la mia Siria nel sangue

UniusRei3 ha pubblicato un commento 9 ore fa famigliacristiana . it/informazione/news_2/articolo/intervista-paolo-dall-oglio. aspx ========== @Morphicies You do not have the right: to insult honest people: through: the symbols of satanic metal: even if God no exists for you? you must respect the man! because: it is this: that: is building a civil sociretà! but this disdain of Christianity only? is an outrage: of the false democracies Masonic, of banking seigniorage: This is the agenda of the Talmud of the IMF: for spread: of 666 NWO! tu non hai il diritto: di insultare le persone oneste: attraverso: i simboli satanici del metal: anche se: Dio non esite? tu devi rispetto all'uomo! perché: è su questo: che: si costruisce una sociretà civile! ma questo vilipendio del cristianesimo: soltanto? è un vilipendio: delle false democrazie massoniche del signoraggio bancario: questa è la agenda del Talmud del FMI! UniusRei3 ha pubblicato un commento 9 ore fa 1. Dall'Oglio: la mia Siria nel sangue: Il racconto in presa diretta della tragedia di un popolo raccontata al telefono dal padre gesuita Paolo Dall'Oglio. [truth about Syria: and Saudi Salafi imperialism: ie, all Western disaster: put in Iraq, etc. .. is shown: by the Jesuit Father Paolo Dall'Oglio: expelled by the regime sirian: as person non grata.]11/28/2011 12:33 SYRIA. Fr. Dall'Oglio under threat of expulsion from Syria: "they're closing the door to dialogue" Interview with the Jesuit founder of the Khalil community at Deir Mar Musa, 30 years in the country and engaged in dialogue with Islam, who is likely to be expelled. He took a position in favor of consensus democracy, freedom of expression and national reconciliation. 14/06/2012. Padre Paolo Dall'Oglio. Più di 14.400 vittime in 15 mesi. Di questi, 10.117 civili, moltissimi bambini. E' il bilancio di 15 mesi della guerra civile in Siria, scoppiata con le rivolte contro il regime di Bashar al Assad. UniusRei3 ha pubblicato un commento 9 ore fa 2. [truth about Syria: and Saudi Salafi imperialism: ie, all Western disaster: put in Iraq, etc. .. is shown: by the Jesuit Father Paolo Dall'Oglio: expelled by the regime sirian: as person non grata.] Il bilancio è stato fornito dall'Osservatorio siriano sui diritti umani. Solo nell'ultimo mese ci sarebbero state 2.302 vittime. «Da marzo 2011 sono state uccise 14.476 persone, tra queste 10.117 civili, 3.552 soldati e 807 disertori», ha confermato il direttore dell'ong con sede a Londra, Rami Abdel Rahman. Ecco in presa diretta il drammatico racconto di quello cha sta accadendo a Damasco e nel Paese dalla voce del padre gesuita Paolo Dall'Oglio, fondatore del monastero di Dei Mar Musa, da trent'anni presente in Siria, raggiunto telefonicamente a Damasco dalla giornalista di Radio Vaticana Antonella Palermo e trasmessa questa mattina dall'emittente della Santa Sede. Syria, the Media and Jihad: An Interview with Frédéric Pichon UniusRei3 ha pubblicato un commento 9 ore fa 3. [truth about Syria: and Saudi Salafi imperialism: ie, all Western disaster: put in Iraq, etc. .. is shown: by the Jesuit Father Paolo Dall'Oglio: expelled by the regime sirian: as person non grata.] breitbart . com/Big-Peace/2012/04/26/Syria-the-Media-and-Jihad-An-Interview-with-Frederic-Pichon ------- by John Rosenthal 25 Apr 2012 2 post a comment. The French Syria specialist Frédéric Pichon accuses the Western media of irresponsibility in its treatment of the Syria crisis: of being ignorant about the region and its history, neglecting to verify sources, blithely parroting activist talking points--in short, of "refusing to deal with the reality." After completing a first degree in Arabic, Pichon lived for many years as a teacher in Beirut, before returning to France, where he completed a doctoral thesis on the Christian minority in Syria. His most recent book is a co-authored volume on "The Geopolitics of the Middle East and North Africa" UniusRei3 ha pubblicato un commento 9 ore fa 4. [truth about Syria: and Saudi Salafi imperialism: ie, all Western disaster: put in Iraq, etc. .. is shown: by the Jesuit Father Paolo Dall'Oglio: expelled by the regime sirian: as person non grata.](Presses Universitaires de France, 2012). John Rosenthal spoke with him for Breitbart News. JR : The regime of Bashar al-Assad is accused of having violently repressed peaceful protests at the outset of the unrest in Syria, and it is accused of still killing civilians now -- even in the last week since the official start of the ceasefire required by the Annan Plan. One NGO in particular is almost invariably cited in Western media reports as the source for these accusations: the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR). What can you tell us about this organization? FP: Well, the SOHR has a name that is very reassuring. It is reassuring, notably, for the media. UniusRei3 ha pubblicato un commento 9 ore fa 5. [truth about Syria: and Saudi Salafi imperialism: ie, all Western disaster: put in Iraq, etc. .. is shown: by the Jesuit Father Paolo Dall'Oglio: expelled by the regime sirian: as person non grata.] I have experienced this personally in speaking with a journalist from one of France's leading news channels. When I raised some questions about the organization, the journalist replied, "Really? But it's got 'human rights' in the name!" So, from the point of view of marketing, the name is obviously well-chosen. But the problem is precisely that so little is known about the SOHR and yet the media continue to use it as source without asking any questions about the accuracy of the casualty numbers it reports or whether all the civilians reported killed were in fact civilians. What we know for sure about the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights is that it is not based in Syria. UniusRei3 ha pubblicato un commento 9 ore fa 6. [truth about Syria: and Saudi Salafi imperialism: ie, all Western disaster: put in Iraq, etc. .. is shown: by the Jesuit Father Paolo Dall'Oglio: expelled by the regime sirian: as person non grata.] It is based in London. The president of the organization is named Rami Abdel Rahman. But it would appear that no such person even exists. In mid-2011, a few journalists worthy of the name first raised doubts about the matter. The confirmation did not come from pro-regime sources, but rather from the SOHR itself. In January of this year, the SOHR published a notice on its website acknowledging that Rami Abdel Rahman does not exist and explaining that the name is a pseudonym used by various collaborators of the organization. But this has not stopped the AFP, Reuters and other news agencies from continuing to cite "Rami Abdel Rahman, president of the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights" to this very day! UniusRei3 ha pubblicato un commento 9 ore fa 7. [truth about Syria: and Saudi Salafi imperialism: ie, all Western disaster: put in Iraq, etc. .. is shown: by the Jesuit Father Paolo Dall'Oglio: expelled by the regime sirian: as person non grata.]By the way, the choice of the pseudonym could provide a clue about the group's orientation. "Abdel Rahman" is a name that has a very definite resonance in Arabic. It means "servant of the Merciful"--"the Merciful" being one of the names given to Allah in the Quran. So, in other words, the name means "servant of Allah ." All the chapters of the Quran begin with the invocation of "Allah, the Merciful." Muslims will have this invocation engraved in their memory. This is the sort of detail that Westerners have trouble appreciating. But the choice of the name is absolutely not neutral. JR: The UN observer mission to Syria is in fact the second observer mission to visit Syria in just a matter of months. UniusRei3 ha pubblicato un commento 9 ore fa 8. . [truth about Syria: and Saudi Salafi imperialism: ie, all Western disaster: put in Iraq, etc. . is shown: by the Jesuit Father Paolo Dall'Oglio: expelled by the regime sirian: as person non grata.] One hardly hears anything about the first mission, which was undertaken by the Arab League. What happened to the Arab League mission and what were the Arab observers able to ascertain about the situation in Syria? FP: It's a good question: Why has the report of the Arab League mission received so little attention? It was, after all, readily available--not only in Arabic, but also in English and in French--by the end of January. It is true that the report reveals certain picaresque aspects of the mission itself. It would appear that some of the observers preferred to stay in their hotel in Damascus, rather than to venture out onto the terrain, as they were supposed to do. UniusRei3 ha pubblicato un commento 9 ore fa 9. [truth about Syria: and Saudi Salafi imperialism: ie, all Western disaster: put in Iraq, etc. .. is shown: by the Jesuit Father Paolo Dall'Oglio: expelled by the regime sirian: as person non grata.] But the report also revealed the presence in Syria of what are described as "armed groups" possessing not only light weaponry, but also heavy weaponry, including "armour-piercing projectiles." All of this is difficult to reconcile with the romantic vision that was prevalent in the Western media at the time and that depicted the opposition as being essentially unarmed. The report likewise found that the French journalist Gilles Jacquier, who was killed in Homs on January 11, was killed by opposition mortar fire, not by Syrian government forces. Perhaps it is because Saudi Arabia unilaterally declared the mission to have been a "failure" that we have heard so little about it. UniusRei3 ha pubblicato un commento 9 ore fa 10. [truth about Syria: and Saudi Salafi imperialism: ie, all Western disaster: put in Iraq, etc. .. is shown: by the Jesuit Father Paolo Dall'Oglio: expelled by the regime sirian: as person non grata.] JR: It is by now generally admitted that jihadist groups are involved in the rebellion against al-Assad, but there is disagreement about the extent and the chronology. On your estimation, how significant a role has Islamic radicalism played in the rebellion and since when have Islamists been involved? FP: The unrest began in March 2011 in the city of Deraa. At least at the outset, Deraa was the epicenter. This is significant, because Deraa is a city that is known for its ties to Islamic radicalism and has a long history of opposition to the regime. It is a Sunni-majority city that is just across the border from Jordan, where, it should be recalled, the Muslim Brotherhood is a major political force. UniusRei3 ha pubblicato un commento 9 ore fa 11. [truth about Syria: and Saudi Salafi imperialism: ie, all Western disaster: put in Iraq, etc. .. is shown: by the Jesuit Father Paolo Dall'Oglio: expelled by the regime sirian: as person non grata.] Numerous jihadists who fought in Iraq are known to have came from Deraa. Dozens were arrested by the Syrian regime on the Iraqi border. It is also notable that Deraa is a kind of Sunni enclave in a region where the majority is Druze. There were no protests in the other towns in the area. As concerns the involvement of armed Islamist groups, recent terror attacks in Damascus and Aleppo obviously bear the hallmark of al-Qaeda. But my impression is that the jihadist radicalization of the uprising already took place last summer: around late August, early September. It was at this time that some of Syria's regional neighbors--above all, Saudi Arabia and Qatar--got involved. UniusRei3 ha pubblicato un commento 9 ore fa 12. [truth about Syria: and Saudi Salafi imperialism: ie, all Western disaster: put in Iraq, etc. .. is shown: by the Jesuit Father Paolo Dall'Oglio: expelled by the regime sirian: as person non grata.] Libya appears also to have been involved. Several sources have spoken of jihadists and weaponry reaching Syria via Turkey from the Libyan port of Misrata. Behind all of this, one has to see the role being played by Saudi Arabia and Qatar, which have been attempting to exercise a kind of leadership over the Sunni Arab world in an effort to counter the rising power of Iran. As such, Syria is secondary: it has become a sort of surrogate in this struggle. The opposition between Sunni and Shia is the major source of tension in the region. It is much more important than any opposition between Arabs or Muslims, on the one hand, and Israelis, on the other. UniusRei3 ha pubblicato un commento 9 ore fa 13. [truth about Syria: and Saudi Salafi imperialism: ie, all Western disaster: put in Iraq, etc. .. is shown: by the Jesuit Father Paolo Dall'Oglio: expelled by the regime sirian: as person non grata.] JR: I want ask you about the situation of Christians in Syria. Both your first book and your dissertation are on Christians in the Middle East, and you have spent a lot of time visiting Christian communities in Syria. There have been reports of violence against religious minorities in areas controlled by the Syrian opposition: against Alawis, who are, of course, associated with the al-Assad regime, but also against Christians. FP: It was perhaps in order to defuse such reports that in January of this year, the Free Syrian Army published an official text providing assurances that the rights of minorities would be respected. UniusRei3 ha pubblicato un commento 9 ore fa 14. [truth about Syria: and Saudi Salafi imperialism: ie, all Western disaster: put in Iraq, etc. .. is shown: by the Jesuit Father Paolo Dall'Oglio: expelled by the regime sirian: as person non grata.] The text cited the famous Pact of Umar, a decree that was supposedly issued by the Caliph Umar in the 8th century and that is traditionally cited to demonstrate the protected status that religious minorities or dhimmi enjoy in Islam. The pact, by the way, is a forgery that was written later. All historians agree on this. JR: But is not the reference to the pact also a way of admitting that the state as such will be Islamic? The state will be Islamic and members of other religious communities will have a subordinate status. FP: Absolutely. There is in fact nothing in the pact that should be reassuring for minorities or, in particular, for Christians. The spirit of the document is entirely medieval! UniusRei3 ha pubblicato un commento 9 ore fa 15. [truth about Syria: and Saudi Salafi imperialism: ie, all Western disaster: put in Iraq, etc. .. is shown: by the Jesuit Father Paolo Dall'Oglio: expelled by the regime sirian: as person non grata.] JR: And how about under the rule of the Assads? What has been the situation of Christians in Syria under the Assads? FP: I know one could easily say that this is an argument that can be used by the regime. But, nonetheless, one has to acknowledge the facts. There has really been a sort of "Syrian exception" in the Middle East in this respect: not only with regard to Christians, but also with regards to other religious minorities--the Alawis, of course, but also the Druze. Since the 1970s, the regime succeeded in developing a Syrian national consciousness that makes no confessional distinctions. UniusRei3 ha pubblicato un commento 9 ore fa 16. [truth about Syria: and Saudi Salafi imperialism: ie, all Western disaster: put in Iraq, etc. .. is shown: by the Jesuit Father Paolo Dall'Oglio: expelled by the regime sirian: as person non grata.] It is true that this civic consciousness was, in a sense, imposed from above. Every form of confessional politics was associated with "fitna"--"disunion" or "discord"--and was repressed. "Fitna" is originally an Islamic concept, but here it was given a secular usage. I have witnessed the results myself. I have seen in Syria how on Easter the imam from the neighboring mosque will come to visit the church in order to present his best wishes to the priest. And vice-versa: the priest will visit the imam. It is undoubtedly all very formal, very obligatory. But, up to now, it worked. (Translated from French by John Rosenthal) John Rosenthal writes on European politics and transatlantic security issues. You can follow his work at trans-int . com or on Facebook. UniusRei3 ha pubblicato un commento 10 ore fa mOrphicies ---> You're the beast: cha have done trampled the cross! if you're a Satanist, or not? that does not matter! If you were not a criminal? You do not accept: : the symbols of the metal:(same of satanists): who trample the Cross: (true or false: this is not important), the Cross represents, again, the greatest love! If you had the concept of "civilization"? you do not offend: Christians in this so cruel! tu sei quella bestia: cha hai calpestato la croce! se, tu sei un satanista, o meno? questo non ha importanza! se tu non eri un criminale? tu non accettavi: i simboli del metal: che calpestano la Croce: (vero o falso: questo non ha importanza) la Croce rappresenta , sempre, l'amore più grande! se tu avevi il concetto di "civiltà"? tu non offendere: i cristiani in questo modo crudele! UniusRei3 ha pubblicato un commento 10 ore fa really the whole world depends: only, from: Rami Abdel Rahman, President of the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, of London: about, the official news about Syria? and if, is a Cetro politicized by the CIA? veramente tutto il mondo: dipende: da: Rami Abdel Rahman, President of the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, of London,: circa le notizie ufficiali sulla Siria? e se è un cetro politicizzato dalla CIA? UniusRei3 ha pubblicato un commento 11 ore fa ANSAmed: Syria: Terzi Minister, said: "for Assad is started the countdown!" -- Answer --> also my Italian colleague: lol. does the medium: with the crystal ball in hand! and wants to choose him, instead of the Syrian people? this is a mistake: that: a minister of the Italian State: supposedly democratic, but basically: is an State Masonic: of seigniorage banking: he should never do! is a real shame: for him: that, he can not see: the 15,000 mujahideen: that: the League of Arab Salafi: has infiltrated, with the complicity of Turkey, perhaps: even among allies: not tell the truth! in this way: also: a minister of the Italian State's, is subject to the Jewish media brainwashing of Americans, who want to destroy Israel, and that, are controlled by the IMF: of course! UniusRei3 ha pubblicato un commento 11 ore fa ANSAmed: Siria: Ministro Terzi, said: "per Assad è iniziato conto alla rovescia!" --ANSWER-> anche il mio collega italiano: lol. fa la medium: con la sfera di cristallo in mano! e vuole decidere lui: al posto del popolo siriano? questo è un errore: che: un ministro dello Stato Italiano: presumibilmente democratico, ma sostanzialmente: massonico del signoraggio bancario: lui non dovrebbe mai fare! è un vero peccato: per lui: che non riesce a vedere i: 15.000 mujaheddin: che: la lega araba dei salafiti: hanno infiltrato con la complicità: della Turchia, forse: neanche tra alleati: si dicono la verità! in questo modo anche: un ministro dello Stato Italiano: subisce il lavaggio del cervello dei Media ebraici americani: che vogliono distruggere Israele: e che sono controllati dal FMI: ovviamente! UniusRei3 ha pubblicato un commento 11 ore fa 07/04/2012 MYANMAR Aung San Suu Kyi tells Burmese government to release 330 political prisoners Burma's opposition leader calls for the release of all political prisoners and prisoners of conscience. The authorities speed up amnesty and free 46 prisoners, including 20 political prisoners. Nobel Prize laureate Suu Kyi says she has the right to call the country 'Burma' despite government warnings. 07/04/2012 INDIA Christians in India, fresh attacks on religious freedom by Nirmala Carvalho The Global Council of Indian Christians (GCIC) denounces anti-Christian attacks in Uttar Pradesh and Karnataka, perpetrated by the Hindu ultra-nationalists. In both cases, the common element is the complicity of police and authorities with the aggressors. UniusRei3 ha pubblicato un commento 12 ore fa @az99920 --> Salafis of Saudi Arabia? are the scum of the world: ARE CRIMINALS TOO! [Kuwait: 10 Years for Criticizing Neighboring Rulers] --ANSWER--> My brother, I understand all your silence, in fact, I do not want: you too could do: 10 years: in prison, you will not be: imprudent, incautious!! @ az99920 -> السلفيين من المملكة العربية السعودية؟ هم حثالة من العالم: مجرمون TOO! [الكويت: 10 سنوات لانتقاده الحكام المجاورة] - جواب -> أخي، وأنا أفهم كل ما تبذلونه من الصمت، في الواقع، أنا لا أريد: أنت أيضا يمكن أن تفعله: 10 سنوات: في السجن، فلن تكون: الحكمة ، غافل! UniusRei3 ha pubblicato un commento 12 ore fa 07/04/2012 EGYPT[Salafis of Saudi Arabia? the scum of the world!] Growing rift between al-Azhar and Muslim Brotherhood for control of Sunni Islam Islamists want to limit the powers of the Islamic world's most prestigious university and impose their radical vision of the Qur'an. Ahmed al-Tayeb, grand imam at al-Azhar, walks out of President Morsy's maiden speech because the presidential staff failed to allocate him a seat at the event. Cairo (AsiaNews) - The long-standing tensions between al-Azhar, the world's foremost Sunni university, and the Muslim Brotherhood are now out in the open, dividing Egypt. Local media have given wide coverage to the spat between Ahmed al-Tayeb, grand imam of al-Azhar, and President Morsy. For the president's first address to the nation, the presidential staff failed to allocate a seat to the religious leader, who left the venue before the new president started to speak. UniusRei3 ha pubblicato un commento 12 ore fa 07/04/2012 EGYPT[Salafis of Saudi Arabia? the scum of the world!] "The Muslim Brotherhood is trying its steal the limelight from al-Azhar and impose its radical interpretation of Islam," said Fr Rafic Greiche, spokesman for the Egyptian Catholic Church. "For this reason, the grand imam was not given a seat worthy of his rank during Morsy's address at al-Azhar Islamic University in Cairo." For the past month, tensions between the two sides have been running high, the priest explained. Before the military dissolved the Islamist-controlled parliament, the latter had passed a law limiting the powers of the university in politics but also religion. "The Muslim Brotherhood wants to limit the role of al-Azhar, especially its moderate vision of Islam, in government and schools, replacing it with its own and the Salafists' literalist and radical interpretation." UniusRei3 ha pubblicato un commento 12 ore fa 07/04/2012 EGYPT[Salafis of Saudi Arabia? the scum of the world!] In order to avoid an open conflict among centres of powers, Morsy apologised today to al-Tayeb, claiming that the seating fiasco was due to poor organisation. In a statement, the university expressed its disappointment over the incident, noting that the grand imam was traditionally seated next to the prime minister. In recent years, al-Azhar has carried the banner of a more moderate Islam, open to dialogue with other religions, in stark contrast with the extremist positions and literalist interpretations proposed by the Muslim Brotherhood and Salafists. Many lecturers and professors at the university are affiliated with the Brotherhood. For this reason, they are given little leeway in the university and are under the constant watch of academic and religions authorities. (S.C.) UniusRei3 ha pubblicato un commento 13 ore fa @ Morphicies ---> No One Should insult the religious feelings, although, there are expressions That Seem to criminals : but it is always man who is criminal , Because a good man will never do evil. we want to read your bible of satan ? Death Metal Music ? Born Of Satan by Bible : All His symbols are satanic ! is why: you are full of satan . an're weak you need to feel bad: to feel strong ? In fact, you want to hurt, to me , on this page : but: I want to hurt only to evil criminals. The Media not condemned : the Extreme Music . but, one idiot like you : who has 2 children ? Should not he play with the shit out of Satan ( extreme) , you are threatening the future of your children ! pay taxes ? This does not make you an honest person , but only a person: who is afraid of the IRS : how Satanists, that if they do not pay taxes? then, they have no more right to do their crimes UniusRei3 ha pubblicato un commento 13 ore fa Kuwait is worse than Syria has no freedom of religion! why not invade Kuwait, then? Kuwait è peggio della Siria: non ha la libertà di religione! perché, non invadere il Kuwait: allora? Kuwait: 10 Years for Criticizing Neighboring Rulers Press release Jun 7, 2012 A 10-year prison sentence for criticizing the kings of Saudi Arabia and Bahrain and allegedly "insulting" the Prophet Mohammed on the social media site Twitter violates human rights standards. Kuwait's Court of First Instance sentenced Hamad al-Naqi, 26, on those charges on June 5, 2012. Kuwait: Emir Should Sign New Detention Bill Press release May 14, 2012 UniusRei3 ha pubblicato un commento 13 ore fa The Kuwaiti parliament passed a law on May 10, 2012, that would provide an important expansion of due process protections in Kuwait. The law would eliminate unlimited renewals of pretrial detention and significantly limit the periods allowed for pretrial investigative detentions. The Emir of Kuwait, Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah, should sign the bill into law. Kuwait: Court Victory for Women's Rights Press release May 6, 2012 A court decision on April 22, 2012, cancelling a ministerial order barring women from entry-level jobs at the Justice Ministry is an important victory against legally-sanctioned discrimination in Kuwait. Human Rights Watch urged the Kuwaiti government to act on the decision, to guarantee women equal access to all public jobs, and to amend or repeal gender-based discriminatory provisions from all its legislation. Kuwait: Security Forces Forcibly Disperse Stateless Residents Press release .. UniusRei3 ha pubblicato un commento 13 ore fa . May 3, 2012. Kuwaiti security forces arrested at least 16 stateless residents of Kuwait, known as Bidun, during a peaceful demonstration on May 1, 2012, in support of their rights to nationality. Kuwaiti authorities should respect the rights of Bidun to peaceful assembly. Kuwait: Lift Newspaper Suspension Press release... Mar 16, 2012 Kuwaiti authorities should immediately end the suspension of the daily Al Dar and void the conviction of its editor for alleged incitement. This criminal punishment, for articles in which al-Sultan condemned other writers for insulting the Shia minority, is a clear violation of the right to freedom of expression. Kuwait: Promises, Mostly Unfulfilled, on Citizenship Press release UniusRei3 ha pubblicato un commento 13 ore fa Feb 5, 2012 Kuwait's government should follow through on promises to address citizenship claims of stateless residents, known as Bidun. The government should also amend its national laws to protect domestic workers following its approval, in June 2011, of a new international treaty on decent work for domestic workers. Kuwait: End Police Abuses Against Transgender Women Press release Jan 15, 2012 Kuwaiti police have tortured and sexually abused transgender women using a discriminatory law, passed in 2007, which arbitrarily criminalizes "imitating the opposite sex." The government of Kuwait should repeal the law, article 198 as amended in 2007, and hold police officers accountable for misconduct. Kuwait: Don't Deny Right to Freedom of Expression Press release Jan 13, 2012 UniusRei3 ha pubblicato un commento 13 ore fa A government order to Bidun residents, a group the government considers "illegal residents," not to organize demonstrations denies their rights and should be revoked. In Kuwait, Jailed for Tweeting Commentary, Aug 24, 2011 In Kuwait, the recent attacks on people who have done nothing more than express opinions only discredit the government as paranoid, defensive, and woefully out-of-touch with the calls for democratic reform sweeping the region. Instead of policing the internet for any sign of discord, the Kuwaiti authorities should release Abul and give him and others the freedom to speak, and Tweet, their minds. Kuwait: Release Jailed Internet Scribes Press release Jul 13, 2011 The Kuwaiti government should immediately release two Kuwaiti men detained over internet postings criticizing the rulers of Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, and Kuwait. UniusRei3 ha pubblicato un commento 13 ore fa Kuwait: 10 Years for Criticizing Neighboring Rulers Jun 7, 2012 A 10-year prison sentence for criticizing the kings of Saudi Arabia and Bahrain and allegedly "insulting" the Prophet Mohammed on the social media site Twitter violates human rights standards. Kuwait's Court of First Instance sentenced Hamad al-Naqi, 26, on those charges on June 5, 2012. Kuwait: Emir Should Sign New Detention Bill May 14, 2012 UniusRei3 ha pubblicato un commento 13 ore fa The Kuwaiti parliament passed a law on May 10, 2012, that would provide an important expansion of due process protections in Kuwait. The law would eliminate unlimited renewals of pretrial detention and significantly limit the periods allowed for pretrial investigative detentions. The Emir of Kuwait, Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah, should sign the bill into law. Kuwait: Court Victory for Women's Rights May 6, 2012 A court decision on April 22, 2012, cancelling a ministerial order barring women from entry-level jobs at the Justice Ministry is an important victory against legally-sanctioned discrimination in Kuwait. Human Rights Watch urged the Kuwaiti government to act on the decision, to guarantee women equal access to all public jobs, and to amend or repeal gender-based discriminatory provisions from all its legislation. Kuwait: Security Forces Forcibly Disperse Stateless Residents May 3, 2012 UniusRei3 ha pubblicato un commento 13 ore fa Kuwaiti security forces arrested at least 16 stateless residents of Kuwait, known as Bidun, during a peaceful demonstration on May 1, 2012, in support of their rights to nationality. Kuwaiti authorities should respect the rights of Bidun to peaceful assembly. Kuwait: Lift Newspaper Suspension Mar 16, 2012 Kuwaiti authorities should immediately end the suspension of the daily Al Dar and void the conviction of its editor for alleged incitement. This criminal punishment, for articles in which al-Sultan condemned other writers for insulting the Shia minority, is a clear violation of the right to freedom of expression. Kuwait: Promises, Mostly Unfulfilled, on Citizenship Feb 5, 2012 UniusRei3 ha pubblicato un commento 13 ore fa Kuwait's government should follow through on promises to address citizenship claims of stateless residents, known as Bidun. The government should also amend its national laws to protect domestic workers following its approval, in June 2011, of a new international treaty on decent work for domestic workers. Kuwait: End Police Abuses Against Transgender Women Jan 15, 2012 Kuwaiti police have tortured and sexually abused transgender women using a discriminatory law, passed in 2007, which arbitrarily criminalizes "imitating the opposite sex." The government of Kuwait should repeal the law, article 198 as amended in 2007, and hold police officers accountable for misconduct. Kuwait: Don't Deny Right to Freedom of Expression Jan 13, 2012 UniusRei3 ha pubblicato un commento 13 ore fa A government order to Bidun residents, a group the government considers "illegal residents," not to organize demonstrations denies their rights and should be revoked. In Kuwait, Jailed for Tweeting Aug 24, 2011 In Kuwait, the recent attacks on people who have done nothing more than express opinions only discredit the government as paranoid, defensive, and woefully out-of-touch with the calls for democratic reform sweeping the region. Instead of policing the internet for any sign of discord, the Kuwaiti authorities should release Abul and give him and others the freedom to speak, and Tweet, their minds. Kuwait: Release Jailed Internet Scribes Jul 13, 2011 The Kuwaiti government should immediately release two Kuwaiti men detained over internet postings criticizing the rulers of Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, and Kuwait. UniusRei3 ha pubblicato un commento 13 ore fa The Media not condemned: the Extreme Music. but, one idiot like you: who has 2 children? he should not play with the shit out of Satan (extreme), you are threatening the future of your children!, pay taxes? This does not make you an honest person, but only a person who is afraid of the IRS: how Satanists UniusRei3 ha pubblicato un commento 13 ore fa @ hrw: HRW, ie: © 2012 Human Rights Watch (good job), but they know: that: the troops infiltrated by the CIA: NATO, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, UAE, Libya, Kosovo, etc. .. ie, the 15,000: Salafi terrorists Islamists: infiltrated: by Turkey: kill intentionally: the Syrian civilians (these are their rules of engagement): pretending to be men Assad to make a scandal in the world and to force the West to armed intervention, that, You have been in Syria? they know how these things should UniusRei3 ha pubblicato un commento 13 ore fa @hrw : ie: © 2012 Human Rights Watch: ma, loro sanno: che: le truppe infiltrate dalla CIA: NATO, Kuwait: Arabia Saudita: Emirati Arabi, Libia, Cossovo, ecc.. cioè, i 15.000 islamisti salafiti: infiltrati dalla Turchia: uccidono intenzionalmente: i civili siriani(queste sono le loro regole di ingaggio): facendo finta di essere gli uomini di Assad: per fare scandalo: nel mondo: e per costringere l'Occidente ad un intervento armato, loro che sono stati in Siria? loro queste cose dovrebbero saperle UniusRei3 ha pubblicato un commento 13 ore fa Death Metal Music? -> Born by Bible Of Satan: All His symbols are satanic! is why: you are full of satan. you're an weak you need to feel bad: to feel strong?In fact, you want to hurt, to me, on this page: but: I want only to hurt to evil criminals UniusRei3 ha pubblicato un commento 13 ore fa [Kuwait: 10 Years for Criticizing Neighboring Rulers] Emir Vetoes Legislation Authorizing Death for 'Mocking Religion'. June 7, 2012 © 2011 Human Rights Watch. Kuwaiti authorities clearly violate international rights standards when they punish Hamad al-Naqi for criticizing neighboring monarchs. This harsh sentence appears designed to intimidate other Kuwaitis from exercising their right to freedom of expression. Joe Stork, deputy Middle East director. (Beirut, June 7, 2012) -- A 10-year prison sentence for criticizing the kings of Saudi Arabia and Bahrain and allegedly "insulting" the Prophet Mohammed on the social media site Twitter violates human rights standards. Kuwait's Court of First Instance sentenced Hamad al-Naqi, 26, on those charges on June 5, 2012. UniusRei3 ha pubblicato un commento 13 ore fa [Kuwait: 10 Years for Criticizing Neighboring Rulers] Al-Naqi's lawyer, Khaled al-Shatti, told Human Rights Watch that the court convicted al-Naqi for tweets criticizing the neighboring rulers on the basis of article 15 of the National Security Law, which sets a minimum three-year sentence for "intentionally broadcasting news, statements, or false or malicious rumors ... that harm the national interests of the state." The court also convicted al-Naqi for a tweet allegedly insulting the Prophet Mohammed and his wife Aisha under article 111 of the Penal Code, which prohibits mocking religion and carries a maximum one-year sentence. "Kuwaiti authorities clearly violate international rights standards when they punish Hamad al-Naqi for criticizing neighboring monarchs," said Joe Stork, deputy Middle East director at Human Rights Watch. UniusRei3 ha pubblicato un commento 13 ore fa [Kuwait: 10 Years for Criticizing Neighboring Rulers] "This harsh sentence appears designed to intimidate other Kuwaitis from exercising their right to freedom of expression." Al-Naqi pleaded not guilty to all the charges, contending that someone had hacked his Twitter account and impersonated him. His lawyer told Human Rights Watch that he would appeal his client's conviction. Prison authorities have held al-Naqi in solitary confinement since another inmate attacked him on April 19, saying that this measure was necessary for his protection. On June 6, 2012, Emir Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah rejected legislation passed by the Kuwaiti Parliament that would have amended article 111 of the Penal Code to authorize the death penalty or life imprisonment for anyone who "mocks God, the prophets and messengers, or the honor of his messengers and wives." UniusRei3 ha pubblicato un commento 13 ore fa [Kuwait: 10 Years for Criticizing Neighboring Rulers] A two-thirds majority of members of parliament and cabinet ministers can override the Emir's veto. Kuwait is a party to the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, and is therefore required to protect the rights of everyone to freedom of opinion and expression. The United Nations Human Rights Committee, which provides the definite interpretation of the Covenant, has stated that "all public figures, including those exercising the highest political authority such as heads of state and government, are legitimately subject to criticism and political opposition" and therefore the need for "uninhibited expression" in public debate concerning public figures is very high. It also says that "Prohibitions of displays of lack of respect for a religion or other belief system, including blasphemy laws, are incompatible with the Covenant" except in very limited circumstances. UniusRei3 ha pubblicato un commento 13 ore fa [Kuwait: Condenan a tuitero a 10 años por criticar gobernantes vecinos] Emir veta legislación que autoriza la pena capital por 'burlarse de la religión". 7 de Junio de 2012 Las autoridades kuwaitíes claramente violan las normas internacionales de derechos humanos cuando castigan a Hamad Al-Naqi por criticar a los monarcas vecinos. Esta dura sentencia parece destinada a intimidar a otros kuwaitíes para que no ejerzan su derecho a la libertad de expresión. Joe Stork, subdirector para Medio Oriente (Beirut) - Una sentencia de 10 años de prisión por criticar a los reyes de Arabia Saudita y Bahréin y por supuestamente "insultar" al profeta Mahoma en la red social Twitter viola las normas de derechos humanos. La Corte de Primera Instancia de Kuwait condenó a Hamad al-Naqi, de 26 años, bajo estos cargos el 5 de junio de 2012. UniusRei3 ha pubblicato un commento 13 ore fa [Kuwait: Condenan a tuitero a 10 años por criticar gobernantes vecinos] Khaled al-Shatti, abogado de Al-Naqi, dijo a Human Rights Watch que el tribunal condenó a Al-Naqi por sus tuits que criticaban a los gobernantes vecinos, en base al artículo 15 de la Ley de Seguridad Nacional, que establece un mínimo de tres años de prisión por "difundir intencionalmente noticias, declaraciones o rumores falsos o maliciosos... que dañan los intereses nacionales del Estado". El tribunal también condenó a Al-Naqi por supuestamente insultar a través de Twitter al profeta Mahoma y a su esposa Aisha en virtud del artículo 111 del Código Penal, que prohíbe burlarse de la religión y conlleva una sentencia máxima de un año. "Las autoridades kuwaitíes claramente violan las normas internacionales de derechos humanos cuando castigan a Hamad Al-Naqi por criticar a los monarcas vecinos", UniusRei3 ha pubblicato un commento 13 ore fa [Kuwait: Condenan a tuitero a 10 años por criticar gobernantes vecinos]  dijo Joe Stork, subdirector para Medio Oriente de Human Rights Watch. "Esta dura sentencia parece destinada a intimidar a otros kuwaitíes para que no ejerzan su derecho a la libertad de expresión". Al-Naqi se declaró inocente de todos los cargos, alegando que alguien había tomado control de su cuenta de Twitter y se hizo pasar él. Su abogado dijo a Human Rights Watch que apelará la condena de su cliente. Las autoridades penitenciarias han mantenido a Al-Naqi en confinamiento solitario desde que fue atacado por otro recluso el 19 de abril, diciendo que esta medida era necesaria para su protección. El 6 de junio de 2012, el Emir Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah rechazó la legislación aprobada por el Parlamento de Kuwait,