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Prisoners in South Sudan’s notorious Blue House say about 200 of them broke into a store in the prison where weapons are kept early Sunday morning local time and are holding two “unharmed” prison guards hostage, demanding the government provide prisoners with due process. The prisoners say they “do not want to fight, we just
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In diesem Herbst war Altbischof Macram Gassis aus dem Südsudan zu Besuch in der Schweiz. Obwohl er eigentlich pensioniert ist, setzt er sich immer noch mit Leib und Seele für seine Landsleute im Südsudan ein. Denn die Situation in seinem Heimatland ist wirklich schlimm. Die Not vieler Menschen ist unbeschreiblich. Kraft würden die Menschen vor allem aus dem Glauben bekommen, so Bischof Gassis. Und darum war es Bischof Gassis ein Anliegen, uns ans Herz zu legen: "Verliert euren Glauben nicht! Denn der Glaube trägt euch, verbindet euch und gibt euch Kraft, das Gute zu leben!" Ein Zeugnis eines Bischofs, das nicht aus dem hohlen Bauch heraus gesprochen ist! Än guätn Tag!
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Aliou Cissé, commissario tecnico del Senegal, ha fatto il punto sui suoi infortunati in vista del match col Sudan: "Abbiamo dei problemi con Kalidou e Salif Sané.
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Det lille selskapet Normeca fra Lørenskog fikk en milliardkontrakt i Sør-Sudan på midten av 2000-tallet, før beskyldningene om korrupsjon og økonomisk kriminalitet begynte å hagle. Nå vil selskapet ha skattefradrag for penger staten mener er bestikkelser.
          "Swami nos está empujando hacia ese futuro donde habría Prema Sai y no habrá palabras".      Cache   Translate Page      
Sri Madhusudan Naidu en 'Tattva Sameeksha' (1 de octubre de 2018), Sathya Sai Grama, Muddenahalli.

('Tattva Sameeksha' es una sesión de charla de eminentes oradores para los residentes del Ashram de Sathya Sai Grama en Muddenahalli)

"Swami nos está empujando hacia ese futuro, donde habrá Prema Sai y no habrá palabras". '

Swami siguió hablando de cosas y luego habló de Prema Sai. Ahora que Prema Sai es el tema más candente, porque, donde quiera que vayamos, Swami está hablando de Prema Sai. Y creo que es por una razón, porque Él nos está orientando lentamente hacia lo que viene a continuación. Él es un profesor muy inteligente. Swami prepara a los estudiantes para lo que vendrá en la próxima clase. 

Por lo tanto, Él no siguió con lo que sucede ahora, pero dejó caer algunas pistas, nos dio algunas pistas y nos permitió entender que hay más cosas que se aproximan, a nuestra manera. 

Y, por lo tanto, habló sobre Prema Sai en Argentina y habló sobre cómo Prema Sai vendrá a Muddenahalli, cómo será preparado aquí porque vendrá como un niño pequeño, probablemente, no como un adolescente. 
Y luego Él tendrá que ser educado, tendrá que ser cuidado, y luego Él crecerá hasta cierta edad. 

Swami dijo que, en el decimonoveno año de su vida, Él se hará cargo de la misión. 
Y él viajará oficialmente a todas partes del mundo. Se quedará en estos Ashrams que se están estableciendo ahora. 
Él guiará a las personas espiritualmente. Y así serían los primeros 25 años de Su vida, principalmente en la India, pero también algunas partes en otros países.

Y los próximos 25 años de su vida, lo pasará en su mayoría en el extranjero. Él tendrá estos Ashrams, y en su mayor parte, pasará su tiempo en el extranjero y volverá sólo de vez en cuando para ciertas ocasiones, o festividades a la India. Pero el resto, la segunda mitad de su vida sería sobre todo en el extranjero, y la última parte de su vida, los últimos cuatro años, volvería, de nuevo en la India. 
Para, finalmente, descansar en la India(54 años).  Así es como swami dijo a sus devotos en Argentina, muy claramente, cómo va a suceder, lo que va a pasar.

Entonces también dijo algo muy interesante. Dijo que Prema Sai no va a hablar como Él todo el tiempo. 
" Yo hablo demasiado. Hablo demasiado. Él no va a hablar. Será un maestro silencioso. Él se sentará y tú tendrás que venir y en el silencio de tu corazón, tendrás que escuchar su voz, y tendrás que entender lo que está tratando de decirte.
 Y sólo al sentarse, allí les dará cien mensajes a cien personas, que vienen con cien temas diferentes, sin decir una palabra. Y así es como se va a comunicar con los demás. Ese es el futuro ", reveló.

Sucedió que en Dubai estábamos en la casa de un devoto. Y Swami estaba a punto de hablar, pero antes de eso permitió que otro Guruji, el Gurú de la familia, dijera algunas palabras que provenían de la parte norte de la India. Nos contó una historia sobre un Santo en particular cerca de Brindavan (ese era el lugar de Krishna, y este Santo no salía de su meditación. Solo salia cada luna azul, y cada vez que eso sucedía, los devotos se reunirían a su alrededor, entonces se sentaba en un lugar alto y hablaba solo durante tres minutos. 
En ese corto período de tiempo, él hablaba y también hacía un pequeño Nama Sankirtana, un Bhajan- Hare Rama Hare Krishna, y luego cerraría el Satsang. En tres minutos el Satsang había terminado. 

En el mundo de hoy quieren todo rápido, la edad de los T20 (un partido de Cricket de formato corto, compacto). Nadie quiere partidos de prueba ( partidos de Cricket que duran cinco días). 

Del mismo modo, Dios también está entrando en modo compacto. Dijo tres minutos.
 
A Swami le gustó mucho y dijo: "Esa es una idea fantástica. Habla durante tres minutos. No hables más que eso". 

Y dijo que así es como debería ser. Todos nos sorprendimos y estábamos bastante impactados al escuchar que Swami reduciría el habla. Pero estoy viendo que esto es más frecuente ahora que antes. Solo de vez en cuando, da largos discursos. 

Cuando yo era estudiante, el discurso duraba dos horas y media a veces. Y Él cubriría todos los temas posibles. Iría desde lo más puro del Advaita hasta lo más simple, sobre los idlis(alimento) en el albergue. Cubría todos los temas en un discurso de dos horas y media. 

Pero hoy, Él está continuamente acortandolos. Y estoy viendo esto, observando esta tendencia porque siempre ha sido mi interés, ver a Swami, cómo Él hace las cosas. Ahora puedo verlo desde cerca. Yo siempre lo observo. Así que según mi observación, Swami está reduciendo continuamente sus discursos, las entrevistas, las interacciones físicas y personales con las personas, y lentamente, nos empuja a todos, incluso sin nuestro conocimiento, a entrar en el reino del silencio, a conectarnos internamente, con Él, desde un nivel interno más profundo, para encontrar nuestras respuestas dentro de nosotros mismos. Y esto está sucediendo. 

Alguien puede decir: "Oh, Madhu se quedará sin trabajo muy pronto", bueno, yo también estaré feliz, porque ese es el verdadero trabajo, llevar a todos a esa etapa en la que todos se conectan con todos dentro. 
Este es el momento, ese es el lugar al que Swami nos está llevando a todos, pero en silencio y gradualmente sin hacer ningún ruido al respecto. Él está reduciendo estos discursos, está reduciendo las interacciones. Él no quiere conocer gente tan a menudo como solía hacerlo en los primeros años. 
Bueno, he tenido momentos difíciles en los primeros años. Seguir concediendo entrevistas una tras otra durante todo el día, pero hoy, cuando vengan y le digan a Él, tal o cual persona está solicitando una entrevista, piensen por un momento, y decidan si es realmente necesario cumplir con la entrevista personal. Y si Él siente que no necesita conocer a la persona, no se reunirá. Él simplemente negará la entrevista. Y estoy viendo esta tendencia suceder.

Hay algo muy profundo en ello. Él nos está empujando a ese futuro donde habrá Prema Sai y no habrá palabras. Imaginen que todos los niños, todos los devotos, estarán en silencio contemplando. Estará ese Maestro sentado justo frente a nosotros, y todos estaremos sentados alrededor de Él. Y no habrá palabras habladas. Simplemente estaremos conectados a un nivel muy profundo de corazón a corazón y entenderemos todo lo que Él necesita decirnos y necesitamos saber. 

Imaginen un Ashram, un Ashram como Muddenahalli, donde apenas haya palabras que se escuchen. ¡Todo lo que podrán escuchar será tal vez a los pájaros y los monos chillando! Pero, no habrá palabras pronunciadas por nadie, todo el mundo estará en silencio, solo caminando en silencio, meditando y contemplando todo el tiempo. Solo imaginen la vida del Ashram así. En este punto del tiempo es difícil de imaginar. Pero definitivamente ese es el futuro de todos los Ashrams de Swami, donde la gente se reunirá solo para disfrutar de la energía silenciosa del maestro.

Madhu

Fuente: Sai Vrinda
Traduc_Centro Sai Hispano

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'Swami is pushing us to that future where there would be Prema Sai and there won't be any words.'

Swami kept on talking about things and then He talked about Prema Sai. Now that Prema Sai is the hottest topic, because, where ever we go, Swami is talking about Prema Sai. And I think it's for a reason, because He is slowly orienting all of us towards what's coming next. He is a very smart teacher. Swami prepares the students for what is going to come in the next class. So He doesn't go with what happens now but He also drops a few hints, gives us a few cues and allows us to understand there is more coming, our way. And therefore He spoke about Prema Sai in Argentina and He talked about how Prema Sai would come to Muddenahalli, how He would be groomed here because He would come as a small boy probably, not even a teenager. And then He has to be educated, has to be looked after and then He will grow to a certain age. Swami said, at the nineteenth year of His life He will take charge of the mission. And He will officially travel to all parts of the world. He will stay in these ashrams which are being established now. He will guide people spiritually. And that's how the first 25 years of His life would be, mostly in India but also some parts of it in other countries.

And the next 25 years of his life, He will spend mostly abroad. He will have these ashrams and He will mostly spend His time abroad and come back only once in a while for certain occasions, or festivities to India. But the rest, second half of His life would be mostly abroad and the last part of His life, the last four years, He would come back, again in India. And finally He will rest in India. That is how Swami told His devotees in Argentina, very clearly, how it's going to happen, what's going to happen.

Then He also told a very interesting thing. He said that Prema Sai is not going to speak like Him all the time. "I speak too much. I talk too much. He is not going to speak. He will be a silent master. He will sit and you have to come and in the silence of your Heart, you have to hear His voice, you have to understand what He is trying to tell you. And just by sitting there He would convey a hundred messages to a hundred people who come with a hundred different things without speaking a word. And that's how He is going to be communicating with others. That is the future", He revealed.

It so happened that in Dubai we were in the house of a devotee. And Swami was about to speak but before that He allowed another Guruji, their family Guru, to speak a few words who hailed from the northern part of India. He told us a story about one particular saint near Brindavan (that is Krishna's place who would not come out at all from his meditation. Only once in a blue moon he will come out, and whenever that happened, devotees would gather around him as he would sit on a high place and speak only for three minutes. In that short period of time, he would speak and also do a small Nama Sankirtana, one Bhajan- Hare Rama Hare Krishna, and then he would close the Satsang. In three minutes the Satsang is over. Today world wants everything fast and quick, the age of T20's (a short format Cricket match). Nobody wants Test matches (Cricket match which goes on for five days). Likewise, God also is going into compact mode. He said three minutes. Swami liked it so much and said, "That's a fantastic idea. Speak for three minutes. Don't speak more than that'." And He said that's how it should be. We all were surprised. We all were rather shocked to hear that Swami would reduce speaking. But I'm seeing this more often now than before. Only once in a while, He gives long discourses. When I was a student the discourse would go on for two and a half hours at times. And He would cover all possible topics. He would go from the purest of Advaita to the simplest of the idli in the hostel. He would cover all topics in one discourse of two and a half hours. But today, He is continuously cutting it short. And I'm watching this, observing this trend because always it has been my interest to watch Swami, how He does things. Now I can watch Him from close quarters. I always watch. So it's an observation that I've made that Swami is continuously cutting down talks, interviews, physical, personal interactions with people and slowly He is pushing every one of us, even without our knowledge, to get into the realm of silence, to connect to Him at a deeper inner level and to find our answers within ourselves. And this is happening. Somebody may say, "Oh, Madhu will be out of job very soon", well, I'll be happy too because, that is the real job, to lead everyone to that stage where everyone connects to everyone within. That is the time, that is the place that Swami is taking all of us but very silently and gradually without making any noise about it. He is cutting down on these talks, He is cutting on interactions. He doesn't want to meet people as often as He used to in the initial years. Well, I have had a difficult time in the initial years. He would keep on granting interviews one after the other for the whole day but today when I go and tell Him- such and such a person is asking for an interview, He thinks for a moment and He decides whether it is really necessary to meet the person. And if He feels even a little that He does not need to to meet the person, He wouldn't meet. He will simply deny the interview. And I'm seeing this trend happening.

There is something very deep in it. He is pushing us to that future where there would be Prema Sai and there won't be any words. Imagine all the children, all the devotees, will be in silent contemplation then. There will be that Master sitting right in front of us and we all will be sitting around Him. And there will be no words spoken. We would just be connected at a very deep heart to heart level and we would understand everything that He needs to tell us and we need to know. Imagine an ashram, an ashram like Muddenahalli. There are hardly any words that you would hear. All that you could hear is perhaps the birds chirping and monkeys screeching! But, no other words spoken by anybody, everybody is silent, just walking in silence, meditating, and contemplation all the time. Just imagine the ashram life like that. At this point of time it is difficult to imagine. But definitely that is the future of all the ashrams of Swami where people will gather just to bask in the silent energy of the master.

- Sri Madhusudan Naidu at 'Tattva Sameeksha' (Oct 1, 2018), Sathya Sai Grama, Muddenahalli

('Tattva Sameeksha' is a Talk session by eminent speakers to the Ashram residents of Sathya Sai Grama in Muddenahalli)


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For the first time since civil war erupted in South Sudan in 2013, a United Nations food convoy has managed to deliver thousands of tonnes of aid by river, to people in seven hard-to-reach locations, saving millions of dollars on costly aid flights.
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South Sudan’s Lol state government has released 4 opposition fighters on Tuesday at a ceremony attended by the state governor Rizig Hassan Zacharia. The move follows a directive by President Salva Kiir a fortnight ago to release all prisoners of war and detainees in compliance with last month’s peace accord. Lol state information minister Michael […]
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KHARTOUM, Oct 9 (Reuters) – Sudan’s pound weakened on the black market on Tuesday, widening the gap with the official rate two days after the country sharply devalued its currency. Black market dealers quoted the pound at 50 to the dollar compared to an official rate of 47.50 announced on Sunday. Under a new system […]
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En del får fredspris, andra uppmärksammas i Världens barn-galor. Men det finns förstås många, många fler som på olika sätt jobbar i det tysta för att göra världen bättre. Vad gör du för att hjälpa medmänniskor runt om i världen?

  Det är mycket som kan göra en deprimerad och ångestfylld just nu; krig, naturkatastrofer, svält och nu senast FN;s alarmerande klimatrapport som varnar för att hundratals miljoner människor kommer att drabbas av olika katastrofer. Samtidigt är det ju många som inte gett upp hoppet. Årets fredspristagare t ex: den kongolesiske gynekologen Denis Mukwege och yazidiska Nadia Murad som båda jobbar oförtröttligt och modigt för att få slut på det sexuella våldet mot kvinnor och flickor. Dom är långt ifrån ensamma i sitt engagemang. Var finns du och vad driver dig? Vad fick dig att satsa på bistånd, hjälparbete eller att resa ut som volontär?  Bygger du en skola i Colombia? Delar du ut filtar i ett flyktingläger? Leder du ett demokratiprojekt i Sudan? Eller syr du kläder här hemma och skickar till barn i Ukraina?   Var med och ge en inblick i hur det är att ge sig iväg och  göra en insats där det behövs som mest.  Alla erfarenheter är viktiga! I Karlavagnen vill vi höra hur det är att jobba i en krigszon eller i ett jordbävningsdrabbat område, driva ett projekt där det knappt finns nån infrastruktur eller åka till en plats som alla andra försöker fly ifrån. Eller hur du jobbar på hemmaplan för att stötta dem som är ute i världen. Hur är det? Vad gav det? Och tror du på en ljusare framtid? Ring till Pernilla Arvidsson på 099-110 90 (telefonslussen öppnar 21.00) eller mejla till karlavagnen@sverigesradio.se så kan vi kontakta dig där du är, kanske via Skype? Karlavagnen karlavagnen@sverigesradio.se
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Agree with you regarding Gambia,you should also include other Islamic countries in Africa such as Senegal,Mali,Mauritania,Sudan. These are places to be avoided at all costs,they are extremely intolerant of gays,and risk your life,just for a few minutes of fun. No amount of money or any other incentive would ever lure me to visit such barbaric countries.
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My friend Evita, well known activist of sexual liberation, tells me that in one night she was fucked by 20 University students from Egypt and Sudan. She was in a sea-side hotel on vacation when the group came to stay for the night . The following day they would travel by air to their countries. She met them in the bar of the hotel. They became friends. They consumed together some bottles of alcoholic drinks and they swimmed in the pool. After that she went to her room, where she was accepting them in her bed one by one. Before 9 a.m.next morning all 20 students had fucked her.
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Transcript of Nikki Haley White House Press Conference, Oct. 8, 2018 See resignation letter below  AMBASSADOR HALEY: Well, I want to say — first of all, I want to thank the President for just, you know, allowing us to come out and talk to you this way. It has been an honor of a lifetime. You know, I said I am such a lucky girl to have been able to lead the state that raised me, and to serve a country I love so very much. It has really been a blessing, and I want to thank you for that. But I’m most excited — look at the two years. Look at what has happened in two years with the United States on foreign policy. Now, the United States is respected. Countries may not like what we do, but they respect what we do. They know that if we say we’re going to do something, we follow it through. And the President proved that — whether it was with the chemical weapons in Syria; whether it’s with NATO — saying that other countries have to pay their share; I mean, whether it’s the trade deals, which has been amazing. They get that the President means business, and they follow through with that. But then if you look at just these two years at the U.N., we cut $1.3 billion in the U.N.’s budget. We’ve made it stronger. We’ve made it more efficient. South Sudan — we got an arms embargo, which was a long time coming. Three …

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Sudando de las "redes (anti)sociales".

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The Sentry published in October 2018 an expose titled "'The Profiteers': Documentary Shines New Light on South Sudan's Neighbors' Role in the Conflict."

The report explores the linkages between South Sudan's civil war and the operations of business people, financial institutions, and government and military officials in Kenya, Uganda, and Ethiopia.
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Kamishna Msaidizi na Msemaji wa Jeshi la Polisi, Barnabas Mwakalukwa akinyanyua juu moja ya bunda la Dola za Kimarekani zilizokamatwa leo kwenye Kiwanja cha Ndege cha Kimataifa cha Julius Nyerere (JNIA), zikisafirisha isivyo halali na raia wa Sudan Kusini Bi. Nada Zaelnoon Ahamed na Bw. Mohamed Belal, raia wa Syria.
Jumla ya Dola za Kimarekani 70,000 sawa na Tsh. milioni 156 za Kitanzania zikiwa zimekamatwa leo kwenye Kiwanja cha Ndege cha Kimataifa cha Julius Nyerere (JNIA), zikisafirishwa na Raia wawili wa Syria Bw. Mohamed Belal na Bi. Nada Zaelnoo Ahamed raia wa Sudan Kusini kwa kutofuata taratibu.
Bi.Nada Zaelnoon Ahamed (38) Raia wa Sudan Kusini (katikati mwenye ushungi) akiwa mbele ya waandishi wa habari kwenye ukumbi wa mikutano wa Jengo la Pili la abiria la Kiwanja cha Ndege cha Kimataifa cha Julius Nyerere (JNIA), baada ya kukamatwa na dola 60,000 za Kimarekani na Paundi 3410 za Sudan.

Raia wa Syria, Bw. Mohamed Belal (31) mwenye fulana nyeupe akiwa mbele ya waandishi wa habari kwenye ukumbi wa mikutano wa Jengo la Pili la abiria la Kiwanja cha Ndege cha Kimataifa cha Julius Nyerere (JNIA), baada ya kukamatwa na dola 10,000 za Kimarekani, ambazo hakuzitolea taarifa kwa Maafisa wa Forodha wa kiwanjani hapo.
Mkurugenzi wa Kiwanja cha Ndege cha Kimataifa cha Julius Nyerere (JNIA), Bw. Paul Rwegasha (kushoto) akimsikiliza Kamishna Msaidizi wa Polisi, Barnabas Mwakalukwa (aliyesimama) alipokuwa akitoa maelezo kwa waandishi wa habari leo ya kukamatwa kwa Raia wawili wa Sudan Kusini na Syria waliokuwa wakisafirikisha fedha taslim milioni 156 bila kufuata sharia.
Mkurugenzi Mkuu wa Mamlaka ya Viwanja vya Ndege Tanzania (TAA), Bw. Richard Mayongela (wa pili kulia) akisisitiza jambo kwenye mkutano na waandishi wa habari (hawapo pichani) uliofanyika kwenye ukumbi wa Mikutano wa Jengo la Pili la abiria la Kiwanja cha ndege cha Kimataifa cha Julius Nyerere (JNIA), wakati walipokamatwa Raia wawili wa Syria na Sudan Kusini wakisafirisha mamilioni ya fedha bila kufuata taratibu.


ABIRIA wawili Raia wa Sudan Kusini na Syria leo wamekamatwa Kiwanja cha Ndege cha Kimataifa cha Julius Nyerere (JNIA) wakisafirisha fedha taslim dola 70 za Kimarekani sawa na shilingi milioni 156 za Kitanzania na paundi 3410 za Sudan bila kufuata taratibu.

Akizungumza na waandishi wa habari kwenye ukumbi wa mikutano wa Jengo la Pili la abiria la JNIA, Msemaji wa Jeshi la Polisi, Kamishna Msaidizi, Barnabas Mwakalukwa alimtaja Raia wa Sudan Kusini Bi. Nada Zaelnoon Ahamed (38) mwenye hati ya kusafiria namba P01563534 amekamatwa saa 10:00 jioni akiwa eneo la ukaguzi wakati akiingia ndani tayari kusafiri kwa ndege ya Shirika la Ndege la Kenya (KQ 485) akielekea Nairobi.

Hatahivyo, Afande Mwakalukwa amesema abiria huyo mbali na fedha hizo za Kimarekani pia amekamatwa na paundi za Sudan 3410, ambazo zote kwa pamoja alishindwa kutoa taarifa ya fedha alizokutwa nazo kwa mujibu wa sheria ya utakatishaji fedha ya mwaka 2006 iliyofanyiwa marekebisho mwaka 2012.

Pia alimtaja Bw. Mohamed Belal (31), Raia wa Syria mwenye hati ya kusafiria namba 003-16L096876 aliyekuwa akisafiri kwa ndege ya Shirika la ndege la Ethiopia (ET 864) kuelekea Syria kupitia Addis Ababa amekamatwa na dola za kimarekani 10,000 sawa na Tsh. milioni 20 za Kitanzania, ambazo naye alishindwa kuzitolea taarifa. “Watuhumiwa wote wawili wamezuiwa na hawawezi kuendelea na safari zao kwa ajili ya uchunguzi zaidi na hatua za kisheria zilizopo,” amesema Afande Mwakalukwa.

Naye Mkurugenzi Mkuu wa Mamlaka ya Viwanja vya Ndege Tanzania (TAA), Bw. Richard Mayongela amewapongeza maafisa usalama wa JNIA kwa kufanya kazi kwa weledi na uadilifu pamoja na kushirikiana na vyombo vingine vya ulinzi na usalama katika kuhakikisha wasafiri, wadau na maeneo yote ya viwanja vya ndege yanabaki salama na vitendo vya kiuhalifu havina nafasi katika viwanja hivyo. Bw. Mayongela amesema pamoja na watumishi hao kufanya kazi katika wakati mgumu kutokana na baadhi ya abiria kuwa watata kila wanapotaka kutekeleza wajibu wao kwa mujibu wa sheria na kanuni.

Ametoa wito kwa wadau, wasafiri na wafanyakazi wote kushirikiana na maafisa usalama, vyombo vya ulinzi na usalama katika kutoa taarifa stahiki ili vitendo vya kiuhalifu kama hivi visipate nafasi kwenye viwanja vya ndege kwani ndio vinatoa taswira ya nchi. “Viwanja vya ndege visitumike kama uchochoro wa kupitisha nyara za serikali, dawa za kulevyia, fedha haramu au matukio yeyote yanayoashiria uvunjifu wa Amani au uvunjaji wa sheria za nchi,”

Pia aliongeza “Niombe wananchi na vyombo vya usalama kufanya kazi kwa weledi kwa sababu wasipofanyakazi kwa weledi matukio kama haya yangeweza kupata nafasi na kuharibu taswira ya nchi, kwa ujumla mwisho wa siku inaharibika, kwani nia yetu na lengo letu ni zuri ni kuhakikisha hatutumiki kwa namna moja au nyingine kufadhili au kuwezesha shughuli za kiuhalifu zifanyike katika maeneo yetu”.

Amesema na hii ni moja ya ushahidi maafisa usalama wanapata mafunzo na kujengewa uwezo wa kuwa na vifaa vya kisasa kwani vitu mbalimbali vimekuwa vikigundulika kupitia mashine za ukaguzi, na pia kushirikiana na vyombo vya ulinzi na usalama, hivyo ametoa wito watu wasidhubutu tena kujaribu kwa namna yeyote ile akidhani viwanja vya ndege wamelala, kwani ulinzi na usalama unaendelea kuimarika.

Kwa upande wake Meneja wa Forodha wa Kituo cha JNIA, Bw. Njaule Mdendu amesema abiria wote wanaosafiri au kuwasili endapo wanakiasi kikubwa cha fedha za kigeni kuanzia dola 10,000 za Kimarekani sawa na Milioni 10 za Kitanzania anapaswa kutoa taarifa Idara ya Forodha kwa kuwa ni matakwa ya sheria ya mwaka 2006 iliyofanyiwa marekebisho mwaka 2012 na kanuni za mwaka 2016, na asipofanya hivyo ni kosa la jinai

Bw. Mdendu amesema abiria wanapaswa kuchukua fomu maalum akieleza utambulisho wake na kiasi cha fedha anachoingia nacho au kutoka nacho, na fomu atazipata kwenye ofisi zote za forodha za mipakani kwenye viwanja vya ndege, mipaka ya ardhi na majini endapo atakuwa akitumia usafiri wa barabara au majini.

“Hizi fomu pia zipo kwenye tovuti ya Mamlaka ya Mapato Tanzania na akishajaza anawasilisha ofisi za Forodha na kiasi cha fedha anachosafiri au kuwasili nacho na afisa atazihakiki na akiridhika ataruhusu aendelee na safari yake, na napenda kuwatoa hofu watu kuwa fedha zao hawanyang’anyi baada ya kutoa taarifa na ataondoka nayo, lakini endapo usipotoa taarifa ni kosa na inaadhabu yake kulingana na kiasi cha fedha ulichokutwa nacho, hivyo tuwaombe abiria kutimiza matakwa ya kisheria, kwani watu wamekuwa wakifanya makosa bila kujua sheria,” amesema.

          “Juego de niñas para adultos”, llega al Teatro Nacional      Cache   Translate Page      

SANTO DOMINGO. Basada en “Las niñas” de Mario Sudano y “Escena de un crimen” de Carlos Castillo, la obra teatral “Juego de niñas para adultos” ¡llega al bar Juan Lockward del Teatro Nacional todo el mes de noviembre, con las actuaciones de Yubo Fernández y Beba Rojas.

El director teatral Ramón Santana apuesta nuevamente a un espectáculo controversial, por el delicado tema que enfrenta.

La obra de teatro que habla, denuncia y juguetea con un tema bastante serio: el maltrato, la inocencia, la violencia, y cómo los niños lo ven todo, imitan todo, mostrando que lo que vemos actualmente en la sociedad es producto de la educación que tuvimos durante la infancia.

Una obra divertidamente polémica, mordazmente atractiva, y que desde el humor nos invita a involucrarnos activamente para poder despertar a nuestra sociedad, para que no siga obviando este juego de perversión y muerte.

“Juego de niñas para adultos” estará desde noviembre, mes de la no violencia contra la mujer, en el Bar Juan Lockward del Teatro Nacional con funciones de viernes a domingo.

La obra producida por Apoloniuss Producciones, tiene boletas a la venta desde ya en la boletería del teatro y en Uepa tickets.


          South Sudan in Focus - October 09, 2018      Cache   Translate Page      
Thousands of displaced people in Yei River State are in dire need of food, shelter and clean drinking water; U.N. and African Union officials call on leaders to improve security in South Sudan; and top SPLM-IO leaders appeal to President Salva Kiir to respect the terms of the revitalized peace agreement.
          WFP river convoy brings aid to tens of thousands in South Sudan        Cache   Translate Page      
 
           『没イチ パートナーを亡くしてからの生き方』【新潮社】(2018.10.10前編/10.17後編)       Cache   Translate Page      


没イチ パートナーを亡くしてからの生き方

著 者:小谷みどり
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「バツイチ」ならぬ「没イチ」とは、妻や夫を亡くす経験をした単身者。一人になっても、あなたの人生は続いていくから......自身も夫を突然死で失った没イチの著者が語る、「悲しみは癒えなくても、逝ってしまった人の分まで人生を楽しむ」ススメとは?新潮社のサイトより)


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          IOC: Refugee Team to Take Part at Tokyo 2020 Olympics      Cache   Translate Page      
Refugees will take part in the Tokyo 2020 Olympics after the International Olympic Committee (IOC) on Tuesday said it would form a refugee team for the second consecutive Summer Games. IOC President Thomas Bach asked members of the Olympic body at its session in Buenos Aires to support the creation of a refugee team, along the lines of the one that competed at the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Games. The members responded with applause. "So you have created the refugee Olympic team, Tokyo 2020," Bach said. The German said the IOC had already identified a pool of more than 50 refugee athletes and it was necessary to keep the world aware of the plight of the tens of millions of refugees around the world. "There is one unfortunate reason for the creation of this team," Bach told a news conference. "This is the fact that the reasons we created the first ever team still persist. We have altogether 68.5 million refugees in this world." "Through sport we want to make a contribution to keep the world aware of this problem and this challenge and that it does not disappear from the conscience of the world, and send another signal of hope to these refugees." There were no details yet on the final size or makeup of the team but Bach said the pool of potential athletes for the team could grow more. "Last time (for Rio) we were under very high time pressure. Now we have two years. We have already taken precaution... and we have a pool of athletes in place. Already now we're supporting 51 or 52 refugee athletes who we have identified," Bach said. "This pool can still grow in the run-up to Tokyo 2020. It is too early to say how many will finally make it." The IOC unveiled its first team of refugees in an effort to raise awareness of the issue and it was one of the feel-good stories of the Rio Olympics. The 10-member team from Syria, Congo, Ethiopia and South Sudan hogged the spotlight after marching as the penultimate team before host nation Brazil in the Opening Ceremony at the Olympic stadium. The athletes took part in athletics, swimming and judo. The IOC has continued supporting these athletes, some of whom attended the IOC session in the Argentine capital. The IOC had said last year it was considering forming such a team again for the Tokyo Games and has continued to support the athletes who took part in Rio. "I am delighted that this tradition is to continue in Tokyo," said United Nations High Commissioner for refugees Filippo Grandi in a statement. "Giving these exceptional young people the opportunity to compete at the very highest levels is admirable."
          South Sudan: International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) available to facilitate release of detainees      Cache   Translate Page      
The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) is prepared to facilitate the release of detainees for all parties to the conflict in South Sudan. This is in-line with the Revitalized Agreement on the Resolution of the Conflict in the Republic of South Sudan, which mentions the ICRC as a facilitator of persons detained in […]
          U.N.'s Nikki Haley to leave in latest Trump shake-up      Cache   Translate Page      
WASHINGTON – In the latest shake-up for President Donald Trump’s turbulent administration, U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley abruptly announced Tuesday that she is resigning at the end of the year, raising fresh questions about the Trump team and about the outspoken diplomat’s own political ambitions.

The news blindsided some key U.S. allies and many congressional Republicans involved in foreign policy matters. And it came less than a month before congressional elections, thwarting White House efforts to project an image of stability, with the loss of one of the highest-profile women in the administration at a time when women’s votes are being vigorously pursued.

But Haley, the former South Carolina governor, has often been an unpredictable and independent force in the Trump administration. At times she has offered strikingly different perspectives on world events from her more isolationist-minded boss.

A smiling Haley announced her decision at an Oval Office meeting alongside the president, bringing up her own political prospects even as she underscored her continued support for Trump. Without prompting from reporters, she said she had no plans to run for president “in 2020” and would campaign for Trump.

Haley, who is 46 and not personally wealthy, hinted in her resignation letter to Trump that she is headed to the private sector.

“I have given everything I’ve got these last eight years,” she said, referring to her six years as governor as well as her time at the U.N. “And I do think it’s good to rotate in other people who can put that same energy and power into it.”

Trump was asked why the announcement was made now since Haley is staying until the end of the year.

Instead of answering directly, he recounted how she has had to work on tough issues, such as Iran and North Korea.

White House officials had sought to put a hold on Trump’s record-setting turnover in the run-up to the Nov. 6 elections, with aides being asked months ago to step down or commit to stay through Election Day to avoid adding to a sense of turmoil.

Still, the prospect of post-midterm changes continues to hang over the West Wing, and Haley’s exit was one that has been discussed, according to a senior administration official not authorized to publicly discuss private conversations.

A number of officials speculated that the timing was meant to preserve the ambassador’s own political future. A post in the Trump administration has proved to be a rickety stepping-stone to either lucrative private sector work or hopes for higher office, and the risk to those ambitions might only increase after the elections if Democrats make significant gains in Congress.

Trump said Haley first discussed leaving with him six months ago. The senior official noted that their conversation coincided with the appointments of Mike Pompeo as secretary of state and John Bolton as national security adviser in an earlier upending of top foreign policy officials. Haley had expressed some frustration that her voice had been diminished as the two men became the aggressive new faces of Trump’s international policy, the official said.

More recently, there was the awkward moment at the U.N., when Trump’s boasting of American economic strength under his leadership brought laughter at a General Assembly session. He insisted later that the delegates were laughing with him, not at him.

The six-month timeline also coincides with a high-profile spat between Haley and the White House in April, when she drew the president’s ire for previewing in a television appearance the administration’s planned imposition of a new round of sanctions on Russia. When the sanctions never materialized, White House officials said the plans had changed without Haley being briefed, and economic adviser Larry Kudlow suggested that she was confused.

“I don’t get confused,” Haley said in a sharply worded response to the West Wing.

Haley was appointed to the U.N. post in November 2016 and last month coordinated Trump’s second trip to the United Nations, including his first time chairing the Security Council.

A rookie to international politics, the former South Carolina governor was an unusual pick for to be U.N. envoy. “It was a blessing to go into the U.N. every day with body armor,” Haley said, saying her job was to defend America on the world stage.

At the U.N., she helped spearhead the administration’s efforts to combat what it alleged to be anti-American and anti-Israel actions by the international body, including the U.S. decision to leave the Human Rights Council and to stop funding the U.N. agency for Palestinian Refugees.

Haley also secured three successively tougher Security Council sanction resolutions against North Korea – which the administration has credited with bringing Kim Jong Un to the negotiating table – and an arms embargo against South Sudan. But under Haley’s tenure at the U.N., the U.S. has faced strong opposition from Russia when it comes to addressing the seven-year-old war in Syria, and frustration from European allies over reimposing nuclear sanctions against Iran.

Trump told reporters aboard Air Force One he was considering five candidates for Haley’s job and that a successor would be named in two to three weeks – or maybe sooner. Among those under consideration, Trump said, is former deputy national security adviser Dina Powell. Trump told reporters that he has heard his daughter Ivanka Trump’s name discussed for the post, but said if he selected her he’d be accused of nepotism.

In a tweet, the presidential senior adviser and eldest daughter praised Haley, saying Trump will “nominate a formidable replacement for Ambassador.”

She added: “That replacement will not be me.”

U.S. Ambassador to Germany Richard Grenell’s name has also been floated for the post, but Trump suggested he’d rather keep him in his current post “because he’s doing such a good job.”

The daughter of Indian immigrants, Haley clashed with then-candidate Trump during the 2016 campaign, denouncing “the siren call of the angriest voices” that disrespected America’s immigrants. Trump tweeted that “The people of South Carolina are embarrassed by Nikki Haley.”

Haley has one child in college and another approaching college age, and she has the potential to make much more money in the business world. She reported owing between $500,000 and $1 million on financial disclosures filed as part of her nomination to be U.S. ambassador to the United Nations. The debts included a personal mortgage of between $250,001 and $500,000, according to the report with the Office of Government Ethics.

Before she was named by Trump to her U.N. post, Haley was elected the first female governor of South Carolina. She was re-elected in 2014. As governor, she developed a national reputation as a racial conciliator who helped lead the effort to bring down the Confederate flag at the Statehouse and helped guide the state through one of its darkest moments, the massacre at a black church.


          Sudan: Five Aircraft Crashes in 24 Days Kill 21      Cache   Translate Page      
At least 21 people have been killed in a series of five bizarre crashes involving Sudanese air force craft and helicopters during the 24-day period from September 9 to October 3, according to the official Sudanese army’s Twitter feed. On October 3, the Sudanese army Twitter feed reported that “Sudan Air Force AN 30 & […]
          D.Dan / Covert Operation [2018]      Cache   Translate Page      
[Label: Lobster Theremin | Cat#: LT053] Sudan Sedan (5:29) Covert Operation (5:52) Haashish Gadani (6:18) Suspicious Frozen (6:07) TB
          Ratusan Ribu Warga Sigi Masih Mengungsi Karena Trauma Gempa      Cache   Translate Page      

"Saya baru akan kembali pulang jika kondisi sudan benar-benar normal. Artinya sudah tidak ada gempa susulan," kata Ny Mety, warga Desa Bolapapu di Kecamatan Kulawi.

Posting Ratusan Ribu Warga Sigi Masih Mengungsi Karena Trauma Gempa ditampilkan lebih awal di Terhangat Terpercaya.


          Spazio: gli anelli di Saturno fanno piovere sul pianeta trasudando materiali      Cache   Translate Page      

Un po’ tutti ci siamo stupiti quando da piccoli abbiamo scoperto che in realtà gli anelli di Saturno non sono in realtà come vengono rappresentati, ma sono piuttosto degli ammassi di rocce che girano intorno al pianeta. In ogni caso, questo pianeta è stato il punto d’approdo finale della sonda Cassini nel 2017. La sonda, […]

Leggi l'articolo completo su: Spazio: gli anelli di Saturno fanno piovere sul pianeta trasudando materiali - Articolo originale di: FocusTECH


          Sudan Releases Bible Shipments Detained in Port Years Ago      Cache   Translate Page      

JUBA, South Sudan (Morning Star News) – In a surprise move, Sudan has released shipments of Bibles long held in port, including one detained nearly six years ago, according to the head of the Bible Society in Sudan. The Rev. Ismail Abdurahman Kenani, Khartoum-based director of the Bible Society in Sudan, said port authorities had been […]

The post Sudan Releases Bible Shipments Detained in Port Years Ago appeared first on Morningstar News.


           TPS Recipients Keep Right to Work for Now       Cache   Translate Page      
​Around 250,000 foreign nationals—including significant portions of the labor force in construction and hospitality—were given temporary reprieve from approaching deportation deadlines. U.S. District Court Judge Edward Chen in San Francisco ordered the Trump administration to halt its plans to terminate Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for individuals from El Salvador, Haiti, Nicaragua and Sudan.
          South Sudan civil war taking a devastating toll on mental health       Cache   Translate Page      
According to MSF, there were 31 attempted and seven successful suicides in 2017 at the camp.
          Pilot First Officer Dash 8 R1 Airlines (Overseas - South Sudan) - Avmax Careers - Canada - Calgary, AB      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Pilot Captain Dash 8 R1 Airlines (Overseas - South Sudan) - Avmax Careers - Canada - Calgary, AB      Cache   Translate Page      
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          World's Most Powerful Passport Revealed As Countries' Global Rankings Shift      Cache   Translate Page      
Japan passport holders will find it easier than ever to travel the world, as their travel documents have just moved up in the global Henley Passport Index to take the top spot.

The Henley Passport Index is a ranking of all of the passports in the world based on the number of countries their holders can travel to visa-free.

Until now Japan had been sharing joint first place with Singapore, which gained visa-free access to Uzbekistan earlier this year bringing its total to 189 countries.

However, earlier this month Japan gained visa-free access to Myanmar bringing its total to 190 - once again taking it to the top spot.


It's still a milestone for both Japan and Singapore, as 2018 is the first year in the index's 13-year history that either of them has had the most powerful passport in the world.
Both are way ahead of the UK and US which share fifth place with Portugal, the Netherlands, Austria and Luxembourg - but it's worth noting that the top four spots are shared by 10 countries.

Experts had previously revealed that the UK ranking is unlikely to increase until there is certainty regarding Brexit.
Full Henley Passport Index 2018

    Japan (190 countries)
    Singapore (189 countries)
    Germany, France, South Korea (188 countries)
    Denmark, Finland, Italy, Sweden, Spain (187 countries)
    Norway, UK, Austria, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Portugal, USA (186 countries)
    Belgium, Switzerland, Ireland, Canada (185 countries)
    Australia, Greece, Malta (183 countries)
    New Zealand, Czech Republic (182 countries)
    Iceland (181 countries)
    Hungary, Slovenia, Malyasia (180 countries)
    Slovakia, Latvia, Lithuania (179 countries)
    Liechtenstein, Estonia (178 countries)
    Poland (175 countries)
    Monaco, Chile (174 countries)
    Cyprus (173 countries)
    Brazil (171 countries)
    Argentina, Hong Kong (170 countries)
    Croatia, Bulgaria, Romania (169 countries)
    Andorra, San Marino (168 countries)
    Brunei (165 countries)
    Israel, Barbados, UAE (161 countries)
    Mexico (158 countries)
    Bahamas (155 countries)
    Uruguay (154 countries)
    Seychelles (152 countries)
    St Kitts & Nevis (151 countries)
    Antigua (150 countries)
    Costa Rica (149 countries)
    Vatican City, Taiwan (148 countries)
    Trinidad and Tobago (147 countries)
    Mauritius, St Lucia (146 countries)
    St Vincent and the Grenadines (145 countries)
    Macao, Grenada (144 countries)
    Paraguay (143 countries)
    Panama (141 countries)
    Venezulea, Honduras (138 countries)
    Dominica, Guatemala, El Savador (137 countries)
    Peru (135 countries)
    Serbia, Solomon Islands (130 countries)
    Samoa, Vanuatu (129 countries)
    Nicaragua, Ukraine (128 countries)
    Colombia, Tuvalu (127 countries)
    Macedonia (125 countries)
    Marshall Islands, Tonga (124 countries)
    Kiribati, Montenegro (123 countries)
    Micronesia, Moldova (122 countries)
    Russia, Palau Islands (119 countries)
    Bosnia and Herzegovina (118 countries)
    Albania (114 countries)
    Georgia (112 countries)
    Turkey (111 countries)
    South Africa (102 countries)
    Belize (101 countries)
    Timor-Leste (98 countries)
    Ecuador, Kuwait (93 countries)
    Fiji (90 countries)
    Guyana (88 countries)
    Maldives (87 countries)
    Nauru (86 countries)
    Qatar (85 countries)
    Jamaica (84 countries)
    Papua New Guinea (83 countries)
    Botswana (82 countries)
    Bahrain (81 countries)
    Suriname (80 countries)
    Bolivia (79 countries)
    Oman (78 countries)
    Belarus, Thailand (77 countries)
    Namibia, Kazakhstan (76 countries)
    Saudi Arabia (75 countries)
    Lesotho, China (74 countries)
    Indonesia (73 countries)
    Swaziland, Kenya, Malawi (71 countries)
    Gambia, Tanzania, Zambia (68 countries)
    Tunisia, Azerbaijan, Philippines, Dominican Republic (66 countries)
    Cape Verde, Cuba (65 countries)
    Uganda, Zimbabwe (64 countries)
    Ghana, Kyrgyzstan (63 countries)
    Sierra Leone (62 countries)
    Armenia, Benin, Morocco, Mongolia (61 countries)
    India (60 countries)
    Uzbekistan (59 countries)
    Sao Tome, Mauritania, Mozambique, Tajikistan (58 countries)
    Burkina Faso (57 countries)
    Senegal, Cote d'Ivoire, Guinea (56 countries)
    Mali, Gabon, Bhutan (55 countries)
    Togo, Niger, Cambodia, Rwanda (54 countries)
    Chad, Madagascar, Guinea-Bissau, Turkmenistan (53 countries)
    Comores Islands, Equatorial Guinea, Haiti, Laos (52 countries)
    Vietnam (51 countries)
    Algeria, Jordan (50 countries)
    Central African Republic, Angola, Egypt (49 countries)
    Cameroon, Myanmar (48 countries)
    Liberia, Nigeria, Congo (Republic) (47 countries)
    Burundi (46 countries)
    Djibouti (45 countries)
    Kosovo (44 countries)
    Congo (Democratic Republic), Iran (43 countries)
    Sri Lanka, Ethiopia, North Korea (42 countries)
    South Sudan, Bangladesh, Lebanon, Libya (41 countries)
    Nepal (40 countries)
    Sudan, Eritrea, Palestinian Territory (39 countries)
    Yemen (37 countries)
    Pakistan (33 countries)
    Somalia, Syria (32 countries)
    Iraq, Afghanistan (30 countries)



          South Sudan civil war taking a devastating toll on mental health       Cache   Translate Page      
According to MSF, there were 31 attempted and seven successful suicides in 2017 at the camp.
          #14 Escalada de el Gran Capitán, vídeo en 360 grados      Cache   Translate Page      

#10 A mi me sudan las manos.
En esta charla TED www.ted.com/talks/alex_honnold_how_i_climbed_a_3_000_foot_vertical_cli comenta como subiendo el Half Dome decidió el día del solo improvisar la ascensión y llego a un punto en el que tenía dudas sobre un apoyo con el pie y estuvo un rato bloqueada al borde de entrae en pánico. Este tío no tiene activación de la amígdala. Es una absoluta locura arriesgar la vida por un ideal de perfección.

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          Researchers Say Human Toll of South Sudan War 'as Bad as Iraq or Syria'       Cache   Translate Page      
The five-year war in South Sudan is among the deadliest the world has seen in recent years, according to a new analysis by researchers from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. The authors of the report, which was funded by the United States Institute of Peace, hope the new analysis will help to illustrate the true human cost of the war and give a renewed impetus to peace talks and humanitarian funding.The civil war in South Sudan erupted in December 2013 as rebels took up arms against the government. A peace agreement signed two years later broke down and the conflict spread. Fighting has continued, despite another ceasefire deal signed last month. The conflict has caused about 382,000 excess deaths, according to the report.  Most of those killed were adult males, though women and children also contributed to the figure, says lead author Professor Francesco Checci. “We were surprised at the extent of violence – the proportion of deaths that were actually due to people getting killed. I think this places South Sudan more broadly on a par with the likes of Syria and Iraq as opposed to other sub-Saharan African conflicts that we have seen in the past,” Checci told VOA. Researchers used census projections to estimate population figures alongside mortality data from household surveys. They also captured data on various predictors of mortality such as conflict intensity, displacement, and food security. A statistical model was then used to estimate the death toll attributable to the war, covering not only violent deaths, but also deaths caused by a lack of healthcare, food shortages or disease caused by the conflict. “They have actually been shown in many different armed conflicts to be sometimes the majority of deaths attributable to the crisis,” notes Checci. The researchers say their findings show the urgency of a resolution to the conflict. They also hope the analysis can inform the humanitarian response in South Sudan, one of the largest such operations worldwide.  Humanitarian agencies are seeking $1.7 billion to meet the country's needs this year, but that figure is only half funded, according to the United Nations. “I’m hoping that by putting fairly concrete, objective, hopefully scientifically credible numbers around some crude metric over the level of suffering and impact that these crises have on people, we’re actually going to be able to influence that broad global commitment to humanitarian financing,” says Checci. The researchers now hope to apply the statistical technique to other African conflicts, starting with the Nigerian government’s war against Boko Haram Islamist militants. 
          Zain Sudan signs LTE roaming agreement with Telenor      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Youth Development Work Principles and Practices - Matsh Youth Development , Dubai,Bahrain,Egypt,Israel,Kuwait,Lebanon,Malaysia,Morocco,Oman,Saudi Arabia,Sudan,Tunisia       Cache   Translate Page      
This program is designed to introduce you to a range of different approaches to working with young people. You may already have experience of youth work. If so, then you have been working in a wide-ranging and complex field. However, you may have experience of only one type of youth work practice. We have designed this program so that you can get a clear understanding of several of the key practices in youth work. This will enable you to develop your insight and skill by allowing you to draw on a rich frame of reference.

Program Benefits

When you successfully complete this program, you should be able to:
Define Youth Development concept.
Briefly describe, in your own words, the history and position of youth development work in your country.
Delineate the professional role of the youth worker.
Explain the important factors that have affected youth development work and that influence current trends.
Begin working effectively with young people and adults in enabling them to improve the quality of their lives.
Select from a range of different approaches to youth development work those that are most appropriate to specific circumstances.

Who Should Attend?

Youth program coordinators.
Young leaders.
Youth workers in government departments, corporates and NGOs.
School and University teachers.
Professionals responsible for policy formulation and strategy development in youth focused organizations.

Program Outline

Day 1
Youth Development
What is Youth development? and how does it influence youth work?
Youth Development theories and practivcies
Interactionist perspective - Functional Perspective
Youth Development Values
Enabling - Empowering

Day 2
Youth development work: history and traditions
Youth development work in families and communities
Youth work as social and leisure provision
Out of school education
Youth work for national development
Youth welfare work

Day 3
Youth development work: models and approaches
Treatment Model
Reform Model
Advocacy Model
Conscientisation Model
Youth Development Practices

Day 4
Youth Worker roles and methods
Working face to face with young people in a variety of settings
Managing and supporting other paid and volunteer workers
Formulating and developing community policies for governmental and non-governmental organisations (NGOs)

Cost:

Certified


          Positive Youth Development Strategies - Matsh Youth Development , Dubai,Bahrain,Egypt,Kuwait,Lebanon,Malaysia,Morocco,Oman,Saudi Arabia,Sudan,Tunisia       Cache   Translate Page      
Course Overview

Positive Youth Development (PYD) is a theory based on years of research on the best ways to help young people grow into adulthood. This program is designed to help youth workers to understand the Positive Youth Development approaches, such as the individual strength approach that promote young people's social and emotional well-being.

In this program we discuss the outside influences that promote young people's social and emotional well-being. Also the program aims to examine approaches of working with young people to create a growth plan and to create positive places for young people. Creating a step by step action plan for integrating Positive Youth Development into youth organizations is also presented in this program.

Course Benefits

When you successfully complete this program, you should be able to:
  • Understand the Positive Youth Development approaches.
  • Identify the developmental needs of young people and adolescents.
  • Work effectively with young people to create a growth plan.
  • Make use of individual strength approach that promote young people's social and emotional well-being.
  • Create positive places for young people.
  • Create an action plan for integrating Positive Youth Development into your organization.
Who Should Attend?
  • Department heads of youth focused institutions.
  • Young Leaders
  • Professionals responsible for youth program development, in government departments, corporations and NGOs.
  • Youth Workers.
  • Student Activities coordinators.
  • Professionals responsible for policy formulation and strategy development in youth focused organizations.
  • School and University teachers.

Course Outline

Day 1
  • What is Positive Youth development?
  • The concept
  • Strength based approaches
  • Individual strengths that promote young people's social and emotional well-being
  • The 5 Cs
  • Outside influences that promote young people's social and emotional well-being
  • Families - Schools - Communities
Day 2
  • The Developmental Assets
  • The five Promises
  • Work with young person to create a growth plan
  • Youth immediate needs
  • Assisting young person to set goals
  • Active listening skills to determine youth's strengths and interests
  • Rewarding youth
Day 3
  • Putting Positive Youth Development into practice
  • Building individual strength in youth
  • Youth involvement
  • Creating positive places for young people
  • What makes a place positive?
  • how to keep youth places positive?
Day 4
  • Creating a step by step action plan for integrating Positive Youth Development into your organization
  • Select PYD framework
  • Train staff and volunteers
  • Preview your mission statement
  • Review your programs
  • Establish a concrete ways to involve youth in your programs
  • Assess your programs

Cost:

Certified


          Managing Youth Economic Development Projects - Matsh Youth Development , Dubai,Bahrain,Egypt,Kuwait,Lebanon,Malaysia,Morocco,Oman,Saudi Arabia,Sudan,Tunisia       Cache   Translate Page      
Course Overview

The purpose of this program is to explore some of the development possibilities of the links between youth work and contemporary economic change. We will describe the skills needed to promote self employment among young women and young men, including the principles of setting up micro enterprises. We will explore how aspects of informal education can help young people to develop enterprise skills and undertake enterprise projects.

In this program, we focuses on the nature of current economic development and its relationship to enterprise activity. Other sessions concentrate on practical guidelines and exercises to develop enterprise skills. While one session of this program takes the form of a training program that you will be able to deliver to enterprising youth in your community.

Course Benefits

When you successfully complete this program, you should be able to:
  • Identify the different factors that shape and influence current economic development, particularly at a local level.
  • Use experiential learning strategies to develop youth enterprise skills, with the aim of promoting local economic development.
  • Support young women and young men in setting up small business projects.
  • Contribute entrepreneurial expertise in the development of local economic strategies.
  • Devise and deliver programs of informal education for young people to acquire enterprise skills.
Who Should Attend?
  • Mentors of business incubators and accelerators.
  • Professionals responsible for the development of economic strategies.
  • Youth Program coordinators.
  • Young leaders.
  • Youth workers in government departments, corporations and NGOs.

Course Outline

Day 1
  • Understanding Economic Development
  • Opportunities in the global market
  • Unleashing entrepreneurship
  • Economic development in rural areas
  • Youth enterprise
  • Small and informal enterprises
  • Training entrepreneurs
  • Government policies and support
  • Changing role of government and NGOs
Day 2
  • Youth and enterprise
  • What is youth enterprise?
  • Barriers to enterprise
  • Being creative
  • The enterprise development cycle
  • Setting up a small business
  • Setting up a small business: The training program
  • Starting out
  • Preparing the ground
  • Accounting practice
  • The business model
Day 3
  • Planning a micro-enterprise
  • Planning an enterprise
  • Planning for micro and informal enterprises
  • Informal learning
  • Opportunities for young people

Cost:

Certified


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          IPOB Rejects VP Slot For South-East, Insists On Referendum For Biafra’s Exit      Cache   Translate Page      

....Says Buhari, Atiku, APC, PDP tickets for Fulani agenda
The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) said that it was not interested in who clinches which party ticket or becomes president or vice in 2019 general election but wants referendum for Biafran restoration.

The group described as ‘disgraceful horse trading’ going on for the position of vice presidential candidate among South East politicians is indicative of their hopelessness and self aggrandisement at the expense of the collective advancement of the people.

Media and Publicity Secretary of IPOB, Emma Powerful, in a statement, said that all the people of Biafra want is a referendum, saying Biafrans must decide whether they wish to continue staying in Nigeria or not before any election can be conducted in Biafraland.

Powerful’s statement read, “Those irrationally jubilating in the South East and South South over the PDP nominee must remember it was Atiku, Saraki, Obasanjo, Tambowal, Kwankwonso and others that conspired against Jonathan in 2015 to put a Fulani man in power.

“Now Jonathan is gone, the big Fulani guns that abandoned him to join APC to ensure the loss of his presidency, have now jumped out of APC into PDP to overrun the east.

“We wonder why people will forget so easily, especially South East and South South people.

“The hidden agenda Fulani doesn’t want people to understand is that they want to continue ruling Nigeria with Jubril from Sudan or another Fulani in PDP.

“They have succeeded in replacing their late hitman Mohammad Buhari with Atiku Abubakar to continue their Fulani agenda”.

“We view with utter disdain and sadness the macabre dance of shame being exhibited by some elements from the east over the emergence of Atiku Abubakar.

“These shameless politicians, typified by the institutionalised bundle of treachery abundant in Ohaneze Ndigbo ideology, have reared their ugly heads once again in the never ending cycle of humiliation and suffering for Biafrans in Nigeria.

“If people can forget with such ease that Atiku Abubakar is yet another Fulani Muslim with a major stake in the murderous tendencies of Miyetti Allah a.k.a Fulani herdsmen, then there is reason to question the sanity of those that claim they are political leaders in the south.

“Those irrationally jubilating in the South East and South South over the PDP nominee must remember it was Atiku, Saraki, Obasanjo, Tambowal, Kwankwonso and others that conspired against Jonathan in 2015 to put a Fulani man in power.

“Now Jonathan is gone, the big Fulani guns that abandoned him to join APC to ensure the loss of his presidency, have now jumped out of APC into PDP to overrun the east.

“We wonder why people will forget so easily, especially South East and South South people.

“The emergence of Alhaji Atiku Abubarka did not come as a surprise because we the Indigenous people of Biafra (IPOB) ably led by Mazi Nnamdi Kanu are well aware and informed on the antics of the Fulani caliphate with their jihadist plans to perpetuate the suffering and conquest of the rest of Nigeria particularly the former Eastern Region.

“It’s a shame that Ohaneze Ndigbo and eastern politicians are still ignorant of this fact but they claim they are learned.

“How quickly so-called leaders of the east have forgotten that it was Buhari that truncated the guaranteed Ekwueme presidency with his anti-east military coup of 1983.

“It was the same Buhari that killed civilians and blackmailed another easterner Goodluck Jonathan out of office, using the formidable might of global Islamic brotherhood led by Obama,” the statement stated

          World: Les réfugiés font les frais d’une importante pénurie de fonds      Cache   Translate Page      
Source: UN High Commissioner for Refugees
Country: Afghanistan, Burundi, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Somalia, South Sudan, Syrian Arab Republic, World

Ceci est un résumé des déclarations du porte-parole du HCR Babar Baloch – à qui toute citation peut être attribuée – lors de la conférence de presse du 09 octobre 2018 au Palais des Nations à Genève.

Selon un nouveau rapport du HCR, l’Agence des Nations Unies pour les réfugiés, publié aujourd'hui par le Service du HCR pour la mobilisation des ressources et des relations avec les donateurs, le financement pour l’aide et l’assistance aux personnes déracinées et aux apatrides à travers le monde se réduit. A peine plus de la moitié des besoins sont satisfaits. Les difficultés et les risques s'aggravent pour de nombreux réfugiés et déplacés internes ainsi que pour les communautés d’accueil.

Avec 68,5 millions de personnes déracinées à travers le monde au début de cette année, l’aide financière des gouvernements pour l’assistance et la protection des réfugiés, ou d’autres situations de déplacement, a rarement été sous une telle pression. Sur la base des contributions versées à ce jour, nous prévoyons que le financement pour 2018 ne couvrira que 55 pour cent des 8,2 milliards de dollars dont nous avons besoin. Ce chiffre était de 56,6 pour cent en 2017 et de 58 pour cent en 2016. En un mot, le financement des donateurs accuse un retard croissant, alors que le nombre de personnes déracinées à travers le monde est en augmentation.

Et les conséquences pour les réfugiés et les personnes déplacées en particulier sont bien concrètes. Situation après situation, nous constatons une augmentation de la malnutrition, des installations sanitaires surpeuplées, des logements et des abris de plus en plus délabrés, des enfants dans des salles de classe surpeuplées ou sans école, et des risques croissants en matière de protection en raison de la pénurie de personnel pour traiter les enfants non accompagnés, les victimes ou la violence sexuelle.

Le Burundi, la République démocratique du Congo, le Soudan du Sud, l’Afghanistan, la Somalie et la Syrie sont les six pays où la situation des réfugiés et des personnes déplacées est fortement compromise.

Le HCR exprime sa gratitude aux donateurs pour leur appui essentiel. La nature flexible des dons permet d’atténuer l’impact des crises, et d’allouer les fonds là où les besoins sont critiques.

Situation Burundi

La situation des réfugiés burundais arrive en tête avec un financement estimé seulement à 28 pour cent des 206 millions de dollars nécessaires. L’impact se fait expressément ressentir dans tous les domaines de l’aide en faveur des 400 000 réfugiés dans les pays voisins.

Les réfugiés ne peuvent plus nourrir leurs familles suite aux réductions des rations alimentaires. Les abris sont délabrés dans certains endroits, les centres de santé ont du mal à faire face au nombre de patients, les salles de classe sont surpeuplées et la capacité de fournir des services de soutien aux enfants non accompagnés et aux victimes de violences sexuelles est très limitée.

En Tanzanie, des années après leur arrivée, environ 52 pour cent des 232 716 réfugiés burundais vivent toujours dans des abris d’urgence et presque 18 000 élèves réfugiés suivent des cours en plein air sous les arbres.

Dans le campement de Nakivale, en Ouganda, des milliers de familles réfugiées doivent utiliser des latrines communes, ce qui leur fait courir des risques élevés en matière d’épidémies et du besoin d’intimité. Les femmes et les enfants sont en particulier exposés à des risques élevés en matière de protection. Avec du matériel pédagogique insuffisant et des salles de classe surpeuplées, l’éducation est rudimentaire.

Le manque de fonds a contraint le HCR à mettre fin à son programme d’assistance en espèces dans le camp de Mahama, au Rwanda, qui accueille 19 500 familles. Cela a gravement affecté la capacité des réfugiés à subvenir à leurs besoins essentiels.

Situation République démocratique du Congo

En ce qui concerne la République démocratique du Congo affectée par le conflit, ainsi que les pays accueillant des réfugiés congolais, le HCR n’a reçu jusqu’à présent que 31 pour cent des fonds nécessaires sur les 369 millions de dollars recherchés.

Le financement limité affecte l’accès à l’éducation et aux soins de santé, ainsi que les activités de subsistance, en particulier à destination des jeunes. Dans les pays hôtes qui accueillent près de 800 000 réfugiés, les camps et les installations ont dépassé leur capacité initiale d’accueil mais doivent encore accueillir de nouveaux arrivants réfugiés.

Les normes minimales sont souvent difficiles à respecter en ce qui concerne les distributions alimentaires, les niveaux nutritionnels, la santé et d’autres besoins fondamentaux.

A l’intérieur de la RDC, des fonds d’urgence sont nécessaires pour décongestionner les camps et les sites de déplacés afin d’enrayer la propagation des maladies transmissibles.

Situation Afghanistan

Alors que le conflit dure depuis près de quatre décennies, environ 2,4 millions d’Afghans vivent au Pakistan et en Iran en tant que réfugiés. Par ailleurs, 1,9 million de personnes sont également déplacées en Afghanistan. Les opérations du HCR pour 2018 pour ces trois crises sont financées à hauteur de 32 pour cent par rapport aux besoins, soit 304 millions de dollars.

En Afghanistan, le manque de financement affecte les projets du HCR dans 60 localités. Ces projets comprennent l’aide à 132 700 familles afghanes pour réhabiliter et construire des logements dans le cadre de programmes « cash for work » (travail contre espèces), le soutien au micro-entreprises, la fourniture de panneaux solaires pour les systèmes d’éclairage dans les maisons ou l’allocation d’espaces adaptés aux jeunes et aux femmes.

Au Pakistan, qui accueille 1,4 million de réfugiés afghans, le manque de financement affecte la gratuité de l’enseignement primaire pour 57 000 enfants réfugiés ainsi que les services de santé de base dans 54 villages de réfugiés. Le manque d’accès aux services sociaux, comme la santé et l’éducation, ainsi que la baisse des formations sur les moyens de subsistance pourrait forcer les réfugiés à partir ou à retourner en Afghanistan.

En Iran, le manque de financement signifie que moins de réfugiés vulnérables bénéficient d’une prime subventionnée pour l’affiliation au régime national d’assurance maladie et que les réfugiés les plus vulnérables ne pourraient donc pas se permettre de s’inscrire. La baisse du soutien au système de soins de santé primaires réduirait la disponibilité des services dans les régions reculées. La baisse d’investissement dans le système éducatif limite la scolarisation des enfants afghans.

Situation Soudan

Le conflit en cours dans la plus jeune nation au monde a forcé environ 2,4 millions de personnes à devenir des réfugiés, tandis que deux millions d’autres sont déplacées à l’intérieur du pays. L’appel de fonds du HCR pour un montant de 783 millions de dollars en faveur des réfugiés et des déplacés internes n’est financé qu’à hauteur de 33 pour cent.

Faute de fonds suffisants, l’aide alimentaire pour les réfugiés a été interrompue à de nombreuses reprises. Les taux élevés de malnutrition aiguë globale (MAG) et de malnutrition aiguë sévère (MAS) signalés dans les pays d’asile ont aggravé les tous premiers problèmes en matière de protection auxquels sont confrontés les réfugiés sud-soudanais avant leur fuite, en particulier les femmes, les enfants et les jeunes.

Des rations complètes n’ont été distribuées qu’aux réfugiés au Kenya et en Ouganda et à 75% des réfugiés en République centrafricaine. Environ sept pour cent des réfugiés sud-soudanais vivent dans des abris semi-permanents.

Au Soudan, environ 80 000 réfugiés n’ont toujours pas accès à des latrines dans les 10 camps. Dans certains cas, plus de 70 personnes utilisent la même latrine commune. 57 000 réfugiés vivent dans des installations informelles à Khartoum sans aucune assistance.

En Ouganda, le manque de ressources ne permet pas de disposer de suffisamment de personnel pour assurer la qualité des services de protection de l’enfance et un suivi adéquat des enfants pris en charge. Un travailleur social s’occupe de 150 enfants. Les enfants représentent 63 pour cent de la population réfugiée. L’approvisionnement en eau des réfugiés demeure également inférieur à la norme.

Situation Syrie

Environ 5,6 millions de réfugiés syriens dans la région et 6,2 millions de déplacés à l’intérieur du pays sont directement affectés par le manque de fonds. L’appel de fonds du HCR, d’un montant de 1,968 milliard de dollars pour la crise syrienne, n’est financé qu’à hauteur de 35 pour cent.

Le HCR est confronté à un défi de taille : venir en aide à 1,3 million de réfugiés syriens dans la région et 1,35 million de déplacés internes et de rapatriés en Syrie, avec une aide pour les équipements contre la saison hivernale. L’aide en espèces durant la saison d’hiver est particulièrement importante au Liban et en Jordanie. Elle constitue un moyen efficace et essentiel d’aider les réfugiés pendant l’hiver.

Sans financement supplémentaire, l’aide en espèces cessera en novembre. Cela pourrait avoir un impact dévastateur sur les familles de réfugiés en Jordanie et au Liban, où la majorité des familles vivent sous le seuil de pauvreté. Environ un demi-million de réfugiés ont cruellement besoin d’un financement pour payer leur loyer, subvenir à leurs besoins quotidiens et maintenir leur accès aux services essentiels.

L’inflation des coûts liés aux soins de santé augmente le risque que les familles de réfugiés ne soient même pas en mesure d’obtenir les services médicaux essentiels, comme la vaccination des enfants. Des ressources sont nécessaires pour fournir des soins de santé à 35 000 réfugiés syriens vulnérables dans la région, en particulier en Jordanie et au Liban.

Situation Somalie

Plus d’un million de réfugiés somaliens sont accueillis dans six pays et deux autres millions sont déplacés à l’intérieur du pays. Le HCR recherche 522 millions de dollars pour l’aide aux réfugiés et aux déplacés somaliens. A ce jour, cette opération est financée à hauteur de 37 pour cent.

Après des décennies de conflit, la vie des Somaliens s’est quelque peu améliorée, mais la situation reste fragile et nécessite un soutien continu. L’absence de soutien aux réfugiés et aux communautés d’accueil pourrait entraîner une détérioration des conditions humanitaires, donner l’impression d’un manque de soutien aux communautés d’accueil et précipiter les retours de réfugiés avant que le gouvernement somalien ne soit en capacité de les accueillir et les intégrer.

Vous trouverez toutes les informations sur les situations confontées aux plus importantes pénuries de fonds dans la brochure disponible ici (version anglaise).

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          Niger: Niger: Country Operation Update, September 2018      Cache   Translate Page      
Source: UN High Commissioner for Refugees
Country: Algeria, Eritrea, Libya, Mali, Niger, Nigeria, Somalia, Sudan

KEY INDICATORS

1,536 Refugees evacuated temporarily from Libya to Niger as part of the ETM (Emergency Transit Mechanism) from November 2017 – September 2018

2,143 Persons profiled by UNHCR in Agadez seeking asylum

41,794 Persons internally displaced in the Tillaberi & Tahoua regions

Operational Context

The key situations include:

1. The Mali situation: began in 2012 with the outbreak of conflict in northern Mali. The regions of Tillaberi and Tahoua bordering Mali and hosting the majority of the Malian refugees are increasingly affected by insecurity and terrorism. A State of Emergency was declared last year, and extended this year. There are currently 58,567 Malian refugees in Niger. UNHCR supports the socioeconomic integration of these refugees and the closure of the camps by the end of 2020 through urbanization and other programmes aimed at integration.

2. The Nigeria situation: began in 2013, with the arrival of the first Nigerian refugees across the border fleeing Boko Haram. The situation deteriorated with the first attacks in Niger territory in 2015. There are over 250,000 displaced persons in the region. The majority live in spontaneous sites or with the local population, while UNHCR manages one refugee camp, with 14,405 people.
An EU Trust Fund project is ongoing in Diffa region, aimed at supporting economic recovery and long term solutions through the construction of durable housing.

3. Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs): The displaced population in the Diffa region is extremely mixed, including refugees, IDPs and returnees. However, the IDP situation in Niger has become more complex with increasing insecurity in the regions of Tillaberi and Tahoua, bordering Mali. In 2018, attacks and insecurity in the area have resulted in the internal displacement of at least 41,794 people (with more than 10,000 in Tillia department this month). Protection monitoring, advocacy, capacity building and coordinated efforts with humanitarian actors are ongoing to ensure an adequate response to the situation. A humanitarian corridor will be set up in early October to secure access for evaluations, targeting exercises and emergency response of humanitarian actors.

4. Mixed Migration: Niger is a major crossroads of migratory movements northwards towards Libya,
Algeria and the Mediterranean. These migratory flows constitute mixed migration, including economic migrants as well as persons in need of international protection. In Agadez, UNHCR works to identify asylum seekers within the migratory flows and works with the government, as well as IOM and NGOs to provide these persons with information and assistance. 2,143 persons, mostly Sudanese, are currently profiled by UNHCR in Agadez. 25% are minors and 227 are unaccompanied or separated children. The situation has become more complex, with the addition of downward movements from Libya and Algeria. A new humanitarian centre is being built to accommodate and screen those seeking protection.

5. Emergency Transit Mechanism (ETM): This unique programme aims to provide life-saving protection, assistance and long-term solutions to extremely vulnerable refugees trapped in detention in Libya, through temporary evacuation to Niger. The aim is to deliver protection and identify durable solutions, including resettlement for these refugees, who are mainly Eritrean and Somalian. Their profiles mainly include survivors of torture or other forms of violence in the country of origin and/or transit countries (e.g. Libya) and others with compelling protection needs. Many of them are unaccompanied children and women and girls at risk.


          NEWS ALERT: RAIA WA SYRIA,SUDAN KUSINI WAKAMATWA JNIA WAKISAFIRISHA MAMILIONI YA FEDHA      Cache   Translate Page      
ABIRIA wawili Raia wa Sudan Kusini na Syria leo wamekamatwa Kiwanja cha Ndege cha Kimataifa cha Julius Nyerere (JNIA) wakisafirisha fedha taslim dola elfu 70 za Kimarekani sawa na shilingi milioni 156 za Kitanzania na paundi 3410 za Sudan bila kufuata taratibu.

Akizungumza na waandishi wa habari kwenye ukumbi wa mikutano wa Jengo la Pili la abiria la JNIA, Msemaji wa Jeshi la Polisi, Kamishna Msaidizi, Barnabas Mwakalukwa alimtaja Raia wa Sudan Kusini Bi. Nada Zaelnoon Ahamed (38) mwenye hati ya kusafiria namba P01563534 amekamatwa saa 10:00 jioni akiwa eneo la ukaguzi wakati akiingia ndani tayari kusafiri kwa ndege ya Shirika la Ndege la Kenya (KQ 485) akielekea Nairobi.

Hata hivyo, Afande Mwakalukwa amesema abiria huyo mbali na fedha hizo za Kimarekani pia amekamatwa na paundi za Sudan 3410, ambazo zote kwa pamoja alishindwa kutoa taarifa ya fedha alizokutwa nazo kwa mujibu wa sheria ya utakatishaji fedha ya mwaka 2006 iliyofanyiwa marekebisho mwaka 2012.

Pia alimtaja Bw. Mohamed Belal (31), Raia wa Syria mwenye hati ya kusafiria namba 003-16L096876 aliyekuwa akisafiri kwa ndege ya Shirika la ndege la Ethiopia (ET 864) kuelekea Syria kupitia Addis Ababa amekamatwa na dola za kimarekani 10,000 sawa na Tsh. milioni 20 za Kitanzania, ambazo naye alishindwa kuzitolea taarifa. “Watuhumiwa wote wawili wamezuiwa na hawawezi kuendelea na safari zao kwa ajili ya uchunguzi zaidi na hatua za kisheria zilizopo,” amesema Afande Mwakalukwa.

Naye Mkurugenzi Mkuu wa Mamlaka ya Viwanja vya Ndege Tanzania (TAA), Bw. Richard Mayongela amewapongeza maafisa usalama wa JNIA kwa kufanya kazi kwa weledi na uadilifu pamoja na kushirikiana na vyombo vingine vya ulinzi na usalama katika kuhakikisha wasafiri, wadau na maeneo yote ya viwanja vya ndege yanabaki salama na vitendo vya kiuhalifu havina nafasi katika viwanja hivyo. Bw. Mayongela amesema pamoja na watumishi hao kufanya kazi katika wakati mgumu kutokana na baadhi ya abiria kuwa watata kila wanapotaka kutekeleza wajibu wao kwa mujibu wa sheria na kanuni.


Kamishna Msaidizi na Msemaji wa Jeshi la Polisi, Barnabas Mwakalukwa akinyanyua juu moja ya bunda la Dola za Kimarekani zilizokamatwa leo kwenye Kiwanja cha Ndege cha Kimataifa cha Julius Nyerere (JNIA), zikisafirisha isivyo halali na raia wa Sudan Kusini Bi. Nada Zaelnoon Ahamed na Bw. Mohamed Belal, raia wa Syria. 
Jumla ya Dola za Kimarekani 70,000 sawa na Tsh. milioni 156 za Kitanzania zikiwa zimekamatwa leo kwenye Kiwanja cha Ndege cha Kimataifa cha Julius Nyerere (JNIA), zikisafirishwa na Raia wawili wa Syria Bw. Mohamed Belal na Bi. Nada Zaelnoo Ahamed raia wa Sudan Kusini kwa kutofuata taratibu. 
Bi.Nada Zaelnoon Ahamed (38) Raia wa Sudan Kusini (katikati mwenye ushungi) akiwa mbele ya waandishi wa habari kwenye ukumbi wa mikutano wa Jengo la Pili la abiria la Kiwanja cha Ndege cha Kimataifa cha Julius Nyerere (JNIA), baada ya kukamatwa na dola 60,000 za Kimarekani na Paundi 3410 za Sudan. 

Raia wa Syria, Bw. Mohamed Belal (31) mwenye fulana nyeupe akiwa mbele ya waandishi wa habari kwenye ukumbi wa mikutano wa Jengo la Pili la abiria la Kiwanja cha Ndege cha Kimataifa cha Julius Nyerere (JNIA), baada ya kukamatwa na dola 10,000 za Kimarekani, ambazo hakuzitolea taarifa kwa Maafisa wa Forodha wa kiwanjani hapo. 
Mkurugenzi wa Kiwanja cha Ndege cha Kimataifa cha Julius Nyerere (JNIA), Bw. Paul Rwegasha (kushoto) akimsikiliza Kamishna Msaidizi wa Polisi, Barnabas Mwakalukwa (aliyesimama) alipokuwa akitoa maelezo kwa waandishi wa habari leo ya kukamatwa kwa Raia wawili wa Sudan Kusini na Syria waliokuwa wakisafirikisha fedha taslim milioni 156 bila kufuata sharia. 
Mkurugenzi Mkuu wa Mamlaka ya Viwanja vya Ndege Tanzania (TAA), Bw. Richard Mayongela (wa pili kulia) akisisitiza jambo kwenye mkutano na waandishi wa habari (hawapo pichani) uliofanyika kwenye ukumbi wa Mikutano wa Jengo la Pili la abiria la Kiwanja cha ndege cha Kimataifa cha Julius Nyerere (JNIA), wakati walipokamatwa Raia wawili wa Syria na Sudan Kusini wakisafirisha mamilioni ya fedha bila kufuata taratibu.

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          Eritrea, Ethiopia Peace Pact Won't Hurt Lapsset, Says CEO      Cache   Translate Page      
[Nation] Divergent views have been expressed concerning the impact of the Eritrea and Ethiopia peace agreement on the implementation and operationalisation of the Sh2.5 trillion Lamu Port South Sudan Ethiopia Transport (Lapsset) Corridor project.
          Youth Social Development Methodologies - Matsh Youth Development , Dubai,Bahrain,Egypt,Kuwait,Malaysia,Morocco,Oman,Saudi Arabia,Sudan,Tunisia       Cache   Translate Page      
This program is designed to help you understand some of the theoretical background of youth development work, so that you can relate what you are doing to the social context in which you are working. You will already be aware that young people have roles and responsibilities. These responsibilities are different in each society, yet particular aspects are common across most societies.
Understanding the social situations of young people is crucial. This program aims to illuminate the situation of young people in your society by exploring what researchers and theorists have said about youth in different social contexts, and relating that to general theories about society. Your role as a youth development worker is to help to improve conditions for young people. In doing this, you will be helping to develop the society in which they live.

Program Benefits

When you successfully complete this program, you should be able to:
Understand how young people are seen in various societies, and from different sociological perspectives.
Examine the range of definitions of 'youth', 'adolescence' and 'family'.
Understand the problems and issues facing young people and the societies in which they live.
Work in a way that is sensitive to social and cultural traditions.

Who Should Attend?

Youth workers in government departments, corporations and NGOs.
Young leaders.
Student activities coordinators.
School and University teachers.
Professionals responsible for policy formulation and strategy development in youth focused organizations.

Program Outline

Day 1
Ways of seeing young people
The concepts of society and culture
Defining youth
The nature of youth work
Adolescence
Describing and defining adolescence
Psychoanalytic theories of adolescence
Sociological theories of adolescence

Day 2
Young people and the family
Family types
Approaches to the study of the family
Issues facing families today
The concept of community

Day 3
Young people and social issues
Images of young people
Young people and unemployment
Young people and crime
The implications for youth development workers

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          Afrika Tertarik Pesawat Buatan Indonesia      Cache   Translate Page      
REPUBLIKA.CO.ID, NUSA DUA -- Sejumlah negara Afrika seperti Madagascar, Kongo dan Sudan tertarik dengan dua jenis pesawat produksi PT Dirgantara Indonesia (PT DI). Pesawat N 235 dan N 219 dipamerkan...
          Breaking News: SPLM-IO Spokesman and Gov. of Yei River Matata and Senior UPDF Johnson Muguce involve illegal Lumber trade      Cache   Translate Page      
Oct. 9, 2018, A fricans Press obtained a rare rather disturbing documentaries where a senior SPLM-IO and SPLA Juba were working together while killings South Sudanese in Equatori
          A disturbing reports: How SPLA, UPDF and SPLM-IO are killings South Sudanese while have a back business dealing      Cache   Translate Page      
Oct. 9, 2018, A fricans Press obtained a rare rather disturbing documentaries where a senior SPLM-IO and SPLA Juba were working together while killings South Sudanese in Equatoria
          A disturbing reports: How SPLA, UPDF and SPLM-IO are killings South Sudanese while have a back business dealing      Cache   Translate Page      
Oct. 9, 2018, A fricans Press obtained a rare rather disturbing documentaries where a senior SPLM-IO and SPLA Juba were working together while killings South Sudanese in Equatoria.
          South Sudanese lost a kind heartened at the UN: Nikki Haley to Resign as Trump’s Ambassador to the U.N.      Cache   Translate Page      
By Maggie Haberman President Trump’s ambassador to the United Nations, Nikki R. Haley, said on Tuesday she would resign at the end of the year, marking a high-profile departure of one of the few women in the president’s cabinet. Ms. Haley, a former governor of South Carolina, had been an early and frequent critic of Mr.
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          Gen. Peter Gatdet appointed Chief of Staff of SSUM/A Army and promotes more officers      Cache   Translate Page      
The leader of the South Sudan United Movement (SSUM) Gen. Peter Gatdet Yaka has promoted the Secreatry of Information and the SSUM official spokeserson as well as his military spokesman who is promoted from Colonel to the rank of Brigadier General. Juan Dar Dobuol, SSUM Secretary of Information and Official Spokesman for the movement was
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          Sudan, South Sudan sign military intelligence-sharing deal      Cache   Translate Page      
The top military officials of Sudan and South Sudan met in Khartoum where the two sides signed a deal on intelligence-sharing. In a statement to SSBC upon his return on Friday,  South Sudan’s army chief Gabriel Jok Riak said Sudan and South Sudan signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on intelligence-sharing, bilateral relations and military
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          British never want South Sudan to be an Indepedent country to begin with      Cache   Translate Page      
Oc. 9, 2018, Dr. Riek Machar wrote that the betrayal of South Sudan by the British was finally concluded in the infamous Juba conference of 1947. Precisely the conference was convened to inform the chiefs of South Sudan of the irreversible decision to hand over South Sudan to the new colonial masters from North Sudan.
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          The integration of SPLM-IO to SSPDF: Salva Kirr acepted the assurances from President Bashir that SPLM-IO army will be integrated into SSPDF      Cache   Translate Page      
Oct. 9, 2018, Africans Press have learned that during the ceremony in Khartoum, President Omar Bashir of Sudan has underlined his country’s support for South Sudan until the leaders in that country achieve a comprehensive peace and stability, stressing that Khartoum will do what it take including the abadoned the notion of two army in
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           Comment on DR Congo tops the list for highest number of refugees resettled in US in FY18 by Michael Peppe       Cache   Translate Page      
Just re-sent the following message I previously posted Sept. 26 to the White House: Mr. President please reconsider your administrations' plans to prioritize and accept more immigrants from Africa than anywhere else. African nations are the least democratic, most corrupt, criminal, most violent, most chaotic, least educated, least skilled and most anti-Christian nations on earth. Some are literally failed states, where populations turn to widespread criminality to survive. Many have deep Muslim roots, are full of Islamic terrorists like the evil, psychopathic Boko Haram, and Al Shabab, and every day sees literally scores of Christians murdered by Muslims in DR Congo, Nigeria, Mozambique, Sudan, South Sudan, Somalia and others, not merely by the many Muslim terrorists, but ordinary Muslims. Then there are all those white South African farmers whose farms are dispossessed and whose families are murdered because of their race. These are all poor, unskilled, uneducated people from cultures vastly different from our own, who neither know nor care about post-Enlightenment Western institutions and values like Democracy, Rule of Law, Capitalism, freedom and responsibility, self-reliance, women's rights, gay rights, etc. etc. As the example of the extremely corrupt, violent and criminal Somalians transplanted to Minnesota shows, Africans are not a good fit for America. Please don't prioritize them. And thank you for your great service to our beloved country.
          UNESCO: Rachel's Tomb and Cave of Patriarchs part of 'Occupied Palestine'      Cache   Translate Page      
Both resolutions were sponsored by Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco, Oman, Qatar and Sudan, and approved within minutes at the Commission's meeting.
          Egypt deports 15 illegal Sudanese migrants      Cache   Translate Page      
Authorities in Egypt have captured 2230 people as they were trying to leave the country illegally.
          Mossad’ın gizli operasyonlar için yönettiği sahte tatil köyünün hikayesi      Cache   Translate Page      
Alisson Kaplan Sommer’in Haaretz’de yayınlanan yazısından çevrilmiştir. Mossad,  Sudan’da gizli operasyonlar için sahte bir tatil köyü yönetti. İşte gizli operasyonların […]
          KIKOSI CHA STARS KILICHOONDOKA LEO KUELEKEA CAPE VERDE HIKI HAPA      Cache   Translate Page      

Kikosi cha Taifa Stars kimeondoka alfajiri ya leo kuelekea Cape Verde kwa ajili ya kibarua cha kuwania tiketi ya kufuzu kucheza AFCON.

Katika orodha ya msafara wa wachezaji hao, walioondoka ni hawa wafuatao:-

Aishi Manula (Simba)
Shomari Kapombe (Simba)
John Bocco (Simba)
David Mwantika (Azam)
Salum Kimenya (Prisons)
Abdallah Kheri (Azam)
Yahya Zayd (Azam)

Aggrey Morris (Azam)
Mudathiri Yahya (Azam)
Ally Abdulkarim (Lipuli)
Paul Ngalema (Lipuli)
Feisal Salum (Yanga)
Gadiel Michael (Yanga)
Kelvin Yondani (Yanga)
Beno Kakolanya (Yanga)

Hassan Kessy (Nkana Red Devils, Zambia)
Himid Mao (Petrojet, Misri)
Abdi Banda (Baroka, Afrika Kusini)
Mbwana Samatta (KRC Genk, Ubelgiji)
Rashind Mandawa (BDF XI, Bostwana)
Thomas Ulimwengu (Al Hilal, Sudan)
Farid Mussa (Tenerife, Spain)
Shaban Chilunda (Tenerife Spain)
Saimon Msuva (Al Jadida, Morocco)




          Zimbabwe:Public Health Event Management in Air Transport Training of Trainers Kicks Off in Harare      Cache   Translate Page      
[WHO] A joint World Health Organization and International Civil Aviation Organization Training of Trainers for Public Health Event Management in Air Transport kicked off in Harare yesterday. The meeting, which is taking place at Holiday Inn Harare, has brought together participants from 13 countries: Botswana, Cameroon, Ghana, Kenya, Lesotho, Malawi, Namibia, Rwanda, South Sudan, Swaziland, Tanzania, Uganda, and Zimbabwe. The participation by the13 different countries and the background of the participants is an
          Madagascar, Kongo dan Sudan kepincut pesawat buatan PTDI di IMF-World Bank      Cache   Translate Page      
Keikutsertaan PTDI di pameran Paviliun Indonesia memang bukan bertujuan untuk menjual produk namun lebih menunjukkan karya bangsa kepada para delegasi IMF-WB dari seluruh dunia.
          Die ewigen Fremden?      Cache   Translate Page      
Menschen sind über die Jahrhunderte aus vielen Gründen nach Ägypten gekommen. Sei es auf der Flucht vor Kriegen oder Missständen. Man würde vermuten, all diese Erfahrungen haben Ägypten in seiner Akzeptanz und Integrationsfähigkeit gestärkt. Doch die Realität sieht anders aus. Von Aya Nabil | Vor drei Jahren kam Rose Kuku aus dem Südsudan nach Kairo. In den ersten Tagen gingen ihr viele Fragen durch den Kopf: Wie würde ihr Leben hier in Ägypten wohl aussehen? Würde sie sich gut einleben und wie geplant bleiben oder gezwungen sein, sich ein anderes Land zu suchen? Die Antworten, die sie sich selbst gab, waren nicht mehr zuversichtlich, nachdem ihr eines Nachts ein Tuk-Tuk-Fahrer einen Ziegelstein an den Kopf warf. Ihre Tante, die schon seit acht Jahren in Ägypten lebte, kommentierte den Vorfall nur trocken: "Du hast doch noch gar nichts gesehen!" Roses Zweifel wuchsen. In dieser Nacht änderte sich alles für Rose. Vor ihrem Umzug nach Ägypten hatte sie an nichts anderes denken können als endlich in dieses Land zu kommen, das so viele Dinge mit ihrem eigenen gemeinsam hatte. Nicht nur war Rose arabische Afrikanerin; Sudan und Ägypten waren einst sogar ein Land gewesen. Außerdem waren die Ägypter ja richtig lustig und freundlich, sodass ihr die Eingewöhnung leichtfallen würde. Diesen Eindruck erhielt sie zumindest von den arabischen Dramen, die im sudanesischen Fernsehen rauf und runter liefen. Beginnende Entfremdung Doch das Geschehnis jener Nacht und die Worte ihrer Tante waren nur der Anfang einer schwierigen Zeit, die sie vollständig umdenken ließ. In den folgenden Jahren fühlte sich Rose zunehmend fremder in ihrem Umfeld. Sie bekam den Eindruck, dass selbst ein ganzes Leben in Ägypten nichts daran ändern würde, dass die Ägypter sie nicht akzeptierten, sondern sie als Fremde oder Gast sahen, da sie zu anders aussah, da "ihre Farbe anders war als deren Farbe", wie Rose sagt. Lange Zeit versuchte sie sich an das alles zu gewöhnen. Doch mit der Geburt ihres Sohnes Youssef kamen die Zweifel, denen sie versucht hatte zu entfliehen, doch zurück: Würde denn ihr Kind bessere Chancen auf Integration in dieser Gesellschaft haben, in die er hineingeboren worden war, deren Staatsbürgerschaft er jedoch nicht besaß? Oder müsste sie nun wieder über Auswanderung nachdenken, um ihren Sohn vor den Gefühlen des Fremdseins, wie sie es erlebte, zu bewahren?Der Gedanke verblüfft, dass Menschen anderer Nationalitäten wie Rose Ägypten auf diese Weise erleben und sich wie Fremde fühlen, wenn man bedenkt, dass Ägyptens Geschichte maßgeblich von Einwanderung geprägt ist. Menschen sind über die Jahrhunderte aus vielerlei Gründen nach Ägypten gekommen, sei es auf der Flucht vor Besatzungsmächten, Kriegen oder Missständen im eigenen Land, als Asylsuchende, nicht zu vergessen als Arbeitssuchende, Studierende oder um zu heiraten. Man würde vermuten, all diese Erfahrungen haben Ägypten in seiner Akzeptanz und Integrationsfähigkeit gestärkt und nicht das Gegenteil, wie Rose und so viele andere es erlebt haben. Auch auf offizieller Ebene ist die Lage schwierig für Migranten in Ägypten. Der politische Kurs der Regierung stellt ihrer Integration in die Gesellschaft Hürden in den Weg. So erlaubt das ägyptische Gesetz Asylsuchenden weder eine permanente Aufenthaltsgenehmigung noch Staatsbürgerschaft. Alle Wege führen über das UN-Flüchtlingswerk Der einzige legale Weg für Flüchtlinge, eine temporäre Aufenthaltsgenehmigung zu erhalten, geht über das UN-Flüchtlingswerk in Kairo. Die Organisation hat das Mandat, den Aufenthalt von Asylsuchenden zu registrieren, bis ein alternatives Land für ihre Auswanderung zur Verfügung steht. Bei der letzten Zählung im Juli 2017 vermeldete die Organisation, dass sich die Zahl der Registrierten auf 210.000 belief. Das UN-Flüchtlingshilfswerk kann jedoch nicht allen angemeldeten Personen eine Aufenthaltsgenehmigung in einem anderen Land verschaffen, denn die Zahl der Menschen, die auf der Flucht vor Unruhen und Kriegen in arabischen und afrikanischen Ländern sind, wächst. Viele Menschen haben schon seit sehr langer Zeit einen Flüchtlingsstatus, leben jedoch bereits seit Jahrzehnten in Ägypten oder wurden hier gar geboren und haben nie den Himmel eines anderen Landes gesehen.Die Möglichkeit auf Staatsbürgerschaft besteht allein für die Kinder flüchtender Frauen, die einen ägyptischen Mann heiraten. Die Frauen selbst erhalten jedoch nicht die Staatsbürgerschaft, genauso wenig wie ausländische Männer, die Ägypterinnen heiraten, und auch nicht deren Kinder, die lediglich den Namen der ägyptischen Mutter auf der Geburtsurkunde erhalten. Viele Flüchtlinge und Migranten treibt diese Chancenlosigkeit dazu, sich um andere Arten von Aufenthaltsgenehmigungen zu bemühen, wie z. B. im Rahmen von Studien- oder Investorenvisa. Letztere sind am weitesten unter Angehörigen anderer arabischer Nationalitäten, die über genügend Mittel für eine Geschäftstätigkeit verfügen, verbreitet. Beziehungsweise suchen sich viele von ihnen trotz allem eine Arbeit. Die ägyptischen Behörden schätzten im Jahr 2015 die Zahl der in Ägypten verweilenden Ausländer auf etwa fünf Millionen. "Sind wir alle Brüder?" "Wir sind alle Brüder!" Diese Worte hört man immer wieder von Ägyptens Entscheidungsträgern. Sie wirken wie eine leere Floskel und lebensfremd vor dem Hintergrund der eigentlichen Realitäten, mit denen sich Ausländer in Ägypten konfrontiert sehen; besonders diejenigen, die Ägypten als Heimat betrachten, auch wenn sie auf dem Papier eine andere Staatsbürgerschaft haben. Vor der U-Bahnstation Hada’iq al-Ma’adi, auf der ärmeren Seite dieses gehobeneren Viertels, traf ich Rose und sie führte mich zu ihrer derzeitigen Wohnung. Mit schnellen Schritten durchdrang sie die Schlangen Wartender, die sich an den kleinen Marktständen auf den Straßen um ihr Haus gebildet hatten. Die Gesichter der Menschen verrieten mir, dass in diesem Viertel vor allem Menschen aus Afrika lebten, die hier ihrer finanziellen Situation entsprechende Unterkünfte finden konnten. Je dichter es auf den Straßen wurde, desto schneller wurden Roses Schritte und als ich sie nach dem Grund fragte, antwortete sie: "Damit uns keiner belästigt." Rose hat die Erfahrung gemacht, dass, auch wenn sie ägyptische Kleidung trägt und den Händlern und Anwohnern ihrer Gegend mittlerweile bekannt ist, sie wegen ihrer Hautfarbe in den Augen aller immer eine Fremde oder ein "Gast" ist. Auf den Straßen war sie daher schon mehrfach Belästigung ausgesetzt.In Roses Leben gibt es keinerlei soziale Kontakte mit Ägyptern. Selbst unter den Nachbarn wird sie nur von wenigen gegrüßt, wenn sie ihnen begegnet. Auch Schule und Kirche bieten keine Möglichkeiten, sich unter die Einheimischen zu mischen, da Sudanesen und Ägypter zu unterschiedlichen Zeiten lernen und beten. Rose denkt, dies liege daran, dass Menschen mit dunkler Hautfarbe von den Ägyptern als minderwertig angesehen werden. Ihr Beziehungsnetzwerk beschränkt sich deshalb auf ansässige Verwandte, deren Kontakte wiederum auf Bekannte begrenzt sind. Die Mitglieder ihrer Gemeinde kennen sich alle untereinander und wohnen in ähnlicher Lage. Auf diese Weise, erklärt Rose, können "wir die Gesellschaft der anderen genießen und wenn einer oder einem von uns etwas passiert, sind wir zur Unterstützung da." Stereotypisierung Nur wenigen Nichtägyptern ist es möglich, aus diesem Kreislauf auszubrechen, mit besseren Chancen für diejenigen, die den ägyptischen Dialekt sprechen und den Einheimischen in Hautfarbe, Sitten und Traditionen am meisten ähneln. Ohne Zweifel können diese Aspekte irrelevant werden, je weiter oben man sich auf der Vermögensskala befindet. Und auch zwischen Stadt und Land gibt es Unterschiede. Gerade ländliche Gebiete sind noch immer von traditionellen Erwartungen und Maßstäben in Bezug auf Herkunft, Eigentum und Traditionen beherrscht, die die Integration von Ausländern dort sehr schwierig machen.Rose konnte solchen Ansprüchen nie gerecht werden, denn obwohl sie viele Aspekte des ägyptischen Lebens angenommen hat, war sie nicht bereit, sich von ihrer Heimatkultur vollständig zu trennen. Auch ist es ihr unmöglich an einen Ort zu ziehen, wo ihre Nationalität und Unterschiedlichkeiten keine Rolle spielen. Sie steckt in der Mitte fest: Den Ägyptern, die sie nicht anerkennen, kann sie sich nicht nähern und in ihr Heimatland, aus dem sie vor Krieg, Unruhen und Spannung floh, kann sie nicht zurückkehren. Dunkle Haut, asiatische Gesichtszüge oder westliche Erscheinung – die Kluft zwischen den Einheimischen und Menschen anderer Nationalitäten wächst. Das gilt auch für Kinder aus binationalen Ehen, die in Ägypten geboren sind, wie den 17-jährigen Ali Hassan. Da er einen ägyptischen Vater, aber eine malaysische Mutter hat und äußerlich nach ihr kommt, sieht er sich ständig mit Fragen über seine Identität konfrontiert. "In der Schule hatte ich deshalb schreckliche Probleme. Immer habe ich das Gefühl, doppelte Leistungen bringen zu müssen, um die Leute von meiner ägyptischen Identität zu überzeugen." Wirtschaftlicher Druck Im Gegensatz zu Rose und Ali hatte die Jemenitin Fatima el-Mutahar weniger Probleme im Umgang mit den Ägyptern. Durch ihre Hautfarbe und das Kopftuch ist sie von den meisten ägyptischen Frauen nicht zu unterscheiden und wird als vertraut wahrgenommen; selbst den ägyptischen Dialekt beherrscht sie perfekt. Daher hält sie sich, außer im Umgang mit Behörden, zu ihrem ausländischen Hintergrund weitgehend bedeckt.Als sie nach Ägypten zog, verriet ihr Dialekt manchmal noch ihre Herkunft. Doch die Einheimischen schienen sie herzlich aufzunehmen, schließlich kam sie ja aus einem "Bruderland", wie ihr immer wieder beteuert wurde. Doch während Kriegsflüchtlingen aus dem Jemen, Syrien, dem Irak, Libyen und Palästina diese Gastfreundschaft zumindest scheinbar entgegengebracht wird, bleibt sie Sudanesen gänzlich verwehrt, obwohl diese ebenso aus arabischsprachigen Ländern kommen. Fatima lebt nun seit mehreren Jahren in Ägypten und auch sie musste ihre Ansichten revidieren. Die Gastfreundschaft der Ägyptern ihr gegenüber hält sie für oberflächlich und erreiche besonders dann ihre Grenzen, wenn es ums Geld ginge. Infolge der Verschlechterung der ägyptischen Wirtschaft konnte Fatima einen Wandel im Verhalten der Ägypter ausmachen.Immer häufiger wurde Ausländern wie ihr vorgeworfen, eine Konkurrenz zu sein, wenn es um die begrenzten Ressourcen für den Lebensunterhalt ging und gleichzeitig für steigende Miet-, Transport- und Ladenpreise verantwortlich zu sein. Diese Anschuldigungen richten sich am stärksten gegen wirtschaftlich schwache Immigranten, die keine eigenen Unternehmen haben. Fatima lebt von freiberuflicher Arbeit, die ihr jedoch nicht das stabile Leben ermöglicht, das sie so dringend für sich und ihren vierjährigen Sohn braucht. Mit seiner Geburt begannen in Fatima die Zukunftsängste zu schwelen. Sie erzählt: "Einmal sagte er in der Schule vor seinen Freunden ein paar Wörter im jemenitischen Dialekt, da drehten sie sich um und meinten, er sei kein Ägypter. Und sie fragten ihn, wieso bist du hier? Und als er mich das fragte, wusste ich nicht, was ich antworten sollte. Ich will doch nicht, dass er das Gefühl hat, seine Identifikation mit dem Land, in dem er lebt, stünde im Konflikt mit seinem Herkunftsland. Ich weiß nicht, wie lange ich ihn davor bewahren kann und ob er beim Lernen und Arbeiten die gleichen Chancen wie seine ägyptischen Brüder bekommen wird. Ich will ihn jetzt für die Grundschule anmelden und das erfordert eine Menge komplizierter Schritte, die zu erfüllen ich mir kaum leisten kann. Und wenn ich mir die anderen Migranten mit Kindern um mich herum anschaue, die schon länger hier leben, dann ist es sehr unwahrscheinlich, dass ich die Anforderungen erfüllen kann."Das schwächste Glied Fatima Idris, Geschäftsführerin bei "Tadamon – The Egyptian Refugee Multicultural Council", meint, dass der wirtschaftliche Druck auf das Leben in Ägypten die Immigranten zum schwächsten Glied gemacht und ihre gesellschaftliche Marginalisierung verschärft habe. Fatima arbeitet jedes Jahr mit etwa 30.000 Flüchtlingen zusammen. Sie war vor 18 Jahren selbst eine Geflüchtete, als sie aus Nordsudan hierherkam, um ihren ägyptischen Wurzeln nachzugehen, die sie von ihrem Großvater aus Qena in Oberägypten geerbt hat. Sie erhielt schließlich die ägyptische Staatsbürgerschaft und entschied sich zu bleiben. "Der Druck war damals geringer", erzählt sie. "Die Ägypter waren anderen gegenüber offener. Und meiner Meinung nach haben sie nicht so sehr ein Problem mit den anderen, sondern vielmehr mit sich selbst." Sie fügt hinzu: "Ich habe die Integration geschafft, obwohl ich den nubischen ÄgypterInnen ähnlicher sehe. Meine Kinder haben weiße Haut und deshalb wenig Probleme. Aber wenn wir alle zusammen sind, gehen die Fragen an uns los – als wären das nicht meine Kinder. Einmal ging eine Lehrerin an ihrer Schule so weit, zu einem Freund meines Sohnes zu sagen: 'Du bist weiß und schön.' Da musste ich eingreifen. Ich will nicht, dass sie die weitverbreitete Meinung übernehmen, dass helle Haut überlegen ist." Fatima meint, dass das Leben in Ägypten von Stereotypisierung beherrscht sei und die Probleme immer dann begännen, wenn sich jemand davon unterscheide: "Ich kenne viele Frauen, die gezwungen waren, ein Kopftuch aufzusetzen, damit sie in ihrem Wohngebiet nicht länger in Schwierigkeiten kamen, weil sie anders aussahen." Gefühl der Fremde Während Rose aus Südsudan darüber nachdenkt, in ein anderes Land auszuwandern, um den Gefühlen der Fremdheit zu entfliehen und Fatima aus dem Jemen noch nicht weiß, ob sie diese ertragen kann, steht Ali in der Mitte: Er fühlt sich als Ägypter, aber sein Aussehen bereitet ihm Probleme und er hat das Gefühl, dass seine Mitmenschen ihn nicht akzeptieren. Noch weiß er nicht, wie er damit umgehen soll: "Ich habe das Gefühl, ich werde immer ein Fremder bleiben, sodass auch ich schon darüber nachgedacht habe wegzugehen." Aya Nabil © Goethe-Institut/Perspektiven 2018 Die Journalistin Aya Nabil arbeitet freiberuflich für verschiedene nationale und internationale Medienunternehmen. Für ihre Arbeit hat sie bislang fünf Auszeichnungen erhalten, zuletzt als Erstplatzierte des "Arab Reporters for Investigative Journalism Award" im Jahr 2017.
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Two military Antonov An-30 and An-32 have been destroyed in a ground collision on the runway at Khartoum Intl Airport, Sudan.
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[India], Oct 10 (ANI-BusinessWireIndia): Merck Foundation, the philanthropic arm of Merck KGaA Germany plans to conduct 5th Edition of 'Merck Africa Asia Luminary' under the patronage of The President of The Republic of Senegal, Macky Sall and The First Lady of Senegal, Marieme Faye Sall, and in partnership with the Ministry of Health of Senegal.

"Merck Foundation is very proud to welcome our guests of honor and keynote speakers, The First Ladies of 14 African Countries; First Lady of Benin, First Lady of Botswana, First Lady of Burkina Faso, First Lady of Burundi, First Lady of Central African Republic, First Lady of Chad, First Lady of Gambia, First Lady of Ghana, First Lady of Guinea -Bissau, First lady of Lesotho, First Lady of Niger, First lady of Sierra Leone and First Lady of Zambia," said Dr. Rasha Kelej, CEO of Merck Foundation.

"Together we will work on strong strategy to build healthcare capacity and provide the necessary training to establish a strong platform of experts in Diabetes, Hypertension, Cancer and Fertility care in their countries in collaboration with their offices and ministries of health," added Rasha Kelej.

"During the conference, Merck Foundation will also celebrate two important occasions; the 350th Anniversary of Merck, the World's Oldest Pharmaceutical & Chemical Company established in 1668 and the 1st Anniversary of Merck Foundation," Dr. Kelej added.

The President of The Republic of Senegal, Macky Sall will deliver his address and closing remarks on the Day 2 of the conference.

The First Lady of Senegal, Marieme Faye Sall will deliver the keynote speech along with Claudine Talon, The First Lady of Benin; Neo Jane Masisi, The First Lady of Botswana; Sika Bella Kabore, The First Lady of Burkina Faso; Denise Nkurunziza, The First Lady of the Republic of Burundi; Brigitte Touadera, The First Lady of Central Africa Republic; Hinda Deby Itno, The First Lady of Chad; Madame Fatoumatta Bah-Barrow, The First Lady of The Gambia; Rebecca Naa Okaikor Akufo-Addo, The First Lady of Ghana; Rosa Goudiaby Vaz, The First Lady of Guinea Bissau; Maesaiah Thabane, The First Lady of Lesotho; Aissata Issoufou Mahamadou, The First Lady of Niger; Fatima Maada Bio, The First Lady of Sierra Leone; Esther Lungu, The First Lady of Zambia; Two high-level Ministerial panels will also take place.

The first high-level Ministerial panel on 'Building Fertility care capacity and breaking the Infertility Stigma in Africa and Asia' will involve Abdoulaye Diouf SARR, Minister of Health and Social Action of Senegal; Sarah Opendi, Minister of State for Health of Uganda; Dr. Chitalu Chilufya, Minister of Health, Republic of Zambia; Susan Shabangu, Minister of Social Development, South Africa; Dr. Rashid A. Aman; Deputy Minister of Health, Ministry of Health of Kenya; Dr. Wim Leereveld, Founder-Access to Medicine Foundation, Chairman Index Initiative building, World Benchmarking Alliance; Prof. Oladapo Ashiru, President of Africa Fertility Society; Prof. Joe Leigh Simpson, Past President of International Federation of Fertility Societies - IFFS; Dr. Kamini Rao, Chairperson of IIRRH, India; Prof. Dr. Satish Kumar Adiga, Professor & Head, Department of Clinical Embryology, Kasturba Medical College, Manipal Academy of Higher Education; Paolo Carli, Head of Middle East & Africa, Merck Biopharma; Dr. Rasha Kelej, Chief Executive Officer, Merck Foundation.

The second high-level Ministerial panel on 'The role of Merck Foundation together with Governments to improve access to equitable healthcare solutions in Africa' will involve Dr. Idi Illiassou Maïnassara, Minister of Public Health of the Niger; Aziz Mahamat Saleh Ahmat, Minister of Public Health, of Chad; Dr. Pierre Somse, Minister of Health and Population, Central African Republic; Dr. Alpha Tejan Wurie, Minister of Health and Sanitation, of Sierra Leone; Dr. Thaddee NDIKUMANA, Minister of Health and Fight against Aids, of Burundi; Dr. Isatou Touray, Minister for Health and Social Welfare, of The Gambia; Julieta Kavetuna, Deputy Minister of Health and Social Services, of Namibia; Prof. Dr. Kailash Sharma, Dean, Academic Projects, Tata Memorial Centre, India; Prof. Dileep Mhaisekar, Vice Chancellor - Maharastra University of Health Sciences (MUHS) India; Prof. Abdel-Rahman Zekri, Vice Dean - National Cancer Institute, Cairo University; Dr. Rasha Kelej, Chief Executive Officer, Merck Foundation.

Countries participating include: Angola, Bangladesh, Benin, Botswana, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cameroun, Canada, Central Africa Republic, Chad, Congo Brazzaville, Cote D'ivoire, D R of Congo, Egypt, Ethiopia, Gabon, Germany, Ghana, Guinea - Bissau, Guinea Conakry, India, Indonesia, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Kenya, Lesotho, Liberia, Malaysia, Mali, Mauritius, Mozambique, Namibia, Nepal, Netherland, Niger, Nigeria, Philippines, Russia, Rwanda, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Somalia, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Sudan, Tanzania, The Gambia, Togo, Tunisia, U.A.E, U.K, U.S.A, Uganda, Zambia, Zimbabwe. (ANI-BusinessWireIndia)


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Agree with you regarding Gambia,you should also include other Islamic countries in Africa such as Senegal,Mali,Mauritania,Sudan. These are places to be avoided at all costs,they are extremely intolerant of gays,and risk your life,just for a few minutes of fun. No amount of money or any other incentive would ever lure me to visit such barbaric countries.
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My friend Evita, well known activist of sexual liberation, tells me that in one night she was fucked by 20 University students from Egypt and Sudan. She was in a sea-side hotel on vacation when the group came to stay for the night . The following day they would travel by air to their countries. She met them in the bar of the hotel. They became friends. They consumed together some bottles of alcoholic drinks and they swimmed in the pool. After that she went to her room, where she was accepting them in her bed one by one. Before 9 a.m.next morning all 20 students had fucked her.
          Raia Wakigeni Wakamatwa JNIA Kwa Kutorosha Mamilion      Cache   Translate Page      
Abiria wawili Raia wa Sudan Kusini na Syria jana wamekamatwa Kiwanja cha Ndege cha Kimataifa cha Julius Nyerere (JNIA) wakisafirisha fedha taslim dola 70,000 za Kimarekani sawa na shilingi milioni 156 za Kitanzania na paundi 3410 za Sudan bila kufuata taratibu.

Akizungumza na waandishi wa habari kwenye ukumbi wa mikutano wa Jengo la Pili la abiria la JNIA, Msemaji wa Jeshi la Polisi, Kamishna Msaidizi, Barnabas Mwakalukwa alimtaja Raia wa Sudan Kusini Bi. Nada Zaelnoon Ahamed (38) mwenye hati ya kusafiria namba P01563534 amekamatwa saa 10:00 jioni akiwa eneo la ukaguzi wakati akiingia ndani tayari kusafiri kwa ndege ya Shirika la Ndege la Kenya (KQ 485) akielekea Nairobi.
 
Hatahivyo, Afande Mwakalukwa amesema abiria huyo amekamatwa na dola 60,000 za Kimarekani na paundi za Sudan 3410, ambazo zote kwa pamoja alishindwa kutoa taarifa ya fedha alizokutwa nazo kwa mujibu wa sheria ya utakatishaji fedha ya mwaka 2006 iliyofanyiwa marekebisho mwaka 2012.
 
Pia alimtaja Bw. Mohamed Belal (31), Raia wa Syria mwenye hati ya kusafiria namba 003-16L096876 aliyekuwa akisafiri kwa ndege ya Shirika la ndege la Ethiopia (ET 864) kuelekea Syria kupitia Addis Ababa amekamatwa na dola za kimarekani 10,000 sawa na Tsh. milioni 20 za Kitanzania, ambazo naye alishindwa kuzitolea taarifa.
 
“Watuhumiwa wote wawili wamezuiwa na hawawezi kuendelea na safari zao kwa ajili ya uchunguzi zaidi na hatua za kisheria zilizopo,” amesema Afande Mwakalukwa.
 
Naye Mkurugenzi Mkuu wa Mamlaka ya Viwanja vya Ndege Tanzania (TAA), Bw. Richard Mayongela amewapongeza maafisa usalama wa JNIA kwa kufanya kazi kwa weledi na uadilifu pamoja na kushirikiana na vyombo vingine vya ulinzi na usalama katika kuhakikisha wasafiri, wadau na maeneo yote ya viwanja vya ndege yanabaki salama na vitendo vya kiuhalifu havina nafasi katika viwanja hivyo.
 
Bw. Mayongela amesema pamoja na watumishi hao kufanya kazi katika wakati mgumu kutokana na baadhi ya abiria kuwa watata kila wanapotaka kutekeleza wajibu wao kwa mujibu wa sheria na kanuni.
 
Ametoa wito kwa wadau, wasafiri na wafanyakazi wote kushirikiana na maafisa usalama, vyombo vya ulinzi na usalama katika kutoa taarifa stahiki ili vitendo vya kiuhalifu kama hivi visipate nafasi kwenye viwanja vya ndege kwani ndio vinatoa taswira ya nchi.
 

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From Ian:

UNESCO: Rachel's Tomb and Cave of Patriarchs part of 'Occupied Palestine'
The PX Commission of the Executive Board of UNESCO on Wednesday morning adopted resolutions 28 and 29, titled "Occupied Palestine," which state that the Tomb of the Patriarchs in Hebron and Rachel’s Tomb in Bethlehem are "an integral part of the Occupied Palestinian territory" and condemning the construction of the security fence and "other measures aimed at altering the character, status and demographic composition of the Occupied Palestinian territory."

Both resolutions were sponsored by Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco, Oman, Qatar and Sudan, and were approved within minutes at the commission’s meeting, which includes the 59 members of UNESCO’s Executive Committee. Israel is not a member of the Executive Committee.

The resolutions also refer to Israel as "occupier" and condemn "Israeli army violations against Palestinian universities and schools," criticize the construction of the security fence, deplore the destruction of Palestinian schools, including in the village Khan al-Ahmar and regret Israel’s excavation projects in east Jerusalem.

UNESCO's assistant director-general for external relations, Nicolas Kassianides, said at the meeting that the resolutions were adopted following close consultations between the member states, and welcoming "the spirit of constructive dialogue that enabled to reach a consensus."

Kassianides further said the adoption of the resolution by consensus "confirms the positive momentum that started last year, especially on this subject which is very sensitive," hailing in particularly efforts by the Palestinians, Jordan and Israel to reach agreement.

Over the years, UNESCO included both items in the final text adopted annually by the agency’s Executive Committee. But when Audrey Azoulay took office last year as head of UNESCO, a compromise was achieved, with the resolutions adopted as an annex, and not inside the body of the text. This was the case today as well.

Belgium acknowledges Pisgat Ze’ev as part of Jerusalem
After sending the Tenzer family a letter stating that the parents of the family live in “Jerusalem”, while their two children live in “Palestinian territories,” the Belgian consulate in Jerusalem has announced the error was due to a technical malfunction in its computers that has since been amended.

"We would like to inform you that due to a technical error in our computer, the addresses of your children Talia and Gilad were incorrectly registered, and since then the error has been corrected," the second letter the consulate sent read.

The family reside in the Pisgat Ze’ev neighborhood, which is located over the Green Line in eastern Jerusalem that was captured and annexed by Israel during the 1967 Six Day War.

The first letter, which was sent to every Belgian citizen as the Western European country approaches its national elections, was intended to explain to all expats their rights and how to cast their vote.

The family said that all letters addressed to the family from the Belgian consulate have always referred to all its members simply as residents of Jerusalem.
Caroline Glick: Russia Raises the Stakes in Syria with S-300 Missiles
Last week, India signed a deal to purchase Russia’s S-400 surface-to-air missile system. How likely is that deal to come to fruition if the U.S. and Israel expose the failings of the S-300? What about Turkey’s agreement to purchase the S-400?

While these key issues remain unknown, there are low-risk moves the U.S. can take in response to Russia’s adoption of a new, far more aggressive posture towards Israel and the U.S. that could serve to deter Russian adventurism and empower any moderate voices in Moscow that may have been sidelined since Sept. 17.

First, the administration could recognize Israeli sovereignty over the Golan Heights. The move would empower Israel diplomatically and weaken the diplomatic position of Russia, Iran, and the Assad regime they control.

Second, the U.S. can launch a campaign to withdraw international recognition of the Assad regime.

Iran and Russia both base the legality of their operations in Syria on the fact that the Assad regime asked them to intervene in Syria. But the Assad regime only exists because of their support.

In truth, they are foreign aggressors asserting control over Syria and using a local Syrian proxy to legitimize their aggression. A U.S.-led campaign internationally to withdraw recognition of the Assad regime and remove regime representatives from international forums, including the UN, could weaken the Russian-Iranian political position in significant ways.

Third, the administration could ask Congress for a new, updated authorization for the use of force in Syria. Current authorization is based on the Obama administration’s strategy in Syria. The Obama administration’s strategy was to deploy U.S. forces to fight ISIS and take no action against Iranian or Russian forces in the country.



JPost Editorial: Behind the plan
President Donald Trump has the world in suspense. Everywhere in the Middle East, and in capitals around the world, everyone awaits the unveiling, the roll out, of America’s so-called “Deal of the Century.” What is the president’s peace plan, all are wondering? What is he going to throw out there that, we’ve been told, is way different than anything that’s ever come before?

It’s got everyone guessing, and there have been hints and unconfirmed reports along the way about this point or that – this neighborhood’s borders, or that country’s direct involvement, etc. – but nobody is sure what’s in it, and if they do know, they’re not talking.

But even while we don’t know the details, we do have an idea about what the US is thinking – from the man who’s helping to craft that peace plan: Jason Greenblatt.

Two weeks ago, Trump’s Special Representative for International Negotiations addressed the semi-annual meeting of the Ad Hoc Liaison Committee (AHLC), on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly.

The AHLC – established on October 1, 1993, less than a month after the signing of the Oslo Accords – is a 15-member committee of countries and organizations that serves as the central body bringing together international efforts to finance aid to the Palestinians. If anything in the Trump peace plan will include money, then what Greenblatt had to say to the committee has extreme importance.

“Let’s stop focusing on tired talking points and throwing more money at the same things we have been doing since 1993,” he said. “It is time to realistically evaluate what works and what does not.”
Moscow rejects notion of Israeli sovereignty over the Golan
Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov on Wednesday indicated that his country will not agree to any change of status for the Golan Heights, which Moscow, along with the large majority of the international community, considers occupied Syrian territory.

His comments followed Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s call on the international community Monday to recognized Israeli sovereignty over the Golan Heights, saying Russian President Vladimir Putin appreciates how important the strategic plateau is for Israel.

“The status of the Golan Heights is determined by the resolutions of the UN Security Council,” Lavrov told reporters in Moscow. “Changing this status bypassing the Security Council, from my perspective, would be a direct violation of these resolutions.”

Israel captured the Golan Heights from Syria during the 1967 Six Day War, and formally annexed the territory in 1981. UN Security Council Resolution 497 of that year declared that Israel’s annexation of the “occupied Syrian Golan Heights is null and void and without international legal effect.” It passed unanimously.
Israel will continue Syria strikes despite S-300, Netanyahu tells Moscow
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said he told Russia’s vice premier in talks on Tuesday that Israel must continue to hit hostile targets in neighboring Syria, despite Moscow’s decision to equip Damascus with advanced air defense missiles.

Netanyahu said at a press conference that he told Maxim Akimov in talks in Jerusalem that Israel would continue to fight what it says are Iranian attempts to entrench itself militarily in Syria and channel advanced weaponry to its Lebanese ally, the Hezbollah terror group.

Despite the delivery of the S-300 air defense systems to the Syrian military, Israel was committed as a matter of self-defense to continue its “legitimate activity in Syria against Iran and its proxies, which state their intention to destroy us,” Netanyahu said.

Israeli planes have carried out hundreds of strikes in Syria against what it says are Iranian and Hezbollah targets, but there have been no reports of suspected Israeli airstrikes since the accidental Syrian downing of a Russian plane during an Israeli air strike in Syria, an incident that raised tensions between Israel and Russia.
Seth Frantzman: Middle East divided on Nikki Haley’s legacy
“Sad news for Israel,” tweeted retired IDF spokesman Peter Lerner. “Nikki Haley’s role in the final destruction of the Israeli-Palestinian peace process, and her shameful and racist smearing of Palestinian protesters by Israel during the ongoing Grand Return March will always define my opinion of her,” tweeted writer Iyad el-Baghdadi. Across the Middle East, reaction to reports that US Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley is stepping down were as divided as the region.

Predictably, those supportive of the Palestinians and critical of US policy on Iran were critical of Haley, while those who tend to oppose the Iranian regime or sup- port Israel were shocked at her leaving. Haley was a strong voice against Iran’s policies in her speeches. In December 2017 she unveiled the wreckage of an Iranian Qiam ballistic missile at a speech, showcasing Iran’s involvement in Yemen.

Her departure comes as the US is dealing with a Saudi Arabia-Turkey crisis over missing journalist and former Riyadh insider Jamal Khashoggi that may involve a UN investigation or UN condemnation. The US is also seeking to pressure UNRWA, UNESCO and the UN Human Rights Council, and has withdrawn from various international bodies and treaties, including a treaty of Amity with Iran and a protocol in the Vienna Convention.

“Rest assured, Iran’s regime is terrified about who Trump/Pompeo will appoint next,” noted human rights activist and commentator Heshmat Alavi. He called her a champion supporting the people of Iran and noted her strong words against the Assad regime and Russia regarding their policies in northwest Syria. The Special Monitoring Mission to Syria, which covers the conflict there, tweeted that they hoped the new UN ambassador “will bring [a] more positive agenda to the international community from Washington.”
Five times Nikki Haley delighted the pro-Israel community
When Nikki Haley said on Tuesday that she would be stepping down as UN ambassador by the end of this year, the Israeli and pro-Israel laments poured out swiftly.

Haley didn’t simply defend Israel and its government, led by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, as her predecessors had under Democratic and Republican administrations. She led a game change: On her watch, and with the blessing of US President Donald Trump, support for Israel became a “with or against us” proposition. Slam the United States for defending Israel, and count on being slammed back, was the Trump-Haley credo.

A big chunk of Haley’s two years at the world body was about Israel.

“Thank you for your support, which led to a change in Israel’s status in the UN,” Danny Danon, Israel’s ambassador to the United Nations, said on Twitter.

Netanyahu offered his gratitude as well in a statement.

“I would like to thank Ambassador @nikkihaley, who led the uncompromising struggle against hypocrisy at the UN, and on behalf of the truth and justice of our country,” he said.

Haley’s predecessors had also robustly backed Israel in the body, but there had been hiccups. The latest came in December 2016 when US Ambassador Samantha Power allowed a UN Security Council resolution criticizing Israel’s settlement policy in the waning days of the Obama administration, about a month before Trump was inaugurated.

It was a rare instance of a US official semi-endorsing UN criticism of Israel.

Netanyahu and the centrist to right-wing pro-Israel community sees the United Nations as a snake pit, and any concession is seen as a betrayal. That was the message in the American Israel Public Affair Committee’s farewell to Haley packed into a single word: “consistently.”
US Jewish Groups, Israeli Politicians Hail Outgoing UN Ambassador Haley for Defense of Jewish State
Major American Jewish groups and top Israeli politicians issued effusive praise of US Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley following the announcement of her resignation on Tuesday.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu wished Haley well, saying she “led the uncompromising struggle against hypocrisy at the UN, and on behalf of the truth and justice of our country.”

Israeli President Reuven Rivlin called Haley an “ambassador of truth” who defended the Jewish state’s “clear right to protect the security of our citizens.”

Israeli UN envoy Danny Danon said Haley would “always be a true friend of Israel.”

HaBayit HaYehudi leader and Education Minister Naftali Bennett tweeted to Haley, who will be leaving her post at the end of the year, “Thank you for what you’ve done for Israel. We will not forget.”
Nikki Haley: A Sheriff in Heels on Israel's Behalf
For Israel’s supporters in America, Nikki Haley was a superstar.

She won them over with a memorable speech at the AIPAC convention in 2017, right after US President Donald Trump was elected and she became ambassador to the UN.

“I wear heels. It’s not for a fashion statement. It’s because if I see something wrong, we’re going to kick them every single time,” she said, to enthusiastic applause. “So for anyone that says you can’t get anything done at the UN, they need to know there’s a new sheriff in town.”

Enough said.

She became the new darling of the pro-Israel crowd, and her appearances at AIPAC and other pro-Israel groups often included media reports that she received a “rock-star” ovation.

That’s for good reason. Unapologetically, calmly and intelligently, Haley passionately called out the UN over its anti-Israel bias; eloquently defended Trump’s decision to move the US embassy to Jerusalem; and firmly called the Palestinians out for the folly of many of their policies – such as insulting her and her boss.

Her uncompromising support for Israel at the UN conjured up memories of former US ambassadors to the UN, Daniel Moynihan and Jeane Kirkpatrick.

Many American Jews, pleased with Trump’s policies on Israel but equally unhappy with Trump’s behavior and governing style, have said – some quietly, while others more openly – that they wished Haley were president. Maybe one day she will run for the Oval Office – and maybe quitting now is part of an overall strategy to do just that.


Amb. Danny Danon: Thank you, Nikki Haley, warrior for justice and truth
Over the years, we grew accustomed to seeing the United Nations as an institution of lies and twisted half-truths the likes of which are disseminated by Arab countries and our enemies around the world, but with Nikki Haley's appointment as U.S. ambassador to the U.N., a new era was born.

Haley did not mind the criticism. She was not worried about being in the minority. She stood, head held high, with one goal in mind – to expose the truth. The change led by Haley at the U.N. Security Council, which brought an end to the automatic support for the unilateral moves by Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas to push forward resolutions condemning Israel and saw her voice her clear support for recognizing Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, is just one example of her energetic activity for the State of Israel.

This was a period of real change, in which the tendency toward lies was replaced with the pursuit of truth, when the terror machines of Iran and Hamas and the lies of the PA were exposed to the world to reveal the true face of our enemies.
Continetti Responds to Haley’s Resignation: There Are People Around the World Who Will Miss Her
Washington Free Beacon editor-in-chief Matthew Continetti said Tuesday that in the wake of Nikki Haley's "shocking" resignation as U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, "there are people around the world who will miss [her]."

Continetti responded during an appearance on "America's Newsroom" to Haley's resignation announcement.

"It is very shocking. Haley has been one of the most successful U.N. ambassadors in decades. If she follows in that tradition of Jeanne Kirkpatrick, John Bolton, now national security advisor, as someone who stands up for American values as well as American interests, someone who advocates democracy and human rights at the United Nations, [and is] also a stalwart defender of the state of Israel – there are a lot of people around the world who will miss Nikki Haley."

Continetti's appearance preceded the official press conference between Haley and President Donald Trump in the Oval Office, where Trump said Haley has been "very special" to him and lauded her accomplishments at the U.N. related to the Human Rights Council, Iran, Israel, and North Korea.

Continetti also praised Haley's accomplishments.

"So often the U.N. has kind of been just the institution for dictators and thugs and human rights abusers," Continetti said, "and it requires someone in that ambassadorial role, someone who is willing to stand up to these autocrats. I think Nikki Haley did that in her tenure."




Will Nikki Haley’s replacement be as supportive of Israel?
Whomever US President Donald Trump appoints to replace outgoing Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley will have very large shoes to fill, Ambassador to the UN Danny Danon said in response to Haley's surprise resignation on Tuesday.

Haley was a godsend at the UN from Israel's point of view, passionately, eloquently and calmly defending the Jewish State and calling out the world for its hypocrisy and bias towards the country.

It is a safe bet that whomever replaces Haley will reflect those policies as well, considering the Trump administration's staunchly pro-Israel positions. But there is always that matter of style, passion and nuance – and that is where a difference might be felt.

No sooner had Haley announced her departure, then the speculation began as to whom Trump will tap as her successor. One of the first names mentioned was Trump's daughter, Ivanka, whom Trump said would be “incredible “ in the job. She, however, made it clear that this was not going to happen, by tweeting Tuesday evening, "I know that the president will nominate a formidable replacement for Ambassador Haley. That replacement will not be me."

Here is a quick look at three of the leading names to replace Haley, and their involvement on Israel-related issues.

Dina Powell
The Egyptian-born Powell, who is fluent in Arabic, joined the Trump team in March 2017 as deputy national security adviser, after a period of serving as an adviser to Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner during the transition period.

Powell, who was a spokesperson in the US State Department under former president George W. Bush, with a focus on outreach to the Arab world, played a leading role planning Trump's maiden visit as president in 2017 to Saudi Arabia and Israel, and became a part of Trump's Middle East negotiations team that included Kushner, Jason Greenblatt and US Ambassador to Israel David Friedman.

Richard Grenell
Another leading candidate is Richard Grenell, a long-time US spokesman at the UN who has been the US Ambassador to Germany since May. Grenell has a close relationship with National Security Advisor John Bolton, with whom he worked when Bolton was an ambassador to the UN in 2005-2006.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met Grenell briefly in Germany in May, shortly after the new ambassador rankled feathers in Europe by saying that he was excited about a “groundswell of conservative policies” in Europe that has resulted from “the failed policies of the left.”

Senator Bob Corker
Corker, the powerful head of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, has had a roller-coaster relationship with Trump, with the highs being his active consideration by Trump as a running mate in 2016, and the lows being a Twitter war with the president last year. After bearing the brunt of Trump insults, Corker, who has announced his retirement from the Senate at the end of his current term in 2019, had replied: “It's a shame the White House has become an adult daycare center. Someone obviously missed their shift this morning.”

Recently, however, Trump offered Corker the ambassadorship to Australia, a sign that the two have patched over differences to a certain degree and that it is at least conceivable that Trump would give the foreign policy maven the nod. Corker turned down the Australian job.
Richard Grenell a 'family favorite' to replace Nikki Haley at UN
U.S. Ambassador to Germany Richard Grenell is a name to watch as speculation commences on who will replace outgoing United Nations Ambassador Nikki Haley, a source with knowledge of the administration's thinking told the Washington Examiner.

"He's a family favorite," the source, who spoke under the condition of anonymity, said of Grenell.

Multiple members of the White House communications team did not respond to immediate requests for comment regarding Grenell being a potential replacement for Haley.

Grenell spent eight years serving as a U.S. spokesman and political appointee to the U.N., making him the longest serving appointee at the U.N. in history. The ambassador served as the U.S. spokesman during many of the most contentious and troublesome periods in recent decades. Grenell ran communications during the war on terrorism, ongoing conflicts in the Middle East, and the U.N.'s oil-for-food corruption scandal.

[Also read: Here are the notable Trump aides who have left the administration]

The president was livid with Senate Democrats for what he felt was slow-walking Grenell's confirmation earlier this year. He said in March that his nominees were "being blocked and/or slow walked by the Democrats in the Senate." Roughly one month after his tweet, Grenell made it through the Senate confirmation process.
Israel must stop arrests, 'abuse' of Palestinian minors, European MPs say
Israel should stop administrative detentions of Palestinian minors, members of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) said Tuesday in Strasbourg, France.

PACE voted 47-11 to approve a report calling on Israel to work with UNICEF and the International Committee of the Red Cross to "change laws, practice and attitudes so as to fully protect the rights of Palestinian minors in the Israeli justice system."

Among those who voted against the report were representatives of the UK, Switzerland, Estonia and Moldova, who criticized it as not balanced.

Yesh Atid MK Aliza Lavie called the report "one-sided and distorted," because it does not mention the participation of Palestinian minors in terrorism and violence, incitement in Palestinian textbooks, or the payments the Palestinian Authority makes to terrorists and their families.

"While you worked on writing this report in an air-conditioned room, an Israeli was arrested in a shopping center by one of the minors you seek to protect," Lavie stated, referring to the murder of Israeli father of four, Ari Fuld, by Palestinian 17-year-old Khalil Yusef Ali Jabarin last month.

"While you condemn the arrests of potential terrorists, two more Israelis were slaughtered in their place of work," Lavie added.

"How many of the countries represented in this hall use administrative detentions to ensure their security? But when it comes to Israel, our right to defend ourselves is only on paper."
Global News Erroneously Claims Palestinian Terrorist Killed 2 Israeli Soldiers – Not Civilians
On October 7, Global News broadcast an error-ridden report about the horrific terror attack in Barkan that saw a Palestinian terrorist shoot and kill two Israeli civilians and wound a third.

A Palestinian terrorist named Ashraf Walid Suleiman Na’alowa, is suspected of carrying out the attack that saw 29-year-old Kim Levengrond Yehezkel and 35-year-old Ziv Hajibi murdered. As of this writing, his whereabouts are unknown and a manhunt is being carried out by Israeli and Palestinian forces.

Though it’s a positive that Global devoted coverage to this terror attack, its journalists erroneously claimed that the dead and injured Israelis were all soldiers of the Israel Defense Forces. In fact, they were innocent civilians who were murdered.

Global’s Anchor wrongly introduced the report by saying:
Israel is blaming the deaths of two of its soldiers on an attack by a Palestinian gunman, a third soldier was injured when the gunman is alleged to have opened fire in an industrial park in the west bank…”

Global News Erroneously Claims Palestinian Terrorist Killed 2 Israeli Soldiers - Not Civilians from Mike on Vimeo.


Incendiary Balloon Lands in Jerusalem Suburb
A balloon fitted with an explosive device, launched by Palestinian terrorists, landed outside a home in Givat Ze’ev, a suburb of Jerusalem, for the first time Monday.

Police sappers neutralized the device in the private yard of the Samaria home and transferred their findings to a laboratory for further review.

Several similar cases recently suggest that Palestinians ‎in the West Bank may be trying to mimic a wave of recent arson attacks from Gaza and launch incendiary ‎balloons into central Israeli cities.

On Saturday, incendiary balloons launched from Gaza sparked a fire in Shokeda Forest. Firefighters, Jewish National Fund workers and Israel Nature and Parks Authority teams worked together to extinguish the blaze.

Incendiary balloons also landed in Kibbutz Nir Am and Kibbutz Dorot, but fortunately did not cause damage.

Shaar Hanegev Regional Council security officer Tayel Hajbi told Israel Hayom, “Today, fortunately, there were no fires because there was early detection, and when the balloons reached the ground they were immediately extinguished.”
Khaled Abu Toameh: Fatah blasts Qatar over fuel delivery to Gaza
Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas's ruling Fatah faction on Tuesday accused Qatar of working with Israel to perpetuate the split between the West Bank and Gaza Strip. Fatah also accused Qatar of meddling in the internal affairs of the Palestinians.

Qatar has donated $60 million for help provide fuel for the Gaza Power Plant for the next six months.

For the first time, however, the payment process skipped over the Palestinian Authority. Typically, Qatar would have sent the money to the PA, which then would have purchased the fuel from Israel, to transfer to Gaza through the Kerem Shalom Crossing.

This time around it donated the funds to the United Nations, which then purchased the fuel from Israel, thereby leaving the Palestinian Authority out in the cold.

The gestures alleviates the humanitarian suffering of the two million people in the Hamas-ruled Gaza enclave, who have been living on four to five hours of electricity per day, followed by 12 to 16 hours of blackouts.

Fatah and Abbas have reportedly expressed outrage over the move, which they say will help Hamas tighten its grip on the Gaza Strip and sabotage Egyptian efforts to end the rivalry between the two Palestinian parties.

Abbas has imposed severe economic sanctions on Gaza, including refusing to pay for fuel, in hopes of forcing Hamas to relinquish its 11-year hold on Gaza and allow for Fatah to rule the enclave. Funding the fuel harms those efforts.

A senior PA official in Ramallah told The Jerusalem Post that any aid to the Gaza Strip should be channeled through the Ramallah-based PA government and in coordination with it.
The same old Sinwar
Caving into Hamas pressure, La Repubblica journalist ‎Francesca Borri, which interviewed Sinwar, was quick ‎to post a video in which she states that she ‎interviewed Sinwar on behalf of the Italian daily ‎and a British paper, not Israeli media. ‎

Yedioth's claim that the interview was held on its ‎behalf is false in its entirety. "I am a freelancer ‎and my stories are translated into 24 languages. ‎Sinwar knew it. I do not work for Israeli media," ‎she said. ‎

‎"When Sinwar talked with me, he was addressing the ‎world, including Israel, with aim of removing the ‎siege the international community as a whole is ‎responsible for," she said. ‎

She stressed that she asked him whether this ‎was the first time he was granting an interview to ‎‎"Western media" – not "Israeli media," as Yedioth ‎claimed.‎

Borri further said that Sinwar "wouldn’t hear of ‎‎'normalization,'" cryptically adding that "at the ‎end of the day, we're all pretty smart. What ‎happened is clear to everyone." ‎

Woe the disappointment. As it turns out, Hamas – ‎the offspring of the Muslim Brotherhood and the ‎sister-movement of Islamic Jihad, al-Qaida and ‎Islamic State – has no intention of relinquishing ‎its call for Israel's destruction.‎

Sinwar has no intention of laying down his arms and ‎setting aside the desire to murder Israelis. He ‎simply explained that his "weakness" is the source ‎of his "strength" as giant, impatient, nuclear ‎Israel does not wish to eliminate him because it is ‎not in its interest. ‎

The bastard is right.‎






Iran spent $16B to destabilize Middle East, report finds
The U.S. State Department recently published an ‎unprecedented report detailing the financial ‎resources Iran invests in destabilizing the Middle ‎East. ‎

The report estimated that over the past six years, ‎the Islamic republic has spent some $16 billion to ‎prop up Syrian President Bashar Assad's regime and ‎fund Iranian-backed militias across the Arab world.‎

Assad has so far received about $4.6 billion from ‎Tehran, which also gives its largest regional proxy, ‎Lebanon-based Hezbollah, more than $700 million a ‎year, in addition to supporting other militias in ‎Iraq and the Houthi rebels in Yemen.‎

According to the 48-page report, the Gaza Strip-‎based Hamas and Islamic Jihad terrorist groups have ‎receives upward of $100 million from Iran in recent ‎years. ‎

‎"We know that Iran uses its economic revenues to ‎finance terrorism. There is no country in the world ‎that sponsors and supports terrorism more than ‎Iran," a State Department ‎official said. ‎

The report also touched on Iran's ballistic missile ‎program, saying that for years, Tehran has been ‎violating the international restrictions imposed on it ‎and has been delivering ballistic missiles to the ‎Houthis.‎
Iran Joins Global Initiative to Combat Terrorism; Loopholes for Hamas and Hezbollah
Looking to avoid further international sanctions, 143 out of 268 Iranian lawmakers voted on Sunday to support a UN Convention to end terrorist financing, but the bill they passed contains loopholes for groups like Hamas and Hezbollah.

Known as the “Combating the Financing of Terrorism,” the international convention “involves investigating, analyzing, deterring and preventing sources of funding for activities intended to achieve political, religious or ideological goals through violence and the threat of violence against civilians,” according to the online site Investopedia.

However, this development is unlikely to cease Iran’s role as the world’s leading state sponsor of terrorism.

“Both opponents of the bill and foreign-media reports failed to recognize that the bill carves out exemptions for the specific purpose of facilitating funds to support Hamas, Hezbollah and other groups designated abroad as terrorist organizations,” according to Saeed Ghasseminejad and Toby Dershowitz of the Foundation for Defense of Democracies.

“To that end, the bill excludes ‘struggles against colonial dominance and foreign occupation’ from its definition of terrorism,” they added. “The bill even acknowledges it will not fully comply with clause 1.b in Article 2 of the CFT, which prohibits any act ‘intended to cause death or serious bodily injury to a civilian, or to any other person not taking an active part in the hostilities in a situation of armed conflict.’”
Turkey's Revolution Looks like Iran's - but in Slow Motion
The SAVAK's infamous Evin prison, which once held as many as 5,000 of the Shah's political enemies, soon held over 15,000 of Khomeini's.

Erdogan once said that "Democracy is like a tram. You ride it until you arrive at your destination, then you step off." It appears he has reached his destination.

As Prime Minister and then President of Turkey, Erdogan's policies have become steadily more hostile to U.S. interests. He championed the Gaza flotilla, helped Iran transport weapons into Syria, and fought America's Kurdish allies.

Imagine what the world would be like if the U.S. had stationed nuclear weapons in Iran prior to Khomeini's takeover. Imagine what the world will be like if Erdogan seizes America's nuclear weapons.
Turkish paper publishes photos of Saudi journalist’s ‘assassination squad’
A pro-government Turkish newspaper on Wednesday published the names and photographs of a group of Saudi nationals who allegedly arrived in Istanbul on board two private jets the day journalist Jamal Khashoggi, a contributor to the Washington Post, went missing.

Turkish officials have said they believe the Saudi writer and government critic was killed inside his country’s consulate in Istanbul after he visited the mission to obtain a document required to marry his Turkish fiancee. Saudi Arabia has denied the allegations.

The Sabah newspaper, which is close to Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, revealed the identities of what it called a “mysterious” 15-member “assassination squad” it said was involved in Khashoggi’s alleged death.

The paper printed pictures of the Saudi nationals that appeared to have been taken by security cameras during police control at an airport.
MEMRI: The Disappearance Of Journalist Jamal Khashoggi: Before He Disappeared, The Saudi Press Accused Him Of Treason; Now It Is Expressing Concern
The disappearance of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, who entered the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul on October 2, 2018, and was never seen leaving it, is a trending topic in the Arabic press, particularly the Saudi press. Khashoggi, whom some Turkish elements surmise was murdered by the Saudis inside the consulate, is a veteran Saudi journalist well known in the Arab world, especially for his criticism of the Saudi regime and his support for the Muslim Brotherhood. In the past year Khashoggi even moved to the U.S. in fear for his life, and began writing a Washington Post column; in it, he was harshly critical of Saudi Crown Prince Muhammad bin Salman.

Prior to Khashoggi's disappearance, and since his move to the U.S., there were numerous articles in the Saudi press attacking him, particularly in the 'Okaz daily. The articles accused him of betraying his country, ranked him with the leaders of Al-Qaeda and ISIS, and described him as being in the service of the enemies of Saudi Arabia, starting with Turkey, Iran and Qatar, out of greed. Three days after his disappearance, a similar article called him "conspirer with reactionary ideas" who is loyal to the enemies of the state and is working "to sway public opinion [against Saudi Arabia] and underme security and stability in the country."

However, about a week after his disappearance, just as the accusations that Saudi Arabia had murdered him at the Istanbul consulate peaked, there was a reversal in the tone of articles in the Saudi press about him. Articles now expressed the country's concern about him, and the hope of hearing that he was alive and well. These articles also denied that Saudi Arabia had had a hand in his alleged murder, arguing that the country had no history of eliminating oppositionists in that way and that such an act would in any event cause more harm than good. They also stated that Turkey, Iran, and Qatar, and the Qatari Al-Jazeera TV, by attempting to accuse Saudi Arabia of involvement in murder, were essentially implicating themselves.

This report will set out the change in tone in the Saudi press with respect to Khashoggi, prior to and immediately after his disappearance and a week later.




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«Fundador de los combonianos, misioneros y misioneras. Apóstol de África donde llevó el beso de la paz de Cristo. Creyó firmemente que la cruz convertiría este gran continente en tierra de bendición y de salvación»

«¡África o muerte!» era el sentimiento apasionado de este insigne misionero; brotaba de sus entrañas y le confería el aliento para seguir luchando por Cristo. Siendo único superviviente de una numerosa familia de ocho hijos, a su madre, Domenica, no le tembló la voz cuando lo vio partir en 1857 después de su ordenación sacerdotal, diciéndole: «Vete, Daniel, y que el Señor te bendiga». Este gesto de suma generosidad nutría de bendiciones, junto a las divinas, la determinación irrevocable de este apóstol que había traído al mundo en Limone sul Garda, Italia, el 15 de marzo de 1831. El santo jamás lo olvidó; en las cartas que fue enviando desde su misión siempre agradeció a sus padres este desprendimiento. Ambos andaban escasos de recursos; servían como campesinos a un lugarteniente de la zona. Por eso Daniel tuvo que irse a Verona, donde el venerable Nicola Mazza había fundado un Instituto pensando en el futuro de jóvenes como él, pobres y con grandes dotes.

Fue allí donde ardió la llama de su vocación sacerdotal y misionera, teniendo en el horizonte de sus sueños apostólicos el continente africano. A ello contribuyó su amistad con un antiguo esclavo sudanés, con el que compartía las aulas. El 6 de enero de 1849 se comprometió ante Mazza a «consagrar su vida a Cristo en favor de los pueblos africanos hasta el martirio».Recibió la ordenación sacerdotal en Trento en 1854, de manos del obispo beato Juan Nepomuceno Tschiderer. Tres años más tarde, sin haber cumplido los 26 de edad, partió a África junto a cinco misioneros educados, como él, por Mazza. Llegó a Jartum, capital de Sudán, y allí se dio de bruces con la realidad: clima sofocante, riesgos de toda índole, miseria, abandono, enfermedad, etc. Todo ello habría invitado a espíritus pusilánimes a tirar la toalla, cediendo al temor, pero no a él, que se sintió espoleado a luchar con más fuerza que nunca. «Tendremos que fatigarnos, sudar, morir; pero al pensar que se suda y se muere por amor de Jesucristo y la salvación de las almas más abandonadas de este mundo, encuentro el consuelo necesario para no desistir en esta gran empresa», escribió a sus padres. Había sido un viaje difícil, plagado de sufrimientos y contrariedades, incluido el fallecimiento de la mayoría de los integrantes de esta misión. «¡África o muerte!»es la rúbrica instantánea de una fidelidad irrevocable a Cristo que brotó de sus labios ante el óbito de uno de los misioneros que le acompañaban, el padre Oliboni.

Volvió a Italia dispuesto a diseñar una nueva estrategia para llevar adelante la misión. El 15 de septiembre de 1864 en Roma oró sobre la tumba de san Pedro. Allí concibió lo que iba a ser conocido como el «Plan para la regeneración de África», sintetizado en la idea de «salvar África por medio de África». Su único objetivo era «el de llevar el beso de paz de Cristo»a esos pueblos del continente. Tres días más tarde dio a conocer su plan al papa Pío IX y al cardenal Barnabó, prefecto de Propaganda Fide. El pontífice le dijo: «¡trabaja como un buen soldado de Cristo!».Comboni comenzó efectuando viajes a distintos puntos de Europa en una labor de concienciación, estímulo y solicitud de ayuda para este proyecto, sin descuidar ningún estamento social. Sus interlocutores iban desde las autoridades eclesiales, la realeza y la poderosa aristocracia hasta las gentes sencillas y pobres. Para suscitar vocaciones y mantener vivo el espíritu misionero se sirvió también de un instrumento valiosísimo: la creación de una revista. En 1867 y en 1872 fundó los Misioneros Combonianos y las Misioneras Combonianas respectivamente. Consiguió que la Iglesia se involucrase en esta tarea misionera, especialmente con su Postulatumexpuesto en el Concilio Vaticano I.

Siempre desviviéndose por todos, no ocultaba su esfuerzo. Al escribir al padre Arnold Janssen desde Jartum en 1875 le decía con toda sencillez: «Perdóneme por escribirle en latín; pero es que no duermo por exceso de ocupaciones, y estoy agotado. Por este motivo no le escribo en alemán, porque necesitaría más tiempo y tendría que usar el diccionario…».En el estío de 1877 fue designado vicario apostólico de África central y consagrado obispo. En sus múltiples viajes al continente luchó contra la explotación inhumana, la esclavitud y toda clase de desmanes contra el pueblo que tanto amaba. Su fortaleza provenía de la cruz de Cristo, a la que se abrazó y de la que no despegaba sus ojos. Ocho días antes de morir dijo: «La cruz tiene la fuerza de transformar África en tierra de bendición y de salvación… A mí no me importa nada. Deseo solamente ser anatematizado por mis hermanos. Lo que me importa es la conversión de la ‘Nigricia’».

A unas horas de culminar su vida en la tierra aún le seguían otros problemas internos. Al rector de su seminario de Verona, padre Sembianti, le escribió desde Jartum el 8 de octubre de 1881, preocupado por un asunto de gobierno: «Gran asombro me ha producido el conocer la turbación de la superiora cuando recibió mi carta, en la que le pedía cosas concernientes a su deber, y que yo tenía derecho a pedir en conciencia. Si ello es así, como no quiero causar ninguna molestia, le aseguro a usted, y asegure usted a la superiora, que no la incomodaré más con ninguna carta o escrito. ¡Qué magníficas relaciones mantiene un Instituto donde deben florecer la caridad, la obediencia, la confianza y el respeto a la autoridad, qué magníficas relaciones, decía, mantiene el Instituto de las Pías Madres de la Nigricia con su fundador, que suda, se fatiga y no duerme, para sostenerlo y conseguir que no le falte de nada! ¡Qué espíritu del Señor!».Al tiempo, junto a la noticia de otras acciones apostólicas, le comunicaba haber bautizado a «catorce infieles, entre paganos y musulmanes». Dos días más tarde de haber firmado esta carta, justamente el 10 de octubre de 1881, partió al cielo. «Yo muero –vaticinó– pero mi obra, no morirá».Juan Pablo II lo beatificó el 17 de marzo de 1996, y lo canonizó el 5 de octubre de 2003.

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          Researchers: Human Toll Of South Sudan War 'As Bad As Iraq or Syria' - October 10, 2018      Cache   Translate Page      
((INTRO)) [[Close to 400-thousand people have been killed in the civil war in South Sudan, half through violence – making the conflict among the worst the world has seen in recent years, according to a new analysis by researchers at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. The researchers hope the new analysis, which far surpasses earlier death toll estimates, will reveal the terrible human cost of the war and give a renewed impetus to peace talks and humanitarian funding. Henry Ridgwell reports.]]   ((NARRATOR)) The South Sudan civil war erupted in 2013 as rebels took up arms against the government. A peace agreement signed two years later broke down - and the conflict spread.   Fighting has continued despite another ceasefire deal signed last month.   It has taken a devastating human toll. Researchers say the war has led to nearly 400,000 deaths – with around half of those attributable directly to violence, mostly adult males.   ((FRANCESCO CHECCI, LONDON SCHOOL OF HYGIENE AND TROPICAL MEDICINE)) “I think this places South Sudan more broadly on a par with the likes of Syria and Iraq as opposed to other sub-Saharan African conflicts that we have seen in the past.”   ((NARRATOR)) The analysis led by Professor Checci (PRON. KEKKI) was funded by the United States Institute of Peace.    Researchers used census projections to estimate population figures alongside mortality data from household surveys. They also captured data on various predictors of mortality such as conflict intensity, displacement, and food security.    A statistical model was then used to estimate the death toll attributable to the war – covering not only violent deaths, but also those caused by a lack of healthcare, food shortages or disease - the indirect consequences of the conflict.   ((FRANCESCO CHECCI, LONDON SCHOOL OF HYGIENE AND TROPICAL MEDICINE)) “They have actually been shown in many different armed conflicts to be sometimes the majority of deaths attributable to the crisis.”   ((NARRATOR)) The researchers say their findings underscore the urgency of resolving the conflict. They also hope the analysis can inform the humanitarian response in South Sudan, one of the largest worldwide. Its total funding requirement in 2018 is $1.7 billion – still only half funded, according to the United Nations.   ((FRANCESCO CHECCI, LONDON SCHOOL OF HYGIENE AND TROPICAL MEDICINE)) “I’m hoping that by putting fairly concrete, objective, hopefully scientifically credible numbers around some crude metric over the level of suffering and impact that these crises have on people, we’re actually going to be able to influence that broad global commitment to humanitarian financing.”   ((NARRATOR)) Checci now hopes to apply the statistical technique to other African conflicts – starting with Nigeria and the war against Boko Haram Islamist militants.   ((Henry Ridgwell, for VOA News, London.))
          Sudanese and South Sudanese refugees unite on basketball court      Cache   Translate Page      
Twice a week refugees from Sudan and South Sudan gather in a church courtyard in Cairo to play basketball, unfazed by political differences at home.

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U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley speaks in the U.N. Security Council at U.N. headquarters in New York City, U.S., February 28, 2017.

© 2017 Reuters

Nikki Haley, the US ambassador to the United Nations, will not be remembered as a staunch defender of human rights when she resigns at the end of the year. She vigorously defended egregious Israeli abuses like the unlawful use of lethal force that killed over 150 protesters in Gaza this year. But her main legacy will be leading the US withdrawal from the UN Human Rights Council, dismissing it as an ineffective institution that criticized Israel too much.

Many had hoped she would help the administration of President Donald Trump promote human rights abroad. After all, she had made a name for herself in 2015, when, as governor of South Carolina, she ordered the Confederate battle flag removed from the state capitol grounds after a mass shooting. Although she joined other Republican governors in opposing resettling Syrian refugees in her state, in 2016 she criticized presidential candidate Trump for his anti-immigration rhetoric. Haley wrote recently that she occasionally disagreed with Trump, though she offered no details.

As UN ambassador, Haley made important progress on several issues. She helped push the UN Security Council to impose an arms embargo on South Sudan. She urged the council to look hard at the crisis in Nicaragua. And she repeatedly asked the Democratic Republic of Congo’s President Joseph Kabila to curtail abuses against opponents and investigate the murder of two UN experts there.

When it comes to the Human Rights Council, Haley announced the US departure from the body in June, just days after the UN Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights condemned Trump’s policy of separating children from their parents at the US-Mexico border. Haley called the council a “cesspool of bias,” and wrongly blamed Human Rights Watch, Amnesty International, and other human rights organizations for the US withdrawal when her ill-conceived attempts to “reform” the council received virtually no support from UN member states.

The Human Rights Council, like other UN bodies, has its shortcomings, including having serial rights violators like Saudi Arabia and China as members. Still, the council has had a positive impact, with or without US involvement. In last month’s session, it created a means to gather evidence and identify those responsible for the ethnic cleansing of the Rohingya population in Myanmar. It also adopted the first-ever UN resolution on Venezuela’s crisis, and renewed an investigation into rights abuses in Yemen.

Haley’s dismissal of what she calls the “so-called Human Rights Council” rings increasingly hollow.


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thumbRNS Sudan Doctor2 100518NAIROBI, Kenya (RNS) – Dr. Evan Atar Adaha knows that faith matters to many of his patients at the Maban Referral Hospital in South Sudan’s Upper Nile State.

So, before administering the anesthetic for surgery, he recites verses from the Bible or the Quran with patients. Then the 52-year-old surgeon, who is Roman Catholic, follows with a short prayer — according to the patient’s faith — before taking up his surgical knife.

NAIROBI, Kenya (RNS) – Dr. Evan Atar Adaha knows that faith matters to many of his patients at the Maban Referral Hospital in South Sudan’s Upper Nile State.

So, before administering the anesthetic for surgery, he recites verses from the Bible or the Quran with patients. Then the 52-year-old surgeon, who is Roman Catholic, follows with a short prayer — according to the patient’s faith — before taking up his surgical knife.

Dr. Evan Atar Adaha with a newborn baby in the maternity ward of Maban Referral Hospital in Bunj, South Sudan. © UNHCR/Will SwansonDr. Evan Atar Adaha with a newborn baby in the maternity ward of Maban Referral Hospital in Bunj, South Sudan. © UNHCR/Will Swanson“My faith contributes a lot to my work,” said the surgeon, who is known simply as Atar. "I am inspired by a belief that we are all from one God. As we work, I keep telling my colleagues that we are one family and we must save lives."

Atar is the only surgeon in Maban Referral Hospital. For more than two decades he has provided medical services to people fleeing war and persecution in Sudan and South Sudan.

Along with his surgical duties, he can also be found pushing the operating table, playing with a newborn or even fixing a light.

On Sundays, he relaxes by going to church.

For his service to refugees, the doctor has been named the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) 2018 Nansen Award winner. He received the award Oct. 1 in Geneva, Switzerland.

Dr. Evan Atar Adaha accepts the 2018 Nansen Refugee Award from UN High Commissioner for Refugees Filippo Grandi on Oct. 1, 2018. Atar runs the only functional hospital in Upper Nile State, South Sudan, where he and his team carry out an average of 58 operations per week with limited supplies and equipment. For more than 60 years, UNHCR’s Nansen Refugee Award has recognized those who show outstanding dedication to the refugee cause. © UNHCR/Mark HenleyDr. Evan Atar Adaha accepts the 2018 Nansen Refugee Award from UN High Commissioner for Refugees Filippo Grandi on Oct. 1, 2018. Atar runs the only functional hospital in Upper Nile State, South Sudan, where he and his team carry out an average of 58 operations per week with limited supplies and equipment. For more than 60 years, UNHCR’s Nansen Refugee Award has recognized those who show outstanding dedication to the refugee cause. © UNHCR/Mark Henley“Dr. Atar’s work through decades of civil war and conflict is a shining example of profound humanity and selflessness,” said Filippo Grandi, the UN high commissioner for refugees, in a statement. “Through his tireless efforts, thousands of lives have been saved, and countless men, women and children provided with a new chance to rebuild the future.”

Named after Fridtjof Nansen, a Norwegian explorer and humanitarian, the award honors extraordinary service to refugees, displaced people and the stateless. According to the UNHCR website, the award includes $150,000 to fund a project designed in tandem with the agency.

“I am humbled by this award. It comes with some resources. We will use them to meet our next challenges,” said Atar, who is also the medical director in the 120-bed hospital, located about 600 kilometers southeast of the South Sudan capital, Juba.

Over the years, his hospital — which handles all manner of medical problems, including gunshot wounds, malaria and cesarean sections — has become a lifesaver for more than 200,000 people in the troubled region. Of these, 140,000 are refugees who fled violence in Sudan’s Blue Nile region.

Originally from Torit town in southern South Sudan, Atar studied medicine in Khartoum and later practiced in Egypt. In 1997, he moved to Kurmuk in Blue Nile State at the height of a Sudanese civil war. Amid falling bombs and intense fighting between government forces and rebels, he ran a health center that treated both civilians and fighters.

Increased bombing by the Sudanese air force in 2011 forced Atar and his team to flee with thousands of refugees to Maban, where he continued providing similar services.

“We started from nothing. At one time I had to bring down a door for use as an operating table,” he said.

Dr. Evan Atar Adaha accepts the 2018 Nansen Refugee Award on Oct. 1, 2018, in Geneva, Switzerland. © UNHCR/Mark HenleyDr. Evan Atar Adaha accepts the 2018 Nansen Refugee Award on Oct. 1, 2018, in Geneva, Switzerland. © UNHCR/Mark HenleyThe health center eventually grew into a hospital, with assistance from the UNHCR and from Samaritan’s Purse, the international evangelical relief organization run by Franklin Graham. “We still are trying to see how we can expand the hospital to offer more services to the people.”

In South Sudan, health care is often is short supply. There are serious shortages of drugs, equipment and skilled medical personnel. Armed groups also loot medical facilities and have kidnapped, detained and killed doctors and nurses.

When the country became independent in 2011, there were 120 doctors and 100 nurses serving a population of 12 million, according to UNHCR. In Maban, Atar has a 53-member staff, including three other doctors — two from Kenya and one from Uganda.

Atar’s wife and three children live in Nairobi. He sees them only a few times a year.

Most of his time is consumed with keeping the hospital running. Atar says his staff needs more training and equipment. And there’s never enough room for patients.

The hospital's maternity ward has 30 beds, said Atar. He’d like to see that number doubled. At times, he said, there’s not enough room and maternity patients have to sleep on the floor.

“We still face many challenges,” said Atar.


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ONU
Insufficienti i fondi per assistere i rifugiati. Aiuti adeguati a solo la metà delle persone vulnerabili
L'Osservatore Romano
I fondi ricevuti dall’Onu risultano sempre più insufficienti a fronte dell’incremento del numero di rifugiati, sfollati e apolidi nel mondo. Poco più della metà del fabbisogno delle popolazioni di rifugiati e sfollati è soddisfatto. Occorre un’azione incisiva dei governi a sostegno delle iniziative delle Nazioni Unite, altrimenti numerosi programmi di assistenza dovranno avere fine. L’allarme è stato lanciato ieri dall’Alto commissariato Onu per i rifugiati (Unhcr).
L’agenzia delle Nazioni Unite prevede che per il 2018 i finanziamenti dei governi raggiungeranno appena il 55 per cento degli 8,2 miliardi di dollari richiesti. Con 68,5 milioni di sfollati all’inizio dell’anno, occorrono quindi nuovi fondi, ha osservato l’Unhcr. In tutto il mondo oggi si registra un aumento della malnutrizione, un sovraffollamento delle strutture sanitarie messe a punto per migranti e rifugiati che sono sempre più fatiscenti. Il personale impegnato nei programmi sta progressivamente diminuendo.
Sei focolai di crisi — dice l’agenzia Onu — risentono in modo particolare della mancanza di fondi: Burundi, Repubblica Democratica del Congo, Afghanistan, Sud Sudan, Siria e Somalia. La risposta alla situazione dei rifugiati del Burundi risulta quella meno finanziata (si copre solo il 28 per cento delle necessità) e si è dovuto procedere a tagli delle razioni alimentari.
Oltre ai finanziamenti per i rifugiati, l’Unhcr chiede ulteriori 73 milioni di dollari per rispondere ai bisogni degli sfollati interni della Siria. Centinaia di migliaia di persone sono rimaste senza abitazione dall’inizio dell’anno e molte ora fanno affidamento sugli aiuti umanitario per i bisogni primari quotidiani. Parte dei finanziamenti sia all’interno della Siria che nei paesi limitrofi servirà a garantire che le famiglie vulnerabili ricevano un supporto adeguato prima che arrivi l’inverno. L’agenzia Onu stima in 1,3 milioni i rifugiati vulnerabili bisognosi di supporto invernale essenziale. Al momento, l’Unhcr dispone del 55 per cento della somma richiesta e teme di dover sospendere in novembre i fondi per l’inverno.
La mancanza di fondi alle Nazioni Unite è un problema enorme, esploso soprattutto nell’ultimo anno. Ed è anche il risultato di una lunga campagna del presidente statunitense, Donald Trump, contro il sistema delle Nazioni Unite. Il leader della Casa Bianca accusa da sempre il Palazzo di vetro di essere un’istituzione inutile e ha tagliato i fondi all’agenzia per i rifugiati palestinesi (Unrwa). A gennaio, gli Stati Uniti avevano già annunciato il dimezzamento dei fondi che ogni anno assicurano all’Unrwa, per fare pressioni sui palestinesi e spingerli a tornare al tavolo delle trattative con Israele.
Ma non solo. Washington minaccia di interrompere il finanziamento della missione di pace Minurso nel Sahara occidentale con conseguenze che, secondo il segretario generale dell’Onu, António Guterres, «potrebbero portare alla fine del cessate il fuoco e avere un impatto pericoloso sulla sicurezza e la stabilità dell’intera regione».
La mancanza di fondi adeguati incide soprattutto sui bambini, e sulle bambine in particolare. Secondo l’Unicef, a livello globale, oggi, 131 milioni di ragazze non ricevono alcuna istruzione adeguata. La maggior parte sono migranti o rifugiati. Ai tassi di progresso attuali, «entro il 2030, oltre la metà delle ragazze nel mondo non sarà in grado di raggiungere le competenze di base, alfabetizzazione e capacità di calcolo, di livello secondario» riferisce in un rapporto il fondo delle Nazioni Unite per l’infanzia.
Nonostante il numero di ragazze che frequentano gli istituti scolastici sia «il maggiore di sempre», resta il fatto che «troppe ancora non stanno ricevendo conoscenze, sviluppando competenze e abitudini lavorative necessarie per fare carriera nella vita». L’Unicef sostiene che le donne tra i 15 e i 29 anni hanno probabilità tre volte maggiori rispetto ai giovani uomini di non lavorare e di non ricevere un’istruzione e corsi di formazione. In particolare: il 76 per cento dei giovani inattivi che non studiano sono ragazze; il 33 per cento di queste giovani donne non hanno esperienze di lavoro prima di cadere nell’inattività completa, rispetto al 18 per cento dei ragazzi. Le ragazze più svantaggiate hanno un minore accesso a lavori dignitosi. Tra i giovani economicamente inattivi, il 35 per cento delle giovani donne rispetto al 7 per cento dei giovani uomini ha lasciato il lavoro per ragioni familiari.
L'Osservatore Romano, 10-11 ottobre 2018

          Sales Manager - Tobacco - Ras al-Khaimah      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Sudan:Supply Shortage Halts Ops At East Darfur Hospital      Cache   Translate Page      
[Radio Dabanga] ED Daein -Patients report that shortages in supplies of basic necessities have halted operation at Ed Daein Hospital in the capital of East Darfur, however official sources attribute the shut-down to the death of a staff member.
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CAIRO, Oct 10 (Reuters) - Twice a week refugees from Sudan and South Sudan gather in a church courtyard in Cairo to play basketball, unfazed by political...
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NEW YORK, 09 October 2018 / PRN Africa / -- The World Food Programme (WFP) convoy transported just over 750 tonnes of food and nutrition supplies up the Sobat river, a major tributary of the White Nile.
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NEW YORK, 09 October 2018 / PRN Africa / -- The World Food Programme (WFP) convoy transported just over 750 tonnes of food and nutrition supplies up the Sobat river, a major tributary of the White Nile.
          Sudan: Bereit zum Aufstieg      Cache   Translate Page      

Bislang kommen fast nur Taucher in den Sudan, wo das Rote Meer noch intakt ist. Nun will die Regierung den Tourismus ausbauen.


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Nigeria Presidential Race : Let Referendum Decide Our Fate in Nigeria----IPOB

IPOB Press Statement

We view with utter disdain and sadness the macabre dance of shame being exhibited by some elements from the east over the emergence of Atiku Abubakar. These shameless politicians, typified by the institutionalized bundle of treachery abundant in Ohaneze Ndigbo ideology, have reared their ugly heads once again in the never-ending cycle of humiliation and suffering for Biafrans in Nigeria. If people can forget with such ease that Atiku Abubakar is yet another Fulani Muslim with a major stake in the murderous tendencies of Miyetti Allah a.k.Fulani herdsmen, then there is a reason to question the sanity of those that claim they are political leaders in the south.

The same misplaced sycophantic euphoria greeted the emergence of Muhammadu Buhari in 2014 when the mantra was to get rid of the same PDP that some quislings are campaigning for today. We know where Buhari’s regime has landed everybody. The same greedy and political shortsightedness that led to the emergence of the Fulani Buhari is at play once again. It confirms what we IPOB have always known, that some people don’t have what it takes to usher in positive long-lasting change. The same band of criminal politicians responsible for the pain and hardship ravaging our land today are now telling us to vote for the umpteenth time in the hope that things will get better this time around when they know it won’t.

It is frankly unbelievable that some people can be that gullible as to be taken in by the charade that passes as electioneering in Nigeria. The noise making and celebration at the emergence of another Fulani man to contest presidential seat come 2019 under the platform of Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) is indicative that politics in Nigeria is an exercise in recycling expired criminals in the corridors of power.

The emergence of Alhaji Atiku Abubarka did not come as a surprise because we the Indigenous people of Biafra (IPOB) ably led by Mazi Nnamdi Kanu are well aware and informed on the antics of the Fulani caliphate with their jihadist plans to perpetuate the suffering and conquest of the rest of Nigeria particularly the former Eastern Region. It’s a shame that Ohaneze Ndigbo and eastern politicians are still ignorant of this fact but they claim they are learned.

How quickly so-called leaders of the east have forgotten that it was Buhari that truncated the guaranteed Ekwueme presidency with his anti-east military coup of 1983. It was the same Buhari that killed civilians and blackmailed another easterner Goodluck Jonathan out of office, using the formidable might of global Islamic brotherhood led by Obama

How can these confused easterners be jubilating over Atiku Abubakar having speedily forgotten that he single-handedly denied Dr Alex Ekwueme the PDP ticket in the run-up to the Jos convention in 1999? There is no serious politician in the South East and South-South who doesn’t know that it was Atiku Abubakar that stopped Ekwueme’s restructuring agenda in 1999. IPOB has the secret details of how Atiku blackmailed and backstabbed Ekwueme out of the presidency. These will be made public in due course.

We are not unaware of the plans by the Fulani caliphate to continue their antics of perpetuating themselves in power by secretly placing their people in every political platform in the contraption called Nigeria. We still wonder why some Nigerians are so myopic to the extent they cannot see the handwriting on the wall. IPOB family members and it's leadership worldwide have gone beyond the current gimmicks and frenzied local politics played by expired politicians on poor masses. Fulani has a singular agenda, to conquer and Islamize Nigeria. Unfortunately poorly informed eastern politicians and their brood of up and coming baby traitors are helping Miyetti Allah in the conquest of the Eastern Region. It is important to know that Atiku is a Fulani man and cannot jettison the Fulani agenda.

Fulani is pursuing a totally different agenda in Nigeria while other Nigerians are myopically carrying on in their blissful ignorance. Why can’t a pure Hausa, Tiv, Jukun or Bachama be president of Nigeria? Is there no Hausa man educated enough to lead Nigeria? These are the subtle realities that right-minded people should worry about. The Fulanis are playing a nicely refined game with the brains of Nigerians. How sad that some people accepted the narrative that only a Fulani man can win against ‘Buhari’ who is himself a Fulani.

Those irrationally jubilating in the South East and South South over the PDP nominee must remember it was Atiku, Saraki, Obasanjo, Tambowal, Kwankwonso and others that conspired against Jonathan in 2015 to put a Fulani man in power. Now Jonathan is gone, the big Fulani guns that abandoned him to join APC to ensure the loss of his presidency, have now jumped out of APC into PDP to overrun the east. We wonder why people will forget so easily, especially South East and South South people.

The hidden agenda Fulani doesn't want people to understand is that they want to continue ruling Nigeria with Jubril from Sudan or another Fulani in PDP. They have succeeded in replacing their late hitman Mohammad Buhari with Atiku Abubakar to continue their Fulani agenda.

IPOB is not interested in who clinches which party ticket or becomes president next year because Biafra is coming and no man born of a woman can stop it. The disgraceful horse trading going on for the position of vice presidential candidate among South East politicians is indicative of their hopelessness and self-aggrandizement at the expense of the collective advancement of the people.

All the people of Biafra want is a referendum. Biafrans must decide whether they wish to continue staying in Nigeria or not before any election can be conducted in Biafraland.

COMRADE EMMA POWERFUL MEDIA AND PUBLICITY SECRETARY FOR IPOB.

Oct 9, 2018
          IPOB Press Statement : Atiku Abubakar Presidential Race and The Stupidity of Igbo politicians       Cache   Translate Page      
Atiku Abubakar Presidential Race and The Stupidity of Igbo politicians

IPOB Press Statement

We view with utter disdain and sadness the macabre dance of shame being exhibited by some elements from the east over the emergence of Atiku Abubakar. These shameless politicians, typified by the institutionalized bundle of treachery abundant in Ohaneze Ndigbo ideology, have reared their ugly heads once again in the never-ending cycle of humiliation and suffering for Biafrans in Nigeria. If people can forget with such ease that Atiku Abubakar is yet another Fulani Muslim with a major stake in the murderous tendencies of Miyetti Allah a.k.Fulani herdsmen, then there is a reason to question the sanity of those that claim they are political leaders in the south.

The same misplaced sycophantic euphoria greeted the emergence of Muhammadu Buhari in 2014 when the mantra was to get rid of the same PDP that some quislings are campaigning for today. We know where Buhari’s regime has landed everybody. The same greedy and political shortsightedness that led to the emergence of the Fulani Buhari is at play once again. It confirms what we IPOB have always known, that some people don’t have what it takes to usher in positive long-lasting change. The same band of criminal politicians responsible for the pain and hardship ravaging our land today are now telling us to vote for the umpteenth time in the hope that things will get better this time around when they know it won’t.

It is frankly unbelievable that some people can be that gullible as to be taken in by the charade that passes as electioneering in Nigeria. The noise making and celebration at the emergence of another Fulani man to contest presidential seat come 2019 under the platform of Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) is indicative that politics in Nigeria is an exercise in recycling expired criminals in the corridors of power.

The emergence of Alhaji Atiku Abubarka did not come as a surprise because we the Indigenous people of Biafra (IPOB) ably led by Mazi Nnamdi Kanu are well aware and informed on the antics of the Fulani caliphate with their jihadist plans to perpetuate the suffering and conquest of the rest of Nigeria particularly the former Eastern Region. It’s a shame that Ohaneze Ndigbo and eastern politicians are still ignorant of this fact but they claim they are learned.

How quickly so-called leaders of the east have forgotten that it was Buhari that truncated the guaranteed Ekwueme presidency with his anti-east military coup of 1983. It was the same Buhari that killed civilians and blackmailed another easterner Goodluck Jonathan out of office, using the formidable might of global Islamic brotherhood led by Obama

How can these confused easterners be jubilating over Atiku Abubakar having speedily forgotten that he single-handedly denied Dr Alex Ekwueme the PDP ticket in the run-up to the Jos convention in 1999? There is no serious politician in the South East and South-South who doesn’t know that it was Atiku Abubakar that stopped Ekwueme’s restructuring agenda in 1999. IPOB has the secret details of how Atiku blackmailed and backstabbed Ekwueme out of the presidency. These will be made public in due course.

We are not unaware of the plans by the Fulani caliphate to continue their antics of perpetuating themselves in power by secretly placing their people in every political platform in the contraption called Nigeria. We still wonder why some Nigerians are so myopic to the extent they cannot see the handwriting on the wall. IPOB family members and it's leadership worldwide have gone beyond the current gimmicks and frenzied local politics played by expired politicians on poor masses. Fulani has a singular agenda, to conquer and Islamize Nigeria. Unfortunately poorly informed eastern politicians and their brood of up and coming baby traitors are helping Miyetti Allah in the conquest of the Eastern Region. It is important to know that Atiku is a Fulani man and cannot jettison the Fulani agenda.

Fulani is pursuing a totally different agenda in Nigeria while other Nigerians are myopically carrying on in their blissful ignorance. Why can’t a pure Hausa, Tiv, Jukun or Bachama be president of Nigeria? Is there no Hausa man educated enough to lead Nigeria? These are the subtle realities that right-minded people should worry about. The Fulanis are playing a nicely refined game with the brains of Nigerians. How sad that some people accepted the narrative that only a Fulani man can win against ‘Buhari’ who is himself a Fulani.

Those irrationally jubilating in the South East and South South over the PDP nominee must remember it was Atiku, Saraki, Obasanjo, Tambowal, Kwankwonso and others that conspired against Jonathan in 2015 to put a Fulani man in power. Now Jonathan is gone, the big Fulani guns that abandoned him to join APC to ensure the loss of his presidency, have now jumped out of APC into PDP to overrun the east. We wonder why people will forget so easily, especially South East and South South people.

The hidden agenda Fulani doesn't want people to understand is that they want to continue ruling Nigeria with Jubril from Sudan or another Fulani in PDP. They have succeeded in replacing their late hitman Mohammad Buhari with Atiku Abubakar to continue their Fulani agenda.

IPOB is not interested in who clinches which party ticket or becomes president next year because Biafra is coming and no man born of a woman can stop it. The disgraceful horse trading going on for the position of vice presidential candidate among South East politicians is indicative of their hopelessness and self-aggrandizement at the expense of the collective advancement of the people.

All the people of Biafra want is a referendum. Biafrans must decide whether they wish to continue staying in Nigeria or not before any election can be conducted in Biafraland.

COMRADE EMMA POWERFUL MEDIA AND PUBLICITY SECRETARY FOR IPOB.

Oct 9, 2018
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Non c'è pace nemmeno dopo 78 anni per i resti del marinaio di Castiglione Falletto partito per la guerra e morto pochio mesi dopo in Sudan per l'affondamento...


          Sudan:Sudan MPs Slate SDG 180 Million Parliamentary Travel Bill      Cache   Translate Page      
[Radio Dabanga] Omdurman -Independent Sudanese Members of Parliament have criticised the high cost of foreign trips by MPs, branding it 'a waste of public money.'
          Janubiy Sudan mojarosi Suriya va Iroq darajasiga yetdi. Yangi izlanish      Cache   Translate Page      
Qurbonlar sonini taxmin qilishga imkon beruvchi statistik formula yaratilib, nafaqat zo’ravonliklardan, balki mojaroning bilvosita asoratlari – kasallik, ochlik, tibbiy yordamning yetishmasligidan yuz bergan o’lim hollari hisobga olingan.
          South Sudan in Focus - October 10, 2018      Cache   Translate Page      
Hundreds of Ethiopian soldiers march to the palace of the Prime Minister to demand pay raises; refugees in Uganda establish a group that empowers fellow refugees to become self-reliant; and a South Sudan chess team brings home gold after taking part in a world chess competition.
           A/HRC/RES/39/22 : Technical assistance and capacity-building to improve human rights in the Sudan       Cache   Translate Page      
Body : HRC , Session : 39th , Report Type : Resolution


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