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Posted on jeudi 24 mai 2007

U.S. Working To Sabotage Iran Nuke Program

May 23, 2007

(CBS) This article was written by Sheila MacVicar and Ashley Velie with Amy Guttman.

CBS News has learned that Iran is continuing to make progress on its expanded efforts to enrich uranium — in spite of covert efforts by U.S. and other allied intelligence agencies to actively sabotage the country’s nuclear program.

« Industrial sabotage is a way to stop the program, without military action, without fingerprints on the operation, and really, it is ideal, if it works, » says Mark Fitzpatrick, the former Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Non-Proliferation and now Senior Fellow in Non-Proliferation at the International Institute for Strategic Studies.


Sittingbull @ 20:32
Filed under: De la guerre et de la paix andIslamisme et RATP/ROP
Amnesty: une ONG suspecte

Posted on jeudi 24 mai 2007

For many journalists, diplomats, and political activists, Amnesty International is considered to be a highly reliable and objective source of information and analysis on human rights around the world. But the halo that surrounds its reports and campaigns is beginning to fray, as the evidence of political bias and inaccuracy mounts.

Recently, the Economist, published in Britain, noted that « an organisation which devotes more pages in its annual report to human-rights abuses in Britain and America than those in Belarus and Saudi Arabia cannot expect to escape doubters’ scrutiny. » Other critics, including law professor at Harvard, Alan Dershowitz, and the U.S.-based Capital Research Center, have been more pointed, providing evidence of Amnesty’s systematic bias and reports based largely on claims by carefully selected « eyewitnesses » in Colombia, Gaza, and Lebanon.

As Amnesty releases its annual report on human rights for 2006, amid highly choreographed public relations events, and repeating the familiar condemnations of Israel and America, NGO Monitor has also published a report on Amnesty’s activities in the Middle East. The result is not a pretty picture for those clinging to the « halo effect. »

Using a detailed and sophisticated qualitative model for comparing relative resources devoted to the different countries, this report clearly shows that in 2006, Amnesty singled out Israel for condemnation of human rights to a far greater extent than Iran, Sudan, Saudi Arabia, Libya, Syria, Egypt, and other chronic abusers of human rights.

During the year, Amnesty issued 48 publications critical of Israel, compared to 35 for Iran, 2 for Saudi Arabia, and only 7 for Syria. Many of the attacks directed at Israel took place during the war with Hezbollah, but this terror group and state-within-a-state also got relatively little attention from Amnesty.

Furthermore, as Amnesty has almost no professional researchers, many of the « factual » claims in these reports were provided by « eyewitnesses, » whose political affiliations and credibility can be only guessed. And the language used in these reports also reflects an obsessive and unjustified singling out of Israel, with frequent use of terms such « disproportionate attacks, » « war crimes, » and « violations of international humanitarian law. »

Sittingbull @ 19:57
Filed under: Bobologie et dhimmitude andInfidélophobie andPosts in English
Nominations et cumul des mandats: Sarko plus archéo que… Jospin!

Posted on jeudi 24 mai 2007

Alors que son dynamisme et son approche résolument moderne (comme en témoigne son gouvernement d’ouverture: 4 ministres ou secrétaires d’Etat issus de la gauche ou du centre et la parité) lui valent, état de grace aidant, des sondages à 70% d’avis favorables, un certain nombre de clignotants sont néanmoins déjà allumés concernant la présidence de Nicolas Sarkozy.


Admini @ 15:50
Filed under: Législatives 2007 andPrésidentielle française 2007
J’émigre pour recevoir mes 6000 euros

Posted on jeudi 24 mai 2007


France to Pay Immigrants to Return Home

New French President Nicolas Sarkozy made immigration a central issue of his campaign. Now, his new minister for immigration and national identity says its time to start paying immigrants to leave the country.

France's new Immigration, Integration and National Identity Minister, Brice Hortefeux toured Charles de Gaulle airport on his first day on the job. He has said he intends to pay more immigrants to return home.



France’s new Immigration, Integration and National Identity Minister, Brice Hortefeux toured Charles de Gaulle airport on his first day on the job. He has said he intends to pay more immigrants to return home.

France is home to over 5 million immigrants — and the new conservative-led government doesn’t plan on making things any more comfortable for them. While the new regime in Paris is determined to curb illegal immigration, it is also looking to encourage legal migrants to reconsider their decision to stay in France — by paying them to go back home.New immigration minister, Brice Hortefeux, confirmed on Wednesday that the government is planning to offer incentives to more immigrants to return home voluntarily. « We must increase this measure to help voluntary return. I am very clearly committed to doing that, » Hortefeux said in an interview with RFI radio.

Under the scheme, Paris will provide each family with a nest egg of €6,000 ($8,000) for when they go back to their country of origin. A similar scheme, which was introduced in 2005 and 2006, was taken up by around 3,000 families.


Surveillance des mosquées

Posted on jeudi 24 mai 2007

Bizarement je n’ai trouvé aucune information en français sur le sujet …
Europeans back plan to profile mosques
23 May 2007

VENICE, Italy (AP) _ Security officials from Europe’s largest countries have thrown their weight behind the EU Commission’s plans to map out mosques on the continent to identify imams who preach radical Islam that raises the threat of homegrown terrorism.

The project, to be finished by the fall, will focus on the roles of imams, their training, their ability to speak in the local language and their source of funding, EU Justice and Home Affairs Commissioner Franco Frattini told a news conference.

Europe had ample experience with the  »misuse of mosques, which instead of being places of worship are used for other ends, Italian Interior Minister Guiliano Amato said Saturday. (more…)

lagrette @ 13:49
Filed under: Arabica andIslamisme et RATP/ROP andPosts in English
Les plans iraniens

Posted on jeudi 24 mai 2007


Iran is attempting to draw up plans to strike targets in Europe and has conducted reconnaissance of European nuclear power stations, a security analyst told a meeting at Britain’s parliament Tuesday.Claude Moniquet, president of the European Strategic Intelligence and Security Center, a private think-tank in Brussels, said his organization also had evidence Tehran has increased numbers of intelligence agents across Europe.

« We have serious signals that something is under preparation in Europe, » Moniquet said. « Iranian intelligence is working extremely hard to prepare its people and to prepare actions. »

The center, which he said deals directly with European intelligence agencies, believes Iranian operatives have carried out « reconnaissance of targets in European cities, including nuclear power stations, » Moniquet said. He mentioned no other specific targets. (more…)

Le Français, mauvais touriste

Posted on jeudi 24 mai 2007

 L’étude européenne Expedia réalisée par GfK a rendu son verdict le 26 avril 2007 : contre toute attente, les Français ont encore bon nombre d’efforts à fournir pour devenir des touristes modèles. Expedia.fr a permis d’interroger pas moins de 15000 hôteliers venant de 12 pays européens : des disparités flagrantes entre les touristes de tous les continents apparaissent au grand jour. En bonus : le cas français vu par les hôteliers étrangers.


Le vacancier Japonais, élu « meilleur touriste de l’année » !

Ils sont discrets, ils sont polis, ils sont respectueux des coutumes du pays dans lequel ils séjournent, et sont curieux de tout… Rien à dire, les Japonais sont les champions du savoir-voyager en Europe.

Visiteurs de rêve, ils cumulent les bons points et remportent, loin devant toutes les autres nationalités, la palme du voyageur idéal pour nos hôteliers européens avec 33 % des votes. Les vacanciers Japonais sont donc accueillis à bras ouverts par l’ensemble du corps hôtelier et représentent un véritable modèle. (more…)

lagrette @ 11:42
Filed under: Pendant ce temps-là, en France andTout à fait hors sujet
Amnesty International, ça ne vole pas haut !

Posted on jeudi 24 mai 2007

Et apres ca, ils veulent qu’on les prenne au serieux ???

amnestypoll.jpgLa page qui avait ce sondage sur le site d’Amnesty a disparu, mais pas celle-la qui fait de la pub pour la chose.

Va doucement, c’est tout bon…

Posted on jeudi 24 mai 2007



Sittingbull @ 06:49
Filed under: Législatives 2007
Cuba: « En France, ces gens devront rendre des comptes »

Posted on jeudi 24 mai 2007


Il reste de nombreux admirateurs de Fidel. Etes-vous sensible à l’argument selon lequel Castro est, malgré tout, l’homme qui a prouvé que l’on pouvait résister aux Etats-Unis?

Absolument pas. Que signifie ce «malgré tout»? Malgré quoi? Un demi-siècle de répression? Des pénuries permanentes? L’exil de 2 millions d’habitants? Des aventures guerrières, en Afrique et en Amérique latine? Il y a d’autres façons d’exister face aux Etats-Unis. Au nom de l’anti-américanisme, beaucoup ont permis n’importe quoi et appuyé la plus longue dictature du XXe siècle. Ces gens-là auront à rendre des comptes, y compris en France: Ignacio Ramonet, le directeur du Monde diplomatique, Gérard Depardieu, Danièle Mitterrand, Christian Poncelet, président du Sénat… Je ne les ai jamais entendus dénoncer la répression qui s’est abattue sur les intellectuels et les opposants à Fidel.

Sittingbull @ 06:45
Filed under: Antiaméricanisme, toujours pathologique andLIBERTÉS
En Suisse on s’y met aussi

Posted on jeudi 24 mai 2007


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