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          Un policía mata a dos civiles en Mogadiscio, Somalia      Comment   Translate Page      
Un militar del Ejército de Somalia ha matado a tiros este sábado a dos civiles en Mogadiscio, según ha informado la emisora Radio Shabelle, que cita a testigos presenciales.
          Comentario en Canciller Bruno Rodríguez conversa con su homóloga de Kenya sobre médicos cubanos secuestrados por sachiel      Comment   Translate Page      
¿y qué dice Somalia...?
          ASSIMILATION HAS NEVER BEEN QUICKER:      Comment   Translate Page      
How migrants' values change after moving to Sweden (The Local, Apr. 12th, 2019)

A majority of those questioned (57 percent) in the survey, which was carried out on the request of the Swedish government, reported feeling 'very at home' in Sweden. A further 32 percent felt 'quite at home' and only six percent didn't feel at home at all. Almost as many (55 percent) felt at home in the specific municipality they were living in. 

When these responses were broken down by nationality, people from Somalia felt most at home, followed by those in Eritrea and Turkey (only seven countries had enough respondents to be included individually: Syria, Afghanistan, Eritrea, Iraq, Somalia, Iran and Turkey). The majority of respondents came from Middle Eastern and North African countries, while around one fifth were from Sub-Saharan Africa, and others came from South Asia, South East Asia and East Asia, and from Central and Eastern Europe. [...]

Puranen explained that in the World Values Survey and two other major surveys (the European Values Study and the European Social Survey) carried out since 1981, only a tiny proportion of interviewees in Western countries have been Muslims who have moved to those countries (including Western European countries, North America, Australia and New Zealand) from overseas. 

"It's a democratic issue that we should have a better representation of these groups," said Puranen, explaining the motivation for the study, which focused primarily on Muslim migrants.

Around 6,500 non-EU migrants living in 54 municipalities, from Piteå in the north to Vellinge at the southern tip of Sweden, answered questions about their personal values and how they felt in Sweden. The survey included people who had moved to Sweden for a variety of reasons: more than half or 52 percent had arrived as refugees, while 37 percent moved to join a partner in Sweden and eight percent moved for work.

Most of those questioned felt equally proud of Sweden and their home countries, with 72 percent saying they were proud to be Swedish and 77 percent proud to be from their country of origin. [...]

One interesting finding was that respondents were typically closer to Sweden on the cultural map than their home countries, which could be due to people being more likely to move to a country where their values were similar, or could be a marker of integration of these groups.

"The relatively fast switch to some parts of the emancipated values also surprised, like acceptance of equality (but not segregated choices), acceptance of women's work, democracy, (making your voice heard, et cetera)," the researcher said.

          Somalia, int’l partners meet in Mogadishu      Comment   Translate Page      
The meeting brought together stakeholders from across the country, including representatives from the Federal Line Ministries, FMS, UN, NGOs and donors, to draw urgent attention to the humanitarian crisis in Somalia and the need for a swift and substantial response.
          Remote Sensing, Vol. 11, Pages 902: Monitoring Extreme Agricultural Drought over the Horn of Africa (HOA) Using Remote Sensing Measurements      Comment   Translate Page      
Abstract The Horn of Africa ((HOA), including Djibouti, Eritrea, Ethiopia, and Somalia) has been slammed by extreme drought within the past years, and has become one of the most food-insecure regions in the world. Millions of people in the HOA are undernourished and are at risk of famine.
          Oxfam alerta de que la falta de agua deja a Somalilandia "al borde del precipicio"      Comment   Translate Page      
La hambruna sería el peor escenario al que se enfrentaría la población, a menos que llegue ayuda, alerta Oxfam. Somalilandia se asoma "al borde del precipicio" de una crisis humanitaria. La persistente sequía en esta región semiautónoma del norte de Somalia sumada a las esporádicas lluvias por....
          Somali'de iki ayrı çatışma: 6 ölü      Comment   Translate Page      
Somali’nin başkenti Mogadişu’da polis ve tuk-tuk şoförleri arasında çıkan yol kavgası sonucu yaşanan olayda 4 kişi, polisler ve askerler arasında çıkan çatışmada ise 2 kişi hayatını kaybetti.
          Somalia: Archontology      Comment   Translate Page      
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          US warns citizens to ‘reconsider travelling to Nigeria’      Comment   Translate Page      

The US department of state has cautioned its citizens to “reconsider travel to Nigeria because violent crime, such as armed robbery, assault, carjacking, terrorism, civil unrest, kidnapping, rape and piracy, is common throughout the country.”

In a travel advisory recently released on its website, which contains information on the safety and security of US travellers, Nigeria was listed among 35 countries with a “K” indicator that indicates where its citizens could be at risk of getting kidnapped or taken hostage.

“The new “K” indicator is part of our ongoing commitment to provide clear and comprehensive travel safety information to U.S. citizens so they can make informed travel decisions,” the department said.

“The Travel Advisories for 35 countries have been updated to include a “K” indicator for the risk of kidnapping and/or hostage taking: Afghanistan, Algeria, Angola, Bangladesh, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Colombia, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Ethiopia, Haiti, Iran, Iraq, Kenya, Lebanon, Libya, Malaysia, Mali, Mexico, Niger, Nigeria, Pakistan, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, Russian Federation, Somalia, South Sudan, Sudan, Syria, Trinidad and Tobago, Turkey, Uganda, Ukraine (in Russian-controlled eastern Ukraine), Venezuela, and Yemen.”

While Nigeria was placed on level 3, the US department of state issued a level 4 travel alert for Borno, Yobe and Adamawa states.

“The security situation in northeast Nigeria is fluid and unpredictable, particularly in Borno and Yobe States and northern Adamawa State,” the department said.

“Terrorist groups based in the Northeast target churches, schools, mosques, government installations, educational institutions, and entertainment venues. Approximately two million of Nigerians have been displaced as a result of the violence in northeast Nigeria.”

The 35 countries were placed in four levels of travel with respect to their safety and security risk.
          Rep. Omar Virtue Signals With "No Ban Act" - Except Obama's Travel Bans Were 16x That Of Trump's      Comment   Translate Page      


As Democrats prepare to introduce ‘No Ban Act’ legislation to end what they say is President Donald Trump’s racist Muslim ban they should take a moment to read the new Government Accountability Office report issued Thursday. It shows that under President Obama the travel ban rate for security reasons in 2015 was 16 times higher than under Trump in 2017 based on the one year data that was available to GAO.

It also indicates a very significant finding: that the Trump administration’s executive orders not only did not increase its refusal rate -for terrorism and security related reasons- but it was lower for the respective years studied.

GAO’s analysis indicates that, out of the nearly 2.8 million NIV applications refused in fiscal year 2017, 1,338 applications were refused specifically due to visa entry restrictions implemented per the executive actions,” stated the report.

In fact, the nonimmigrant visa refusal rate rose under Obama’s tenure from about “14 percent in fiscal year 2012 to about 22 percent in fiscal year 2016, and remained about the same in fiscal year 2017; averaging about 18 percent over the time period,” according to the report. “The total number of NIVs issued peaked in fiscal year 2015 at about 10.89 million, before falling in fiscal years 2016 and 2017 to 10.38 million and 9.68 million, respectively.”

For example, in 2015, “CBP data showed that it identified and interdicted over 22,000 high-risk air travelers through these programs” according to the most recent data available at the time of GAO’s report it stated.


Nonimmigrant visa’s are those issued to foreign nationals seeking admission into the United States. Some examples are visas issued to tourists, students and businessmen seeking temporary status.

According to the GAO, “the number of adjudications peaked at about 13.4 million in fiscal year 2016, and decreased by about 880,000 adjudications in fiscal year 2017.”

State Department Stats

From the time period above, the State Department denied roughly 18 percent of adjudicated applications “of which more than 90 percent were because the applicant did not qualify for the visa sought” and only “0.05 percent were due to terrorism and security-related concerns.”

The report noted that previous successful and attempted terrorist attacks against the United States raised questions about the U.S. vetting system. One example listed in the report was the December 2015, terrorist attack in  San Bernardino, California, which led to the deaths of 14 people with dozens more injured. One of the attackers was admitted into the United States under a nonimmigrant visa, stated the report.

Lack of Vetting 

President Trump issued his executive travel ban in 2017 based on the apparent lack of vetting and what some security analysts described as an “open gateway” for applicants from nations affiliated with terrorist organizations.

“Trump’s ban was not targeting Muslims it was using common sense to keep dangerous persons from entering the country through the visa system based on factual evidence of past attempted attacks and ones that we couldn’t stop,” said a DHS official, who was not authorized to speak to the media.

“The failure was that system tied the hands of adjudicators in many cases – they just didn’t have all the information necessary to appropriately vet those entering the United States,” the DHS official added. “For nations like Syria, Libya and Yemen it’s almost impossible to know the intentions of those being vetted because those nations are not stable or have well functioning governments.”

The report noted that an August 2018, analysis of State data “indicates that relatively few applicants— approximately 0.05 percent—were refused for terrorism and other security-related reasons from fiscal years 2012 through 2017.”

It also shows that in 2017, under President Trump there was not a significant increase in refusals because State Department “data indicate that 1,256 refusals (or 0.05 percent) were based on terrorism and other security-related concerns, of which 357 refusals were specifically for terrorism-related reasons.”

From 2012 To 2017 Most NIVS Were Denied For Reasons Other Than Security or Terrorism

State data indicate that more than 90 percent of NIVs refused each year from fiscal years 2012 through 2017 were based on the consular officers’ determination that the applicants were ineligible nonimmigrants—in other words, the consular officers believed that the applicant was an intending immigrant seeking to stay permanently in the United States, which would generally violate NIV conditions, or that the applicant otherwise failed to demonstrate eligibility for the particular visa he or she was seeking. For example, an applicant applying for a student visa could be refused as an ineligible nonimmigrant for failure to demonstrate possession of sufficient funds to cover his or her educational expenses, as required.

Under former President Obama the numbers were much higher. For example, “in fiscal year 2015 DHS’s predeparture programs stopped 22,000 high-risk travelers from entering the country.”

The Numbers and and Ilhan Omar’s “No Ban Act”

The numbers are important. Why? Because some Democrats, led by Minnesota Rep. Ilhan Omar, have introduced “The No Ban Act,”  which directly targets the Trump administration’s travel ban policy. The policy prevents persons from nations such as Iran, Libya, Syria, Yemen and Somalia from entering the country. The reason being, is that the majority of these nations do not have a functioning government capable of documenting or clearing those traveling to the United States and concern that some of these countries are safe-havens for terrorist organizations, as listed by the State Department. 

Last year, Trump’s third executive travel ban order was upheld in a 5-4 ruling by the Supreme Court.

Chief Justice John Roberts, who authored the majority opinion, noted that the president was within his authority to impose the ban. Trump based the ban on extensive national security concerns regarding travelers from these nations.

Roberts opinion noted it was not the court’s place to pass judgment on Trump’s previous comments during the campaign regarding immigrants.

Justice Sonia Sotomayor, wrote the dissenting opinion, and said Trump’s comments targeting Muslims should have been the reason to strike down his travel ban.

Omar’s bill, however, will face a steep battle in Congress and the Senate. It would effectively end Trump’s policies to limit entry from these unstable and mostly ungoverned nations. It would also limit the government ability to conduct extreme vetting of immigrants who attempt to comet to the U.S. from countries designated as a threat because of ties to terrorism.

Here’s what Omar had to say: 

“The Muslim ban is a moral stain on our country’s history,” Omar said.

“Proud to have joined my colleagues in introducing the #NoBanAct yesterday to put an end to this discriminatory ban,” Omar said on Twitter.

Omar could not be immediately reached for comment.

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  • About 2.8 million nonimmigrant visa applications were refused in fiscal year 2017—over 90% of which were because the applicant di 0.05% of applications were refused for security-related concerns

  • 1,338 visa applications were refused because of the President’s visa entry restrictions for people from certain countries.

  • In fiscal year 2015 DHS’s predeparture programs stopped 22,000 high-risk travelers from entering the country


In August 2018, GAO reported that the total number of nonimmigrant visa (NIV) applications that Department of State (State) consular officers adjudicated annually increased from fiscal years 2012 through 2016, but decreased in fiscal year 2017 (the most recent data available at the time of GAO’s report).


NIVs are issued to foreign nationals, such as tourists, business visitors, and students, seeking temporary admission into the United States. The number of adjudications peaked at about 13.4 million in fiscal year 2016, and decreased by about 880,000 adjudications in fiscal year 2017. State refused about 18 percent of adjudicated applications during this time period, of which more than 90 percent were because the applicant did not qualify for the visa sought and 0.05 percent were due to terrorism and security-related concerns. In 2017, two executive orders and a proclamation issued by the President required, among other actions, visa entry restrictions for nationals of certain listed countries of concern. GAO’s analysis indicates that, out of the nearly 2.8 million NIV applications refused in fiscal year 2017, 1,338 applications were refused specifically due to visa entry restrictions implemented per the executive actions.

Nonimmigrant Visa Adjudications, Fiscal Years 2012 through 2017

In January 2017, GAO reported that the Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) operates predeparture programs to help identify and interdict high-risk travelers before they board U.S.- bound flights. CBP officers inspect all U.S.-bound travelers on those flights that are precleared at the 15 Preclearance locations at foreign airports—which serve as U.S. ports of entry—and, if deemed inadmissible, a traveler will not be permitted to board the aircraft. CBP also operates nine Immigration Advisory Program and two Joint Security Program locations, as well as three Regional Carrier Liaison Groups, through which CBP may recommend that air carriers not permit identified high-risk travelers to board U.S.-bound flights.

CBP Data High Risk

CBP data showed that it identified and interdicted over 22,000 high-risk air travelers through these programs in fiscal year 2015 (the most recent data available at the time of GAO’s report). While CBP tracked some data, such as the number of travelers deemed inadmissible, it had not fully evaluated the overall effectiveness of these programs. GAO recommended that CBP develop a system of performance measures and baselines to better position CBP to assess program performance. As of December 2018, CBP set preliminary performance targets for fiscal year 2019, and plans to set targets for future fiscal years by October 31, 2019. GAO will continue to review CBP’s actions to address this recommendation.

Why GAO Did This Study

Previous attempted and successful terrorist attacks against the United States have raised questions about the security of the U.S. government’s screening and vetting processes for NIVs. State manages the visa adjudication process. DHS seeks to identify and interdict travelers who are potential security threats to the United States, such as foreign fighters and potential terrorists, human traffickers, drug smugglers and otherwise inadmissible persons, at the earliest possible point in time. DHS also has certain responsibilities for strengthening the security of the visa process. In 2017, the President issued executive actions directing agencies to improve visa screening and vetting, and establishing nationality-based visa entry restrictions, which the Supreme Court upheld in June 2018.

This statement addresses (1) data and information on NIV adjudications and (2) CBP programs aimed at preventing high-risk travelers from boarding U.S.-bound flights. This statement is based on prior products GAO issued in January 2017 and August 2018, along with selected updates conducted in December 2018 to obtain information from DHS on actions it has taken to address a prior GAO recommendation.

What GAO Recommends

GAO previously recommended that CBP evaluate the effectiveness of its predeparture programs. DHS agreed with GAO’s recommendation and CBP has actions under way to address it.

Click here for GAO Report...

          Comment on Ilhan Omar Bashed For Reference To 9/11 As ‘Something’ That ‘Some People Did’ by Ani Hakoton      Comment   Translate Page      
Some people did something in Somalia, no reason to leave. Why claim refugee status and run to America, when it was only some people doing something?
          US military mission in Somalia could take seven years to complete - CNN      Comment   Translate Page      
US military mission in Somalia could take seven years to complete  CNN

This week President Donald Trump signed an executive order extending a presidential declaration of a national emergency concerning Somalia for another year ...

          US military's 7-year plan for Somalia      Comment   Translate Page      
This week President Donald Trump signed an executive order extending a presidential declaration of a national emergency concerning Somalia for another year, calling the Islamist insurgency plaguing that country an "unusual and extraordinary threat" to the US.
          4/14/2019: News: Plane mutiny rapist is back on our streets      Comment   Translate Page      

A RAPIST whose deportation was halted when airline passengers staged a mutiny is back on the streets after being released on bail, The Mail on Sunday can reveal. Yaqub Ahmed, who should have been deported to his native Somalia last October, was...
          TerraSonic 12-08-2018 with Joel Davis      Comment   Translate Page      

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          Gunmen abduct Cuban doctors near Kenya's border with Somalia      Comment   Translate Page      
The two doctors working for the Kenyan government were taken in the northeastern town Mandera, according to local media.
           Convicted Somalian is living in Wales as lawyers fight his extradition       Comment   Translate Page      
Yaqub Ahmed, 29, was convicted and jailed with three other men for raping a 16-year-old girl in 2007. He was due to be deported to his native Somalia in October 2018.
          US military mission in Somalia could take seven years to complete      Comment   Translate Page      
(CNN) — This week President Donald Trump signed an executive order extending a presidential declaration of a national emergency concerning Somalia for another year, calling the Islamist insurgency plaguing that country an “unusual and extraordinary threat” to the US. But even if that is the last extension of the declaration, US defense officials say the mission in the country is likely to take years to complete. The fight there hinges on US Special Operations Forces being able to train an […]
           Comment on April 14th – 2019 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #815 by MelH       Comment   Translate Page      
Nobody lifts a finger to get Omar and the other dissidents out of the Congress. What other country would let themselves be run by a group that included Muslim terrorists. Of course she was voted in....Obama filled her district of Minnesota with Muslims from Somalia. Why Minnesota, i wonder?
          “Mare di latte”: incredibile e misterioso fenomeno di luce nell’Oceano Indiano      Comment   Translate Page      
“Mare di latte”: incredibile e misterioso fenomeno di luce nell’Oceano Indiano

Una intensa luminescenza catturata da un satellite americano al largo della Somalia, confonde da anni gli scienziati. Cosa produce il fenomeno del "Mare di latte"? Un fenomeno naturale che ancora non conosciamo, oppure là sotto c'è qualcosa o qualcuno?
Il 25 gennaio del 1995, un satellite dell'esercito americano cattura una strana immagine mentre è in orbita sopra l'Oceano Indiano. Il satellite fotografa un'area ad est del Corno d'Africa, a 270 km dalla costa somala. Siccome è notte, l'oceano dovrebbe essere completamente buio, quindi perchè compare una immensa striscia luminosa?
L'immagine è stata scattata a più di 800 km di distanza dalla terra. Stando ai calcoli, lo strano bagliore ricopre oltre 15.500 km², una superficie estesa quanto la Calabria. Le dimensioni di questa macchia bianca e luminosa, da allora, incuriosiscono gli scienziati. Quale fenomeno potrebbe emanare una luce così intesa su un'area così estesa?...

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          Convicted Somalian is living in Wales as lawyers fight his extradition      Comment   Translate Page      
Yaqub Ahmed, 29, was convicted and jailed with three other men for raping a 16-year-old girl in 2007. He was due to be deported to his native Somalia in October 2018.
          Somalia: Deadly Protests Erupt in Mogadishu Over Killing of Rickshaw Driver      Comment   Translate Page      
[VOA] At least five people were killed Saturday in Mogadishu during violent demonstrations staged by hundreds of drivers, who took to the streets of the Somali capital to protest the killing of a driver of a tuktuk, or motorized rickshaw, as well as road closures that hinder the city's movement.
           Comment on The U.S. Bars Entry To Founder Of The BDS Movement by Anonymous       Comment   Translate Page      
Of Ilhan Omar, Anti-Semitism, and America By Sebastian Gorka|April 10th, 2019 It was only a matter of time. And in this case, it didn’t take long at all. After Representative Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.) made her racist remarks about the “evil” and “hypnotic” influence of Israel, the undue influence of the Jewish lobby in Washington, (“it’s all about the Benjamins”), and the dual loyalty of American Jews, Democrats were on track to censure her by name from the floor of the House. But it never happened. Nancy Pelosi proved too weak. After almost a week of wrangling, the committee that drafted the final statement on the scandalous freshman representative released a final text that never mentioned her by name, her statements, or any need for her to apologize for her bigotry. (Not coincidentally, Omar sits on this very committee.) In fact, the final language was such generic and anodyne boilerplate that it could have been issued at any time, by either party, for any reason or no reason at all. That the Speaker of the House was so timid in the face of such shocking behavior should surprise no one. Behold the face of the Democratic Party: minority, young, and racist. This is the fruit of identity politics. Be it Omar, who is on the cover of the current issue of Newsweek, Rashida Talib (D-Mich.) who signaled the need to obliterate Israel on her first day in office, or the leader of the pack, Alexandria Ocasio Cortez (D-N.Y.), a proud supporter of the anti-Israel BDS movement, the “new faces” of the DNC constitute a united front in their hatred for our Semitic brethren. And no matter what Pelosi says, Omar will not be reined in. In the less than two months since the Democratic House leadership was forced to take its limp-wristed action, the immigrant saved from the hell that is “modern” Somalia has let her inner racist out once more, as this Monday she took her anti-Semitism to Twitter to attack a member of the Trump Administration. Stephen Miller, my former colleague in the White House, is a very intelligent but quiet young man. On those rare occasions when he does veer towards being outspoken, it is almost always within his special “lane” of immigration policy. He does not talk publicly about his family background or personal beliefs, nor does he feel especially compelled to share the fact that he is Jewish, though it’s no secret. That is why Omar’s Monday attack on him is all the more egregious. To call Stephen Miller a “white nationalist” is more than simply obnoxious, given that white nationalism is an ideology which targets those of color generally, and Jews specifically. Omar has yet to be sanctioned in any way by her party or the leadership in Congress for this newest act of hatred. This despite the fact that after her attack on Miller, a disturbing video surfaced on social media in which the congresswoman casually described the mass murder of 2,977 people by jihadists on September 11, 2001 as an event where “some people did something.” This was before she used 9/11 as the justification for the establishment of the Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR), a Hamas-front founded in 1994. A federal court in 2008 designated CAIR as an unindicted co-conspirator in the largest terrorist-financing trial in American history. The FBI had to sever all ties with the group exactly because of its ties to the Holy Land Foundation and its leaders who were convicted in that trial for sending $12.4 million to Hamas from the United States. In less than four months in Congress, Omar has used ancient and modern Anti-Semitic slurs to attack Jewish members of the Trump Administration, her fellow Jewish members of Congress, and our closest and best ally in the Middle East, Israel. She has trivialized the greatest terror attack on American soil since the founding of our republic, and has spoken warmly of those directly implicated by a federal court for their support of one of the deadliest perpetrators of international terrorism. Freedom of speech is a right of all Americans. But so is our choice to denounce, call out, and recall racists. Ilhan Omar is the most flagrantly racist figure in politics today. Every day her vile beliefs and words are tolerated by Nancy Pelosi and her fellow partisans is a day that proves just how morally bankrupt and devoid of any legitimacy the Democrats have become. [Content created by the Center for American Greatness, Inc. is available without charge to any eligible news publisher that can provide a significant audience. For licensing opportunities for our original content, please contact]
          Wanita pertama Muslim kulit hitam, bertudung, jadi pengadil bola sepak di Britain      Comment   Translate Page      
LONDON: Jawahir Roble atau dikenai sebagai dipanggil JJ merupakan pengadil bola sepak wanita pertama di Britain. JJ beragama Islam, berkulit hitam dan memakai jilbab. Keluarga JJ berhijrah dari Somalia ke Britain memulakan hidup baru ketika berlakunya perang saudara di negaranya. Sejak kecil, JJ peminat sukan bola sepak itu sudah bercita-cita menjadi pengadil permainan tersebut. Awalnya, […]
          US military's 7-year plan for Somalia      Comment   Translate Page      
This week President Donald Trump signed an executive order extending a presidential declaration of a national emergency concerning Somalia for another year, calling the Islamist insurgency plaguing that country an "unusual and extraordinary threat" to the US.

          Activists Call Out Glaring Differences In Case Against Somalian Cop In Minneapolis Shooting: ‘I Don’t Want to See a Black Officer Scapegoated’      Comment   Translate Page      
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — When an unarmed white woman who called 911 to report a crime […]
          Wajar Brunei Bidas Kritikan Terhadap Undang-undang Syariah. Persetan Mereka!      Comment   Translate Page      
PASANGAN baharu berkahwin bergambar berhampiran Masjid Sultan
PASANGAN baharu berkahwin bergambar berhampiran Masjid Sultan Omar Ali Saifuddien di Bandar Seri Begawan. Brunei menjelaskan jenayah terhadap penzinaan dan liwat adalah untuk melindungi keturunan dan perkahwinan individu Muslim terutama golongan wanita. AFP

BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN 12 April - Brunei menegaskan hukuman mati ke atas pelaku zina dan homoseksual yang terkandung dalam undang-undang syariah negara lebih bertujuan untuk mencegah berbanding menghukum.
Menurut laporan BBC, penjelasan itu dibuat susulan kenya­taan Pertubuhan Bangsa-Bangsa Bersatu (PBB) yang mengkritik penguatkuasaan undang-undang berkenaan.
PBB memaklumkan, Brunei melanggar hak asasi manusia apabila menguatkuasakan undang-undang syariah bermula 3 April lalu.
Mengikut undang-undang itu, pesalah liwat, zina dan rogol boleh dikenakan hukuman mati selain direjam serta hukuman potong tangan terhadap individu yang didapati bersalah atas kesalahan mencuri.
Mengulas kritikan PBB, Menteri Luar Brunei, Erywan Yusof memberitahu, pelaksanaan tersebut bertujuan lebih kepada mendidik, mencegah, rehabilitasi dan membentuk, berban­ding hanya menghukum.
Jelasnya, undang-undang syariah tidak menghukum berdasarkan orientasi seksual atau kepercayaan termasuk hubungan sejenis.
“Hukuman jenayah terhadap ‘penzinaan dan liwat adalah untuk melindungi keturunan dan perkahwinan individu Muslim terutama wanita’.
“Hukuman maksimum bagi pemotongan tangan atau mati hanya dijalankan bagi kes ter­tentu dengan sekurang-kurangnya dua lelaki ‘mempunyai moral tinggi dan warak’ perlu menjadi saksi,” katanya.
Pada 1 April lalu, Pesuruhjaya Tinggi PBB bagi Hak Asasi Manusia menghantar surat kepada wakil Brunei di Geneva memberi amaran pelaksanaan undang-undang syariah itu me­langgar ratifikasi ditandata­ngani pada 2006 dalam Deklarasi Universal Hak Asasi 1948.
Bagaimanapun, Brunei meneruskan perlaksanaan undang-undang syariah itu bersama undang-undang lain. (Utusan)
Ilustrasi Foto LGBT atau GLBT (Lesbian Gay Biseksual dan Transgender). (iStockphoto)
Komen Weblog Ibnu Hasyim: Memang patut pun Brunei membidas kritikan terhadap undang-undang syariah.
Menurut lapor BBC News..
Dikatakan, negara Brunei menyertai Iran, Arab Saudi, Yaman, Sudan, dan beberapa wilayah Nigeria dan Somalia, yang juga mengenakan penalti hukuman mati bagi pasangan yang sama, menurut Persatuan Antarabangsa Lesbian, Gay, Biseksual, Trans dan Interseks (ILGA).
Walau bagaimanapun, mengenal pasti negara-negara yang sebenarnya melaksanakan peraturan tersebut menjadi sukar. Amnesty International berkata bahawa ia tidak mempunyai laporan tentang hukuman mati berkaitan dengan penggunaan undang-undang anti-homoseksual dalam beberapa tahun kebelakangan ini.
Brunei mula menghukum LGBT 
Brunei mula menghukum LGBT melontar hingga mati, gay berasa 'takut' Undang-undang LGBT, seks dan syariah: Isi akaun Instagram yang dilaporkan oleh Sultan Brunei. Brunei mengenakan pelucutan LGBT, Pesuruhjaya Hak Asasi Manusia PBB menyebut 'undang-undang kejam dan tidak berperikemanusiaan'. 

Itu menurut mereka, yang anti kepada negara-negara umat Islam.

Menurut BBC lagi.

Bagaimanapun, sebelum ini terdapat beberapa laporan mengenai hukuman mati homoseksual di Iran dan Arab Saudi. Walaupun Nigeria telah melontar penalti untuk homoseksual di rantau utara negara yang dikuasai oleh orang Islam - namun, tidak pernah ada laporan penguatkuasaannya.

Di mana hubungan seks yang sama tidak sah? Sebelum memohon hukuman rajam hingga mati beberapa lelaki gay yang melakukan hubungan seks, Brunei telah mengkategorikan homoseksual sebagai pelanggaran undang-undang dan sesiapa yang ditangkap sebagai homoseksual mempunyai hukuman penjara 10 tahun.

Undang-undang syariah yang berkuatkuasa pada 3 April juga digunakan untuk pasangan yang sama jantina. Hukumannya ialah 40 mata dan 10 tahun penjara. Penalti batu api juga akan ditujukan kepada pengguguran. Pencuri akan dipotong.

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Sekurang-kurangnya 70 negara menganggap hubungan jantina yang sama sebagai pelanggaran undang-undang, menurut ILGA. Sesetengah negara lain mempunyai peraturan yang ketat mengenai hubungan sesama jantina.

Salah seorang daripada mereka, Rusia, walaupun pasangan seks yang sama dianggap sah di negara ini pada tahun 1993. Ini kerana "pelbagai perundangan undang-undang yang menindas" telah berkuatkuasa sejak sedekad yang lalu, menurut ILGA. Di banyak tempat, melanggar peraturan ini boleh dihukum penjara dengan hukuman lama, denda, atau hukuman fizikal.

Negara Komanwel. Kebanyakan negara yang menjejaskan hubungan sesama jantina adalah negara-negara komanwel, mencapai 35 negara. Negara-negara ini merujuk kepada peraturan warisan zaman kolonial British.

Ketua Setiausaha Komanwel, Patricia Scotland, mendesak kerajaan Brunei untuk menimbang semula undang-undang baru, yang mana ia menyebut, "berpotensi membawa hukuman kejam dan tidak berperikemanusiaan yang bertentangan dengan undang-undang dan piawaian hak asasi manusia antarabangsa."

Keputusan Mahkamah Agung India pada 2018 membuang India dari senarai negara-negara yang secara jelas melarang hubungan jantina. Keahlian India di Komanwel membuat keputusan untuk membatalkan undang-undang era penjajahan yang penting, kata Teh Braun dari Amanah Kepercayaan Manusia, sebuah yayasan yang menyokong penolakan hukum anti-homoseksual.

"Putusan Mahkamah India, selepas satu setengah abad penindasan orang LGBT telah memberi isyarat perubahan di dunia," katanya kepada BBC News.

Cabaran undang-undang. Di beberapa negara, cabaran undang-undang dijangka membawa perubahan. Di Kenya, Mahkamah Tinggi akan memutuskan sama ada untuk menafikan homoseksual pada 24 Mei.

Di Botswana, keputusan Mahkamah Rayuan mengenai tuntutan undang-undang mengenai jenayah homoseksual akan dilaksanakan tahun ini. Di Jamaica, undang-undang yang menjejaskan hubungan homoseksual menghadapi tuntutan undang-undang.

Perkahwinan sama-seks

Perkahwinan sama-sex kini sah di 26 negara di seluruh dunia, kata ILGA. Walau bagaimanapun, definisi kadang-kadang boleh menjadi rumit. Sebagai contoh, perkahwinan sejenis adalah sah di UK tetapi masih melanggar peraturan di Ireland Utara.

Mahkamah tinggi Costa Rica baru-baru ini memutuskan untuk menyokong perkahwinan gay
Brazil dan Mexico juga termasuk dalam senarai negara-negara yang menghalalkan pasangan seks yang sama, menurut ILGA, kerana "melalui satu laluan undang-undang atau yang lain, nampaknya mungkin berkahwin dalam kebanyakan bidang kuasa".

Negara-negara yang mengesahkan perkahwinan gay:
• 2001 Belanda
• 2003 Belgium
• 2005 Kanada, Sepanyol
• 2006 Afrika Selatan
• 2009 Norway, Sweden
• 2010 Iceland, Portugal, Argentina
• 2012 Denmark
• 2013 Uruguay, New Zealand, Perancis, Brazil
• 2014 UK (tidak termasuk Ireland Utara)
• 2015 Luxembourg, Republik Ireland, Mexico, Amerika Syarikat
• 2016 Colombia
• 2017 Finland, Malta, Jerman dan Australia
• 2019 Austria
Dan pada Ogos 2018, mahkamah tinggi Costa Rica membatalkan larangan perkahwinan sesa.

Demikian BBC

Kesimpulan: Persetan sama mereka puak-puak anti Islam. Yang anehnya, ada puak-puak bangang dari negara umat Islam yang terikut-rikut.. Bengong!

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          Howlgalka Milliteriga Mareykanka Ka Wadaan Somalia Oo La Shaaciyey Xiliga La Soo Af-Jari Doono      Comment   Translate Page      
Madaxweyne Donald Trump waxa uu isbuucii hore qalinka ku duugay Amar Fulin oo muddo hal sanno lagu kordhiyey Xaalladda Degdegga Qaranka Maraykanka ee Somalia, iyadoo Alshabaab loo arko khatar aan caadi ahayn oo ka dhan ah Ammaanka Maraykanka. Saraakiisha Difaaca Maraykanka ayaa sheergay in xitaa Bayaanka xilli-kordhinta Khatarta Somalia, haddana Hawlgalka Milliteriga Maraykanka ka wadaan […]
          Somalia: Somalia: Dry conditions worsen as Gu’ rains delayed (As of 14 April 2019)      Comment   Translate Page      
Source: UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs
Country: Somalia

4.9 million food insecure people

1.2 million children projected to be malnourished in 2019

2.6 million internally displaced people

IN FOCUS: Abnormal dryness leads to drought-like conditions

Significantly drier and hotter-than-normal conditions prevailed across the country during March, with the northern areas of Somaliland and Puntland particularly affected. The 2018 Deyr rains (October - December) have proven insufficient to sustain pasture through the harsh, windy weather of early 2019, leading to mild-moderate drought conditions across Somalia. The lack of water has manifested itself through hiked market prices and the scrutinization of available water sources, for functionality.
In response, partners and government authorities have begun earlier-than-normal water trucking in many areas.

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Source: UN Children's Fund, WASH Cluster
Country: Somalia

Overview (as of 31st March 2019)

Scaling-up on emergency water supply services are needed to support an incresing number of communities affected by water scarcity as mild to moderate drought conditions (Northern Somalia) or persistnent abnormal dryness conditions (Southern Somalia) are imminent. In total, 2 million individuals are now facing a risk of lacking of access to safe water based on the revised WASH Cluster Contingency Plan.

Regions presenting 90% or more of the needs unmet for water are Awdal, Wooqoyi Galbeed, Sanaag, Togdheer, Sool, Nugaal, Bari, Hiraan, Bakool, Bay, Lower and Middle Juba, Lower and Middle Shabelle. CERF/SHF recent allocations expected to adress partially the gaps in Sool, Sanaag, Bari and Awdal. Lack of funding is the root cause of these response gaps. Even if funds are committed in the coming months, the delay to re-activate partners that scaled down their activities these past weeks will trigger displacements and increased morbidity related to lack of water.

          Donald Trump Jr shares tweet calling Ilhan Omar's politics 'not American'      Comment   Translate Page      

Donald Trump Jr shares tweet calling Ilhan Omar's politics 'not American'Donald Trump Jr has liked tweets calling Ilhan Omar's politics "not American" and suggesting the Democrat has "no allegiance" to the US.Following his father's attacks on the Congresswoman over her remarks on the 9/11 terror attacks, he shared several critical quotes.One retweet from Donald Trump supporter Will Chamberlain, called Ms Omar - who is a US citizen but came to America as a child refugee from Somalia - "a walking advertisement for more restrictive immigration and refugee policies"."Nothing about her public statements indicates that she has any meaningful allegiance to this country or its people," it added. "Her politics are sectarian, not American."Mr Trump also accused people reporting death threats against Ms Omar of "telling one side of the story", while sharing numerous critical tweets.While speaking on Islamophobia, had said “CAIR was founded after 9/11 because they recognised that some people did something and that all of us were starting to lose access to our civil liberties.” The American political right quickly weaponised her wording and the president shared a video of the speech cut with 9/11 footage. Ms Omar said she would "defend democracy" as criticism continued on Saturday."This country was founded on the ideas of justice, of liberty, of the pursuit of happiness. But these core beliefs are under threat," she wrote on Twitter."No one person – no matter how corrupt, inept, or vicious – can threaten my unwavering love for America. I stand undeterred to continue fighting for equal opportunity in our pursuit of happiness for all Americans."

          Пираты Сомали / The Pirates of Somalia (2017) BDRip 1080p | iTunes      Comment   Translate Page      
Оригинальное название: The Pirates of Somalia
Русское название: Пираты Сомали
Жанр: Драма, биография
Год выхода: 2017
Выпущено: Сомали, Кения, Судан, ЮАР, США, BCDF Pictures
Режиссер: Брайан Бакли
В ролях: Аль Пачино, Эван Питерс, Мелани Гриффит, Баркхад Абди, Расселл Познер, Корал Пенья, Киана Мадани, Филип Эттинджер, Эйдан Уайток, Роберт Хоббс

Описание: В 2008 году журналист-новобранец Джей Бахадур формирует полусырой план по внедрению себя в банду пиратов Сомали. В конечном счете он добивается своего и первым смотрит изнутри на то, кто такие эти люди, как они живут, и что за силы ими управляют.

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          Пираты Сомали / The Pirates of Somalia (2017) BDRip      Comment   Translate Page      
Оригинальное название: The Pirates of Somalia
Русское название: Пираты Сомали
Жанр: Драма, биография
Год выхода: 2017
Выпущено: Сомали, Кения, Судан, ЮАР, США, BCDF Pictures
Режиссер: Брайан Бакли
В ролях: Аль Пачино, Эван Питерс, Мелани Гриффит, Баркхад Абди, Расселл Познер, Корал Пенья, Киана Мадани, Филип Эттинджер, Эйдан Уайток, Роберт Хоббс

Описание: В 2008 году журналист-новобранец Джей Бахадур формирует полусырой план по внедрению себя в банду пиратов Сомали. В конечном счете он добивается своего и первым смотрит изнутри на то, кто такие эти люди, как они живут, и что за силы ими управляют.

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           Muere en un ataque aéreo el 'número dos' de Estado Islámico en Somalia       Comment   Translate Page      
El jefe adjunto de Estado Islámico en Somalia, Abdihakim Dhoqob, ha muerto en un ataque aéreo ejecutado en la región somalí de Puntlandia, según ha confirmado este domingo un ministro local a Voice of America.
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В 2008 году журналист-новобранец Джей Бахадур формирует полусырой план по внедрению себя в банду пиратов Сомали. В конечном счете он добивается своего и первым смотрит изнутри на то, кто такие эти люди, как они живут, и что за силы ими управляют.
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          On Anniversary of Iraq Invasion, Bush Press Secretary Claims Bush Didn’t Lie      Comment   Translate Page      

(CJ Opinion) — On the sixteenth anniversary of the invasion of Iraq, as the US government threatens punitive action against International Criminal Court investigators for attempting to look into US war crimes, former George W Bush administration Press Secretary Ari Fleischer has decided to publish a Twitter thread claiming that Bush did not lie to the world about Iraq.
Here is a transcript of the full thread by Fleischer:
The Iraq war began sixteen years ago tomorrow. There is a myth about the war that I have been meaning to set straight for years. After no WMDs were found, the left claimed “Bush lied. People died.” This accusation itself is a lie. It’s time to put it to rest.
The fact is that President Bush (and I as press secretary) faithfully and accurately reported to the public what the intelligence community concluded. The CIA, along with the intelligence services of Egypt, France, Israel and others concluded that Saddam had WMD. We all turned out to be wrong. That is very different from lying.
After the war, a bipartisan group was created to determine what went wrong, particularly why the intelligence community’s conclusions about Iraq were so different from what was found on the ground after the war. The group of experts was named the Robb-Silberman commission. It’s report was issued in March 2005. It can be found in full here. Its key finding was that that a “major intelligence failure” took place. It also stated that no intelligence service was pressured by the Bush Administration to conclude that Saddam had WMDs.
Here are the key quotes from their report:
“Overall Commission Finding: The Intelligence Community’s performance in assessing Iraq’s pre-war weapons of mass destruction programs was a major intelligence failure.
Nuclear Weapons Summary Finding: The Intelligence Community seriously misjudged the status of Iraq’s alleged nuclear weapons program in the 2002 NIE and other pre-Iraq war intelligence products. This misjudgment stemmed chiefly from the Community’s failure to analyze correctly Iraq’s reasons for attempting to procure high-strength aluminum tubes.
Biological Warfare Summary Finding: The Intelligence Community seriously misjudged the status of Iraq’s biological weapons program in the 2002 NIE and other pre-war intelligence products. The primary reason for this misjudgment was the Intelligence Community’s heavy reliance on a human source — codenamed ‘Curveball’ — whose information later proved to be unreliable.
Chemical Warfare Summary Finding: The Intelligence Community erred in its 2002 NIE assessment of Iraq’s alleged chemical warfare program. The Community’s substantial overestimation of Iraq’s chemical warfare program was due chiefly to flaws in analysis and the paucity of quality information collected. In the case of Iraq, collectors of intelligence absorbed the prevailing analytic consensus and tended to reject or ignore contrary information. The result was ‘tunnel vision’ focusing on the Intelligence Community’s existing assumptions. The Intelligence Community did not make or change any analytic judgments in response to political pressure to reach a particular conclusion, but the pervasive conventional wisdom that Saddam retained WMD affected the analytic process. The CIA took too long to admit error in Iraq, and its Weapons Intelligence, Nonproliferation, and Arms Control Center actively discouraged analysts from investigating errors.
Finally, we closely examined the possibility that intelligence analysts were pressured by policymakers to change their judgments about Iraq’s nuclear, biological, and chemical weapons programs. The analysts who worked Iraqi weapons issues universally agreed that in no instance did political pressure cause them to skew or alter any of their analytical judgments.”
That is what the investigators reported, after been given full access to people throughout the intelligence community. Which leads me to conclude that there was a liar and his name was Saddam Hussein. He created an elaborate system of lies to fool western intelligence services and he succeeded. He wanted us to believe he had WMDs.
The allegaton that “Bush lied. People died” is a liberal myth created to politically target President Bush. I understand the anger that was felt after no WMDs were found. But that doesn’t justify calling the President a liar. I can only hope that serious historians and other experts do their homework and resist falling for this myth.

Ari Fleischer
The Iraq war began sixteen years ago tomorrow. There is a myth about the war that I have been meaning to set straight for years. After no WMDs were found, the left claimed “Bush lied. People died.” This accusation itself is a lie. It’s time to put it to rest.
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Ari Fleischer is lying. It is an absolute proven fact that George W Bush and his administration lied extensively about the degree of certainty in intelligence regarding Saddam Hussein possessing weapons of mass destruction, having ties to Al Qaeda, and seeking nuclear weapons, all of which (along with Vice President Cheney’s claim that the US invaders would be “greeted as liberators”) proved false. The Bush administration did not know the things they claimed to know with any degree of certainty, but they claimed that they were certain in order to manufacture support for war. Claiming to know something you do not know is lying, especially when it’s to advance an ulterior motive.
“Evidence from intelligence sources, secret communications and statements by people now in custody reveal that Saddam Hussein aids and protects terrorists, including members of Al Qaeda,” Bush claimed in January 2003. “Secretly, and without fingerprints, he could provide one of his hidden weapons to terrorists, or help them develop their own.”
“Simply stated, there is no doubt that Saddam Hussein now has weapons of mass destruction,” Cheney claimed in August 2002. “There is no doubt he is amassing them to use against our friends, against our allies, and against us.”
“The United States knows that Iraq has weapons of mass destruction,” Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld said in December 2002. “Any country on the face of the earth with an active intelligence program knows that Iraq has weapons of mass destruction.”
“We are absolutely sure they have continued to develop weapons of mass destruction, and we are sure they have in their possession weapons of mass destruction,” Secretary of State Colin Powell said in December 2002.
“My colleagues, every statement I make today is backed up by sources, solid sources,” Powell told the United Nations Security Council in his infamous Iraq presentation in February 2003. “These are not assertions. What we’re giving you are facts and conclusions based on solid intelligence.”
“People will continue to debate this issue, but there is no doubt in my mind,” Powell said in the same presentation. “These illicit procurement efforts show that Saddam Hussein is very much focused on putting in place the key missing piece from his nuclear weapons program, the ability to produce fissile material.”
Powell was not nearly as certain as he claimed to be. None of them were. Facts revealed after the invasion prove that for all their public claims of complete and total certainty that Saddam had weapons of mass destruction, was aiding and abetting Al Qaida, and was developing nuclear weapons, behind the veil of government secrecy there was nothing like certainty at all.

For starters, Rafid Ahmed Alwan al-Janabi, who was cited in Powell’s presentation and who Fleischer refers to by the code name “Curveball” in the above thread, was known to have been lying about bioweapons long before the invasion. Despite the confident assertions made by the Bush administration about Janabi’s claims to the public, no American personnel were present when he made those claims, and he told the Guardian in 2011that the BND (the German intelligence agency who interrogated him) had known he was lying all along.
“The BND [German intelligence] knew in 2000 that I was lying after they talked to my former boss, Dr Bassil Latif, who told them there were no mobile bioweapons factories,” Janabi said. “For 18 months after that they left me alone because they knew I was telling lies even though I never admitted it. Believe me, back then, I thought the whole thing was over for me. Then all of a sudden [in the run up to the 2003 invasion] they came back to me and started asking for more details about what I had told them. I still don’t know why the BND then passed on my information to the CIA and it ended up in Powell’s speech.”
Colonel Lawrence Wilkerson was Powell’s chief of staff and helped him prepare his UN presentation on Iraq. When asked on MSNBC if he believed he was lied to about Janabi following the 2011 revelation, Wilkerson told Cenk Uygur that “I cannot come to any other conclusion, especially when I have discovered that no US personnel were present when Curveball was interrogated by the BND, the German intelligence service. That we accepted that, that we even had a head of the European division for the CIA, Tyler Drumheller, who at the last minute during Powell’s preparation, during my preparation of the secretary, had told both Tenet and McLaughlin that Curveball might not be reliable. That information was never relayed to the Secretary of State, or to me. I have some serious doubts about it now. I think there was some manipulation of this material, and there was some outright lying.”

When asked by Uygur who he thought lied to him, Wilkerson said one of WINPAC’s two WMD experts at the time may have been answering directly to Dick Cheney’s office.

declassified report from 2002 titled Iraq: Status of WMD Programs reveals that while the Bush administration was making its claims of absolute certainty regarding the dangers posed by the Iraqi government, behind the scenes it was damn near the opposite. Some choice excerpts:
“Our assessments rely heavily on analytic assumptions and judgment rather than hard evidence. The evidentiary base is particularly sparse for Iraqi nuclear programs.”
“We range from 0% to about 75% knowledge on various aspects of their program.”
“Our knowledge of the Iraqi (nuclear) weapons program is based largely—perhaps 90%—on analysis of imprecise intelligence.”
“We cannot confirm the identity of any Iraqi facilities that produce, test, fill, or store biological weapons.”
“Our knowledge of what biological weapons the Iraqis are able to produce is nearly complete. Our knowledge of how and where they are produced is nearly 90% incomplete.”
“We do not know the status of enrichment capabilities. We do not know with confidence the location of any nuclear-weapon-related facilities.”
“Please take a look at this material as to what we don’t know about WMD. It is big.” (That one was from Rumsfeld.)
“We don’t know with any precision how much we don’t know.”
This is not the language of certainty. Yet certainty was presented to the public to manufacture support for a war which murdered a million Iraqis.

The 2002 Downing Street memo, made public in 2005, reveals a secret meeting between senior officials of the British government, intelligence and defense agencies discussing what they knew about America’s plans for war. The text of the document contains an assertion by the head of MI6 that Bush had already determined that the invasion of Iraq would take place, and it was only a matter of fixing bits of intelligence around a narrative to make the case.
“Military action was now seen as inevitable,” the document reads. “Bush wanted to remove Saddam, through military action, justified by the conjunction of terrorism and WMD. But the intelligence and facts were being fixed around the policy. The NSC had no patience with the UN route, and no enthusiasm for publishing material on the Iraqi regime’s record. There was little discussion in Washington of the aftermath after military action.”
“It seemed clear that Bush had made up his mind to take military action, even if the timing was not yet decided,” the document quotes Foreign Secretary Jack Straw as saying. “But the case was thin.”

In a 2008 hearing before the House Judiciary Committee, attorney and author Vincent Bugliosi pointed out that the fact that Bush lied about Iraq could be proven by the difference between the classified 2002 National Intelligence Estimate and its declassified white paper which was made available to the public. The classified version contained dissents from the consensus and language which made it clear that the reader was reading assessments and opinions by the CIA and other intelligence agencies, whereas the unclassified version saw these things deleted, presenting the assessments as absolute fact.
“The evidence that he lied about weapons of mass destruction, by the way, which is not the basis for this book, are right in front of me,” Bugliosi said. “I have it right here. Here is the evidence. This document here is the National Intelligence Estimate. I didn’t name it before. I talked about a classified report. This is it right here. October 1st, 2002, classified NIE report. It is called Iraq’s Continuing Programs of Weapons of Mass Destruction. In this document right here, the CIA and 15 other U.S. intelligence agencies use words like this, ‘we assess that’ or ‘we judge that’ Hussein has weapons of mass destruction. This document here is the white paper that was given to you folks here in Congress and the American people. And the words ‘we assess that’ or ‘we judge that’ were removed, meaning that you folks here heard a fact, and in fact, it was only an opinion.
“Number two, on nuclear weapons, this document right here, the classified report has several important dissents. This document right here, the white paper that you folks were given and the American people, all of those dissents were deleted.”
Over and over and over again we saw the same thing: uncertainty presented as certainty. Guesses presented as fact. Opinions presented as proof. That’s a lie. Bush lied. We know this with as much certainty as his administration was pretending to have in the lead-up to the Iraq invasion. There was a pre-existing agenda to invade Iraq, and justifications were advanced to provide an excuse for that invasion with such extreme aggression that now-National Security Advisor John Bolton literally threatened to murder an international official’s children for making diplomacy work with Saddam.
Here are a few more courtesy of Vox:
In October 2002, Bush said that Saddam Hussein had a “massive stockpile” of biological weapons. But as CIA Director George Tenet noted in early 2004, the CIA had informed policymakers it had “no specific information on the types or quantities of weapons agent or stockpiles at Baghdad’s disposal.” The “massive stockpile” was just literally made up.
In December 2002, Bush declared, “We do not know whether or not [Iraq] has a nuclear weapon.” That was not what the National Intelligence Estimate said. As Tenet would later testify, “We said that Saddam did not have a nuclear weapon and probably would have been unable to make one until 2007 to 2009.” Bush did know whether or not Iraq had a nuclear weapon — and lied and said he didn’t know to hype the threat.
On CNN in September 2002, Condoleezza Rice claimed that aluminum tubes purchased by Iraq were “only really suited for nuclear weapons programs.” This was precisely the opposite of what nuclear experts at the Energy Department were saying; they argue that not only was it very possible the tubes were for nonnuclear purposes but that it was very likely they were too. Even more dire assessments about the tubes from other agencies were exaggerated by administration officials — and in any case, the claim that they’re “only really suited” for nuclear weapons is just false.
On numerous occasions, Dick Cheney cited a report that 9/11 conspirator Mohammed Atta had met in Prague with an Iraqi intelligence officer. He said this after the CIA and FBI concluded that this meeting never took place.
More generally on the question of Iraq and al-Qaeda, on September 18, 2001, Rice received a memo summarizing intelligence on the relationship, which concluded there was little evidence of links. Nonetheless Bush continued to claim that Hussein was “a threat because he’s dealing with al-Qaeda” more than a year later.
In August 2002, Dick Cheney declared, “Simply stated, there’s no doubt that Saddam Hussein now has weapons of mass destruction.” But as Corn notes, at that time there was “no confirmed intelligence at this point establishing that Saddam had revived a major WMD operation.” Gen. Anthony Zinni, who had heard the same intelligence and attended Cheney’s speech, would later say in a documentary, “It was a total shock. I couldn’t believe the vice president was saying this, you know? In doing work with the CIA on Iraq WMD, through all the briefings I heard at Langley, I never saw one piece of credible evidence that there was an ongoing program.”

In 2007 General Wesley Clark told Democracy Now that he’d actually been informed of the decision to invade Iraq immediately after 9/11, while the crosshairs were turning on Afghanistan and well before the public narrative was being amped up in demand of an invasion of Iraq. His comments read as follows:
About ten days after 9/11, I went through the Pentagon and I saw Secretary Rumsfeld and Deputy Secretary Wolfowitz. I went downstairs just to say hello to some of the people on the Joint Staff who used to work for me, and one of the generals called me in.
He said, “Sir, you’ve got to come in and talk to me a second.” I said, “Well, you’re too busy.” He said, “No, no.” He says, “We’ve made the decision we’re going to war with Iraq.” This was on or about the 20th of September. I said, “We’re going to war with Iraq? Why?” He said, “I don’t know.” He said, “I guess they don’t know what else to do.” So I said, “Well, did they find some information connecting Saddam to al-Qaeda?” He said, “No, no.” He says, “There’s nothing new that way. They just made the decision to go to war with Iraq.” He said, “I guess it’s like we don’t know what to do about terrorists, but we’ve got a good military and we can take down governments.” And he said, “I guess if the only tool you have is a hammer, every problem has to look like a nail.”
So I came back to see him a few weeks later, and by that time we were bombing in Afghanistan. I said, “Are we still going to war with Iraq?” And he said, “Oh, it’s worse than that.” He reached over on his desk. He picked up a piece of paper. And he said, “I just got this down from upstairs” — meaning the Secretary of Defense’s office — “today.” And he said, “This is a memo that describes how we’re going to take out seven countries in five years, starting with Iraq, and then Syria, Lebanon, Libya, Somalia, Sudan and, finishing off, Iran.” I said, “Is it classified?” He said, “Yes, sir.” I said, “Well, don’t show it to me.” And I saw him a year or so ago, and I said, “You remember that?” He said, “Sir, I didn’t show you that memo! I didn’t show it to you!”
Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, Libya, Somalia, Sudan and Iran. If you’ve been following the behaviors of the US war machine, Iraq won’t be the only painfully familiar name on that list.

Ari Fleischer is a liar. He was in the thick of the Bush administration’s campaign to sell the Iraq war to the American public, and to this day he continues trying to sell them on new acts of depraved US interventionism. He’s just as much a warmongering neocon inside as he was when he was behind a podium defending Bush’s wars in the press room, so it’s no wonder he wants to preserve the image of his insatiable death cult. Fleischer wants to preserve his legacy, yes, but he also wants to preserve support for the war machine whose feet he worships at, hence his ham-fisted attempt at narrative manipulation regarding the unforgivable Iraq invasion.
The responses to Fleischer’s Twitter thread have been overwhelmingly negative, though, so it doesn’t look like anyone’s buying it. In our new political landscape, where the image of George W Bush is being continually rehabilitated, that gives me a bit of hope.
These monsters lied to start a war which snuffed out a million human lives and destabilized an entire region, and they did it right in front of our faces. The fact that they’re now trying to lie about the thing we all watched them do is as insulting as it is infuriating. Never let them pull the wool over your eyes, and never forget what they did. Forgiveness is highly overrated.

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          WARNING: CIA PLOTTING APRIL 2019 CAMP LEMONNIER ATTACK AND/OR INVASION (APRIL 14, 2019): CIA Headquarters located beneath CERN at Lake Geneva in Switzerland Plotting Attack and/or Invasion of Camp Lemonnier in Djibouti, Somalia in April of 2019, Possibly Al Shabaab, Chinese, Iranian, Islamic, ISIS and/or Russian in Nature      Comment   Translate Page      
          Airstrike Kills Deputy Leader of IS in Somalia      Comment   Translate Page      
Fadumo Yasin contributed to this report from Bosaso in Puntland. The deputy leader of the Islamic State group in Somalia has been killed in an airstrike, a Somali regional minister told VOA. Abdisamad Mohamed Gallan, security Minister of the Puntland region, told VOA Somali the airstrike that killed Abdihakim Mohamed Ibrahim,  known as Dhoqob, took place Sunday between the villages of Hol Anod and Hiriro. Gallan said the strike hit the vehicle Dhoqob and another passenger were travelling in. He said both men were killed but the other person has not yet been identified. "The vehicle was burned," said a witness who didn't want to be named. IS Somalia is led by Sheikh Abdulkadir Mumin, a former scholar for al-Shabab. In October 2015 he defected from the group and pledged his allegiance to IS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. Dhoqob was Mumin's right-hand-man and has appeared in videos produced by the group. Mumin himself survived another airstrike in his mountainous hideout in Bari region in November 2017. "Killing one of their top leaders will speed up their eradication," Gallan said. Puntland officials have not commented on who carried out the attack but the U.S. military in Africa has been conducting relentless strikes against militants in Somalia. This year alone, U.S. has carried out more than 30 airstrikes, all of them against al-Shabab. IS has 200-300 men in Somalia according to experts. Al-Shabab and IS have recently been fighting in the eastern mountainous areas since December last year. Al-Shabab has vowed to eliminate its rival IS, accusing it of "dividing the jihadists." Security officials told VOA Somali that IS has lost some of its territory to al-Shabab.
          Air strike kills Islamic State deputy in Somali region      Comment   Translate Page      
An air strike killed the deputy leader of the Islamic State group in Somalia's semi-autonomous Puntland region, alongside another militant, a local security official said on Sunday.

          Ilhan Omar: The 9/11 Row Embroiling The US Congresswoman      Comment   Translate Page      
Representative Ilhan Omar is at the centre of the row about comments she made about 9/11 A Democratic congresswoman says she will not be silenced after facing a barrage of criticism over comments she made about the 9/11 attacks – including from Donald Trump. The US president tweeted “WE WILL NEVER FORGET” alongside a video showing footage of the 11 September 2001 terrorist attacks spliced with a speech by Representative Ilhan Omar. “Some people did something,” she is seen saying, in between footage of planes hitting the Twin Towers and people fleeing the buildings. Republicans have accused her of downplaying the attacks, but Democrats have largely rallied to her defence, saying she had been quoted out of context and some accusing Mr Trump of inciting violence against her and Muslims. Here is how the row developed. Who is Congresswoman Omar? Ms Omar won a Minnesota seat in the House of Representatives last November, becoming one of the first two Muslim women ever elected to the US Congress. Her family originally came to the US as refugees from Somalia and she is the first congresswoman to wear the hijab. The women who made history in the mid-terms Despite being a newcomer to […]
           Comment on Double Trouble by RJL       Comment   Translate Page      
Typical American short-term memory, it is time to refresh the neurons with the some of the past indiscretions’ of the Barry Soetoro (A.K.A. Barack Hussein Obama II) Administration’s shortcomings. • Eric Holder, Obama’s attorney general, broke the law by deliberately sending guns to Mexican drug lords and ignoring a contempt of Congress charge with impunity. • Obama lied about Obamacare. • Obama turned the IRS and the FBI into political instruments used against honest ordinary citizens to advance Obama’s political ends. • Obama bribed the Iranian mullahs with billions in US cash. • Obama lied about EPA regulations and “shovel ready jobs”. Both were political kickback schemes. • The Clintons skimmed millions of dollars from the charity relief efforts after the earthquake in Haiti. • The Clintons ran a pay-to-do-business scheme through the US State Department. • Hillary Clinton used private email accounts and her own insecure computer server to keep her communications separate from government IT systems, that were hacked by enemy agents. • Bill Clinton promised the US Attorney General that she would be nominated for a seat on the US Supreme Court as long as Hillary Clinton was not prosecuted. The Obama administration has been marred by debt, scandals, foreign policy failures, and an overall fragmentation of this country. He has plunged the United States into an abyss of economic debt that will create generations of American servitude paying off his wayward spending endeavors. The Red, White and Blue’s epitaph will read like a litany of failures perpetrated on both the American people and the world by this president: #Scandals (Though both Obama and the MSM denied any occurred!): IRS targets Obama’s enemies Benghazi Spying on the AP The ATF “Fast and Furious” scheme Sebelius demands payment The Pig ford Agriculture Department Scandal The General Services Administration Las Vegas Spending Spree. Veterans Affairs in Disney World and neglecting vets Solyndra New Black Panthers Voter Intimidation The hacking of Sharyl Attkisson’s computer Obama’s LIES about the Affordable Care Act “I’ll Pass My Own Laws” NSA Spying on American People Foreign Policy Lack of solidarity with Israel Disaster with the Arab Spring Crimea Leaving Iraq too soon and letting ISIS take over Handling of Syrian Red Line Calling ISIS “JV” Failing to Recognize ISIS as a Radical (or Devout) Muslim Movement Returning the bust of Churchill to the Brits Lack of Confidence by NATO nations Signing a Disastrous Nuclear Deal with the Mullahs of Iran Paid $5 Billion & Released 5 Taliban Prisoners For Deserter Bergdahl Waging war by attacking Libya without Congressional approval Allowed the building of Chinese bases in the South China Sea and off the coast of Somalia at the entrance to the gulf of Aden Paying ransom to Iranian for hostages- and using foreign currency in unmarked plane Lying about paying ransom (which media ignored!) Pays tribute to Japanese at Hiroshima on US Memorial Day Obama trashed America 18 times on Asian Tour Pushing the U.N. resolution condemning Israel for legally building houses in Jewish neighborhoods Released $221 million to the Palestinian Authority in last few hours of presidency Downed US drone taken by Iran, reverse engineered, and sent into Israel. Obama could have destroyed the drone instead of selling the United States and allies out by asking for the drone- which obviously was never returned. Domestic Policy Failure to secure the Border Illegals bringing guns, drug and diseases through the southern border Bowe Bergdahl swap Passing on the keystone pipeline 9 Trillion dollars more in debt Vast expansion of government Racial Division at all-time high Inviting Bomb Boy Ahmed to White House Disrespect for Cops Failed economic stimulus plan Constant disregard for the Constitution and tyrannical rule China overtook America as world’s largest economy Double Downgrade Housing policies failed to stop foreclosures Price of healthcare has drastically risen for those purchasing it Education policies failed to curb college costs Highest percentage of Americans on Food Stamps and Medicaid Record 92,898,000 Americans over 16 years not working Lowest Labor Force participation rate of 62.7% Denying the notion of American Exceptionalism Securing the Olympics for Chicago in 2016 Naming numerous Communists/Socialists/Progressives to Czar Positions Mismanagement and cover up of Terrorist shootings in San Bernardino, California Mismanagement of Gulf Oil Spill Disastrous Vetting Process of “Immigrants” from Muslim Nations Refusing to Listen to CIA/FBI that there is no way to properly vet certain immigrants from Muslim nations Fort Hood Shooting Colorado EPA Disaster Veto of 911 Crime Bill- which was overturned Worst economic recovery since the depression with anemic GDP numbers Over 94 million Americans out of the workforce Obama commutes sentence on Chelsea Manning Obama commuted the sentence of FALN activist Oscar López Rivera
          Fundamentalismo religioso frena avances de la comunidad lésbico-gay      Comment   Translate Page      

REDACCIÓN Los derechos de la población lésbico-gay parecen tener un contexto poco favorable en el mundo, ya que grupos religiosos se están uniendo y pregonan discursos de odio hacia esta comunidad tan vulnerable, destacó Luz Elena Aranda, cosecretaria de la organización internacional ILGA LAC. Hoy en día, los movimientos fundamentalistas ocupan terreno, no solo en Asia sino también en América y Europa, y avanzan, alertó la cosecretaria de la Asociación Internacional de Gays, Lesbianas, Bisexuales, Trans e Intersexuales, en América Latina y el Caribe (ILGA LAC). Refirió que el 5 de abril hubo una reunión en El Vaticano entre líderes de la comunidad LGBTTI y secretario de Estado, Pietro Parolin, donde reflexionaron que las religiones no pueden ser utilizadas como pretexto o para legitimar crímenes de odio y violencia. Aranda comentó sin embargo que hay otras religiones que actúan en su apoyo y esto debe servir para terminar con estas situaciones que no solo suceden en Asia sino en todo el mundo. Por ejemplo, dijo, la semana pasada entró en vigor en Brunéi un código penal basado en la sharia o ley islámica, que castiga con lapidación el sexo entre hombres y el adulterio, y prevé amputación de extremidades para sancionar otras conductas, impulsado por el jefe de Estado y primer ministro, el sultán Hassanal Bolkiah. Con esto, Brunéi se suma a países como Irán, Arabia Saudita, Yemen, Sudán, Mauritania y zonas de Nigeria y Somalia, que también castiga con pena de muerte a la población lésbico-gay. La activista dijo que la pena de muerte en Brunéi ya estaba instaurada hace años pero no se ha aplicado como tal desde 1957, pero las reformas impulsadas desde hace cinco años han sacado una primera batería para diversos castigos, para llegar hasta esto último. Si bien es difícil que suceda la lapidación, porque según el código penal la persona que cometió el acto debe confesar que es culpable y haber testigos, “es importante resaltar que en pleno 2019 el sultán y primer ministro de Brunéi haga estas declaraciones y modificaciones”. Por su parte, la coordinadora general de Fundación Arcoíris, Gloria Careaga, sostuvo que es un hecho lamentable que un sultanato tome la decisión de retomar las sagradas escrituras al pie de la letra, para imponer dichas sanciones a las personas. El problema, opinó, es que la resolución que tomó el sultán sigue un libro “sagrado” que fue escrito a través de los años y que incluso la misma Iglesia se ha actualizado poco a poco y ha modificado las interpretaciones que se han hecho en la biblia. La Iglesia Católica ha hecho cambios importantes para el reconocimiento de los derechos de las personas lesbianas y gays, hay una reflexión interna, por lo cual es una situación fuera de la realidad, apuntó Careaga. Refirió que ésta declaración aparece al tiempo que el experto independiente de la Organización de Naciones Unidas y que se dedica al seguimiento de las personas LGBTTTI, hizo un llamado para que en 2030 estuviera totalmente despenalizada la condición homosexual en el mundo. Puntualizó que en estás situaciones, las religiones juegan un papel importante, ya que si el sultán utiliza un libro sagrado para fundamentar la decisión que tomó, entonces ellas tienen una responsabilidad muy grande, porque será un elemento que las organizaciones pueden utilizar, y exigir al Vaticano que emita un juicio al respecto.

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          Republicans & Rupert Murdoch Created al-Qaeda when Ilhan Omar's Somalia upheld Scientific Socialism      Comment   Translate Page      
Ann Arbor (Informed Comment) – The dishonest smearing of Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) by the Rupert Murdoc
          DEAŞ’ın Somali’deki 2’inci lideri hava saldırısında öldürüldü      Comment   Translate Page      
DEAŞ’ın Somali’deki ikinci lideri Abdihakim Kudhub, düzenlenen hava saldırısında öldürüldü.

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