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El Parlamento iraní ha aprobado la pena de muerte para los apóstatas del Islam. En la ONU, Ahmadineya recibe aplausos y un abrazo del presidente. ACTUALIZACIÓN: ¡Es un cura cátolico nicaragüense!

Posted by AMDG en 12/octubre/2008

Los jueces ya la estaban aplicando de hecho, la novedad es que ahora queda recogida formalmente en la ley civil iraní.

The Iranian Parliament has given provisional approval, by a majority of 196 to seven, to a bill that mandates the death penalty for apostasy from Islam. Until now Iranian judges could impose the death penalty in such cases only on the basis of Islamic law and fatwas, not on the basis of Iranian law.

The bill prescribes a mandatory death sentence for any male Muslim who converts from Islam to another religion, and lifelong imprisonment for female converts from Islam. It also gives the Iranian secular courts authority to convict Iranians living outside the country of crimes relating to Iranian national security. It seems likely that this could be used against the many Iranian Christians who live outside Iran but are involved in evangelism within it. Apostasy from Islam is viewed by most Muslims as equivalent to treason.

¿ Y cuál es la reacción del mundo mundial? Silencio sepulcral. Oh no, al contrario. Ahmadineya ha sido cordialmente abrazado por el presidente de la Asamblea General de la ONU después de una andanada contra Israel y los EE. UU. Contra los «sionistas y cruzados» en sus palabras. La respuesta es un aplauso entusiasta por parte del «respetable». Por su parte el presidente (un hispano) les manda que esperen sentados mientras se toma el tiempo de darle un abrazo.


Iranian Parliament provisionally approves death penalty for leaving Islam

ACTUALIZACIÓN: Se trata de un cura cátolico nicaragüense de la «teología de la liberación«: Priest & President of the U.N.?

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¿Merece la pana atacar a Irán? Sí y No

Posted by AMDG en 11/julio/2008

No, porque el país está en ruina económica y el régimen se vendrá a bajo en unos años. Algunos datos:

Iranian dissidents put overall unemployment at 30% and youth unemployment at 50%. Government subsidies sustain a very large portion of the population;

42% of the non-agricultural population is employed by the Iranian state, compared with 17% in Pakistan.

Within fewer than 10 years, Iran will become a net importer, at which point the government no longer will be able to provide subsidies. Iran’s economic implosion is a source of imminent strategic risk.

The present inflation rate of about 20%, driven by a 40% rate of monetary expansion, suggests that government resources are already exhausted.

In a May 19 statement reported by the official Islamic Republic News Agency (IRNA), President Mahmud Ahmadinejad denied a report that Iran’s imports now exceed $60 billion, against an official estimate of $45 billion. This sort of discrepancy typically occurs when capital flight is disguised as imports through fraudulent invoices and similar devices.

That is the background to Ahmadi-Nejad’s decree last week reducing private and state bank lending rates to 12% from 14%, that is, 5-10 percentage points below the rate of inflation.

In two decades Iran will have half as many soldiers and twice as many pensioners. If a future catastrophe is inevitable, its impact has a way of leaping back into the present.

Sí, porque ante esta situación los sectores más radicales del régimen, que ya están en el gobierno, iniciarán una huida hacia delante.

Es el debate geopolítico del verano. Las espadas están en lo alto.

WHY IRAN WILL FIGHT NOT COMPROMISE

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Plaza de España: Fotos de la protesta contra Ajmadineya

Posted by AMDG en 5/junio/2008

En realidad Piazza di Spagna en Roma… donde ha ido a una reunión de la FAO a decir que en los países gobernados por presidentes monoteístas y puros no se pasa hambre…

Pincha para ver más.

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