discuss the extent and form the cooperation will take.

Hugo Chavez, the anti-American president of Venezuela, in the most recent session of the Board of Governors of the IAEA, vehemently defended the terrorist regime of the Mullahs and their right to acquire the nuclear centrifuges; Chavez also voted against the referral of the Islamic regimes nuclear dossier to the U.N. Security Council which was proposed by the Britain, France and Germany.

Post relacionados:

Las soluciones a la crisis nuclear iraní y su posible desarrollo (I)

Las soluciones a la crisis nuclear iraní y su posible desarrollo (II): Rusia y China

Irán ¿estamos a las puertas de una guerra mundial? (I)

Irán ¿estamos a las puertas de una guerra mundial? (II)

Irán ¿estamos a las puertas de una guerra mundial? (III)

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Por lo que somos, no por lo que hacemos

Posted by Spanish Eowyn en 19/febrero/2006

De Relapsed Catholic:

Bisexual Marxist Julie Burchill writes:

“For the past five years I have wished not to be vilified as a racist, a bigot and an Islamophobe every time I had the nerve to say that certain Muslims living in Britain hate Westerners, not because of what we do – the war in Iraq, support for Israel – but because of what we are: free…”

For fear of appearing racist, many Britons suspend their normal judgments when dealing with the behavior of ethnic minorities. Not only is this totally racist in itself — pre-supposing as it does that ethnics are like children, who know not what they do and must have special dispensation to behave badly — but it also ignores the fact that the other ethnic minorities, be they Jews, Chinese or Hindus, have somehow managed to both keep their culture and fit into their chosen adopted country, without feeling the need to parade around the streets like big overgrown babies, stamping their feet and ordering fatwas when things displease them.”

(…)

“Anyway, from now on I think I’ll get just a few less accusations of racism when I point out that Muslims can be a bit, well, narrow-minded. Mind you, it’s a long hard struggle trying to make bleeding-heart liberals see sense. Especially when you live in a country where a sizable part of the print and broadcasting media are such guilt-ridden cretins when it comes to Islam that if they saw Osama bin Laden and Saddam Hussein sexually sharing their own grandmother, they’d swear the poor old lady asked for it.”

“Algunos musulmanes nos odian, no por lo que hacemos -la guerra de Irak, el apoyo a Israel- si no por lo que somos: libres…” “Por miedo a ser llamados racistas, muchos británicos han suspendido sus juicios normales al tratar el comprotamiento de minorías étnicas. No sólo esto es totalmente racista en sí mismo […], si no que ignora el hecho de que las demás minorías étnicas, ya sean judíos, chinos o hindúes, se las han arreglado para mantener su cultura en su país de adopción, sin sentir la necesidad de manifestarse en las calles como bebés creciditos, ordenando “fatwas” cuando las cosas no eran de su agrado”.

MIEDO: he ahí el problema…

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Algunos chistes

Posted by Spanish Eowyn en 19/febrero/2006

Modelo de camiseta “alianzador”:

Hay una pintura del Profeta Mahoma en la parte de atrás de mi camiseta.

Sólo estaba bromeando. ¡Alabad a Alá! (Por favor, no me mateis)

Diagrama del choque de civilizaciones:

rascacielos: los cristianos los construyen, los musulmanes los destruyen.

caricaturas: los cristianos las pintan, los musulmanes provocan disturbios por ellas.

El musulmán que dibuja un judío ávido de sangre, le dice al danés que ha pintado a Mahoma sonriente: ¿Te puedes hacer una idea de lo ofensivo que es?

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Terroristas iraníes amenazan a los americanos y británicos en Irak

Posted by Spanish Eowyn en 19/febrero/2006

Como ya señalé en este post, Irán amenaza con los terroristas suicidas, en caso de que alguien (USA, Israel o quien sea) se atreva a bombardear sus centrales nucleares (lo que ya habían hecho al negar el Holocausto…)

Courtesy of Ireland On-Line:

A gathering of Iranians who claim the are dedicated to becoming suicide bombers warned the United States and Britain today of attacks on coalition military bases in Iraq if there were a strike against Tehran’s nuclear facilities.

“With more than 1,000 trained martyrdom-seekers, we are ready to attack the American and British sensitive points if they attack Iran’s nuclear facilities,” said Mohammad Ali Samadi, spokesman of Esteshadion (Martyrdom Seekers).

“We have registered more than 52,000 people who willingly are ready to defend their country.”

“If they strike, we have a lot of volunteers. Their (US and British) sensitive places are quiet close to Iranian borders,” Samadi said after a gathering of about 200 students for a seminar on the suicide-bombing tactics at Tehran’s Khajeh Nasir University. (READ MORE).

(via Noisy Room.net)

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Las caricaturas de Mahoma como arma política

Posted by Spanish Eowyn en 19/febrero/2006

Leo en The Counterterrorism Blog en relación a los disurbios de Libia que Gadaffi había hecho sus primeros comentarios al empezar la saga de las caricaturas. Al respecto, atacó sin especificar a colegios europeos en los que se decía que el Profeta musulmán no era un mensajero de Alá si no un mentiroso, dijo que los disturbios de París fueron sólo el principio de la lucha armada de los musulmanes contra la discriminación en Europa y que un día Europa se subordinará al Islam.

Allí, sin embargo, las protestas no se dirigieron a Dinamarca o a USA, si no a Italia. Libia fue una colonia italiana y hay una cierta animosidad contra los italianos en Libia. Así que la aparición del Misnitro italiano para las Reformas, Roberto Calderolli, en televisión con una camiseta con las caricaturas de Mahoma fue el pretexto perfecto para calificar a Italia de “país infiel” que no respeta el Islam.

Lo bueno es que dice que el Ministro ha iniciado una Cruzada contra el Islam (cuando lo que ha hecho ha sido pedir al Papa que la convoque) y que las manifestaciones en Libia están estrictamente prohibidas…

Over the last few days the CT Blog revealed how the whole cartoon controversy has been manipulated (by using fabricated cartoons) and used by various forces in the Muslim world for their political interests. The most recent wave of cartoon-related violence comes from Libya, as 11 protestors were killed while attacking the Italian consulate in the city of Benghazi. And once again, the protests seem to be far from spontaneous.

Last week Libyan Leader Col. Muhammar Ghaddafi made his first comments after the beginning of the whole cartoon saga. After an attack against unspecified “European schools that teach the children that the Muslim Prophet was not a messenger of Allah but a liar,” he went on to say that the riots that took place in Paris last fall were “only the beginning of the armed struggle of the Muslims against discrimination in Europe”. He also added that “probably one day Europe will be subordinated to the Islam.” Not exactly a tension-diluting statement.

But parts of the Libyan establishment hold a particular grudge against one European country: Italy. The North African country was, in fact, an Italian colony, and a certain animosity towards Italy has always been widespread in Libya since its independence. All that Libya was waiting for was a good opportunity to create problems for Italy and the pretext was given by the Italian Minister for Reforms, Roberto Calderoli, who decided to sport a t-shirt with the Danish cartoons during an appearance on Italian TV. The perfect casus belli. As the Egyptian columnist Magdi Allam noted on today’s Corriere della Sera, Libyan authorities immediately understood they had a great opportunity and masterfully orchestrated the backlash. The President of Libya’s Parliament, in fact, gave a fiery speech on national television, strongly attacking Italy. “We have to reopen the dossier with Italy. The Congress asks the end of relations with Italy,” said the President. “The time has come for the people to act against the cartoons that mock our Prophet and against the Italian Minister for Reforms who has launched a crusade against Islam.” The invective bordered the ridicule when the President said: “The Italian Minister asked the Pope to start a new Crusade against Islam, he wants to use force against Islam. They want to raise the Cross in the land of Islam. We say no.”

Few days later, what a surprise, came the mass demonstrations (in a country where normally all assemblies are strictly prohibited by the security forces) and the attack against the Italian consulate in Benghazi. The whole Muslim world took notice that Italy too was an “infidel country” that “disrespects Islam” and the picture of the Italian Minister has even appeared on a pro-al Qaeda website. Libya just added its name to the long list of states, political forces, and individuals in the Muslim world who have taken advantage of the cartoon controversy for their political gains.

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