MIDDLE EAST

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 Nessuno Unius REI ha pubblicato un commento 1 secondo fa
MIDDLE EAST [tutto sbagliato, l'Islam teocratico: non permetterà al popolo, un ripensamento: contro gli islamisti, i copti saranno totalmente, sterminati, e Israele sarà costretto a trascinare il mondo nella III guerra mondiale, perché è questa la agenda del FMI] Unfinished: the Arab Spring's Islamic winter. by Samir Khalil Samir. Almost two years after the Arab uprising, the Middle East finds itself increasingly Islamist and increasingly violent. Yet the young people had fought for greater dignity and freedom. It is a job half done: freed of dictators, but still without full democracy. The great scholar of Islam Samir Khalil Samir offers his vision (Part One) Beirut (AsiaNews) - Sadness prevails in the Middle East over the turn that the Arab Spring is taking. The most significant image is that of young people these days peacefully besieging Mohamed Morsi's presidential palace in Heliopolis.

 Nessuno Unius REI ha pubblicato un commento 16 secondi fa
[all wrong, theocratic Islam: Do not allow, that, the people, can have an afterthought, against the Islamists, Copts will be totally exterminated, and Israel will be forced to drag the world into World War III, because that is the agenda: of the IMF: for his imperialism 666 322 NWO:  Islam will disappear!]] After nearly two years we are still at the starting point, faced with a fresh attempt at dictatorship. It seems that the Arab Spring has been swept away. In addition, there is an increasingly clear bias towards Islam. This is evident in Cairo, but also in Tunisia, Libya and Syria. The Arab Spring: bread, work and dignity! The Arab Spring was the first rebellion against regimes that were born from a military revolution which gradually gave way to full scale dictatorships. The protest movements that have emerged in the past two years are a sign that there is a consciousness among the Arabs that says:

 Nessuno Unius REI ha pubblicato un commento 26 secondi fa
[all wrong, theocratic Islam: Do not allow, that, the people, can have an afterthought, against the Islamists, Copts will be totally exterminated, and Israel will be forced to drag the world into World War III, because that is the agenda: of the IMF: for his imperialism 666 322 NWO: Islam will disappear!]] We are fed up, and the force was such that it overthrew these dictatorships. It was an improvised protest against poverty and unemployment, and for more freedom and dignity. But this is the destruens, destructive, successful part, backed by a willingness to change these countries. Now, however, it must be followed by the constructive part, based on the ability to build a better and democratic society. Egypt, the "Muslim Brotherhood" and Sunni fundamentalism But it seems almost impossible to build a democratic system:

 Nessuno Unius REI ha pubblicato un commento 37 secondi fa
[all wrong, theocratic Islam: Do not allow, that, the people, can have an afterthought, against the Islamists, Copts will be totally exterminated, and Israel will be forced to drag the world into World War III, because that is the agenda: of the IMF: for his imperialism 666 322 NWO: Islam will disappear!]] there are at least 3 generations that do not know what democracy is. In Egypt, until 1952 there was a weak monarchy that had delegated power to Britain. There was indeed a form of democracy, but for the rich and the wealthy, who failed to address social issues. Abdel Nasser exploited this very failing: his was a social revolution. Soon, however, we slipped from an authoritarian system under Nasser, to an increasingly dictatorial under Mubarak; for more than 60 years people have only learned to obey, not to think of any changes.

 Nessuno Unius REI ha pubblicato un commento 54 secondi fa
[all wrong, theocratic Islam: Do not allow, that, the people, can have an afterthought, against the Islamists, Copts will be totally exterminated, and Israel will be forced to drag the world into World War III, because that is the agenda: of the IMF: for his imperialism 666 322 NWO: Islam will disappear!]] Sometimes the government has dared to carry out some more or less beneficial reforms, as was the case in Egypt, Tunisia, Iraq, Syria. So we do not know what a democratic regime means, and we can not learn this in only two years! The long road to democracy. The problem now is to learn how to succeed in bringing democracy to laws and structures. But this can not be improvised. In fact, who took power? The more organized. The young people who carried out the revolution had no experience in government. They wanted to change and have changed, but failed to propose a party or political entity.

 Nessuno Unius REI ha pubblicato un commento 1 minuto fa
[all wrong, theocratic Islam: Do not allow, that, the people, can have an afterthought, against the Islamists, Copts will be totally exterminated, and Israel will be forced to drag the world into World War III, because that is the agenda: of the IMF: for his imperialism 666 322 NWO: Islam will disappear!]] Those who had experience, but belonged to the old regime were put aside. The only organizations left were that had been marginalized by the old regime, but active during the dictatorship, namely the Muslim Brotherhood. So with false promises, clever tricks, manipulation, the Muslim Brotherhood managed to climb to power. In addition, the fact that as much as 40% of the Egyptian population is illiterate has encouraged the Islamists enough to claim that their party is based on the divine law, sharia, and not atheism or human laws, to convince them.

 Nessuno Unius REI ha pubblicato un commento 1 minuto fa
[all wrong, theocratic Islam: Do not allow, that, the people, can have an afterthought, against the Islamists, Copts will be totally exterminated, and Israel will be forced to drag the world into World War III, because that is the agenda: of the IMF: for his imperialism 666 322 NWO: Islam will disappear!]] Therefore the fact that both that young and old have reacted by rejecting the absolute power of Morsi, is very important. People also realize that the problem is not only Morsi, but the entire Islamist movement. The current drama in Egypt - and the Middle East - is that everyone wants democracy, but we do not know what it is. We know what it is not democracy - such as the power structure of the Muslim Brotherhood - but we do not know how to define it. It might take decades to finally outline some positive social project.

 ForSomethin ha pubblicato un commento 1 minuto fa
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 Nessuno Unius REI ha pubblicato un commento 1 minuto fa
[all wrong, theocratic Islam: Do not allow, that, the people, can have an afterthought, against the Islamists, Copts will be totally exterminated, and Israel will be forced to drag the world into World War III, because that is the agenda: of the IMF: for his imperialism 666 322 NWO: Islam will disappear!]] But we can begin right now by helping prepare the ground work for full democracy. For example, until we have a higher illiteracy rate (more than 40%), there will be no democracy. Those who can not read, can not fully follow current affairs and depend on others for information, thus they do not have the ability to discern, to assess whether a proposal is constructive or not. The ordinary man and religious authority. On the other hand, the illiterate - usually the ordinary man - depends on religion, because in good faith, he believes that the things of God are the best. He has been repeatedly taught that the imams know what God wants, that sharia is the best legislation possible,

 Nessuno Unius REI ha pubblicato un commento 1 minuto fa
[all wrong, theocratic Islam: Do not allow, that, the people, can have an afterthought, against the Islamists, Copts will be totally exterminated, and Israel will be forced to drag the world into World War III, because that is the agenda: of the IMF: for his imperialism 666 322 NWO: Islam will disappear!]] that the Koran is the total perfection ... And so he listens to the imam, who tell him that the Koranic model is the best model for society, even if it is only promoted by Islamic fundamentalists. But he does not reflect on the fact that while this model may be perfect for the seventh century, for Saudi Arabia, a Bedouin society, it may not be so for a modern, industrialized, globalized economy. unfortunately, the Egyptians slavishly follow the imams and their interpretation of God. If one dares to ask, "Why pray? Why pray five times a day?" They all respond," It is God who wants it". And so people are silent.

 Nessuno Unius REI ha pubblicato un commento 2 minuti fa
[all wrong, theocratic Islam: Do not allow, that, the people, can have an afterthought, against the Islamists, Copts will be totally exterminated, and Israel will be forced to drag the world into World War III, because that is the agenda: of the IMF: for his imperialism 666 322 NWO: Islam will disappear!]] Long years of education are needed to change this subjection to the imams.The education system is based on memorization, not only of the Koran and some sayings of Muhammad, or of incomprehensible pre-Islamic poetry, but also history and even science and mathematics. Students in school today learn things by heart, but they do not learn to think in a personal way, to reflect. This will also take time. The essential test: the social challenge. Another important element will be the encounter between the Islamist proposal and the social situation.

 Nessuno Unius REI ha pubblicato un commento 2 minuti fa
[all wrong, theocratic Islam: Do not allow, that, the people, can have an afterthought, against the Islamists, Copts will be totally exterminated, and Israel will be forced to drag the world into World War III, because that is the agenda: of the IMF: for his imperialism 666 322 NWO: Islam will disappear!]] Now that the Muslim Brotherhood began to govern it will have to demonstrate that it can govern well, that the unemployment rate will decrease, the economy will improve. If this does not happen, people will reconsider the veracity of their promises. The Islamists have always said that Islam obliges us to justice, that the rich must help the poor. Their motto is "Islam is the solution" (Al-Islâm huwa l-hall). In response to every question: "Islam is the solution." The moment of confrontation has arrived: if in practice they do not change anything,

 Nessuno Unius REI ha pubblicato un commento 2 minuti fa
[all wrong, theocratic Islam: Do not allow, that, the people, can have an afterthought, against the Islamists, Copts will be totally exterminated, and Israel will be forced to drag the world into World War III, because that is the agenda: of the IMF: for his imperialism 666 322 NWO: Islam will disappear!]] then those claims will be proven to be no more than an empty ideology. And this will be a stage in the process that leads to democracy. These days Morsi is carrying out a sort of coup d'état: he has given himself complete power: executive, legislative and judicial. On 21 November, Mohamed al-Baradei, Nobel Laureate, former head of the International Atomic Energy Agency and founder of the Egyptian al-Dostour new party, said: "Mohamed Morsi has now usurped all the powers of the state and is in fact a self-proclaimed new Pharaoh". Then he approved the Constituent Assembly

 Nessuno Unius REI ha pubblicato un commento 2 minuti fa
[all wrong, theocratic Islam: Do not allow, that, the people, can have an afterthought, against the Islamists, Copts will be totally exterminated, and Israel will be forced to drag the world into World War III, because that is the agenda: of the IMF: for his imperialism 666 322 NWO: Islam will disappear!]] (devoid of many social partners, including Christians and liberals) and launched a lame referendum on the constitution... But it has provoked a huge reaction: this too is the beginning of democracy! The function of the army. What is somewhat surprising about the Egyptian revolution is that the army - which was supposed to be the secularizing strength within society - has remained totally silent before this Islamic wave. One suspects that this shift towards radical Islam suits the army; the United States,

 Nessuno Unius REI ha pubblicato un commento 3 minuti fa
[all wrong, theocratic Islam: Do not allow, that, the people, can have an afterthought, against the Islamists, Copts will be totally exterminated, and Israel will be forced to drag the world into World War III, because that is the agenda: of the IMF: for his imperialism 666 322 NWO: Islam will disappear!]] which is the major contributor to the army budget; Qatar and Imam Qaradawi, who was initially opposed to the Arab Spring, but now that all governments born of it are Islamists, supports them. To understand, we must admit that in Egypt the army follows whoever holds power and supports the military. If the Muslim Brotherhood guarantees the privileges the military has acquired, then the army in return will agree to support the new power. The military is not ideological, but practical. Now it realizes that the government is Islamist and it accepts it. It is a little different from the Turkish army, which is true instrument of Ataturk's secularism.

 Nessuno Unius REI ha pubblicato un commento 3 minuti fa
[all wrong, theocratic Islam: Do not allow, that, the people, can have an afterthought, against the Islamists, Copts will be totally exterminated, and Israel will be forced to drag the world into World War III, because that is the agenda: of the IMF: for his imperialism 666 322 NWO: Islam will disappear!]] The Egyptians tend to be less schematic, quicker to easy deals, less staunch in its support. It must also be said that the Egyptian Islamism is not terroristic. Whenever there is a terrorist act, Morsi condemns it. Moreover, he made a great impression mediating between Hamas and Israel in Gaza. And for that the army and the people are somewhat calmer in their approach. My impression is that the Arab world - and perhaps throughout the Muslim world - will have to move from a military dictatorship, to a strongly Islamic dictatorship

 JustShotsForMeh ha pubblicato un commento 3 minuti fa
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 Nessuno Unius REI ha pubblicato un commento 3 minuti fa
[all wrong, theocratic Islam: Do not allow, that, the people, can have an afterthought, against the Islamists, Copts will be totally exterminated, and Israel will be forced to drag the world into World War III, because that is the agenda: of the IMF: for his imperialism 666 322 NWO: Islam will disappear!]]because people are religious, Muslim and still respects this ideal of society. The new stage will be the practical reality that will let people be the judges. For now, the jury is out and largely in favor of Islam. But if in time Islam fails to improve people's lot, then the ideals that underlie the Islamists agenda will appear as a pure falsehood. This could give way to a popular reaction that could lead to a healthy secularism in Arab society. In the end, those who guarantee food and work will win. (End of Part One)

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 Nessuno Unius REI ha pubblicato un commento 20 minuti fa
A conflict within Islam. 12/07/2012 [se non rinunciano alla sharia? sterminare i musulmani sarà inevitabile: dopo tutto è a questo che ha lavorato il FMI!] MIDDLE EAST. Syria, from the Arab spring to war between Sunnis and Shiites. by Samir Khalil Samir. Many players have entered the Syrian conflict: Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Iran, Turkey, Israel, Iraq, Lebanon, Russia, China, USA, Europe. All are dominated by a conflict within Islam. Christians in the most difficult situation: a choice between political dictatorship or Islamic dictatorship. Radical Islam on the rise in Europe, but the West does not seem to care. Part two of the analysis by the great scholar of Islam. Beirut (AsiaNews) - In Syria, what began as an Arab Spring, eager for greater dignity, work and freedom, has slipped out of hand to become a regional and international conflict in which Saudi Arabia and Qatar are fighting against Iran ,

 Nessuno Unius REI ha pubblicato un commento 20 minuti fa
A conflict within Islam. [if, give up: not, to sharia?? exterminate the Muslims will be inevitable, after all, to this his agenda IMF: new world war!] Turkey and Israel against Syria, Russia and China against the United States and Europe. At first efforts were concentrated on the demand for greater dignity, but after receiving only violence as a response from the government, the Spring has become a well armed rebellion. Many army officers have defected and organized an armed response. Now both sides are fighting with weapons. A conflict within Islam. Syria, unlike Egypt, is a multicultural and multiethnic country: there are Druze, Christians (9%), Kurds (7%), Sunni (70%), and other small groups, and this country, so far, is dominated by the Alawite (12-13%).

 FrozenScreen ha pubblicato un commento 20 minuti fa
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 Nessuno Unius REI ha pubblicato un commento 21 minuti fa
A conflict within Islam. [if, give up: not, to sharia?? exterminate the Muslims will be inevitable, after all, to this his agenda IMF: new world war!] All this leads the Syrian tensions to a regional conflict. The fear, for Sunnis and the majority of Arab countries, is that Syria, religiously tied to Iran, could become increasingly instrumental to the spread of Shiism. It must be said that Iran's enemies, rather than Israel, are Sunnis. On the other hand, the fear of Islam is the fear of Shiism, which is advancing in every Islamic country. Last week, in Cairo (Egypt), I came across a group of Shiite Muslims for the first time in more than a millennium, who were promoting their religion there. They were stopped by Sunni leaders. I have heard that the same phenomenon is occurring in Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia, and in many African countries.

 Nessuno Unius REI ha pubblicato un commento 21 minuti fa
A conflict within Islam. [if, give up: not, to sharia?? exterminate the Muslims will be inevitable, after all, to this his agenda IMF: new world war!] In the conflict between Sunnis and Shiites, the religious dimension is a pretext for a political struggle. The conflict arose after Muhammad's death (in 632). In his farewell speech, in Ghadir Khomm, Muhammad wanted as his successor in command, his son Ali. In his place, however, there was Abu Bakhr, the father of Fatima, the wife of Muhammad, who was from another tribe. Then there were two other caliphs, Omar Ibn al-Khattâb and Uthman Ibn 'Affân. The Shiites are those who defend the line of the power of Ali and the family of the prophet. So, from the very outset the conflict is ethnic in origin, almost a family feud. Up to this very day, the Shiites, when they recite the Muslim blessing, they bless Muhammad "and his family" (wa-âlihi).

 Nessuno Unius REI ha pubblicato un commento 21 minuti fa
A conflict within Islam. [if, give up: not, to sharia?? exterminate the Muslims will be inevitable, after all, to this his agenda IMF: new world war!] And from this one can immediately recognize that they are Shiites. The tribal, ethnic and political opposition is here to stay for eternity. I was in Najaf (Iraq) last month, and every day there were lectures and broadcasts against Sunnis, especially against Saudi Arabia and the Wahhabis. This conflict is even more bitterly imbedded than the hatred between Palestinians and Israelis. The conflict in Syria is the result of this wound, because there Shiism is in power and the Sunni majority is excluded. What future? Syria's future is still unclear. One of the solutions mentioned is to divide Syria - according to an Israeli-American plan - into diverse sectarian cantons, undermining Syria as power and crumbling it up into many small states.

 superdude385 ha pubblicato un commento 22 minuti fa
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 Nessuno Unius REI ha pubblicato un commento 22 minuti fa
A conflict within Islam. [if, give up: not, to sharia?? exterminate the Muslims will be inevitable, after all, to this his agenda IMF: new world war!] The crumbling of Syria is likely to cause an earthquake in Turkey, another multiethnic and multicultural country, where there are millions of Kurds and Alevis million, and several other groups. At the same time, Turkey wants to exclude the existence of a Kurdish nation on its borders, involving the Kurds of Syria, Iraq and Iran. We are at a monumental impasse and with no solution in sight for Syria unless the international community intervenes. The rebellion can not do anything without international help. On the other hand, the international community is afraid to enter the Syrian cauldron because there are also many radical fringes of Islamists and al-Qaeda in the opposition.

 Nessuno Unius REI ha pubblicato un commento 22 minuti fa
A conflict within Islam. [if, give up: not, to sharia?? exterminate the Muslims will be inevitable, after all, to this his agenda IMF: new world war!] There are also those who attest that the Islamist solution is better for the United States, in safeguarding economic ties with America. By now, the solution is no longer in the hands of the Syrians. The problem is regional and international. Iran and Turkey are the two powers that have the possibility of expansion. The rest of the Arab world does not have it, either from the point of view of the population or the military. Therefore, the common opinion in Syria: "There is no way out and we are waiting for an international decision." The fate of Christians. In this context, the situation of Christians is by far the weakest. They have no one to rely on. In some ways similar to what happened in Iraq, where it seems that Christianity is in the process of disappearing,

 Nessuno Unius REI ha pubblicato un commento 22 minuti fa
A conflict within Islam. [if, give up: not, to sharia?? exterminate the Muslims will be inevitable, after all, to this his agenda IMF: new world war!] maybe in 50 years there will be no more Christians in this country. In Lebanon, unfortunately, same phenomenon is in act, a land emptying of Christians, due to insecurity and emigration. Yet there is no ostensibly "religious" discrimination or wars, it has occurred due to economic and sometimes cultural reasons.

 Nessuno Unius REI ha pubblicato un commento 22 minuti fa
A conflict within Islam. [if, give up: not, to sharia?? exterminate the Muslims will be inevitable, after all, to this his agenda IMF: new world war!] Of course, Lebanon, in the middle of the last century, attempted to build a pluralistic, multi-ethnic and multi-religious social structure. It is the only country to have attempted this and remains a model - albeit fragile - in the Middle East, as mentioned Pope Benedict XVI when he came to visit last September. But the future outlook is a difficult one. In Syria Christians fear an Islamist future, and the same can be said for Egyptian Christians. The attitude of the Christian leaders in the face of rebellion has often been criticized. But we must try to understand. No one argues that the Syrian regime of Bashar al-Assad is good, even less democratic. Everyone knows that political freedom is almost non-existent, as well as freedom of speech.

 Nessuno Unius REI ha pubblicato un commento 23 minuti fa
A conflict within Islam. [if, give up: not, to sharia?? exterminate the Muslims will be inevitable, after all, to this his agenda IMF: new world war!] Everyone knows that anyone who opposes the policy of the regime ends up in prison and subjected to torture. On the other hand, unlike many Muslim countries, Christians enjoy total religious freedom in Syria, thanks to the doctrine of the Baathist regime (that of Baas = Ba'th created by the Orthodox Christian Michel Aflaq). Syria does not distinguish between Muslim (to whatever group one belongs) and Christian: everyone is an equal citizen. But state control is everywhere, for everyone. Like all dictatorships, order and security are guaranteed. None of these advantages are to be despised. And since the majority of Christians have no political ambitions, nor intend to enter into politics,

 Nessuno Unius REI ha pubblicato un commento 23 minuti fa
A conflict within Islam. [if, give up: not, to sharia?? exterminate the Muslims will be inevitable, after all, to this his agenda IMF: new world war!] they live in peace and freedom by accepting the limitations set forth by the Baathist power. So, knowing that there is no perfect system in politics, they choose the lesser evil: a guarantee of life, safety, freedom of religion, renouncing political freedom. Their approached is consoled by the fact that no-one knows what the alternative could be. Looking at the evolution of the Arab-Islamic world, the alternative seems to be a fundamentalist Islamic regime, which is worse because it touches the deep convictions of the human person. In other words: the only choice is between a political or religious dictatorship. The latter would seem far more frustrating. If we compare the situation of Christians in Syria and that of Egypt,

 Nessuno Unius REI ha pubblicato un commento 23 minuti fa
A conflict within Islam. [if, give up: not, to sharia?? exterminate the Muslims will be inevitable, after all, to this his agenda IMF: new world war!] no doubt the lot of the Syrians would seem preferable: Christians enjoy the same rights of all Syrians, contrary to the Egyptians! What the future will be, no one can predict. Certainly it will take courage: a defeatist attitude is not worthy of the Christian vocation to rebuild, along with all other citizens, a more human city. The West's attitude . The West, preoccupied with its economic and political problems, does not seem to care much about the Islamist drift. But it does not realize that this Islamization has many consequences and repercussions for the West itself. Islamic fundamentalism is becoming increasingly obvious in the Muslim community in Europe. The last survey in France, by the IFOP,

 Nessuno Unius REI ha pubblicato un commento 24 minuti fa
A conflict within Islam. [if, give up: not, to sharia?? exterminate the Muslims will be inevitable, after all, to this his agenda IMF: new world war!] on how the French view Islam, shows that the situation is getting worse: more than 60% of the French believes Islam is incongruous to the West, unable to integrate. This negative view comes from the fact that the Islamic world clearly rejects the West, which it considers "atheist" and "immoral". Added to that the current debate on gay marriage, on civil unions (PACS), on adoption by unmarried couples. For the fundamentalist Muslim world, the West is against God and therefore is to be fought, and in the Islamist discourse, the West is the "new Jahiliyyah," the new paganism. For the West, Islam is impossible to assimilate and the Muslim seems unable to integrate into European culture. It is therefore to be rejected.

 Nessuno Unius REI ha pubblicato un commento 24 minuti fa
A conflict within Islam. [if, give up: not, to sharia?? exterminate the Muslims will be inevitable, after all, to this his agenda IMF: new world war!] Western secularism (especially French) is atheism for the Muslim world. So talk of secularism is automatically rejected by many. Pope Benedict XVI, in his apostolic exhortation "Ecclesia in Medio Oriente" September 14, 2012 (No. 29), highlights this: " Some Middle Eastern political and religious leaders, whatever their community, tend to look with suspicion upon secularity (laïcité) as something intrinsically atheistic or immoral. " Instead the model suggested by the pope is another: "A healthy secularity, on the other hand, frees religion from the encumbrance of politics, and allows politics to be enriched by the contribution of religion, while maintaining the necessary distance, clear distinction and indispensable collaboration between the two spheres.

 Nessuno Unius REI ha pubblicato un commento 25 minuti fa
A conflict within Islam. [if, give up: not, to sharia?? exterminate the Muslims will be inevitable, after all, to this his agenda IMF: new world war!] No society can develop in a healthy way without embodying a spirit of mutual respect between politics and religion, avoiding the constant temptation either to merge the two or to set them at odds." Therefore the West's attitude towards religion has some repercussions on the Islamic world's attitude towards the West. And Europe should be taking this into account. (End of Part Two. For Part One see here: Unfinished: the Arab Spring's Islamic winter)

 Sithguy77 ha pubblicato un commento 31 minuti fa
Why the hell do ye keep changing the god damn layout? There was nothing wrong with it. Fuck you Youtube. Fuck you. I'm so glad I unsubbed last year.

 Trexmaster12 ha pubblicato un commento 33 minuti fa
How do I browse through videos of the same user? Either I can't see it or you forgot that option.

 SoccerOfficials ha pubblicato un commento 38 minuti fa
I hate the new layout!

 Nessuno Unius REI ha pubblicato un commento 45 minuti fa
Egypt protests explode. Bites:Morsi, on the run from the presidential palace Clashes in the streets against the reforms desired by the President. Firing of tear gas, then the security forces withdraw. El Baradei. "In the presence of a president with absolute power, and in the absence of a judiciary, have recourse to the ballot box is a move illegal and misleading false democracy," he wrote on Twitter opposition leader Mohamed ElBaradei. - ANSWER - Salafis, MUSLIM BROTHERHOOD, ARAB LEAGUE, ARAB ARABIA? ARE the religious maniacs killers, like everywhere else, also in Syria! are incompatible with democracy, and human rights, if they do not remove the Sharia? they will become more dangerous, than Nazism



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"Forgetfulness of God" leads to relativism which engenders violence, says pope
Speaking to the International Theological Commission, Benedict XVI denies the claim that religions are bearers of violence because they assert the existence of a universal truth. "Without openness to the transcendent, which allows us to find answers to questions on the meaning of life and how to live a moral life, mankind becomes unable to act in accordance with justice and work for peace."
Vatican City (AsiaNews) - "It is the forgetfulness of God that immerses human societies in a form of relativism, which inevitably generates violence" because "When you deny the opportunity for people to refer to an objective truth, dialogue is rendered impossible and violence, whether declared or hidden, becomes the rule of law of human relationships." In saying so, Benedict XVI rejected "the notion that religions,...
12/07/2012 SRI LANKA
Religious leaders against sham inquiry against Supreme Court justice
by Melani Manel Perera
In its latest hearing, the parliamentary committee investigating Supreme Court Justice Shirani Bandaranayake fails to provide the defendant and her lawyers with a list of witnesses. Charges against her remain vague. In view of this, she walked out of the hearing, saying she would not take part in the unfair process against her. Civic groups and Christian and Buddhist leaders criticise the government's dictatorial approach, which threatens the courts' independence. 12/07/2012 INDIA
India: Government opens up the retail market to direct foreign investment
The upper house (Raja Sabha) has approved the historic economic reform, with a majority of 123 votes against 109. Support of the 'minor' parties essential. Hindu nationalist party defeated. The opening to foreign capital should restart the country's growth.
12/07/2012 INDONESIA
As minister resigns in Jakarta over corruption inquiry storm hits Yudhoyono and Democrats
Sports and Youth Minister Andi Malaranggeng quits after his family finds itself in middle of scandals over tender in the case of a sports centre. President and his party end up in the middle of a scandal and shady dealings. 12/07/2012 PHILIPPINES
Mindanao: typhoon victims increase, shelters near collapse
The toll is 484 dead, 383 missing and over 300 thousand displaced. Corpses continue to emerge from under the mud. A man found alive after 48 hours immersed in water and debris. The authorities charged with failure in prevention. Growing fear in Vietnam and southern China for the passage of the typhoon.
12/07/2012 ASIA
ADB cuts growth forecast for Asia
"Uncertainties" in Europe and the United States and slowing development of the Indian economy. New Delhi records a drop in production and a negative balance in exports. Recovery in China and very positive indices for the nations of Southeast Asia (excluding Singapore), a driving force for the entire continent. 12/07/2012 MIDDLE EAST
Syria, from the Arab spring to war between Sunnis and Shiites
by Samir Khalil Samir
Many players have entered the Syrian conflict: Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Iran, Turkey, Israel, Iraq, Lebanon, Russia, China, USA, Europe. All are dominated by a conflict within Islam. Christians in the most difficult situation: a choice between political dictatorship or Islamic dictatorship. Radical Islam on the rise in Europe, but the West does not seem to care. Part two of the analysis by the great scholar of Islam.
12/06/2012 MIDDLE EAST
Unfinished: the Arab Spring’s Islamic winter
by Samir Khalil Samir
Almost two years after the Arab uprising, the Middle East finds itself increasingly Islamist and increasingly violent. Yet the young people had fought for greater dignity and freedom. It is a job half done: freed of dictators, but still without full democracy. The great scholar of Islam Samir Khalil Samir offers his vision (Part One) 12/06/2012 PHILIPPINES
Mindanao: landsides and mud hamper rescue in areas hit by Typhoon Bopha
Raging waters sweep away roads, bridges and power lines in the provinces of Compostela Valley and Davao Orientale. Communications with more remote areas are impossible. The death toll is expected to climb. Caritas and NASSA are leading the way to help the displaced.
12/06/2012 THAILAND
Thai king calls for unity and stability on his 85th birthday
Wearing yellow, some 200,000 people as well as political leaders celebrate the longest-reigning monarch. Crowd shouts: "Long live the king!" Bhumibol Adulyadej is a beloved and revered figure but doubts about the monarchy emerge. 12/06/2012 INDIA
'Forgotten Christmas' gives goats and chickens to the poor of South Asia
Gospel for Asia, a missionary organisation operating in India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Myanmar and Nepal is behind the initiative. Potential donors can pick their gift on the group's website, whether it is chickens, goats, buffaloes, sewing machines, Bibles, literacy training and wells.

Altri articoli
12/06/2012 VIETNAM
Thousands attend Fr Etienne Chan Tin's funeral, Christian symbol of the struggle for rights
12/06/2012 CHINA
Hundreds of inmates released from a Beijing 'black jail' to make room for more
12/06/2012 KOREA
2012 Presidential Election: Church asks: What would you do about North Korea? by Thaddaeus Lee Ki-rak
12/06/2012 EGYPT
Egyptian army deploys tanks. Clashes between democrats and Islamists: 5 dead and 350 injured
12/06/2012 PHILIPPINES
Typhoon Bopha: nearly 500 dead and hundreds missing in the southern Philippines
12/06/2012 CHINA
Chongqing, another sex scandal shakes the Party
12/06/2012 CHINA
Bao Tong: What is Wen Jiabao waiting for to stop corruption? by Bao Tong
12/05/2012 SYRIA
Greek Orthodox Patriarch of Antioch Ignatius IV Hazim dies
12/05/2012 INDIA
Spiritual retreat for clergymen hurt during Orissa persecution by Nirmala Carvalho
12/05/2012 VATICAN
Pope: Advent, when the "Plan of God" is revealed
12/05/2012 CHINA
Communist Party bans flowers and fancy food to stop scandals and reign in corruptionby Chen Weijun
12/05/2012 PAKISTAN
Faisalabad: young Muslim arrested for profaning statue of the Virgin by Shafique Khokhar