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Similar occurrences are now taking place in Sudan. https://www.aljazeera.com/topics/country/sudan.html We can be sure that Arab dictatorships, including Saudi Arabia, certain Gulf states and Egypt are alarmed and keeping a close eye on unfolding events.
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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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          THE DISCIPLINE OF DEMOCRACY:      Comment   Translate Page      
What is next for Turkey after the local elections? (Fahrettin Altun, 4/13/19, Al Jazeera)

The People's Alliance - between the Justice and Development Party (AK Party) and the Nationalist Movement Party (MHP) - received over 53 percent of the national vote and maintained its popularity. Meanwhile, opposition candidates made some gains, notably in the capital Ankara. The mayorship in Istanbul is still contested and the Supreme Electoral Council, an independent legal body, is handling challenges as per Turkish law in a transparent fashion.

After Turkey wrapped up the municipal vote, for the first time in many years, it is entering a long election-free period that will last until 2023. In these four-and-a-half years, the Turkish presidency will focus on three main issues: the economy, the crisis in Syria and its defence capabilities.

On the home front, getting the Turkish economy back on track will be the administration's top priority. In recent months, Turkey experienced an unprecedented and potentially devastating economic assault that it managed to survive.

The lesson learned from that episode was that the Turkish government needed to take necessary steps to make the nation's economy more resilient to external shocks. By 2023, Turkey hopes to have strengthened its economy through export-driven growth, investment in technology and job creation.

Last week, Treasury and Finance Minister Berat Albayrak unveiled the administration's plan for structural transformation, which places emphasis on strengthening Turkey's free market economy, implementing tax reforms and promoting a more just distribution of wealth.

Reiterating the country's commitment to fiscal discipline, Albayrak pledged to deliver debt securities worth $4.92bn to capitalise state banks and help private banks to raise their capital levels to address short-term issues. In the long run, the administration plans to introduce a new individual pension system based on income level. The Turkish government will unveil a plan to combat inflation on food prices next month.

Once you secure a revolution you have to deliver on its promises.

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#الجزيرة
أعلنت -قوى الحرية والتغيير- السودانية رفضها البيان الأول للرئيس الجديد للمجلس العسكري الانتقالي عبد الفتاح البرهان، مشددة على استمرار الاعتصامات والعصيان المدني حتى تحقيق سبعة مطالب. ......
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#الجزيرة
أكد المدير الفني لنادي الأهلي المصري لكرة القدم الأورغوياني مارتن لاسارتي أن فريقه قدم كل ما يستطيع من أجل العودة أمام صن دوانز. ......
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#الجزيرة
تأهل نادي الترجي التونسي حامل اللقب إلى المربع الذهبي لدوري أبطال أفريقيا لكرة القدم، بعد فوزه على ضيفه النادي الرياضي القسنطيني الجزائري 3-1 في إياب دور الثمانية من البطولة. ......
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#الجزيرة
دعا رئيس لجنة حقوق الإنسان في البرلمان الأوروبي أنتونيو بنزيري ولي العهد السعودي محمد بن سلمان إلى الإفراج عن الأمير السعودي سلمان بن عبد العزيز المعتقل لدى السلطات السعودية. ......
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How Northern Ireland conflicts helped lead to Brexit
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WATCH: After Netanyahu’s victory, will Israel annex towns in Judea and Samaria? Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu vowed to annex Jewish communities in Judea and Samaria if he won reelection, but with the elections over, will he be able to fulfill this campaign promise?

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Trump warns Putin of US umbrella over Israeli strikes on Iranian targets in Syria Tehran had no reason to expect Russian Pantsir, S-300 or S-400 air defense missiles to begin knocking out the Israeli aircraft targeting Iranian military sites in Syria.

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          THE DISCIPLINE OF DEMOCRACY:      Comment   Translate Page      
What is next for Turkey after the local elections? (Fahrettin Altun, 4/13/19, Al Jazeera)

The People's Alliance - between the Justice and Development Party (AK Party) and the Nationalist Movement Party (MHP) - received over 53 percent of the national vote and maintained its popularity. Meanwhile, opposition candidates made some gains, notably in the capital Ankara. The mayorship in Istanbul is still contested and the Supreme Electoral Council, an independent legal body, is handling challenges as per Turkish law in a transparent fashion.

After Turkey wrapped up the municipal vote, for the first time in many years, it is entering a long election-free period that will last until 2023. In these four-and-a-half years, the Turkish presidency will focus on three main issues: the economy, the crisis in Syria and its defence capabilities.

On the home front, getting the Turkish economy back on track will be the administration's top priority. In recent months, Turkey experienced an unprecedented and potentially devastating economic assault that it managed to survive.

The lesson learned from that episode was that the Turkish government needed to take necessary steps to make the nation's economy more resilient to external shocks. By 2023, Turkey hopes to have strengthened its economy through export-driven growth, investment in technology and job creation.

Last week, Treasury and Finance Minister Berat Albayrak unveiled the administration's plan for structural transformation, which places emphasis on strengthening Turkey's free market economy, implementing tax reforms and promoting a more just distribution of wealth.

Reiterating the country's commitment to fiscal discipline, Albayrak pledged to deliver debt securities worth $4.92bn to capitalise state banks and help private banks to raise their capital levels to address short-term issues. In the long run, the administration plans to introduce a new individual pension system based on income level. The Turkish government will unveil a plan to combat inflation on food prices next month.

Once you secure a revolution you have to deliver on its promises.

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شاهد: البرهان رئيسا جديدا للمجلس العسكري في السودان  الجزيرة مباشر

التفاصيل: الفريق أول عبد الفتاح برهان يؤدي القسم رئيسا جديدا للمجلس العسكري الانتقالي في السودان. قال "بن عوف" في كلمة بثها التلفزيون الرسمي، إنه يتنازل عن ...

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La settimana del Papa dal 7 al 13 aprile. Catechesi del Santo Padre: "Nessuno di noi ama Dio quanto Lui ha amato noi. Basta mettersi davanti a un crocifisso per cogliere la sproporzione"
(a cura Redazione "Il sismografo")
Domenica 7 aprile 2019
*** L'Angelus di Papa Francesco
- «Gesù è l’unico senza colpa, l’unico che potrebbe scagliare la pietra contro di lei, ma non lo fa, perché Dio “non vuole la morte del peccatore, ma che si converta e viva"»
Testo dell'allocuzione del Papa - (Angelus N° 15)
Cari fratelli e sorelle, buongiorno!
In questa quinta domenica di Quaresima, la liturgia ci presenta l’episodio della donna adultera (cfr Gv 8,1-11). In esso si contrappongono due atteggiamenti: quello degli scribi e dei farisei da una parte, e quello di Gesù dall’altra. I primi vogliono condannare la donna, perché si sentono i tutori della Legge e della sua fedele applicazione. Gesù invece vuole salvarla, perché Lui impersona la misericordia di Dio che perdonando redime e riconciliando rinnova.

Vediamo dunque l’avvenimento. Mentre Gesù sta insegnando nel tempio, gli scribi e i farisei gli portano una donna sorpresa in adulterio; la pongono nel mezzo e chiedono a Gesù se si deve lapidarla, così come prescrive la Legge di Mosè. L’Evangelista precisa che essi posero il quesito «per metterlo alla prova e per avere motivo di accusarlo» (v. 6). Si può supporre che il loro proposito fosse questo
Testo

*** Udienza del Papa ai Docenti e Studenti dell’Istituto San Carlo di Milano (06.04.2019) - Discorso
Pubblichiamo di seguito la trascrizione del dialogo del Santo Padre Francesco con i Docenti e gli Studenti dell’Istituto San Carlo di Milano, ricevuti in Udienza nella mattinata di venerdì 6 aprile in Aula Paolo VI:
Domande dei giovani e risposte a braccio del Santo Padre
Prima domanda: Adriano Tibaldi (Studente)
Santo Padre buongiorno! Mi chiamo Adriano Tibaldi, frequento l’ultimo anno dell’IB Diploma Programma al San Carlo: in questi mesi mi sto preparando per gli esami finali e insieme sto verificando le possibilità per il mio futuro: quale università fare? Dove? Vengo da una famiglia con mamma americana e papà italiano.In questi anni al San Carlo ho potuto fare tante esperienze di volontariato: lo scorso anno ho trascorso qualche settimana in Perù con alcuni miei compagni in una missione. Ho visto con i miei occhi la povertà estrema, bimbi ed intere famiglie senza una casa. Ho conosciuto tre ragazze della mia età che hanno subito violenza dai padri o da sconosciuti e sono diventate madri. Ho sentito storie di ragazzi che venivano sequestrati dalle loro famiglie, uccisi e deprivati dei loro organi in cambio di un paio di dollari. Mi ha colpito molto quell’esperienza e mi domando: Perché Dio sembra fare preferenze? A noi, a me, ai miei amici ci dà una vita meravigliosa e ad altri no... Su questo tema cosa possiamo fare noi di concreto? Noi che ci prepariamo alla vita, che scegliamo le università migliori nel mondo? E cosa può fare una scuola? Grazie.
Testo della trascrizione

*** Il Santo Padre ha visitato oggi pomeriggio la Chiesa della parrocchia san Giulio nel quartiere Monteverde di Roma dove ha confessato diverse persone, incontrato membri della comunità e presieduto l'Eucaristia. 
-Incontro con i malati e gli anziani
-Incontro con i ragazzi
-Incontro con il gruppo del presepe vivente
-Incontro con gli sposi novelli
-Incontro con i volontari della Caritas
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Lunedì 8 aprile 2019

*** Promulgazione di Decreti della Congregazione delle Cause dei Santi

Il 6 aprile 2019, il Santo Padre Francesco ha ricevuto in udienza Sua Eminenza Reverendissima il Signor Cardinale Angelo Becciu, Prefetto della Congregazione delle Cause dei Santi. Durante l’Udienza, il Sommo Pontefice ha autorizzato la medesima Congregazione a promulgare i Decreti riguardanti:
- il miracolo, attribuito all’intercessione del Venerabile Servo di Dio Donizetti Tavares de Lima, Sacerdote diocesano; nato il 3 gennaio 1882 a Cássia (Brasile) e morto il 16 giugno 1961 a Tambaú (Brasile);
- le virtù eroiche del Servo di Dio Carlo Cavina, Sacerdote diocesano, Fondatore della Congregazione delle Figlie di San Francesco di Sales; nato a Castel Bolognese (Italia) il 29 agosto 1820 e morto il 15 settembre 1880 a Lugo (Italia);
- le virtù eroiche del Servo di Dio Raffaele da Sant’Elia a Pianisi (al secolo: Domenico Petruccelli), Sacerdote professo dell’Ordine dei Frati Minori Cappuccini; nato a Sant’Elia a Pianisi (Italia) il 14 dicembre 1816 e ivi morto il 6 gennaio 1901;
- le virtù eroiche del Servo di Dio Damiano da Bozzano (al secolo: Pio Giannotti), Sacerdote professo dell’Ordine dei Frati Minori Cappuccini; nato a Bozzano (Italia) il 5 novembre 1898 e morto a Recife (Brasile) il 31 maggio 1997;
- le virtù eroiche del Servo di Dio Vittorino Nymphas Arnaud Pagés (al secolo: Agostino), Fratello professo dell’Istituto dei Fratelli delle Scuole Cristiane; nato a Onzillon (Francia) il 7 settembre 1885 e morto a San Juan de Puerto Rico (Porto Rico) il 16 aprile 1966;
- le virtù eroiche della Serva di Dio Consolata Betrone (al secolo: Pierina Lorenzina Giovanna), Monaca professa delle Clarisse Cappuccine; nata a Saluzzo (Italia) il 6 aprile 1903 e morta a Moriondo (Italia) il 18 luglio 1946;
- le virtù eroiche del Servo di Dio Nelson Santana, Laico; nato a Ibitinga (Brasile) il 31 luglio 1955 e morto ad Araraquara (Brasile) il 24 dicembre 1964;
- le virtù eroiche della Serva di Dio Gaetana Tolomeo, chiamata “Nuccia”, Laica; nata a Catanzaro (Italia) il 10 aprile 1936 e ivi morta il 24 gennaio 1997.
 
Martedì 9 aprile 2019
*** Norme Complementari alla Costituzione Apostolica “Anglicanorum coetibus” della Congregazione per la Dottrina della Fede
Italiano - Inglese
Dipendenza dalla Santa Sede
Articolo 1
Ciascun Ordinariato dipende dalla Congregazione per la Dottrina della Fede e mantiene stretti rapporti con gli altri Dicasteri Romani a seconda della loro competenza.
Rapporti con le Conferenze Episcopali e i Vescovi diocesani
Testo
*** Ritiro spirituale per la pace dei leader del Sud Sudan accompagnati da Papa Francesco e dall'Arcivescovo Justin Welby
Dichiarazione del Direttore “ad interim” della Sala Stampa della Santa Sede, Alessandro Gisotti
Il Santo Padre Francesco ha approvato la proposta presentata dall’Arcivescovo di Canterbury, Sua Grazia Justin Welby, di organizzare un ritiro spirituale che avrà luogo in Vaticano, presso la Domus Sanctae Marthae, il 10 e l’11 aprile corrente, con la partecipazione delle massime Autorità civili ed ecclesiastiche del Sud Sudan.
Da parte delle Autorità civili, prenderanno parte all’evento i membri della Presidenza della Repubblica del Sud Sudan, che ai sensi del Revitalised Agreement on the Resolution of Conflict in South Sudan assumeranno alti incarichi di responsabilità nazionali il 12 maggio prossimo: il Sig. Salva Kiir Mayardit, Presidente della Repubblica, nonché quattro dei cinque Vicepresidenti designati: il Sig. Riek Machar Teny Dhurgon, il Sig. Mr. James Wani Igga, il Sig. Taban Deng Gai e la Sig.ra Rebecca Nyandeng De Mabior.
[Text: Italiano, English, Español, Français]
** Messa a Santa Marta. Non cedere al fallimento 
È possibile preferire il «fallimento», la «desolazione» o la «stanchezza» alla «guarigione», alla «consolazione» e alla «speranza»? Può sembrare strano, ma è quello che spesso accade nella vita del cristiano che si lascia andare al lamento e all’«insoddisfazione». E questa è una vera e propria «malattia» spirituale, come ha sottolineato Francesco durante l’omelia della messa celebrata a Santa Marta la mattina di martedì 9 aprile.
L'Osservatore Romano 
Mercoledì 10 aprile 2019
*** Nomine
*** L'Udienza generale di Papa Francesco: 
- "Nessuno di noi ama Dio quanto Lui ha amato noi. Basta mettersi davanti a un crocifisso per cogliere la sproporzione" 
Cari fratelli e sorelle, buongiorno! La giornata non è tanto bella, ma buongiorno lo stesso!
Dopo aver chiesto a Dio il pane di ogni giorno, la preghiera del “Padre nostro” entra nel campo delle nostre relazioni con gli altri. E Gesù ci insegna a chiedere al Padre: «Rimetti a noi i nostri debiti, come noi li rimettiamo ai nostri debitori» (Mt 6,12). Come abbiamo bisogno del pane, così abbiamo bisogno del perdono. E questo, ogni giorno.

Il cristiano che prega chiede anzitutto a Dio che vengano rimessi i suoi debiti, cioè i suoi peccati, le cose brutte che fa. Questa è la prima verità di ogni preghiera: fossimo anche persone perfette, fossimo anche dei santi cristallini che non deflettono mai da una vita di bene, restiamo sempre dei figli che al Padre devono tutto. L’atteggiamento più pericoloso di ogni vita cristiana qual è? E’ l’orgoglio. È l’atteggiamento di chi si pone davanti a Dio pensando di avere sempre i conti in ordine con Lui: l’orgoglioso crede che ha tutto al suo posto. Come quel fariseo della parabola, che nel tempio pensa di pregare ma in realtà loda sé stesso davanti a Dio: “Ti ringrazio, Signore, perché io non sono come gli altri”. E la gente che si sente perfetta, la gente che critica gli altri, è gente orgogliosa. Nessuno di noi è perfetto, nessuno. Al contrario il pubblicano, che era dietro, nel tempio, un peccatore disprezzato da tutti, si ferma sulla soglia del tempio, e non si sente degno di entrare, e si affida alla misericordia di Dio. E Gesù commenta: «Questi, a differenza dell’altro, tornò a casa sua giustificato» (Lc 18,14), cioè perdonato, salvato. Perché? Perché non era orgoglioso, perché riconosceva i suoi limiti e i suoi peccati.Testo
*** Catechesi di Papa Francesco. Sintesi e saluti in diverse lingue: “Rimetti a noi i nostri debiti” (Brano biblico: Dalla Prima Lettera di San Giovanni Apostolo, 1, 8-9)
Francese - Ore: 9.44 

Speaker: Frères et soeurs, de même que nous avons besoin de pain, nous avons besoin de pardon. Tel est le sens de cette parole du Notre Père que nous approfondissons aujourd’hui : « Pardonne-nous nos offenses… ». Toute prière suppose la conscience de cette vérité première que nous sommes des fils et que nous devons tout à notre Père, attitude contraire au sentiment d’orgueil de celui qui croit être meilleur que les autres, en règle avec Dieu.
[Text: Français, English, Español, Português]

*** Briefing del Direttore “ad interim” della Sala Stampa della Santa Sede, Alessandro Gisotti, sulla XXIX Riunione dei Cardinali Consiglieri con il Santo Padre FrancescoAlle ore 13 di oggi, il Direttore “ad interim” della Sala Stampa, Alessandro Gisotti, ha tenuto un briefing sulla XXIX riunione dei Cardinali Consiglieri con il Santo Padre Francesco.
Il Consiglio di Cardinali si è riunito per tre giorni: lunedì 8, martedì 9 e mercoledì 10 aprile. Erano presenti gli Em.mi Cardinali: Card. Pietro Parolin, Card. Óscar Andrés Rodríguez Maradiaga, S.D.B., Card. Reinhard Marx, Card. Seán Patrick O’Malley, O.F.M. Cap., Card. Giuseppe Bertello e Card. Oswald Gracias. Presenti inoltre il Segretario del Consiglio, S.E. Mons. Marcello Semeraro, e il Segretario Aggiunto, S.E. Mons. Marco Mellino.
Sala stampa della Santa Sede
 
Giovedì 11 aprile 2019
*** Udienza ai Partecipanti alla Conferenza Internazionale sulla Tratta di Persone. Discorso del Santo Padre:
- "La tratta deturpa l’umanità della vittima, offendendo la sua libertà e dignità ...  disumanizza chi la compie ... danneggia gravemente l’umanità nel suo insieme, lacerando la famiglia umana e il Corpo di Cristo"
Alle ore 12 di oggi, nell’Aula Nuova del Sinodo in Vaticano, il Santo Padre Francesco ha ricevuto in Udienza i partecipanti alla Conferenza Internazionale sulla Tratta di Persone, organizzata dalla Sezione Migranti e Rifugiati del Dicastero per il Servizio dello Sviluppo Umano Integrale (8-11 aprile, Fraterna Domus Sacrofano), in occasione della sessione conclusiva dei lavori. Pubblichiamo di seguito il discorso che il Papa ha rivolto ai presenti nel corso dell’Udienza:
Discorso del Santo Padre
Cari fratelli e sorelle, buongiorno!
Sono lieto di incontrarvi al termine del vostro convegno dedicato alla attuazione degli Orientamenti Pastorali sulla Tratta di Persone, pubblicati dalla Sezione Migranti e Rifugiati del Dicastero per il Servizio dello Sviluppo Umano Integrale, e da me approvati. Ringrazio P. Michael Czerny per le parole rivoltemi a nome di tutti i partecipanti.
Testo
*** Ritiro Spirituale per le Autorità Civili ed Ecclesiastiche del Sud Sudan. Discorso del Santo Padre:
- "Auspico di cuore che definitivamente cessino le ostilità, che l’armistizio sia rispettato, che le divisioni politiche ed etniche siano superate e che la pace sia duratura, per il bene comune di tutti i cittadini che sognano di cominciare a costruire la Nazione"
Alle ore 17 di questo pomeriggio, presso la Domus Sanctae Marthae in Vaticano, ha avuto luogo il momento conclusivo del Ritiro Spirituale con la partecipazione delle Autorità Civili ed Ecclesiastiche del Sud Sudan, che ha avuto inizio ieri, organizzato di comune accordo tra la Segreteria di Stato e l’Ufficio dell’Arcivescovo di Canterbury Sua Grazia Justin Welby.
Dopo il discorso, il Santo Padre ha baciato i piedi al Presidente e ai Vice Presidenti designati del Sud Sudan, un segno straordinario per invocare l’impegno dei leader sud sudanesi per la pace.
Successivamente, è stata consegnata ai partecipanti una Bibbia firmata dal Santo Padre Francesco, da Sua Grazia Justin Welby e dal Rev.do John Chalmers, già Moderatore della Chiesa Presbiteriana di Scozia, con il messaggio: “Ricerca ciò che unisce. Supera ciò che divide”. Quindi ai Leader del Sud Sudan, che hanno preso il comune impegno per la pace, è stata impartita la benedizione.
Pubblichiamo di seguito il discorso che il Santo Padre ha pronunciato a conclusione del Ritiro:
[Text: Italiano, English]
Venerdì 12 aprile 2019
*** Udienze
*** Discurso del Santo Padre Francisco a los miembros de la Archicofradía de la Virgen de la Cinta de Tortosa, España
Queridos Cofrades y devotos de la Virgen de la Cinta:
Me alegro de recibirlos aquí con motivo del cuarto centenario de la fundación de esa asociación de fieles consagrada al culto de nuestra Madre. Saludo a Mons. Enrique Benavent, obispo de Tortosa, y a la señora Meritxell Roigé, alcaldesa de la ciudad, que los acompañan en esta peregrinación.
La cofradía de Nuestra Señora de la Cinta ha estado desde su comienzo vinculada al sucesor de Pedro. Pocos meses después de la constitución de la hermandad, aprobada por el obispo de esa ciudad, Luis de Tena, quisieron que fuese confirmada por el papa Pablo V. Y ahora, con esta peregrinación a la tumba de Pedro, desean renovar ese vínculo de comunión.
Este gesto de adhesión no es algo del pasado que suscita solo un mero interés histórico, sino que mantiene viva su actualidad. Ustedes se llaman hermanos, cofrades, y de esa manera ponen de manifiesto la realidad fundamental de nuestras vidas, que todos somos hijos de Dios. Etimológicamente, cofradía significa «unión de hermanos».
 
Testo
*** Udienza del Pontefice a una confraternita mariana spagnola. Fermento di solidarietà tra gli emarginati
L'Osservatore Romano 
*** Comunicato della Sala Stampa della Santa Sede: Papa Francesco, nel quadro dei “Venerdì della Misericordia”, visita il “Villaggio Emanuele” nella periferia nord di Roma
Sala stampa della Santa Sede

*** Comunicato del Dicastero per il Servizio dello Sviluppo Umano Integrale 
Aiuti del Santo Padre alle popolazioni colpite dalle alluvioni in Iran
Dicastero per il Servizio dello Sviluppo Umano Integrale 

Sabato 13 aprile 2019
*** Udienze, Rinunce e Nomine. Avviso di Conferenza stampa
*** Udienza di Papa Francesco agli Studenti del Liceo Classico Statale “Ennio Quirino Visconti” di Roma in occasione dell’Anno Giubilare Aloisiano
- "Non abbiate paura del silenzio, di stare da soli ... Liberatevi dalla dipendenza dal telefonino! ... Solo nel silenzio interiore si può cogliere la voce della coscienza e distinguerla dalle voci dell’egoismo e dell’edonismo"
Alle ore 11.45 di questa mattina, nell’Aula Paolo VI, il Santo Padre Francesco ha ricevuto in Udienza gli studenti del Liceo Classico Statale “Ennio Quirino Visconti” di Roma, in occasione dell’Anno Giubilare Aloisiano.
Discorso del Santo Padre
Cari ragazzi e ragazze, buongiorno!
Sono contento di accogliervi insieme ai vostri docenti, alle vostre famiglie e a tanti amici coinvolti nelle iniziative di solidarietà che rendono completo il vostro percorso educativo. Vi saluto tutti con affetto e ringrazio la Signora Preside per le sue parole. (...)
Testo
*** Udienza  di Papa francesco all’Associazione Italiana per la Donazione di Organi, Tessuti e Cellule (AIDO)
- "E' importante mantenere la donazione degli organi come atto gratuito non retribuito"
Alle ore 11 di questa mattina, nella Sala Clementina del Palazzo Apostolico, il Santo Padre Francesco ha ricevuto in Udienza i volontari dell'Associazione italiana per la Donazione di Organi, Tessuti e Cellule (AIDO). Dopo l’indirizzo di saluto della Dott.ssa Flavia Petrin, Presidente dell’AIDO, il Papa rivolge ai presenti il discorso che pubblichiamo di seguito:
Discorso del Santo Padre
Cari fratelli e sorelle, buongiorno!
Sono lieto di accogliere tutti voi, volontari dell’Associazione Italiana Donatori di Organi (AIDO), qui convenuti in rappresentanza di migliaia di persone che hanno scelto di testimoniare e diffondere i valori della condivisione e della donazione, senza nulla chiedere in cambio. Vi saluto tutti cordialmente e ringrazio la vostra Presidente, Dr.ssa Flavia Petrin, per le parole con le quali ha introdotto questo incontro.
Testo
Tweet della settimana
- "In questo tempo di #Quaresima siamo invitati a guardare anche verso l’altro con la carità, che libera dalla vanità dell’avere, dal pensare che le cose vanno bene se vanno bene a me." (domenica 7 apile 2019)
"Il digiuno quaresimale ci libera dagli attaccamenti alle cose, dalla mondanità che anestetizza il cuore. #Quaresima" (lunedì 8 aprile 2019) 
- "Il Signore ci dia sempre la speranza del futuro e la forza di andare avanti. #SantaMarta" (martedì 9 aprile 2019)
- "Fare elemosina ci aiuta a uscire dalla stoltezza di vivere e accumulare tutto per noi stessi, nell’illusione di assicurarci un futuro che non ci appartiene. #Quaresima" (mercoledì 10 aprile 2019)
 - "Gesù dalla croce ci insegna il coraggio forte della rinuncia. Perché carichi di pesi ingombranti non andremo mai avanti." (giovedì 11 aprile 2019)
- "Digiunare è anche cambiare il nostro atteggiamento verso gli altri e le creature: dalla tentazione di “divorare” tutto per saziare la nostra ingordigia, alla capacità di soffrire per amore. #Quaresima" (venerdì 12 aprile 2019)
-  "Se con le nostre fragilità ritorniamo al Signore, se prendiamo la via dell’amore, abbracceremo la vita che non tramonta. E saremo nella gioia. #Quaresima" (sabato 13 aprile 2019)

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          تحالف السعودية والإمارات يدمر ليبيا بأيدي حفتر      Comment   Translate Page      

في زيارة دارت حولها العديد من علامات الاستفهام، يطير الجنرال المتقاعد قائد المجموعات العسكرية في ليبيا، المدعوم من الإمارات ومصر والسعودية، خليفة حفتر، إلى الرياض في 27 آذار/مارس الماضي، ودون تفاصيل يلتقي كلًا من الملك وولي العهد ومسؤولين سعوديين آخرين، ويعود لبنغازي.

يضع دور السعودية في التمويل إضافة إلى الدور الإماراتي في تقديم السلاح والطائرات الحربية حفتر على رأس قائمة تدمير ليبيا

تبدو زيارة عادية تثار حولها بعض الشكوك، لكن ما تلاها من أحداث كان مفاجئًا، وصعّد من التوقعات السلبية عن تورط المملكة في إعلان هجوم حفتر على طرابلس في 4 نيسان/إبريل الجاري، لإسقاط حكومة الوفاق بقيادة فايز السراج. غير أن صحيفة "وول ستريت جورنال" أكدت تلك التوقعات وأثبتت الشكوك، في تقرير لها مدعوم بشهادات كبار مستشاري السلطة في السعودية.

حيث أشار التقرير إلى تورط المملكة في وعد بتقديم عشرات الملايين من الدولارات للواء المتقاعد خليفة حفتر، بهدف تمويل حملته العسكرية، على العاصمة طرابلس. ويضع دور المملكة في التمويل إضافة إلى الدور الإماراتي في تقديم السلاح والطائرات الحربية للمجموعات المسلحة التي يقودها حفتر- الجنرال الليبي كمندوب وفيّ للتحالف السعودي الإماراتي- مستقبل ليبيا في خطر المجهول، يشبه ما يحدث في اليمن من دمار وفوضى وفقر، وهو ما تستعرضه بعض التقارير الأممية والتصريحات ومقاطع فيديو، حول المخاوف من انتشار الأمراض والأوبئة في طرابلس، وهجرة نحو 8 آلاف مواطن للعاصمة، وأسر أطفال محاربين قام حفتر بتجنيدهم ضمن التشكيلات العسكرية.

اقرأ/ي أيضًا: ماذا يريد حفتر من حملته العسكرية على طرابلس؟

الدور السعودي والإماراتي

نقل التقرير الذي أعدته "وول ستريت جورنال" عن مصادر سعودية ما يفيد بوجود وعد سعودي لحفتر بعشرات الملايين من الدولارات للقيام بحملته العسكرية، مؤكدة توقعات عديدة سابقة، بخصوص وجود علاقة بين زيارة حفتر للسعودية والحملة العسكرية التي بدأها. ويمثل هجوم قوات حفتر على طرابلس، أحد الأزمات المتكررة في ليبيا التي تعيش حالة فوضى منذ الإطاحة بالزعيم السابق معمر القذافي، لكن المثير أن يكون الهجوم على طرابلس مدفوعًا بمطامع سعودية وإماراتية عديدة.

ووعد المسؤولون في المملكة، بتقديم عشرات الملايين من الدولارات من أجل تمويل حملة حفتر العسكرية على العاصمة الليبية، على أن تستخدم تلك الأموال، في شراء ولاء بعض زعماء القبائل في ليبيا، وتجنيد المقاتلين، وأغراض أخرى، والتقى حفتر الذي قبل العرض وفقًا للصحيفة، بالملك سلمان بن عبد العزيز ونجله ولي العهد محمد بن سلمان بالإضافة إلى وزير الداخلية السعودي ورئيس جهاز الاستخبارات السعودية.

 ونقلت الصحيفة تصريحات من مسؤولين سعوديين، لم تكشف عن هويتهم، تفيد بأن الدعم لحفتر كان بارزًا، مؤكدين أننا "كنا كرماء للغاية" في إشارة لضخامة الدعم المالي، الذي تم قبل إعلان حفتر عن الحملة العسكرية ضد طرابلس. ووفقًا للصحيفة فإن الحكومة السعودية والمكتب الإعلامي لحفتر لم يردا على طلب للتعليق على المعلومات المتعلقة بتقديم الرياض تمويلًا "سخيًا".

ليست السعودية وحدها، من تورط بتمويل حملة حفتر، فهناك الدور الإماراتي أيضًا. ووفقًا لتقرير أممي سابق فإن الإمارات متورطة بانتهاك حظر الأسلحة المفروض على ليبيا وتقديم مروحيات قتالية وطائرات حربية لقوات الجنرال المثير للجدل. حيث أشار التقرير لتقديم أبوظبي الدعم المادي والدعم المباشر لمجموعات حفتر العسكرية التي يطلق عليها "الجيش الوطني الليبي"، وتضم الأسلحة التي أرسلت مروحيات قتالية وطائرات حربية بالرغم من حظر تصدير الأسلحة إلى ليبيا.

لقد بدا هذه الدعم، وكأنه بحاجة إلى تأييد دول عربية وغربية مثل مصر وروسيا وكذلك فرنسا، التي زارها وفد يضم بين صفوفه صدام نجل خليفة حفتر، عقب بداية إعلان الهجوم على طرابلس، ووفقًا لصحيفة "لا ريبوبليكا" الإيطالية فإن الزيارة كانت بهدف الحصول على موافقة الإليزيه على الهجوم على طرابلس، وقالت الصحيفة إنها تتبعت مسار الطائرة التي سافر من خلالها الوفد، ثم حصلت وفي وقت لاحق على تأكيدات من مصدر دبلوماسي في الإليزيه، لم تكشف عن هويته.

خوف من مصير اليمن

تشبه الأزمات التي بدأت تلوح في الأفق في طرابلس، بداية الأوضاع الكارثية في اليمن، التي سببها الصراع بين تحالف السعودية والإمارات من جهة، وقوات الحوثيين من جهة أخرى، منذ عدة سنوات. ولعل أبرز الكوارث المخيفة التي تحوم حول طرابلس حاليًا، تتركز في ثلاثة أزمات، هي الأمراض وفرار المدنيين وتجنيد الأطفال، إضافة إلى أزمات أخرى تتزايد في خضم الاشتباكات منها الفوضى وعدم الاستقرار والأوضاع المعيشية السيئة.

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أزمة الأمراض

 أبدت منظمة الصحة العالمية تخوفها من انتشار الأمراض المعدية في المناطق التي تشهد معارك حربية في ليبيا، بسبب شح المياه النظيفة وسوء شبكات الصرف الصحي وفرار السكان من القتال الدائر بالقرب من طرابلس.

وتخشى المنظمة من انتشار أخطار الإصابة بالسل والحصبة والإسهال بين المواطنين وبخاصة النازحين منهم.

فيما حذرت المنظمة من نقص الإمدادات الطارئة في المستشفيات والمنشآت الصحية والتي لن تكفي إلا لأسبوعين فقط، وطالبت عدة دول بهدنة إنسانية غير أن حفتر لم يعلن أي موافقة عليها.

فرار المدنيين

في سياق آخر، أعلنت منظمة الصحة العالمية، مقتل 121 شخصًا وإصابة 600 آخرين، منهم 7 مدنيين قتلوا و10 أصيبوا خلال الأحداث التي شهدتها العاصمة طرابلس في الأيام الماضية.

وأعلنت الأمم المتحدة الجمعة أن أكثر من 8 آلاف شخص فروا من القتال الدائر حول العاصمة الليبية، وقال المتحدث باسم الأمم المتحدة ريال لوبلان إن "حركة النزوح من المناطق التي تأثرت بالاشتباكات في محيط طرابلس في ازدياد".

وعد المسؤولون السعوديون، بتقديم عشرات الملايين من الدولارات من أجل تمويل حملة حفتر العسكرية على العاصمة الليبية، على أن تستخدم تلك الأموال، في شراء ولاء بعض زعماء القبائل في ليبيا، وتجنيد المقاتلين

تجنيد الأطفال

 ثالث الأزمات التي تطرأ على طرابلس التي تكاد تتطابق مع الأزمات التي تواجهها مناطق يمنية عديدة، هي أزمة تجنيد الأطفال الذين يقوم طرفا الصراع ومنهم تابعون لتحالف السعودية والإمارات بتجنيدهم لأعمال الحروب. واتهم فايز السراج، رئيس المجلس الرئاسي لحكومة الوفاق، الثلاثاء، اللواء المتقاعد خليفة حفتر بتجنيد الأطفال والزج بهم في الحرب، بعد أن نشرت المجموعة العسكرية قوة حماية طرابلس على صفحتها في فيس بوك صورًا ومقاطع فيديو لأسرى من الأطفال قالت إنهم من قوات حفتر.

 

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يهدد دور السعودية في التمويل إضافة إلى الدور الإماراتي في تقديم السلاح والطائرات الحربية للمجموعات المسلحة التي يقودها حفتر مستقبل ليبيا وينذر بتحولها إلى سيناريو شبيه بالحاصل في اليمن
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