|Sudan's Military Says It Has Taken Control And Arrested President Omar Al-Bashir Comment Translate Page|
After nearly 30 years in power, Bashir is removed from power and detained by his own military.
Sudan's Military Says It Has Taken Control And Arrested President Omar Al-Bashir
By James Doubek, Laurel Wamsley | NPR
A military council has taken control of Sudan and arrested its longtime president, Omar al-Bashir, the country's military said Thursday. The move comes after opposition protesters recently gained new momentum in demanding al-Bashir leave office.
Sudan's defense minister, Awad Mohamed Ahmed Ibn Auf, said the "regime" had been removed and its head arrested, as he announced the coup in a televised statement.
The minister said a transitional military council will rule the country for two years before any democratic elections will take place.
Sudan awoke early to word from the state news agency that the military would be making an announcement — news that sent thousands of people flooding to the site where protesters have been calling for al-Bashir's ouster for months.
There has been so much anticipation for this moment, NPR's Halima Gikandi reports, that "some people were cheering but not really knowing what they were cheering for, and what was going to happen." In one sign of change, activists said many of their colleagues had been released from state prisons.
or protesters, the moment is bittersweet. Their primary demand has been for al-Bashir to step down. But their second demand was for a transitional government to move the country toward a democracy — and on Thursday, there were no indications of that happening.
The woman who has become an icon of the protests, Alaa Salah, tweeted that the military's announcement was unacceptable: "The people do not want a transitional military council. Change will not happen with Bashir's entire regime hoodwinking Sudanese civilians through a military coup. We want a civilian council to head the transition."
It's unclear what will happen next, but many Sudanese fear a military takeover. And with a number of military forces and government agencies now free to assert themselves, the political picture seems more complicated than ever.
"On one hand, you have the army, which in the past few days has been seeming to protect protesters," Gikandi explains. "And on the other hand, you have the national intelligence agency, which has been known to have done human rights violations. So what does it mean now for demonstrators to be seeing that the military is taking over, and installing a two-year transitional government, consisting of all of those various intelligence agencies?"
The opposition protests began in December over the price of bread, after the government ended subsidies. But the demonstrations soon spread to political concerns, and protesters demanded al-Bashir's ouster. Since Saturday, tens of thousands have maintained a protest vigil near the military headquarters in Sudan's capital, Khartoum.
The country's armed forces have been deployed around the capital's main roads and bridges, the BBC reports, and the city's main airport is closed.
The Sudanese Professionals Association, the civil society group that has led protests since December, had called on residents to mobilize on Thursday for a sit-in. The group tweeted that the military leadership must "hand over power to the people."
Sudan's current crisis "cannot be addressed through another military coup," the group said. The SPA called for protests to continue until power is handed over to a civil transitional government.
"We will not accept Bashir's aides as part of the new situation," protester Mohamed Adam told Reuters. "Those people have killed protesters."
Media reports say the current swell of protesters is largely peaceful. The SPA said it advocated a peaceful "approach to revolution and change."
Sudanese security forces killed at least 14 people on Tuesday, NPR previously reported. But according to the BBC, the army stepped in to protect protesters from at least two attacks by forces loyal to al-Bashir.
His ouster comes just a week after Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika resigned, following weeks of mass protests against his 20-year rule. Since 2011, a number of the Arab world's longest-serving leaders have lost power: Tunisia's Ben Ali, Libya's Moammar Gadhafi, Yemen's Ali Abdullah Saleh, Egypt's Hosni Mubarak, and now Bouteflika and al-Bashir.
Now all eyes are on the Sudanese military, which has a long history of coups in the country.
Sudan gained independence from the U.K. and Egypt in 1956. Just two years later, chief of staff Lt. Gen. Ibrahim Abboud took power in a bloodless coup.
Riots and strikes in 1964 led to the military giving up control.
But Col. Gaafar Muhammad Nimeiri led a second military coup in 1969, according to the U.S. State Department's history. Nimeiri became prime minister, and the military banned political parties and dissolved parliament. He survived multiple coup attempts before succumbing to another military coup in 1985.
Gen. Abdel Rahman Swar al-Dahab led the military overthrow of Nimeiri in that coup. This time the military handed over power to a civilian government of Prime Minister Sadiq al-Mahdi after elections in 1986.
Al-Mahdi only lasted three years in power afterward. Al-Bashir, with the support of military officers and an Islamist political party, took power as leader of a junta in his own coup on June 30, 1989.
Al-Bashir had been in power almost 30 years. The International Criminal Court in the Hague issued warrants for al-Bashir's arrest in 2009 and 2010 for genocide and crimes against humanity in Sudan's Darfur region.
But those arrest warrants have not been carried out, with al-Bashir traveling to South Africa in 2015 and Chad in 2010 and returning home.
|Belgium-Brussels: ENI - Water and Environment Support Mechanism (WES) Comment Translate Page||BE-Brussels: ENI - Water and Environment Support Mechanism (WES)
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|Katibu Mkuu CCM, Dk Bashiru Ally Atahadharisha Nchi Kuingia Kwenye Machafuko Comment Translate Page|
Katibu Mkuu wa CCM, Dk Bashiru Ally amesema endapo wananchi wanyonge hawatatendewa haki, kuna hatari ya nchi kuingia kwenye machafuko yanayoendelea kutoka katika nchi nyingine za Afrika.
Alikuwa akirejea machafuko yaliyosambaa katika nchi za kiarabu hasa Tunisia na Libya na kusababisha viongozi wao kuondolewa madarakani.
Pia vuguvugu jipya limeibuka katika nchi nyingine za Sudan, ambako maandamano ya amani yamemuondoa Rais Omar al Bashir na Algeria ambako kiongozi wa muda mrefu, Abdelaziz Bouteflika aliondolewa pia kutokana na maandamano ya amani ya wananchi.
Jana, akizungumza katika mkutano ulioandaliwa na Mtandao wa Vikundi vya Wakulima (Mviwata) kwa ajili ya kumbukumbu ya Waziri Mkuu wa zamani, Hayati Edward Sokoine mjini Morogoro, Dk Bashiru alisema bila ya kusimamia misingi ya haki na usawa, nchi haiwezi kuepuka yanayoendelea katika nchi hizo.
Huku akitoa mfano wa madereva wa bodaboda, Dk Bashiru alisema wamekuwa wakinyanyaswa na polisi, jambo alilosema linaweza kuchochea machafuko aliyoyafananisha na yaliyotokea nchini Tunisia mwaka 2011.
“Ndiyo maana mnaona mrundikano wa pikipiki kwenye vituo vya polisi na maeneo mengine,” alisema.
“Kwa hiyo akienda kwa kosa la Sh22,000 ili akomboe pikipiki tena ya mkopo, anakuta bili ya Sh104,000. Lakini mimi nikikamatwa polisi ananiambia utalipa baada ya siku saba, siyo pikipiki.
“Kwa nini kosa la pikipiki ni sawa na kosa la lori na ukikosa unalipa Sh30,000? Nijibuje mimi? Kwa nini kosa la lori anapewa muda wa kulipa sisi tunawekwa ndani? Katika nchi ile ile na sheria zile zile?
“Unajibuje huku umeahidi chama cha kutenda haki, Rais wa wanyonge? Wanakuangalia wanakuona tapeli. Ndiyo mwanzo wa nchi kuingia kwenye machafuko.”
|Tunisian parliament speaker arrives in Kuwait on official visit Comment Translate Page||(MENAFN - Kuwait News Agency (KUNA)) KUWAIT, April 13 (KUNA) -- Speaker of the Tunisian Assembly of the Representatives of the People Mohammad Ennaceur, leading a parliamentary del...|
|Struggle over leadership deepens division in Tunisia president's party Comment Translate Page||Tunisia's ruling party Nidaa Tounes on Saturday elected two leaders, one of them the president's son, in two parallel congresses, deepening the division that has hit the party in recent years.|
|Struggle over leadership deepens division in Tunisia president's party Comment Translate Page||
Tunisia's ruling party Nidaa Tounes on Saturday elected two leaders, one of them the president's son, in two parallel congresses, deepening the division that has hit the party in recent years.|
|Bryson Hull: In Sudan and Algeria, echoes of ‘Arab Spring’ don’t mean democracy has arrived Comment Translate Page|
By Bryson Hull
The headlines out of Sudan and Algeria this week look for all the world like tales of people power prevailing after months of protests against autocratic rulers.
In both countries, the military have pushed out long-serving leaders whose actions sparked peaceful but unyielding protests, echoing the Arab Spring upheavals of 2011. That should spell success for the protesters and it does.
But a closer look shows that the power structures behind the autocrats learned as much as protesters did from the mass demonstrations that were the hallmark of the Arab Spring in Egypt, Tunisia and other nations.
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|04/13 Links: Trump says Netanyahu election win means a ‘better chance for peace’; The Implosion of Jeremy Corbyn; Ilhan Omar, Con Artist; Elan Carr: Boycotting Israel is Anti-Semitic; EU's Collusion with Iran Comment Translate Page||From Ian:|
The Implosion of Jeremy Corbyn
According to polling by The Jewish Chronicle, 85 percent of British Jews now think that Corbyn is anti-Semitic. And that was before this week’s bombshell: documents obtained by The Sunday Times showing that Labour failed to investigate hundreds of anti-Semitism complaints, and let hundreds more slide. The documents show not only that Labour’s procedures for investigating anti-Semitic incidents were—despite public assurances to the contrary—dismally subpar, but also that members of Corbyn’s office directly intervened in more than one in 10 investigations, despite having claimed that they were impartial.
Abe Greenwald: Ilhan Omar, Con Artist
You see? She’s just an all-loving, rage-filled, anti-Semitic victim of prejudice.Seeking Israel From the Left
Israel has always been a Rorschach test for the left, Susie Linfield argues in her new book about intellectuals' writings on the first decades of the Jewish home state. And she's right, if not quite in the way she may have intended the metaphor.
Pompeo says PM’s West Bank sovereignty vow won’t hurt Trump peace plan
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Friday said he did not believe Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s talk of extending Israeli sovereignty to West Bank settlements would hurt the Trump administration’s long-gestating peace plan.Trump says Netanyahu election win means a ‘better chance for peace’
US President Donald Trump on Wednesday congratulated Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on his win in the Israeli election, and said it would improve the chances of success for his administration’s much-anticipated peace plan.Algemeiner Editor-in-Chief: Trump Peace Plan Likely to Be Very Different From Previous Initiatives
President Donald Trump’s upcoming peace plan for the Israeli-Palestinian conflict will likely be very different from previous such attempts, said Algemeiner editor-in-chief Dovid Efune on Thursday.
Bill Clinton: Netanyahu ‘knows how to hit people where they’re tender’
Former US President Bill Clinton hailed the political prowess of newly re-elected Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, saying the “highly intelligent” Israeli leader should never be underestimated, but adding a back-handed compliment.
Boycotting Israel is Anti-Semitic, Says Newly-Sworn In Envoy Elan Carr
The United States swore in Elan Carr as the new Special Envoy for Monitoring and Combating Anti-Semitism on Thursday after the position had been left vacant since January 20, 2017.
Pete Buttigieg calls Mike Pence a ‘Pharisee.’ Here’s why that angers Jews
Pete Buttigieg has a word he likes to use to describe Vice President Mike Pence: “Pharisee.”Rivlin rebukes Bolsonaro: ‘No one will order forgiveness of the Jewish people’
President Reuven Rivlin on Saturday rebuked his Brazilian counterpart Jair Bolsonaro for saying this week that the crimes of the Holocaust can be forgiven, though not forgotten.Yad Vashem slams Bolsonaro after Holocaust comments
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A new Palestinian Authority government was sworn in by PA President Mahmoud Abbas on Saturday, a month after he tapped longtime ally Mohammad Shtayyeh, a member of his Fatah party, as the next premier.Thousands protest along Gaza border, 15-year-old shot dead - report
A 15-year-old boy was shot in the stomach during clashes with IDF forces east of the Jabaliya refugee camp, according to the Hamas Health Ministry on Friday.EU's Collusion with Iran
The main purpose of the Instrument in Support of Trade Exchanges (INSTEX) is to ensure that Europe -- and potentially third countries -- can continue doing business with the mullahs in Iran without risking US penalties for contravening US sanctions.The IAEA’s Blind Spots on Iran’s Nuclear Program
On April 9, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani boasted that “today and throughout the past year, we have launched 114 new technologies via the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran. This is the message to the world: You have not succeeded, and you will not succeed in preventing the progress and development of the Iranian people and their nuclear program. If yesterday you feared our IR-1 centrifuges, well, here you go!”
WaPo Rushes to Defend Ilhan Omar’s 9/11 Remarks, Fails Spectacularly
The Washington Post, in full white knight mode, rushed to Omar’s defense in publishing a piece in which they claimed context was needed.Group Planning NY Rally Urging Schumer To Get Ilhan Omar Off Foreign Affairs Committee
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The interim chancellor of the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill has rebuked a recent campus performance by a Palestinian rapper who sang a self-described “antisemitic song” and asked audience members to invoke Mel Gibson when participating.
New York Times Suggests “Terrorist” Label for Israel
These contorted paragraphs are a prime example of how the newspaper’s preoccupation with casting Israel in a negative light comes at the expense of a well-informed public. Straightforward coverage of the U.S. decision about the Revolutionary Guard would leave readers with a clear understanding of the American criteria for designating Foreign Terrorist Organizations, would forthrightly describe the U.S. justification for applying the designation to Iran, and would not mislead about the State Department’s policy direction.Jewish Canadian mayor: ban on wearing religious symbols 'ethnic cleansing'
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Space Industry Leaders Praise Israel’s SpaceIL for Beresheet Moon Mission
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A church missionary from Scotland who traveled to Hungary to help Jewish schoolchildren during the Second World War will be commemorated this weekend at a special ceremony in Budapest.
|Nkana Feel No Pressure Despite Slender Lead, Insists Coach Comment Translate Page||Nkana FC of Zambia are clinging to a 2-1 CAF Confederation Cup aggregate lead before facing CS Sfaxien in Tunisia Sunday, but coach Beston Chambeshi insists he feels no pressure. Everything is fine, he told reporters ahead of the quarter-final second leg in Mediterranean industrial city Sfax. We beat Sfaxien in the first leg so why s ...|
|Genesi di un autoeditore Comment Translate Page|
Oggi ospito ancora una volta, e con grande piacere, il collega e amico Francesco Zampa, autore di gialli e non solo. Francesco, come me, è un autoeditore e in questo articolo racconta la sua avventura nel mercato editoriale italiano ed estero, che nei prossimi giorni lo porterà anche al Buk Festival di Modena, dove metterà a disposizione del pubblico per la vendita, oltre che i suoi libri, anche tutti i miei thriller e alcuni dei romanzi di Giulia Beyman.
Ma di questo vi parlerò meglio alla fine dell’articolo.
Sono abituato a datare il mio debutto come autoeditore in coincidenza con la pubblicazione del mio primo libro, Doppio omicidio per il maresciallo Maggio, nel 2012. In realtà, in maniera analoga all’impresa individuale che nasce contemporaneamente all’idea che la sostiene e non alla struttura e alla produzione successive, è più esatto tornare al maggio 2010 quando, per sondare l’opinione dei lettori, fondai il blog …vi parla il maresciallo Maggio, una terrazza aperta e un laboratorio sulla lettura, evolutasi nel corso degli anni con recensioni di film e libri, accanto alle pagine fisse dei miei scritti. Il blog ospitò all’inizio tre racconti, successivamente pubblicati in una raccolta prequel. Uno fu selezionato per il Giallo Mondadori. Purtroppo, o per fortuna, il redattore operò una serie di correzioni che ne stravolsero il senso e decisi che, da lì in poi, avrei fatto da solo. È dello stesso anno la pubblicazione della graphic-novel Calciopoli ovvero l’elogio dell’inconsistenza, un saggio a fumetti naif sulle lacune, non solo giudiziarie, del famoso scandalo, pubblicata da un editore locale ma interamente curata da me.
Alla fine del 2013 fui il primo iscritto alla prima conferenza (poi rimasta unica) a Senigallia sul selfpublishing, termine per gli anglofili e probabilmente più social, una fiera più che un esperimento, che non ha avuto seguito. Sempre nel 2013, partecipai al corso Come si fa un libro organizzato da Marcos y Marcos.
Nel 2014 organizzai un pioneristico convegno sull’autoproduzione grazie anche alla collaborazione e alla disponibilità del personale della biblioteca di Todi. Si parlò per la prima volta di autoeditoria, una cosa che poi nuova non è. Moltissimi sono gli autori che hanno pubblicato e diffuso le proprie opere in proprio, come tanti sono i rifiuti eccellenti da parte degli esperti.
In due edizioni successive ho partecipato alla fiera romana della piccola e media editoria, Più libri più liberi, dove ho ascoltato editori tradizionali parlare di un qualcosa che, con ogni evidenza, non conoscevano abbastanza. Extra vergine d’autore, un’organizzazione attiva per la promozione di autori emergenti, ha selezionato quattro miei libri con bollino di qualità e mi hanno invitato due volte come relatore. A gennaio 2017, Doppio omicidio per il maresciallo Maggio è uscito in abbinamento con il Corriere dell’Umbria per tutto il mese. È di marzo 2018 la partecipazione a Trame, il I festival nazionale del giallo di Assisi. A settembre e ottobre ho avuto uno stand e due eventi, di cui uno incentrato sull’autoeditoria, a Umbria Libri 2018 e ho iniziato la distribuzione in selezionate librerie umbre. A dicembre del 2019 Kobo ha gestito l’offerta de L’eroe nella home page. Nel 2019 ho partecipato, sempre con Marcos y Marcos, al Corso di editing. Ho prenotato gli spazi a Buk Modena (aprile), Macerata Libri (maggio) e di nuovo, Umbria Libri. Sono in progetto l’uscita dell’VIII episodio dei Racconti della Riviera e della II raccolta delle Impossibili possibilità.
Scrissi il primo citato romanzo breve quasi d’istinto per dare corpo a un personaggio che avevo in mente nelle fattezze, nel carattere e nei modi. Non mi piacevano i ruoli assegnati dalla fiction ai marescialli in genere e volevo creare un investigatore maturo, con pregi, limiti e senza tratti elegiaci o propagandistici, degno della nutrita concorrenza. Il maresciallo Maggio agisce a Viserba in un’epoca sfumata ed appena edulcorata che si può collocare (con qualche adattamento come i telefoni cellulari), a fine anni ottanta. Si occupa di casi comuni, di corruzione, di violenza di genere, e trova il malaffare trasversalmente distribuito. È un buono quasi disilluso e non cede alla prepotenza né al luogo comune, neanche tra i suoi colleghi. La serie ha venduto finora più di ottomila copie digitali e cartacee.
Mentre le lettere di rifiuto, necessarie alla mia caratura, di ben selezionati editori, crescono, Maggio è arrivato a sette episodi, dei quali il IV, il V e il VI compongono la cosiddetta Trilogia del malaffare, inframmezzati da un romanzo storico, uno di formazione e dalla prima uscita di una raccolta di racconti che fungono da banco per altri generi e modalità narrative. Ho curato traduzioni in Inglese, Francese e Spagnolo, le prime due direttamente grazie alla conoscenza diretta con le bravissime traduttrici. Ho creato un marchio, Zipporo Direct Publishing, per dare un’identità a tutta la produzione, accompagnato da piccoli oggetti per il merchandising come magliette e segnalibri. Grazie alle edizioni digitali, i libri sono disponibili in tutto il mondo e ho diffuso copie in paesi idealmente remoti come Turchia, Tunisia, Giappone, Brasile, Cuba e Sudafrica.
La rete è di certo un mezzo straordinario ma il vero passo in avanti è essere riconosciuti e ricordati per quello che si scrive più che per come lo si pubblica.
Se il 13 e il 14 aprile contate di essere a Modena e dintorni, non perdetevi il Buk Festival: www.bukfestival.it/
Francesco Zampa sarà presente a questa fiera con il suo stand, dove potrete acquistare tutti i suoi libri, ma anche tutti i miei thriller: “Affinità d’intenti” e l’intera trilogia del detective Eric Shaw.
Oppure iniziate subito a leggere i suoi libri su Amazon!
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S-a intamplat in lume - Ce s-a intamplat astazi 14 Aprilie de-a lungul timpului ?
2011 » A decedat Walter Breuning, cel mai batran om din lume (114 ani si 205 zile)
2010 » In China, are loc un cutremur cu magnitudinea de 6,9 pe scara Richter soldat cu moartea a 400 de persoane
2007 » In Rusia, fostul campion la sah, Gari Kasparov, este arestat pentru ca ar fi participat la un mars interzis de autoritati
2000 » In SUA, are loc caderea bursei din New York, de pe Wall Street
1998 » La comemorarea a 100 de ani de la nasterea lui George Gershwin, Comitetul Pulizter ii confera o mentiune speciala post-mortem pentru contributia importanta adusa muzicii americane
1994 » Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis este operata de ulcer cu nisa (cu sangerare)
1992 » Embargoul impus de ONU impotriva Libiei intra in vigoare
1989 » In China se naste cetateanul cu nr. 1.100.000.000
1988 » Uniunea Sovietica, SUA, Pakistan si Afghanistan semneaza Tratatul din Afghanistan
1987 » Turcia isi arata dorinta de a se alatura Pietei Europene
1986 » A decedat Simone de Beauvoir, scriitoare franceza
1986 » In Africa de Sud, Desmond Tutu este ales arhiepiscop anglican in Capetown
1973 » In SUA, Directorul FBI, L. Patrick Gray, demisioneaza dupa ce recunoaste ca biroul a distrus dovezi in afacerea Watergate
1971 » Presidentintele SUA, Richard Nixon, pune capat blocadei asupra Chinei
1962 » A decedat Constantin Ionescu-Mihaesti, unul dintre intemeietorii Institutului Ion Cantacuzino
1962 » In Romania, este instituita pe calea unui Decret medalia "In cinstea incheierii colectivizarii agriculturii"
1962 » In Franta, alegerile sunt castigate de catre Georges Pompidou, care devine presedintele Frantei
1958 » Nava spatiala sovietica Sputnik 2 arde in atmosfera (la bord se afla cateaua Laika)
1949 » In Germania, Tribunalul Militar International din Nurenberg emite ultima hotarare judecatoreasca
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1945 » In timpul celui de al Doilea Razboi Mondial, Puscasii marini ai SUA ataca Yae Take in Okinawa
1945 » In timpul celui de al Doilea Razboi Mondial, fortele armate ale SUA cuceresc peninsula Motobu din Okinawa
1944 » In timpul celui de al Doilea Razboi Mondial, Generalul Eisenhower este numit Comandant al Fortelor Aeriene Aliate
1944 » In timpul celui de al Doilea Razboi Mondial, primii evrei adusi din Atena ajung la Auschwitz
1943 » S-a nascut Rodica Mandache, actrita romanca
1943 » In timpul celui de al Doilea Razboi Mondial, Generalii Alexander, Eisenhower, Anderson si Bradley planifica aspecte ale asaltului din Tunisia
1941 » In timpul celui de al Doilea Razboi Mondial, are loc primul mare raid nazist in Paris. 3.600 de evrei sunt adunati
1941 » In timpul celui de al Doilea Razboi Mondial, dupa ocuparea Yugoslaviei, de catre germani, Regele Petru, paraseste Yugoslavia
1935 » S-a nascut Erich von Däniken, scriitor elvetian, autorul lucrarii "Amintiri despre viitor"
1934 » Cantecul simfonic op.57 de Serghei Prokofiev este interpretat pentru prima data in Moscova. Piesa este un adevarat dezastru. Conform lui Nikolai Myaskovsky: "Au fost literalmente trei aplauze in sala"
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|Quebec proposes ban on religious clothing for public workers Comment Translate Page||MONTREAL – A proposal to ban many public employees from wearing religious clothing is creating a fiery debate in the Canadian province of Quebec, where people are fighting to freely practice their religion – or to be free of it.
The measure introduced late last month would prohibit civil servants, teachers, nurses, bus drivers, lawyers and other people who interact with the public from wearing symbols of religion while at work.
It would apply to Sikh turbans, Christian jewelry and Jewish yarmulkes, but the focus of the controversy has been over hijabs worn by many Muslim women in Quebec.
“The proposed legislation will affect Muslims more than other groups, as they are the fastest-growing religious group,” said Nelson Wiseman, a political science professor at the University of Toronto.
Muslims represent about 3% of Quebec’s 8.3 million people.
Thousands of demonstrators attended a recent march in Montreal to protest the measure, with some holding signs saying, “No one tells women what they can wear” and “It’s what’s in my head, not on my head, that matters.”
Even Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, who is from Montreal, has spoken ill of Bill 21: “It’s unthinkable to me that in a free society we would legitimize discrimination against citizens based on their religion,” he said.
Christian, Jewish, Muslim and even secular groups across the province have denounced the measure, as have school boards, political parties and some municipal leaders.
However, on Friday, Montreal Mayor Valérie Plante said that while she personally opposes the bill, Montreal would not disobey it if it is passed.
That said, city council members will vote next week on a bipartisan declaration that argues Quebec already is secular and doesn’t require additional legislation.
Earlier this month, Quebec Premier Francois Legault told reporters that the bill would reinforce gender equality in the province. The new measure also would help him make good on an electoral promise.
“I think at this point in Quebec in 2019, people who are in an authority position, which includes teachers, [shouldn’t wear religious symbols], I think it’s reasonable. It’s fair,” he said. “We have to think about what’s best for our children.”
The history behind the measure is rooted in Quebec’s “Quiet Revolution” of the 1960s, a movement that weaned the province away from political and cultural domination by the Catholic Church. But critics also say it’s motivated by more recent growing anti-Muslim sentiment.
The debate also pits two ideas of secularism against one another: A stricter European interpretation and a North American version that embraces the idea of religious freedom.
Quebec is torn because it shares a long history and language with France – which along with Denmark, Belgium and Austria has banned face-covering garments – but it’s also heavily influenced by North American culture, said Bertrand Lavoie, a researcher at the University of Sherbrooke who in 2018 published a book on the relationship between Islam, religious freedom and public institutions in Quebec.
“What’s unique to Quebec is that these two concepts of secularism are facing off in the public sphere, among politicians, academics, lawyers and even judges,” Lavoie told The Associated Press.
Many who support Bill 21 say that even if women choose to wear the hijab, the garment is rooted in the idea of women’s inferiority. Prohibiting it, they say, would help promote gender equality.
“The hijab is a symbol of oppression. It’s an invention by Islamists to control women,” said Ameni Ben Ammar, an accountant in Montreal who immigrated from Tunisia, a majority-Muslim country, in 2013.
“They convinced women it would protect them from sexual assault. For me, it’s an insult to both men and women,” she said, referring to the hijab’s resurgence in the 1970s.
The debate has tangled issues of gender, race and religion, with Muslim women caught in the crosshairs, said Saaz Taher, a doctoral candidate at the University of Montreal who is studying ethnicity and citizenship.
“Racialized women’s bodies are constantly a topic of public discourse. We feel [authorized] to judge the best way for women to be free and emancipated,” said Taher, who added that Muslim women should be allowed to wear the hijab by choice.
Lavoie said anti-minority sentiment in the province has grown since 2001, when a Sikh boy brought a kirpan – a ceremonial dagger – to school. The incident caused a debate over how far the province should go to accommodate religion.
In 2007, a provincial commission studied the issue and suggested that only people yielding coercive power, such as judges, police officers and prison guards, should abstain from wearing religious symbols.
Bill 21 is Quebec’s fourth legislative attempt since 2011 to regulate the wearing of religious symbols for people working in the public sphere, and for the first time it invokes a constitutional clause allowing local governments to override some constitutional rights.
Lavoie said that’s a clear sign backers know the measure is discriminatory.
“The public’s perception is that there’s a problem (with Islam), and if there’s a problem, we have to fix it,” Lavoie said.
The province was stunned in 2017 when a gunman opened fire in a Quebec City mosque, killing six and wounding 19, and racist groups appear to still be growing.
“I’ve never seen it like this,” said Salam Elmenyawi, president of the Montreal Council of Muslims, who immigrated to Quebec from Egypt in 1972 and believes Bill 21 is an outcropping of anti-Muslim sentiment.
“This hate was manufactured. This hate did not come by accident,” he said.
|Tunisian Stacked Clusters Crochet Stitch Tutorial Comment Translate Page||English Name: Tunisian Crochet Stacked Clusters Symbol Chart Level of Curling: Light to no curling. More information on the natural curling of Tunisian crochet. Special Stitches: Tunisian Extended Stitch: This stitch is only used as the first stitch of the row. Used in this way, it simply means that you chain one to bring the […]|
|Struggle over leadership deepens division in Tunisia president's party Comment Translate Page||Tunisia's ruling party Nidaa Tounes on Saturday elected two leaders, one of them the president's son, in two parallel congresses, deepening the division that has hit the party in recent years.|
|Perebutan kepemimpinan terjadi dalam partai presiden Tunisia Comment Translate Page||Partai Nidaa Tounes yang berkuasa di Tunisia pada Sabtu memilih dua pemimpin, salah satu di antara mereka ialah putera presiden, dalam dua pertemuan paralel, yang memperdalam perpecahan dalam partai itu selama beberapa tahun ...|
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|'murica... Comment Translate Page||Jenny Beth Martin, co-founder and national coordinator of Tea Party Patriots, told Breitbart News that the rallies were inspired by President Donald Trump’s State of the Union address, where he pledged, “America will never be a socialist country … ever.”|
“That inspired us to do this,” Martin said.
But, Martin said, the event is about more than opposing the left’s agenda.
“The people taking part in the rallies are not just standing against socialism, but are also standing up for liberty and freedom,”
So many 'Patriots' are so utterly clueless about the topic upon which they bloviate.
'Patriots' do not accept welfare from The State.
'Patriots' do not work in professions that impose violations of Rightful Liberty upon their countrymen.
And the absurdity of the Tea Party holding 'rallies' on 'Tax Day' to protest 'Socialism' and oppressive government is beyond my ability to properly articulate. The stunning failure to understand the reality in front of them is mind-boggling.
Socialism is not the problem. Communism is not the problem. Anarchy is not the problem. Fascism is not the problem. Racism is not the problem.
The problem is now and has always been with the -ist, not the -ism.
Social-ists are the problem. Commun-ists are the problem. Anarch-ists are the problem.
Don't fight the -ism - that is folly.
Extirpate the -ists - reduce the gene pool of the garbage.
No man or woman has ever died from an -ism.
Death is always at the hands of the -ists...
Back to the dim-wits currently struggling with knotted panties over 'Socialism' - here's a list of all the countries in the world with LOWER personal income tax rates than 'murica.
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