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          Qatar’s Fund Pays $4.2B To Become Rosneft’s Third-Largest Shareholder      Cache   Translate Page      
Qatar Investment Authority will pay some US$4.2 billion (3.7 billion euro) for a 14.16-percent stake in Russia’s biggest oil producer Rosneft, thus becoming the third-largest single shareholder after the Kremlin and BP, the Russian company said on Tuesday. The deal with the sovereign wealth fund of Qatar is the final episode of a saga in which a little-known Chinese company until that point, CEFC China, said in September last year that it had agreed with a consortium of Glencore and Qatar Investment Authority (QIA) the terms of sale of the…
          NATO chief says chances for peace in Afghanistan 'greater now'       Cache   Translate Page      

NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg said Tuesday Afghanistan's chances for peace were “greater now” than in many years, even as the Taliban step up attacks on Afghan forces, which are suffering record high casualties.

Stoltenberg's remarks in Kabul came hours after the Taliban stormed a remote army post in the country's west, which local officials said had killed at least 20 soldiers.

Read: Taliban confirm delegation to attend Moscow peace talks

Another 20 troops were missing after the overnight raid in Farah province's Pusht Koh district, provincial council member Dadullah Qaneh told AFP, as Afghan forces struggle to beat back the insurgents across the country.

The Taliban claimed responsibility for the attack, saying more than 20 soldiers were killed and five captured.

Despite the escalating violence, Stoltenberg struck a relatively optimistic tone during his unannounced visit to the Afghan capital.

“The potential for peace is greater now than it has been in many years,” the NATO secretary general told a joint news conference with Afghan President Ashraf Ghani.

But he acknowledged “the situation remains serious”.

“The Taliban must understand that continuing the fight is pointless and counterproductive,” he said. “We need an Afghan-owned and led peace process. And it must be inclusive.”

Ghani thanked the alliance for its support of Afghan troops, which have been “bearing the burden” of the conflict since the withdrawal of US-led NATO combat soldiers at the end of 2014.

NATO's Resolute Support mission in Afghanistan is to train and assist local forces. It has around 16,000 troops in the country, the majority of them American.

Stoltenberg's visit comes after a spate of insider attacks by Afghan soldiers that have killed or wounded several NATO servicemen.

Weak security

The Taliban has been ratcheting up pressure on Afghan police and soldiers this year, even as it shows a tentative willingness to hold bilateral talks with the United States in Qatar.

A recent US government watchdog report said Kabul's control of Afghanistan had slipped in recent months as local forces made little or no progress against the Taliban.

The US Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction (SIGAR) cited Resolute Support as saying this summer's casualty toll for Afghan forces has been worse than ever.

“From the period of May 1 to the most current data as of October 1, 2018, the average number of casualties the (Afghan forces) suffered is the greatest it has ever been during like periods,” Resolute Support said, according to SIGAR.

Underscoring the security weaknesses, powerful police chief General Abdul Raziq was among three people killed in a brazen insider attack on a high-level security meeting last month in Kandahar that was claimed by the Taliban.

Stoltenberg's visit comes ahead of an international gathering in Moscow on November 9 that aims to kickstart peace talks between Kabul and the Taliban.

The Taliban confirmed Tuesday they would send “high-ranking” representatives to the event. There are concerns the Russian meeting, which an Afghan delegation has agreed to attend, could derail recent efforts by US peace envoy Zalmay Khalilzad to get the militants to agree to end the war.


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          Ligue des champions: PSG à l'assaut de Naples pour repousser un fiasco continental      Cache   Translate Page      
Une défaite au pied du Vésuve plongerait Paris dans la crise: le PSG doit s'imposer à Naples mardi (21H00/20H00 GMT) pour repousser le spectre d'une élimination dès les poules de C1 qui serait inédite pour les propriétaires qataris, bousculés par les révélations des "Football Leaks". Seulement troisième avec 4 points d'un "groupe de la mort" dominé par Liverpool (6 points) et le Napoli (5 pts), le club français dispute un match crucial en Italie, le centième de son histoire en Ligue des champions. Mais pour l'entraîneur Thomas Tuchel il faut garder la tête froide à l'heure d'affronter, dans le bouillant San Paolo, des Napolitains "très disciplinés en défense" et "dangereux en attaque avec leurs qualités individuelles".
          US$1 Billion To Transform Health And Nutrition Of World’s Poorest Women, Children And Adolescents      Cache   Translate Page      
Ten new investors mdash;Burkina Faso, C ocirc;te d 39;Ivoire, Denmark, the European Commission, Germany, Japan, Laerdal Global Health, the Netherlands, Qatar and an anonymous donor mdash;have joined since the launch of the Global Financing Facility replenishment. They join existing funders the Bill Melinda Gates Foundation, Can ...
          beIN Sports está de aniversario: quince años      Cache   Translate Page      

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El primero de noviembre de 2003 arrancaba las emisiones Al Jazeera Sports, la cadena de Qatar que posteriormente seria rebautizada como beIN Sport en 2013. Más tarde se le añadiría la “s” a Sport pasando ( leer más ...)

Esta noticia de beIN Sports está de aniversario: quince años ha aparecido primero en SatCesc.com


          Haji Jabir presenta a Forlì in prima nazionale "Fuga dalla piccola Roma"      Cache   Translate Page      
09/11/2018 - Venerdì 9 novembre alle 17,all'Auditorium Cariromagna di Forlì Il quarto appuntamento del 2018 della XXIV edizione della rassegna "Incontri con l'Autore", promossa dalla Fondazione Cassa dei Risparmi di Forlì presso l'Auditorium Cariromagna, sarà con uno degli intellettuali più importanti della diaspora eritrea nel mondo arabo ovvero Haji Jabir. Scrittore e giornalista, è stato per anni corrispondente per la TV tedesca Deutsche Welle in Arabia Saudita per poi trasferirsi a Doha, in Qatar, dove lavora come giornalista per Al Jazira TV. Fin dal primo suo primo romanzo, vincitore nel 2012 dello Sharjah Prize per la creatività, si è proposto di indagare la sofferenza della diaspora, il dramma di chi non è riuscito né a tornare in patria né a trovare stabilità emotiva nei paesi di arrivo. Jabir non tratta nei suoi romanzi il tema tradizionale del colonialismo, né fa cenno a oscuri complotti o colpe dell'Occidente, nonostante tratti a fondo la questione della migrazione e del traffico di esseri umani, ma affronta la vicenda eritrea dall’interno. L’intenzione di Jabir è infatti quella di mostrare realisticamente la vita vissuta dagli eritrei sia dentro che fuori il loro paese, e per farlo utilizza in "Fuga dalla piccola Roma", pubblicato per la prima volta in Italia a cura di Gassid Mohammed, professore di lingua araba presso la sede forlivese dell'Università di Bologna, lo stratagemma della ricerca della donna amata per far attraversare al protagonista l'infermo della dittatura interna al paese e dei campi profughi esterni al confine eritreo. L'attualità del tema trova poi ulteriori motivi di interesse - oltre che nella qualità letteraria della scrittura - nei rimandi storici (l'Eritrea è stata colonia italiana fino al 1941) ed in quelli letterari (in particolar modo a Fenoglio e Levi). L'incontro, ad ingresso libero e con omaggio a tutti gli intervenuti di copia del volume presentato, è fissato per venerdì 9 novembre alle 17 presso l'Auditorium forlivese di via Flavio Biondo 16. https://www.facebook.com/events/259593658010108/
          11/7/2018: MONDE: Selon l’émir du Qatar, la crise du Golfe pourrait laisser des « traces durables »      Cache   Translate Page      

L’émir du Qatar a demandé mardi aux autres Etats du Golfe de respecter la « souveraineté » de son pays et averti que les crises politiques régionales laissent des « traces durables ». Depuis dix-sept mois, un grave différend oppose le Qatar à l’Arabie...
          Interesting Recent Links - Toledot 5779 - Day 2      Cache   Translate Page      
These are the interesting links from the past 24 hours:
Geula-Related
Going Home ... To Yerushalayim by Neshama
The Shofar of Redemption by Rav Kook zt”l



Security Incidents
Yeshiva World News by Spira
Attempted Stabbing Attack at the Entrance to Kiryat Arba
כיכר השבת על ידי כיכר השבת
ניסיון דקירה בצומת אליאס: המחבל חוסל
Yeshiva World News by Spira
Police Neutralize 3 IEDs In An Orchard In Druze Village
כיכר השבת על ידי דניאל הרץ
התעללות ביהודים: 20 חודשי מאסר לערבי ש"איסלם" בחורי ישיבה
Matzav.com - The Online Voice of Torah Jewry by editor
HATE IN LONG BEACH: Yeshiva Bochurim Shot at With BB Gun



Iran
Algemeiner.com by JNS.org
In Aftermath of Assassination Plot, Denmark Calls for New Sanctions on Iran
Algemeiner.com by Reuters and Algemeiner Staff
Iran Vows to Defy ‘Bullying’ as US Triggers More Sanctions
Matzav.com - The Online Voice of Torah Jewry by editor
Notorious Antisemite Louis Farrakhan Leads ‘Death to America’ Chant on Solidarity Trip to Iran
Hamodia by Hamodia
Netanyahu: Trump Made Courageous Decision on U.S. Sanctions on Iran
Hamodia by Hamodia
Iran Blames Denmark Plot on Alleged Israeli Conspiracy
Matzav.com - The Online Voice of Torah Jewry by editor
Iran’s Khamenei Says the World Opposes Trump as Oil Sanctions Loom
Hamodia by Hamodia
Iran President Warns of ‘War Situation’ as Sanctions Resume
כיכר השבת על ידי דניאל הרץ
לחץ אמריקני: טראמפ מחזיר את הסנקציות על איראן
Daily Wire by Frank Camp
WATCH: Fox News’ Chris Wallace Grills Secretary Of State Pompeo On Iran Sanctions ‘Exemptions’
Hamodia by Hamodia
Pompeo Said He Expects Sanctions Will Change Iranian Government’s Behavior
Matzav.com - The Online Voice of Torah Jewry by editor
Iranians Chant ‘Death to America’ Ahead Of US Sanctions
Algemeiner.com by Reuters and Algemeiner Staff
Guards Chief Says Iran Will Resist, Defeat US Sanctions
Algemeiner.com by Benjamin Kerstein
Report: Notorious Antisemite Louis Farrakhan Leads ‘Death to America’ Chant on Solidarity Trip to Iran
Yeshiva World News by Yekusiel
Netanyahu Praises Restoration Of US Sanctions On Iran
Algemeiner.com by Reuters and Algemeiner Staff
Iranian Marchers Chant ‘Death to America’ on Eve of US Oil Sanctions
Yeshiva World News by Yekusiel
Khamenei: Iran ‘Victorious’ After Years Of US Confrontation
Algemeiner.com by Joel Sonkin
What Will New Sanctions Mean for Iran?
Matzav.com - The Online Voice of Torah Jewry by editor
Trump: US Open To New Iran Deal
Matzav.com - The Online Voice of Torah Jewry by editor
Despite New Round of Iran Sanctions, Trump Assures ‘Enough Oil’ for World Use



Asian-Australian Terrorism and Anti-Semitism
Daily Wire by Hank Berrien
WATCH: STILL NOT SORRY: Sinema Doesn't Regret Her Taliban Remark
Yeshiva World News by Yekusiel
Pompeo Seems Unfazed By NKorean Nuclear Development Threat [VIDEO]
Hamodia by Hamodia
Thousands Mourn Pakistani Cleric Known as Father of Taliban
Hamodia by Hamodia
Mayor of Utah City in National Guard Killed in ‘Insider Attack’ in Afghanistan
Matzav.com - The Online Voice of Torah Jewry by editor
Watch: Mordechai and Rikal Kaler Share Their Incredible Story
Yeshiva World News by Yekusiel
Officials: Utah National Guard Member Killed in “Insider Attack” in Afghanistan



European Terrorism and Anti-Semitism
Algemeiner.com by EJP / JNS.org
Netanyahu Asks Romania to Help ‘Significantly’ Change the EU’s Position on Israel
Algemeiner.com by Elder of Ziyon
Swedish Priest Lists Dead Hamas Terrorists with Pittsburgh Victims: ‘Pittsburgh and Gaza in Our Hearts’
Algemeiner.com by JNS.org
In Aftermath of Assassination Plot, Denmark Calls for New Sanctions on Iran
Hamodia by Hamodia
Iran Blames Denmark Plot on Alleged Israeli Conspiracy
Matzav.com - The Online Voice of Torah Jewry by editor
Israeli PM Netanyahu Asks Romania To Help ‘Significantly’ Change The EU’s Position On Israel
Matzav.com - The Online Voice of Torah Jewry by editor
Report: Adolf Eichmann’s Sons Established A Nazi Cell In Argentina
כיכר השבת על ידי יוחנן בלייך
פרסום ראשון: וונדליזם במוסדות באומן: בית הספר נפרץ וציוד נגנב - שוב



Mideast Terrorism and Anti-Semitism
Algemeiner.com by Elder of Ziyon
Swedish Priest Lists Dead Hamas Terrorists with Pittsburgh Victims: ‘Pittsburgh and Gaza in Our Hearts’
Matzav.com - The Online Voice of Torah Jewry by editor
Netanyahu Okays ‘Death Penalty For Terrorists’ Bill
Algemeiner.com by Stephen M. Flatow / JNS.org
The Palestinian Response to Pittsburgh: a Contrast in Societies
Hamodia by Yoni Weiss
Terrorist Shot, Neutralized, During Attempted Stabbing Near Kiryat Arba
Hamodia by Dov Benovadia
Trial of Leftist Who Informed to PA on Land Sales to Jews Underway
Yeshiva World News by Spira
Attempted Stabbing Attack at the Entrance to Kiryat Arba
כיכר השבת על ידי כיכר השבת
ניסיון דקירה בצומת אליאס: המחבל חוסל
Hamodia by Dov Benovadia
Vehicle That Jumped Army Checkpoint Found
כיכר השבת על ידי כיכר השבת
ביקור באוגדת יהודה ושומרון: ריבלין: "אנחנו בתקופה רגישה ונפיצה מאוד בזירה הפלסטינית"
Matzav.com - The Online Voice of Torah Jewry by editor
Israel Raids Palestinian Authority’s Yerushalayim Offices
Daily Wire by Ryan Saavedra
Qatar Likely Hacked American Rabbi, Others With Ties To GOP Donor Sheldon Adelson, Report Suggests
Yeshiva World News by Spira
Police Neutralize 3 IEDs In An Orchard In Druze Village
Hamodia by Hamodia Staff
Barkan Terrorist Still at Large
Algemeiner.com by Reuters and Algemeiner Staff
Egypt Says 19 Militants Killed in Security Operation After Attack on Christians
כיכר השבת על ידי דניאל הרץ
התעללות ביהודים: 20 חודשי מאסר לערבי ש"איסלם" בחורי ישיבה
Hamodia by Hamodia Staff
Security Forces Raid Palestinian Offices
Matzav.com - The Online Voice of Torah Jewry by editor
Abbas and al-Sisi Meet as Reports Emerge of Israel-Hamas Ceasefire Agreement
Algemeiner.com by Yoni Ben Menachem / JNS.org
The PA Is Persecuting Palestinians Who Sell Houses to Jews
Hamodia by Hamodia
19 Egyptian Terrorists Killed in Security Operation After Attack on Christians
Hamodia by Dov Benovadia
Gaza Border Teens March to Knesset, Demanding ‘Normal Childhood’



North American Terrorism and Anti-Semitism
Algemeiner.com by Steven Emerson
Are US Senators and Representatives Willfully Blind to CAIR’s Anti-Israel Agenda?
Algemeiner.com by JNS.org
Brandeis Center Launches Initiative to Train Law Students to Fight Antisemitism
Algemeiner.com by Elder of Ziyon
Swedish Priest Lists Dead Hamas Terrorists with Pittsburgh Victims: ‘Pittsburgh and Gaza in Our Hearts’
Yeshiva World News by Y.W. Editor
HATE IN MONTREAL: Threatening Graffiti Found On Belz High School Building [PHOTOS]
Matzav.com - The Online Voice of Torah Jewry by editor
Pittsburgh Steelers Quarterback Wears Star of David Cleats to Honor Tree of Life Victims
Algemeiner.com by Stephen M. Flatow / JNS.org
The Palestinian Response to Pittsburgh: a Contrast in Societies
Matzav.com - The Online Voice of Torah Jewry by editor
Notorious Antisemite Louis Farrakhan Leads ‘Death to America’ Chant on Solidarity Trip to Iran
Yeshiva World News by Yekusiel
Synagogue Shooting Worst Of Many Hateful Attacks In October
כיכר השבת על ידי יוחנן בלייך
נפתחה חקירה: תקפו ילדים חרדים ויידו צינור ברזל לתוך בית הכנסת • צפו
Matzav.com - The Online Voice of Torah Jewry by editor
Florida: Halloween Nazi Death Camp Theme Angers Neighbors
Matzav.com - The Online Voice of Torah Jewry by editor
Several US Synagogues Vandalized After Deadly Pittsburgh Massacre
Hamodia by Hamodia Staff
Pole Thrown Through Window of Williamsburg Shul on Shabbos
Yeshiva World News by Y.W. Editor
Pittsburgh Kollel Organizes Learning In Memory Of Pittsburgh Massacre Victims
Algemeiner.com by Benjamin Kerstein
Jewish Nurse Who Treated Pittsburgh Shooter Is Son of Rabbi, Experienced Antisemitic Bullying as a Child
Algemeiner.com by Benjamin Kerstein
Pittsburgh Steelers Quarterback Wears Star of David Cleats to Honor Tree of Life Victims
Hamodia by Yochonon Donn
Democratic Activist Arrested for Anti-Semitic Graffiti, Arson
Matzav.com - The Online Voice of Torah Jewry by editor
Jewish Nurse Who Treated Pittsburgh Shooter Speaks Out
Matzav.com - The Online Voice of Torah Jewry by editor
Watch: NBC Closes The Nightly News With The Kaddish
Yeshiva World News by ZalmyX
Memorial For Pittsburgh Victims at Great Synagogue of Paris; Attended By Hundreds [VIDEO & PHOTOS]
Matzav.com - The Online Voice of Torah Jewry by editor
NYC Synagogue Vandalism Suspect Is Former City Hall Anti-Hate Crime Intern



South American Terrorism and Anti-Semitism
Hamodia by Yoni Weiss
Terrorist Shot, Neutralized, During Attempted Stabbing Near Kiryat Arba
Matzav.com - The Online Voice of Torah Jewry by editor
Report: Adolf Eichmann’s Sons Established A Nazi Cell In Argentina



Prayers for Those in Need
כי לה' המלוכה על ידי בחגוי הסלע
פיקוח נפש- מחלת החצבת – “לא תעמוד על דם רעך”
Matzav.com - The Online Voice of Torah Jewry by editor
Israel: Vaccination Campaign Launched In Orthodox Neighborhoods Amid Worst Measles Outbreak In Decades
Hamodia by Dror Halavy
Hospitals May Ban Visitors Without Measles Vaccination
Yeshiva World News by Spira
Suspect In Custody In The Stabbing Of A Ramat Gan Bus Driver
Matzav.com - The Online Voice of Torah Jewry by editor
A Message From Hatzolah Regarding The Measles Outbreak
Yeshiva World News by Poch854
Yeshiva Bochur Injured in Fall in Yeshiva
Matzav.com - The Online Voice of Torah Jewry by editor
Bus Driver Stabbed In Central Israel Over Traffic Dispute
Yeshiva World News by ZalmyX
LEV TAHOR HORROR: Tales of Beatings and Torture Emerge From Excommunicated Cult Members
כיכר השבת על ידי דניאל הרץ
שני הרוגים בפיצוץ שאירע ברכב בתל אביב
Hamodia by Hamodia Staff
Measles in Ashdod School
כיכר השבת על ידי דניאל הרץ
חבלות קשות: נער נפל מגג בישיבה בעפולה ונפצע בינוני
Yeshiva World News by Spira
ANOTHER Major MVA On Israel’s Route 90 – This Time Involving Berland Motorcade [VIDEO & PHOTOS]
כיכר השבת על ידי כיכר השבת
שורת צעדים: במשרד הבריאות יוצאים למלחמה ב'חצבת'
כיכר השבת על ידי דניאל הרץ
התעללות ביהודים: 20 חודשי מאסר לערבי ש"איסלם" בחורי ישיבה
Life in Israel by Rafi G.
Proposed Law: Vaccination Sanctions
כיכר השבת על ידי קובי רוזן
כביש הדמים: תאונה בשיירה של הרב אליעזר ברלנד: חמשה נפגעים



Deaths
כיכר השבת על ידי שאול כהנא
צפו בתיעוד: בהיכל הישיבה ספדו למשגיח הגר"י ישראלי זצ"ל
Hamodia by Hamodia Staff
Harav Eliyahu Shmuel Schmerler, Zt”l
Yeshiva World News by Y.W. Editor
Pittsburgh Kollel Organizes Learning In Memory Of Pittsburgh Massacre Victims
Yeshiva World News by Poch854
2 Killed in Tel Aviv Car Explosion [VIDEO & PHOTOS]
כיכר השבת על ידי דניאל הרץ
שני הרוגים בפיצוץ שאירע ברכב בתל אביב
Yeshiva World News by Spira
Petira of R’ Mordechai HaCohen Wallach Z”L, Senior Vishnitzer Chosid in Eretz Yisrael
Yeshiva World News by Spira
Beit Shemesh: Chareidi Infant Transported In Critical Condition, Is Niftar At Hospital
Hamodia by Hamodia Staff
Barkan Terrorist Still at Large
כיכר השבת על ידי אלי רוטמן
האסון בבית שמש: נחנקה למוות: הפעוטה שיחקה עם אחיה בפקק של תכשיר קוסמטי ובלעה אותו
Matzav.com - The Online Voice of Torah Jewry by editor
Rebbetzin Rochel Mayer a”h
כיכר השבת על ידי ישי כהן
הברכה והעקיצה: תיעוד: ראש הממשלה מנחם את משפחת אזולאי



Great Rabbis
כיכר השבת על ידי שאול כהנא
צפו בתיעוד: בהיכל הישיבה ספדו למשגיח הגר"י ישראלי זצ"ל
Hamodia by Hamodia Staff
Harav Eliyahu Shmuel Schmerler, Zt”l
Matzav.com - The Online Voice of Torah Jewry by editor
Watch: Giuliani At The Lubavitcher Rebbe’s Ohel
Yeshiva World News by Spira
Simcha In The Mir: HaGaon HaRav Binyamin ‘HaTzadik’ Finkel Is Engaged
Matzav.com - The Online Voice of Torah Jewry by editor
Mazel Tov! R’ Binyomin Finkel From Mir Yeshiva Gets Engaged
כיכר השבת על ידי אבי רבינא
ההתלבטות בשיאה: אחרי הניצחון: ח"כי 'דגל התורה' נכנסו לבתי גדולי ישראל
כיכר השבת על ידי כיכר השבת
גלריה נרחבת: צפו: סיכום מסעו של האדמו"ר מוויז'ניץ לווינה
Life in Israel by Rafi G.
Interesting Psak: women at funerals
כיכר השבת על ידי אבי רבינא
לאחר אלמנות קצרה: שמחה בישיבת מיר: הגאון רבי בנימין פינקל התארס
Yeshiva World News by Yekusiel
PHOTOS: Photos From The Chabad Shluchim Visit To The Ohel (Photos by Shimi Kutner)



Miracles
Hamodia by Yoni Weiss
Terrorist Shot, Neutralized, During Attempted Stabbing Near Kiryat Arba
Yeshiva World News by Spira
Attempted Stabbing Attack at the Entrance to Kiryat Arba
כיכר השבת על ידי כיכר השבת
ניסיון דקירה בצומת אליאס: המחבל חוסל
Matzav.com - The Online Voice of Torah Jewry by editor
HATE IN LONG BEACH: Yeshiva Bochurim Shot at With BB Gun
Matzav.com - The Online Voic by editor
Watch: Mordechai and Rikal Kaler Share Their Incredible Story



Judaism
כיכר השבת על ידי ישי כהן
הפוליטיקאי האנטי-חרדי: ראש העיר טבריה רון קובי: "באתי לעשות פוליטיקה חדשה"
Yeshiva World News by Spira
A More Chareidi Friendly Version Of The Draft Law Seems To Be Advancing In Knesset
Yeshiva World News by Spira
SELF-HATING JEW: Tiveria Mayor Says Chareidim Mustn’t Be Permitted To Reach 30 Percent Of The City
כיכר השבת על ידי ישי כהן
הפוליטיקאי האנטי-חרדי בראיון: ראש העיר טבריה רון קובי: "באתי לעשות פוליטיקה חדשה"
Yeshiva World News by Spira
Above Ground Chilul Shabbos On Bnei Brak Section Of Light Rail
Hamodia by Hamodia
Chabad Kinus Hashluchim in Crown Heights
Matzav.com - The Online Voice of Torah Jewry by editor
Watch: Private Jet Takes Off To Chabad’s Kinnus Shiluchim
Life in Israel by Rafi G.
Interesting Psak: missing words from kesuba
Matzav.com - The Online Voice of Torah Jewry by editor
Full Video, Photos: Chabad Shluchim From Around The World Take Their Annual Group Photo in Crown Heights Ahead of 2018 Kinnus Hashluchim
Hamodia by Yoni Weiss
Teveria Mayor Comments Against Chareidi Community Sparks Uproar
Life in Israel by Rafi G.
Interesting Psak: women at funerals
Yeshiva World News by Y.W. Editor
FULL PHOTO ESSAY: Thousands of Chabad Shluchim Pose For Annual ‘Class Picture’ This Morning Outside 770
כיכר השבת על ידי כיכר השבת
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          PSG – Al-Khelaïfi : « on perd deux points sur deux erreurs d’arbitrage »      Cache   Translate Page      
Accroché par le Napoli (1-1), le Paris Saint-Germain repart de Naples avec un bon point. Pourtant, pour le Président du PSG Nasser Al-Khelaïfi, ce nul est amer, la faute à deux erreurs d’arbitrage. Le Qatari pointe de doigt le hors-jeu de Callejon amenant le pénalty napolitain et le coup de sifflet oublié de l’arbitre sur […]
          Qatargas’ Jetty Boil-Off Gas Recovery Facility wins Sustainability Award      Cache   Translate Page      

Qatargas’ Jetty Boil-Off Gas (JBOG) Recovery Facility has been awarded a Qatar Sustainability Award during the Qatar Sustainability Week 2018. The prestigious accolade was awarded to Qatargas by the Qatar Green Building Council, a member of Qatar Foundation at a gala dinner held in honour of individuals, institutions and organisations who have positively impacted society with world-class sustainable initiatives.

The Qatar Sustainability Awards recognise the efforts, commitment and contributions of individuals, institutions and organisations in furthering sustainable development and environmental protection in Qatar and beyond. The awards are supported by the Abdullah bin Hamad Al-Attiyah International Foundation for Energy and Sustainable Development. Built and operated by Qatargas, the JBOG Recovery facility minimises flaring at the Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) loading berths in Ras Laffan City. This facility commenced operations in October 2014 and recovers more than 90% of the boil-off gas that was previously flared near the jetties. The JBOG collects the boil-off gas and transports it to a central compressor prior to returning it to the LNG plants where it is used as fuel gas, or converted back into LNG.

The facility reduces jetty flaring by approximately 90% and CO2 emissions by approximately 1.6 million tonnes per annum. The reduction in CO2 emissions is equivalent to the emissions of 175,000 cars. As a result, the JBOG facility supports the environmental protection and sustainability targets of the Qatar National Vision (QNV) 2030, and supports the State of Qatar’s commitment to reduce climate changing carbon emissions.

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          Hundreds of sports enthusiasts rush to register for the 7th edition of Aspire Torch Staircase Run      Cache   Translate Page      

Registration places are filling up fast for the seventh annual Aspire Torch Staircase Run (ATSR 2018) scheduled to take place on the 10th November 2018, from 1:00pm-6:00pm, at The Torch hotel in Doha’s Aspire Zone.

Sponsored by Saleh Al Hamad Al Mana Co. Nissan and De Boer, the 2018 edition of the ATSR will offer sports enthusiasts a fantastic and unique endurance challenge, with runners having to climb more than 1,300 steps to make it to the 51st floor of the famous 300m tower. Top three who finish the race in the shortest time will receive some great prizes as well as be able to take in the spectacular views of Aspire Zone and Doha.

Registration for this year’s race is open for participants eight years of age and older and will feature four categories in different age groups. The first category to compete will be the Junior (8-11 years), followed by the U-15 (12-14 years), followed by the U-18 (15-17 years), and finally by the Senior (18+ years). In addition, ten employees from Aspire Zone Foundation (AZF) have teamed up to take part in ATSR 2018 competition and will compete together with corporate teams from General Directorate of Civil Defence, Qatargas, Qatar Petroleum, and Qatar Civil Aviation Authority.

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Alanoud Almesnad, a member of the tournament’s organising committee, said: “I’m thrilled to say that over 200 participants have already registered for the Aspire Torch Staircase Run 2018. The unified overarching goal of all our activities and events at Aspire Zone Foundation is to encourage all members of the community to adopt a healthy lifestyle and partake in activities like the Torch Staircase Run, which contributes towards having a healthy and active community. This event gets bigger and better every year and we’re all very excited to see what this year’s winning time and what the final number of participants will be.”

Almesnad added: “The Aspire Torch Staircase Run offers something for everyone, whether participating in the event itself or just coming to cheer on a friend member or family who’s taken up the 1,300-stair challenge. Aspire Zone Foundation hosts hundreds of sporting events for the local communities in Qatar each year but the Torch Staircase Run is definitely one of our most unique and one of the most fun. Good luck to all the participants.”

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This year AZF will allocate a dedicated area for all family members to enjoy the 2018 edition of the event. The ATSR 2018 Fun Zone will comprise of food and beverage outlets, taekwondo and kickboxing shows, fitness demonstrations, and toy horse rides for children. Previous editions of the run generated unprecedented success on par with international tower-running competitions, including Empire State Building Run-Up in New York, USA, and Berlin Sky Tower in Germany. Over the past editions, ATSR attracted more than 900 participants from both local and expat communities alongside other tower runners from all over the world. In 2015, ATSR was awarded an official Grand Prix status as one of the top international tower running competitions.

Interested community members can visit www.lifeinaspire.qa to register and find out more information about taking part in the run.

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          Is The Anti-Iran Front Still Viable?      Cache   Translate Page      

Israel’s current preoccupation with Hamas in the Gaza Strip, and the Jamal Khashoggi murder in Istanbul, have diverted attention from the nefarious activities carried out by the Islamic Republic of Iran throughout the Middle East, and particularly in Syria.  For now, the above developments have put on hold the anti-Iran alliance the Trump administration has been pressing for last month, and has given the Iranian regime a respite.  The downing of the Russian spy plane over Syria by the Assad regime, which was initially blamed on Israel, has impacted somehow on the previous understanding between Israel and Putin’s Russia.  In the meantime, Russia has supplied the Assad regime with the S-300 Missile defense system. Israel has significantly reduced its operations in Syria, which enabled Iran to increase its activities inside Syria, and foment trouble in Gaza.

The recently imposed U.S. sanctions against Iran have had a deleterious impact on the Iranian economy.  It has placed the regime of the Ayatollahs in a defensive mode.  A second wave of U.S. sanctions commenced on November 5th, 2018, targeting Iran’s energy, shipping, and shipbuilding sectors, as well as transactions with the Central Bank of Iran.  The aim of this set of sanctions is to deprive the Iranian regime of funds to advance their nuclear program, and the development of ballistic missiles.  The Iranian people, in an unprecedented wave of protests that spread throughout Iran’s major cities, and in spite of severe consequences, demanded that the regime invest in Iran, and the Iranian people.  The protesters charged the regime with enabling the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) to waste the nation’s oil revenue and the $150 billion it received as a “bonus” from the Obama administration (for agreeing to sign the nuclear deal, also known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action) on imperial schemes.  They have argued that the money should be invested at home instead of spending it in Syria, Iraq, Lebanon, and Yemen.

The Saudi-Qatari rift has also hampered the creation of a unified anti-Iranian bloc.  It has weakened the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC).  The Qataris are now allied with Turkey.  Ankara has sent an expeditionary force of 3,000 strong to Doha and in return, received $15 billion from Qatar to cover its swollen debt.  The Saudis have accused Qatar of supporting terrorism, and in fact the Doha regime has been a staunch supporter of the Muslim Brotherhood, including Hamas in Gaza.  Turkey’s dictator, Erdogan, has been flirting with Russia and Iran, and has openly exhibited his anti-western sentiments.  He has purchased from Russia the S-400 surface-to-air missiles, and helped Iran launder its oil revenue.  In the initial Trump administration calculation, Turkey was meant to be a part of the anti-Iran coalition, along with Israel and the Gulf states.  Instead, Erdogan is currently busy with embarrassing the Saudis over the Khashoggi murder at the Saudi embassy in Istanbul.

The Islamic Republic is worried that the U.S. might join Israel in its efforts to expel the Iranian extensive presence in Syria.  Iran however, is using this window of opportunity when Israel is limiting its attacks on Iranian targets in Syria, and the U.S. being preoccupied with the mid-term elections, to provide Hezbollah with sophisticated guidance systems that would improve the accuracy of the missiles aimed at Israel.  According to a western intelligence officer, “The Iranians are trying to come up with new ways and routes to smuggle weapons from Iran to its allies in the Middle East, testing and defying the West’s abilities to track them down.”

For too long, the U.S. refrained from confronting the Iranian regime, out of hope that inaction against the Iranian regime would empower the purported moderates in Tehran.  The previous U.S. administration also held an overriding desire to wash its hands of the Middle East.  This entrenchment however, has only encouraged the Ayatollahs regime inherently maligned behavior, including its periodic testing to the limits of the nuclear deal, continued progress on advanced centrifuges, ballistic missile testing, and regional expansion.  In addition, the Tehran regime supports terrorism and the propagation of virulent anti-American ideology.  Ironically, many of these actions make the regime increasingly unpopular at home, and overextended abroad.

According to the U.S. State Department Executive Summary report titled “An Outlaw Regime: A Chronicle of Iran’s Destructive Activities, “The regime’s primary tool to execute this mission since 1979 has been the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC). The IRGC is the most powerful conglomerate in Iran, spreading and consolidating its control over much of Iranian life. Its navy regularly threatens freedom of navigation in the Persian Gulf while its Aerospace Force directs the country’s ballistic missile program in defiance of Security Council resolutions. Its Ground Forces are deployed abroad to bolster the Assad regime and its Basij paramilitary force is mobilized at home to surveil and harass ordinary Iranians. Finally, its extra-territorial IRGC Quds Force (IRGC-QF) leads the Islamic Republic’s destabilizing support for proxies and terrorist groups.”

The Islamic Republic’s illicit activities include undermining the integrity of the global financial system.  The Iranian regime relies on opaque and fraudulent financing activities to fund its proxies and support its proliferation of ballistic missiles and other weapons.  Last year, the IRGC-Quds Force was exposed for using front companies to move funds, procure restricted materials and technologies, exploit currency exchange networks in neighboring countries, and produce counterfeit currency.

Iran’s repeated and systemic abuse of human rights is in violation of international laws and norms.  It persecutes civil society activists and marginalizes ethnic and religious minorities.  The Ayatollah regime denies due process, and regularly falls short of its own legal standards. Its prisons are notorious for mistreatment and torture, and its use of capital punishment is excessive and extends to minors.  Outside its borders, Iran and its proxies have committed numerous human rights abuses, including targeting innocent civilians in Syria, and arbitrarily detaining Sunnis in Iraq.

Last September in New York, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo met with the foreign ministers of Egypt, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates (UAE), Kuwait, Qatar, Oman and Bahrain, to advance what the administration coined as the “Arab NATO.”  Secretary Pompeo stressed the need to defeat the Islamic State, and other terrorist organizations, as well as ending the conflicts in Syria and Yemen, and “stopping Iran’s malign activity in the region.”  Unfortunately, President Trump’s willingness to remain engaged in the Middle East following the defeat of the Islamic State is questionable.  The burden of compelling Iran to roll back its regional presence, especially in Syria, and interdicting Iran’s military supplies to Hezbollah in Lebanon, falls primarily on Israel’s shoulders.  Saudi Arabia and the Emirates are involved in confronting Iran’s weapons proliferation in Yemen.  U.S. involvement in the anti-Iran alliance is limited to partnering with the Kurds on the ground in Syria and Iraq.  The latter presents a significant obstacle to Iran’s ambitions to dominate both Syria and Iraq.

Without strong military backing from the U.S., Israel might be constrained by Russia from freely operating in Syria against Iran.  The Khashoggi murder, as contemptible as it was, must be put behind us, and allow the Saudis and the UAE to focus on Iran.  The rest of the Sunni Arab states are unlikely to contribute to the anti-Iran alliance, and Turkey’s support in such an alliance is certainly not forthcoming.  The U.S. envisioned anti-Iran coalition can only become a viable reality if the U.S. is ready to actively participate, and commit its military might only when it becomes necessary.


          Best of Deep House Vol. 08 (2018)      Cache   Translate Page      
Best of Deep House Vol. 08 (2018)

Australian sensation Elypsis, whose past work possesses the sophistication and simple beauty of a songwriter far beyond his years, continues to awe our global audience with each new offering. Having recently collaborated with veteran songwriter and vocalist Arielle Maren on the ineffably soulful and timeless single Always Be. Soon, smooth bassline notes enter the mix, as well as delicate and mysterious sound effects. We are pleased to welcome Qatar-based talent A.M.R to the label. His past work reflects a penchant for uplifting, peak-hour trance & progressive. Explores much deeper sonic terrain to exceedingly moving effect. The release features three breathtaking progressive house cuts, all of which contain exceedingly lush atmospheres.

Best of Deep House Vol. 08 (2018)
Melodic, House, Trance, Deep Progressive | EDM Comps
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          Stakes high for ambitious PSG project at Napoli      Cache   Translate Page      

Naples (Italy) (AFP) – While the eye-popping investments from their Qatari owners continue to raise questions about Financial Fair Play, the reality is that Paris Saint-Germain are in genuine danger of early elimination from the...

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          Qatar's Emir says the Gulf 'crises will pass'      Cache   Translate Page      
Outlining his country's economic achievements in the past year, Qatar's Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani said he regrets the continuation of conflict with other Arab states, but added that the "crises will pass." 
           Comment on Pulisic, Sargent, Weah headline USMNT roster for November friendlies by johnnyrazor       Cache   Translate Page      
Since his rookie season, Lletget has played in 65 MLS matches and scored 4 goals and 10 assists. He just turned 26, so by Qatar he'll be 30. And honestly in his time with the Nats he had a good 130 minutes and great 18 before being injured. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Other American Midfielders in MLS over the last two years (approximate # of matches Lletget has played the last 3 seasons) Tyler Adams 2 goals 12 assists in 56 matches Marky Delgado 5 goals 7 assists in 59 matches Wil Trapp 1 goal 6 assists in 64 matches (very different role) Michael Bradley 0 goals 7 assists in 67 matches (very different role) Benny Feilhaber 8 goals 9 assists in 64 matches Kellyn Acosta 6 goals 7 assists in 48 matches Darlington Nagbe 3 goals 8 assists in 50 matches Sacha Kljestan 9 goals 24 assists in 65 matches Kyle Beckerman 5 goals 1 assist in 61 matches
          Bahrain reverses spying acquittals, gives life sentences to opposition leaders      Cache   Translate Page      

Three senior opposition leaders are jailed for life after a court finds them guilty of transferring confidential information and receiving financial support from Qatar.


          Middle East Crisis Deepens As Bahrain’s Opposition Leader Accused Of Being ‘Qatar’s Spy’ Jailed For Life      Cache   Translate Page      

Bahrain's Crown Prince Salman bin Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa

With news reports in Turkey on Sunday morning claiming that murdered journalist Jamal Khahsoggi’s body had been transported in suitcases from Istanbul, another major news story developing in the Middle East threatens to undo peace in the region, according to BBC.

Sheikh Ali Salman, who is the most important opposition leader in Bahrain, an Islamic country ruled by a royal family not wholly different from Saudi Arabia, has been imprisoned for life after being accused of spying for Qatar.

Middle Eastern allies Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, and the UAE cut off economic ties with Qatar last year after claiming that the country was funding terrorist groups in collaboration with Iran. Although Qatar denies the claims vigorously, Bahrain’s public prosecutor said that the country intends to overthrow their constitutional order and “colluded” with Sheikh Ali Salman to reach that end.

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          PSG: Les Football Leaks, "vraiment n'importe quoi" selon Al-Khelaifi      Cache   Translate Page      
Nasser al-Khelaifi est brièvement revenu, pour la première fois à titre personnel, sur l'affaire des Football Leaks (Mediapart a expliqué que l'UEFA avait couvert le contrat de sponsoring surévalué entre le PSG et le Qatar). "Je ne regarde pas ça, c'est vraiment n'importe quoi, lâche simplement le président du Paris Saint-Germain sur RMC Sport, après le nul mardi entre Naples et le PSG (1-1, quatrième journée du groupe C de Ligue des champions). On est concentrés sur le club, le projet et l'objectif de gagner des matches. Le reste, c'est n'est pas important."
          Padurariu gagne l’argent aux Championnats du monde de gymnastique artistique      Cache   Translate Page      
Ana Padurariu a décroché la deuxième médaille d’argent du Canada aux Championnats du monde de gymnastique artistique, samedi au Qatar,...
          Yeng Guiao to name new Gilas pool in meeting with PBA top brass      Cache   Translate Page      


Photo credit: PBA IMAGES / PBA.ph

Gilas Pilipinas Latest News & Updates. As per PBA.ph, Cebuano behemoths June Mar Fajardo, Greg Slaughter and Gabe Norwood are expected to lead the new national training pool coach Yeng Guiao will divulge in a meeting with the PBA board of governors Tuesday in the PBA office in Libis, Quezon City.

Naturalized player Andray Blatche and possible subs Christian Standhardinger and Stanley Pringle are also tipped to make the list of players who will be considered for the national squad that is to play Kazakhstan and Iran in the fifth and penultimate window of the FIBA World Cup qualifiers.


Guiao has said he'll consider the players that played in the recent FIBA window and the Gilas players who have served suspension by FIBA in the aftermath of the Gilas-Australia brawl.

Paul Lee, Alex Cabagnot, Scottie Thompson, Poy Erram, Ian Sangalang, Marcio Lassiter, Allein Malicsi, Beau Belga and Asi Taulava, meanwhile, were the players who rendered service to the country in the September FIBA window.

Guiao may also names new candidates to pool along with 16-year-old national youth Kai Sotto as a developmental player.

PBA commissioner Willie Marcial said the board wants to hear from Guiao the necessary arrangements and adjustments that league would have to make in support of the country's World Cup drive.

He also said the league is taking another break to give way to the Nationals' game against Kazakhstan on Nov. 30 and versus Iran four days later.

It's back-to-back home games for the Filipinos before playing two successive "away" games to close out their campaign in the qualifiers.

Team Phl plays Qatar in Doha and Kazakhstan in Almaty in February 2019. [source: PBA.ph]


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          QR19219 - Cabin Crew Recruitment Event Goa 24th November 2018 Qatar Airways Doha      Cache   Translate Page      
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          QR18433 - Cabin Crew Recruitment Event Khartoum Shortlisted Qatar Airways Doha      Cache   Translate Page      
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          QR19211 - Recruitment Event in Philippines - Hub Lounges Positions Qatar Airways      Cache   Translate Page      
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          QR19035 - Senior Training Officer (Ground Services) Qatar Airways Doha      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Civil Draftsman      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Supply of OLTC transducers, micro switch and position transmitter      Cache   Translate Page      

Supply of OLTC transducers, micro switch and position transmitter

Issuer:
Qatar General Electricity & Water Corporation (Kahramaa)
Tender no:
LTC 1379/2018
Bond:
Applicable
Tender fee:
500.0 Qatar, Riyal (QAR)
Closes:
Sunday, 18 November 2018
Tender Category:
Others
Industry:
ELECTROMECHANICAL EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES
Country:
Qatar
Description:
The scope of this tender is about supply of OLTC transducers, micro switch and position transmitter
Contact:
Tel-(00974) 4 4845555 - www.km.com.qa

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          QR19215 - Senior Aerodrome & Route Studies Specialist l Qatar Airways l Doha      Cache   Translate Page      
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          QR18909 - Lead Business Finance Officer - Planning & Analysis Qatar Airways Doha      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Field operator - LPU Tank farm in Aberdeen Qatar      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Applications Sales Representative Territory Sales Manager      Cache   Translate Page      
Applications Sales Representative Territory Sales ManagerPreferred QualificationsEnterprise Applicationand CloudTerritory SalesManager- QatarGoalTo develop and maintain the long-term relationship between Oracle and designated customers to support Enterprise Applications line of business revenue growth Works towards an allocated License and Cl
          Systems Engineering Manager      Cache   Translate Page      
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          CivilStructural Engineering Manager      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Field Services Engineer - Tactical Radio      Cache   Translate Page      
Job description RoleTo be local main contact for all Thales tactical radios HFVHF installed in Qatar and ensure customer technical support and on the job training (integration operating maintenance repair etc)&bullIn-charge to provide daily technical support to our customers for all tactical radios&bullProvide on the job training for in
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          Lead Instruments Engineer      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Senior Gas District Network Engineer      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Head of Electrical Engineering      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Quantity Surveying Specialist      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Utilities Inspector      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Assistant Resident Engineer (UtilitiesDry)      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Assistant Resident Engineer (Structures)      Cache   Translate Page      
Assistant Resident Engineer (StructuresTunnels) Qatar Through Parsons engineering and construction management services we deliver innovative safe and sustainable infrastructure in Abu Dhabi Dubai Qatar Oman Bahrain and Kuwait Our focus is on delivering air rail road and highway transportation water conveyance andor wastewater treatmen
          Qatar WANTED SECRETARY      Cache   Translate Page      
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JEWISH KING JESUS IS COMING AT THE RAPTURE FOR US IN THE CLOUDS-DON'T MISS IT FOR THE WORLD.THE BIBLE TAKEN LITERALLY- WHEN THE PLAIN SENSE MAKES GOOD SENSE-SEEK NO OTHER SENSE-LEST YOU END UP IN NONSENSE.GET SAVED NOW- CALL ON JESUS TODAY.THE ONLY SAVIOR OF THE WHOLE EARTH - NO OTHER. 1 COR 15:23-JESUS THE FIRST FRUITS-CHRISTIANS RAPTURED TO JESUS-FIRST FRUITS OF THE SPIRIT-23 But every man in his own order: Christ the firstfruits; afterward they that are Christ’s at his coming.ROMANS 8:23 And not only they, but ourselves also, which have the firstfruits of the Spirit, even we ourselves groan within ourselves, waiting for the adoption, to wit, the redemption of our body.(THE PRE-TRIB RAPTURE)

LUKE 21:28-29
28 And when these things begin to come to pass,(ALL THE PROPHECY SIGNS FROM THE BIBLE) then look up, and lift up your heads; for your redemption (RAPTURE) draweth nigh.
29 And he spake to them a parable; Behold the fig tree,(ISRAEL) and all the trees;(ALL INDEPENDENT COUNTRIES)
30 When they now shoot forth, ye see and know of your own selves that summer is now nigh at hand.(ISRAEL LITERALLY BECAME AND INDEPENDENT COUNTRY JUST BEFORE SUMMER IN MAY 14,1948.)

JOEL 2:3,30
3 A fire devoureth (ATOMIC BOMB) before them;(RUSSIAN-ARAB-MUSLIM ARMIES AGAINST ISRAEL) and behind them a flame burneth: the land is as the garden of Eden before them, and behind them a desolate wilderness; yea, and nothing shall escape them.
30 And I will shew wonders in the heavens and in the earth, blood, and fire, and pillars of smoke.(ATOMIC BOMB AFFECT)

ZECHARIAH 14:12-13
12 And this shall be the plague wherewith the LORD will smite all the people that have fought against Jerusalem; Their flesh shall consume away while they stand upon their feet,(DISOLVED FROM ATOMIC BOMB) and their eyes shall consume away in their holes,(DISOLVED FROM ATOMIC BOMB) and their tongue shall consume away in their mouth.(DISOLVED FROM ATOMIC BOMB)(BECAUSE NUKES HAVE BEEN USED ON ISRAELS ENEMIES)(GOD PROTECTS ISRAEL AND ALWAYS WILL)
13 And it shall come to pass in that day, that a great tumult from the LORD shall be among them; and they shall lay hold every one on the hand of his neighbour, and his hand shall rise up against the hand of his neighbour.(1/2-3 BILLION DIE IN WW3)(THIS IS AN ATOMIC BOMB EFFECT)

EZEKIEL 20:47
47 And say to the forest of the south, Hear the word of the LORD; Thus saith the Lord GOD; Behold, I will kindle a fire in thee, and it shall devour every green tree in thee, and every dry tree: the flaming flame shall not be quenched, and all faces from the south to the north shall be burned therein.

ZEPHANIAH 1:18
18 Neither their silver nor their gold shall be able to deliver them in the day of the LORD'S wrath; but the whole land shall be devoured by the fire of his jealousy: for he shall make even a speedy riddance of all them that dwell in the land.

MALACHI 4:1
1 For, behold, the day cometh, that shall burn as an oven;(FROM ATOMIC BOMBS) and all the proud, yea, and all that do wickedly, shall be stubble: and the day that cometh shall burn them up, saith the LORD of hosts, that it shall leave them neither root nor branch.

And here are the bounderies of the land that Israel will inherit either through war or peace or God in the future. God says its Israels land and only Israels land. They will have every inch God promised them of this land in the future.
Egypt east of the Nile River, Saudi Arabia, Israel, Jordan, Syria, Lebanon, The southern part of Turkey and the Western Half of Iraq west of the Euphrates. Gen 13:14-15, Psm 105:9,11, Gen 15:18, Exe 23:31, Num 34:1-12, Josh 1:4.ALL THIS LAND ISRAEL WILL DEFINATELY OWN IN THE FUTURE, ITS ISRAELS NOT ISHMAELS LAND.12 TRIBES INHERIT LAND IN THE FUTURE

European signatories to Iran nuclear deal condemn new US sanctions-France, UK, Germany and EU ‘deeply regret’ American measures, call accord ‘essential for the security of Europe, the region and the whole world’-By AFP-5 November 2018

PARIS — France, Germany, Britain and the European Union issued a joint condemnation Friday of the US move to place fresh sanctions on the Iranian economy, vowing to protect European companies doing “legitimate” business with Tehran.“We deeply regret the reimposition of sanctions by the United States stemming from their withdrawal from the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action,” the statement said in reference to the hard-fought 2015 nuclear deal with Iran.Struck between world powers and Tehran after years of fraught negotiations, the deal was aimed at limiting Iran’s nuclear capabilities in exchange for sanctions relief.But US President Donald Trump announced in May that he was walking away from the deal and would reimpose sanctions, leaving the EU scrambling to protect companies that have forged trade links with Iran.Friday’s statement from EU nations defended the deal as “essential for the security of Europe, the region and the whole world.”“Our objective is to protect European economic actors involved in legitimate commercial trade with Iran,” it added.Europe will also seek to “maintain financial channels operational with Iran and to ensure the continuation of Iranian oil and gas exports,” it said.US officials said Friday that Washington was adding 700 individuals and entities to its Iran blacklist and pressuring the global SWIFT banking network to cut off Tehran when expanded sanctions are put in place next week.US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said the sanctions were aimed at getting Tehran to halt its nuclear activities and what the US says is broad support for terrorism in the region.The EU says 12 consecutive reports from the International Atomic Energy Agency show that Iran has stuck to the terms of the deal.

US reimposes all sanctions on Iran lifted under nuclear deal-Pompeo says new measures aimed at forcing Tehran to give up ‘its well-documented outlaw activities,’ grants temporary waivers to 8 countries-By Matthew Lee-TOI-5 November 2018

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Trump administration on Friday announced the reimposition of all US sanctions on Iran that had been lifted under the 2015 nuclear deal, ramping up economic pressure on the Islamic Republic as President Donald Trump completed the unraveling of what had been one of his predecessor’s signature foreign policy achievements.The sanctions, which will take effect on Monday, cover Iran’s shipping, financial and energy sectors and are the second batch the administration has reimposed since Trump withdrew from the landmark accord in May. The rollback ends US participation in the nuclear deal, which now hangs in the balance as Iran no longer enjoys any relief from sanctions imposed by the world’s largest economy.Shortly after the announcement, Trump tweeted a movie poster-like image of himself walking out of what appears to be fog with the phrase “Sanctions are Coming, November 5.”With limited exceptions, the sanctions will hit countries that do not stop importing Iranian oil and foreign firms that do business with blacklisted Iranian entities, including its central bank, a number of private financial institutions, and state-run port and shipping firms, as well as hundreds of individual Iranian officials.pic.twitter.com/nk2vKvHuaL— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 2, 2018-Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said the sanctions are “aimed at fundamentally altering the behavior of the Islamic Republic of Iran.” He has issued a list of 12 demands that Iran must meet if it wants the sanctions lifted. Those include ending support for terrorism and military engagement in Syria and a complete halt to its nuclear and ballistic missile development.“Our ultimate aim is to compel Iran to permanently abandon its well-documented outlaw activities and behave as a normal country,” Pompeo told reporters in a conference call with Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin. “Maximum pressure means maximum pressure.”Pompeo said eight nations will receive temporary waivers allowing them to continue to import Iranian petroleum products for a limited period as they move to end such imports entirely. He said those countries, which other officials said would include US allies such as Turkey, Italy, India, Japan and South Korea, had made efforts to eliminate their imports but could not complete the task by Monday.The waivers, expected to be announced Monday, will be valid for six months, during which time the importing country can buy Iranian oil but must deposit Iran’s revenue in an escrow account. Iran can spend the money but only on a narrow range of humanitarian items. Pompeo said two of the eight countries would wind down imports to zero within weeks.Mnuchin said 700 more Iranian companies and people would be added to the sanctions rolls. Those, he said, would include more than 300 that had not been included under previous sanctions.“We are sending a very clear message with our maximum pressure campaign: that the US intends to aggressively enforce our sanctions,” he said.Iran hawks in Congress and elsewhere were likely to be disappointed in the sanctions as they had been pushing for no oil import waivers as well as the complete disconnection of Iran from the main international financial messaging network known as SWIFT.One group that has been highly critical of the deal welcomed the new sanctions but said there should be no exceptions.“We encourage the Trump administration to fulfill the promise of a maximum pressure campaign — no exceptions — until Iran permanently and verifiably changes its behavior,” United Against a Nuclear Iran said in a statement. “Oil and gas firms, including those from friendly countries like India, South Korea and Japan, should not be granted sanctions waivers. Similarly, financial entities — including SWIFT — must sever ties with Iranian banks and financial institutions.”Mnuchin defended the decision to allow some Iranian banks to remain connected to SWIFT, saying that the Belgium-based firm had been warned that it will face penalties if sanctioned institutions are permitted to use it. And, he said that US regulators would be watching closely Iranian transactions that use SWIFT to ensure any that run afoul of US sanctions would be punished.Pompeo, meanwhile, defended the oil waivers, saying US efforts to cut Iran’s petroleum revenue had already been successful. He noted that since May, when the US began to press countries to stop buying Iranian oil, Iran’s exports had dropped by more than 1 million barrels per day.Pompeo and Mnuchin both said the sanctions will have exceptions for humanitarian purchases.The 2015 nuclear deal, one of former president Barack Obama’s signature foreign policy achievements, gave Iran billions of dollars in sanctions relief in exchange for curbs on its nuclear program, which many believed it was using to develop atomic weapons. Trump repeatedly denounced the agreement as the “worst ever” negotiated by the United States and vowed to withdraw from it during the 2016 presidential campaign.Trump and other critics of the deal said it gave Iran too much in return for too little, allowed Iran to gradually resume nuclear activity that could eventually be used for weapons development and did not address any of the country’s other problematic activities.Obama-era officials as well as the other parties to the deal — Britain, China, France, Germany, Russia and the European Union — have vehemently defended it. The Europeans have mounted a drive to save the agreement from the US withdrawal, fearing that the new sanctions will drive Iran to pull out and resume all of its nuclear work.

New defence for Infowars in copyright case? "Pepe the Toad"-[The Canadian Press]-YAHOONEWS-November 5, 2018

The internet trolls who turned Pepe the Frog into a hate symbol may be disappointed to hear a new claim about the cartoon character's origins, courtesy of conspiracy theorist Alex Jones' Infowars website .Infowars' attorneys claim in a court filing Thursday that Pepe the Frog creator Matt Furie based his character on a "pre-existing, strikingly similar" Argentine cartoon character named "El Sapo Pepe," or "Pepe the Toad."That's a new defence for Infowars against a copyright infringement lawsuit that Furie filed in March over the site's sales of a poster copying the character.Infowars' attorneys argue Furie could be precluded from asserting any copyright interest in his creation if Pepe the Frog is an "unauthorized derivative work" based on Pepe the Toad. Or it could "at least severely the scope of copyright protection in the character," they wrote."You've got to ask yourself if Mr. Furie's work is truly original," Infowars attorney Marc Randazza said during a telephone interview Friday. "I think it's at least worth taking a closer look."Louis Tompros, one of Furie's attorneys, said the California-based cartoonist had never heard of "El Sapo Pepe" before receiving a letter from Infowars's attorneys about it."So, it definitely did not inspire his creation of Pepe,' Tompros wrote in an email Friday.A federal judge set a July 2019 trial date for the lawsuit Furie filed against Infowars in Los Angeles.It was the second such case that Furie has brought as part of a legal campaign to reclaim his creation.Infowars' website is the online platform for right-wing radio host Jones. Furie's lawsuit says he didn't authorize the site to sell a poster that depicts the anthropomorphic frog alongside images of Jones, President Donald Trump, far-right agitator Milo Yiannopoulos and other right-wing figures.Jones has described the lawsuit as a "publicity stunt" and said he views it as an expression of political speech protected by the First Amendment."My listeners understand this is all frivolous," Jones told The Associated Press in March.Infowars was selling the Pepe-adorned "MAGA" poster for $29.95 and says it was created by "renowned artist and patriot" Jon Allen. Jones said Infowars has sold about 1,000 of the posters but added that it's hardly one of the site's most popular items.Furie's "chill frog-dude" debuted in a 2006 comic book called "Boy's Club" and became a popular canvas for benevolent internet memes. But the user-generated mutations grew increasingly hateful and ubiquitous more than a year before the 2016 presidential election, when Furie's creation become an online mascot for white nationalists, neo-Nazis and other right-wing extremists.The Anti-Defamation League branded Pepe as a hate symbol in September 2016 and promoted Furie's efforts to reclaim the character.Twitter banned Jones and Infowars from the social media platform earlier this year for abusive behaviour . Jones has been sued by targets of his conspiracy theories, including parents of the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre in Newtown, Connecticut, in 2012. Jones questioned whether the shooting rampage was a hoax.Michael Kunzelman, The Associated Press.

EARTH DESTROYED WITH THE EARTH IN NOAHS DAY(BECAUSE OF SIN,VIOLENCE AND GODLESS PEOPLE)

GENESIS 6:11-13
11 The earth also was corrupt before God, and the earth was filled with violence.(WORLD TERRORISM,MURDERS)(HAMAS IN HEBREW IS VIOLENCE)
12 And God looked upon the earth, and, behold, it was corrupt; for all flesh had corrupted his way upon the earth.
13 And God said unto Noah, The end of all flesh is come before me; for the earth is filled with violence (TERRORISM)(HAMAS) through them; and, behold, I will destroy them with the earth.

HOSEA 4:1-3
1 Hear the word of the LORD, ye children of Israel: for the LORD hath a controversy with the inhabitants of the land, because there is no truth, nor mercy, nor knowledge of God in the land.
2 By swearing, and lying, and killing, and stealing, and committing adultery, they break out, and blood toucheth blood.
3 Therefore shall the land mourn, and every one that dwelleth therein shall languish, with the beasts of the field, and with the fowls of heaven; yea, the fishes of the sea also shall be taken away.

DEUTORONOMY 28:22-24
22  The LORD shall smite thee with a consumption, and with a fever, and with an inflammation, and with an extreme burning, and with the sword, and with blasting, and with mildew; and they shall pursue thee until thou perish.
23  And thy heaven that is over thy head shall be brass, and the earth that is under thee shall be iron.
24  The LORD shall make the rain of thy land powder and dust: from heaven shall it come down upon thee, until thou be destroyed.

STORMS HURRICANES-TORNADOES

LUKE 21:25-26
25 And there shall be signs in the sun,(HEATING UP-SOLAR ECLIPSES) and in the moon,(MAN ON MOON-LUNAR ECLIPSES) and in the stars;(ASTEROIDS ETC) and upon the earth distress of nations, with perplexity;(MASS CONFUSION) the sea and the waves roaring;(FIERCE WINDS)
26 Men’s hearts failing them for fear,(TORNADOES,HURRICANES,STORMS) and for looking after those things which are coming on the earth:(DESTRUCTION) for the powers of heaven shall be shaken.(FROM QUAKES,NUKES ETC)

THE FIRST JUDGEMENT OF THE EARTH STARTED WITH WATER-IT ONLY MAKES SENSE THE LAST GENERATION WILL BE HAVING FLOODING
GENESIS 7:6-12
6 And Noah was six hundred years old when the flood of waters was upon the earth.
7 And Noah went in, and his sons, and his wife, and his sons’ wives with him, into the ark, because of the waters of the flood.
8 Of clean beasts, and of beasts that are not clean, and of fowls, and of every thing that creepeth upon the earth,
9 There went in two and two unto Noah into the ark, the male and the female, as God had commanded Noah.
10 And it came to pass after seven days, that the waters of the flood were upon the earth.
11 In the six hundredth year of Noah’s life, in the second month, the seventeenth day of the month, the same day were all the fountains of the great deep broken up, and the windows of heaven were opened.
12 And the rain was upon the earth forty days and forty nights.
GOD PROMISED BY A RAINBOW-THE EARTH WOULD NEVER BE DESTROYED TOTALLY WITH A FLOOD AGAIN.BUT FLOODIING IS A SIGN OF JUDGEMENT.

FIRES AND EXPLOSIONS

REVELATION 8:7
7 The first angel sounded, and there followed hail and fire mingled with blood, and they were cast upon the earth: and the third part of trees was burnt up, and all green grass was burnt up.

Entering a modal-UN chief warns of famine in Yemen, urges halt to violence-[CBC]-YAHOONEWS-November 5, 2018

UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres warned Friday that Yemen could face "the worst famine we have seen in decades" and urged the country's warring parties to immediately halt the violence.The UN chief told reporters "the urgency of the humanitarian crisis leaves no room for complacency" and the "building wave of momentum" for peace must be seized.UN humanitarian chief Mark Lowcock warned last week that "there is a clear and present danger of an imminent and great big famine engulfing Yemen" that could affect 14 million people — half of the country's population.The conflict began in 2014 when Houthi Shia rebels toppled the internationally recognized government. A Saudi-led coalition allied with the government has been fighting the Houthis since 2015.Guterres said more and more countries are engaged in helping create conditions for the warring parties to understand the need to cease hostilities and engage in serious negotiations.He urged the coalition and the Houthis "to overcome obstacles and resolve differences through dialogue" at UN facilitated talks later this month.Guterres stressed that "violence must stop everywhere — with an immediate halt around critical infrastructure and densely populated areas.""My objective is to appeal to the parties to the conflict to understand that there is an opportunity that must be seized, and to say that the humanitarian situation is so dire that if that doesn't happen" the world will have to deal with a famine in Yemen next year, he said."I must say, I hope the voice of reason will prevail," Guterres said.

WORLD POWERS IN THE LAST DAYS (END OF AGE OF GRACE NOT THE WORLD)

EUROPEAN UNION-KING OF WEST-DAN 9:26-27,DAN 7:23-24,DAN 11:40,REV 13:1-10
EGYPT-KING OF THE SOUTH-DAN 11:40
RUSSIA-KING OF THE NORTH-EZEK 38:1-2,EZEK 39:1-3
CHINA-KING OF THE EAST-DAN 11:44,REV 9:16,18
VATICAN-RELIGIOUS LEADER-REV 13:11-18,REV 17:4-5,9,18

WORLD TERRORISM

OH BY THE WAY WHEN THE MEDIA SAYS ALLU-AK-BAR MEANS GOD IS GREAT LIE. IN ISLAM ALLU-AK-BAR MEANS OUR GOD IS GREATER OR GREATEST. THIS IS HOW THE MEDIA SUCK HOLES UP TO ISLAMIC-QURANIC-MUSLIMS. BY WATERING DOWN THE REAL MEANING OF THE SEX FOR MURDER DEATH CULT ISLAM. TO MAKE IT SOUND LIKE A PEACEFUL RELIGION (CULT OF DEATH AND WORLD DOMINATION).

GENESIS 6:11-13
11 The earth also was corrupt before God, and the earth was filled with violence.(WORLD TERRORISM,MURDERS)(HAMAS IN HEBREW IS VIOLENCE)
12 And God looked upon the earth, and, behold, it was corrupt; for all flesh had corrupted his way upon the earth.
13 And God said unto Noah, The end of all flesh is come before me; for the earth is filled with violence (TERRORISM)(HAMAS) through them; and, behold, I will destroy them with the earth.

GENESIS 16:11-12
11 And the angel of the LORD said unto her,(HAGAR) Behold, thou art with child, and shalt bear a son, and shalt call his name Ishmael;(FATHER OF THE ARAB/MUSLIMS) because the LORD hath heard thy affliction.
12 And he (ISHMAEL-FATHER OF THE ARAB-MUSLIMS) will be a wild (DONKEY-JACKASS) man;(ISLAM IS A FAKE AND DANGEROUS SEX FOR MURDER CULT) his hand will be against every man,(ISLAM HATES EVERYONE) and every man's hand against him;(PROTECTING THEMSELVES FROM BEING BEHEADED) and he (ISHMAEL ARAB/MUSLIM) shall dwell in the presence of all his brethren.(LITERAL-THE ARABS LIVE WITH THEIR BRETHERN JEWS)

ISAIAH 14:12-14
12  How art thou fallen from heaven, O Lucifer,(SATAN) son of the morning!(HEBREW-CRECENT MOON-ISLAM) how art thou cut down to the ground, which didst weaken the nations!
13  For thou hast said in thine heart, I will ascend into heaven, I will exalt my throne above the stars of God: I will sit also upon the mount of the congregation, in the sides of the north:
14  I (SATAN HAS EYE TROUBLES) will ascend above the heights of the clouds; I will be like the most High.(AND 1/3RD OF THE ANGELS OF HEAVEN FELL WITH SATAN AND BECAME DEMONS)

JOHN 16:2
2 They shall put you out of the synagogues: yea, the time cometh, that whosoever killeth you will think that he doeth God service.(ISLAM MURDERS IN THE NAME OF MOON GOD ALLAH OF ISLAM)

Khashoggi crisis may tip Middle East power balance towards Turkey-October 2 killing inside Saudi consulate in Istanbul, by a team sent from Riyadh, has already severely tarnished Arab state’s reputation-By Ezzedine SAID-TOI-NOV 5,18

ISTANBUL, Turkey (AFP) — The murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi could alter the power dynamic in the Middle East by strengthening Turkey’s influence at Saudi Arabia’s expense as they compete for leadership of the Islamic world, analysts say.This certainly appears to be the goal of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, the main regional supporter of the Muslim Brotherhood, which Saudi Arabia and its allies Egypt and the United Arab Emirates consider a terrorist group.The killing inside the kingdom’s consulate in Istanbul by a team sent from Riyadh on October 2 has already severely tarnished Saudi Arabia’s global reputation.But it is the potential involvement of Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman, the oil-rich Gulf nation’s de facto leader known by his initials MBS, that could permanently damage Riyadh’s influence in the region.After initially insisting Khashoggi left the consulate unharmed, then saying he died in a brawl, the Saudi regime finally stated he was killed by a “rogue operation” and arrested 18 suspects, some with links to the crown prince.Analysts say Erdogan could use the ensuing crisis to weaken the 33-year-old prince, even potentially leading to the royal family removing him from power — though that seems unlikely.“The killing of Khashoggi has proven to be a golden opportunity for President Erdogan to pressure Saudi Arabia and work towards presenting Turkey as the new leader of the Muslim world,” said Lina Khatib, director of Middle East and North Africa Programme at Chatham House.“The Khashoggi crisis is a big geo-political gamble for Turkey and so far it looks like it is playing the game masterfully. But Turkey alone will not be able to push for the removal of MBS. The ball lies in the American court,” she added.For Erdogan, promoting the Muslim Brotherhood — which Saudi Arabia has sought to marginalize in the Arab world and which was ousted from power and brutally repressed in Egypt in 2013 by current President Abdel Fattah el-Sissi — is at the heart of this power struggle.The Turkish leader could also try to extract concessions from Riyadh for its ally Qatar, facing a Saudi blockade backed by the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, and Egypt since 2017.“I think that Erdogan sees this as an opportunity to push back against a triple entente in the Middle East that opposes his policies. That triple entente is composed of MBS, MBZ’s (Crown Prince Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al-Nahyan) UAE and Sissi’s Egypt,” said Soner Cagaptay, director of the Turkey Research Program at the Washington Institute.“These three countries, all Arabs, oppose Erdogan’s policies of supporting the Muslim Brotherhood. Now Erdogan sees a golden opportunity because MBS is vulnerable.”But Sinan Ulgen, president of the Centre for Economics and Foreign Policy, said “it remains to be seen whether Ankara can continue to leverage this conjuncture and turn it into a permanent advantage raising Turkey’s regional influence to the detriment of Saudi Arabia”.Nicholas Heras, an analyst at the Center for a New American Security, said the Khashoggi case was the “latest chapter in Turkey and Saudi Arabia’s ongoing contest over which country is better” to lead the Muslim world.“Erdogan clearly seems to believe that he can use the Khashoggi crisis as a way to cut Prince Mohammad bin Salman, and by extension, Saudi Arabia, down to size,” Heras added.By not directly pointing the blame at the crown prince over Khashoggi, Erdogan is seeking to keep him under pressure, according to Karim Bitar of the Paris-based French Institute for International and Strategic Affairs think-tank.“Erdogan knows that he still has ammunition that could weaken MBS in the international arena so basically he is rolling the dice these days trying to figure out how to maximise his profit after this huge Saudi blunder,” he told AFP.While the Muslim Brotherhood is important to Turkey, the West — especially the United States — is wary of the group and wants to focus any pressure on the crown prince towards ending the Yemen war and lifting the blockade on Qatar, the experts said.“I expect the blockade on Doha will likely come to an end in the near future and the Saudis find a way to support the UN’s efforts in Yemen,” said Steven Cook of the Council on Foreign Relations.Bitar noted that the US administration relies on Prince Mohammed’s support for any possible peace plan for the Israel-Palestinian conflict as well as containing Iran, long a Saudi foe.Washington could also push the crown prince towards “a rapprochement with Israel and to maintain a hawkish line towards Iran”, Bitar added.

Emerging Gaza ceasefire to significantly ease blockade — report-Lebanese daily says Egypt prepared to slash 70% of its own border restrictions under 3-year truce deal; Israel will be required to grant work permits and expand fishing zone-By TOI staff-NOV 5,18

An emerging cease-fire agreement aimed at calming months of violence on the Israel-Gaza border will last for three years and see a significant easing of the blockade on the Hamas-controlled territory, Lebanon’s Al-Akbar newspaper reported Saturday.According to the report, the deal being brokered by Egypt stipulates a gradual stop to the ongoing, Hamas-orchestrated violent border protests and maritime flotillas over the next two months. In addition, Hamas will be obligated to punish Gazans caught engaging in violent demonstrating along the border with Israel.In return, Egypt will permanently open its Rafah border crossing and lift 70 percent of its blockade on the Hamas-controlled territory, the report said, citing officials familiar with the emerging agreement.Al-Akbar said the deal would require Israel to grant 5,000 work permits for Gazans, and expand the Strip’s fishing zone from nine to 14 nautical miles.Israel had no immediate comment on the report.In addition, the paper reported the Palestinian Authority would pay 80% of the salaries of Hamas officials in Gaza, and would not object to Qatar bankrolling those wages for at least six months, like it has in the past.Within the framework of the agreement, the report said various economic projects in Gaza would be advanced to create jobs for some 30,000 jobs and alleviate the humanitarian situation in the Strip.The truce is slated to last three years and will be under the supervision of the United Nations and Russia. At later stage after the deal is implemented, Al-Akbar said Egypt would work to advance a prisoner exchange deal between Israel and Hamas.The report was released after Friday’s weekly protests along the Gaza border saw a significant decrease in violence.According to the Hamas-run health ministry in the strip, 12 Palestinians were injured from live Israeli fire, and dozens injured from tear gas inhalation. The Associated Press said the figures were the lowest reported since the start of the demonstrations seven months ago.Official Fatah account posts a picture of what it says is a member of the Hamas-run security forces forcibly preventing protesters from approaching the border fence between Gaza and Israel https://t.co/XAgD08xXWL— Adam Rasgon (@adamrasgon1) November 2, 2018-A senior Hamas member said the clashes were scaled down to give diplomatic efforts a chance amid talk of a breakthrough in months of Egyptian-led negotiations.The official Twitter account of PA President Mahmoud Abbas’s Fatah faction even posted a picture of what it claimed to be a member of the Hamas-run security forces forcibly preventing protesters from approaching the Gaza border fence during Friday’s protests.Khalil al-Hayya said the terror group was “testing” Egyptian-led efforts to broker a ceasefire to ease an 11-year-old blockade on Gaza, but warned the clashes would resume if the blockade was not lifted.The IDF put turnout Friday at some 7,000 demonstrators with about half of those present approached the border fence, while the rest remained at a distance and did not clash with soldiers. The protest ended earlier than usual.For months, Egypt and UN officials have been engaged in indirect talks between Hamas, the Islamist terror group that runs the Gaza Strip, and Israel.Israel has accused Hamas, which is sworn to the destruction of the Jewish state, of leading the protests and using them as cover to carry out attacks against troops stationed the border.Last week, seven Palestinians were reported killed in the weekly border protests. The bloodshed was followed by rockets launched at Israel by the Palestinian Islamic Jihad terrorist group, which were met with and retaliatory Israeli airstrikes, dashing hopes of what was expected to be a calmer week in Gaza.Since the often violent protests began on March 30, over 150 Palestinians have been killed by Israeli fire during demonstrations and clashes along the border, including a number of people who broke through the fence into Israel. Dozens of the fatalities were Hamas members. During that time, one Israeli soldier has been killed by a Palestinian sniper.

Palestinian-American woman detained at airport, to be deported-Immigration authorities say decision to deny Susan Abulhawa entry due to past incident at border crossing and not connected to BDS-By AFP-5 November 2018

A Palestinian-American writer has been detained on arrival at Israel’s main airport and will be deported, Palestinian and Israeli officials said Friday.Susan Abulhawa was refused entry at Tel Aviv’s Ben Gurion Airport on Thursday evening, said a spokesman for the Palestinian Literature Festival, which Abulhawa had been set to attend.She appealed the decision in an Israeli court Friday morning but her appeal was rejected, meaning she was likely to be deported in the coming hours, the spokesman added.Abulhawa, author of the novel “Mornings in Jenin,” had been due to appear at panel events in both Jerusalem and the West Bank city of Ramallah during the festival, which is co-sponsored by the British Council.Immigration authority spokeswoman Sabine Haddad told AFP the writer was refused entry because of an incident in 2015 when she refused to answer questions by security personnel when attempting to enter though a land crossing from neighboring Jordan.“She was refused entry then and told that the next time she arrived she had to coordinate in advance,” Haddad said in Hebrew.This time “she landed without arranging entry in advance.”Haddad added that Abulhawa’s detention was not related to support for the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement.In March 2017, Israel’s parliament passed a law barring entry to supporters of BDS, which seeks to isolate the Jewish state internationally.Last month an American student spent two weeks in Israeli detention appealing an entry ban over her past involvement in a campus group that supports boycotting Israel.Lara Alqasem was eventually allowed to enter Israel after its Supreme Court overturned a lower court ruling upholding the state’s decision to deny her entry.Alqasem’s detention came after a number of other high-profile cases in which travelers to Israel were questioned over their political views and alleged support for BDS, drawing scrutiny to the law barring boycott supporters.Times of Israel staff contributed to this report.

Egyptian delegation tours Gaza clashes as promised calm largely holds-Hamas member says violence reined in to give Egyptian truce efforts a chance, but warns of escalation if blockade not lifted-By TOI staff and Agencies-5 November 2018

An Egyptian security delegation toured the Gaza border protests Friday, and even though thousands of Palestinians turned up, they were the quietest in several months, witnesses said.The visit came amid efforts by Egypt to broker a ceasefire between Israel and the Gaza Strip’s Hamas rulers.The delegation briefly attended the demonstrations in northern Gaza, a statement from the head of the organizing committee said. Eyewitnesses said a car carrying the delegation briefly drove to a protest site a few hundred meters from the border, before departing.A senior Hamas member said the clashes were scaled down to give diplomatic efforts a chance amid talk of a breakthrough in months of Egyptian-led negotiations.Khalil al-Hayya said the terror group is “testing” Egyptian-led efforts to broker a ceasefire to ease an 11-year-old blockade on Gaza.Fiercer clashes will resume if the blockade remains in place, al-Hayya warned.Israel and Egypt largely sealed their borders with Gaza after Hamas seized control in 2007 from the Palestinian Authority, citing a need to prevent weapons smuggling.Thousands again gathered at multiple sites near the frontier Friday but largely stayed away from the border fence, AFP correspondents said.Security forces loyal to Hamas prevented protesters from approaching the border too closely, the correspondents said.The Haaretz daily put turnout at some 7,000 demonstrators and quoted the Israel Defense Forces as saying about half of those present approached the border fence, while the rest remained at a distance and did not clash with soldiers.The protest ended earlier than usual.The Hamas-run health ministry in Gaza said 32 Palestinians were injured during the protests, including seven by Israeli fire, which The Associated Press said was the lowest casualty figures reported since the start of the demonstrations.Armed factions in Gaza on Thursday had agreed to rein in violence along the security fence in light of the latest Egyptian-efforts to reach a ceasefire with Israel.A senior Hamas member told the Ynet news site groups in Gaza agreed to stop protesters from burning tires, throwing firebombs and approaching the border during rallies until Sunday.He said the protesters would also refrain from launching incendiary devices toward Israel over the weekend.Egypt and UN officials have been engaged in indirect talks between Hamas, the Islamist terror group that runs the Gaza Strip, and Israel.Israel has accused Hamas, which is sworn to the destruction of the Jewish state, of leading the protests and using them as cover to carry out attacks against troops stationed the border-Since often violent protests began on March 30, over 150 Palestinians have been killed by Israeli fire during protests and clashes along the border, including a number of people who broke through the fence into Israel. Dozens of the fatalities were Hamas members.One Israeli soldier has been killed by a Palestinian sniper.In a statement after a meeting of their leaders in Gaza on Thursday, Hamas and Islamic Jihad said the marches would continue, albeit without violence.Both groups praised Egyptian and UN efforts to broker a deal.A separate statement by Islamic Jihad carried by Israeli media threatened that it would use a “new tactic” along the border, without providing details.A leader of the Iran-backed terror group told Haaretz the Egyptians had agreed to work to curb any Israeli response to the protests over the next three weeks. The unnamed official said the protests could be called off after that period if Israel keeps to its commitment to ease a blockade on the Strip.There was no comment from Egyptian officials.Last week’s clashes, in which seven Palestinians were reported killed, was followed by Islamic Jihad rocket launches at Israel and retaliatory Israeli Air Force raids, dashing hopes of what was expected to be a calmer weekend along the border.

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          The Unraveling Of The Netanyahu Project For The Middle East      Cache   Translate Page      

Authored by Alastair Crooke via The Strategic Culture Foundation,

Nahum Barnea, a leading Israeli commentator, writing in Yedioth Ahronoth in May (in Hebrew), set out, unambiguously, the ‘deal’ behind Trump’s Middle East policy:

In the wake of the US exit from JCPOA [which occurred on 8 May], Trump, Barnea wrote, will threaten a rain of ‘fire and fury’ onto Tehran … whilst Putin is expected to restrain Iran from attacking Israel using Syrian territory, thus leaving Netanyahu free to set new ‘rules of the game’ by which the Israel may attack and destroy Iranian forces anywhere in Syria (and not just in the border area, as earlier agreed) when it wishes, without fear of retaliation.

This represented one level to the Netanyahu strategy: Iranian restraint, plus Russian acquiescence to coordinated Israeli air operations over Syria.

 “There is only one thing that isn’t clear [concerning this deal]”, a senior Israeli Defence official closest to Netanyahu, told Ben Caspit, “that is, who works for whom? Does Netanyahu work for Trump, or is President Trump at the service of Netanyahu ... From the outside … it looks like the two men are perfectly in sync. From the inside, this seems even more so: This kind of cooperation … sometimes makes it seem as if they are actually just one single, large office”.

There has been, from the outset, a second level, too:

This entire ‘inverted pyramid’ of Middle East engineering had, as its single point of departure, Mohammed bin Salman (MbS).

It was Jared Kushner, the Washington Post reports, who “championed Mohammed as a reformer poised to usher the ultraconservative, oil-rich monarchy into modernity. Kushner privately argued for months, last year, that Mohammed would be key to crafting a Middle East peace plan, and that with the prince’s blessing, much of the Arab world would follow”. It was Kushner, the Post continued, “who pushed his father-in-law to make his first foreign trip as president to Riyadh, against objections from then-Secretary of State Rex Tillerson - and warnings from Defense Secretary Jim Mattis”.

Well, now MbS has, in one form or another, been implicated in the Khashoggi murder.  Bruce Riedel of Brookings, a longtime Saudi observer and former senior CIA & US defence official, notes, “for the first time in 50 years, the kingdom has become a force for instability” (rather than stability in the region), and suggests that there is an element  of ‘buyer’s remorse’ now evident in parts of Washington.

The ‘seamless office process’ to which the Israeli official referred with Caspit, is known as ‘stovepiping’, which is when a foreign state’s policy advocacy and intelligence are passed straight to a President’s ear – omitting official Washington from the ‘loop’; by-passing any US oversight; and removing the opportunity for officials to advise on its content.  Well, this has now resulted in the Khashoggi strategic blunder.  And this, of course, comes in the wake of earlier strategic ‘mistakes’: the Yemen war, the siege of Qatar, the Hariri abduction, the Ritz-Carlton princely shakedowns.

To remedy this lacuna, an ‘uncle’ (Prince Ahmad bin Abdel Aziz) has been dispatched from exile in the West to Riyadh (with security guarantees from the US and UK intelligences services) to bring order into these unruly affairs, and to institute some checks and balances into the MbS coterie of advisers, so as to prevent further impetuous ‘mistakes’.  It seems too, that the US Congress wants the Yemen war, which Prince Ahmad consistently has opposed (as he opposed MbS elevation as Crown Prince), stopped. (General Mattis has called for a ceasefire within 30 days.) It is a step toward repairing the Kingdom’s image.

MbS remains - for now - as Crown Prince. President Sisi and Prime Minister Netanyahu both have expressed their support for MbS and “as U.S. officials contemplate a more robust response [to the Khashoggi killing], Kushner has emphasized the importance of the U.S.-Saudi alliance in the region”, the Washington Post reports. MbS’ Uncle (who as a son of King Abdel Aziz, under the traditional succession system, would be himself in line for the throne), no doubt hopes to try to undo some of the damage done to the standing of the al-Saud family, and to that of the Kingdom.  Will he succeed?  Will MbS accede now to Ahmad unscrambling the very centralisation of power that made MbS so many enemies, in the first place, to achieve it?  Has the al-Saud family the will, or are they too disconcerted by events?

And might President Erdogan throw more wrenches into this delicate process by further leaking evidence Turkey has, if Washington does not attend sufficiently to his demands.  Erdogan seems ready to pitch for the return of Ottoman leadership for the Sunni world, and likely still holds some high-value cards up his sleeve (such as intercepts of phone calls between the murder cell and Riyadh).  These cards though are devaluing as the news cycle shifts to the US mid-terms.

Time will tell, but it is this nexus of uncertain dynamics to which Bruce Reidel refers, when he talks of ‘instability’ in Saudi ArabiaThe question posed here, though, is how might these events affect Netanyahu’s and MbS’ ‘war’ on Iran?

May 2018 now seems a distant era.  Trump is still the same ‘Trump’, but Putin is not the same Putin. The Russian Defence Establishment has weighed in with their President to express their displeasure at Israeli air strikes on Syria - purportedly targeting Iranian forces in Syria.  The Russian Defence Ministry too, has enveloped Syria in a belt of missiles and electronic disabling systems across the Syrian airspace. Politically, the situation has changed too: Germany and France have joined the Astana Process for Syria. Europe wants Syrian refugees to return home, and that translates into Europe demanding stability in Syria. Some Gulf States too, have tentatively begun normalising with the Syrian state.

The Americans are still in Syria; but a newly invigorated Erdogan (after the release of the US pastor, and with all the Khashoggi cards, produced by Turkish intelligence, in his pocket), intends to crush the Kurdish project in north and eastern Syria, espoused by Israel and the US.  MbS, who was funding this project, on behalf of US and Israel, will cease his involvement (as a part of the demands made by Erdogan over the Khashoggi murder). Washington too wants the Yemen war, which was intended to serve as Iran’s ‘quagmire’, to end forthwith.  And Washington wants the attrition of Qatar to stop, too.

These represent major unravelings of the Netanyahu project for the Middle East, but most significant are two further setbacks:

First, the loss of Netanyahu’s and MbS’ stovepipe to Trump, via Jared Kushner, by-passing all America’s own system of ‘checks and balances’.  The Kushner ‘stovepipe’ neither forewarned Washington of coming ‘mistakes’, nor was Kushner able to prevent them. Both Congress and the Intelligences Services of the US and UK are already elbowing into these affairs.  They are not MbS fans.  It is no secret that Prince Mohamed bin Naif was their man (he is still under ‘palace arrest’).

Trump will still hope to continue his ‘Iran project’ and his Deal of the Century between Israel and the Palestinians (led nominally by Saudi Arabia herding together the Sunni world, behind it).  Trump does not seek war with Iran, but rather is convinced of a popular uprising in Iran that will topple the state. 

And the second setback is that Prince Ahmad’s clear objective must be other than this - instability in, or conflict with, Iran.  His is to restore the family’s standing, and to recoup something of its leadership credentials in the Sunni world, which has been shredded by the war in Yemen – and is now under direct neo-Ottoman challenge from Turkey.  The al-Saud family, one may surmise, will have no appetite to replace one disastrous and costly war (Yemen), with another – an even greater conflict, with its large and powerful neighbor, Iran.  It makes no sense now.  Perhaps this is why we see signs of Israel rushing to hurry Arab state normalisation – even absent any amelioration for the Palestinians.

Nehum Barnea presciently noted in his May article in Yediot Ahoronot:

“Trump could have declared a US withdrawal [from the JCPOA], and made do with that. But under the influence of Netanyahu and of his new team, he chose to go one step further. The economic sanctions on Iran will be much tighter, beyond what they were, before the nuclear agreement was signed. “Hit them in their pockets”, Netanyahu advised Trump: “if you hit them in their pockets, they will choke; and when they choke, they will throw out the ayatollahs””.

This was another bit of ‘stovepiped’ advice passed directly to the US President. 

His officials might have warned him that it was fantasy.  There is no example of sanctions alone having toppled a state; and whilst the US can use its claim of judicial hegemony as an enforcement mechanism, the US has effectively isolated itself in sanctioning Iran: Europe wants no further insecurity. It wants no more refugees heading to Europe. Was it Trump’s tough stance that brought Kim to the table?  Or, perhaps contrarily, might Kim have seen a meeting with Trump simply as the price that he had to pay in order to advance Korean re-unification?  Was Trump warned that Iran would suffer economic pain, but that it would nonetheless persevere, in spite of sanctions? No – well, that’s the problem inherent in listening principally to ‘stovepipes’.


          Another Truce? Why Hamas Cannot Be Trusted - by Bassam Tawil      Cache   Translate Page      
...Israel is being asked to give those who seek its destruction yet another chance. Israel is being asked to give those who seek its destruction more fishing areas that will facilitate their mission of smuggling weapons into the Gaza Strip. Israel is being asked to open its borders to oblige those who call for its destruction day and night. Israel is being asked to send fuel and medical aid to those who burn its flags and, on a daily basis, in the mosques and public squares of the Gaza Strip, call for its obliteration.

Bassam Tawil..
Gatestone Institute..
05 November '18..

It is no secret that most of the Arab countries do not trust Hamas, the Palestinian Islamist group. President Mahmoud Abbas's Palestinian Authority, for instance, as well as many Palestinians, do not have any confidence in Hamas, particularly after the summer of 2007, when the Islamist movement violently seized control of the Gaza Strip. Earlier this year, Abbas threatened that "shoes will be pouring" onto the heads of Hamas leaders.

Now, however, Israel is being asked to trust Hamas. This request is coming from Egypt, Qatar, and the United Nations, whose representatives have been working hard the past few weeks to arrange a truce agreement between Israel and Hamas.

According to unconfirmed reports, the proposed truce calls for reopening all the border crossings between the Gaza Strip on one side, and Israel and Egypt on the other. The truce also apparently calls for expanding the fishing zone off the Gaza Strip coast to 9 miles; paying salaries to thousands of Hamas employees, and increasing fuel supplies to the only power plant in Gaza. Qatar -- a country that has long been supporting the Muslim Brotherhood and its offshoot, Hamas -- will be required to pay for the fuel and the salaries, according to the proposed truce agreement.

What will Israel get in return? Calm. This means a Hamas promise temporarily to stop launching terrorist attacks on Israel from the Gaza Strip. This promise by Hamas also includes temporarily halting the weekly, Hamas-sponsored, violent riots along the border between the Gaza Strip and Israel.

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Senior Sudanese Official to Visit Eritrea Soon for Normalization Talks: Sources
Eritrean President Issaias Afeworki(R), seen here in March 2007 with Sudanese President Omer al-Beshir

November 6, 2018 (KHARTOUM) - The Sudanese Presidential Assistant Faisal Hassan Ibrahim would visit Asmara soon to discuss normalization of bilateral relations between Sudan and Eritrea, an informed source told Sudan Tribune on Tuesday

n January 2018, Sudan accused Eritrea of supporting rebel groups and closed the border after the deployment of thousands of troops. Four months later, Asmara accused Sudan, Ethiopia and Qatar of supporting armed opposition groups to overthrow President Isaias Afewerki’s government.

But in July, Ethiopia and Eritrea reconciled and normalized relations between the two neighbouring countries.

An informed source told Sudan Tribune that contacts between the two countries have been activated during the previous period, disclosing that Eritrea’s Ambassador to Khartoum has recently met with several Sudanese officials.

He pointed out that the Eritrean Ambassador has conveyed to the Sudanese officials President Isaias Afewerki’s queries about the reasons that led to the tensions and whether or not there were other parties that have intervened to spoil relations between the two countries.

The same source added the Sudanese officials told the Eritrean envoy that the deployment of troops on the border last January was a mere preventive measure to respond to any potential attack on the country.

It is noteworthy that Presidential Assistant Musa Mohamed Ahmed last week denied reports that he has engaged in talks with the Eritrean officials to ease tensions between the two countries during a recent visit to Asmara, saying he travelled to Eritrea to spend his annual holidays with his family.

However, the source underlined that Ahmed’s visit to Asmara “wasn’t necessarily a private affair”.

The same source stressed that Presidential Assistant Faisal Hassan Ibrahim is preparing to visit Asmara soon to normalize relations”.

Sudan’s ruling National Congress Party (NCP) last June reiterated its keenness to develop a constructive relationship with neighbouring Eritrea.

Last September the IGAD Council of Minister said it would discuss the normalization of relations between Djibouti and Eritrea; and between Eritrea and Sudan. However, the east African bloc did not make any mention to the matter in it its statement after the meeting of 12 September.

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          The Unraveling Of The Netanyahu Project For The Middle East      Cache   Translate Page      

Authored by Alastair Crooke via The Strategic Culture Foundation,

Nahum Barnea, a leading Israeli commentator, writing in Yedioth Ahronoth in May (in Hebrew), set out, unambiguously, the ‘deal’ behind Trump’s Middle East policy:

In the wake of the US exit from JCPOA [which occurred on 8 May], Trump, Barnea wrote, will threaten a rain of ‘fire and fury’ onto Tehran … whilst Putin is expected to restrain Iran from attacking Israel using Syrian territory, thus leaving Netanyahu free to set new ‘rules of the game’ by which the Israel may attack and destroy Iranian forces anywhere in Syria (and not just in the border area, as earlier agreed) when it wishes, without fear of retaliation.

This represented one level to the Netanyahu strategy: Iranian restraint, plus Russian acquiescence to coordinated Israeli air operations over Syria.

 “There is only one thing that isn’t clear [concerning this deal]”, a senior Israeli Defence official closest to Netanyahu, told Ben Caspit, “that is, who works for whom? Does Netanyahu work for Trump, or is President Trump at the service of Netanyahu ... From the outside … it looks like the two men are perfectly in sync. From the inside, this seems even more so: This kind of cooperation … sometimes makes it seem as if they are actually just one single, large office”.

There has been, from the outset, a second level, too:

This entire ‘inverted pyramid’ of Middle East engineering had, as its single point of departure, Mohammed bin Salman (MbS).

It was Jared Kushner, the Washington Post reports, who “championed Mohammed as a reformer poised to usher the ultraconservative, oil-rich monarchy into modernity. Kushner privately argued for months, last year, that Mohammed would be key to crafting a Middle East peace plan, and that with the prince’s blessing, much of the Arab world would follow”. It was Kushner, the Post continued, “who pushed his father-in-law to make his first foreign trip as president to Riyadh, against objections from then-Secretary of State Rex Tillerson - and warnings from Defense Secretary Jim Mattis”.

Well, now MbS has, in one form or another, been implicated in the Khashoggi murder.  Bruce Riedel of Brookings, a longtime Saudi observer and former senior CIA & US defence official, notes, “for the first time in 50 years, the kingdom has become a force for instability” (rather than stability in the region), and suggests that there is an element  of ‘buyer’s remorse’ now evident in parts of Washington.

The ‘seamless office process’ to which the Israeli official referred with Caspit, is known as ‘stovepiping’, which is when a foreign state’s policy advocacy and intelligence are passed straight to a President’s ear – omitting official Washington from the ‘loop’; by-passing any US oversight; and removing the opportunity for officials to advise on its content.  Well, this has now resulted in the Khashoggi strategic blunder.  And this, of course, comes in the wake of earlier strategic ‘mistakes’: the Yemen war, the siege of Qatar, the Hariri abduction, the Ritz-Carlton princely shakedowns.

To remedy this lacuna, an ‘uncle’ (Prince Ahmad bin Abdel Aziz) has been dispatched from exile in the West to Riyadh (with security guarantees from the US and UK intelligences services) to bring order into these unruly affairs, and to institute some checks and balances into the MbS coterie of advisers, so as to prevent further impetuous ‘mistakes’.  It seems too, that the US Congress wants the Yemen war, which Prince Ahmad consistently has opposed (as he opposed MbS elevation as Crown Prince), stopped. (General Mattis has called for a ceasefire within 30 days.) It is a step toward repairing the Kingdom’s image.

MbS remains - for now - as Crown Prince. President Sisi and Prime Minister Netanyahu both have expressed their support for MbS and “as U.S. officials contemplate a more robust response [to the Khashoggi killing], Kushner has emphasized the importance of the U.S.-Saudi alliance in the region”, the Washington Post reports. MbS’ Uncle (who as a son of King Abdel Aziz, under the traditional succession system, would be himself in line for the throne), no doubt hopes to try to undo some of the damage done to the standing of the al-Saud family, and to that of the Kingdom.  Will he succeed?  Will MbS accede now to Ahmad unscrambling the very centralisation of power that made MbS so many enemies, in the first place, to achieve it?  Has the al-Saud family the will, or are they too disconcerted by events?

And might President Erdogan throw more wrenches into this delicate process by further leaking evidence Turkey has, if Washington does not attend sufficiently to his demands.  Erdogan seems ready to pitch for the return of Ottoman leadership for the Sunni world, and likely still holds some high-value cards up his sleeve (such as intercepts of phone calls between the murder cell and Riyadh).  These cards though are devaluing as the news cycle shifts to the US mid-terms.

Time will tell, but it is this nexus of uncertain dynamics to which Bruce Reidel refers, when he talks of ‘instability’ in Saudi ArabiaThe question posed here, though, is how might these events affect Netanyahu’s and MbS’ ‘war’ on Iran?

May 2018 now seems a distant era.  Trump is still the same ‘Trump’, but Putin is not the same Putin. The Russian Defence Establishment has weighed in with their President to express their displeasure at Israeli air strikes on Syria - purportedly targeting Iranian forces in Syria.  The Russian Defence Ministry too, has enveloped Syria in a belt of missiles and electronic disabling systems across the Syrian airspace. Politically, the situation has changed too: Germany and France have joined the Astana Process for Syria. Europe wants Syrian refugees to return home, and that translates into Europe demanding stability in Syria. Some Gulf States too, have tentatively begun normalising with the Syrian state.

The Americans are still in Syria; but a newly invigorated Erdogan (after the release of the US pastor, and with all the Khashoggi cards, produced by Turkish intelligence, in his pocket), intends to crush the Kurdish project in north and eastern Syria, espoused by Israel and the US.  MbS, who was funding this project, on behalf of US and Israel, will cease his involvement (as a part of the demands made by Erdogan over the Khashoggi murder). Washington too wants the Yemen war, which was intended to serve as Iran’s ‘quagmire’, to end forthwith.  And Washington wants the attrition of Qatar to stop, too.

These represent major unravelings of the Netanyahu project for the Middle East, but most significant are two further setbacks:

First, the loss of Netanyahu’s and MbS’ stovepipe to Trump, via Jared Kushner, by-passing all America’s own system of ‘checks and balances’.  The Kushner ‘stovepipe’ neither forewarned Washington of coming ‘mistakes’, nor was Kushner able to prevent them. Both Congress and the Intelligences Services of the US and UK are already elbowing into these affairs.  They are not MbS fans.  It is no secret that Prince Mohamed bin Naif was their man (he is still under ‘palace arrest’).

Trump will still hope to continue his ‘Iran project’ and his Deal of the Century between Israel and the Palestinians (led nominally by Saudi Arabia herding together the Sunni world, behind it).  Trump does not seek war with Iran, but rather is convinced of a popular uprising in Iran that will topple the state. 

And the second setback is that Prince Ahmad’s clear objective must be other than this - instability in, or conflict with, Iran.  His is to restore the family’s standing, and to recoup something of its leadership credentials in the Sunni world, which has been shredded by the war in Yemen – and is now under direct neo-Ottoman challenge from Turkey.  The al-Saud family, one may surmise, will have no appetite to replace one disastrous and costly war (Yemen), with another – an even greater conflict, with its large and powerful neighbor, Iran.  It makes no sense now.  Perhaps this is why we see signs of Israel rushing to hurry Arab state normalisation – even absent any amelioration for the Palestinians.

Nehum Barnea presciently noted in his May article in Yediot Ahoronot:

“Trump could have declared a US withdrawal [from the JCPOA], and made do with that. But under the influence of Netanyahu and of his new team, he chose to go one step further. The economic sanctions on Iran will be much tighter, beyond what they were, before the nuclear agreement was signed. “Hit them in their pockets”, Netanyahu advised Trump: “if you hit them in their pockets, they will choke; and when they choke, they will throw out the ayatollahs””.

This was another bit of ‘stovepiped’ advice passed directly to the US President. 

His officials might have warned him that it was fantasy.  There is no example of sanctions alone having toppled a state; and whilst the US can use its claim of judicial hegemony as an enforcement mechanism, the US has effectively isolated itself in sanctioning Iran: Europe wants no further insecurity. It wants no more refugees heading to Europe. Was it Trump’s tough stance that brought Kim to the table?  Or, perhaps contrarily, might Kim have seen a meeting with Trump simply as the price that he had to pay in order to advance Korean re-unification?  Was Trump warned that Iran would suffer economic pain, but that it would nonetheless persevere, in spite of sanctions? No – well, that’s the problem inherent in listening principally to ‘stovepipes’.


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KABUL: Taliban militants attacked a border outpost in western Afghanistan on Tuesday, killing 20 Afghan soldiers in the latest assault likely to compound fears that security forces are facing an unsustainable casualty toll.

Sparsely-populated Farah, on the border with Iran, has seen months of heavy fighting, with hundreds of policemen and soldiers killed. The Taliban threatened to seize the provincial capital in May.

In the latest violence in the province, the insurgents assaulted the border post manned by about 50 Afghan soldiers before dawn, officials in the area said.

At least 20 soldiers were known to have been killed, several wounded and the others were missing, said a senior military officer who declined to be identified as he is not authorised to speak to media.

“Hours after the attack, we lost contact with the base and we still do not know whereabouts of the remaining soldiers,” the officer said.

The Taliban, fighting to oust foreign forces and overthrow the Kabul government, claimed responsibility saying they had captured the base, killed 30 soldiers and seized weapons and ammunition.

Some officials in Farah have accused Iran, which the United States says is trying to extend its influence in western Afghanistan, of providing the insurgents with money and weapons. Iran denies the allegation.

The attack underlined the struggle Afghan security forces face in confronting the insurgents, who have steadily extended their control in the countryside, even though the government holds all provincial centres.

On Monday, the militants captured an important security post outside the central city of Ghazni, killing 13 members of government forces and underscoring their vulnerability even in areas where defences have been bolstered.

More than 17 years after US-led forces toppled the Taliban regime, Afghan forces are dying in record numbers with Afghan and US officials warning that the casualty rate is not sustainable.

In September alone, more than 500 Afghan soldiers were killed and hundreds wounded, the Defence Ministry said.

Tentative steps towards peace talks between the Taliban and the United States have had no impact on the level of attacks.

The US special envoy for peace in Afghanistan, Zalmay Khalilzad, met Taliban leaders in Qatar last month. The Taliban will also join multilateral peace talks hosted by Russia this week.

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Asia Bibi, il silenzio degli indecenti

La figura di Asia Bibi – che preferisce morire per Cristo piuttosto che rinnegare Gesù per avere salva la vita - si staglia ancora più luminosa se paragonata alla pusillanimità del mondo sociale, politico, ecclesiale che la circonda. Europa, Italia, Santa Sede, i perché di un silenzio ingiustificabile.


La figura di Asia Bibi – che preferisce morire per Cristo piuttosto che rinnegare Gesù per avere salva la vita - si staglia ancora più luminosa se paragonata alla pusillanimità del mondo sociale, politico, ecclesiale che la circonda.


Asia è stata assolta dalla Corte Suprema il 31 ottobre dal reato di blasfemia, ma la violenta reazione dei gruppi islamisti, in particolare il partito Therek-i-Labbaik, ha spinto il nuovo governo ad arrendersi: Asia Bibi sarà inserita nella lista delle persone che non possono lasciare il paese, e il governo non si opporrà al ricorso alla Corte Suprema contro la sua assoluzione. Se andrà bene Asia Bibi dovrà vivere nascosta, e di fatto prigioniera, da qualche parte in Pakistan per tutta la vita. Il tutto per far ritornare alla normalità le principali città, le cui strade sono state letteralmente invase nei giorni scorsi da centinaia di migliaia di musulmani inferociti per l’assoluzione, che hanno provocato distruzioni e morti. Si tratta di un clamoroso cedimento di fronte alle minacce, un cedimento di cui ben presto il nuovo capo del governo, Imran Khan, si troverà a pagare le conseguenze.

Fuori dal Pakistan le cose stanno andando anche peggio. Asia Bibi sembra un argomento scomodo, tutti fanno finta di non vedere. Non c’è stata alcuna cancelleria occidentale che abbia detto una parola sul caso e, più in generale, sulla legge contro la blasfemia, la “legge nera” come è stata definita. Anzi, abbiamo avuto la settimana scorsa una sentenza della Corte Europea dei Diritti Umani (Cedu) che legittima le basi della legge sulla blasfemia anche in Europa (clicca qui). Per qualche settimana - dal momento in cui è stato annunciato che la Corte aveva deciso, fino a quando la sentenza è stata effettivamente resa pubblica - avevamo pensato e sperato che ci fossero dei movimenti diplomatici sottobanco per garantire di portare al sicuro Asia Bibi prima che la sua assoluzione fosse annunciata.

Evidentemente non era così, e non una sola parola è stata spesa neanche di fronte alla violenza di questi giorni. Ieri è stato annunciato che il marito di Asia Bibi ha chiesto asilo politico a Stati Uniti, Canada e Gran Bretagna, dove nel frattempo troverà riparo l’avvocato della donna, Saif ul-Malook, un musulmano che ha messo a rischio la sua vita per difendere una cristiana.

A questo proposito fa un immenso dispiacere aver letto che di passaggio a Roma sia stato trattato alla stregua di un potenziale terrorista, sottoposto a un interrogatorio in aeroporto: «Non metterò più piede in Italia – ha dichiarato all’inviata del Corriere della Sera sull’aereo che lo portava da Roma ad Amsterdam -, a Roma mi sono sentito accolto come un terrorista, è stato avvilente per uno che ha messo a repentaglio la sua vita per combattere contro i fondamentalisti. E fa ancora più male che mi abbiano trattato così nel Paese del Papa, dopo che sono stato costretto a lasciare la mia casa in Pakistan per difendere una donna cattolica».

È triste dover constatare la pessima figura fatta dal nostro governo, che ha evidentemente ignorato totalmente il caso al punto di non sapere neanche chi fosse l’avvocato di Asia Bibi, una vera vergogna istituzionale. E pensare che sarebbe stata invece una occasione d’oro anche politica per far vedere che l’Italia difende coloro che hanno davvero i titoli per avere lo status di rifugiato, e si batte davvero per i cristiani perseguitati, non solo con gli slogan. E invece nulla.

Né questa assenza può essere giustificata dal fatto che «nel paese del Papa» certi interventi di solito avvengono anche su input della Santa Sede. Anzi, sarebbe stata l’occasione per dare uno schiaffo morale a tutti quei prelati che un giorno sì e l’altro pure attaccano il governo perché non accetta un’immigrazione senza controllo.

E qui veniamo all’altro silenzio pesante. Proprio da quanto appena scritto, si ricava che dalla Segreteria di Stato vaticana non è arrivata alcuna richiesta al governo italiano di fare qualcosa per Asia Bibi, la sua famiglia e quanti in Pakistan l’hanno difesa. Né c’è mai stato un minimo appello pubblico per i cristiani pakistani.
I benevoli dicono che il silenzio è forse l’atteggiamento migliore per evitare conseguenze peggiori ai cristiani. Balle, il silenzio può avere un valore se serve a non mettere a rischio delle azioni condotte discretamente per salvare delle persone. Ma qui è ormai evidente che il silenzio di questi anni ha solo peggiorato le condizioni dei cristiani in Pakistan, e non solo, e che non c’è alcuna azione di salvataggio in corso. C’è solo ignavia e codardia.

Però proviamo a chiederci: cosa c’è che imbarazza tanto di questa donna cattolica da impedire un qualsiasi gesto di solidarietà da parte delle istituzioni? Non è facile dirlo, tanta è la sproporzione tra la gravità e pubblicità del caso da una parte e la totale inattività dall’altra. Possiamo soltanto mettere in rilievo qualche elemento.

Per quanto riguarda l’Europa è evidente – ne abbiamo parlato a proposito della sentenza Cedu – che c’è un processo graduale di sottomissione all’islam: è l’esito sia di una debolezza culturale legata al relativismo che ha sostituito la cultura cristiana (rileggersi il discorso di papa Benedetto XVI a Ratisbona e il discorso del cardinale Giacomo Biffi alla città di Bologna su immigrazione e islam), sia di una sempre maggiore dipendenza delle nostre economie dai soldi di paesi come Qatar e Arabia Saudita, che impongono anche il lor islam aggressivo.

Quanto alla Chiesa, c’è sicuramente oggi prevalente una concezione di dialogo con l’islam che sacrifica la verità a rapporti formalmente amichevoli. Formalmente appunto: belle parole con l’università al Azhar del Cairo, ma il martirio dei copti in Egitto va avanti senza tregua, come abbiamo visto nei giorni scorsi. Grandi convegni tra religioni organizzati dalla Comunità di Sant’Egidio con il sostegno vaticano, ma la repressione dei cristiani nei paesi islamici aumenta come solito. Si può capire che sollevare un caso come quello di Asia Bibi o di altre comunità perseguitate disturba questo progetto di dialogo, perciò si fa finta di non vedere.

Ma c’è un altro elemento anche più inquietante e meno politico. Quella di Asia Bibi è una forma di martirio che, pur essendo tipica della tradizione cristiana, non è oggi di moda in Vaticano. Lo stiamo vedendo per quel che riguarda la Cina: alla fine la Santa Sede sta disprezzando quegli eroi della fede che hanno resistito per decenni alla pressione del regime comunista per dare ragione a quanti hanno ceduto al compromesso, a chi si è fatto servo del Partito comunista. E nel frattempo si promuovono come esempi di santità quanti – vedi il vescovo Angelelli in Argentina– sono più noti per le loro battaglie di giustizia politica che non per la cristallina appartenenza a Cristo. Si capisce allora che in questo contesto la semplice testimonianza di una donna di famiglia che, ingiustamente accusata di blasfemia, preferisce morire per Cristo piuttosto che scendere a compromessi con il potere; che non ha mai lottato per i poveri, ma da povera ha mostrato che l’unica giustizia è la libertà dei figli di Dio; una donna così più ancora che imbarazzante è incomprensibile.

Riccardo Cascioli
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06 November 2018, News Wires — Qatar named new heads to its giant state-run energy firm and deep-pocketed sovereign wealth fund on Sunday while appointing the CEO of its largest bank as its new trade minister. It was the first government shuffle in Qatar, the world’s top liquefied natural gas producer, since early 2016, but diplomats …
          Qatari royal showcases jewel of the Maharajas      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Lucian Șova a avut consultări cu omologul său din Qatar      Cache   Translate Page      
Ministrul Transporturilor, Lucian Șova, aflat în vizită oficială în Qatar cu delegația condusă de premierul României, s-a întâlnit marți, 6 noiembrie a.c., la Doha cu Jasim bin Saif Al Sulaiti, ministrul Transporturilor și Comunicațiilor din statul Qatar. Cei doi oficiali au discutat despre...
          Premierul Viorica Dăncilă, întrevedere cu ES Șeicul Abdullah bin Nasser bin Khalifa Al Thani, prim-ministrul Statului Qatar      Cache   Translate Page      
Prim-ministrul României, Viorica Dăncilă, a avut marti, 6 noiembrie 2018, o întrevedere cu ES Șeicul Abdullah bin Nasser bin Khalifa Al Thani, prim-ministrul statului Qatar.  Cei doi înalți oficiali au exprimat apreciere față de nivelul cooperării bilaterale și au agreat asupra importanței...
          Viorica Dăncilă a avut o întrevedere cu Șeicul Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, Emirul Statului Qatar      Cache   Translate Page      
Prim-ministrul României, Viorica Dăncilă, a avut marți, 6 noiembrie 2018, o întrevedere cu Alteța Sa Regală Șeicul Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, Emirul Statului Qatar, în deschiderea vizitei sale oficiale la Doha. Pe parcursul întrevederii, înalții oficiali au urmărit să identifice modalitățile optime...
          Football Leaks : le savoir est une arme ?      Cache   Translate Page      
Comme toutes les bonnes séries, les Football Leaks ont fait attendre leur saison 2. L'opération internationale d'investigation sur le petit monde du foot menée par des médias européens, dont Mediapart en France, a donc dégainé ce vendredi sa seconde salve, en attendant le reste des orgues de Staline. Après les péchés fiscaux de nos stars à crampons, ce sont désormais les arcanes ancillaires des palais du ballon rond, qu'ils soient suisses, qataris ou parisiens, qui se trouvent exposés au grand jour. Apprend-on quelque chose de neuf ? Non, mais désormais les preuves sont sur la table, sous les yeux de tous. Reste à savoir qui prendra la peine d'en tirer les conclusions.Tout a commencé par les malheurs de Cristiano Ronaldo. Après avoir dévoilé son peu d'inclination pour la répartition des richesses, les Football Leaks avaient également ensuite éclairé un…
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          Qatar- Amir's speech provides roadmap of nation's future, says Al Kuwari      Cache   Translate Page      
(MENAFN - The Peninsula) The Peninsula DOHA: The President of Qatar General Electricity and Water Corporation (Kahramaa), Eng Essa bin Hilal Al Kuwari (pictured), has said that t...
          Qatar Stars League Extends Partnership with STATS for Ninth Consecutive Season      Cache   Translate Page      
(MENAFN - News Services Group (NSG)) LONDON & DOHA, Qatar -Tuesday 6 November 2018 [ AETOS Wire ] Qatar Stars League Extends Partnership with STATS for Ninth Consecutive Seas...
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          Qatar- Analyst Wenger makes return to beIN      Cache   Translate Page      
(MENAFN - Gulf Times) Arsenal's legendary managerArsene Wenger is set to join beIN as a special guest to share his analysis for the group stages of the UEFA Champions League. Afte...
          Qatar announces aid for Gaza amid Israel truce talks      Cache   Translate Page      
Qatar has announced it will provide temporary support to 50,000 impoverished Gaza families as mediators attempt to broker a truce between the Palestinian...
          Soutien du Hamas, le Qatar annonce 5 millions de dollars d'aide aux pauvres de Gaza      Cache   Translate Page      

Le Qatar va verser cinq millions de dollars d’aide (4,35 millions d’euros) à 50.000 familles pauvres de Gaza, territoire palestinien sous le contrôle du mouvement islamiste Hamas dont la monarchie du Golfe est un soutien de longue date. L’annonce de cette assistance coïncide avec des efforts internationaux pour dissiper les tensions dans et autour de...
          Watch: Stakes high for ambitious PSG project on trip to Napoli      Cache   Translate Page      

While the eye-watering investments from their Qatari owners continue to raise questions about Financial Fair Play, the reality is that Paris Saint-Germain face the genuine danger of an early elimination from the Champions League before taking on Napoli on Tuesday.New coach Thomas Tuchel has overseen a record-breaking start to the French season with 12 wins from 12 games in Ligue 1 after Kylian Mbappe and Neymar scored in a 2-1 victory over Lille on Friday.But the situation in Europe is very different. The two most expensive players in the world did not distinguish themselves when PSG lost 3-2 at Liverpool in September, and two weeks ago it took an Angel di Maria goal in injury time to earn the French side a 2-2 draw at home to Napoli.Tuchel’s team currently sit third in Champions League Group C, two points behind Liverpool and one adrift of Carlo Ancelotti’s Napoli, with Red Star Belgrade the whipping boys in the section.A defeat in the heated atmosphere of the San Paolo on Tuesday, then, and Paris could find themselves four points behind the top two with two games to play, including a home clash with Liverpool later this month.Tuchel needs a big performance from his star...
          Kualifikasi Piala AFC 2020: Timnas Indonesia U-23 Gabung Grup Berat      Cache   Translate Page      

Liputan6.com, Kuala Lumpur - Undian kualifikasi Piala AFC U-23 2020 telah dilangsungkan di Malaysia, Rabu (7/11/2018). Timnas Indonesia U-23 masuk di grup berat.

Garuda Muda, sebutan Timnas Indonesia U-23, berada di zona timur. Timnas Indonesia tergabung di Grup K bersama Vietnam, Thailand, dan Brunei Darussalam.

Bila dilihat, Grup K merupakan negara-negara yang berada di kawasan Asia Tenggara. Namun sudah jelas, grup ini sangat berat.

Pasalnya, Vietnam merupakan finalis Piala AFC U-23 2018. Mereka juga akan menjadi tuan rumah Grup K di babak kualifikasi Piala AFC U-23 2020. Sedangkan Thailand merupakan tuan rumah Piala AFC U-23 2020.

Perjuangan Timnas Indonesia U-23 di babak kualifikasi Piala AFC U-23 2020 akan dimulai pada 22 hingga 26 Maret tahun depan.

Juara grup dipastikan lolos, sedangkan runner up akan dipilih empat atau lima akan ada empat atau lima runner-up terbaik dari 11 tim runner-up fase kualifikasi yang akan lolos tergantung apakah Thailand masuk dalam dua posisi teratas atau tidak di Grup K.

Hasil Undian Kualifikasi Piala AFC U-23 2020

Zona Barat

Grup A Qatar*, Oman, Nepal, Afganistan

Grup B Palestina, Bahrain*, Bangladesh, Sri Langka

Grup C Irak, Iran*, Turkmenistan, Yaman

Grup D Arab Saudi*, Uni Emirat Arab, Lebanon, Maladewa

Grup E Yordania, Suriah, Kirgistan, Kuwait*

Grup F Uzbekistan*, Tajikistan, India, Pakistan

Zona Timur

Grup G Korea Utara, Hong Kong, Singapura, Mongolia*

Grup H Korea Selatan, Australia, Kamboja*, Cina Taipei

Grup I Jepang, Myanmar*, Timor Leste, Makau

Grup J Malaysia*, China, Laos, Filipina

Grup K Vietnam*, Thailand, Indonesia, Brunei Darussalam.

Keterangan: * tuan rumah

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          QATAR AIRWAYS E’ LA PRIMA COMPAGNIA AD UTILIZZARE GLOBALBEACON PER IL TRACCIAMENTO CONTINUO DEI VOLI      Cache   Translate Page      

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          Qatari issuances continue to see positive appetite      Cache   Translate Page      

By Satish Kanady I The Peninsula DOHA: Qatar, the lead GCC sovereign issuer in the first half of 2018, is likely to remain muted in the government issuance rest of the year, may be in the first quarter of 2019 as well. With most FIFA-linked infrastructure getting closer to the final phase, coupled with a […]

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          Mobile radar to monitor 16 Qatar roads (Tuesday, November 6, 2018)      Cache   Translate Page      

The Peninsula Online There is one change today in the locations of mobile radars. Instead of F Ring Road, it is Al Refaa. Keep an eye on your speedometer to avoid fine and also to reach safe. Here are the locations for the radars today (Tuesday, November 6, 2018) Air Force Street – 100 km/h […]

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          Construction of ‘diamond in the desert’ progresses at rapid pace      Cache   Translate Page      

The Peninsula Online DOHA: Educational City stadium, a proposed 2022 FIFA World Cup Qatar host venue, nicknamed as the ‘diamond in the desert’ is seeing a lot of action these days as the construction work at the site is being carried out in full swing. This is evidenced by photos published by The Supreme Committee for […]

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          Yemen: Fighting flares near Hodeidah despite calls for peace      Cache   Translate Page      

Thousands trapped on the southern outskirts of Hodeidah as Saudi-led coalition forces battle Houthi fighters. Thousands of Yemeni civilians are trapped on the southern outskirts of the Red Sea port of Hodeidah as forces backed by a Saudi-led coalition battle Houthi fighters entrenched in the city, aid groups said. The alliance has massed thousands of […]

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          Saudi Arabia grilled over human rights record at UN council      Cache   Translate Page      

Riyadh’s delegation in Geneva faces torrent of condemnation over the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi. Delegations have been grilling Saudi Arabia on its human rights record at the UN in Geneva as it faces a torrent of international condemnation over the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi. Member states have also been criticising abuses of the Saudi-Emirati coalition’s role in the […]

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          US, China to hold delayed diplomatic, security dialogue      Cache   Translate Page      

High-level talks now set for Friday as world’s two largest economies look for ways to resolve damaging trade war. The United States and China will hold top-level diplomatic and security talks in Washington, DC, on Friday, amid moves to try and resolve a damaging trade war. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, Defense Secretary James Mattis, Chinese politburo […]

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          PSG : Le Qatar dégoûté et qui claque la porte, le scénario imaginé par Di Meco      Cache   Translate Page      

PSG : Le Qatar dégoûté et qui claque la porte, le scénario imaginé par Di Meco

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          Kualifikasi Piala AFC 2020: Timnas Indonesia U-23 Gabung Grup Berat      Cache   Translate Page      

Liputan6.com, Kuala Lumpur - Undian kualifikasi Piala AFC U-23 2020 telah dilangsungkan di Malaysia, Rabu (7/11/2018). Timnas Indonesia U-23 masuk di grup berat.

Garuda Muda, sebutan Timnas Indonesia U-23, berada di zona timur. Timnas Indonesia tergabung di Grup K bersama Vietnam, Thailand, dan Brunei Darussalam.

Bila dilihat, Grup K merupakan negara-negara yang berada di kawasan Asia Tenggara. Namun sudah jelas, grup ini sangat berat.

Pasalnya, Vietnam merupakan finalis Piala AFC U-23 2018. Mereka juga akan menjadi tuan rumah Grup K di babak kualifikasi Piala AFC U-23 2020. Sedangkan Thailand merupakan tuan rumah Piala AFC U-23 2020.

Perjuangan Timnas Indonesia U-23 di babak kualifikasi Piala AFC U-23 2020 akan dimulai pada 22 hingga 26 Maret tahun depan.

Juara grup dipastikan lolos, sedangkan runner up akan dipilih empat atau lima akan ada empat atau lima runner-up terbaik dari 11 tim runner-up fase kualifikasi yang akan lolos tergantung apakah Thailand masuk dalam dua posisi teratas atau tidak di Grup K.

Hasil Undian Kualifikasi Piala AFC U-23 2020

Zona Barat

Grup A Qatar*, Oman, Nepal, Afganistan

Grup B Palestina, Bahrain*, Bangladesh, Sri Langka

Grup C Irak, Iran*, Turkmenistan, Yaman

Grup D Arab Saudi*, Uni Emirat Arab, Lebanon, Maladewa

Grup E Yordania, Suriah, Kirgistan, Kuwait*

Grup F Uzbekistan*, Tajikistan, India, Pakistan

Zona Timur

Grup G Korea Utara, Hong Kong, Singapura, Mongolia*

Grup H Korea Selatan, Australia, Kamboja*, Cina Taipei

Grup I Jepang, Myanmar*, Timor Leste, Makau

Grup J Malaysia*, China, Laos, Filipina

Grup K Vietnam*, Thailand, Indonesia, Brunei Darussalam.

Keterangan: * tuan rumah

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          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]








          Qatar announces aid for Gaza amid Israel truce talks      Cache   Translate Page      
Qatar has announced it will provide temporary support to 50,000 impoverished Gaza families as mediators attempt to broker a truce between the Palestinian territory’s Islamist rulers Hamas and Israel. The Gulf state will provide $100 each to 50,000 poor families in the “next few days”, a statement from Qatar’s Gaza Reconstruction Committee said late Tuesday. […]
          Qatar cabinet reshuffle hands key ministries to top CEOs      Cache   Translate Page      

Qatari emir orders cabinet reshuffle, giving two big portfolios to banking and oil firm chief executives.


          Galler sous pavillon Qatari, Godiva chez les Turcs: petit aperçu de ces fleurons alimentaires belges passés à l'étranger      Cache   Translate Page      
Depuis ce 5 novembre 2018, les Qataris sont officiellement actionnaires uniques de Galler, un des fleurons du chocolat belge. Un domaine qui a connu de nombreux autres passages sous pavillon étranger, comme Côte d'Or, devenu suisse dans les années '80 avec...
          Jamal Khashoggi's Murder Finally Brings Media Attention to the Plight of Arab World's Exiled Critics      Cache   Translate Page      
Will it embolden or neuter the Arab world's autocratic regimes?

The gruesome and dramatic killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi in the Saudi consulate in Turkey has captivated media outlets around the world.

A columnist for the Washington Post, Khashoggi had been living in the United States since 2017 as a Saudi exile.

Some have frowned upon this excessive coverage, wondering why one particular instance of Saudi butchery was making headlines, while the Saudi-backed war in Yemen has been going on for years, has claimed the lives of thousands of children and hasn’t received a fraction of the attention.

But I think the coverage of Khashoggi’s murder is important. As an expert in Arab media, I’ve studied the cyberactivists who work to bring about political and social change in the Arab world.

For the first time, the media is bringing widespread attention to the real dangers faced every day by opponents of Arab regimes living abroad.

This was not the first, nor will it be the last, government-orchestrated crime against Arab journalists and activists who are living in exile. However, before Khashoggi’s death, many of these crimes went unnoticed or underreported.

The Arab Spring fizzles – and many flee

Beginning in 2011, waves of opposition to the regimes in power swept through six Arab countries: Tunisia, Libya, Egypt, Yemen, Syria and Bahrain.

Known as the Arab Spring, many of these protest movements had a similar set of demands: freedom, dignity and democracy.

Some of these countries were long led by dictators, such as Hosni Mubarak, who ruled Egypt for 30 years; Moammar Gadhafi, who ruled Libya for 42 years; and Zine El Abidine Ben Ali, who ruled Tunisia for 23 years. It was the first time in decades that these countries witnessed popular uprisings that shook the thrones of political leaders and ousted them from power.

Tunisia was able to chart a relatively smooth, peaceful path toward reform and democratization.

But it ended up being the exception.

The rest of the Arab Spring countries had brief dalliances with democracy, only to revert to a system of political oppression and authoritarianism.

Today, Libya is torn by sectarian strife; Yemen is being bombed day and night; Syria is experiencing the worst civil war in modern history; Egypt returned to a military dictatorship far worse than Mubarak’s; and Bahrain’s uprising was suppressed.

Fearing for their lives and safety – and unable to openly organize and express themselves – many of the leading Arab Spring activists and journalists fled their home countries.

Some, such as Egyptian blogger Wael Abbas, didn’t make it out and remain imprisoned in their home countries. Others, such as Egyptian blogger Maikel Nabil Sanad, are now living in exile.

Although Saudi Arabia wasn’t officially one of the Arab Spring countries, anti-government protests did crop up across the nation in 2011 and 2012. There was enough concern among the ruling class to further crack down and suppress opposing voices.

The heightened repression and stifling of freedom of expression in Saudi Arabia forced many dissidents and opponents to flee the country and, like their Arab Spring peers, exercise their opposition in the diaspora.

For many years, Jamal Khashoggi worked as a journalist in Saudi Arabia, eventually becoming editor-in-chief of the Saudi Arabian daily al-Watan. But in 2003, authorities removed him from his position after one of his columnists wrote a piece critical of an Islamic scholar. Khashoggi moved to London, bounced around the Middle East, and regularly wrote for the Dubai-based periodical al-Arabiya.

An attack on one, an attack on all

While Khashoggi eventually relocated to the U.S. in 2017, many political bloggers and activists who oppose Arab ruling regimes have moved to Turkey.

Dr. Ayman Nour, for example, was arrested in Egypt in 2005 for daring to run as a presidential candidate against former President Hosni Mubarak. After the military coup in Egypt in 2013, Nour founded al-Sharq, a Turkey-based opposition TV channel, which aims to expose the repression and authoritarianism of the current Egyptian regime.

Ayman Nour has criticized Egypt’s ruling regime from Turkey. AP Photo/Nasser Nouri

Shaken by Khashoggi’s murder, he and a number of prominent Arab and Turkish figures created the group “Jamal Khashoggi Friends Association” to raise international awareness about this hideous crime and the alarming message it sends to other opponents of autocratic regimes.

To activists like Nour, the attack on Khashoggi is an attack on everyone in the Arab opposition movement in the diaspora.

Unfortunately, their safety in their host countries has been far from guaranteed. In recent years, there have been a number of tragic incidents of violence and aggression directed at some of these activists.

Last year, Ahmed Barakat broke into the Istanbul apartment of his cousin, Syrian opposition activist Orouba Barakat, and her daughter, Halla Barakat, a journalist who worked for the Syrian opposition channel Orient News TV, and gruesomely slaughtered both of them. Many suspect that Ahmed Barakat, a former Free Syrian Army fighter, had been directed by the Assad regime to carry out the murders.

In March of this year, Saudi women’s rights activist Loujain al-Hathloul was plucked from the streets of Abu Dhabi by security forces who returned her to Saudi Arabia, where she remains imprisoned.

After Khashoggi’s murder, I reached out to a Syrian-American journalist living in exile in the United States, but who has contact with people in Turkey. Due to safety concerns, she spoke with me under condition of anonymity.

She noted that “especially after Khashoggi’s murder…the Turkish government [has] adopted tougher security measures.” But his death was only the latest. “Several Syrian opposition figures have been previously targeted and killed in Turkey,” she added.

Saudi opposition weak at home and abroad

Why aren’t the loudest voices opposing Khashoggi’s murder Saudi ones?

The country is, in many ways, a paradox.

On one hand, it has a very large, young, tech-savvy population and is the country with the fourth-largest number of Twitter users in the world.

On the other hand, however, there’s no freedom of the press, and public debate is pretty much nonexistent.

This explains why there has been complete silence inside Saudi Arabia around Khashoggi’s death aside from the ruling regime’s narrative, which has evolved from denial, to evasion, to partial confession.

While there has been a growing movement of Saudi opposition in the diaspora, unlike the Egyptian and Syrian opposition movements, which have been more organized and capable of creating their own associations, Saudi opponents remain few and far between. They are mostly young activists using their social media platforms to voice individual criticisms.

One such activist is Omar Abdulaziz. A friend of Khashoggi’s, the young Saudi dissident lives in Montreal, Canada.

Using his YouTube, Twitter and Instagram accounts, Omar is openly critical of the Saudi regime for its repression, corruption and human rights violations.

 

His vocal opposition hasn’t gone unpunished. In August 2018, the Saudi regime arrested two of his brothers and some of his friends in an act of retaliation. Yet, Omar has insisted that he won’t be silenced, intimidated or blackmailed.

Following Khashoggi’s murder, Omar described the Saudi crown prince as an “illegitimate leader” and a “killer” on Twitter and YouTube.

Because the price of activism – even abroad – can be so high, the public-facing Abdulaziz is an exception. Most Saudi opponents will keep a much lower profile, using pseudonyms or posting anonymously.

What happens next?

Authoritarian Arab regimes have tightened their grip on power and escalated their mechanisms of repression in the years since the Arab Spring uprisings.

Many of these regimes have been enabled by their own people, many of whom are either apathetic or supportive of their repressive policies: They prioritize the promise of stability over the dream of freedom.

They’ve also been emboldened by the current American administration, which practices a brand of realpolitik that prioritizes its economic interests over its values when dealing with autocrats and dictators.

But the death of Arab opponents such as Jamal Khashoggi doesn’t signal the death of Arab opposition.

With the whole world watching, texting, tweeting and chatting, I believe that many of these governments will eventually be condemned in the court of public opinion, both at home and abroad.

If anything positive came out of the tragic murder of Khashoggi, it is that there has finally been extensive global media attention given to an extrajudicial killing in the diaspora.

The Saudi regime might think twice about trying to pull off something similar.

Sahar Khamis, Associate Professor of Communication, University of Maryland

This article is republished from The Conversation under a Creative Commons license. Read the original article.


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Socrates28 wrote:
Sat Nov 03, 2018 9:13 pm
I believe they track different indexes and track different countries.
Don't "believe," teach yourself how to check. In a moment I'll do it myself and time how long it takes to get the answer.



First, supposing they do, it's pretty hard to see what difference it's made.

Blue: Fidelity Emerging Markets Index, FPMAX.

Orange: Vanguard Emerging Markets Index, VEIEX.

Green, for comparison, is a Fidelity developed markets index fund, FSIIX.



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Presumably you want emerging markets because they have behaved differently from developed markets. It seems to me that the two emerging markets index funds have both been very different from developed markets... and almost identical to each other. To me, the difference would matter at all. If there are index provider and country list differences, they're technicalities. Either fund has done its job adequately.



OK, now let's research. The time is 9:09 am.



Vanguard.com, type VEIEX in the "search the site or get a quote box," Portfolio & Management, Strategy & Policy link:

"FTSE Emerging Markets All Cap China A Inclusion Index."



Click Portfolio page, copy Country list, reformat in Excel...



China  35.20%

Taiwan  15.20%

India  11.00%

Brazil  7.00%

South Africa  6.70%

Thailand  4.20%

Russia  3.90%

Mexico  3.70%

Malaysia  3.30%

Indonesia  2.20%

Chile  1.30%

Philippines  1.20%

Qatar  1.00%

United Arab Emirates  0.90%

Turkey  0.70%

Colombia  0.50%

Greece  0.40%

Hungary  0.30%

Peru  0.40%

Czech Republic  0.20%

Egypt  0.20%

Kuwait  0.20%

Pakistan  0.20%

Other  0.10%



The time is now 9:13.



Fidelity.com, FPMAX in the quote box.



From the Summary page, Fund Overview, Strategy: "MSCI Emerging Markets Index"



Click Composition tab, copy Country list, add carriage return after each percentage...



China 29.96%

Korea (South) 14.40%

Taiwan 11.89%

India 8.27%

Brazil 5.95%

South Africa 5.93%

Russia 3.58%

Multi-Country - Emerging Markets 3.23%

Mexico 3.07%

Thailand 2.42%

Malaysia 2.36%

Indonesia 1.89%

Poland 1.18%

Chile 1.07%

Other Countries 4.80%



The time is now 9:18.



By the way, I just did a Google search: the MSCI Emerging Markets Index began including China A shares (whatever they are) just this year, June 2018.



Conclusion: Yes, they track different indexes with different country lists. What is an "emerging market" is a matter of opinion and there are at least six different authoritative opinions. I'm not really sure to evaluate the lists, but the biggest obvious difference is that MSCI thinks Korea is still an emerging market.
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          Infantino: "Petites chances" d'avoir un Mondial de foot à 48 dès 2022       Cache   Translate Page      
Le président de la Fifa Gianni Infantino a jugé mercredi "petites" les chances d'élargir la Coupe du monde de football à 48 équipes dès 2022 au Qatar et qu'il s'agissait d'un "difficile défi". "Je n'ai pas changé d'avis: je pense qu'accroître à 48 le nombre d'équipes au Mondial est une bonne chose pour le football. Voilà pourquoi nous le faisons pour le Mondial-2026", a expliqué M.
          The Continuing Palestinian Threats to Arab Normalization with Israel - by Khaled Abu Toameh      Cache   Translate Page      
...So, Fatah and Hamas cannot agree to pay their workers, they cannot agree on supplying electricity to the Gaza Strip, and they cannot agree on providing medical supplies to hospitals there. They do agree, however, on inflicting more harm and damage on their people. If they go on like this, the day will come when the Palestinians will discover that their friends and brothers have become their biggest enemies.

Khaled Abu Toameh..
Gatestone Institute..
07 November '18..

For more than 10 years now, Hamas and Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas's ruling Fatah faction have been at war with each other. Attempts by their Arab brothers, including Egypt, Saudi Arabia and Qatar, to solve the power struggle between the two rival Palestinian groups have thus far failed and are unlikely to succeed in the foreseeable future. The gap between Hamas and Fatah remains as wide as ever: the two parties despise each other. Fatah wants to return to the Gaza Strip; Hamas says it out loud: no. Fatah wants Hamas to disarm and cede control over the Gaza Strip; Hamas says no.

On one particular issue, however, the two sides lay aside their differences and see eye to eye. When it comes to Israel, one would be hard-pressed to distinguish between Fatah and Hamas.

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          Emiro del Qatar: lo scontro con Riyadh rischia di provocare ‘ferite durature’       Cache   Translate Page      

Nel discorso alla nazione il leader afferma che “le crisi passano” ma una “cattiva gestione” può causare “effetti permanenti”. Lo scontro con il Golfo segno del “fallimento” del Gcc. Il blocco non ha provocato effetti sulla vendita di petrolio e gas. Un richiamo alla morale e ai valori. Nessun riferimento ai diritti. 

 


          FIFA's 2022 World Cup expansion at risk from 28-day limit      Cache   Translate Page      

ZURICH (AP) — The 2022 World Cup must be played in just 28 days even if it is expanded to 48 teams, FIFA President Gianni Infantino said Wednesday, acknowledging that the tight schedule will make it even harder to push through his preferred vision of a bigger tournament.

FIFA will decide in March whether to add 16 teams to its showcase tournament in 2022, but Infantino said the chances of an expansion are "certainly small" because of the scheduling issues — and the fact that host Qatar would need help from some neighboring countries to stage some games.

A 48-team World Cup would entail playing 80 games in total, meaning up to six matches would have to be played on some days during the group stages to fit the 28-day window.

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          Obsèques émouvantes de l'entraîneur Mustapha Madih      Cache   Translate Page      
Obsèques émouvantes de l'entraîneur Mustapha Madih

Les funérailles de l’entraîneur Mustapha Madih, qui s’est éteint dimanche matin à Casablanca après un long combat contre la maladie, ont eu lieu après la prière d’Al Asr au cimetière Ar-Rahma de Casablanca.

De centaines de proches, amis, compagnons de route dans le domaine du football, des sportifs d’autres disciplines et des artistes ont accompagné le défunt à sa dernière demeure. 

L’un des techniciens les plus respectés, Madih a réussi à s’adjuger des sacres dans ses nombreux passages notamment coupe du trône et championnat tant avec l’Olympique de Khouribga qu’avec les FAR ainsi qu’une médaille à la tête de la sélection olympique marocaine aux Jeux de la Francophonie (Canada 2001) et le bronze à la coupe Arabe des Nations au Koweït en 2002.

La disparition de Madih, qui a dirigé de nombreux clubs tant au Maroc qu’à l’étranger (Libye et Qatar) ainsi que des sélections nationales marocaines, a laissé un grand vide dans le monde du ballon rond national.

Le défunt a été le long de sa carrière un cadre professionnel rompu et dévoué à sa tâche et a formé des dizaines de joueurs qui lui vouent une admiration sans faille tant il était pour eux plus qu’un entraîneur mais aussi un ami à leur écoute, a déclaré à la MAP l’ancien international et entraineur de la sélection du Beach Soccer Mustapha Haddaoui.

C’est une immense perte pour le football national surtout qu’il a été en tant que technicien un fervent défenseur du beau jeu et estimait que le public ne devait pas s’ennuyer en se déplaçant aux stades mais profiter d’un beau spectacle, a-t-il ajouté, faisant savoir que le défunt envisageait de mettre fin à sa longue carrière d’entraîneur avec les sélections nationales avant d’opter pour le management d’un club.

La famille footballistique est en deuil en ce jour avec la perte d’un grand technicien qui a consacré toute sa vie, avec passion et sérieux, au football, a indiqué, de son côté, le président de l’Amicale nationale des entraîneurs Abderrazak Rizkallah, alias Mendoza.

Louant les qualités humaines et sportives du défunt, qui a pris sous ses ailes des dizaines de jeunes, a rempli sa mission d’entraîneur laissant ses empreintes dans tous ses passages en tête des équipes, a relevé Mendoza.

Madih avait évolué, dans son jeune âge, en tant que joueur dans toutes les catégories du Racing de Casablanca (RAC) des minimes aux juniors puis disputant quelques matchs avec les senior avant d’aller en Belgique pour des études de médecine qu’il a arrêtées après deux ans.

Sa passion plus forte pour le ballon rond le poussa à rejoindre l’un des centres de formations dans ce pays pour rentrer au Maroc et mener une riche carrière, a-t-il rappelé



          Gianni Infantino: « petites chances » d’avoir un Mondial de foot à 48 dès 2022      Cache   Translate Page      
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Le président de la FIFA Gianni Infantino a jugé mercredi « petites » les chances d’élargir la Coupe du monde de football à 48 équipes dès 2022 au Qatar et qu’il s’agissait d’un « difficile défi ». « Je n’ai pas changé d’avis: je pense qu’accroître à 48 le nombre d’équipes au Mondial est une bonne chose pour le football. […]

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          El Bolillo convoca a Cifuente, “Cuco” Angulo y Achilier      Cache   Translate Page      

El director técnico de la Selección Ecuatoriana de Fútbol, Hernán Darío Gómez, realizó de forma oficial la convocatoria de la Tri para los partidos amistosos ante Perú y Panamá.     ¡Un nuevo paso en este camino que construiremos #JuntoshaciaQatar ! #ConvocatoriaTricolor #Amistosos @SeleccionPeru @fepafut 🎉🇪🇨⚽️ pic.twitter.com/FAMNzvpv3X — FEF Ecuador (@FEFecuador) 7 de noviembre de […]

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          Qatar agrees to buy London's Grosvenor House hotel - source      Cache   Translate Page      
Qatar has agreed to buy one of London's most famous hotels, the Grosvenor House, as energy revenue enables the wealthy Gulf state to go on a buying spree despite a blockade by its neighbours.

          Un nouvel enjeu pour la CDM au Qatar      Cache   Translate Page      
Le président de la FIFA Gianni Infantino a déclaré que la Coupe du monde de soccer de 2022 doit être disputée en 28 jours, même si son nouveau format comprend 48 équipes.
          Presidente de la FIFA admite “pocas opciones” para que el Mundial 2022 tenga 48 elencos - LaTercera      Cache   Translate Page      

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Presidente de la FIFA admite “pocas opciones” para que el Mundial 2022 tenga 48 elencos
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En Zúrich, Gianni Infantino declaró que se trata de un "reto difícil" ampliar la cantidad de selecciones para el Mundial de Qatar. Recién en marzo se tomaría una decisión final. El presidente de la FIFA, Gianni Infantino, estimó que hay “pocas ...

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          Chez Lagardère, bataille d’actionnaires en coulisse      Cache   Translate Page      
Les minoritaires sont en quête d’informations sur l’attitude du Qatar lors de l’assemblée générale du 3 mai
          La coupe du Monde à 48 vraisemblablement repoussée       Cache   Translate Page      
Une bonne nouvelle pour le football.

Ce mercredi à Zurich, Gianni Infantino a jugé que les chances de voir un mondial à 48 équipes dès l'édition 2022 au Qatar étaient "…


          ¿Va o no? Presidente de FIFA dio alcances si Qatar 2022 se hará con 48 selecciones      Cache   Translate Page      
Gianni Infantino, mandamás de FIFA, habló nuevamente de la posibilidad de hacer Qatar 2022 con más equipos clasificados.
          Osorio carga contra Colombia: el mensaje sobre su posibilidad de dirigir a la Selección      Cache   Translate Page      
El técnico aseguró que creyó en la palabra de la Federación Colombiana de Fútbol sobre las posibilidades de dirigirlas para las Eliminatorias a Qatar 2022.
          QNB brings SMEs together to promote e-commerce      Cache   Translate Page      

QNB, the largest financial institution in the Middle East and Africa, has recently organized a briefing workshop about QNB-Simplify e-commerce, an innovative cloud based platform that allows merchants to create their online shop.

Organized in collaboration with mastercard, the global leading technology and payments provider and the platform’s technology partner, the event brought together more than 150 entrepreneurs and small and medium-sized enterprises (SME)s in Qatar, reflecting QNB’s keenness to promote this platform, which was launched earlier this year in cooperation with the Ministry of Transport and Communications. This event took place within the framework of QNB’s efforts to introduce its new platform aimed at promoting digital transformation, excellence in entrepreneurship and innovation in all sectors, while supporting the ongoing efforts to achieve sustainable economic development as an essential part of the Qatar National Vision (QNV) 2030.

The workshop included live demonstrations and presentations of the successful journeys of the participating entrepreneurs and SMEs in the use of this platform, the first of its kind in Qatar. The event gave major opportunities to introduce QNB-Simplify platform as an end-to-end e-commerce solution that allows any registered business to take their products online without any technology infrastructure or technical expertise, easily and quickly – with no upfront cost and contribute in promoting digital innovation and competitiveness in the Qatari market.

The Group’s presence through its subsidiaries and associate companies now extends to more than 31 countries across three continents providing a comprehensive range of advanced products and services. The total number of employees is around 29,000 operating through more than 1,200 locations, with an ATM network of more than 4,300 machines.

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          Qatar- Macedonia pledges action after girl drowns fleeing dog pack      Cache   Translate Page      
(MENAFN - The Peninsula) Associated Press SKOPJE, Macedonia: Macedonia's government has pledged to revise legislation on stray animals after a teenage girl drowned in a river whi...
          Bedaya launches StartUp Weekend 2018      Cache   Translate Page      

Bedaya Center for Entrepreneurship and Career Development (Bedaya Center), a joint initiative by Qatar Development Bank and Silatech, is gearing up to launch the “Start Up Weekend 2018” competition, which will be held for three days from November 15 to 17, 2018 at the Panorama Hall in Tawar Mall.

Startup weekend 2018 is a business modeling competition targeting university students or professionals looking for potential partners to build business ideas. More than 50 contestants are expected to take part in the competition, where they will formulate a business plan and work in teams to present their ideas to a panel of judges during a weekend filled with workshops and mentorship. Winners of the competition will be rewarded with prizes. During the competition, contestants will meet mentors, investors, managing partners, sponsors, who are all ready to help and assist them to start their businesses. Moreover, participants will experience the feeling of achievement and frustration, fun and action, success and failure, as well as psychological pressure to emulate the reality of what entrepreneurs go through when establishing their projects. The contestants will also be briefed about the rules and regulations required to establish a startup business.

On this occasion, Reem Al-Sowaidi, General Manager of Bedaya Center, said, “Through the “Startup Weekend Doha,” we seek to provide young members of the society the opportunity to demonstrate their skills and transform their passion into reality by participating with their ideas for projects and present them to the jury of specialist who will choose the wining team. All what it needs is to create the proper team together and choosing the right concept and idea”. “Startup Weekend Doha will include educational sessions, workshop, guidance mentorship advising, in addition to meeting with expertise, introducing the participants to investors and showcase their ideas to them in order to get the needed finance and finally the competition will end by selecting the winners and honor them with awards, which will enhance their self-confidence and support them to continue to develop their projects". She added.

From his side, Abdulla Al Saeed, Head of Learning and Development at QDB said, “QDB strives to support entrepreneurs and to embrace and adopt unique and creative ideas for the economic development that contribute positively to the country's economic diversification.  Today's competition paves the way for entrepreneurs, be it professionals or university students to present their ideas and the integrated action plans of their projects that will add to the diversity of the national economy, open new horizons and help them build their future.”

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          Qatar- QFBA receives membership of CPD Certification Service      Cache   Translate Page      
(MENAFN - The Peninsula) The Peninsula DOHA: Qatar Finance and Business Academy (QFBA) has announced that it has recently received the most acclaimed membership of The CPD Certif...
          New Open Access Award announced at Qatar National Library      Cache   Translate Page      

A series of events highlighting Qatar National Library’s commitment to making online publications available at no cost, concluded last week. The events, held to mark this year’s International Open Access Week, explored how Qatar can design inclusive, and equitable open systems to truly serve the needs of a diverse global community.

This is the first year that the Library has celebrated Open Access Week as a fully-fledged national library, and it hopes to use the opportunity to explore further ways of delivering services to support national research and innovation. Journal publishers and editors received advice on increasing the visibility of national research outputs in an interactive workshop, held on 23 October. The local premiere of Paywall: The Business of Scholarship was also screened at the Library during the Week. This illuminating documentary focuses on the need for open access to research and science, and questions the rationale behind the considerable investment that flows into for-profit academic publishers.

The Week culminated on the 28 October with presentations and discussions under the global theme, ‘Designing Equitable Foundations for Open Knowledge: The Role of the National Library.’ Presentations were delivered by leading experts, including Prof. Hilal Lashuel, Associate Professor of Life Sciences and Director of the Laboratory of Chemical Biology of Neurodegeneration at the Brain Mind Institute, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, and Dr. Torsten Reimer, Head of Research Services at the British Library.

Speaking at the final event of the week, Dr. Richard O'Kennedy, Vice President at Qatar Foundation Research, Development and Innovation, commented: ‘Open and equitable access to knowledge will have an enormous impact on fostering the future generation of researchers and scientists in Qatar. Knowledge is the fuel of research and innovation, and opening up access to the knowledge contained in the research literature will encourage curiosity, experimentation and entrepreneurship, and will ultimately widen participation in the implementation of research and innovation for enhancing Qatar’s economy.’

Dr. Abdul Sattar Al-Taie, Executive Director at Qatar National Research Fund, added: ‘Open Access is an opportunity to extend the global reach and impact of our research. It is not now a question of whether we should support full and immediate open access to research publications, but rather how soon can this be achieved and what the most sustainable routes are.’ Susan Reilly, Director of Digital Content and Engagement at Qatar National Library, said: ‘It is heartening to see the multi-stakeholder participation in this discussion and the shared commitment to increasing access to knowledge. I look forward to working with these stakeholders to drive forward this shared vision of making information widely and freely available to society, in Qatar and beyond.’

To further its commitment to learning and research, the Library announced a new award for the advancement of Open Science which will recognize individuals or institutions that have contributed to the field, with a view to increasing the impact of their work. In addition, the Library provides practical support to researchers wishing to publishing Open Access books and articles. An Open Access Author Fund covers article processing charges (APCs) for open access publications.

The Library has also recently entered into several agreements with open access publishers to support its existing Open Access Author Fund. Corresponding authors, which include students, faculty, researchers, or staff from any institute of higher education, or non-profit research institute within Qatar, qualify for 100 percent discounts. The publishers include: PLOS, BioMed Central, Frontiers, Hindawi, Dove Medical Press and MDPI. An additional benefit to authors, the Library secured publishing vouchers with noteworthy publishers, including Emerald, Sage, Ovid, Wolters Kluwer, IEEE, Karger, and De Gruyter.

More information about the vouchers, including journals covered by the agreements and instructions to authors, is available on the Library’s website: https://www.qnl.qa/en/researchers/OAQNL

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          Qatar Leadership Academy students complete camp in Jordan      Cache   Translate Page      

Students from Qatar Leadership Academy (QLA), part of Qatar Foundation's Pre-University Education, recently completed the Ambition Leadership Camp in Jordan. The camp, held in collaboration with Aspire Business Company in Jerash, was co-organized by Ranger Adventure Camp.

Featuring a range of mental and physical training activities, students were given the opportunity to learn about outdoor survival, as well as develop their leadership and team building skills. Mohamed Al Thani, a student at QLA, said: “The Ambition Leadership Camp is one of the best training programs I’ve ever attended.  It helped me acquire a lot of the skills needed to survive in harsh environments.” Fellow student Faisal Al Sakr said: “We learned a number of useful skills, like reading a map and using a compass. The program also helped some of us conquer our biggest fears. I used to suffer from acrophobia – the fear of heights – but I’ve managed to overcome it. This program has prepared us to face the adversities that come our way in order to achieve our goals.” 

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Students also visited historic sites in Jordan, such as the Amman Citadel, the Roman Theatre, and the Dead Sea. They also visited Wadi Zarqa Ma’in. Mr. Salim Begheit Al Merry, the trip supervisor and official representative of QLA, said: “The Ambition Leadership Camp is an extremely unique training program. It offers hands-on experience to participants including training activities, adventures, and educational discussions throughout the program. The students’ daily routines were intense and really helped shape the young minds of the participants.”

Mr. Laith Al Zayod, General Manager of Aspire Business Company, said: “We have given students leadership training and helped enrich life skills, such as strategic planning, team building, and how to better work towards their goals. Qatar Leadership Academy plays a significant role in establishing unique programs like these and creating opportunities for students to grow.”

At the end of the program, a camp graduation ceremony was held to acknowledge the efforts of the students.

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          Qatar- Msheireb Properties to take part in Barcelona's Smart City Expo 2018      Cache   Translate Page      
(MENAFN - The Peninsula) The Peninsula DOHA: Msheireb Properties, a leading sustainable property development company and a subsidiary of Qatar Foundation for Education, Sciences ...
          QU-CENG achieves a record achievement in the 2019 US News Classification      Cache   Translate Page      

Qatar University College of Engineering (QU-CENG) achieved a record achievement in the US News 2019 ranking. Qatar University was ranked 132rd in the world in the US News classification for “Best Global Universities for Computer Science.” The universities are ranked based on their reputation and research in the field. US News rankings are esteemed for their comprehensive rankings and use various bibliometric measures as criteria for their list.

Commenting on the feat, CENG Dean Professor Abdelmajid Hamouda said, "This achievement refers to the efforts of CENG to excel in scientific and engineering fields through internationally accredited academic programs, which provide high quality academic and research outputs.” He adds, “This classification is an international recognition that means that our research groups are in line with the global standards in their progressive achievements, and is a reference for students, academics, university leaders, governments and the industry.”

Department of Computer Science and Engineering Head, Dr. Somaya Al-Maadeed says, “This classification comes as one of the most important achievements of the department, through concentrated efforts with partners to ensure that students receive the best international education standards of regional and international importance."

Head of the Department of Electrical Engineering, Dr. Nasser Ahmed Al-Emadi adds, “The classification is a qualitative addition to the department and the Electrical Engineering Program, and is evidence of the departments match to its equivalents with other major international universities. Classification gives the program a regional, national and international importance. It supports the vision of good leadership, meets the needs of Qatari society for research and higher education, and supports the application of knowledge gained.”

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          Qatar- QSE lays emphasis on quality corporate disclosures      Cache   Translate Page      
(MENAFN - The Peninsula) The Peninsula DOHA: Qatar Stock Exchange (QSE) is in the process of introducing a new electronic system to assist listed companies in producing unified d...
          Book explores mobile media disruption in Middle East      Cache   Translate Page      

How mobile media are changing the communication landscape in the Middle East is explored in a new book published under a research grant at Northwestern University in Qatar. The book, Mobile Disruptions in the Middle East, co-authored by John V. Pavlik, Everette E. Dennis, Rachel Davis Mersey and Justin Gengler and published by Routledge, offers lessons from the Arabian Gulf, notably Qatar and the United Arab Emirates, and draws on data collected as part of a $726,000 award from the Qatar National Research Fund. Pavlik, a professor of journalism at Rutgers was formerly associate dean for research at NU-Q where Dennis is dean and CEO. Mersey is an associate professor at NU’s Medill School while Gengler is assistant research professor at the Social and Economic Survey Research Center at Qatar University.

As lead author Pavlik states, “The Gulf states are the perfect setting for a study that tests the impact of modern media disruption as the region rapidly adopts mobile media from laptops and smartphones to wearable devices.” Qatar and the UAE have the highest internet penetration in the world with 99 percent of the population covered, according to the 2018 Global Digital report. Mobility, the NU-Q based study notes, “has long been an important aspect of life in the Middle East… [and] has a strong and deep sociological foundation in Qatar and Arabian Gulf with the movement of Bedouin tribes and their traditions shaping the lifestyle and values of the Gulf.” This cultural and historical context for mobile communication, even before the digital age, set the stage for rapid development as these wealthy nations were able to engage with the internet and mobile devices early on, the book suggests. In addition to the Al Jazeera Networks and BeIn Sports, both based in Qatar, the UAE has a notable media city with scores of media companies and other digital enterprises. 

Dennis notes that the study “benefits from the collaboration of scholars from four institutions and is aimed at analyzing the advanced media scene of the Gulf States with lessons for the global community. It has the advantage of connecting with the world-wide concern about media disruption in one of the most dynamic digital battlegrounds anywhere,” he said. Commentators in the Middle East have long hoped that advanced communication in the region would lead to a more accurate and nuanced image of the Arab world than is presently seen in Western media and the book aims to break down communication flawed by inaccuracies and misunderstandings that distort the image of the region and its peoples. As the book was a being written a four-nation blockade of Qatar set off an information war between the two states under study in the volume (UAE and Qatar) among others that challenges accurate and reliable information amid fake news and other deliberate distortions. Data for the book was collected before the blockade occurred in June 2017, though interviews with key sources continued after that.

The book looks at audience engagement with mobile media including internet use and such specific content as news—and how media organizations adapt and respond to mobile media while tracking trends in the development of innovative content aimed at attracting and serving individuals and audiences. Set in the context of the convergence of modern, digital media, the authors address the role of disruption innovation and transformation changes based on results from the large-scale study of mobile media disruption conducted over three years by the authors. One goal is “to advance understanding of consumer preferences for different types of content” ranging from news to entertainment, sports, music and games, among others. Mobile Media Disruptions in the Middle East is the first of several reports, this one involving a quantitative survey of consumers paired with interviews, with media industry leaders. Future work includes qualitative testing of consumer engagement with specific mobile media content innovations. With heavy use of social and mobile media as a means of private and public communication in both Qatar and the UAE, the quantitative survey attested to great enthusiasm for new internet content designed specifically for mobile media---as well as growing interest in emerging augmented and visual reality (AR and VR), both new applications that the public now seems eager to adopt and use.

The book is a timely a case study of the conflict between the convergence or coming together of all media that now conquer time and space (thanks to the computer and high-speed internet) with disruption which is an assault on that unification, according to one of the book’s chapters on “Innovation and Media Disruption.”  As the authors put it, the media-rich states of the Arab Gulf are the right setting for what could be a glimpse of the future.  The book includes a detailed assessment of disruption theory first posited by Professor Clayton Christensen of Harvard Business School and several revisionist critiques of his pioneering research.

In considering trends in the next generation of journalism and media, the authors argue that the emergence of mobile media are the dominant platform for public engagement and offer media leaders opportunities to engage in greater innovation. They are urged to develop more extensive original content designed for mobile hand-held media, to make greater use of immersive and interactive mobile content formats such as 360 video and augmented reality on hand-held devices, expand engagement and interactivity for social media networks and to design mobile media content that takes advantage of what is known as geolocation or geographical tracking of messages and images.

The Mobile Disruptions study is part of a multi-faceted institutional research program at NU-Q that includes a distinctive longitudinal study of Media Use in the Middle East and studies of digital technologies and health communication among others.

The Mobile Disruptions book is described at www.routledge.com/Disruptions/book-series/DISRUPTDIGJOUR

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          Qatar, new GFF investors pledge $1bn to transform global health      Cache   Translate Page      
(MENAFN - The Peninsula) The Peninsula DOHA: Qatar is one of 10 new investors in the Global Financing Facility (GFF) which announced yesterday — with total pledges amountin...
          VCUarts Qatar uses technology during inclement weather to continue uninterrupted education      Cache   Translate Page      

Doha was recently affected by inclement weather as some parts of the city experienced unusual amounts of rainfall in a relatively short period of time. A number of educational establishments closed temporarily in order to deal with the effects of the rainfall, and Virginia Commonwealth University School of the Arts in Qatar (VCUarts Qatar) was no different.

Despite the temporary disruption, VCUarts Qatar successfully managed to use the experience to its advantage by using several different technological platforms to allow classes to continue. VCUarts Qatar’s faculty members collectively moved to remote teaching so as to ensure that its students did not face interruptions in their day-to-day learning. It seamlessly offered an instructional experience that was as close to what would have been experienced in the classroom.

The faculty responded to the challenge by employing creative ways that enhanced its students’ experience beyond the regular confines of a classroom. According to Patty Paine, interim associate dean for Academic Affairs, “The faculty used the building closure as an opportunity to do something innovative. These innovations ranged from using alternative materials and creating shared, online, collaborative writing spaces to participating in online peer feedback groups and relocating to stimulating off-site meeting places like the Fire Station and local museums.”

VCUarts Qatar faculty used several different approaches from e-classrooms and social messaging applications to online resources and video conferencing. Mohammad Suleiman and Hiathem A. El-Hammali, assistant professors of Interior Design, were able to keep contact and maintain instruction using Slack, a direct messaging platform similar to WhatsApp, and Google Drive for submissions. “We also utilized online resources the university is subscribed to such as lynda.com – we were able to cover topics remotely and assign exercises. Slack was used to disseminate readings, project briefs and for direct instruction,” the duo explained.

Similarly, in the Graphic Design department, they used zoom.us, an online video conferencing site, to set up four 30-minute, small group conversations in batches of six to seven students about an assignment in progress. Each student had the opportunity to share, on-screen, the current state of their assignment that consisted of the data collection and analysis of three research methods they had completed over the previous week.

The staff members either worked from home or called meetings at various convenient locations around Doha. “We had our final class of the week at the Doha Fire Station café. It did not resolve issues of running a studio class off campus, but it was a significant improvement over online sessions,” says Associate Professor in MFA Design Studies, Diane Derr. Dr. Holiday Powers conducted classes with students working together using ‘Blackboard’ for ongoing research assignments and allowed them to submit video presentations in lieu of original presentations. Since these classes engage with local museum and gallery resources, Dr. Powers was also able to move instruction the Museum of Islamic Art, a strategy employed by others in the Art History department as well. “This kind of on-site instruction is popular with students, is incorporated into most art history classes here and is a viable alternative to classroom instruction in the VCUarts Qatar building during emergencies such as the recent flooding,” she says.

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“I liked having a whole new approach toward learning. I was able to move around, multi-task and create my own space – this really helped me focus on my work,” explained Ryan Basilio, a Fashion Design sophomore. Online classes also proved to be flexible by allowing the option for students to participate in audio-only or with video. The MFA in Design students also responded very well to the changes in instruction and several members of faculty asserted their students produced better work, in larger volumes.

For the Liberal Arts and Science Program, the challenge was to get the students to participate in the discussion part of the class, and they successfully fixed this by explaining the different features of the software like waving, using the microphone and chatting. However, Maysaa Al-Mumin, assistant professor, Art Foundation, faced slightly more complex hindrances. “Part of our project required the use of the wood shop and an introduction to sound design,” she says. So, she decided the assignments for freshmen students would be to complete the research components of the project while providing links to the wood shop website to familiarize themselves with the names of tools, their use and safety policies. “The students were extremely active and posted approximately four times more work and research than they had done on previous projects,” Al-Mumin explained.

Reflecting on the overall situation and the ability to overcome, Executive Dean Donald Baker said, "We were surprised by the time it took to restore services and access to the campus after the recent deluge damaged our capacity to function. While waiting, our faculty members quickly restored relations with their students and continued the learning process by remote means. Fortunately, we had begun contingency preparation a couple of years ago and most of our faculty members have a space on the internet where they keep course materials. We want to learn from this experience and are organizing meetings to ensure that we reflect on our experience with a view to doing even better should nature bring us to a halt again sometime in the future."

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          Qatar Foundation promotes spirit of volunteerism through Mercy in Giving campaign      Cache   Translate Page      

Encouraging employees and students to take time out of their busy schedules to give back to the community is helping to change mindsets and behaviors across Qatar, while inspiring a culture of volunteerism and a nationwide social movement.

Qatar Foundation (QF) recently encouraged its staff and students to volunteer at a number of local organizations across the country, during and after working hours, as part of the ‘Mercy in Giving’ campaign, a result of the inaugural Akhlaquna Award announced by Her Highness Sheikha Moza bint Nasser, Chairperson of Qatar Foundation, in 2017.

Mrs. Machaille Al-Naimi, President of Community Development, QF, who was among those to volunteer, said: "We are delighted with the response that ‘Mercy in Giving' has received. “Through this campaign, QF strives to encourage a social movement that will continue to build across the country, strengthening the very foundations of our society. Ultimately, we want the act of volunteering to become the norm, rather than the exception. And in order to achieve this, we believe it is important to start at home, at Qatar Foundation.” ‘Mercy in Giving’ aims to create a movement that unites various educational, health, and social sectors in an effort to tackle specific issues within society. In order to achieve this goal, QF organized daily trips to the campaign’s participating centers during the two-week campaign, while encouraging individuals to volunteer at other local entities of their choice.

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Aisha J. Al-Kaabi, together with a colleague at QF, visited one of the charities involved in the initiative. She has previously volunteered with various entities, and explained: “Volunteering has been a passion of mine since high school – it’s very easy to get wrapped up in the daily routine of work, so, for me, ‘Mercy in Giving’ served as a wonderful reminder as to why I used to volunteer, and reignited my desire to give back to the community.” She added, “We were worried that we would be emotional during the session. But we ended up leaving with the biggest smiles on our faces. I know for certain that, in the future, I would like to do something more within this field.”

As part of the campaign, volunteers attended workshops, learned more about the centers and their respective activities, helped staff members with their daily duties, and interacted with different groups of people – ranging from children with special needs to the elderly. First-time volunteer Fatima A. Al-Anssari said: “Before ‘Mercy in Giving’, I had never volunteered. I loved the experience. I was able to work with incredibly intelligent children and, through the visit, I met new people, worked within a different field, and, more importantly, gave back to the local community.” Discussing the opportunity she was given to volunteer, Ms. Al-Anssari said: “I like the idea of allowing staff to go during the day. But, in the future, I would like to take time out of my personal life to volunteer – I want to do more, and give more.”

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Ryan Moignard also took part in the campaign and, commenting on the importance of the initiative, said: "Volunteering is a humanitarian activity, which, I believe, should be practiced by all. It is important to help those who need it. “I have a genuine desire to continue contributing to and supporting our community care institutes. Not only do such initiatives enhance social cohesion within our society, but they are also fulfilling for the volunteers themselves.” ‘Mercy in Giving’ was conceptualized by the winner of the inaugural Akhlaquna Award, Swar Al Dahab Ali. One of three finalists selected from over 100 applications, last year’s edition of the initiative was designed to honor individuals who best embody the values of the Prophet Mohammed (PBUH), including generosity, tolerance, mercy, and honesty.

“The Akhlaquna Award is an umbrella initiative through which we aim to inspire the entire community and empower the next generation of leaders in Qatar by recognizing and supporting projects that work towards building a better society,” Mrs. Al-Naimi said. “With the first cycle of Akhlaquna now concluding, we are very excited to turn our focus toward launching its next edition.”

For more information, please visit: https://akhlaquna.qa/

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          The Line Breaker: "historias con contenido e investigación" desde un prisma iberoamericano      Cache   Translate Page      
Los ocho números de la revista en papel The Lines hasta la fecha.

"No podríamos considerarnos un medio deportivo si solo hablamos de fútbol", afirma con rotundidad Juan Pablo Gatti, uno de los fundadores de The Line Breaker, revista deportiva digital creada el 26 de diciembre de 2017 por un grupo de jóvenes periodistas de Sudamérica y España que trabajan en red. Con casi un año de trayectoria, este emprendimiento periodístico cuenta en su haber con ocho números editados hasta la fecha y aspira pronto a consolidarse internacionalmente entre los aficionados consumidores de lo que ellos denominan "historias con contenido e investigación" desde un prisma iberoamericano.

El propio Gatti confiesa que, aunque a día de hoy The Line Breaker no tiene anclaje en ningún país en específico, "el sueño de tener una redacción física siempre está". Actualmente el grupo de redactores de este medio procede de Argentina, España y Venezuela, aunque por esa redacción virtual han pasado también otros articulistas de Chile, Colombia o Perú, e incluso han tenido colaboradores de Estados Unidos, México o Italia quienes les han ayudado a diseñar y editar la revista digital The Lines.

De momento, el proyecto viaja cómodo a través de conversaciones y reuniones a través de las redes sociales (suelen quedar o muy temprano por la mañana o por las noches, a una hora que encaje bien en las diferentes latitudes de sus miembros) y se da su tiempo para confeccionar los contenidos de sus revistas, no tan supeditados a la actualidad. "Nos decantamos por el deporte en su conjunto, por poder buscar historias ricas en contenido, tomando también a la narrativa como algo sumamente importante, ya que ese debía ser un sello distintivo de nuestra marca", aseguran.

Inspirados en cierto modo por la experiencia de otros nuevos medios deportivos surgidos en los últimos años como Panenka, Ecos del Balón o Sphera Sports en España, El Escorpión en Colombia, Don Julio en Argentina o These Football Times en Reino Unido, The Line Breaker persigue, haciendo caso a lo que dice su denominación y su eslogan, romper varias líneas que sigue lo que consideran un periodismo deportivo más convencional. De esta forma, rehúyen de contenidos blandos o de entretenimiento, no casan con el protagonismo de ciertos periodistas estrella ni tampoco con las premuras informativas. "El público se va cansando de la falta de contenido y los nuevos medios están volviendo a las bases del periodismo, esto es, contar historias con contenido e investigación", subrayan. 

La diversidad del deporte en su contexto social y político

"A nosotros nos interesa el porqué de las cosas, comprender por qué suceden, contextualizarlas. Y si bien el fútbol es el deporte más importante, también creemos que todo deporte debe ser visibilizado. Así hemos hablado, por ejemplo, de ciclismo, natación, atletismo o hasta beach handball (balonmano playa) o charlado con personajes de todos los continentes salvo Oceanía". 

En esa búsqueda de una pretendida ruptura con el periodismo deportivo más tradicional, The Line Breaker fundamenta su propuesta en reportajes, entrevistas e historias de largo formato o especiales. Suelen ser entre diez y dieciséis piezas por número, algunas de las cuales las dejan abiertas en la web para su lectura y así darse a conocer.

Reportaje. Número 7 de The Lines.

Entre las personas entrevistadas figuran nombres como Vero Boquete, Luis Milla o Robert Pires, y sus historias van desde Iniesta a Mo Farah, pasando por las consecuencias de la guerra en el fútbol en Irak, el rugby en la Sudáfrica del apartheid, la eclosión deportiva en Túnez o el plan de crecimiento de Qatar como sede de grandes acontecimientos. También uno de sus números está dedicado a la igualdad en el deporte, otro aspecto que priorizan en su línea editorial.

"Nos gustan las historias que sean ricas en contenido. No nos gustaría charlar, por ejemplo, con Messi o Cristiano Ronaldo si estos no van a decir nada nuevo o hablen con el 'cassette' puesto. Cada vez que entrevistamos a una persona buscamos que nos cuente cosas profundas, sus ahnelos en el deporte que hace, que hable de sus ideas, deseos, decepciones. Tampoco nos interesa el "ganar, ganar o ganar", ya que creemos que esto es solo una circunstancia o no tiene por qué ser la norma. Además, tratamos de contextualizar las historias en su momento político, social y económico, de forma que se deje en claro que estas no suceden por casualidad, sino por causalidad".

La viabilidad económica como gran reto

Como acontece con otros tantos emprendimientos periodísticos, la mayor dificultad que se les presenta es la manera de alcanzar la viabilidad económica a medio plazo, ganar dinero para poder vivir de esto. Tras unas inversiones iniciales en mantener un hosting y un dominio en internet ("es algo caro y está dolarizado, algo que en nuestros países sudamericanos se siente mucho más", advierten), de momento tienen depositados sus objetivos en monetizar la revista y crear nuevos formatos como los podcasts. 

También han ido reorientando el proyecto tras ir probando opciones y cosechando diversos resultados, pasos que son siempre valiosos para madurar: "Luego de unos meses vimos necesario cambiarnos de Blogger o WordPress para tener más herramientas para trabajar, a la vez que vimos necesario dejar de dar la revista de manera gratuita para comenzar a cobrarla, ya que, al no tener publicidad, es nuestra manera de empezar a sostenernos". De momento, el precio por número de la revista es de 2,09 dólares.

"El objetivo actual - explica Gatti- es el de estabilizarnos luego de algunos problemas internos que hemos tenido (con las partidas de nuestro subjefe y del editor, las cuales sentimos mucho ya que ellos estuvieron desde el minuto uno) y dar otro salto en la web, a la vez que ya empezamos a practicar el SEO para, de a poco, posicionarnos también en los buscadores".

Como meta principal se marcan un horizonte temporal de tres años, contando como punto de partida el pasado Mundial de fútbol en Rusia, que fue cuando empezaron a comercializar la revista. "Ese objetivo final será ver cuánto habremos crecido y si tenemos las suficientes fuerzas -y el dinero- para sostener este proyecto".

Entretanto, lo tienen claro: seguirán haciendo periodismo de la mejor manera que saben. "Vamos paso a paso y siempre pensamos nuevas cosas. Pero si algo tenemos claro, es que hacemos lo que nos gusta y queremos seguir expandiendo la marca poco a poco, para que más gente confíe en lo que hacemos".

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          Contrasti tra Interno ed Esteri sulla gestione della Conferenza sulla Libia a Palermo      Cache   Translate Page      

"Noi ce l'abbiamo mesa tutta. Ma non tutti, fuori da qui, hanno mostrato la stessa determinazione e, soprattutto, non tutti hanno remato nella stessa direzione". Non si tratta di mettere le mani avanti per non cadere indietro – metafora ginnica per dire prepariamoci a gestire un flop – ma le considerazioni fatte ad HuffPost da una fonte molto addentro al dossier-Libia, e alla sofferta preparazione della Conferenza internazionale di Palermo del 12 e 13 novembre prossimi, danno conto di quanto avevamo segnalato da tempo; lo scontro nel Governo di due linee in politica estera: da un lato il duo M&M (Mattarella-Moavero), dall'altro un invasore di campo permanente: il ministro dell'Interno e vice premier Matteo Salvini. Certo, a pesare sul summit vi sono anche altri fattori: l'ostracismo, non dichiarato ma praticato, dalla Francia che non vede con favore, per usare un eufemismo, l'affermarsi di una cabina di regia italiana per il Paese nordafricano: l'ennesima conferma è venuta dalla decisione di convocare i vertici di Misurata a Parigi a pochi giorni dalla conferenza siciliana.

A pesare, inoltre, sono le divisioni all'interno del campo interno libico, che non possono essere ricondotte solo allo scontro tra l'uomo forte della Cirenaica, il feldmaresciallo Khalifa Haftar, e il primo ministro del Governo di Accordo Nazionale (GNA) Fajez al-Serraj. La linea praticata dal titolare della Farnesina, e dai suoi più stretti collaboratori nel faticoso lavorio diplomatico verso Palermo (in primis la Vice ministra Emanuela Del Re e la Segretaria generale del ministro degli Esteri e della Cooperazione internazionale, l'ambasciatrice Elisabetta Belloni) è stata quella dell'inclusione, nella convinzione che la stabilità, tutta da realizzare, della Libia passa per la costruzione del più ampio consenso interno ad una road map che dovrebbe portare, al suo compimento, ad elezioni presidenziali e legislative (la data del 10 dicembre, su cui ha insistito Parigi è definitivamente accantonata).

Resta il fatto che sullo scenario libico, e il discorso non investe solo la Conferenza del 12-13, l'Italia non ha espresso un gioco di squadra coeso, penetrante. Troppe sovrapposizioni, troppe rivendicazioni di premiership sul campo, e due linee che continuano, di fatto, a scontrarsi. Questi nodi non possono essere sciolti nei pochi giorni che mancano ormai alla Conferenza, la cui preparazione sembra essere diventata una affannosa corsa contro il tempo. A quattro giorni dall'inizio, il programma dei lavori è ancora da svelare, il parterre da ultimare.

"C'è soddisfazione per l'elevato numero di conferme finora pervenute" alla Conferenza di Palermo sulla Libia, alla quale saranno presenti i "principali interlocutori dello scenario libico. Ci tengo a precisare che non riteniamo di poter risolvere tutti i problemi ma vogliamo creare una sostenibile occasione di incontro", aveva anticipato il premier nel corso del Question Time alla Camera. La Conferenza – rimarca Conte- è un passo fondamentale nel percorso di stabilizzazione del Paese. Dove le elezioni dovranno tenersi il prima possibile, non appena le condizioni lo consentiranno". I problemi aperti riguardano presenze e programma dei lavori. Scontata l'assenza dei pesi massimi di Washington e Mosca (Trump e Putin), si sta lavorando perché Usa e Russia siano conseguenti al sostegno dichiarato, partecipando alla Conferenza con rappresentanti importanti dei due governi: il segretario di Stato Mike Pompeo, per gli Stati Uniti, e il primo ministro Dimitri Medvedev per la Russia. Improbabile la presenza del presidente francese Emmanuel Macron, confermata quella della cancelliera tedesca Angela Merkel, cresce la possibilità che l'Egitto, uno degli attori esterni principali sullo scenario libico, sia rappresentato dal presidente Abdel Fattah al-Sisi. Sul fronte interno libico, resta il "giallo Haftar".

La presenza a Palermo del feldmaresciallo sembrava ormai acquisita, ma stando a quanto rivelato The Lybian Address, Haftar non avrebe sciolto le riserve. Haftar oggi era in visita a Mosca, dove ha incontrato il ministro della Difesa Sergei Shoigu. Lo riferisces epmpre il sito The Libyan Address Journal, vicino al generale, secondo cui Haftar ha discusso con Shoigu della crisi libica e della lotta al terrorismo. Insomma, anche quello che sino a pochi giorni fa era dato per certo, ora torna in discussione. Nella sua recente missione a Roma, il feldmaresciallo della Cirenaica ha chiesto a Conte di far tornare a Tripoli l'ambasciatore Giuseppe Perrone, precedentemente "ostracizzato" proprio da Haftar. "Non abbiamo mai avuto niente contro il vostro diplomatico. Quello che ci premeva era un cambio di rotta politica» avrebbe detto Haftar confermando dì di aver ottenuto dal governo italiano le garanzie che aveva sempre chiesto di non venire marginalizzato dall'iniziativa negoziale di Roma. Il feldmaresciallo Haftar ha chiesto al premier italiano di "aiutare la Libia a ritrovare la sua stabilità" riconoscendo di fatto il ruolo chiave di Roma come. Supporto diplomatico e politico alla conferenza in Sicilia sono giunte in questi giorni anche da Qatar e Turchia, sponsor di al-Serraj ma soprattutto di alcune importanti milizie della Tripolitania che ne sostengono l'esecutivo come quelle di Misurata.

Al-Serraj ha provveduto a inizio ottobre un rimpasto di governo che garantisce maggiore spazio alle milizie di Misurata (un tempo nemiche giurate di Haftar ma oggi disposte a farsi garanti di un compromesso tra le fazioni di Tripoli e Tobruk) e approvato da Haftar. Inoltre nei giorni scorsi al Cairo si sono incontrati i comandanti delle milizie che sostengono al-Serraj e dell'Esercito Nazionale Libico, in vista della costituzione di un quartier generale comune. Passi sostanziali, rimarcano fonti diplomatiche, sulla strada dell'inclusione. Ma la via diplomatica non può conciliarsi con la "politica delle spallate" praticata da Salvini. Più volte si è detto e scritto che in materia di politica estera – soprattutto sul Mediterraneo e l'Europa– il governo in carica ha due linee e due pratiche: quella inclusiva di Moavero – supportata dal Quirinale e fatta propria da Palazzo Chigi - e quella "muscolare-sovranista" del titolare del Viminale, Matteo Salvini. Lo spartiacque non è la difesa degli interessi italiani. E' il come farli valere, è il non restare isolati agitando rotture improbabili oltre che controproducenti. Ed è in questo scenario che si colloca la Conferenza di Palermo.

"Un passaggio importante ma non la conclusione di un percorso di stabilizzazione che avrà bisogno di altri passaggi e di tempo", aveva puntualizzato all'HuffPost una importante fonte diplomatica. Insomma, nessuno deve attendersi miracoli da Palermo, ma tutti, nel governo e fuori da esso, dovrebbero remare nella stessa direzione, perché così fa un Paese che vuole difendere il proprio spazio geopolitico che altri vorrebbero invadere. Ma notizie fatte filtrare su defezioni e altro non aiutano. Così come non aiutano i malumori, sotterranei ma non per questo meno indicativi, che hanno fatto seguito ad alcune considerazioni svolte nelle scorse settimane dal titolare della Farnesina: "In senso stretto e giuridico la Libia non può essere considerata porto sicuro, e come tale infatti viene trattata dalle varie navi che effettuano dei salvataggi", ha affermato Moavero Milanesi rispondendo ad una domanda diretta in una conferenza stampa con la collega norvegese. "La nozione di porto sicuro e di Paese sicuro è legata a convenzioni internazionali, che attualmente non sono state tutte sottoscritte dalla Libia", ha spiegato il capo della diplomazia italiana".

Per poi aggiungere: "Noi dobbiamo mantenere forte e intensificare il nostro impegno affinché la normalizzazione della Libia porti questo Paese pienamente nell'alveo della comunità internazionale, con il rispetto dei diritti umani e dei diritti fondamentali". Rispetto dei diritti umani e fondamentali. Ratifica di Convenzioni internazionali, come quella sui rifugiati, che ad oggi non ha la Libia tra i Paesi sottoscrittori: per il titolare della Farnesina non sono optional ma punti chiave per portare la Libia "pienamente nell'alveo della comunità internazionale". Temi che rientrano nei due giorni di conferenza. Di certo, la definizione di "porto sicuro" e di "Paese sicuro" fornita da Moavero, forte anche della sua formazione da giurista, non rientra nel vocabolario politico del suo collega agli Interni, nonché vicepremier. Qui la distanza è palmare. Un passo indietro, neanche troppo lungo, nel tempo. Sedici luglio 2018: "Dobbiamo cambiare la normativa e rendere i porti libici porti sicuri. C'è questa ipocrisia di fondo in Europa in base alla quale si danno soldi ai libici, si forniscono le motovedette e si addestra la Guardia Costiera ma poi si ritiene la Libia un porto non sicuro". Così si pronuncia o Salvini in una conferenza stampa a Mosca indicando quale sarà l'obiettivo dell'Italia nell'incontro di due giorni dopo per ridiscutere la missione Sophia. "E' un bipolarismo europeo che va superato" aggiunge il vicepremier leghista. Passa poco più di un mese e le "due linee" si scontrano ancora. Dialogo costruttivo: un modus operandi che vale per Bruxelles come per Tunisi. C'è voluta molta pazienza e lavorio sotterraneo per convincere le autorità tunisine a non creare una crisi diplomatica con Roma dopo le affermazioni di Salvini (4 giugno 2018) secondo cui la Tunisia ""Spesso e volentieri esporta galeotti". La rottura è stata evitata ma le scorie sono rimaste.

Nella visita del 28 settembre, il vicepremier prova a indossare panni moderati e istituzionali ("alla Moavero") ma la trasformazione non sortisce gli effetti sperati: la svolta sui rimpatri non si realizza. Non è bastato un improvvisato "cambio d'abito" per mascherare l'esistenza delle "due linee". Un dualismo che ha pesato, eccome, sulla Conferenza di Palermo. Una Conferenza sempre più targata M&M (Mattarella-Moavero) e che, sul piano dei contenuti, ha un piano da "sposare": quello delineato dall'uomo su cui Quirinale e Farnesina hanno puntato con decisione: l'inviato delle Nazioni Unite per la Libia,, Ghassam Salam. Un piano incentrato sul disarmo delle milizie e a creazione di una forza armata nazionale incaricata di garantire il processo di riconciliazione e riunificazione nazionale in vista di elezioni non antecedenti il settembre 2019. Una linea abbracciata anche da Conte. Ma non dai due vice premier, Salvini e di Maio. Che restano ai margini, silenti. Di certo, quella di Palermo non è la loro Conferenza.


          Sidra Medicine celebrates milestones ahead of grand opening ceremony      Cache   Translate Page      

Sidra Medicine, a specialty women’s and children’s hospital, today shared a series of milestones celebrating major achievements ahead of its grand opening ceremony next week. The new hospital was envisioned by Her Highness Sheikha Moza bint Nasser to address the growing need for specialist children’s and maternity care by offering services previously unavailable in Qatar, and in many cases across the wider MENA region.

“Our mission is to create a beacon of outstanding care for women and children among the finest in the world. We have assembled world-class teams of healthcare staff from Qatar and internationally to provide the best that medicine has to offer, while our research is laying the path towards new treatments and personalized care. We have superb, committed staff who have done fantastic work in opening this stunning hospital campus. I thank and applaud all of our staff and each of our partner organizations in Qatar as we celebrate their achievement,” said Sidra Medicine CEO Peter Morris.

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Pediatric Services

Sidra Medicine is now operating over 50 clinics, offering care across a range of specialties including epilepsy, congenital heart failure and surgery, among many others. Since conducting the first inpatient surgeries in January, followed by the launch of robotic-enabled surgery in July, Sidra Medicine has performed over 2,700 surgeries to date. A recent highlight included the Pediatric Short Bowel Multidisciplinary service, which offers care for patients with Short Bowel Syndrome (SBS). By centralizing provision for complex pediatric care at the hospital, Sidra Medicine is helping create a complete healing environment for children who would have previously had to travel abroad for care.

“It is very encouraging as we welcome more families in Qatar who are opting to stay back and seek our counsel and care for handling some highly complex and challenging cases,” said Dr. Mansour Ali, Chair of the Department of Pediatric Surgery.

Women’s Services

This year has seen Sidra Medicine launch several key women’s services. This includes the opening of Women’s Emergency and the start of highly complex gynecology surgeries using minimally invasive keyhole procedures. The hospital has also partially activated its robotic gynecology surgery service, performed by Da Vinci Robot machines, which allow doctors to have better visualization with 3D cameras and surgical ergonomics. On the patient education front, Sidra Medicine launched Qatar’s first in-house developed bi-lingual maternity mobile application, 10 Moons. The app helps expectant mothers track their pregnancy journey and provides step by step guidance and information related to their care at Sidra Medicine. To date, 1,200 women have downloaded the app.

Most recently, Sidra Medicine opened the Reproductive Medicine outpatient consultation service. A fully purpose-built clinic including IVF services is set to open in the spring of 2019. Aisha Ahmad AA Yousuf, Director of Reproductive Surgery, said: “As a Qatari female physician, I am very happy to work in a hospital like Sidra Medicine. This is an exciting time for many advancements in healthcare and I am proud to be a part this journey.”

Research

“Research is a key pillar of Sidra Medicine and we are undertaking a number of exciting projects which will benefit those living in Qatar, the wider region and beyond. Our research will enable us to not only understand the genetic makeup of people in Qatar, but also study diseases to help develop highly personalized medicine,” said Sidra Medicine’s Chief Research Officer Prof. Christof Von Kalle.

Sidra Medicine is involved in several landmark research projects in Qatar and on an international scale, with research teams looking at several diseases prevalent in Qatar. For example, Sidra Medicine is working with all children with diabetes in Qatar to understand the root causes of the disease. This research will be completed by the end of next year, helping give an accurate picture of pediatric diabetes in Qatar and support the development of highly personalized medicine.

In addition to diabetes, Sidra Medicine researchers are investigating Cystic Fibrosis and Autism Spectrum Disorders on the genetic level, looking for variations which may one day lead to improved disease management. Cystic Fibrosis research is looking into a specific gene mutation only found in the Qatari population. The BARAKA study is looking into phenotyping of Autism Spectrum Disorders to build a unique resource and translate this research into better diagnostics and personalized treatment for patients.

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Medical Education 

As a member of Qatar Foundation for Education, Science and Community Development, Sidra Medicine is working towards building national capacity through training and medical education. It has recently launched the first Specialized Pediatric Robotics Surgery Training Program and has become the main training provider for pediatrics residents in Doha. The institution’s robust medical symposia program, which helps medical professionals attain continuous education credits, is also expanding. As a result, Sidra Medicine will host several significant symposia later this year. These include the fourth annual Functional Genomics Symposium from 8-10 December 2018 titled “Big Data to Clinic” and the Clinical Updates in Obstetrics and Gynecology (CUOG) 2018 event from 14-15 December.

“As an advocate for continuous learning, I am very excited about how we are developing and mentoring a new generation of specialist doctors in Qatar,” said Chair of Medical Education, Prof. Ibrahim Janahi.

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          Qatar Airways hosts tours on board the Orbis Flying Eye Hospital in Doha      Cache   Translate Page      

The Orbis Flying Eye Hospital, in collaboration with Qatar Airways, is hosting public and private tours inside the one-of-a-kind aircraft, as well as holding on board workshops, including Nursing and Ophthalmology sessions, in support of Doha Healthcare Week and to celebrate the Qatar Creating Vision Initiative, funded by the Qatar Fund for Development and led by Orbis.   

The Flying Eye Hospital, operated by global eye health charity Orbis, is a fully-equipped MD-10 cargo aircraft with state-of-the-art medical equipment, an operating theatre and a classroom, making it a truly unique teaching facility. The Orbis Flying Eye Hospital has supported the Qatar Creating Vision initiative in Bangladesh at the end of last year. Since July 2016, 4.2 million screenings for children have been conducted across India and Bangladesh and more than 56,000 training sessions have been provided for medical professionals as well as teachers and community workers. Together, Orbis and the Qatar Fund for Development are on track to deliver an impressive 5.6 million eye care treatments to children across India and Bangladesh by mid-2020.

Qatar Airways Group Chief Executive, His Excellency Mr. Akbar Al Baker, said: “It is Orbis’ highly commendable initiative that makes us proud supporters of the global eye health charity. Since 2012, we have worked hand in hand with the Flying Eye Hospital to expand its reach and help prevent avoidable blindness around the world. We are delighted to have this unique aircraft back in Doha as part of Doha Healthcare Week and we are positive that local guests will be fascinated by the facility while touring the aircraft.”

Orbis UK Chief Executive, Mrs. Rebecca Cronin, said: “Through the Qatar Fund for Development we have been able to reach millions of children across India and Bangladesh. There are 473,000 children who are blind across the two countries, and 50 per cent of cases are avoidable. Qatar Airways' support of Orbis has been long standing, and we are immensely grateful and proud of the partnership. We would like to say thank you for welcoming Orbis and the Flying Eye Hospital so warmly and providing us with a platform to celebrate Qatari generosity.”

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Qatar Airways has been a proud supporter of Orbis since 2012. The multiple award-winning airline officially renewed its sponsorship with the global eye health charity in 2017 as the Official Airline Partner of Orbis UK for three years. Every year, the aircraft visits countries across Africa, Asia and Latin America, partnering with local hospitals to deliver specialist training through its team of world-class medical volunteers, carry out treatments, and raise vital awareness about the importance of eye health. Since 1982 Orbis has been working to prevent avoidable blindness in areas of need. Working with a global team of volunteers and the world’s leading ophthalmic medical experts, each year Orbis delivers between four to eight training programmes on board the Flying Eye Hospital. It also runs long-term programmes in 18 countries, including Bangladesh, Ethiopia, India and Zambia, among others.

Qatar Airways was named ‘World’s Best Business Class’ by the 2018 World Airline Awards, managed by international air transport rating organisation Skytrax. It was also named ‘Best Business Class Seat’, ‘Best Airline in the Middle East’, and ‘World’s Best First Class Airline Lounge’. Earlier this year, Qatar Airways revealed a host of upcoming new global destinations, including the announcement that it will be the first Gulf carrier to begin direct service to Luxembourg. Other exciting new destinations to be launched by the airline include  Gothenburg, Sweden; Mombasa, Kenya and Da Nang, Vietnam.

To find out more about Qatar Creating Vision, visit www.qatarcreatingvision.org

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          Linklaters and Latham & Watkins check in on Grosvenor House Hotel sale      Cache   Translate Page      
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