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Feb 28, 2011

Hang him from his left leg on his own crane !

Hang him from his left leg on his own crane !

By Akbar Ganji (source: Rooz Online)
... Payvand News - 02/28/11 ... --

After a turbulent 20 months, Mir-Hossein Mousavi and Mehdi Karoubi have finally been incarcerated. But their incarceration is of a type worse than a regular prison. They have been locked up the way other senior clerics such as ayatollah Shariatmadari, ayatollah Rowhani, ayatollah Ghomi and ayatollah Montazeri were locked up in the past. Their incarceration comes without any court or trial or even a sentence. Some of the ayatollahs who faced the same treatment died under house arrest. The deterioration of his health and the growing pressure were what freed ayatollah Montazeri from house arrest during the last days of his life.

Now is not the time to talk of those who accepted those cruelties. Anyone who was aware of this viciousness and remained silent is an accomplice in that repression, in the form of being a moral accomplice. Those who actually “went along” with these actions have in fact played an active role in them and thus are legally accountable. Being a moral accessory to this oppression, by virtue of remaining silent, calls for at least an expression of regret. So, on my behalf, I express my own regret for remaining silent during the incarceration of ayatollah Shariatmadari, ayatollah Rowhani and ayatollah Ghomi.

The reasons for the incarceration of Mousavi and Karoubi are obvious. Those in power want to silence the voices of protest. During the last 21 months, hundreds have been arrested so that the opponents of those in power cannot turn the extensive and deep dissatisfaction of the nation into a political protest, a political movement. By incarcerating Mousavi and Karoubi, they are trying to separate the connection between the body and the head. After implementing the “sedition” plan and “awareness” plan, sultan Ali Khamenei seems to have come to the conclusion that all the agencies of the Islamic regime have now come to accept that the protest movement was in fact a “sedition.” So now, he thinks, the time has come to arrest the “heads of the sedition.” The confident and arrogant sultan believes that without the head and the connecting links, the body would melt like snow under the sunshine of suppression, and disappear from earth. But dictators are always misled. One reason for this is that they become incessantly arrogant and conceited. Sultan Ali Khamenei takes pride in believing that he has silenced the protests of the “sedition.” He does not want to believe that millions of dissatisfied people can turn into political protestors with any available opportunity. And fortunately because of their nature, religious-sultan regimes constantly create such opportunities. Nobody can predict the next one. It is just possible that when the next such opportunity arises, the gathered protests and anger will create such a protest that everything will be washed away. Ali Khamenei is busy building the massive “revolutionary activists”. But that is something I do not want to write about at this time.

The subject of my writing is “silence” and “moral accountability.” Anybody who remains silent to the incarceration of Mousavi and Karoubi is morally accountable and is thus viewed to be an accomplice in the imprisonment of the two. This silence must be confronted and opposed. Writing articles or issuing statements are the least one can do. Where are those who chanted they would raise blood etc if Mousavi and Karoubi were arrested? Perhaps in the current violently suppressive situation there is no room for collective protests inside Iran, in other words those living outside Iran cannot expect or demand that those inside the country engage in something like this and put their life at risk, but those outside Iran who live in free societies and incur no costs should and must demonstrate their protests by participating and organizing large protests all over the world.

If the Greens carry differences among themselves, they have absolutely no differences about the role of Mousavi and Karoubi in this movement. Right now, nobody else their position and stature among the Greens. Greens residing outside Iran must fulfill their moral obligations by demanding the end of the incarceration of these two and thus demonstrate their commitment. Just as the Iranian revolution is not identifiable without ayatollah Khomeini, the Green Movement too cannot be recognized and understood without Mousavi and Karoubi. Today we must show that we are Green by turning the streets into green to achieve the freedoms of the movement.

Feb 27, 2011

Colonial Past in the Middle East Means Freedom

Big has been kind enough to ask me to be a contributor to their blog. Here is my first post.

Colonial Policies of the Past in the Middle East Means Freedom

Posted by Keith Davies
Feb 26th 2011 at 3:58 pm on:

Dictators ruled the Arab countries of the Middle East after World War One. These leaders have subjugated their people and made war on Israel and have brutalized each other in tribal and religious conflicts. During the dominance of the British Empire, peace and security with relative freedom for minorities were the order of the day in the Middle East, not an ideal constitutional republic like the USA or the democracies of Europe but much better than what is currently on display in the Middle East.

Many of our great leaders of the past including John Quincy Adams, the sixth president of the United States saw the threat long before our “War on Terror.” Regarding Islam, he said: “…undistinguishing, and exterminating war, as part of his religion, against all the rest of mankind. The essence of his (Mohammad) doctrine was violence and lust – to exalt the brutal over the spiritual part of human nature.”

Adolf Hitler was very regretful that Islam was not the religion of Germany, “The Mohammedan (Islam) religion too would have been much more compatible to us than Christianity. Why did it have to be Christianity with its meekness and flabbiness?”

The great statesman Winston Churchill commented in 1899 when writing about Islam, which included a most prophetic and ironic statement pertinent to this very day: “No stronger retrograde force exists in the world. Far from being moribund, Mohammedanism is a militant and proselytizing faith. It has already spread through Central Africa, raising fearless warriors at every step; and were it not that Christianity is sheltered in the strong arms of science against which it vainly struggled, the civilization of modern Europe might fall, as fell the civilization of ancient Rome.”

So, our great leaders of the past, along with confirmation of evil by evil i.e. Hitler, they did not have to deal with the political correctness of the left because there was no left to speak of until Karl Marx came along. The truth was spoken loud and clear with no fear of being labeled a bigot or an Islamaphobe.

We are at the crossroads in the Middle East between brutal secular dictators and an Islamic Caliphate; that is the current policy based on our actions in the West. Maybe we should look at a third option to protect the freedom of the rest of the world bar the Middle East. Perhaps the USA and Europe should return to becoming Colonial powers, bring stability to the region and stamp out the Islamist ideology.

We might also consider martyring a few of the clerics who spew hatred and instigate suicide bombers to attack innocents in their own countries and in the West. Islam is the greatest threat to the world since Nazi Germany and Imperial Japan; we stand ignorant or neutralized by our own political correctness from the enablers of evil on the left and the cowards in the Republican party who prefer the seat of power in Washington. They fear taking on the pathetic main stream media which is an embarrassment to what a free press should be in a free country.

The fourth estate has become a bullhorn for the now Marxist party of America, otherwise known as the Democratic Party. Our country and way of life is being destroyed from within; freedom of expression is being stifled as well as the ability to enact policies that are for the welfare of this nation and the free world.

Our apathy on the right has allowed our great nation to be overtaken by the radical left who is in the process of destroying the Country in a deliberate attempt to drown us in debt as well as allow evil to prevail with the “Religion of peace” dominating us.

Members of the Muslim Brotherhood are advising the President on Middle East Policy and hold positions of leadership at the DHS while “protecting” us. We see our leaders in the FBI, CIA, the Armed forces crushed by political correctness endangering the citizens of the country. Our borders are open for terrorists and closed to Christians fleeing from persecution.

Strong circumstantial evidence from our efforts in helping Christians in Pakistan shows that the State Department refuses all Christians from Pakistan for visitors visas because they fear they might claim political asylum in the USA. Why? The State Department is very well aware of the severe persecution of Pakistan Christians. That Department, supposedly made of up of people of the “Christian faith” choose a policy on par with how we refused to help fleeing Jews from Europe prior to World War 2. It is an outrage and a disgrace.

Americans who believe in freedom based on the principals laid out in the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution need to stand up and petition our leaders or become leaders themselves. Storm clouds have risen again, freedom needs to be protected, evil denied. Judeo Christian values and our civilization is under attack; the US needs to lead in the fight for its preservation.
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Authorities identify body of Ofer Mizrahi

A firefighter works near the collapsed CTV building
Tuesday's earthquake in the New Zealand city of Christchurch February 23, 2011.

Authorities identify body of Ofer Mizrahi, whose friends said he was killed when a concrete beam fell on his car during the massive earthquake.

Game Over ! #3

On Sunday 27th February 2011

Acting under Chapter VII of the Charter of the United Nations,
and taking measures under its Article 41,

1. Demands an immediate end to the violence and calls for steps to fulfil the legitimate demands of the population;
2. Urges the Libyan authorities to:
(a) Act with the utmost restraint, respect human rights and international humanitarian law, and allow immediate access for international human rights monitors;
(b) Ensure the safety of all foreign nationals and their assets and facilitate the departure of those wishing to leave the country;
(c) Ensure the safe passage of humanitarian and medical supplies, and humanitarian agencies and workers, into the country; and
(d) Immediately lift restrictions on all forms of media;
3. Requests all Member States, to the extent possible, to cooperate in the evacuation of those foreign nationals wishing to leave the country;

ICC referral

4. Decides to refer the situation in the Libyan Arab Jamahiriya since 15 February 2011 to the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court;
5. Decides that the Libyan authorities shall cooperate fully with and provide any necessary assistance to the Court and the Prosecutor pursuant to this resolution and, while recognizing that States not party to the Rome Statute have no obligation under the Statute, urges all States and concerned regional and other international organizations to cooperate fully with the Court and the Prosecutor;
6. Decides that nationals, current or former officials or personnel from a State outside the Libyan Arab Jamahiriya which is not a party to the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court shall be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of that State for all alleged acts or omissions arising out of or related to operations in the Libyan Arab Jamahiriya established or authorized by the Council, unless such exclusive jurisdiction has been expressly waived by the State;
7. Invites the Prosecutor to address the Security Council within two months of the adoption of this resolution and every six months thereafter on actions taken pursuant to this resolution;
8. Recognizes that none of the expenses incurred in connection with the referral, including expenses related to investigations or prosecutions in connection with that referral, shall be borne by the United Nations and that such costs shall be borne by the parties to the Rome Statute and those States that wish to contribute voluntarily;

Arms embargo

9. Decides that all Member States shall immediately take the necessary measures to prevent the direct or indirect supply, sale or transfer to the Libyan Arab Jamahiriya, from or through their territories or by their nationals, or using their flag vessels or aircraft, of arms and related materiel of all types, including weapons and ammunition, military vehicles and equipment, paramilitary equipment, and spare parts for the aforementioned, and technical assistance, training, financial or other assistance, related to military activities or the provision, maintenance or use of any arms and related materiel, including the provision of armed mercenary personnel whether or not originating in their territories, and decides further that this measure shall not apply to:
(a) Supplies of non-lethal military equipment intended solely for humanitarian or protective use, and related technical assistance or training, as approved in advance by the Committee established pursuant to paragraph 24 below;
(b) Protective clothing, including flak jackets and military helmets, temporarily exported to the Libyan Arab Jamahiriya by United Nations personnel, representatives of the media and humanitarian and development works and associated personnel, for their personal use only; or
(c) Other sales or supply of arms and related materiel, or provision of assistance or personnel, as approved in advance by the Committee;
10. Decides that the Libyan Arab Jamahiriya shall cease the export of all arms and related materiel and that all Member States shall prohibit the procurement of such items from the Libyan Arab Jamahiriya by their nationals, or using their flagged vessels or aircraft, and whether or not originating in the territory of the Libyan Arab Jamahiriya;
11. Calls upon all States, in particular States neighbouring the Libyan Arab Jamahiriya, to inspect, in accordance with their national authorities and legislation and consistent with international law, in particular the law of the sea and relevant international civil aviation agreements, all cargo to and from the Libyan Arab Jamahiriya, in their territory, including seaports and airports, if the State concerned has information that provides reasonable grounds to believe the cargo contains items the supply, sale, transfer, or export of which is prohibited by paragraphs 9 or 10 of this resolution for the purpose of ensuring strict implementation of those provisions;
12. Decides to authorize all Member States to, and that all Member States shall, upon discovery of items prohibited by paragraph 9 or 10 of this resolution, seize and dispose (such as through destruction, rendering inoperable, storage or transferring to a State other than the originating or destination States for disposal) items the supply, sale, transfer or export of which is prohibited by paragraph 9 or 10 of this resolution and decides further that all Member States shall cooperate in such efforts;
13. Requires any Member State when it undertakes an inspection pursuant to paragraph 11 above, to submit promptly an initial written report to the Committee containing, in particular, explanation of the grounds for the inspections, the results of such inspections, and whether or not cooperation was provided, and, if prohibited items for transfer are found, further requires such Member States to submit to the Committee, at a later stage, a subsequent written report containing relevant details on the inspection, seizure, and disposal, and relevant details of the transfer, including a description of the items, their origin and intended destination, if this information is not in the initial report;
14. Encourages Member States to take steps to strongly discourage their nationals from travelling to the Libyan Arab Jamahiriya to participate in activities on behalf of the Libyan authorities that could reasonably contribute to the violation of human rights;

Travel ban

15. Decides that all Member States shall take the necessary measures to prevent the entry into or transit through their territories of individuals listed in Annex I of this resolution or designated by the Committee established pursuant to paragraph 24 below, provided that nothing in this paragraph shall oblige a State to refuse its own nationals entry into its territory;
16. Decides that the measures imposed by paragraph 15 above shall not apply:
(a) Where the Committee determines on a case-by-case basis that such travel is justified on the grounds of humanitarian need, including religious obligation;
(b) Where entry or transit is necessary for the fulfilment of a judicial process;
(c) Where the Committee determines on a case-by-case basis that an exemption would further the objectives of peace and national reconciliation in the Libyan Arab Jamahiriya and stability in the region; or
(d) Where a State determines on a case-by-case basis that such entry or transit is required to advance peace and stability in the Libyan Arab Jamahiriya and the States subsequently notifies the Committee within forty-eight hours after making such a determination;

Asset freeze

17. Decides that all Member States shall freeze without delay all funds, other financial assets and economic resources which are on their territories, which are owned or controlled, directly or indirectly, by the individuals or entities listed in Annex II of this resolution or designated by the Committee established pursuant to paragraph 24 below, or by individuals or entities acting on their behalf or at their direction, or by entities owned or controlled by them, and decides further that all Member States shall ensure that any funds, financial assets or economic resources are prevented from being made available by their nationals or by any individuals or entities within their territories, to or for the benefit of the individuals or entities listed in Annex II of this resolution or individuals designated by the Committee;
18. Expresses its intention to ensure that assets frozen pursuant to paragraph 17 shall at a later stage be made available to and for the benefit of the people of the Libyan Arab Jamahiriya;
19. Decides that the measures imposed by paragraph 17 above do not apply to funds, other financial assets or economic resources that have been determined by relevant Member States:
(a) To be necessary for basic expenses, including payment for foodstuffs, rent or mortgage, medicines and medical treatment, taxes, insurance premiums, and public utility charges or exclusively for payment of reasonable professional fees and reimbursement of incurred expenses associated with the provision of legal services in accordance with national laws, or fees or service charges, in accordance with national laws, for routine holding or maintenance of frozen funds, other financial assets and economic resources, after notification by the relevant State to the Committee of the intention to authorize, where appropriate, access to such funds, other financial assets or economic resources and in the absence of a negative decision by the Committee within five working days of such notification;
(b) To be necessary for extraordinary expenses, provided that such determination has been notified by the relevant State or Member States to the Committee and has been approved by the Committee; or
(c) To be the subject of a judicial, administrative or arbitral lien or judgment, in which case the funds, other financial assets and economic resources may be used to satisfy that lien or judgment provided that the lien or judgment was entered into prior to the date of the present resolution, is not for the benefit of a person or entity designated pursuant to paragraph 17 above, and has been notified by the relevant State or Member States to the Committee;
20. Decides that Member States may permit the addition to the accounts frozen pursuant to the provisions of paragraph 17 above of interests or other earnings due on those accounts or payments due under contracts, agreements or obligations that arose prior to the date on which those accounts became subject to the provisions of this resolution, provided that any such interest, other earnings and payments continue to be subject to these provisions and are frozen;
21. Decides that the measures in paragraph 17 above shall not prevent a designated person or entity from making payment due under a contract entered into prior to the listing of such a person or entity, provided that the relevant States have determined that the payment is not directly or indirectly received by a person or entity designated pursuant to paragraph 17 above, and after notification by the relevant States to the Committee of the intention to make or receive such payments or to authorize, where appropriate, the unfreezing of funds, other financial assets or economic resources for this purpose, 10 working days prior to such authorization;

Designation criteria

22. Decides that the measures contained in paragraphs 15 and 17 shall apply to the individuals and entities designated by the Committee, pursuant to paragraph 24 (b) and (c), respectively;
(a) Involved in or complicit in ordering, controlling, or otherwise directing, the commission of serious human rights abuses against persons in the Libyan Arab Jamahiriya, including by being involved in or complicit in planning, commanding, ordering or conducting attacks, in violation of international law, including aerial bombardments, on civilian populations and facilities; or
(b) Acting for or on behalf of or at the direction of individuals or entities identified in subparagraph (a).
23. Strongly encourages Member States to submit to the Committee names of individuals who meet the criteria set out in paragraph 22 above;

New Sanctions Committee

24. Decides to establish, in accordance with rule 28 of its provisional rules of procedure, a Committee of the Security Council consisting of all the members of the Council (herein "the Committee"), to undertake to following tasks:
(a) To monitor implementation of the measures imposed in paragraphs 9, 10, 15, and 17;
(b) To designate those individuals subject to the measures imposed by paragraphs 15 and to consider requests for exemptions in accordance with paragraph 16 above;
(c) To designate those individuals subject to the measures imposed by paragraph 17 above and to consider requests for exemptions in accordance with paragraphs 19 and 20 above;
(d) To establish such guidelines as may be necessary to facilitate the implementation of the measures imposed above;
(e) To report within thirty days to the Security Council on its work for the first report and thereafter to report as deemed necessary by the Committee;
(f) To encourage a dialogue between the Committee and interested Member States, in particular those in the region, including by inviting representatives of such States to meet with the Committee to discuss implementation of the measures;
(g) To seek from all States whatever information it may consider useful regarding the actions taken by them to implement effectively the measures imposed above;
(h) To examine and take appropriate action on information regarding alleged violations or non-compliance with the measures contained in this resolution;
25. Calls upon all Member States to report to the Committee within 120 days of the adoption of this resolution on the steps they have taken with a view to implementing effectively paragraphs 9, 10, 15 and 17 above;

Humanitarian assistance

26. Calls upon all Member States, working together and acting in cooperation with the Secretary General, to facilitate and support the return of humanitarian agencies and make available humanitarian and related assistance in the Libyan Arab Jamahiriya, and requests the States concerned to keep the Security Council regularly informed on the progress of actions undertaken pursuant to this paragraph, and expresses its readiness to consider taking additional appropriate measures, as necessary, to achieve this;

Commitment to review

27. Affirms that it shall keep the Libyan authorities’ actions under continuous review and that it shall be prepared to review the appropriateness of the measures contained in this resolution, including the strengthening, modification, suspension or lifting of the measures, as may be needed at any time in light of the Libyan authorities’ compliance with relevant provisions of this resolution;
28. Decides to remain actively seized of the matter.

Feb 26, 2011

Where Is The Outrage Now?

Where Is The Outrage Now?

Obama and many others in the international community have been quicker in condemning settlement construction in Israel than atrocities by Arab dictators against innocent civilians.

Has retired South African judge Richard Goldstone considered the possibility of heading a special commission of inquiry to look into the war crimes that are being perpetrated against Libyans and other Arabs?

Settlements may be a problem, but they are not more dangerous than the massacres that are being perpetrated against Arabs.

It took President Barack Obama nine days to condemn Col. Muammar Gaddafi's massacres in Libya as "outrageous" and "unacceptable."

It took the UN Security Council more than a week to hold a closed-door meeting and issue a tempered statement condemning the violence in Libya and calling for its immediate end and for those responsible to be held accountable.

This is the same Security Council that one week earlier held a special and open session to condemn construction in Jewish settlements in the West Bank.

Fourteen out of fifteen members of the council voted in support of the anti-settlement resolution, which was vetoed by the US.

The same members, however, saw no need to hold a vote on the slaughtering of thousands of Libyans by Gaddafi.

But both Obama and the Security Council stopped short of calling for Gaddafi's removal from power for perpetrating atrocities against his own people.

The Europeans have also been cautious in their response to the carnage in Libya. They too have refrained from calling for regime change in Libya.

One can understand why Americans and Europeans are worried about their economic interests in Libya, especially with regard to oil. It is also likely that the West is embarrassed about its relationship with the Libyan dictator who, despite his crimes, was welcomed back into the international community in 2003.

Then, Gaddafi was apparently forgiven for his role in the Lockerbie plane explosion and support for countless terror groups in the Arab and Islamic world. Gaddafi was forgiven because he had agreed to abandon his nuclear ambitions and promised to be good..

Egypt's Hosni Mubarak, on the other hand, who for over 30 years served Western interests in the Middle East and did his utmost to preserve the peace treaty with Israel and support moderate Arabs and Muslims, was thrown to the dogs by the Obama Administration as soon as his people started demanding regime change.

Obama and US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton seem to be more troubled by the death of 300 Egyptians than the brutal massacring of thousands of Libyans. Obama and Clinton seem to be more worried about construction in Jewish settlements than war crimes and serious human rights violations in the Arab world.

The US Administration and the rest of the international community have once again sent a message to the Arabs that they do not really care about human rights and democracy and that they are ready to sacrifice thousands of Arabs to keep the oil prices as low as ever. Mubarak was unfortunate because his country does not have oil.

Now at least the Arab people know that they can no longer rely on Obama and Clinton to support any of their pro-democracy movements.

Feb 25, 2011

Zenga - Zenga !

Pasto ! Eat your heart out !...

" Gaddafi Is Jewish! My family member ! "

Is Muammar Gaddafi, Libya's cruel ruler, a Jew?

According to Gitte Boaron (Abu Aharon), an Israeli citizen, the answer is positive.

On the main interview, on "Radio Kol Hai," Boaron said that Gaddafi's grandmother is her grandmother's sister! " ! My family knows it " !...

Before my father and mother died, they told me about him.

"I know that since I was a little girl," she told the "Kikar Hashabat" !

Gaddafi's "Massada Syndrome"

Libya….14 Tons of Mustard Gas…'

Killing civilians with mustard gas is not forbidden under Islamic law !

Chaos in Libya; what’s going to happen to their chemical weapons? The Washington Times reports:

“U.S. military and intelligence officials are closely watching Libya‘s stockpiles of mustard gas and their precursor chemicals as the North African country descends further into civil war.

Proliferation analysts generally assess that Libya has close to 14 tons of mustard gas that it has not destroyed despite the announcement in 2003 that it would dismantle its weapons of mass destruction program.

‘Obviously, the security of the Libyan stockpile of chemical weapons is a concern,’ a U.S. intelligence official told The Washington Times.

‘You could see a scenario where [Libyan dictator Moammar] Gadhafi takes troops away from these [stockpiles],’ a Senate aide monitoring the situation in Libya said. ‘He could be pulling his security forces off of his missions, and bring them to Tripoli and Benghazi and other towns he needs to secure to hold on to his regime and, as a result, these facilities will be unguarded.’”

Feb 24, 2011

Allen West is THE BEST !

Feb 22, 2011

Scenes From My City

Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Scenes From My City

Gadafi :- "It takes a mad man to split Libya" !

Gaddafi vows to fight on

Tuesday, 22 February 2011

Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi vowed to fight on to his "last drop of blood" and roared at his supporters to take to the streets against protesters demanding his resignation, shouting and pounding his fist in a furious speech today after two nights of a bloody crackdown in the capital trying to crush the uprising that has fragmented his regime.

It was the second time Gaddafi has appeared during the week of upheaval across his country. Swathed in brown robes and a turban, he spoke on state TV from behind a podium in the entrance of his bombed-out Tripoli residence hit by US airstrikes in the 1980s and left unrepaired as a monument of defiance.

At times the camera panned back to show a towering monument of a gold-coloured fist crushing an American fighter jet, outside the building. But at the same time, the view gave a surreal image of the Libyan leader, shouting and waving his arms wildly all alone in a broken-down lobby with no audience, surrounded by broken tiles dangling from the ceiling, shattered conrete pillars and bare plumbing pipes.

"Libya wants glory, Libya wants to be at the pinnacle, at the pinnacle of the world," he proclaimed, pounding his fist on the podium. "I am a fighter, a revolutionary from tents ... I will die as a martyr at the end," he said, vowing to fight "to my last drop of blood."

Gaddafi depicted the protesters as misguided youths, who had been given drugs and money by a "small, sick group" to attack police and government buildings. He called on supporters to take to the streets immediately to reimpose control and to attack the protest leaders.

"You men and women who love Gaddafi ... get out of your homes and fill the streets," he said. "Leave your homes and attack them in their lairs. They are taking your children and getting them drunk and sending them to death. For what? To destroy Libya, burn Libya."

"The police cordons will be lifted, go out and fight them," he said, urging youth to form local committees across the country "for the defence of the revolution and the defence of Gadhafi," even asking them to wear green armbands.

"Let us show them what the popular revolution is like," he said. "Go out from your homes starting now."

"Forward, forward, forward!" he barked at the speech's conclusion, pumping both fists in the air as he stormed away from the podium. He was kissed by about a dozen supporters, some in security force uniforms. Then he climbed into a golf cart-like vehicle and puttered away.

His call could signal a sharp escalation of bloodshed in the Libyan capital of two million people after two nights of clashes. Streets in several neighbourhoods were littered with the bodies of dead protesters this morning after a fierce crackdown through the night, as pro-Gaddafi militiamen shot on sight anyone found outdoors to crush protests.

Streets in Tripoli were largely empty during the day today, except for residents venturing out to stock up on bread and other basics, wary of attacks by militiamen, said one resident. A helicopter was heard buzzing over downtown.

But he said protesters were gearing up to rally again after nightfall, likely to be confronted again by the militias. "Everyone intends for tonight to be the decisive night."

The UN Security Council was holding an emergency meeting, and Western diplomats pressed for it to demand an immediate halt to Gaddafi's retaliation against protesters. With international condemnation mounting, nations around the world were scrambling for ways to get their citizens out of Libya, and oil prices surged.

The eruption of turmoil in the capital escalates a week of protests and bloody clashes in Libya's eastern cities that have shattered Gaddafi's nearly 42-year grip on the nation.

Many cities in the east appeared to be under the control of protesters, including some oil-producing regions, as units of Gaddafi's army defected. Protesters in the east claimed to hold several oil fields and facilities and said they were protecting them to prevent damage or vandalism. The regime has been hit by a string of defections by ambassadors abroad, including its UN delegation, and a few officials at home.

In response, Gaddafi's security forces have unleashed the bloodiest crackdown of any Arab country against the wave of protests sweeping the region, which toppled leaders of Egypt and Tunisia.

Anywhere from 233 to 250 people are known to have been killed so far, according to estimates by the UN Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights and the New York-based Human Rights Watch. Those numbers don't appear to include casualties from two days of deadly attacks on protesters in the capital, Tripoli — a sign of the difficulty of getting information out of the highly closed North African Nation.

A doctor in the eastern city of Benghazi told The Associated Press a colleague at Tripoli's main hospital told him 41 people were killed in Tripoli during clashes on Sunday night alone, but the number could not be confirmed, and it was not known how many died on Monday and today. A Tunisian doctor on his side of the border crossing with Libya said he saw many Libyans wounded on the other side, waiting but blocked from crossing to get treatment.

The head of the UN agency, Navi Pillay, called for an investigation, saying widespread and systematic attacks against civilians "may amount to crimes against humanity."

The first major protests to hit an OPEC country — and major supplier to Europe — sent oil prices soaring to more than $93 a barrel today. A string of international oil companies have begun evacuating their expatriate workers or their families, and the Spanish oil company Repsol-YPF said it suspended production in Libya today. It accounted for about 3.8 per cent of Libya's total production of 1.6 million barrels a day.

World leaders also have expressed outrage. US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton called on Gaddafi to "stop this unacceptable bloodshed" and said the world was watching the events "with alarm."

From nightfall Monday to dawn today, the pro-regime militias that have taken the forefront in the crackdown — a mixture of Libyans and foreign mercenaries — besieged protesters in at least five neighbourhoods across the capital of two million people.

One of the heaviest battlegrounds was the impoverished, densely populated district of Fashloum, one resident there told the AP. Militiamen shot any "moving human being" with live ammunition, including ambulances, so wounded were left in the streets to die, the resident said.

He said that as he fled the neighbourhood on Monday night, he ran across a group of militiamen, including foreign fighters. "The Libyans (among them) warned me to leave and showed me bodies of the dead and told me: 'We were given orders to shot anybody who moves in the place,"' said the resident.

Like others reached in Libya he spoke on condition of anonymity because of fear of retaliation. Western media are largely barred from Libya and the report couldn't be independently confirmed.

Another resident said commandos were in control of the streets and were stationed on rooftops, opening fire. "Life is paralyzed, even those who were shot can't go to hospital," he said. "No one is able to walk in the street."

The week of upheaval in Libya has weakened — if not broken for now — the control of Gaddafi's regime in parts of the east. Protesters claim to control a string of cities across just under half of Libya's 1,000 mile-long Mediterranean coast, from the Egyptian border in the east to the city of Ajdabiya, an important site in the oil fields of central Libya, said Tawfiq al-Shahbi, a protest organiser in the eastern city of Tobruk. He said had visited the crossing station into Egypt and that border guards had fled.

In Tobruk and Benghazi, the country's second largest city, protesters were raising the pre-Gaddafi flag of Libya's monarchy on public buildings, he and other protesters said.

Protesters and local tribesmen were protecting several oil fields and facilities around Ajdabiya, said Ahmed al-Zawi, a resident there. They had also organised watch groups to guard streets and entrances to the city, he said.

The day before, crowds of residents were looting a nearby military base for weapons, when a warplane flew overhead and dropped a bomb in a nearby open area, blasting a crater but causing no casualties, said al-Zawi, who was among those seizing ammunition, automatic weapons and grenades from the camp.

"I think the pilot is a good man. He was given orders to bomb the camp but he didn't," al-Zawi said. "We needed the weapons to protect ourselves and the city from the mercenaries."

In Benghazi, protesters over the weekend overran police stations and security headquarters, taking control of the streets with the help of army units that broke away and sided with them.

Benghazi residents, however, remained in fear of a regime backlash. One doctor in the city said today many spent the night outside their homes, hearing rumours that airstrikes and artillery assaults were imminent. "We know that although we are in control of the city, Gaddafi loyalists are still here hiding and they can do anything anytime," he said.

Gaddafi, the longest serving Arab leader, appeared briefly on TV early today to dispel rumors that he had fled. Sitting in a car in front of what appeared to be his residence and holding an umbrella out of the passenger side door, he told an interviewer that he had wanted to go to the capital's Green Square to talk to his supporters gathered there, but the rain stopped him.

"I am here to show that I am in Tripoli and not in Venezuela. Don't believe those misleading dog stations," Gaddafi said, referring to the media reports that he had left the country. The video clip and comments lasted less than a minute.

But this evening's speech lasted well over half an hour. During it, Gaddafi recounting his days as a young revolutionary leader who "liberated" Libya — a reference to the 1969 military coup that brought him to power — and his defiance against US airstrikes.

He insisted that since he has no official title, he cannot resign — Gaddafi is referred to as the "brother leader," but is not president. He said he had not ordered police to use any force used against protesters — that his supporters had come out voluntarily to defend him. "I haven't ordered a single bullet fired," he said, warning that if he does, "everything will burn."

He said that if protests didn't end, he would stage a "holy march" with millions of supporters to cleanse Libya. He demanded protesters in Benghazi hand over weapons taken from captured police stations and military bases, warning of separatism and civil war.

"No one allows his country to be a joke or let a mad man separate a part of it," he declared.

Pan-Arab intifada started in Gaza !

Pan-Arab intifada started in Gaza !

Viva La DemoHartatia a-la Gaza Style !

Major Earthquake has hit Christchurch, New Zealand

A Magnitude 6.3 Earthquake has hit Christchurch, New Zealand,
at a depth of 5 km and centred 10 km south-east of the city.
There are reports of major damage to buildings and infrastructure.

Feb 21, 2011

Ladies, you've seen the protests in Egypt !...

Israel claims Iran warships to transit Suez Canal

Israel claims Iran warships to transit Suez Canal

February 16, 2011 at 9:31 pm


JERUSALEM – Israel’s foreign minister claimed Wednesday that Iran is about to send two warships through the Suez Canal for the first time in years, calling it a “provocation,” but he offered no evidence. The Egyptian authority that runs the canal denied it.

Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman said the ships would cross later Wednesday, en route to Syria. He offered no evidence and did not say how he knew it.

“This is a provocation that proves that Iranian audacity and insolence are increasing,” he said in a statement.

The Egyptian body that runs the Suez Canal denied the claim.

Ahmed el-Manakhli, head of the canal operations room, said warships must get permission 48 hours before crossing, and “so far, we have not been notified.”

Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak said in an e-mailed statement that “Israel is closely following the movements of the Iranian ships and has updated friendly states on the issue. Israel will continue to follow the ships movements.”

Security officials said they have known of Iranian ship movements for some time and expect them to arrive at the canal Thursday. The officials spoke on condition of anonymity because of the sensitivity of the issue.

In Washington, the Pentagon declined to comment.

State Department spokesman P.J. Crowley confirmed the presence of the ships in the area of the canal but would not say if that was considered provocative.

“There are two ships in the Red Sea,” he said, “What their intention is, what their destination is, I can’t say.”

Meanwhile, the U.S. aircraft carrier USS Enterprise was transiting the Red Sea on Wednesday, after passing through the Suez Canal on its way to the U.S. Navy’s 5th Fleet area to support combat operations in Afghanistan and other duties in the region, two officials in Washington said.

Israel considers Iran an existential threat because of its nuclear program, missile development, support for militants and threats to destroy Israel.

While Israel has pressed for international sanctions to stop Iran’s nuclear program, it has not taken the possibility of a military strike off the table.

Lieberman spoke to American Jewish leaders, but reporters were excluded. Later, his office released a statement with the charge about the Iranian ships crossing the Suez Canal on their way to Syria, a longtime ally.

“The international community must understand that Israel cannot ignore these provocations forever,” he said, according to the statement. “We expect the international community to act with haste and determination against the Iranian provocations that are intended to destabilize the situation in the region.”

Lieberman is known for his extreme pronouncements. Israel has been distributing dire predictions about the destabilization of the Middle East in the wake of the toppling of the regime of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, warning that Islamic militants could take over. Most experts play down that prospect.

The prices of Brent and WTI climbed after the report on the Iranian warships. Iran’s action added to tension in the region and “absolutely moved markets,” according to PFGBest oil analyst Phil Flynn. He said traders are worried that spreading unrest in the Middle East will disrupt oil production and shipments.

“The face of the Middle East is changing in pretty dramatic fashion in a very short period of time,” he said. “The risk to supply is going up.”

Earlier Wednesday, Israeli President Shimon Peres said Iranian lawmakers are shaming their people by calling for anti-government protesters to be tried and executed.

Calling Iran the source of “the greatest political and moral corruption” in the Middle East, Peres said the Iranian people will stop their own government, referring to the tens of thousands of protesters who took to the streets of Tehran on Monday. Iranian security forces used force to disperse the demonstrations. Two people were killed, and dozens injured.

“What the present Iranian leadership does is a shame on Iranian history, the Iranian culture and the pain of their own people,” Peres told a group of American Jewish leaders in Jerusalem.

In Iran’s parliament Tuesday, more than 200 legislators released a statement demanding capital punishment for protest leaders. Video showed lawmakers pumping their fists and shouting for death to opposition figures.

Complicit with Evil

Walid Shoebat
Complicit with Evil

By Keith Davies
Executive Director of the Walid Shoebat Fdn

As Egypt and the rest of the Arab world descends into chaos we in America are either intellectually ill equipped to comprehend the problem or we are part of the problem and those that do comprehend the problem do not control the strings of power to act in a way to solve or improve the situation.

On our University campuses over the last 50 years we have seen them become places filled with ideological leftists who plan to “transform” America into a panacea of socialist Marxist practices. The result of two or three generations of churning out left wing ideologues it seems that enough students who now are regular voters over the age of 40, along with left wing leaders coming from the same ranks have grabbed the reins of power. Despite this America is still a center right country but you would never know it based on our media and power structure in Washington.

The fruits of this progressive agenda is translating into the weakest imaginable foreign policy of the Middle East and it is not as complicated as all of us “non experts” think it is. It is nice to see Glenn Beck win over some Americans who now are returning to their American heritage and other conservative media folks who are rallying to unseat a president who knows how to speak like a conservative but who acts like a far left winger in terms of his actions. However, the majority of people in America are still not paying attention to the issues despite the evidence, which shows that disaster is around the corner on many fronts.

The Middle East, which is our main focus, has now become a hot bed of Islamic fundamentalism with a racist ideology on par with Nazi Germany, yet you would never know it based on watching any network. For example, only one newspaper in the main stream reported that the CBS foreign correspondent Lara Logan was referred to as “Jew, Jew, Jew” prior to being sexually assaulted. Why would these people who are so in need of “freedom” wish to kill a supposedly Jewish reporter (Lara Logan is not Jewish)? Lara Logan would have been killed if not rescued by some women and the Army. The answer is that the whole of the Middle East is inculcated with anti Semitism, that is fed to the masses from the mosque and mainstream Muslim/Arab TV, yet our main stream TV in the West ( proves this issue beyond shadow of a doubt) barely reports on this and just like the 1930s we choose as a society to ignore the fundamental problem in the Middle East which is Jew and Christian hatred.
also hate America because they believe that without support from America the Muslim world could easily destroy Israel. The reason to destroy Israel is a religious one because as any scholar knows Islam is a political movement as well as a religious one and cannot tolerate non-Muslim countries, which they regard as part of the “Umma,” as well as a longer term objective of conquering the world for Islam. This is chiseled into their texts, as is part and parcel of their faith and not some radical concept within Islam as even some of the conservative commenters like to let on so they can escape the label “racist.” Again our media and our leaders are unwilling to identify the issues because we have deluded ourselves and offer appeasement because of the oil supply and the discomfort of taking strong action to protect our interests and freedom.

The world stands on a precipice and sadly based on our leaders on both sides of the political spectrum we will see shortly a Middle East dominated by both a Shia and Sunni fundamentalist regimes with the despots of the past turning into worse despots of the future. It is now too late to turn back the bad policies of the past; we have reaped this terrible fate through seventy years of policies based on money, corruption and willingness to accept the status quo. We have fed the crocodile with trillions of petro dollars. We have very wealthy evil men who know nothing of freedom but only subjugation, who use our money to instill hatred and murder because we are “infidels.”

We have ignored ways to become self sufficient in energy because of hypocritical concepts of environmentalism and global warming. Americans know we could be self sufficient in fossil fuels but our leaders fail us both Democrat and Republican. Currently eight million are employed to supply about 20% of our domestic energy consumption, how many more would be employed if we were to exploit the resources to make us self-sufficient. If we allowed our great American companies to invest in supplying our energy domestically our economy would be stronger, we would have little or no terrorism as the Middle East would be still a desert with Arab tribes killing each other instead of us, like they have been from the time of the bible.

We have fueled this problem literally. We know how to fix it but no leader has the guts to lead.
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Feb 20, 2011

Amnon ! 11 O'clock, 1400 m, FIRE !

Many sick ppl on !...

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Feb 19, 2011

Release Pollard Now !

U.S. Vetoes Palestinian Bid at UN to Halt Israeli Settlements

Salute ! Avenging Apostate.

Via e-mail :-
US ambassador to the United Nations Susan Rice told council members that the veto "should not be misunderstood to mean we support settlement activity."
"While we agree with our fellow council members and indeed with the wider world about the folly and illegitimacy of continued Israeli settlement activity, we think it unwise for this council to attempt to resolve the core issues that divide Israelis and Palestinians," she said.




Feb 17, 2011

The Locust is coming !

Zine El Abidine Ben Ali had a stroke

Thursday, February 17, 2011

Former Tunisia president Ben Ali slips into coma

Ousted Tunisian president Zine El Abidine Ben Ali had a stroke and is in a coma, according to the French newspaper Le Monde on Thursday. According to the report, the former president is in a hospital in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.

"The former head of state was admitted to an institution for Saudi princes under a false identity for security reasons," the paper reported. "His condition is worrying."

Le Monde also reported that his wife, Leila Ben Ali, "is no longer at his side."

Last month, Ben Ali, 74, had fled with his family to the Saudi Kingdom, after being forced from office after over 2 decades in power.

In an interesting twist, earlier this week, Egyptian daily Al-Masry Al-Youm reported that ousted Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, who ruled Egypt for 30 years was gravely ill and slipped into a coma. It should be noted, however, that a pro-government newspaper denied the report but said the leader was in a severe psychological condition and was declining treatment.

Feb 16, 2011

Six Tweets and you are finished !



You just can’t make this stuff up.

In most Arab nations, women and girls have very little protection from sex crimes. Because Arab men cannot be held accountable in such countries for committing such crimes, an Egyptian lawyer is advising Arabs to rape Israeli girls. No kidding:

Since Sharia law allows for marriage of underage girls it’s safe to say that young children won’t be spared from this new form of "resistance.”

The evil these people are willing to stoop to truly is unbelievable.

Leave [Arab] land so we won’t rape you.

Egyptian Lawyer:

Rape Israeli Women and Girls to Drive Them Out

A despicable Egyptian lawyer calls for raping Jewish women in Israel in the name of "resistance" and as a way to drive them out of Israel.

The Middle East Media Research Institute [MEMRI], a watchdog site that tracks content on Arab and Muslim media, got an interview where an Egyptian lawyer [ironically a woman] Negla al-imam called for Arab men to rape Jewish women in Israel as an attempt to push the Jews off of the land of Israel. This is a new method introduced by an Egyptian lawyer for the genocidal war of extermination on Israel.

She called on Arab men to rape Israeli women and girls in the name of resistance, in order to drive them out. When asked about alleged sexual harassment laws in Arab countries, she said,"This is a form of resistance. In my opinion, they are fair game for all Arabs, and there is nothing wrong with " ...

When she was asked on what grounds, she responded,"First of all, they violate our rights, and they 'rape' the land. Few things are as grave as the rape of land. In my view, this is a new form of resistance".

Imagine if Avigdor Lieberman called for raping Palestinian women. I think we'd know that there will be a huge outcry. Since it?s an Egyptian lawyer calling for Arab men to rape Israeli women, I guess the world wouldn't make such a big outcry. There would be countless UN resolutions, more bash Israel UN summits and it would be reported on the front pages of the liberal mainstream media.

The point made by that lawyer was disgusting, abhorrent and despicable. It shows what a despicable women she is.

Feb 15, 2011

Mubarak is in Eilat !

Basij - "Eat this ! And this !"

Hypocrisy !