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          New York’s Yemeni bodegas called to boycott NY Post as row over Ilhan Omar’s 9/11 comment heats up      Comment   Translate Page      
The Yemeni American Merchants Association has called on all the community – which runs quite a few newsstands in NYC – to boycott the New York Post after it scathed Congresswoman Ilhan Omar over her controversial 9/11 comment. The Rupert Murdoch-owned daily has drawn the ire of the Yemeni Americans after it clearly accused Omar […]
          Election - Yemen's Hadi attends rare parliamentary session      Comment   Translate Page      
President-aligned parliamentarians gather in Sayoun, eastern Yemen, elect GPC's Sultan al-Burkani as new speaker.
          Su-57 poráží F-35, Afghánští veteráni naléhají na Putina, strategický most mezi Ruskem a Čínou… Zprávy EA24      Comment   Translate Page      
Su-57 poráží F-35, Afghánští veteráni naléhají na Putina, strategický most mezi Ruskem a Čínou… Zprávy EA24

Spojené státy se ocitají v naprosto bezprecedentní pozici: Turci namísto toho, aby se podvolili americkému nátlaku v souvislosti s nákupem protivzdušných systémů S-400, vyrazili Američanům z rukou jejich nejsilnější a nejdražší prostředek vydírání…

Ruští veteráni války v Afghánistánu se obrátili na prezidenta Putina s žádostí, aby zabránil promítání filmu Bratrstvo v Den vítězství 9. května. Snímek ruského režiséra Lungina podle nich očerňuje oběti a hrdinství sovětských vojáků a v současné vypjaté době nebezpečně škodí. „Vhledem k tomu, že se nyní odehrává nejaktivnější informační válka proti naší zemi, kdy kolektivní Západ pod vedením USA neustále vytváří nejrůznější fejky s cílem diskreditovat naši vlast v očích světové veřejnosti, tento film představuje nejsilnější ideologickou diverzi, namířenou proti naší zemi, proti její armádě a jejímu lidu. Ideologickou bombu, která má být položena do vědomí naší mládeže.“ Bývalí specnazovci jsou obzvlášť rozčarováni faktem, že film spolufinancoval sám ruský stát.

Po více než pěti letech se blíží do finále stavba železničního mostu mezi ruským Nižněleninským a čínskou provincií Chej-lung-ťiang. Více než dva kilometry dlouhý most, stavěný v drsných klimatických podmínkách Dálného východu, má být v provozu na začátku příštího roku a jeho dokončení nejenže „vynese čínsko-ruský obchod do nových výšin“, ale bude také znamenat průlomový milník pro budování přepravního koridoru mezi Čínou a Evropou v rámci nové Hedvábné stezky.

Spojené státy se ocitají v naprosto bezprecedentní pozici: Turci namísto toho, aby se podvolili americkému nátlaku v souvislosti s nákupem protivzdušných systémů S-400, vyrazili Američanům z rukou jejich nejsilnější a nejdražší prostředek vydírání, letouny páté generace F-35. USA se tak dostaly do situace, kdy se jim buďto celý tento program řádně prodraží, nebo bude hrozit, že mimořádně zajímavé informace získá Rusko skrze komplex S-400. Turci teď na oplátku vyhrožují, že si namísto F-35 pořídí ruské Su-57... Objevují se také spekulace, že Rusové budou mnohem ochotnější podělit se o některé technologie, které by se Turecku náramně hodily v rámci vývoje jejich vlastní stealth stíhačky TF-X. A Suchoj už má v tureckých médiích neoficiální reklamu, když ve srovnání agentury Anadolu zcela jasně poráží americký stroj v rychlosti, vytrvalosti, nosnosti i celkové hmotnosti...

Rusko nasadilo do bojů v Sýrii vlastní bezpilotní útočný letoun Orion, který představuje ruský analog amerických dronů Predator či Reaper. Stroj zničil opěrný bod radikálů na severu provincie Hamá. Orion má rozpětí 16 metrů, je dlouhý 8 metrů a ve vzduchu vydrží až 24 hodin.

Zatímco v našich končinách neutuchají představy o KLDR jako o zemi neustále hladovějících ubožáků odkudsi z asijského středověku, Severokorejci se vytáhli s další technologicky vyspělou novinkou. Jmenuje se Pchjongjang 2425 a představuje smartphone se vším všudy – včetně možnosti bezdrátového nabíjení či odemykání obličejem…

Saúdská Arábie dostala z Ruska první reaktivní plamenomety TOS-1A Solncepjok. Na dodávkách těchto zbraní s mimořádnou ničivou silou se obě strany dohodly v roce 2017. Saúdská Arábie mezi tím pokračuje v úderech na Jemen.

Český stát loni prostřednictvím takzvaných „investičních pobídek“ daroval vesměs zahraničním byznysmenům 10,3 miliardy korun z bohatství země. Většina těchto peněz posloužila k výstavbě montoven, „vysávání“ levné tuzemské pracovní síly a udržení zlomkově nízké mzdové úrovně u nás ve srovnání se zeměmi původu „investorů“. Také příští, přespříští i ten další rok zas a znovu uslyšíme, že „je třeba podporovat podniky z vyšší přidanou hodnotou na úkor montoven“…

Geo, Eurasia24.cz

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          Yemeni bodegas boycott New York Post over attacks on Ilhan Omar      Comment   Translate Page      

Murdoch-owned paper published front page that Yemeni American Merchants Association says ‘provoked hatred’

A group of New York corner-store owners has announced a boycott on the sale of the New York Post, arguing that the Rupert Murdoch-owned newspaper’s attacks on the congresswoman Ilhan Omar are making Muslim Americans less safe.

On Thursday, the Post published a front page featuring an image of the World Trade Center towers in flames on 11 September 2001 and a quote suggesting that Omar, a Somali American congresswoman from Minnesota who wears a hijab, had minimized the seriousness of the terror attacks in a speech last month.

Related: Ilhan Omar defended by Democrats after Trump uses 9/11 video in attack

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          Inside the Lebanese campaign to stop a World Bank-funded dam project      Comment   Translate Page      
The dam poses numerous threats and protesters won't be silenced Armed forces enter the Bisri valley to counter protesters on March 24, 2019. Photo by “Save the Bisri Valley”. Used with permission. A group of activists and protestors calling themselves the Save the Bisri Valley campaign have been organizing and standing against the construction of … Continua la lettura di Inside the Lebanese campaign to stop a World Bank-funded dam project
          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.

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          Yemeni bodega owners' association representing 4K+ NYC bodegas announces a boycott of NY Post over its Thursday cover attacking Ilhan Omar for her 9/11 comments (Lois Beckett/The Guardian)      Comment   Translate Page      

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Yemeni bodega owners' association representing 4K+ NYC bodegas announces a boycott of NY Post over its Thursday cover attacking Ilhan Omar for her 9/11 comments  —  Murdoch-owned paper published front page that Yemeni American Merchants Association says ‘provoked hatred’


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          مجلس یمن پس از چند سال وقفه تشکیل جلسه داد؛ آمریکا آن را «گام مهم برای آشتی ملی» دانست      Comment   Translate Page      
وزارت خارجه ایالات متحده روز شنبه ۲۴ فروردین تشکیل دوباره مجلس یمن را به قانونگذاران این کشور تبریک گفت. مجلس یمن، برای نخستین بار پس از سال ۲۰۱۴، صبح شنبه در شهر سئون در استان جنوبی حضرموت تشکیل جلسه داد. سخنگوی وزارت خارجه آمریکا در واکنش در بیانیه‌ای گفت که احیای دوباره مجلس یمن نقش مهمی در برقراری سازش سیاسی و آشتی ملی در این کشور جنگ‌زده خواهد داشت و ایالات متحده بطور کامل از آن حمایت خواهد کرد. مورگان اورتگاس، تشکیل جلسه مجلس یمن را «گام مهم» در جهت احیای نهادهای حکومتی...
          Quốc hội Yemen triệu tập phiên họp đầu tiên sau 4 năm xung đột      Comment   Translate Page      

Ngày 13/4, Quốc hội Yemen đã triệu tập phiên họp đầu tiên sau 4 năm xảy ra xung đột vũ trang.

Cuộc họp diễn ra tại Phủ tổng thống ở Seiyun, thành phố lớn thứ hai tại tỉnh Đông Nam Hadramout.

Tổng thống Yemen Mansour Hadi, Thủ tướng Maeen Abdulmalik cùng đại biểu các nước Arab và nhiều nước khác tham dự cuộc họp với hơn 141 nghị sỹ trong quốc hội 301 ghế của Yemen.

Phát biểu khai mạc phiên họp bất thường của Quốc hội, Tổng thống Hadi khẳng định phiên họp diễn ra "vào một thời điểm rất quan trọng trong lịch sử đất nước" và "chúng ta đang đứng giữa các lựa chọn hòa bình và chiến tranh."

Ông cáo buộc phiến quân Houthi hủy hoại những nỗ lực kiến tạo hòa bình của Liên hợp quốc tại Yemen.

Tổng thống Hadi nhấn mạnh phiên họp bất thường của Quốc hội Yemen cho thấy người dân Yemen đang khôi phục một trong những thể chế quan trọng nhất của nhà nước sau một chặng đường dài đấu tranh.

Tại phiên họp, các nghị sỹ Yemen đã bầu Trợ lý Tổng Thư ký đảng Quốc đại Nhân dân (GPC) cầm quyền Sultan al-Barakani làm Chủ tịch Quốc hội.

Phát biểu tại đây, tân Chủ tịch Al-Barakani khẳng định việc Quốc hội tiến hành phiên họp này là "phù hợp với các quy định trong Hiến pháp của Yemen."

Yemen rơi vào hỗn loạn kể từ khi bùng phát xung đột giữa các lực lượng ủng hộ chính phủ của Tổng thống Mansour Hadi được quốc tế công nhận với nhóm phiến quân Houthi cùng các lực lượng trung thành với cựu Tổng thống Ali Abdullah Saleh.

Hiện Houthi đang kiểm soát thành phố Hodeidah, trong khi quân đội Chính phủ Yemen được Saudi Arabia hậu thuẫn đang từng bước giành lại quyền kiểm soát các vùng ngoại ô phía Đông Nam.

Tháng 12/2018, các bên tham chiến đã đạt được một thỏa thuận hòa bình ở Hodeidah - bước đầu tiên thúc đẩy một giải pháp chính trị toàn diện.

Hiện, đặc phái viên của Liên hợp quốc về Yemen, ông Martin Griffiths vẫn đang xúc tiến các nỗ lực ngoại giao để thuyết phục các bên thực thi thỏa thuận này, song cả quân chính phủ Yemen và Houthi đều chưa có động thái rút quân khỏi thành phố./.


          Yemen’s parliament convenes, elects speaker      Comment   Translate Page      
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          VICE News Daily: No End in Sight to Europe's Migrant Crisis      Comment   Translate Page      
The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: Italian authorities rescue thousands of migrants over the weekend, hundreds of women and girls freed from Boko Haram, dialysis patients in Yemen face setbacks because of ongoing air strikes, and Germany is still a graveyard of unexploded World War II explosives. […]
          Ethnic Sterling Silver Brooch Pin, Yemenite Filigree, Studded With A Gem, Onyx, Amethyst Or Azurite - ID113 by adiaart      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.
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          The Media Ignores the Yemen Missile Program. This Infographic Details Everything      Comment   Translate Page      
Randi Nord of Geopoliticsalert.com Sana’a (GPA) – For the past four years, mainstream media outlets have either twisted or completely ignored the US-backed Saudi-led war against Yemen. Yes, Yemen is the world’s worst humanitarian disaster. However, the media also tends to ignore another crucial aspect of the war: the ever-advancing Yemen missile and defense program. The […]
          A New York Newspaper Ran an Attack on Rep. Ilhan Omar. Now Yemeni American Bodega Owners Are Boycotting It.      Comment   Translate Page      
Two years ago, about a thousand Yemeni American corner-store owners in New York City closed their businesses and gathered to protest President Donald Trump’s ban on Muslim travelers to the United States. The stores, known as bodegas, can be found across the city and help keep New Yorkers ticking with morning coffee, deli lunches, and […]
          Comment on We’re Owed an Apology by 600148118      Comment   Translate Page      
There can never be a use of U.S. military force that ever leads to the liberation of women, though-with the sole exception of parts of World War II-the accidental liberation effects which occurred in that conflict have never been repeated in any subsequent U.S. military intervention-every war in history was racist, sexist, anti-LGBTQ and antichoice. There's nothing U.S. troops could to in Iraq, Afghanistan, Yemen, Libya or anywhere else in the Arab/Muslim world that could free anyone, let alone women.
          Yemeni bodegas boycott New York Post over attacks on Ilhan Omar      Comment   Translate Page      

Murdoch-owned paper published front page that Yemeni American Merchants Association says 'provoked hatred'

(theguardian.com)


          IMF Argentina / Brexit / Yemen      Comment   Translate Page      
The IMF believes that steps taken by Argentina to stabilize its currency and economy are working, spokesman Gerry Rice told reporters Thursday (December 12) in Washington. IMF Managing Director...
          NYC Yemeni store owners boycott New York Post over 9/11 front page      Comment   Translate Page      
Now we see what side people are on, where they really stand on the 9/11 jihad attacks against America. For this we owe the traitor Omar a great debt.
          Rep. Omar Virtue Signals With "No Ban Act" - Except Obama's Travel Bans Were 16x That Of Trump's      Comment   Translate Page      

Via SaraCarter.com,

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.

ONLY 1,338 VISA APPLICATIONS WERE REFUSED BECAUSE OF THE PRESIDENT TRUMP’S VISA ENTRY RESTRICTIONS FOR PEOPLE FROM CERTAIN COUNTRIES IN 2017 – THESE REFUSALS WERE TERRORISM OR SECURITY RELATED CONCERNS.

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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GAO FOUND

  • 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

FROM THE GAO

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).

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.

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...


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RIYADH: The number of Umrah visas issued this year has reached 5,730,842, of which 5,273,075 pilgrims have arrived in the Kingdom, according to data provided by the Hajj Ministry.
There are 472,043 pilgrims still in the Kingdom, with 330,560 in Makkah and 141,483 in Madinah, the Saudi Press Agency reported.
Most pilgrims — 4,706,764 — came to the Kingdom by air, while 504,116 entered by land and 62,195 arrived by sea.
The largest number of pilgrims are from Pakistan (1,222,459) followed by Indonesia (808,698), India (513,031), Egypt (31,604), Turkey (250,713), Yemen (246,992), Malaysia (243,793), Algeria (226,538), Iraq (185,051) and Jordan (148,041).
The weekly data also included the number of Saudi staff within Umrah companies and institutions. There are 10,481 Saudis including 8,674 males and 1,807 females.
The General Presidency for the Affairs of the Two Holy Mosques has intensified its services around the clock, including cleaning, maintenance and operation works in the mataf, the Masa’a, the vault, King Fahd’s Expansion, and all the mosque’s levels and compounds.
A guidance service educates pilgrims and visitors on religious matters, and guides them in the proper performance of their rituals.
Developing Hajj and Umrah organizations and services in the Kingdom is among the top priorities of the Saudi government.
The Vision 2030 reform plan aims to attract more than 30 million Umrah pilgrims, and provide them with excellent services and an outstanding experience.

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Copyright 2019 NPR. To see more, visit AILSA CHANG, HOST: Over the past few years, Saudi's crown prince has tightened his grasp on power. He's had critics and activists detained and reportedly tortured. And the CIA believes that he ordered the killing of Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi. All the while, Saudi Arabia has continued to drop bombs in neighboring Yemen. And during all of this, the U.S. has not had an ambassador to Saudi Arabia. Well, that changed today. The Senate confirmed retired four-star General John Abizaid to the post. To understand what Abizaid brings to this daunting task, we're joined now by Brian Katulis of the Center for American Progress. Welcome. BRIAN KATULIS: Great to be with you. CHANG: So I want to start by visiting an important time in General Abizaid's career. This is the last few months when he was overseeing U.S. Central Command. It was right before the 2007 surge of U.S. troops in Iraq. How did Abizaid feel about that strategy? KATULIS: Abizaid
          The Uber IPO exposes how Saudi cash drives Silicon Valley innovation, and even the biggest tech companies can’t stop it      Comment   Translate Page      

Saudi Arabia Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman

  • Uber's S-1 filing showed that Saudi Arabia's Public Investment Fund owns 5% of the company.
  • The Public Investment Fund is also a top investor in Softbank's gargantuan Vision Fund, which owns 16% of Uber — not to mention sizable stakes in companies like Slack, WeWork, and DoorDash. 
  • Saudi Arabia has been criticized for human rights abuses and repressive laws, so it's a problematic source of cash for Silicon Valley, which prides itself on changing the world.
  • But Silicon Valley is under attack like never before these days, and that's caused a cynical search for stability that seems to have made taking Saudi money a non-issue. 

Silicon Valley's relationship with an undemocratic regime that has a troubling human rights record is in the spotlight. 

President Donald Trump has spoken out about it. Lawmakers are debating ways to stop the flow of money and data between the two.

The adversary in this cross-border drama is China, which has raised alarm bells in the US as it bulks up its homegrown tech industry and arouses suspicion of spying and influence.

However, there's much less fuss about the cozy ties between another repressive foreign power and Silicon Valley. 

Saudi Arabia's presence in Silicon Valley is greater than it's ever been. 

That became especially clear on Thursday when Uber filed its IPO paperwork. We learned from the S-1 filing that the kingdom's Public Investment Fund owns 5.2% of the ride-sharing company. 

The figure might actually under-count Saudi Arabia's influence within Uber. Softbank, the Japanese tech conglomerate, owns a 16.3% stake in Uber through its Softbank Vision Fund. The biggest investor in the Vision Fund is Saudi Arabia, which contributed $45 billion of the fund's massive $100 billion bankroll

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The Vision Fund is Silicon Valley's undisputed kingmaker today, writing big checks and amassing stakes in high-flying startups such as WeWork, Slack, DoorDash and GM Cruise. That means Saudi cash is essentially funding much of Silicon Valley's innovation.

As the New York Times pointed out in October, this gusher of Saudi money is an inconvenient truth for an industry that prides itself on making the world a better place.

From space to augmented reality, Saudi cash is everywhere

Some basic facts about Saudi Arabia: It's a place where torture and arbitrary arrests are widespread, according to Amnesty International; a place where women are not allowed to travel abroad without the permission of a male "guardian." It's the leader of a coalition blamed for airstrikes in Yemen responsible for thousands of civilian deaths and injuries. 

And then there's the gruesome killing of Saudi dissident journalist Jamal Khashogghi, which, according to the CIA's initial conclusion, was ordered by Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman, the Wall Street Journal reported.

In other words, Saudi Arabia is antithetical to everything tech companies' altruistic mission statements claim to stand for.  

Saudi money may be more prevalent in tech now, but it's not new. Prince Alwaleed bin Talal was an early investor in Twitter, and at one point owned a stake larger than cofounder Jack Dorsey's. (Alwaleed was himself detained — in a Ritz Cartlon hotel — for three months in 2017 by his cousin Prince Mohammed, the current leader of the country).

And the Saudi Public Investment Fund is also a shareholder in Magic Leap, Tesla and Virgin Galactic, according to research firm CB Insights. Whether you're in augmented reality or outer space, there's no escaping Saudi money.

A 2018 Quartz article cites an estimate by research firm Quid that Saudi investors directly participated in tech investment rounds totalling at least $6.2 billion during the previous five years.

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Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi backed out of a conference organized by Prince Mohammed last year after the Khashogghi killing, as did now-former Google Cloud CEO Diane Greene. But for the most part, there's been little pushback among tech startups when it comes to accepting Saudi or Softbank money.

Uber's winds of change

So why is Silicon Valley okay with Saudi money? 

It's true that we live in a world that runs on oil — so drawing a moral line isn't easy when you're pumping gas into your car every day. 

Maybe the tech industry thinks it's bringing the winds of change.

After all, when Uber announced its Saudi investment in 2016, women weren't allowed to drive.

“Of course we think women should be allowed to drive,” Uber's Jill Hazelbaker told the New York Times at the time. “In the absence of that, we have been able to provide extraordinary mobility that didn’t exist before — and we’re incredibly proud of that.”

And two years later, change did happen when the ban on women driving was officially lifted.

Did Uber's presence in Saudi Arabia cause the change? It's impossible to say with certainty, but I'd wager not. 

Much more likely is that Prince Mohammed, looking for a way to burnish his credentials as a "reformer" when he rose to power in 2017, saw the controversial driving ban as an easy and expedient thing to jettison in exchange for goodwill.

The notion of working from the inside to bring about change has a long and not-so-great track record in tech. Think back to Google contorting itself into a pretzel to justify its introduction, and then withdrawal, of a search engine in China. When outrage recently erupted over Google's secret plans to make a new censored search app for China, the company didn't even try to justify itself with a "change from within" argument.

Tech businesses don't really want a revolution

You may ask, at this point, why more companies don't take a stand and turn down Saudi cash. 

The sad reality is that companies are more interested in preserving the status quo that their businesses are built on than in bringing about change; even the "disruptive" tech companies.

That's especially true today, as tech companies are under siege from all sides, blamed for disrupting our privacy, our elections and our children's attention spans. 

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Thinking differently is great marketing copy when it sells gadgets. But there's little upside in leading a revolution if it scares away customers. 

Look no further than Google's app store. Thanks to an app called Absher, Saudi men can direct where women travel, and receive alerts when women use a passport to leave Saudi Arabia. After Insider's Bill Bostock investigation into this wife-tracking app, US lawmakers demanded that Google remove Absher from its app store.

Google refused to pull the app. It argued that the app does not violate its terms of service.

Right now, the tech industry's terms of service are clear. Whether it's about policies, products or investors, the golden rule is stability. 

SEE ALSO: Uber can't decide whether cofounder Travis Kalanick is an asset or a liability, and it makes for an awkward but revealing IPO filing

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          TerraSonic 02-09-2019 with Joel Davis      Comment   Translate Page      
Playlist:

Bonga- Mona Ki Ngi Xica Marsianos Dirty Break Rework - Rocky Marsiano Edits Tributes Reworks
Los Hijos Del Sol- Linda Munequita Barbarella Edit - Pauken Trompeten Present Cumbia Edits
Ruben Albarran Jose Bautista Antonio Carrillo- Que Es Ahora - Hecho En Mexico
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Experimento Mandingue- Malaweed - Sirio A
Engone Endong- Onedji - Maitre
Hoodna Orchestra- Alem feat Demisu Belete Adyabo Ensemble - Alem feat Demisu Belete Adyabo Ensemble Single
Tsvia Abarbanel- Im NinAlu - Daasa The Haunting Sounds Of YemeniteIsraeli Funk 19731984 Sampler Single
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Studio Shap Shap- Yadno - Chateau I
Innov Gnawa- Bangara AkizzBeatzz Remix - Bangara Akizzbeatzz Remix
David Pollock- Il Punk Di Venezia - Il Punk Di Venezia
Y La Bamba- Bruja De Brujas - Mujeres
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Steintryggur- Wales Well - Trappa
Wantigga- Snake Charm - Banned From Soundcloud 20132016
Saint Abdullah- Madar Komakam Kon - The Sounds Of Evil Vol 1
Nourdine Staifi- Aye Leil Lelou - Aye Leil Lelou Goultili Bye Bye
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Fanfara Electronica- Shame Story - Children Of Yesterday Single
BoodnBone- Dig The Highlife Jewel - Dig The Highlife Jewel
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The Underbelly- Afro Beat - Record Kicks Afro Sides


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Playlist:

Various Artists- The Idan Raichel Project Blessings For The New Year - The Rough Guide To Ultimate Musical Adventures
Transglobal Underground- We Come To Tear Your Wall Down - The Stone Turntable
David Dor- Sapri Tama - Daasa The Haunting Sounds Of YemeniteIsraeli Funk 19731984 Sampler Single
Radio Trip- Hashish feat Boom Pam - Music Heads
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Fanfara Electronica- Gang In West County - Hybrid Rituals Vol 3
Anelis Assumpo- Segunda A Sexta - Taurina
Conjunto Angola 70 Paulo Flores- Rvellion Radio Edit - Turma Da Beno Single
Adam Port- Quim Manuel O Espirito Santo Senhour Doutour Adam Port Edit - Ganesha Song
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Dexter Story- Xamar - Wondem
Lascivio Bohemia- Mr Bohemia Was Here - La Cumbia Hipntica Single
Banana Sound Cartel- Manana - VVAA X
Studio Shap Shap- Harino - Chateau I
Zuma Dionys- Gold Jaguar - Gold Jaguar Single
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Youmna Saba- Nafas - Anthology Of Electroacoustic Lebanese Music
Radio Tehran- Tatilat - A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
Jimi Tenor- Walzeth - Cinema Dadaab EP
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Amadou Balake- Super Bar Konon Mousso KF Edit - Persie Edits Vol 6


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President-aligned parliamentarians gather in Sayoun, eastern Yemen, elect GPC's Sultan al-Burkani as new speaker.
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President-aligned parliamentarians gather in Sayoun, eastern Yemen, elect GPC's Sultan al-Burkani as new speaker.
          Yemeni Bodegas Boycott New York Post For ‘Fueling Threats’ With 9/11 Front Page      Comment   Translate Page      
It "threatens the safety of Rep. Omar and the Muslim American community when Islamophobia is at an all-time high."
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Yemen’s parliament convened yesterday for the first time since civil war broke out in 2015, with President Abdrabu Mansur Hadi describing the session held in the south-eastern province of Hadramawt as “historic”. In his address to MPs, Mr Hadi urged...
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The 301-member parliament, elected in 2009, is split between Houthi supporters, government supporters and independents [Screengrab/Al Jazeera] President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi, the head of Yemen’s internationally recognised government, has made a rare visit to the war-torn country for a meeting of its divided parliament. Hadi, who lives in Saudi Arabia, while rival Houthi rebels control the […]

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The launched a boycott of the New York Post Saturday to protest the newspaper’s incendiary front page that invoked 9/11 to attack Rep. (D-Minn.). More than 1,000 bodegas and delis owned by Yemeni-Americans in New York represent an important portion of the newspaper’s market. Bodega owners backed by last flexed their political muscle two years ago […]

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A correction the Army insignia reads "Land Forces " Qowat Al Barriyah.rather than Arab forces . The only forces to sport Arab in thier names are the Arab army of Jordan;AA"Al Jaysh Al Arabic" and the Syrian Arab army of Syria SAA" Al Jaysh Al Arabi Al Soori".
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The UAE armed forces have historically been influenced by the British army (Trucial Omani Scouts, Sandhurst). The Square colors are 'flashes' (Tactical recognition Flashes). Based on your work the Yellow/Red flash being Presidential Guard (formerly Royal Guard) is similar to the colors of 'Royal' units in the British army. In the UAE they seem inverted. As to the Black on Red; I see no immediate relation to UK flashes. They use Dark blue with Red for artillery, support services and Foot Guards (Blue-Red-Blue). Dark Blue on Red also indicates Infantry brigades. So Black on Red could be UAE regular inf brigade.
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          A New York Newspaper Ran an Attack on Rep. Ilhan Omar. Now Yemeni American Bodega Owners Are Boycotting It.      Comment   Translate Page      
Two years ago, about a thousand Yemeni American corner-store owners in New York City closed their businesses and gathered to protest President Donald Trump’s ban on Muslim travelers to the United States. The stores, known as bodegas, can be found across the city and help keep New Yorkers ticking with morning coffee, deli lunches, and […]
          15-19 April, Paris: Anti-Imperialist Week of Events      Comment   Translate Page      

Monday, 15 April through Friday, 19 April Various locations Ile-de-France, France Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/321559288544103/ The result of collaboration between several organizations, collectives and public figures, this cycle of conferences will offer us the opportunity to tackle imperialist domination through several thematic approaches from an internationalist perspective. Monday, 15 April French imperialism in Africa and its consequences in working-class neighborhoods in France. Followed by a screening of the film “Dire à Lamine”. With the Collectif Cases Rebelles. Place: Michelet Center, Amphi IAA (RER B – Port Royal) Tuesday, 16 April Anti-imperialism and internationalism, yesterday and today. With Alessandro Stella, Jean-Marc Rouillan and Saïd Bouamama. Place: University of Saint-Denis (Metro 13 – St-Denis University) Wednesday, 17 April Political prisoners in struggle. With the Committee of Solidarity with the Basque People, the French Jewish Union for Peace, the Association for the Defense of Human Rights in Morocco, the Palestinian Youth Movement, and Sergio Zamora (for the association Terre et Freedom for Arauco). Place: Pierre Mendes-France Center, Amphi L Thursday, 18 April War and imperialism: “War on Terror?” With the collective Ni Guerre Ni Etat de Guerre, Salam4Yemen, Survie and the PIR Place: University of Saint-Denis (Metro 13 – St-Denis University) Friday, 19 April The People’s War in India and the Philippines. With Christophe Kistler and Adolfo Naya. Location: to be confirmed

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          Yémen : La coalition arabe aurait abattu l’un de ses propres drones MALE CH-4B      Comment   Translate Page      

Le 10 janvier, les rebelles Houthis attaquèrent la base aérienne d’Al-Anad, la plus importante du Yémen, où se déroulait une parade militaire en présence du général Abdallah al-Nakhi, le chef d’état-major de l’armée loyaliste, son second, le général Saleh Zendani et d’Ahmed Abdallah, le gouverneur de la province de Lahj. L’objectif était donc clair :...

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          Comment on NYC Yemeni store owners boycott New York Post over 9/11 front page by byronmullet      Comment   Translate Page      
They're all doing what Obama started which is mocking America and Americans. Using education, freedom, free speech, the courts and now boycotts/divestiture, fines (and threats of same) and legislature bully pulpits to intellectualize for Islam, a 1400 year institutionalized human/civil rights violating ideology, is the ultimate way to mock us institutionally. Liberals started this mockery by demanding we immigrate, accomodate and overlook taqiyya, abusive sharia, FGM and violence. George W Bush after 9/11 mocked our intelligence by asserting it wasn't about Islam along with social liberal terrorism "charity engineers" Bill and Melinda Gates who underwrote it with common core international curriculums/indoctrinate the nation's through the children program...
          Comment on NYC Yemeni store owners boycott New York Post over 9/11 front page by Slimian Omar      Comment   Translate Page      
Slavery??? It was the mooo slimes of Africa who sold them into slavery. Tslk anout separating families!!! Why don’t they ssk the mooo slimes for “reparations.” Or are they seeking rappers instead of reparations? So confusing. Yawn.
          Comment on NYC Yemeni store owners boycott New York Post over 9/11 front page by Alleged-Comment      Comment   Translate Page      
Umm... excuse me Mr. Yemeni but that is what Omar is doing (provoking hatred and harm) to white people and Americans. Endangering THEIR lives. Why do you people get it ASS backwards all the time??? Stop thinking about yourself all the time. You're not the only one that matters.
          Comment on NYC Yemeni store owners boycott New York Post over 9/11 front page by Larenzo1      Comment   Translate Page      
Lets all thank Pam Geller and her iron determination and courage for stopping the victory mosque they tried to build on the 9/11 grounds.
          Comment on NYC Yemeni store owners boycott New York Post over 9/11 front page by Larenzo1      Comment   Translate Page      
Thank Obama for the Somali's.
          Comment on NYC Yemeni store owners boycott New York Post over 9/11 front page by Slimian Omar      Comment   Translate Page      
Boycott HSBC BANK for their support of BDS!!!!!!
          Comment on NYC Yemeni store owners boycott New York Post over 9/11 front page by Larenzo1      Comment   Translate Page      
Ditto
          Comment on NYC Yemeni store owners boycott New York Post over 9/11 front page by Mr Rollo      Comment   Translate Page      
The point is - - - muslums of the famed Rat/Cockroach Book, "koran", says that all infidels must be killed/murdered for allah, their friggin' Rat god thingy. We not give sympathy to muslum Rats. muslum Rats are the Scum of our planet Earth. Death to all muslum Rats.
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- Suudi Arabistan, Kuveyt, BAE, Katar, Ürdün, Lübnan, Sudan, Pakistan ve Yemen'de faaliyet gösteren şirketlerin üst düzey yöneticileriyle Gaziantepli iş insanlarını bir araya getirecek forum 16 Nisan'da başlayacak
           Comment on Federal Judge Attacks Trump As Adopting The Same Rhetoric and Tactics As The KKK by Karen S       Comment   Translate Page      
Are you asking me, in earnest, if I am enjoying a booming economy, in which we have the lowest unemployement ever recorded for minorities?
          Ilhan Omar has become the target of a dangerous hate campaign      Comment   Translate Page      

Ilhan Omar has become the target of a dangerous hate campaignFox News, New York Post and Donald Trump are contributing to a climate of vigilantism that threatens every Muslim in America today Omar’s detractors misrepresent her words, accusing her of saying things she didn’t say or condemning her for things that have been said before, even by Republicans themselves. Photograph: Mandel Ngan/AFP/Getty Images Here’s a question for you. Which American politician publicly referred to the terrorists who carried out the 9/11 attacks as “those folks who committed this act,” seemingly downplaying its horrors? Was it Minnesota representative Ilhan Omar? No. Try George W Bush. Here’s another one. Which American politician publicly called Benjamin Netanyahu “your prime minister” while addressing a crowd of Jewish American supporters. Since the statement assumes Jewish Americans carry a dual loyalty to both Israel and the United States, you might assume it was Ilhan Omar, based on all we’ve been told about her. In fact, it was Donald Trump. Or how about this. Who said that “the Stephen Miller approach to immigration has no viability”, adding that “Mr Miller is well known…for having views that are outside the mainstream,” suggesting Miller is in reality a political extremist who doesn’t belong in government? Was it Ilhan Omar? Wrong again. It was the Republican Senator Lindsey Graham. Over and over again, Ilhan Omar’s detractors misrepresent her words and intentions, accusing her of saying things she didn’t say or condemning her for things that have been said before, even by Republicans themselves. But the attacks continue. That’s why you could be forgiven for thinking that Ilhan Omar, one of the first two Muslim women ever elected to Congress, has said these – or even much worse – things. By now, she is accused so often of various speech and thought crimes that she almost seems like a figure in the Two Minutes Hate, the daily ritual used to whip party members into a frenzy in George Orwell’s novel 1984. In Orwell’s dystopia, the enemy of the people was the very Jewish-sounding Emmanuel Goldstein. If you believe some pundits, today’s enemy of the people is the very Muslim-looking Ilhan Omar. Think I’m exaggerating? Consider how Ronna McDaniel, the head of the Republican National Committee, recently labeled Omar as “anti-American” on Twitter. Or then there’s Fox News’s Brian Kilmeade, who questioned Omar’s loyalty, saying “You have to wonder if she’s an American first.” (Kilmeade has since walked back his statement a tad.) A few weeks earlier and also on Rupert Murdoch’s Fox News, Jeanine Pirro questioned not just Omar’s loyalty to her country but really any hijab-observing woman’s allegiance to the United States. “Omar wears a hijab,” Pirro said, accusingly. “Is her adherence to this Islamic doctrine indicative of her adherence to sharia law, which in itself is antithetical to the United States constitution?” The allegations are baseless, but the attacks continue. The latest manufactured outrage derives from a speech Omar gave last month to the Los Angeles branch of the Council on American-Islamic Relations. As the Washington Post noted, Omar’s 23 March speech was broadcast live (including on Fox News Online), but became controversial only days ago. In one phrase of her 20-minute talk, which was focused on Muslim Americans and civil rights, Omar says “some people did something” when referring to the September 11 attacks. It’s abundantly clear by the context of the talk that Omar was saying that the actions of a few have distressingly enabled the threat to the civil rights of so many. To allege that Omar was minimizing the horrors of September 11 is to deliberately misconstrue the point of her comments. But that didn’t stop the New York Post from accusing Omar of precisely that. The cover of the Murdoch-owned tabloid had a picture of the Twin Towers in flames with the words “Here’s your something. 2,977 people dead by terrorism” plastered across the page, as if Omar herself is responsible for those deaths. Appallingly, Donald Trump has now furthered the smear, tweeting a video linking Omar and the 9/11 attacks to his millions of followers. This near daily vilification of Omar and distortion of her positions is not just politically problematic. It’s also dangerous. In February, authorities arrested the United States coast guard Lieutenant Christopher Hasson, an alleged rightwing extremist who, reports say, had placed Omar (among others) on a hit list. The West Virginia Republican party was criticized last month after a poster was displayed in the capitol rotunda that also linked Omar with 9/11. And just last week, a man from western New York was arrested for allegedly threatening to kill the Minnesota congresswoman. In scoring their cheap political points, Fox News and the New York Post and the president of the United States himself are directly contributing to a perilous climate of vigilantism that threatens not only Omar but really every Muslim in America today. On one level, it’s clear why Omar is subject to these attacks. Omar is black, a woman, an immigrant, a refugee and a Muslim. The fact that racism, sexism and bigotry drive a double-standard where Omar faces criticism while others received little to no scrutiny for the same comments is self-evident. But that’s also not the full explanation. This double standard that is applied to Omar is meant to keep us from listening to what she is actually saying and doing. To call Stephen Miller a white nationalist, as Omar did, is to state an obvious truth. Omar added that “the fact that he still has influence on policy and political appointments is an outrage.” Rather than paying attention to her words, Omar was again caricatured as an anti-Semite. “Congresswoman Ilhan Omar has a well-documented history of antisemitic comments, social media posts and relationships,” the White House said, “so it’s not surprising that she would wildly attack a Jewish member of the administration.” In fact, we should be paying all kinds of attention to Omar’s words and actions. She is principled and outspoken against all types of human rights abuses, having criticized Saudi Arabia for its war in Yemen, spoken out against Chinese repression of the Uighur population, stood with the Sudanese people in their uprising, opposed American intervention in Venezuela, grilled Elliott Abrams about his atrocious human rights record, and more. She is a cosponsor of the 9/11 Victim Compensation Fund, and has already introduced the Protect Against Unlawful Lobbying Act of 2019, and the Federal Worker Childcare Protection Act of 2019. Most recently, she cosponsored a bi-cameral bill to end Donald Trump’s Muslim ban. And she only began her job in January. It’s no wonder that so many people, some from her own party, want to shut Ilhan Omar up. She has a lot to say and she says it. I for one will be listening closely. Moustafa Bayoumi is the author of How Does It Feel To Be a Problem?: Being Young and Arab in America



           Comment on What does BDS Founder Omar Barghouti have in common with Avi Yemeni? by UNCLE VLADDI       Comment   Translate Page      
Re: “The “informant” was @ComedyCentral.” The problem with political jokes is they get elected. Just more proof Trump has to fire the entire FBI.
          Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez promotes boycott of New York Post over Ilhan Omar cover      Comment   Translate Page      


Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, as she does with all news stories, has made sure to insert herself into the center of the controversy over recent remarks made by Rep. Ilhan Omar that casually dismissed the significance of the terror attack on 9/11.

In addition to preposterously bashing Rep. Dan Crenshaw as someone who has never lifted a finger about terror (he lost an eye fighting it, for the record), AOC has been busy accusing both him and President Trump of inciting violence against Omar by reacting to her remarks and criticizing them.

Not content with that much attention, apparently, AOC has now also jumped on a boycott bandwagon in New York City, in which Yemeni American bodega owners and merchants are boing to boycott selling the newspaper over their controversial front page about the war of 9/11 words.

The Post cover image, seen below, ran on Thursday. The boycott is called for on Sunday.


With all that going on, Ocasio-Cortez still managed to fit comparing the situation to the holocaust into her busy pot-stirring schedule.


          With the ISIS caliphate defeated in Syria, an Islamist militant rivalry takes root in Yemen      Comment   Translate Page      
The Islamic State and al-Qaeda are waging a deadly contest for territory, recruits and influence that is dividing tribes and deepening instability in Yemen, the Middle East’s poorest nation, according to tribal leaders, security officials and analysts.
          في الحرب.. الزوامل اليمنية لا تقلّ ضراوة عن المدافع      Comment   Translate Page      

التراصوت -  فريق التحرير

لون فني جديد كشفت عنه الحرب اليمنية بين الحوثيين وقوات هادي طغى على الفنون الغنائية الأخرى، وخرج عن استخدامه لتشجيع الجنود على القتال وتحشيد الشباب للالتحاق بالجبهات وتحميسهم على مواجهة الأعداء، ناهيك عن استخدامه في المناسبات الخاصة وحفلات الزواج.

الزامل هو فن غنائي شعبي يُنشَد في المناسبات الاجتماعية ويُرقَص عليه في بعض المناسبات رقصة جماعية

"الزامل"، بحسب الحوثيين جبهة بحد ذاته لمواجهة الغزاة وسلاح فتاك لإرهاب الأعداء، بكلماته الحماسية وإيقاعاته القوية التي تشعل البراكين في جوف سامعيها، وتجعلهم يتوجهون نحو جبهات القتال، إلى حد أن الكثير من السكان وصف الزوامل بأنها سحر.

اقرأ/ي أيضًا: البرع.. رقصة الحرب اليمانية

الزامل هو فن غنائي شعبي يُنشَد في المناسبات الاجتماعية ويُرقَص عليه في بعض المناسبات رقصة جماعية، ويُشترط في لغته أن تكون منظومة على عدة أنغام متقاربة الإيقاع لتثير الحماسة، خصوصًا في جبهات القتال، لتهز معنويات الخصوم. 

استثمرت جماعة الحوثيين التي تسيطر على العاصمة صنعاء منذ 2015، في إنشاد الزوامل، فكلماتها المنسوجة بالدماء وألحانها المضرجة بالبارود، أعطتها نكهتها الخاصة، وساعدتها في حربها ضد التحالف السعودي الإماراتي، الذي جعلها اللون الأبرز في البلاد خلال هذه الفترة.

لا تكاد تمر من جانب سيارة أو عربة عسكرية أو دراجة نارية في العاصمة صنعاء، إلا وتسمع زاملًا يدعو للقتال ويرفض الهيمنة والذل، ويعطيك النشاط والشجاعة، يقول عبد الرحمن محمود.

من الأكيد أن ليس كل من يسمع الزوامل مقتنعًا بمشروع الحوثيين وأفكارهم الطائفية، لكن للزامل تأثير كبير على جسم وعقل الإنسان يجعلك تشعر بالحماس والنشاط، يضيف محمود في حديثه لـ"الترا صوت".

لم تكتف جماعة الحوثيين بتوزيع أجهزة MP3 على المقاتلين في جبهات القتال، وذواكر تحمل المئات من الزوامل الحماسية، بل قامت بسابقة وهي إرسال المنشدين أنفسهم إلى الجبهات من أجل تحميس المقاتلين.

وفي هذا السياق، كان لطف القحوم، أشهر المنشدين الحوثيين للزوامل، قد لقي مصرعه في جبهة صرواح شرق العاصمة صنعاء أثناء المواجهات مع القوات الحكومية. القحوم الذي أنشد للحوثيين الزوامل في الحروب الست مع قوات الجيش في 2004، ذهب إلى الجبهة لتشجيع المقاتلين على القتال لكنه لقي حتفه بعد أيام من وصوله. لكن أناشيده لا تزال حاضرة بين جماعته، ومنها: "ما نبالي ما نبالي ما نبالي/واجعلوها حرب كبرى عالمية، حن قلبي للجرامل والأوالي (البندقية والكلاشينكوف)/ والله إن العيش ذا يحرم عليّه، في سبيل الله ذقنا المر حالي/ مرحبا بالموت حيّا بالمنية".

وهنا كلمات أخرى لزامل يحرّض فيها منشد الحوثيين عيسى الليث على بذل المال والنفس في سبيل الجماعة، بأسلوب يوظف الديني لصالح الأيديولوجي.

"إلى الجبهات.. رَبّي يناديني

هدى الآيات.. بالنور يهديني

معه رحّال.. دروب طوال

وللجبهات رَبّي يناديني".

 

"تركت البيت وعيالي

وطاب مع الله المسرى

وبِعت النفس والمالي

عسى الله يقبَل المشرى

طرقت الباب يا رب نجيني

من النيران وذنوب تخزيني

أحط أحمال.. ذنوب ثقال".

بطبيعة الحال، الملك سلمان وولي عهده لم يسلما من الزوامل التي ذمتهما واستنكرت التحالف الذي تقوده السعودية لحرب اليمن:

"قل للملك وابنه المهفوف

وأهل السلاح التوماتيكي

قبلك رجال الرجال حتوف

تبرق من الموت لا سلكي

الحرب سيقانها مكشوف

وظهورها مننا منكي

وأبراجكم كلها منسوف

وأبو يمن فوقها مدكي

أرض اليمن حدها محفوف

بالآر بي جي وبالشيكي

باسم القوي بانجيك صفوف

قل للسعودي والأمريكي

ما هو على قوة المقذوف

لو يمزج النفط بالويسكي".

وهي من كلمات الشاعر حمود محمد شرف أنشدها عيسى الليث ولقيت رواجًا في الأوساط اليمنية، وباتت تسمع على صدى واسع، بالإضافة إلى العشرات من الزوامل الأخرى الرافضة للتدخل السعودي والأمريكي في الشأن اليمني.

مع ظهور كل طائفة في البلاد يظهر معها لون فني جديد، فمع انطلاقة ثورة الشباب السلمية خرجت معها الأناشيد الثورية التي يرعاها حزب الإصلاح، قبل ذلك كانت الأغاني الوطنية رمزًا للنظام السابق. من جانبها دخلت القوات التابعة لهادي على الخط وقدّمت زوامل هي الأخرى، تدعو من خلالها لمواجهة الطرف الآخر وتوحيد الصفوف، لكن صداها أقل من الزامل الحوثية التي يبدو أنها أجادت اللعب على الوتر العاطفي بمكر أكبر.

حملُ الزامل في هاتفك لطرف معادٍ لجماعة، ثم مرَّ في منطقة الطرف الآخر وستجد التهمة الجاهزة التي قد توقعك في المتاعب ولائحة الاتهام بموالاة ذلك الطرف والعمل لحسابه. الزوامل الآن شكل من أشكال تحديد الهوية!

الملك سلمان وولي عهده لم يسلما من الزوامل التي ذمتهما واستنكرت التحالف الذي تقوده السعودية

في النقاط الأمنية يفتش الجنود الهواتف بحثًا عن الزوامل، ويمنع وصوله الى عدن إن كان يحمل في هاتفه تسجيلًا لزامل حوثي، ويتعرض للسجن والتحقيق ومن الطرف الآخر أيضًا، وهكذا دواليك.

اقرأ/ي أيضًا: وهم الإيقاع الخليجي

يتحدث آدم عبد الرحيم، لـ"الترا صوت"، بأن العديد من أصدقائه ذهبوا الى جبهات القتال بعد سماعهم للزوامل الحماسية. ويلفت إلى أنه يراود نفسه بين الحين والآخر بالذهاب الى جبهات القتال للحاق بأصدقائه كلما صادف أن سمع هذه الزامل.

تعدت الزوامل نطاق الحدود اليمنية وذاع صيتها في الدول العربية المجاورة، فالمغترب اليمني يستمع إليها في غربته لتكون عونًا له لمواجهة مشقات الغربة وعنائها، لكنها في سياق الاستثمار العسكري والحربي لا تتوقف عن تفتيت المفتت وتمزيق هوية اليمنيين بين أهواء أمراء الحرب.

 

 

اقرأ/ي أيضًا:

العود في اليمن.. من صفائح زيوت السيارات

ليست سرقته الأولى.. حسين الجسمي يسطو من جديد على موسيقى اليمن

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          The Uber IPO exposes how Saudi cash drives Silicon Valley innovation, and even the biggest tech companies can’t stop it      Comment   Translate Page      

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  • Uber's S-1 filing showed that Saudi Arabia's Public Investment Fund owns 5% of the company.
  • The Public Investment Fund is also a top investor in Softbank's gargantuan Vision Fund, which owns 16% of Uber — not to mention sizable stakes in companies like Slack, WeWork, and DoorDash. 
  • Saudi Arabia has been criticized for human rights abuses and repressive laws, so it's a problematic source of cash for Silicon Valley, which prides itself on changing the world.
  • But Silicon Valley is under attack like never before these days, and that's caused a cynical search for stability that seems to have made taking Saudi money a non-issue. 

Silicon Valley's relationship with an undemocratic regime that has a troubling human rights record is in the spotlight. 

President Donald Trump has spoken out about it. Lawmakers are debating ways to stop the flow of money and data between the two.

The adversary in this cross-border drama is China, which has raised alarm bells in the US as it bulks up its homegrown tech industry and arouses suspicion of spying and influence.

However, there's much less fuss about the cozy ties between another repressive foreign power and Silicon Valley. 

Saudi Arabia's presence in Silicon Valley is greater than it's ever been. 

That became especially clear on Thursday when Uber filed its IPO paperwork. We learned from the S-1 filing that the kingdom's Public Investment Fund owns 5.2% of the ride-sharing company. 

The figure might actually under-count Saudi Arabia's influence within Uber. Softbank, the Japanese tech conglomerate, owns a 16.3% stake in Uber through its Softbank Vision Fund. The biggest investor in the Vision Fund is Saudi Arabia, which contributed $45 billion of the fund's massive $100 billion bankroll

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The Vision Fund is Silicon Valley's undisputed kingmaker today, writing big checks and amassing stakes in high-flying startups such as WeWork, Slack, DoorDash and GM Cruise. That means Saudi cash is essentially funding much of Silicon Valley's innovation.

As the New York Times pointed out in October, this gusher of Saudi money is an inconvenient truth for an industry that prides itself on making the world a better place.

From space to augmented reality, Saudi cash is everywhere

Some basic facts about Saudi Arabia: It's a place where torture and arbitrary arrests are widespread, according to Amnesty International; a place where women are not allowed to travel abroad without the permission of a male "guardian." It's the leader of a coalition blamed for airstrikes in Yemen responsible for thousands of civilian deaths and injuries. 

And then there's the gruesome killing of Saudi dissident journalist Jamal Khashogghi, which, according to the CIA's initial conclusion, was ordered by Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman, the Wall Street Journal reported.

In other words, Saudi Arabia is antithetical to everything tech companies' altruistic mission statements claim to stand for.  

Saudi money may be more prevalent in tech now, but it's not new. Prince Alwaleed bin Talal was an early investor in Twitter, and at one point owned a stake larger than cofounder Jack Dorsey's. (Alwaleed was himself detained — in a Ritz Cartlon hotel — for three months in 2017 by his cousin Prince Mohammed, the current leader of the country).

And the Saudi Public Investment Fund is also a shareholder in Magic Leap, Tesla and Virgin Galactic, according to research firm CB Insights. Whether you're in augmented reality or outer space, there's no escaping Saudi money.

A 2018 Quartz article cites an estimate by research firm Quid that Saudi investors directly participated in tech investment rounds totalling at least $6.2 billion during the previous five years.

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Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi backed out of a conference organized by Prince Mohammed last year after the Khashogghi killing, as did now-former Google Cloud CEO Diane Greene. But for the most part, there's been little pushback among tech startups when it comes to accepting Saudi or Softbank money.

Uber's winds of change

So why is Silicon Valley okay with Saudi money? 

It's true that we live in a world that runs on oil — so drawing a moral line isn't easy when you're pumping gas into your car every day. 

Maybe the tech industry thinks it's bringing the winds of change.

After all, when Uber announced its Saudi investment in 2016, women weren't allowed to drive.

“Of course we think women should be allowed to drive,” Uber's Jill Hazelbaker told the New York Times at the time. “In the absence of that, we have been able to provide extraordinary mobility that didn’t exist before — and we’re incredibly proud of that.”

And two years later, change did happen when the ban on women driving was officially lifted.

Did Uber's presence in Saudi Arabia cause the change? It's impossible to say with certainty, but I'd wager not. 

Much more likely is that Prince Mohammed, looking for a way to burnish his credentials as a "reformer" when he rose to power in 2017, saw the controversial driving ban as an easy and expedient thing to jettison in exchange for goodwill.

The notion of working from the inside to bring about change has a long and not-so-great track record in tech. Think back to Google contorting itself into a pretzel to justify its introduction, and then withdrawal, of a search engine in China. When outrage recently erupted over Google's secret plans to make a new censored search app for China, the company didn't even try to justify itself with a "change from within" argument.

Tech businesses don't really want a revolution

You may ask, at this point, why more companies don't take a stand and turn down Saudi cash. 

The sad reality is that companies are more interested in preserving the status quo that their businesses are built on than in bringing about change; even the "disruptive" tech companies.

That's especially true today, as tech companies are under siege from all sides, blamed for disrupting our privacy, our elections and our children's attention spans. 

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Thinking differently is great marketing copy when it sells gadgets. But there's little upside in leading a revolution if it scares away customers. 

Look no further than Google's app store. Thanks to an app called Absher, Saudi men can direct where women travel, and receive alerts when women use a passport to leave Saudi Arabia. After Insider's Bill Bostock investigation into this wife-tracking app, US lawmakers demanded that Google remove Absher from its app store.

Google refused to pull the app. It argued that the app does not violate its terms of service.

Right now, the tech industry's terms of service are clear. Whether it's about policies, products or investors, the golden rule is stability. 

SEE ALSO: Uber can't decide whether cofounder Travis Kalanick is an asset or a liability, and it makes for an awkward but revealing IPO filing

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The government refuses to confirm or deny the presence of British special forces in Yemen.
Its missions are exempt from freedom of information and even Parliament’s defence committee.
This wall of secrecy cracked slightly after five SBS members were injured in Yemen, causing an insider to speak out anonymously last month.
The insider’s allegations were then raised in Parliament, just hours after Foreign Office Middle East minister Alistair Burt resigned over Brexit.
At the Court of Appeal — The government will defend its arms sales to Saudi Arabia at a secret court hearing in London tomorrow in a bid to obscure sensitive details about Britain’s covert role in the Yemen war.
The Court of Appeal went into closed session this afternoon with journalists, campaigners and some lawyers forced to leave court room 72 until later today.
Only security-vetted judges and special advocates remained to discuss “a large quantity” of evidence behind locked doors.
The government said the secrecy was required to “protect national security” and avoid divulging highly sensitive aspects of its relationship with Saudi Arabia and the ongoing war in Yemen.
It comes amid incendiary allegations in the press that British special forces are directing Saudi bombing raids in Yemen.
The Mail on Sunday has claimed that members of the Royal Navy’s elite Special Boat Service (SBS) have “forward air controllers” on the ground in Yemen. These are specially trained commandos who guide fighter jet pilots on bombing runs to ensure they hit targets.
Their presence in Yemen could explain the British government’s insistence that Saudi air strikes are not causing civilian casualties.
Sir James Eadie QC, a lawyer who represents the Department for International Trade, has repeatedly cast doubt on reports by Amnesty International, Medecins Sans Frontieres and even a UN panel of experts who say Saudi Arabia is bombing Yemeni schools, mosques and hospitals.
Mr Eadie said in open court yesterday that International Trade Secretary Liam Fox is privy to more information than charities and the UN about the Saudi military’s decision-making process.
He refused to explain how this was possible in public session and promised to reveal more in secret court.
He only hinted that the Ministry of Defence (MoD) “is able to base its analysis on a wide range of information including sensitive MoD-sourced imagery.”
Mr Eadie said this “secures a more comprehensive and immediate picture than that provided by third party commercial imagery” which is used by the UN.
Burt’s shoes were filled at short notice by Mark Field, who went off script and promised to hold an internal investigation – into an issue he could neither confirm nor deny existed.
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When Trump designated the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) a terrorist organisation, Iran hit back hours later by labellingthe US Central Command ‘CENTCOM’ a supporter of terrorism. Now two governmental military entities have been designed terrorist supporters, putting the US and Iranian forces at the level of al-Qaeda and the ‘Islamic State’ (ISIS) for their opposing armies. Trump’s decision is somewhat symbolic. Already in 2007, the IRGC was placed on the US Department of Treasury list of entities guilty of proliferation activities and support for terrorism. In 2011 President Obama added the Iranian Ministry of Defence and Armed Forces Logistics, the Basij and the Iranian police to a Treasury Department list of entities responsible for human rights abuses. Trump has now added Iran to a State Department list of supporters of terrorism. Tensions between Iran and the US has never reached such a high level, and have been in continuous escalation since Trump took office. What could go wrong?
These decisions may put the two forces against each other, on the ground in the Middle East or at sea in the Straits of Hormuz. A violent reaction could emanate from either side and bring the Middle East into unprecedented danger. Iran, rightly or wrongly, believes that Prime Minister Benyamin Netanyahu, who has obvious influence over President Trump, is pushing the US to trigger a war. Accordingly, Iran and its regional allies are preparing for war.
Preparing for the worse, in recent days Iran has contacted allies in the Middle East, explaining the dangers of the situation and its possible consequences for their respective countries. All allies expressed readiness to support Iran and engage in any future war if the US attacks the ‘Islamic Republic’ and its existence is at stake. This information has been confirmed by a trusted source in direct contact with decision makers among Iran’s allies.
According to the source, Lebanon, or more precisely the political-military force operating under the trio equation (the Army, the People and the Resistance), “shall not be excluded from any future war between Iran and the US in the Middle East”. The source confirmed that Hezbollah Secretary General Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah promised that “Hezbollah will not stand idle if Iran comes under attack; it shall respond rather than watch events unfold”. This means any US-Iran war will expand to other countries, notably Lebanon and Israel.






“Trump is granting any wishes expressed by Israel Prime Minister Benyamin Netanyahu. He – Netanyahu – is said to be behind the US sabotaging and revokingthe nuclear deal with Iran. Netanyahu told Trump to move the embassy to Jerusalem and to recognise it as the capital of Israel. Trump gave Israel the Syrian occupied Golan Heights to boost Netanyahu’s election. Trump even defined Netanyahu as “your prime minister” when addressing American Jews at the recent AIPAC meetings. Netanyahu boasts that Trump designated the IRGC as a terrorist organisation at his request. Thus, Israel –in Tehran’s view—considers this a golden opportunity to start a war against Iran, particularly now that many Arab countries enjoy good relationships with Netanyahu, share Israel’s hostility to Iran (i.e. Saudi Arabia, Bahrein, the United Emirates), and are either supportive of a war or unable to stand in the way of Israel’s plans. Netanyahu enjoys unlimited support from Trump and will have full US military support in case of war. This is why Israel will be a target in any war against Iran”, said the source.
On the delicate domestic situation in Lebanon, a multi-ethnic country in financial distress, the source said: “Iran has invested (armed and financially supported allies) for decades in Lebanon, Syria, Iraq and Palestine. This investment will not be wasted. Both Lebanon and Israel have long had enough reasons to start a war, but the political and military circumstances were not appropriate. To be clear, there has been no cease-fire deal or agreed on rule of engagement between Hezbollah and Israel since the 2006 war but only a cessation of hostility. Therefore, a war between the US and Iran means a war against Israel”.
On Syria, the source considers the economic situation to be critical. “By imposing economic sanctions to cripple the country, the US and Israel are trying to win what they lost on the battlefield. Any foreign support is blocked in order to prevent reconstruction and to straightjacket the government of Damascus. Any rapprochement between Damascus and the Arab countries has been stymied by the US, who have succeeded in stopping the resumption of Arab diplomatic relations with Syria. The US is pushing Syria to think carefully about its future steps and to submit to the will of Trump. President Bashar al-Assad will not succumb; he would rather go to war against Israel to recover Syria’s Golan Heights. This could happen when and if the US starts a war against Iran”.
In Iraq, the central government is trying to avoid any bras-de-fer between Iran and the US, maintaining a delicate balance between the two enemies. Nevertheless, Iraqi groups ideologically linked to Iran have expressed their readiness to be directly engaged against US forces in case of war, believes the source.






Iran may change its behaviour at sea, mainly around the Straits of Hormuz in the Persian Gulf. It is possible that the IRGC will take a more aggressive attitude towards the US Navy in the area, further complicating the situation. A conflict between the two sides seems inevitable even if a declaration of war is not imminent. Tehran, despite its tit-for-tat actions, is not expected to provoke US forces. It will not, however, hold back in the event of an error on the other side. If the US aims to frighten Iran, then a war-like situation is plausible.
Since taking control of the White House, Trump has transformed the Middle East into a more chaotic place: by his occupation of Syria, by allowing Saudi Arabia to continue its war on Yemen, and by offering Jerusalem and the Golan Heights to Israel. War is nothing new in this part of the world. The apparent victory of the extreme right and re-election of Netanyahu as prime minister make it all the more likely.
Israel tried – but failed – failed to defeat and neutralise Hezbollah in 2006. The US and Israel, along with Europe and Arab countries, attempted regime-change in Syria. One of their many failed objectives in attacking Syria was to disrupt the flow of weapons to Hezbollah and to push Syria away from the “Axis of Resistance”. Under the watchful eyes of Obama’s administration, ISIS grew and expanded in Iraq and Syria. US policy failed there too, having sought to divide Mesopotamia into three weak states: Kurdistan, Shiistan and Sunnistan. All these attempts were directly linked to Iran, who benefits from having powerful allies in Lebanon, Syria and Iraq. The latter country is currently rejecting US sanctions and expanding its energy and commercial relationship with Iran to an unprecedented level. All these US policies have sought to break Iran and force it to accept US domination, a policy Washington has been trying to achieve since 1979. Perhaps, in the minds of Trump and Netanyahu, it is time to hit Iran directly. Alternatively, it may be that Iran’s fears are exaggerated.
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The international blowback to the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi is making things uncomfortable for Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman at this year's Group of 20 summit, which began Friday in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The summit marks an important test of how far world leaders will seek to distance themselves from the crown prince after Khashoggi was killed at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul in early October. The Saudi government has denied that the crown prince played any role in Khashoggi's death, but the CIA has concluded that he in fact ordered the killing. On a separate front for the crown prince, Argentina's state prosecutor is looking into whether criminal charges can be filed against him for alleged war crimes by the Saudi-led coalition fighting in Yemen. The controversy surrounding the crown prince was evident on Friday, when he was sidelined for the official "family photo" of world leaders at the summit, and then exited the stage without shaking hands or
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Las polarizaciones son consustanciales al ser humano. Conductas aprendidas en casa y escuela, retos sociales, bretes éticos y posiciones frente a la vida, dividen a la población. Morir por comer poco y mal, o en exceso y mal, para luego fenecer por hambre o complicaciones del sobrepeso son dos extremos que abrasan a la condición humana desde hace décadas. Bretes políticos y societarios han incrementado la visibilidad del mal comer. Bretes infinitos y complejos: de las personas obesas que pululan en centros comerciales a las fotos de los infantes desnutridos en Yemen o Bangladesh el punto de comunión entre ambos extremos es el ser humano.

Morir y enfermar por excesos alimenticios o fenecer por carencias de nutrientes es paradoja y realidad del ya caminado Siglo XXI. De acuerdo a la Organización de las Naciones Unidas para la Alimentación y la Agricultura el número de personas subalimentadas en el mundo ha aumentado: mientras que en 2016 eran alrededor de 804 millones, en 2017 la cifra rondó los 821, i.e., 11% de la población mundial.

El incremento no es azaroso. Destacan conflictos armados, desaceleración económica y el imparable daño secundario por cambios climáticos. Hace pocos días la prensa advertía sobre los trágicos sucesos en Bangladesh: el éxodo obligado de la comunidad rohinyá de Myanmar hacia Bangaldesh devino deforestación, desaparición de colinas verdes y de campos de cultivo de arroz. Los rohynyá instalaron sus campamentos en esas áreas. Amén de la desaparición de sembradíos y bosques, la quema de madera, sumada a la deforestación, empeoró la calidad del aire. El número de desastres relacionados con el cambio climático, que incluyen temperaturas extremas, sequías, inundaciones y tormentas, se ha duplicado desde principios de la década de 1990.

Salvo por los trumpianos de Trump, imposible negar las consecuencias devastadoras del cambio climático sobre la Tierra. Vivimos en el Antropoceno, i.e., el impacto global de las actividades humanas sobre los ecosistemas terrestres -pérdida de áreas de cultivo, disminución de la producción de alimentos-. Comparto, entre una miríada de datos alarmantes, una cita de Learning to die in the Anthropocene. Reflections on the end of a Civilization -"Aprendiendo a morir en el Antropoceno. Reflexiones sobre el final de una civilización"-, de Roy Scranton. Los datos son demoledores: "Cambios extremos en el clima producirán inundaciones, aumento de la temperatura y sequías, fenómenos que disminuirán la producción de alimentos y debilitarán la estabilidad de algunos países con el consiguiente incremento en el número de migraciones, en la desobediencia civil y en el vandalismo".

La inseguridad alimentaria ha aumentado. A los números señalados en el segundo párrafo, agrego otros ejemplos: Subalimentación en el mundo 14%, en África 21%, en América Latina y Caribe 9%; el número de niños con retraso en el crecimiento, a pesar de haber disminuido de 165 millones en 2012 a 150 millones en 2017, es grosero; una de cada tres mujeres en edad reproductiva padece anemia; 7% de los niños en el mundo sufren emaciación -peso bajo para la estatura-, fenómeno asociado con aumento en la mortalidad: en 2013 murieron 875,000 niños por este motivo; niños obesos en 2017: 6% de la población. Adultos obesos en el mismo año: 13%; el 5% de niños menores de 5 años tienen sobrepeso (50 millones); 13% de la población en países en desarrollo presenta desnutrición; la nutrición deficiente es la causa de casi la mitad (45%) de las muertes en niños menores de cinco -fallecen 13 millones cada año-; 66 millones de niños en edad escolar primaria asisten a clases con hambre... y. y…

Los costos de la inseguridad alimentaria son enormes: aumenta el estrés, la ansiedad y la depresión. Quienes tienen unas monedas, consumen, para saciar el hambre, alimentos hipercalóricos por ser más económicos -o menos caros-. Ese fenómeno ha generado un nuevo problema, la coexistencia de subalimentación y sobrepeso, una suerte de "doble carga", creo, imposible de sortear.

Mucho se ha escrito sobre la alimentación como derecho humano. Los expertos también han mostrado que el mundo cuenta con suficientes alimentos para nutrir, por ahora, a toda la población -falta saber las consecuencias del Antropoceno-.

Las dietas inadecuadas, por su pobre contenido o por su exceso son causas de millones de muertes. Eso lo explica una investigación reciente publicada en "The Lancet", revista médica británica. Sobre ese embrollo escribiré la próxima semana.

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역시 클라스 오지죠. Highest inflation, 2019. Venezuela: 10,000,000% Zimbabwe: 73% Sudan: 49% Argentina: 43% Iran: 37% South Sudan: 24% Liberia: 22% Yemen: 20% Angola: 17% Turkey: 17% Uzbekistan: 16% Sierra Leone: 15% Libya: 15% Haiti: 14% Egypt: 14% Nigeria: 11% Zambia: 10% Ethiopia: 9% (IMF) 사악한 미제국주의때문에 베네수엘라 인플레가 저리 된거임 아무튼 그런거임. 병신새끼들.
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The unwarranted assumption of the article is that 17 years is too long. I support President Trump but respectfully disagree that “great powers don’t fight endless wars.” They do if they have to. Radical Islam is the third ideological threat after Fascism and Communism to rise from the ashes of the First World War. The Muslim Brotherhood began in the late ‘20s and spawned many similar movements over the years. We need the intellectual clarity to see our current problems in historical perspective. From the vantage point of the First World War and the following century, 17 years isn’t long at all. Iraq and Afghanistan aren’t wars. They are fronts in a larger war that we’ll be fighting over the next few generations. Strategy will involve picking our fronts carefully to the extent we have a choice and seeking to make certain we have choices wherever possible. This is especially true in regard to radical Islamists who have a land fetish - conquest builds their morale and spurs recruitment. And their recruitment pool is very deep. There was nothing wrong per se about choosing Afghanistan and Iraq as fronts in this war. There was plenty wrong with failing to deploy a blocking force in the early days in Afghanistan to prevent the escape of Al Qaeda and the Taliban. Ditto for invading Iraq without an occupation force and dissolving the Iraqi Army and sending them home with their weapons. Victory in the war against radical Islam will be largely a function of morale, maintaining ours and crushing theirs. This means keeping our casualties and expenses low, while killing them suddenly and at will. The loser in this war will develop a sense of learned helplessness and give up. Given the ideological ferocity of our enemy this will require means that are nasty and brutish, but unfortunately not short. In other words, Obama and Trump started to get some things right by deemphasizing large, bulky deployments of armies, and using special forces and drones more extensively. Nation building is expensive and saps morale as this article attests. The next logical step in winning will require stronger stomachs than we currently have. This will require containing Islam and allowing them to fight among themselves while not permitting humanitarian assistance or relocation of refugees to non Muslim countries until they tire of killing each other. In other words let a thousand Syrias and Yemens bloom but turn the boatloads of refugees around. Strong stomachs indeed. Are we up to the task? I’m not sure. To do so we’ll need to fight smarter and avoid discouraging sentiments such as are displayed in this article.
          Sudanese Protesters Demand 'Immediate' Move to Civilian Rule      Comment   Translate Page      
Organizers of the protests in Sudan that forced long-ruling President Omar al-Bashir from office are calling on the military to "immediately and unconditionally" hand power to a transitional civilian government that would rule for four years. The political parties and movements behind the four months of protests said in a joint statement late Saturday that they will remain in the streets until their demands are met. They said the handover to civilian rule would be the "first step toward the fall of the regime." The army has appointed a military council that it says will rule for two years or less while elections are being organized. The council met with a delegation of protest organizers on Saturday. The military overthrew al-Bashir on Thursday, ending his nearly 30-year reign and placing him under house arrest in the capital, Khartoum. The protesters fear that the military, which is dominated by al-Bashir appointees, will cling to power or select one of its own to succeed him. Saudi Araba and the United Arab Emirates meanwhile issued statements in support of Sudan's transitional military council. Saudi Arabia said it "stands by the Sudanese people" and called on all Sudanese "to give priority to the national interest" of their country. The UAE called on the Sudanese "to work for protecting legitimacy and ensuring a peaceful transfer of power." Saudi King Salman ordered an unspecified package of aid for Sudan that includes petroleum products, wheat and medicine. In separate statements issued late Saturday, Saudi Arabia and the UAE specifically expressed support for Sudan's transitional council formed by the military. The UAE said it welcomed the swearing-in of Gen. Abdel-Fattah Burhan on Friday as head of that council. Burhan assumed leadership of the military council the day after al-Bashir's ouster after protesters objected to its being led by Gen. Awad ibn Ouf, who was seen as being too close to al-Bashir. In remarks broadcast on state TV, Burhan said Saturday the council has invited "all spectrums of Sudanese people for dialogue." He said he was lifting the nighttime curfew imposed Thursday, which was to last for a month, and declared the immediate release of all those detained and tried during the wave of unrest that began in December. Al-Bashir imposed a state of emergency in February, banning unauthorized public gatherings and granting sweeping powers to the police in an effort to quash the protests. Dozens of people were killed in clashes between police and protesters, and hundreds were tried before emergency courts. The protesters have modeled their movement on the Arab Spring uprisings in 2011 that swept leaders from power in Egypt, Tunisia, Libya and Yemen. They have incorporated many of its slogans, and established a sit-in outside the military headquarters in Khartoum earlier this month. Those uprisings left a mixed legacy, with only Tunisia emerging as a democracy. In Egypt, the military overthrew an elected but divisive Islamist president in 2013 and authorities have since cracked down hard on dissent. Yemen slid into civil war, and Libya is on the verge of another major conflict as militias fight for control of the capital, Tripoli.
          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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          NYC Yemeni bodegas called to boycott NY Post as row over Ilhan Omar's 9/11 comment heats up      Comment   Translate Page      
The Yemeni American Merchants Association has called on all the community - which runs quite a few newsstands in NYC - to boycott the New York Post after it scathed Congresswoman Ilhan Omar over her controversial 9/11 comment. The Rupert Murdoch-owned daily has drawn the ire of Yemeni Americans after it accused Omar of downplaying the grave human cost of the 9/11 attacks. "Here's your something: 2,977 people dead by terrorism," the paper's front page said on Thursday, referring to Omar's comment in which she described the terrorist attack as "some people did something." A full-page photo of the World Trade Center towers burning on September 11, 2001 was used as a backdrop.


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