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26 november 2007

Lifelike, sexy robot infiltrators influence Belgian mobs

Filed under: Europa, Evidens, Holland, Videnskab — Hodja @ 22:08

Brussels boffins have finally cracked one of the most elusive and long-sought of all technology achievements – that of deploying lifelike robot agent provocateur infiltrators using realistic sex pheromones to influence mass psychology.

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Arabisk sammensværgelse mod jøder afsløret

A NEW DISCOVERY in the archives at the United Nations has drastically altered the historical narrative of the exile of Jews from Arab countries.

Conventional wisdom had long held that the exile was the result of isolated incidents of anti-Semitism. But the newly discovered document reveals that it was, in fact, the result of concerted efforts by Arab countries, amounting to what is essentially a standard multinational policy of discrimination.

The document was released by the human rights group Justice for Jews from Arab Countries (JFJ) at a conference this past weekend, and includes the following:

” . . . every Jew whose activities reveal that he is an active Zionist will be considered as a political prisoner and will be interned in places specifically designated for that purpose . . . his financial resources . . . will be frozen.”

No one at the Arab League was available to speak on record about the document despite repeated calls to the organization over a four-day period. But an unnamed source there claimed that any document explaining such repression is “pretty questionable,” given that there is no record of it in Arab League files.

The source said that, due to the lack of computers, there had not been any record-keeping that long ago.

University of Miami professor Henry Green, an attendee at the JFJ conference, said “the historical record regarding the United Nations partition vote and the ongoing issue of refugees includes archival information that is accessible to anyone,” and that he would invite the Arab League “to join me and review the records so we can bring the historical documents to bear.”

JFJ President Stan Urman said that the law outlines “a step by step chronology pointing to collusion by the Arab League” to work against Israel during the time of its inception. Urman and over 50 scholars from 10 countries met at the conference, which Green said “acknowledged and addressed the plight and pain of Jews from Arab and Islamic Lands that have been displaced because of state-sanctioned policies of repression.”

The document comes at the center of a controversial historical and international debate. Almost sixty years ago, between 850,000 and 1 million Jews were exiled from Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Iraq and elsewhere in the region, while around 726,000 Palestinian refugees were displaced at roughly the same time. Jewish advocates point to 126 U.N. resolutions that have been passed on behalf of Palestinian refugees, and note that zero have been passed on behalf of their Jewish counterparts.

JFJ spokeswoman Shira Dicker believes this to be the result of Israel’s inaction on the issue, resulting from discrimination against Israel’s Sephardic Jews–who made up the vast majority of those exiled from Arab countries–and an unwillingness to revisit the past.

“There were guilts, there were mess-ups. Some lands commanded more cachet than others,” said Dicker. She expressed the common view that Ashkenazi Jews coming from European locations received preferential treatment to the Sephardim coming from Arab lands. As a result, the issue of exile was low on Israel’s agenda. Furthermore, the refugee victims felt as if their stories were less tragic than those of the Holocaust survivors, who were taking up residence in Israel during the same period. And as time went on, Jewish refugees from Arab lands found it difficult to bring attention to their cause as victims because of their success in re-rooting themselves.

Fra The Daily Standard

Det palæstinensiske politi bruger tortur

PCHR has received more affidavits from Palestinians who were subjected to beating, torture and inhuman and degrading treatment while in detention by the Palestinian police in the Gaza Strip.

PCHR condemns such illegal practices and calls for prosecuting the perpetrators and ensuring that laws that regulate procedures of detention are applied.

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Mere hos Palestinian Centre for Human Rights

Hvis det var israelerne, der torturerede palæstinensere, ville du ikke kunnet have undgået at høre om det.

Limewoody

Blod for olie?

En ægypter taler USA’s sag:

Magdi Khalil, on the other hand, an Egyptian/American writer, really seemed to score points when he appeared on Al Jazeera last month to debate Mahmoud Al-Mubarak, a Saudi expert on international law.

Khalil responded: “That’s all nonsense. That deceiving propaganda is all around you — oil and all that. Do you know how much was spent on Iraq? Even if America were to take Iraq’s oil for the next 200 years, it would not compensate for what it has spent on Iraq. You are used to spreading delusions, lies and deceiving propaganda. Give us one example when you supported human rights in any country?”

Opinion: Mona Charen

Den Nihalede sidder løst for tiden

Filed under: Afrika, Islam, Muhammed Cartoons, Muslim World, Shariah — Hodja @ 20:47

A British primary school teacher arrested in Sudan faces up to 40 lashes for blasphemy after letting her class of 7-year-olds name a teddy bear Muhammad.

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Indonesien: Shariah forbedrer ikke levevilkårene

Filed under: Asien, Imamer, Islam, Jura, Koran, Kristne, Moske, Minaret, Muslim World, Shariah — Hodja @ 20:38

Most Indonesians support the enactment of Sharia bylaws – even though they acknowledge that ordinances already in place in several districts have failed to improve social welfare, a new survey has found.

“People’s welfare remains the same as it was before the sharia bylaws were enforced,” said the survey.

Some regions have enacted sharia bylaws despite warnings that the legislation deprives women and non-Muslims of their civil rights.

The survey also found Indonesian non-Muslims are more tolerant than Muslims.

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Assmaa har i TV-serien ‘Adam og Asmaa’ fremhævet Indonesien.

Og hvis de så ikke lige kan det Mr Straw – hva`så`, hva` – Hva´så?

Filed under: Danmark, Demografi, EAD, EU, Europa, Immigration, Islam, Politik, Politisk korrekte, Tyrkiet, UK — Hodja @ 20:28

Jack Straw calls for 70m Turks to join EU to prove ‘West and Islam can live together’

Jack Straw yesterday called for Turkey to be allowed to join the EU to prove the West and Islam can live peacefully side by side.

Other EU members, including France, have reservations over Turkey – whose 70million population is almost exclusively Muslim – being granted membership amid continuing human rights abuses.

During a visit to Istanbul, the Justice Secretary said he was “frustrated with the difficulties being placed in the way” of Turkey joining the EU.

Full membership would allow Turkish citizens full rights to work and live in the UK, where many have strong family ties, without visas.

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Fængsel i 3 år for ‘forfalsket identitet’

Filed under: Afrika, Ægypten, Islam, Jura, Koran, Kriminalitet, Kristne, Muslim World, Shariah — Hodja @ 20:18

An Egyptian Christian woman has been jailed for three years because her father’s brief conversion to Islam 45 years ago made her legally a Muslim while her official papers said she was Christian, her lawyer said on Thursday.

Shadia Nagui Ibrahim, 47, was charged with fraud for stating Christianity as her religion on her marriage certificate, unaware that her father’s conversion to Islam in 1962 had made her officially a Muslim, Michael Maurice said.

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Vagina fornærmer islam

Iran’s ambassador to Mexico angrily demanded that a Moroccan artist withdraw from an art exhibition a photograph he deems offensive to Islam, before it provokes a diplomatic crisis, exhibition organizers and media reports said Thursday.

The photograph of a vagina covered by a Mosque-like dome “is considered an offense to Islam” by Ambassador Mohammad Hassan Ghadiri Abyaneh, and “he has addressed his protest to [the artist] Fouad Bellamine … asking him to withdraw it,” an organizer of the Puebla Festival said.

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Jeg kan desværre ikke finde et billede af kunstværket.

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Hvor mange piskeslag – og til hvem?

Filed under: Feminisme, Immigration, Kriminalitet, Labaner, Muslim World, Norge — Hodja @ 15:55

Dagbladet kjenner til at det har vært uenighet i politiet om hvordan saken skulle etterforskes.

Enkelte mente at motivet for den angivelige gruppevoldtekten har vært somalisk kultur og klantilhørighet, mens andre har manet til forsiktighet om å bruke disse argumentene i etterforskningen.

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Hvad mener ‘enkelte’? At forbrydelserne er undskyldelige – fordi de er kulturelt betingede? Er de tider ikke forbi, hvor man var så blåøjede at sige sådan?

Hvad foregår der her?

Filed under: Jihad, Sverige — Hodja @ 13:12

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Indsendt af PE.

Det er her det er fra: Norra Grängesbergsgatan

Om det australske valg

Filed under: Australien, Demografi, Immigration, Islam, Politik, Politisk korrekte — Hodja @ 00:43

The problem that dare not speak its name – ISLAM

Belgien: Akut mangel på terrorisme efterforskere

Filed under: Europa, Holland, Jura, Kriminalitet, Terrorism — Hodja @ 00:05

The federal public prosecutor, Johan Delmulle, has made an urgent call for more detectives to investigate terrorism leads and allegations.

Of the 103 investigators that were promised, only about 30 have actually been hired.

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Tysk læge får ret til at bære pistol på lægevagt

Filed under: Dommere, Europa, Jura, Kriminalitet, Læger, Tyskland, Våben, Vold — Hodja @ 00:02

A doctor who says he treats people on some of Germany’s meanest streets won a court victory Friday over police who wanted to take away his gun.

The doctor said he sometimes had to treat crazed drug addicts and disturbed patients waving weapons when paying emergency house calls at night in the small city of Soest in western Germany.

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