French author Pier Pean has written a book in which he documents that the current Foreign Minister of France, Bernard Kouchner, was an servant of American internationalism and was engaged in a 20 year long campaign to remake borders in the Balkans which primarily includes dismemberment of Serbia and ethnic cleansing of Serbs across the Balkans.
Culturism: A Word, A Value, Our Future is not just a book, but more of a tome to culture and the rights of people to be free to celebrate their culture. The author John Kenneth Press brings forth a new word, Culturism, a rally cry to celebrate and be proud of your culture.
Have you ever read a story that combines love lyrics, Orwell’s plots and Kafka's nightmares? If not, you should read the book of Dr. Sami Alrabaa, an ex-Muslim, professor of Sociology and an Arab-Muslim culture specialist, living in Germany (before moving to Germany he taught at Kuwait University). It is not a novel, and the events are not set in medieval Europe. Dr. Sami Alrabaa's book Karin In Saudi Arabia is a research. It is based on real events which took place in Saudi Arabia. The West consider this state to be friendly and moderate. Lees verder...
Voor Israel Facts was de documentaire reden om de uitzending nader te onderzoeken, onze bevindingen vatten wij samen in een rapport dat we aan de Zembla redactie aanboden. De programmamaker van Zembla dhr. Kees Schaap reageerde uitvoerig op ons onderzoek, maar zijn E-mail bevatte een waarschuwing dat publicatie van die E-mail niet toegestaan was. We zijn dan ook niet in staat u die reactie hier ter inzage te geven.
Wel kunnen wij volstaan met de opmerking dat ook in zijn verweer Dhr. Schaap volstrekt duidelijk maakte wat zijn opinie is over Israel en het Midden-Oosten conflict.
Het IF rapport maakt duidelijk wat de opinie is van de makers van Zembla.
Op de Zembla site konden kijkers reageren op de uitzending (Forum), het bevreemde ons niet dat sommige reacties anti-semitische opmerkingen bevatten. De Zembla uitzending was een nieuw bewijs voor het escalerende debat over het Israelisch-Palestijnse conflict in Nederland. Lees verder...
Radical Islamists known as Salafists are expanding their subversion into Bosnia’s Serb Republic and penetrating their network is increasingly hard says the President of the Committee for Defense and Security in the Parliament of the Serb Republic.
“In Gornja Maoca lives totally closed Salafists community where no authority can come in from Srebrenik,” said President Petar Djokic.
Djokic said that Serbs can not return to Gornja Maoca because the Islamists confiscated their property and ethnically cleansed the village of Serbs.
It is believed that the leader of Islamists from Gornja Maoca also runs an extremist Bosnian Muslim web site, putvjernika.com, that glorifies Jihad and tabulates number of dead Americans in its war on terror.
On Friday, March 6, 2009, Morocco announced that it was cutting off diplomatic relations with Iran. The decision followed weeks of escalating measures between the two sides. The two countries had been at odds in the past over Morocco's grant of asylum to the Shah after the Islamic Revolution and its support for Saddam Hussein in the Iran-Iraq war, but the current rupture is the worst nadir in Moroccan-Iranian relations since these were normalized in 1991: 
The crisis between Morocco and Iran began as a secondary development in the recent row between Iran and Bahrain, which was set off when a senior Iranian official, Ali Akbar Nateq-Nouri, referred to Bahrain as the 14th province of Iran. Morocco, like other Arab League members, issued a statement of support for Bahrain; in a letter to Bahrain, Moroccan King Mohammad VI described the Iranian statements as "abject" and expressed Morocco's support for Bahrain against the Iranian "threats." In response, Iran expressed sharp criticism of Morocco, and called in the Moroccan charge d'affaires in Tehran with a demand for clarifications; according to some reports, he was received by a civil servant from the foreign ministry staff rather than a high-level official, which the Moroccans interpreted as an insult.  In response, Morocco called in the Iranian ambassador on February 24 and gave him a week to provide an official response to Morocco's complaints, and on February 25 Morocco recalled its charge d'affaires in Tehran for consultations. When it became clear that no Iranian response was forthcoming, Morocco decided to cut off its diplomatic relations with Iran. Lees verder...
Middle East Strategy at Harvard, March 22, 2009
Earlier this month, the United Kingdom announced that it is reopening dialogue with the political wing of Hezbollah. Unlike the United States, the United Kingdom has only banned Hezbollah's terrorist (External Security Organization) and military wings. The ban on the terrorist wing came in 2000, while the ban on the military wing only came in June 2008 in response to Hezbollah's "providing active support to militants in Iraq who are responsible for attacks both on coalition forces and on Iraqi civilians, including providing training in the use of deadly roadside bombs," for plots to kidnap British security workers in Iraq, and for its support for terrorist activity in the Palestinian Territories.
The British government’s announcement to open a dialogue with “the political wing of Hizballah” is most troubling. In a statement to a parliamentary committee, Bill Rammell, the British foreign office’s minister for Middle East affairs, rationalized the decision on the grounds of what his office perceives to be “more positive developments within Lebanon.”
This British declaration underscores a pervasive failure to properly understand the structure of the Iranian-backed terrorist organization. At worst, the call to distinguish between the group's political and military wings (in terms of decision-making) may be driven by a desire to construct imaginary facts for diplomatic and political purposes. Are officials selling a false image of what Hizballah is so that they join the foray of the “sitting, talking and listening” with Iran and Syria's regimes now underway?Lees verder...
By Tom Harper
Last updated at 6:44 PM on 22nd March 2009
The postmaster who refused to serve customers who could not speak English has been transferred to another branch following complaints from local Muslims.
Sri Lankan-born Deva Kumarasiri introduced a ban on non-English speakers last week after claiming they frustrated other customers and made his job more difficult.
Mr Kumarasiri, who moved to Britain 18 years ago, said he believed that new immigrants should learn the language and take pride in their new culture.
But he turned up to work yesterday to find his managers at the agency which runs the Sneinton Boulevard post office in Carlton, Nottingham, for the Post Office had decided to transfer him to another branch.Lees verder...
In the aftermath of Israel’s military operation in Gaza and the February elections, Israelis and Palestinians share hawkish positions and gloomy expectations regarding the peace process
Among other findings of the joint Truman PSR poll: Both Palestinians and Israelis believe that given the outcome of the Israeli military operation in Gaza, Palestinians are worse off than before the operation. Two thirds of Israelis believe that Israel stopped its military operation in Gaza too early, but only 30% think that Israel should reoccupy the Gaza Strip and stay there if shelling of Israeli communities continues
These are the results of the most recent poll conducted jointly by the Harry S. Truman Research Institute for the Advancement of Peace at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and the Palestinian Center for Policy and Survey Research in Ramallah, between March 1-7, 2009. This joint survey was conducted with the support of the Ford Foundation Cairo office and the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung in Ramallah and Jerusalem.Lees verder...
Polizisten in Deutschland werden immer öfter Opfer von Gewalt. Das beklagen Innenbehörden und Polizeiführer von Bund und Ländern. Als Gründe gelten mangelnder Respekt von jugendlichen Migranten sowie der Einfluss von Alkohol.
Das muss man sich doch auf der Zunge zergehen lassen! Die Armen kommen hier rein, weil es im Mutterland angeblich so schlecht ist, weil sie dort verfolgt werden und Gewalt erleiden, und dann schlagen sie im Gastland selber gegen den Staat zu, von dem sie Stuetze kassieren und auf jede Art und Weise gehaetschelt werden! Wem haben wir das zu verdanken? Dem abartigen rotgruenen, linken Gutmenschenkluengel natuerlich! Wem sonst?
Serbian Foreign Minister Vuk Jeremic said that it is possible for Serbia and Turkey to cooperate on the issue of Kosovo’s status once the International Court rules on the illegality of the unilateral independence declaration ethnic Albanian separatists made last year.
Jeremic’s comments come during his three day visit to Turkey and Algeria, another Muslim state that fiercely opposes Kosovo’s independence.
Jeremic’s comments come days after Turkey’s Ambassador in Serbia, Suha Omar, said that the decision by the International Court of Justice will be significant for every country and that “those that have recognized independence of Kosovo, could re-evaluate their position.”
March 19, 2009 11:22 AM
MADRID-Spain will withdraw its hundreds of troops from the U.N. peacekeeping mission in Kosovo in the next few months, an official said Thursday.
Defense Minister Carme Chacon made the announcement during a visit to the Spanish base at Istok in Kosovo.
"After 10 years of great work, the mission has been completed and it is time to return home," the ministry quoted Chacon as saying.Lees verder...
Michael Moran, Executive Editor, CFR.org
The French government's decision to rejoin the integrated military command structure of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) formalizes a decade-long rethink of French military strategy and foreign policy. Under President Charles de Gaulle, who perceived the alliance as dominated by the United States and Britain, France pulled its forces out of NATO in 1966 to pursue more independent policies. The 2009 reversal, championed by French President Nicolas Sarkozy, has broad support in the French policymaking community and the military, though some dissent from traditional Gaullists persists. The full reintegration of French forces into NATO's structure reflects France's view of a changed world in which domestic security will rely on the ability to coordinate with allies abroad. The move also acknowledges a diminished French ability to mount significant expeditionary operations abroad without logistical and other support from its closest allies, including the United States. In effect, the era of "French exceptionalism" in conventional military affairs is over.
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Der Vorfall sorgte für Schlagzeilen: Zusammen mit einer Bande von linken Chaoten drang der Vizepräsident der SP Schweiz und Grossratskandidat Cédric Wermuth in zwei leerstehende Hotels im Badener Bäderquartier ein – live begleitet von dem zum Wanner’schen Medienmonopol gehörenden Lokalsender Tele M1. Im Schlepptau hatte er unter anderem auch eine Angestellte eines Hilfswerks, ihres Zeichens ebenfalls Grossratskandidatin. Wermuth beging also ganz klar und eindeutig einen Hausfriedensbruch, wenn nicht sogar einen Einbruch und feierte mit seinen Genossen eine illegale Sauforgie.
Saadet Party's (Virtue Party) Samsun Candidate: "Milli Görüº (National Vision) is the only political entity that can represent our civilization"
Saadet Party's Samsun candidate Nuri Baºar said during an interview with the Milli Gazete newspaper that socialist and liberalist parties in Turkey were imitations of the West and so Milli Görüº is the only political entity that represents the Turkish civilization.
He also stated, "Everyone who comes to this school (National Vision) earns an identity and finds character. When you observe the past 25 years of Turkish politics, you will realize that those who registered at this school and earned respect, became important people. Those who left the nest went through identity erosion. Milli Görüº is the voice of the conscience of this nation."
He continued by saying, "The reason for Milli Görüº's success in general and local administrations is its faith. The ones from Milli Görüº serve (the nation) like worshipping (God). Since they have fear that they will be judged by Allah, they cannot stand injustice done to them or others. He does not allow anyone to be victimized."
The newspaper also reported that the AKP municipalities took down the flags and banners of the Saadet Party at midnight.
Source: Milli Gazete (Turkey), March 5, 2009
Die FAS schreibt heute, daß die CDU in ihrem Programm zum Europa-Wahlkampf einen Beitritt der Türkei zur Europäischen Union ablehnt. Mal sehen, wie lange dies vorhält. Ist aber immerhin bemerkenswert! Und die CSU, der das Wasser bis zum Hals steht und die vielleicht gar nicht ins EU-Parlament reinkommt, setzt noch ein paar drauf: Referendum und so! Plötzlich!
Wie notwendig es wäre, endlich gegen Asylanten intolerant zu sein, zeigt dieser Bericht aus Österreich. Aus Italien kommend kontrollieren Marokkaner seit Jahren den Straßenmarkt für Drogen in Innsbruck, der Tiroler Landeshauptstadt. Diese werfen ihre Pässe weg, und dann dürfen sie bleiben. Die Polizei ist machtlos, die Politiker verblödet, die Verbrecher verdienen.
In the documents confiscated in the Islamic wahhabi center in Crkvice that was dated August 2007, the secretary of the center Haris Svrka writes that he has received 80,000 Bosnian Marks or over $51,000 of which 30,000 marks was moved to Kosovo “for purchase of weapons for our brothers in Kosovo”.
Kosovo is ruled by ethnic Albanian separatists, who are Muslim, and they have illegally declared independence that some recognize.
The Wahhabi money sent to Kosovo was received by Selim Nedjipi and Abit Abazi, both ethnic Albanians.Lees verder...
|March 3, 2009||No. 2269|
Former Hizbullah Member Rami 'Aleiq: We Used to Have Sex with Syrian Prostitutes after Signing Temporary Marriage Contracts With Them
Following are excerpts from an interview with Rami 'Aleiq, the former head of the Hizbullah Students Union at the AmericanUniversity in Beirut, which aired on Rotana Music TV on August 25, 2008.
To view this MEMRI TV clip, visit http://www.memritv.org/clip/en/2037.htm.
"Three Things Influenced My Personality... The School, the Street, and [Home]... But... the Influence of the Street Culture Prevailed"
How long the cease-fire will last is anyone's guess. But in any case, Pakistan has allowed a precedent that could extend to other provinces; in fact the Swat valley is only about 100 miles away from Islamabad, the capital. But Sharia is not just making inroads in Pakistan but actually creeping in the West an
One area particularly touched by this phenomenon is the judicial system in Europe. Two recent cases in Italy and France are particularly troublesome. First, in Italy, three members of a Brescia-based Maghrebi family (father, mother and eldest son) were accused of beating up and sequestering their daughter/sister Fatima because she wanted to live a "Western" life. d in particular in Europe.Lees verder...
Etwa 50 Muslime haben bereits zum dritten Mal vor dem Straßburger Rathaus gebetet. Nicht aus purer Frömmigkeit, sondern als politisches Druckmittel, um die Straßburger Mauer von Jericho zu Fall zu bringen. Die Stadtregierung weigert sich nämlich bisher standhaft, ein geplantes Moscheebauprojekt zu bewilligen. Darum machen die Rechtgläubigen jetzt ein riesen Trara, um die öffentliche Meinung gegen den Bürgermeister aufzubringen.Lees verder...
In ganz Europa ist der Name Christoph Blocher ein Begriff. Die Linken und Medien verpönen ihn als rechts-konservativen Populisten. Er selbst sieht sich eher als konservativen Revolutionär, denn keiner hat das rechte politische Spektrum in der Schweiz in den letzten Jahrzehnten so geprägt wie er. Blocher hat die Schweiz konservativer gemacht. Im Apenzeller Verlag ist zu dieser Revolution jetzt ein Buch erschienen, für alle, die sein Leben und Werk besser verstehen wollen. Auch ein Fundus von Anregungen für jene, die außerhalb der Schweiz im Kleinen oder Großen friedlich-demokratische, konservative Revolutionen planen.
Bosnian Serbs are filing a lawsuit against the United Nations and the Netherlands saying they turned a blind eye to atrocities committed by Muslims against Serb civilians during the war in Bosnia in the early 90s.
World attention has focused on the massacre of thousands of Muslim men in Srebrenica, but Bosnian Serbs say their lawsuit is being brought to show they too were victims – at the hands of Muslims – in a brutal civil war.
According to them, both the UN and the Netherlands had forces inside Bosnia-Herzegovina during the war and were supposed to protect civilians. The Serb survivors insist they turned a blind eye and failed to protect civilians on both sides during the conflict.Lees verder...
A WAR, a riot, a terrorist attack or a row over blasphemy: not long ago, Britain’s government knew exactly what to do when a crisis loomed in relations with the country’s Muslims. As recently as July 2005, after bombs in London killed 56 people, Tony Blair was confident that he could avoid a total breakdown of trust between Muslim Britons and their compatriots.
Using an old formula, the prime minister called in some Islamic worthies and suggested they form a task force on extremism. Then, hours before the worthies were due to reconvene and mull their response, Mr Blair breezily announced that a task-force of top Muslims had just been created. They moaned, but dutifully went to work.
That system of trade-offs, the equivalent of the “beer and sandwiches” once used to woo trade unionists, had some big drawbacks. It gave hardline Muslims—generally male, old and new to Britain—disproportionate sway. It also led to some dubious bargains; for example, Muslim resentment of British foreign policy was parried by, in part, huge generosity towards the cultural demands of some Muslims—such as the right to establish schools where the curriculum bears scant relation to the lessons other young Britons get.Lees verder...
As part of the campaign for changing Kosovo image in the world, Kosovo separatist authorities engaged the renowned London weekly paper The Economist to spread propaganda that separatist run province is not a mafia-ran entity.
Separatists are to pay 200,000 euros so tha tseveral texts favorable of Kosovo separatist can appear in 5,000 copies.
Eminent European journalists, particularly from the countries with large communities of Albanian immigrants, describe Kosovo as mafia state and a territory safe for criminals and drug smugglers, with weak institutions governed by corrupt family networks, and in some cases as the European Columbia, which portrays the presumed role of Kosovo as the great European drug supplier, the media in Pristina reported on Wednesday.Lees verder...
|February 26, 2009||No. 2263|
On Hizbullah TV: Iranian Attorney-General Qorban 'Ali Najaf-Abadi Explains the Different Types of Executions in Iran
Following are excerpts from an interview with Iranian Attorney General Qorban 'Ali Najaf-Abadi, which aired on Hizbullah's Al-Manar TV on February 11, 2009.
To view this clip, visit http://www.memritv.org/clip/en/2032.htm.
Chopping Off Thieves' Hands "Is Very Rare; Cases of Qisas [Executions in Retaliation For Murder] Are More Common"
- Indictment (Added 2/17/08) In April 2005, Wesam Delaema, an Iraqi-born Dutch citizen, was indicted in Washington D.C. on a number of charges, including conspiring to murder U.S. nationals outside the U.S. DOJ alleges that "Delaema traveled from the Netherlands to Iraq in October 2003 and met up with a group of co-conspirators calling themselves the 'Mujahideen from Fallujah,' who declared their intentions to kill Americans in Iraq using explosives. The indictment further alleges that Delaema and his co-conspirators hid explosives in a road in the area of Fallujah, Iraq." He was arrested by Dutch law enforcement authorities in May 2005 and faced similar charges in that country.
- DOJ Press Release on Indictment (Added 2/17/08)
- Complaint (Added 2/17/08) In July 2005, Delaema was charged by criminal complaint with participating in a conspiracy to attack Americans based in Iraq,
- DOJ Press Release on Complaint (Added 2/17/08)