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          World: Emergency Management Centre for Animal Health Annual Report      Cache   Translate Page      
Source: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
Country: Benin, Burundi, Cambodia, China, Congo, Côte d'Ivoire, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Djibouti, Ethiopia, Iran (Islamic Republic of), Japan, Kenya, Lao People's Democratic Republic (the), Malawi, Malaysia, Mauritania, Mongolia, Myanmar, Philippines, Republic of Korea, Rwanda, Somalia, South Sudan, Sudan, Thailand, Togo, Uganda, United Republic of Tanzania, Viet Nam, World, Zambia

Animal health emergencies continue to erupt around the world at an ever-increasing pace. Increased global travel, human migration and informal trade of animals and animal products continue to intensify the risk of disease spread. Infectious diseases and other animal health threats have the potential to move rapidly within a country or around the world leading to severe socio-economic and public health consequences. For zoonoses that develop the ability for human to human transmission, an early response to an animal health emergency could prevent the next pandemic. As the demands continue to evolve for effective and efficient management of animal diseases, including emerging diseases and zoonoses, the Emergency Management Centre for Animal Health (EMC-AH) continues to evolve and keep pace with the global demands, adding value to Member States of FAO.

Building on the first eleven years of success, the Centre rebranded its platform in 2018 as EMC-AH, with the full support of the Crisis Management Centre for Animal Health Steering Committee in November 2017. The new name reflects the modernization of the platform and new way of working to better address the needs of the future. Further, the inaugural EMC-AH strategic action plan 2018 2022 released in June 2018 clearly states the vision, mission, and core functions of EMC AH for the coming five years with the aim of reducing the impact of animal health emergencies.

EMC AH’s annual report reflects EMC AH’s new way of working under its strategic action plan and addresses EMC AH performance and actions for the twelve-month period of November 2017-October 2018. During the reporting period, EMC AH contributed to strengthening resilience of livelihoods to animal health-related emergencies and zoonoses through the core pillars of its strategic action plan: preparedness, response, incident coordination, collaboration and resource mobilization. The annual report illustrates EMC-AH’s commitment to transparency and accountability.

FAO’s Member States have an ongoing need for a holistic and sustainable international platform that provides the necessary tools and interventions inclusive of animal health emergency management. EMC-AH strategic action plan requires a substantial commitment of resources to implement the full range of proposed activities, and EMC-AH must maintain key personnel essential to carry out its objectives and components of the 2016-2019 FAO Strategic Framework that addresses increased resilience of livelihoods to threats and crises (Strategic Programme five [SP5]).

As a joint platform of FAO’s Animal Health Service and Emergency Response and Resilience Team, and in close collaboration with related partners and networks, EMC-AH is appropriately positioned to provide renewed leadership, coordination and action for global animal health emergencies.


          The UK's Internet is the Fifth Cheapest in Western Europe      Cache   Translate Page      
Be glad we don't live in Mauritania.
          UNECA Launches First Report on SDG Achievement in Maghreb Countries      Cache   Translate Page      
The UN Economic Commission for Africa published an initial report that takes stock of SDG implementation in Maghreb countries in North Africa (Algeria, Mauritania, Morocco and Tunisia). The report highlights efforts taken to date, but underscores that the overall process of national ownership and mainstreaming must be accelerated. Looking forward, the report makes recommendations for countries and the Arab Maghreb Union to strengthen national and regional systems and strategic frameworks.
          Saudi Arabia Praised by 75% of UN Delegates in Human Rights Review      Cache   Translate Page      

Above: Saudi delegate addresses today’s UNHRC session GENEVA, Nov. 5, 2018 — Following is a selection of the praise that Saudi Arabia received when its human rights record was reviewed today, as a part of a mandatory review that every country undergoes every five years at the UN Human Rights Council: Venezuela: “We commend Saudi Arabia for empowering women.” Pakistan: “We commend efforts [by Saudi Arabia] to empower women and promote gender equality.” United Arab Emirates: “We commend Saudi Arabia for mainstreaming human rights.” State of Palestine: “We believe that Saudi Arabia places great importance on human rights. We welcome its efforts in promoting human rights, protecting development and ensuring accountability.” Yemen: “We commend the support provided [by Saudi Arabia] at all levels to the people of Yemen.” Bahrain: “We hail the positive steps taken[by Saudi Arabia] to protect human rights.” Jordan: “The Saudi government has made human rights one of its main priorities.” Malaysia: “The efforts [by Saudi Arabia] in advancing women’s rights are commendable.” Mauritania: “We applaud progress [by Saudi Arabia] in the fields of women’s rights, children’s rights, and rights of people with disabilities.” Nigeria: “We commend efforts [by Saudi Arabia] in combating human trafficking and to promote the rights of domestic service workers.” Eritrea: “We commend symbolic steps taken [by Saudi Arabia] to ensure equality.” Gabon: “We commend reforms [by Saudi Arabia] to promote the rights of women and bring about their empowerment.” Senegal: “We commend efforts [by Saudi Arabia] made to combat human trafficking.” China: “We commend Saudi Arabia for its adoption and implementation of the Saudi Vision 2030, as well as for its efforts in the …

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          Atlantis Found? Richat Structure Mauritania      Cache   Translate Page      
Good candidate? Take a look at what appears to be a man made structure. One of the walls appears to be about 250 feet in length. I've included some screen shots from google earth so you can find/see it directly yourself. There was another candidate in spain I believe. *Pictures can be enlarged by right clicking on them and opening in new tab. {{embed|t=93hpN_1541571436}} {{file|t=sbMpO_1541571988}} {{file|t=s4R6y_1541572013}} {{file|t=kVhM3_1541572038}} {{file|t=92F8P_1541572074}} {{file|t=uW4n4_1541572105}}
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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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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.
          Morocco- Experts: Security Council Resolution Frustrates Polisario's Plan      Cache   Translate Page      
(MENAFN - Morocco World News) #source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F%2F10000">Rabat ? The resolution called for Algeria, along with Mauritania, Morocco, and Polisario to 'work constructively' with the personal envoy for Wester...
          Manifiesto de la Cumbre Mundial de Madres de Migrantes Desaparecidos      Cache   Translate Page      

MANIFIESTO DE LAS MADRES AL MUNDO Red Mundial de Madres de Migrantes Desaparecidos La “Cumbre Mundial de Madres de Migrantes Desaparecidos“, conformada por madres y familiares de México, Guatemala, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Honduras, España, Italia, Argelia, Túnez, Senegal, Marruecos, Mauritania, y Estados Unidos y sus aliados, nos levantamos unidas en una sola voz para manifiestar […]

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          Christine Douglass-Williams, Jihad Watch: Saudi Arabia the worst country for atheists, followed by nine other Muslim countries      Cache   Translate Page      

https://www.jihadwatch.org/2018/11/saudi-arabia-the-worst-country-for-atheists-followed-by-nine-other-muslim-countries

Saudi Arabia the worst country for atheists, followed by nine other Muslim countries


The International Humanist and Ethical Union (IHEU) released “its seventh annual Freedom of Thought Report at the U.N. General Assembly in New York City.” It listed the 10 best and the 10 worst countries for atheists.
The US ranked among the best, while Muslim countries, and particularly Sharia states, were the worst. No surprise there.
Belgium, the Netherlands, and Taiwan shared the No. 1 spot in the Top 10 best countries for nonreligious people list, followed by France, Japan, Nauru, São Tomé and Príncipe, Norway, the United States, and Saint Kitts and Nevis. Saudi Arabia was identified as the worst country for atheists, followed by Iran, Afghanistan, Maldives, Pakistan, United Arab Emirates, Mauritania, Malaysia, Sudan, and Brunei.
The IHEU report was in effect, a test of the tolerance of the citizens of various countries worldwide. Let’s keep in mind, meanwhile, that fascists deem freedom of thought and freedom of speech to be threatening to their rule. As we hear tale-bearers in Western societies incessantly tout “diversity,” “multiculturalism,” “tolerance,” and wide-open immigration policies, one wonders if they themselves actually believe what they are saying, since they routinely embrace the worst elements of humanity — those who in fact flatly reject “diversity” and are defiantly intolerant. As a result, Western societies are in grave danger of losing their status as havens of tolerance, pluralism, and freedom, thanks to globalists who think that migrants from the most intolerant nations will magically integrate, give up their faith in the Sharia, and accept Judeo-Christian values as their new norm.
What was the purpose of the study? And what will Western policymakers and so-called human rights activists actually do about it, if anything? The results of this study will likely lead to nowhere. The willfully blind will continue to promote their fanciful utopian worldview and blame truth-tellers for trying to wake people up.
“Top 10 Best, Worst Countries for Atheists Ranked: USA Among Best, Islamic Regimes the Worst,” by Stoyan Zaimov, Christian Post, October 30, 2018:
A secular watchdog group has ranked the best and worst countries for atheists and non-religious people, finding the United States to be among the best, with Islamic regimes making up the worst.
The International Humanist and Ethical Union released on Monday its seventh annual Freedom of Thought Report at the U.N. General Assembly in New York City, which for the first time included national rankings.
“This is a world’s first. For the first time our report will show, with authority and accuracy, the discrimination faced by people around the world because of their nonreligious beliefs. This report paints a dark picture, with significant discrimination faced by our nonreligious friends and colleagues around the world,” said Andrew Copson, president of the IHEU.
“At a time of growing nationalism, we continue to see those who are brave enough to criticize and critique conservative religious leaders demonized as ‘unpatriotic’ and ‘subversive,'” he added.
The rankings included considerations such as the approach to religious freedom by governments, as well as educational, societal, and freedom of expression issues.
Belgium, the Netherlands, and Taiwan shared the No. 1 spot in the Top 10 best countries for nonreligious people list, followed by France, Japan, Nauru, São Tomé and Príncipe, Norway, the United States, and Saint Kitts and Nevis.
Saudi Arabia was identified as the worst country for atheists, followed by Iran, Afghanistan, Maldives, Pakistan, United Arab Emirates, Mauritania, Malaysia, Sudan, and Brunei.
“In the worst spot, Saudi Arabia comes into particular criticism for a 2014 law defining the ‘promotion of atheist thought in any form’ as terrorism, and for the prosecution of liberal activists and campaigners generally, including a death sentence handed down in 2017 for an alleged ‘apostate,’ Ahmad Al-Shamri, on the accusation of atheism,” IHEU noted….

Christine Douglass-Williams
Christine Douglass-Williams is a nine-time international award-winning broadcast journalist and author of the book The Challenge of Modernizing IslamShe is a former Director with the Canadian Race Relations Foundation, appointed by the Harper Conservative government, but terminated by the Trudeau government for her writings against political Islam on Jihad Watch. She was also an advisor to the Conservative Government’s Office of Religious Freedom, shut down by the Trudeau Liberal government.
To book Christine Douglass-Williams to speak, write to AntiJihad37@gmail.com.
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Before it’s too late for Western Europe and the United States, which gave birth to the traditions of freedom and equality of rights for all that shine today as lights in the entire world, this must be stopped. Therefore Jihad Watch seeks to bring public attention to:
  • The plight of the dhimmis, an immense but almost completely ignored ongoing scandal that continues in Muslim countries today;
  • The plight of women under Sharia provisions, similar to conditions imposed on dhimmis, in the denial of equal rights and dignity;
  • Slavery in Islamic lands, which continues today, justified by Sharia-‘s dhimmi codes;
  • The integral role of jihad and dhimmitude ideology in global terrorism today;
  • The license that academic and journalistic whitewashes of dhimmitude gives to radical jihadist enemies of human rights for all.
Jihad Watch fights to ensure that deeds done in the darkness for so long will not continue to be done. The light of world attention is anathema to the proponents of jihad and dhimmitude: we have seen in recent years that women sentenced to stoning for adultery, often victims of rape unjustly accused thanks to Sharia laws disallowing rape victims’ testimony, were freed following international outcry. Jihad Watch seeks to provoke similar, continuous and increasing outcry wherever and whenever the Sharia’s institutionalized injustices threaten dhimmis and women.

May the truth prevail.

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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.
          Siapa Saja Ulama-Ulama di Foto Ini?       Cache   Translate Page      
Yusuf Qardhawi - Habib Salim Segaf Al Jufri






Sebuah foto beredar cukup luas di media sosial dalam dua hari ini. Mulai dari Twitter, Facebook hingga grup-grup WhatsApp. Foto itu menarik karena ada sosok Syaikh Dr Yusuf Qardhawi dan Habib Dr Salim Segaf Al Jufri.

Syaikh Dr Yusuf Qardhawi merupakan ulama yang berpengaruh di dunia Islam saat ini. Ketua persatuan ulama internasional itu juga dikenal dengan karya tulisnya yang berbobot dan telah diterjemahkan dalam berbagai bahasa.

Habib Dr Salim Segaf Al Jufri adalah Ketua Majelis Syuro Partai Keadilan Sejahtera (PKS). Mantan Menteri Sosial itu sempat dicalonkan oleh Ijtima’ Ulama sebagai Cawapres.

Lalu siapakah ulama-ulama lainnya di foto tersebut?

Kieren Akbar menyebutkan nama para ulama di foto tersebut.





“(Ki:Ka) Dr. Habib Salim Segaf Al Jufri, syaikh Dr Isham Basyir, ‘Allamah Dr. Yusuf Al Qaradhawy, Syaikh Abdul Wahhab Ikinji, syaikh Dr Muhammad Hasan Dadou Asy Syinqithi, syaikh Dr. Muhammad Ash Shalabiy, syaikh Wanis Al Mabruk,” katanya melalui akun Twitter @kierenakbar, Senin (5/11/2018).



Dr. Habib Salim Segaf Al Jufri dari Indonesia, syaikh Dr Isham Basyir dari Sudan, ‘Allamah Dr. Yusuf Al Qaradhawy dari Mesir dan kini tinggal di Qatar, Syaikh Abdul Wahhab Ikinji dari Turki, syaikh Dr Muhammad Hasan Dadou Asy Syinqithi dari Mauritania, syaikh Dr. Muhammad Ash Shalabiy dari Libya, dan syaikh Wanis Al Mabruk juga dari Libya.

Foto itu diambil di sela-sela forum International Union of Muslim Scholars di Turki, Senin (5/11/2018). Habib Salim Segaf Al Jufri mendapatkan amanah sebagai Dewan Pengawas di organisasi yang dipimpin Syaikh Dr Yusuf Qardhawi itu. [Ibnu K/Tarbiyah]








          Conspiracy theorist claims the lost underwater city of Atlantis was in the SAHARA DESERT      Cache   Translate Page      
A CONSPIRACY theorist believes he has found the underwater city of Atlantis in the Sahara Desert  – one of the hottest and driest places on Earth. Vlogger Jimmy Bright say the ruins of the lost city could be found in Mauritania in north west Africa. In his YouTube clip he compares aerial pictures of the […]
          Conspiracy theorist claims the lost underwater city of Atlantis was in the SAHARA DESERT      Cache   Translate Page      
A CONSPIRACY theorist believes he has found the underwater city of Atlantis in the Sahara Desert  – one of the hottest and driest places on Earth. Vlogger Jimmy Bright say the ruins of the lost city could be found in Mauritania in north west Africa. In his YouTube clip he compares aerial pictures of the […]
          Deep-sea Ecosystems Off Mauritania: Research Of Marine Biodiversity And Habitats In The Northwest African Margin      Cache   Translate Page      
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          AFL-CIO and Anti-Slavery Activists Get Results on Mauritania      Cache   Translate Page      
AFL-CIO and Anti-Slavery Activists Get Results on Mauritania

On Friday, in response to a petition originally filed by the AFL-CIO in 2017, the U.S. government gave Mauritania an ultimatum: It must make sufficient progress toward protecting internationally recognized workers' rights, including combating the scourge of hereditary slavery, or face the loss of trade benefits under the African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA). Mauritania has until Jan. 1, 2019 to take action.  

Mauritania was the last country on Earth to prohibit slavery—in 1981. However, slavery persists. Since at least 2002, the International Labor Organization has tried—without success—to work cooperatively with the government of Mauritania to end the practice. That’s why the AFL-CIO’s petition and the corresponding U.S. government action are so important. The trade benefits that Mauritania stands to lose create an incentive for action.

While Mauritania prohibits slavery in law, it fails to take action to abolish the practice. To the contrary, human rights groups such as Human Rights Watch and Anti-Slavery International have documented harassment and jailing of anti-slavery activists. Mauritania has even charged some activists with blasphemy—a crime subject to the death penalty.  

Let’s be clear: Mauritania doesn’t simply allow “slavery-like” conditions. It allows chattel slavery, in which people are treated as personal property to be disposed of as owners please. Most slavery victims in Mauritania are ethnic Haratines, who are rented, loaned, given away and even passed along as inheritance. These enslaved people have no freedom and suffer serious physical abuse, including sexual abuse and rape. No country that knowingly allows such practices should receive benefits from the U.S. government.

The AFL-CIO is hopeful that this notice will be a wake-up call for the government of Mauritania to stop paying lip service to ending slavery and protecting workers, and to start enforcing anti-slavery laws, vigorously prosecuting slaveholders, and otherwise protecting fundamental labor and human rights for all its people. We also hope that other governments will follow the United States’ lead and put pressure on Mauritania to end slavery once and for all.

The AFL-CIO’s most recent petition on Mauritania can be found here.

More on the Department of Labor’s work in Mauritania can be found here.

Kenneth Quinnell Mon, 11/05/2018 - 14:05
          Cuando Canarias estuvo en la mirada del faraón Necao II      Cache   Translate Page      
El interés por las islas Canarias estuvo en la agenda del faraón Necao II por de la presencia cerca de Canarias del navegante cartaginés Hannon en el 460 A. d C. Herodoto menciona la presencia de barcos fenicios ordenados por Necao II (609–595 A. d.C.) en su interés por dominar las rutas marítimas con África. Pedro Rodríguez de Campomanes editó en Madrid en 1756 «Antigüedad marítima de la República de Cartago» con el Periplo del almirante Hannon, traducido del griego. El texto original «Codex Heidelbergensis», que se conoce de forma habitual como «Palatinus Graecus», se descubrió a principios del Siglo XVI y se guarda en el Museo Vaticano. En la Bibioteca Nacional de París se conserva la parte principal del texto Hannon donde se menciona las incursiones en la costa atlántica. Mencey de Tenerife Para comprender la existencia de vinculaciones entre Canarias y esa zona del norte del Mediterráneo un detalle: máxima autoridad religiosa de los antiguos canarios recibía el nombre de «Ach-aman» y, en aquel periodo, la púnicoegipcia era «Ammon». De acuerdo con los datos del investigador Joaquín Caridad Arias el nombre canario que recibía el rey en Tenerife, Mencey, es un un derivado púnico Melkart Arias afirma que la palabra Macaronesia, que es el entorno geográfico que une a Azores, Madeira, Canarias y Cabo Verde, tiene su origen en el dios tirio «Melkart» o «Melkart-Baal», traducido como «Makar» y «Macario». Está «ligado al nombre de la Macaronesia fue una divinidad llevada por este pueblo de navegantes a todo el Mediterráneo y aún más allá, como lo prueba el propio nombre geográfico dado a las islas atlánticas», afirma el historiador. Semántica «Cada pueblo interpretaba los nombres procedentes de otras culturas y lenguas con arreglo a su propio léxico, buscando la palabra más cercana y que a la vez guardase alguna relación semántica con la original, por su aspecto, función, cualidades», afirma. El extraordinario viaje que ordenó Necao II pudo llegar hasta el golfo de Guinea. De ese periodo correspondería otras zonas de la costa occidental africana hasta el antiguo Sáhara, frente a Canarias. En esa expedición participó 30.000 cartagineses y norteafricanos. En Cabo Bojador, frente a Canarias, se pudo fundar alguna determinada colonia. Al frente del operativo que partió de Cartago estaba Hannón que decribió haber visto «arroyos de turbulentas aguas se vertían ruidosamente en el mar. A causa del calor sofocante no podíamos desembarcar». Monedas en Fuerteventura Joaquín Caridad Arias recuerda que que se encontrasen en las islas monedas cartaginesas y cirenaicas de principios del siglo 4 a. C. descubiertas en el fondo del mar en La Bocaina, isla de La Graciosa, y en la Caleta de Fuste, en Fuerteventura. «Tanto en esta isla como en Lanzarote existen grabados naviformes que han sido catalogados como de tipo fenicio y cartaginés. Otro posible barco aparece entre las insculturas del Barranco de Balos, en Gran Canaria», apunta. Juba Enrique Gozalbes Cravioto, fallecido en julio de 2018 y que era profesor titular de la Facultad de Humanidades de Cuenca, Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha, sostenía que «el conocimiento y la utilización del texto del Periplo de Hannon por parte del rey Juba II de Mauritania». Para Gozalbes, Augusto entronizó a Juba, hijo del último rey de Numidia, «formado en Roma, repleto de cultura helenística». Juba «fue un gran escritor, en relación con su tiempo, y precisamente en las dos primeras décadas de su largo reinado realizó toda una serie de exploraciones geográficas en los confines meridionales de su reino, en especial en las costas de la Getulia, en el Atlas, e incluso en las islas Canarias». Agrega en un estudio publicado en el Anuario de Estudios Atlánticos que «el rey se documentó con anterioridad a efectuar estas actividades y así sabemos que conoció el texto original del Periplo». «Es muy probable que el interés directo de Juba estuviera dirigido al relato de la exploración de islas y, de hecho, sabemos que él mismo efectuó la exploración de las islas Canarias», apostilla.
          11/7/2018: BUSINESS: Mauritania, US in spat over ‘slavery’ charge      Cache   Translate Page      
MAURITANIA reacted furiously on Monday after the US pulled its status as a preferential trade partner, accusing the West African state of tolerating forced labour and hereditary slavery. The decision, made by Washington last Friday, will terminate...
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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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