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A staple in Tunisian kitchens, harissa is a smooth paste made from dried chillies, spices and oil. Once opened, keep the harissa in the jar covered with a layer of oil, and store in the fridge. Available in many food shops and supermarkets.
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Домашние тапочки на подошве крючком. Тунисское вязание. Часть 1. Tunisian crochet slippers
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          Tunisia: PM announces partial cabinet reshuffle      Cache   Translate Page      
Struggling to resolve the country's economic problems, Youssef Chahed brings new blood amid political crisis.
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Tunisian Prime Minister Youssef Chahed named Jewish businessman Rene Trabelsi as tourism minister in the Muslim Arab country, only the third member of the small minority of 2,000 Jews to enter a cabinet since Tunisia’s independence in 1956. Trabelsi...
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I loom knit hats and scarves, I knit with knitting needles I crochet and I Tunisian crochet. I find that each are different with their own stitching definitions. But all come from one source: Love of textile making. There are some things you cannot knit on a loom, there are some things you cannot crochet with a needle so I have no limits knowing all of these ways of making beautiful fiber art.
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The UN Economic Commission for Africa published an initial report that takes stock of SDG implementation in Maghreb countries in North Africa (Algeria, Mauritania, Morocco and Tunisia). The report highlights efforts taken to date, but underscores that the overall process of national ownership and mainstreaming must be accelerated. Looking forward, the report makes recommendations for countries and the Arab Maghreb Union to strengthen national and regional systems and strategic frameworks.
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Austrian player inks $65 million deal with Panoro Energy
          Întâlnire cu scriitorul tunisian Yamen Manaï la Facultatea de Litere din Cluj      Cache   Translate Page      
Institutul Francez din România la Cluj-Napoca vă dă întâlnire cu scriitorul tunisian Yamen Manaï, laureat al Premiului celor 5 continente ale Francofoniei pentru romanul său „L’Amas ardent”, vineri, 9 noiembrie 2018, ora 16:00, la Facultatea de Litere a Universității Babeș-Bolyai Cluj-Napoca, în sal...
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On Saturday, 13 October 2018, IISD Reporting Services, through its ENB+ Meeting Coverage, covered the Africa-Arab Platform on Disaster Risk Reduction, which took place from 9 to 13 October 2018, in Tunis, Tunisia
          Qual è il simbolo più usato sulle bandiere nazionali?      Cache   Translate Page      

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È sicuramente la stella il simbolo più visto sulle bandiere nazionali: è presente in circa un terzo dei vessilli dei paesi riconosciuti dall'ONU (61 su  198). Tra l'altro, appare sulle bandiere degli Stati Uniti, Cuba, Cina, Turchia, Cile, Venezuela, Israele, Marocco, Camerun, Australia e Unione Europea. Ma attenzione: Paese che vai, stella che trovi. Questo simbolo a 5 punte sottintende significati diversi a seconda delle bandiere. Se, tanto per dire, le 50 stelle sulla bandiera statunitense rappresentano ciascuno degli Stati che la compongono, quelle sulla bandiera cinese simboleggiano invece le quattro classi sociali e, la più grande, il partito comunista cinese.

Classifica. Il secondo posto dei simboli più usati è occupato dagli scudi reali, che campeggiano su ventisette bandiere, compresa quella della Spagna. Poi vengono le croci, presenti sui vessilli di diciotto nazioni come il Regno Unito, la Svizzera, la Svezia, la Norvegia, la Finlandia, l'Islanda, la Grecia e Malta.

La croce appare anche sulla bandiera danese, che è considerata la bandiera nazionale più antica. Il quarto posto è per il sole, che appare in sedici bandiere, come, per esempio, Giappone e Argentina. La luna invece adorna gli emblemi di quattordici Paesi, in genere musulmani: Turchia, Algeria, Libia, Pakistan e Tunisia, tra gli altri.

E i colori? Il più usato è il rosso, che rappresenta il potere o il sangue dei caduti o, nel caso italiano, è eredità assieme al bianco dell'antichissimo stemma comunale di Milano. Seguono il blu, evocazione del cielo e del mare; il bianco, segno di pace e purezza; il verde, l'immagine della Terra e anche dell'Islam; e il giallo, metafora del sole o dell'oro.

Simboli. In realtà non solo le stelle, ma tutti i simboli presenti sulle bandiere hanno origini (e storie) diverse. Per esempio la bandiera francese è composta da tre bande verticali: blu, bianco e rosso. Erano i colori presenti sulla coccarda indossata dalla milizia reale, nei giorni che precedettero la rivoluzione francese (il blu e il rosso derivano dagli antichi colori di Parigi). La bandiera giapponese, altrimenti nota come Nisshōki, è invece un rettangolo bianco con un disco rosso nel mezzo, che rappresenta la dea del sole Amaterasu, fondatrice del Giappone e simbolo di un futuro luminoso. Una delle bandiere più simboliche è quella del Brasile: adottata per la prima volta il 15 novembre 1889, è di colore verde brillante, che rappresenta le lussureggianti foreste del Brasile, e reca al centro un diamante giallo e un globo blu, evocativi della ricchezza mineraria del Brasile.

Le bandiere (quasi) gemelle. Ci sono anche bandiere molto simili, che però hanno un'origine diversa: la bandiera messicana per esempio ha gli stessi colori di quella italiana, da cui si differenzia in apparenza solo per uno stemma nel mezzo. In realtà il verde italiano è più chiaro e anche il formato della nostra bandiera è diverso. Diversi sono, ovviamente, pure i significati: sul vessillo messicano, il colore verde significa speranza, il colore bianco rappresenta la pace, e il rosso rappresenta il coraggio e la forza.

 


          "On aime toujours autant parler des vérités qui dérangent", Aketo de Sniper nous explique comment le groupe s'est reformé      Cache   Translate Page      

Presque 10 ans après, Sniper se reforme et revient plus en forme que jamais pour faire kiffer les oreilles de son public. Quelques jours avant la sortie de "personnalité suspecte"on a rencontré Aketo, qui a réussi à s'échapper des studios de répét'. Avant de reformer ce groupe emblématique du rap, les trois rappeurs se sont concertés : "on s'est revus en 2015, suite à ça on est partis en tournée et on s'est dit 'mais pourquoi avoir attendu tant de temps pour faire ce qu'on aime le plus : chanter'". Après de multiples scènes pour défendre "trait pour trait", les trois artistes ont eu envie de nouveauté, de concevoir et d'écrire de nouveaux morceaux et de là est né "Personnalité suspecte".

Sniper, un groupe intergénérationnel

Ravis de faire de nouveau partie de la scène rap, Aketo, Tunisiano et Blacko n'ont pas changé de style pour autant : "en 2001 quand on sortait "du rire aux larmes" on faisait pas du son de 1990, on faisait du son de 2001, donc là c'est pareil, quand t'es un amoureux du rap tu peux pas rester bloqué à une certaine époque. Notre opus est à l'heure 2018 avec notre personnalité, notre sensibilité et nos particularités". Si les trois artistes ont tous évolué, grandi, changé entre temps, ils ont réussi à travailler ensemble et à faire valoir le meilleur de chacun pour l'amour du rap. 

Toujours dénoncer les vérités 

Leur fil rouge par contre, ne changera jamais au fil du temps, Sniper a toujours voulu parler des vérités qui dérangent et mettre "le doigt où ça fait mal". Le nom de l'album signe le début d'un renouveau, car il fait référence au blase des artistes à leurs débuts : "ça prend beaucoup de sens pour nous, on a l'impression de faire notre premier album, c'est comme un recommencement". Lorsqu'on lui demande s'ils sont prêts à repartir pour 10 ans, Aketo lâche un grand "oui" sans hésiter, en rappelant quand même que toute décision de ce type appartient à Dieu. 


          Rene Trabelsi, a Jew, named as Tunisian Tourism minister      Cache   Translate Page      
 A Jew has been named as Tunisian Tourism minister. This is not the first time that Rene Trabelsi has been nominated, but his appointment was vetoed in 2012. Trabelsi and his family own most of the hotels on the island of Djerba, where 1,000 Jews still live. He is mainly responsible for organising the Lag Ba'Omer pilgrimage, which used to attract thousands. Lately security issues have limited their numbers, but it is still the central  event of Tunisia's tourism calendar. Article in The Times of Israel:


Rene Trabelsi, co-organizer of an annual pilgrimage to the oldest synagogue in Africa, was named Tunisia’s first Jewish minister in decades this week.
Trabelsi was appointed tourism minister on Monday evening. He splits his time between France and Tunisia.

He is the country’s third-ever Jewish minister. The previous two were Albert Bessis who served in the 1955 government that led Tunisia to independence, and Andre Barouch, who worked in president Habib Bourguiba’s administration in 1956.
Trabelsi grew up on the island of Djerba, the heartland of Tunisia’s Jewish community and the site of the pilgrimage which attracts thousands of people each year.

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          Italiani nei tornei Future: I risultati del 07 Novembre 2018      Cache   Translate Page      
USA F30 – 1° Turno Fabrizio Ornago [1] vs. Alberto Barroso Campos 2 incontro dalle ore 18:30 Tunisia F39 – 1° Turno Alessandro Bega [1] vs. Errol Smith ore Aziz Dougaz [5] vs. Luca Giacomini # incontro dalle ore Mathieu Perchicot [6] vs. Gian Marco Ortenzi # incontro dalle ore Greece F7 – 1° Turno […]
          Comment on Learn How To Make This Tunisian Crochet Dress With This Pattern! by Jerica      Cache   Translate Page      
Hi Caroline! If you visit the craftyarncouncil.com/standards/woman-size you can view their sizing standards. I try to always base my sizing from this guide. Please let me know if you have any other questions! :)
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What are the measurements for the XS, S, M? Bust, hips, waist, etc. I can't tell what size I would be.
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          Bonsoir à tous! Buna seara tuturor! judecatorii din Bobigny 6/11/2018      Cache   Translate Page      

Objet :Bonsoir à tous! Buna seara tuturor! judecatorii din Bobigny 6/11/2018
De :Olivia Marcov (oliviamarcov@yahoo.fr)
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Date :Mardi 6 novembre 2018 20h49


Bonsoir à tous! Buna seara tuturor! judecatorii din Bobigny 6/11/2018

Am gasit un articol pe pagina grupului creat de Iuliana Dupont pentru fiica ei micuta Alexandra Popa de 2 ani si 5 luni.
Iata link-ul spre articol, e semnat de Sophie Parmentier.
Interesant ca Parmentier se numea seful adjunct pe proiectul Phare de la Ministerul de Finante, Directia/ Departamentul Contabilitate Publica - Franta- Romania, domnul Parmentier era seful proiectului din partea Frantei sau pe partea franceza, era un functionar inalt in Ministerul de Finante din Paris.
Judecatorii din Bobigny se plang ca ale lor sentinte sunt notificate/ comunicate cam intr-un an de zile, si ei dispun masuri, adesea de luare si dispunere in plasament, a copiilor cu probleme, a minorilor, multi in acest articol minori delicventi, violenti, care conduc fara permis, care fura, care se ocupa si cu drogurile.
Dar sunt si minori victime ale unui parinte ( biologic ) violent.
De regula cand judecatorul da sentinta, dispune masura ridicarii copilului de la parinti, iar la finele unui an de zile, judecatorul trebuie sa se intalneasca cu parintii sa faca un bilant, numai ca, dupa ce trece un an, judecatorul constata ca parintii abia ce au primit comunicarea sentintei judecatoresti.
Judecatorii din Bobigny se plang deci de aceste intarzieri si apreciaza ca minorii pot " comite" sau pot " suporta " violentele [ din familie, societate ].
Pot fi savarsitori sau victime.


Altminteri, Iuliana Dupont posteaza atat pe pagina/ contul ei FB, cat si in cele 2 grupuri create de ea pentru a-si salva fetita, grupul Iuliana si grupul Alexandra Popa.
Am observat ca o fata ( e nascuta tot in 1968 ) ii spune mai mereu sa isi ia avocat, sau o intreaba daca si-a luat avocat.
In petitia ei, pe care am semnat-o si eu ( si, apropo trebuie sa iti dai si data nasterii inainte sa semnezi ! ), Iuliana a precizat un termen de judecata ( expirat acum ) 21 iunie 2018 la Curtea de Apel Versailles.
Probabil, sau nu stiu ce sa zic, dar un alt termen nu e precizat, nu am deschis Petitia sa vad daca a actualizat-o dupa ce i-am sugerat ca ar trebui poate sa indice un termen viitor.
Dar a remarcat ca am semnat-o.
Nu inteleg de ce i se tot spune sa isi ia avocat, cand femeia aceasta, mama Iuliana Dupont in Franta citeste articole, si stie cel mai bine despre ce e vorba in cazul retragerii copiilor de la parintii lor, din moment ce ea insasi a avut - cel putin unul - un termen la Curtea de Apel din Versailles, din moment ce ea a postat cazul unei tunisience care s-a judecat si aceea la aceeasi Curte de Apel pentru copilul ei, si a avut avocat.
Nu stiu, ma intreb din comentariile unora, desi e greu e drept, cand nu cunosti persoana , ce nu inteleg unii / unele ?
De ce sa ii tot spui sau sa o intrebi " Ti-ai luat avocat ? " intrebare care a urmat dupa indemnul sau sfatul " Ia-ti avocat si ia-ti fata inapoi !".
Dar e clar ca Iuliana nu are bani pentru avocat, pentru ca asta vrea si ea, o vrea pe fiica ei inapoi.
Un avocat costa.
Pentru moment, pe pagina/ contul ei, ieri seara Iuliana Dupont / Julie, a aratat in fotografii pachetul cu haine si incaltamine pe luna octombrie 2018, din partea ei, totul cumparat cu banii ei, pentru fetita ei, institutia A.S.E. care ii tine copilul cu forta i-a comunicat masurile fetei la haine si pantofi, si i-a cerut sa faca si alte cumparaturi.
Acuma, pentru luna noiembrie, din ce scrie Iuliana, asteapta vizita ei la propriul copil, pentru sfarsitul lunii, i-a cumparat acel paltonel il numeste ea, foarte frumos, rosu cu gaitane negre.
Scrie in dreptul postarii " .. ... pentru a se oferi .... Alexandrei ", asta inseamna ca asistenta familiala care creste copila va oferi paltonul rosu, micutei Alexandra si nu Iuliana mama fetitei, direct copilului.
De asemenea, fata aceasta, e drept, i-a semnat si ea petitia, fara sa stiu am semnat dupa ea, am fost urmatoarea care a semnat Petitia Iulianei - si care o sfatuieste sa isi ia avocat, a sfatuit-o si sa nu ii dea Alexandrei cartea in franceza cu rugaciuni/ religie, scrisa, aparent de un Pr. ortodox grec, pe motiv ca acum NU O VA INTELEGE SIGUR.
Pai normal ca la 2 ani si 5 luni - cineva, sau tot fata asta ? a intrebat-o pe Iuliana daca copila Alexandra stie sa citeasca ???? - fetita nu stie inca sa citeasca, dar e important sa vada ilustratiile, imaginile, de pilda semnul Crucii cu 3 degete unite, pentru ca se familiarizeaza cu ele, cu icoana Maicii Domnului cu Pruncul, si aceasta in ilustratie...
Normal ca nu o va intelege sigur, ca doar nu e de asteptat sa ii faca Curs de Teologie Dogmatica !

Cu privire la retragerea / ridicarea copiilor de la parintii lor :
Se pare ca s-a constatat ca exista 2 cazuri : 20 % din copiii ridicati au fost/ sunt victimele relelor tratamente din partea familiei lor, parintilor, dar 80 % sunt in situatia nu ei, ci parintii lor, dificultatilor materiale, legate de locul de munca, sau de lipsa locului de munca, dificulatatea de a-si castiga painea.
Precaritatea sociala.

Dar, vedeti, Iuliana scria ca A.S.E. ii tine copila pentru 7.500 euro / luna pentru copil, si cu toate ca e o suma importanta, A.S.E. ii comanda Iulianei, MAMEI, sa ii cumpere haine si incaltaminte si altele, si ii tot cere .... !
Acuma sincer, ca parinte, si copilul nici nu se supara ca e copil si nu isi da seama, sau daca isi da el seama de ceva, nu se supara pentru ca el isi iubeste parintii....
Acasa, parintele ii cumpara copilului pe luna, de cati bani dispune si el.
Poate nu ii va cumpara lunar cate 2, 3 rochite unei fetite, mai ales ca un copil creste rapid, si in functie de cum creste poate purta 2, 3 rochite, sa zicem 2 luni in loc de 1 luna, chiar 3 luni, sa admitem uneori.
Parintele se chiverniseste si el cu banii.
Pe cand asa, institutia Aide Sociale à L'Enfance OBLIGA PARINTELE BIOLOGIC SA II CUMPERE CELE NECESARE COPILULUI SAU BIOLOGIC, PE CARE IN CAZUL ASTA, A.S.E. PARE CHIAR CA IL TINE OSTATIC, I-L CRESTE CU DE-A SILA, PE BANII TOT AI PARINTELUI BIOLOGIC.
Si atunci, nu e o contradictie cu motivul precaritatii sociale, invocat cand judecatorul pentru copii dispune masura ridicarii copilului de la parintii sai ?????????????????
Ce precaritate e asta, ce saracie e asta, a parintilor cand Iuliana cumpara cele mai bune si scumpe haine si incaltari, si pentru finele lunii noiembrie un palton superb, dar prea subtire care desi subtire costa 70 euro sau 55 lire sterling ?????????????

Iuliana a postat intr-un grup, am sa vi-l atasez acum aici mai jos, un articol, pagina dintr-un ziar, interviul in care o femeie franceza explica cum i s-au luat copiii, cu exceptia ultimului copil, pe care l-a avut si l-a nascut, conceput cu un alt ( noul ei sot ) barbat si totodata s-a mutat in alt apartament / casa/ imobil, de aceea ultimul copil nu i-a fost luat.
Raman insa ceilalti.
Si, credeti, acestei femei Adeline Durbecq i-au reprosat institutiile Statului francez care i-au luat copiii, CA E PREA PLINA DE IUBIRE SI LIPSITA DE SEVERITATE SI AUTORITATE fata de copiii ei, si nu stie sa ii creasca.
E PREA PLINA DE IUBIRE, AUZITI SI VOI, O MAMA CU COPIII EI !!!!

Continutul pachetului cu haine pentru octombrie 2018 i l-am admirat si eu Iulianei caci l-a postat ieri si l-am gasit pe pagina mea in newsfeed, la sfarsit i-am spus ca nu inteleg de ce daca au atata banet sa ii creasca copilul, ii mai cer mamei atatea lucruri pentru copil si ii comanda sa mai cumpere inca si altele...
I-am spus ca in curand poate A.S.E. - functionarii ei - ii vor comunica Iulianei si masurile lor, ca si ei trebuie sa fie incaltati si imbracati, intretinuti de cineva.
Livia Jurjeu a intervenit si a spus ca e corect ce scriu ca am dreptate, " dar ...", nu stiu la ce s-o fi gandit Livia, cand a scris " dar ... "
Iuliana posteaza uneori si bonul care arata pretul hainelor.


Ceva nou, alte hainute pentru vizita de miercuri a Iulianei la Alexandra :
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Olivia Maria Marcov E foarte frumoasa Alexandra, fetita ta, si hainutele alese de tine si incaltamintea sunt alese cu multa dragoste si cu gust de tine !!! Desigur, copilul, orice copil merita tot ce e mai bun si orice mama ii cumpara copilului tot ce e mai bun, insa cu privire la aceasta institutie A.S.E. din Franta, nu inteleg totusi, au luat copilul, il tin la ei, si o pun pe mama sa ii cumpere tot ce are nevoie, adica au luat copilul de la mama dar il cresc pe banii mamei. Asta o spun pentru cei de la A.S.E.. In rest, cum am spus, mama si copilul - este cea mai puternica relatie de dragoste in viata asta a noastra, a oamenilor, deci e firesc ca tu ii cumperi si normal ca ingerasul tau de copil frumos merita tot binele si tot ce e mai bun !!!! Dar ciudatii acestia de la ASE, parca am citit ca ai scris tu undeva pe FB ca ei cresc copilul pentru 7.500 de Europ pe luna, pai din banii acestia ar trebui sa se ajunga sa ii cumpere un sifonier de haine si ghete ! E o chestie si cu banii astia ai ASE-ului, cum zicea avocatul acela la Curtea de Apel din Versailles, am gasit postarea cu cazul mamei tunisience, am citit-o din nou si nu pe fuga, ca prima data ( mie internetul nu prea imi merge bine, e lent si uneori nu pot citi ca lumea pe internet nimic..). Acolo in postarea aceea, despre mama tunisianca care si-a salvat copilul trimitandu-l in Tunisia, intr-adevar nu judecatorul i-a spus avocatului sa isi retraga fraza cand avocatul a spus ca e o chestiune de bani...
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Livia Jurjeu Da Ai Dreptate Olivia în tot ceea ce scrii știu dar...



Olivia Maria Marcov Si cartea aceea de rugaciuni frumoasa in franceza, poti sa i-o dai de pe acum, copilul se familiarizeaza cu imaginile, cu ilustratiile si e important ; desigur ca va invata mai tarziu sa citeasca, fireste, are timp de altfel. Important e sa vada imaginile, desenele din carte. Semnul sfintei Cruci cu trei degete unite. Fireste ca nu va intelege acum continutul cartii, nici nu trebuie, si pe de alta parte, in fond nu trebuie sa invete Teologia Dogmatica ortodoxa acum.... majoritatea nu o invata niciodata, cu exceptia preotilor, diaconilor, calugarilor, etc.
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[Tunis Afrique Presse] Tunis/Tunisia -Poet Ayoub Ali Lassoued Marzouki won the first prize at the international poetry competition of the 5th International Folk Poetry Festival in Douz (Southern Tunisia), held from November 1 to 4, 2018.
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[Tunis Afrique Presse] Tunis/Tunisia -German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier reiterated his country's willingness to support Tunisia's counter-terrorism efforts during his meeting Tuesday with President Béji Caid Essebsi in Berlin, on the fringes of the G20-Compact with Africa (G20-CwA) conference.
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          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.


          THE EZEKIEL 38-39 VICTORY WILL BE WON BY G-D: WHO ARE THE PLAYERS … AND WHO ARE NOT      Cache   Translate Page      

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THE EZEKIEL 38-39 VICTORY WILL BE WON BY G-D
WHO ARE THE PLAYERS … AND WHO ARE NOT

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The LORD G-d—whether the devil realizes it or not—is going to win a major conquest for Israel.
And not just win … but defeat Israel's enemies so badly that the world will recognize that G-d is the LORD.



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WHO ARE NOT ALIGNED AGAINST ISRAEL IN EZEKIEL 3839 BATTLE

In Ezekiel Chapter 38, there is NO mention of Israel’s neighbors joining in allegiance with the powers from the North. NO mention of:

Lebanon
Egypt
Saudi Arabia
Syria
Jordan
Iraq
Palestinians

The conflict described in Ezekiel Chapters 38 and 39 involves the powers from the North.

Son of man, set your face against Gog, the land of Magog, the chief prince of Meshech and Tubal, and prophesy against him,

And say, This is what the Lord G-D says; Behold, I am against you, O Gog, the chief prince of Meshech and Tubal:

And I will turn you back, and put hooks into your jaws, and I will bring you forth, and all your army, horses and horsemen, all of them clothed with all sorts of armor, even a great company with bucklers and shields, all of them handling weaponry:

Persia, Ethiopia, and Libya with them; all of them with shield and helmet:

Gomer, and all his bands; the house of Togarmah of the north quarters, and all his bands: and many people with you.” ‒ Ezekiel 38:2-6

NOTICE: Magog is a people group, while Gog is a Satanically inspired leader of that people.

Wilhelm Gesenius was a renowned German Biblical critic and pioneer of critical Hebrew lexicography and grammar. Here is his analysis of the “movers and shakers” in this passage.

Meshech was a barbarous people known as Moschi who dwelt in the Moschian mountains; the root from which the city of Moscow [derived] its name.”

However, Mushki (MŠK) of central and western Asia Minor, known in the classics (Homer, etc.) as Phrygia, fits very well. These people were well known to Ezekiel, and this may be the easier interpretation

We know that Persia is synonymous with present day Iran.

Tubal, Gomer and Togarmah represent sections of Turkey.

WHAT IS EZEKIEL SAYING TODAY

Read carefully Ezekiel Chapters 38 and 39. Then compare what you have read with the following synopsis. I think you will agree.

Russia, Turkey, Iran and other Middle East and North East African nations will form an alliance to attack Israel.

G-d will defeat this alliance of Magog and others on the hills of Israel, and leave only 17 percent of them.

It will take seven months to bury the dead bodies, and seven years to burn the implements of war (probably radioactive elements).

The victory for Israel will be so great and miraculous that ALL nations will realize that the G-d of Israel is the LORD.

Thus says the Lord G-D; Are you, Gog, the one of whom I have spoken in old time by my servants the prophets of Israel, which prophesied in those days many years that I would bring you against them?

And it shall come to pass at the same time when Gog shall come against the land of Israel, says the Lord G-D, that my fury shall come up in my face.

For in my jealousy and in the fire of my wrath have I spoken, Surely in that day there shall be a great shaking in the land of Israel;

So that the fish of the sea, and the birds of the heaven, and the beasts of the field, and all creeping things that creep upon the earth, and all the men that are upon the face of the earth, shall shake at my presence, and the mountains shall be thrown down, and the steep places shall fall, and every wall shall fall to the ground.

And I will call for a sword against him throughout all my mountains, says the Lord G-D: every man's weapon shall be against his brother.

And I will plead against him with pestilence and with blood; and I will rain upon him, and upon his bands, and upon the many people that are with him, an overflowing rain, and great hailstones, fire, and brimstone.

This is how I will magnify myself, and sanctify myself; and I will be known in the eyes of many nations, and they shall know that I am the LORD. Ezekiel 38:18-23

PLAYERS IN ALIGNMENT AGAINST ISRAEL IN EZEKIEL 38–39

Think about this: the players today in alignment against Israel are the same as mentioned in Ezekiel Chapters 38 and 39. We know this because of the cognate forms of names used in the original Hebrew. The only difference is … they have NOT attacked yet.

Magogthe Southern Steppes of Russia (former Soviet- Bloc countries);
Meshech―Central and Western Asia (and part of Turkey)
TubalTurkey;
PersiaIran;
EthiopiaSouthern Egypt, Sudan, Somalia;
LibyaLibya (may also include Algeria, Morocco, and Tunisia);
GomerNorth-Central Turkey;
TogarmahEastern Turkey.

The Triumvirate of Testing for Israel at this moment is: Russia, Iran, and Turkey. Russia cavorts with whomever, always seeking the balance of power: its own. Iran wants to exterminate anyone the Mad Mahdi doesn't approve, which happens to be ALL non-Muslims. And Turkey, is coming out of the closet, in preparation for her role as the headquarters for New World Governance.

RUSSIA

Russia has been attempting to attach its holdings in previous Soviet Bloc countries to prevent NATO encroachment into these areas. It was strategically taking advantage of the recent American president's (Obama) weakness in military experience and foreign policy negotiations.

IRAN

Iran wants to fill the void in the Middle East which resulted from the invasion of Iraq. (This also happens to be a goal of Turkey.) Iran, under the leadership of the Grand Meany and his puppet Barney Fife want to bring destruction and chaos to ALL non-Muslim people and nations.

Iran now has the capability to produce a nuclear weapon. It has warhead capability.

Many of America’s closest Mideast allies, particularly Israel and Saudi Arabia, have warned Washington against concluding a deal with Tehran. When Obama was President of the USA, Arab countries, in particular, worried that the U.S. would forge a closer relationship with Shiite Iran to confront radical Sunni groups, such as Islamic State and al Qaeda.

That was folly, because as Prime Minister of Israel, Benjamin Netanyahu pointed out in his speech to the USA Congress, “the enemy of your enemy―in this case―is (still) your enemy!”

The MAJOR reason Iran is NOT attacking Israel right now is to give Iran TIME to produce several bombs first. A secondary reason previously was as a major bargaining chip with the USA. Iran knew the recent USA President Obama had NO military background and was without experience in war strategy or military diplomacy. Iran felt the recent USA president was weak and would easily be dissuaded with rhetoric, using his Muslim upbringing as a tool on the chessboard.

If Iran can gain BOTH time and privilege, it will be a bonus toward their efforts. After using the recent USA President, and after gaining hard assets and other desirables earned via diplomacy, Iran was in even a better position to attack Israel. However, President Donald Trump withdrew from the Iran deal and placed hard sanctions once again against Iran. If, however, no advantageous benefits are to be realized from the USA, Iran can still attack Israel; all the while having created BOTH a situation of non-apprehension while creating more bombs.

TURKEY

As I mentioned in my podcast, Confidential: Intel for Israel, (12 Feb, 2009), Turkey will be the new headquarters for the New World Governance. In due time it will become obvious that it will in effect be the (clandestine) headquarters of the NIO: New Islamic Order.

As the Global Governance center, Turkey will come into position after breaking away from its previous European and Western associations, andas the Eastern leg of the old Roman Empireit will be the epicenter of Islamic geopolitical and financial concourse.

Already, since I provided this information in 2009, we have seen (via Vaadat Orchim) that Turkey is parlaying and weighing her odds for partnership to her greatest advantage: Russia (and the Caucasus), Saudi Arabia, or Iran. Eitheror allof the three, as bedfellows, will still have the stamp of Islam.

Baruch haba b'Shem Adonai.

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Prince Handley
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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.


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