Thursday, June 9, 2011

How Safe the World is?

Over 64 billion watts of electricity has been produced in nuclear plants all over the globe in the past half century and over 440 nuclear power plants in 30 countries account for almost 16 percent of the world's total power supply.

Sunday, April 10, 2011

Confession of al-Jazeera

Since Egypt, however, Al-Jazeera’s approach has become more complicated. “They did a marvellous job in Egypt and their reporters were very courageous in getting the storyline across but when they shifted to Libya they were campaigning there,” said James Zogby, president of the Arab American Institute. “Then they ducked Bahrain. It was clear there was a politics there that was playing out.”
Al-Jazeera is funded by Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani, the emir of Qatar, and Foukara conceded that this patronage had an effect. Saudi Arabia had “a huge vested interest in Bahrain” and aggressive coverage of unrest and repression in Bahrain could have re-ignited tensions between Qatar and Saudi Arabia.
“What does it mean for the credibility of Al-Jazeera focussing so much on Libya but not on Bahrain? I think it's raising a lot of questions and it’s something that many of us feel kind of uncomfortable with because we want people to say Al-Jazeera has taken the same interest in every story.” Full Story

Friday, April 1, 2011

There's no Business like WAR Business

Lies, hypocrisy and hidden agendas. This is what United States President Barack Obama did not dwell on when explaining his Libya doctrine to America and the world. The mind boggles with so many black holes engulfing this splendid little war that is not a war (a "time-limited, scope-limited military action", as per the White House) - compounded with the inability of progressive thinking to condemn, at the same time, the ruthlessness of the Muammar Gaddafi regime and the Anglo-French-American "humanitarian" bombing. Read Full

Saturday, March 26, 2011

Organized Criminal Royal Families of the Gulf

"the ruling families of the Arab Gulf states are more like a confederation of organized crime families"

Masked Faces

@ Note difference between protesters emerging on street faces revealed in pride whilst security forces mask their faces in shame

Thursday, March 24, 2011

US Military Bases In Middle East

The vast number of US military bases all over the world are intended to insure US military, political, and economic domination. That’s why there is a huge naval base, for the US 5th fleet, in the monster-kingdom of Bahrain. Will the Navy intervene on the side of the dictator if he is threatened? There is much covert CIA support for our king-dictators in Bahrain, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, and the UAE. Last week Admiral Mullins toured all these client states to reassure them, said a Pentagon press release. Does that mean direct US intervention?

Wahhabi Cleric of Egypt Dreams of Presidency

A group of internet users have created a Facebook page supporting prominent Salafi (Wahhabi) cleric Mohamed Hassan for presidency.
The 50-year-old influential preacher had maintained an apolitical stance during ousted President Hosni Mubarak’s rule and sometimes advocated anti-Christian sentiments, especially when the regime’s relation to the Orthodox Church deteriorated. Hassan has never criticized Mubarak, arguing that it’s religiously forbidden to oppose the ruler.

Muslim Brotherhood criticized Bahrain Authorities

The Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt on Wednesday called on Bahraini authorities to listen to the demands of the people. It also criticized authorities for painting demands for political and constitutional reform as sectarian issues.
In a statement, the Brotherhood expressed its concerns about the escalation of events and the resulting casualties in Bahrain, saying this escalation "portends grave dangers."
The group called on "the people of Bahrain in all walks of life to get over their differences and to put aside feelings of tribalism, sectarianism and factionalism.”
The Brotherhood also called on the authorities to “adopt the principle of dialogue to resolve problems in a context of Islamic brotherhood, national unity and kinsmanship."
“Popular demands reflect the people’s will and officials must listen to and enforce what is in the public’s best interest," read the statement.
The group warned that turning the political unrest into sectarian issues "would ignite strife, threaten national unity, and provide a pretext for foreign interventions."

Tuesday, March 22, 2011

How Israel Fears Hizbullah

If Shebaa Farms are returned to Lebanon, Hizballah will merely take up another cause. It exists solely to advocate for and execute the destruction of Israel. This is about our existence, not Shebaa Farms. Read Full

Monday, March 21, 2011

Saudi Arabia’s Intervention In Bahrain: Necessary Evil Or Strategic Blunder? – Analysis

Saudi Arabia’s Intervention In Bahrain: Necessary Evil Or Strategic Blunder? – Analysis

1,000 Pakistanis recruited for Bahrain forces

More than 1,000 Pakistanis have been recruited to serve in the Bahrain National Guards, learnt on Sunday.
The recruitment has been made through the military-run Bahria Foundation and Fauji Foundation, which train the selected personnel before sending them to Bahrain.
“We have been asked to recruit 850 people and 150 to 200 others will be inducted through Fauji Foundation,” he said.
“We have facilitated the recruitment with a view to providing employment to Pakistanis,” he added.
America is also following the policy of employment to Americans by invading the other countries. In Afghanistan, the American forces bombard Pakistani territory, they just do their jobs as the employees do.  

Saturday, March 19, 2011

Demolition of Bahrain Pearl Square

On Friday, authorities in Bahrain have torn down the statue at the centre of Pearl roundabout in the capital, Manama, where pro-democracy protests were held for weeks.
The concrete statue of six dhow sails holding up a pearl was demolished using drills and diggers on Friday.
On Friday Sheikh Khaled bin Ahmed al-Khalifa, Bahrain's foreign minister, said the demolition of the statue was an effort to erase "bad memories".
(Bad memory? offcourse for the tyrants)
Sheikh Issa Qassim, Bahrain's most influential Shia cleric, said during Friday sermon that Gulf troops would have been better off helping Palestinians in Gaza than entering Bahrain.
The statue that was demolished comprised six sails symbolising each of the six members of the Gulf Cooperation Council, holding up a pearl, symbol of the pearl fishing heritage that was the economic mainstay of the region before the discovery of oil.
"It is a kind of psychological victory for the protesters," said Hussein Oraibi, who works in telecommunications.
"It upset them so much that people were gathering there, they had to go out of their way to pull this down and change the traffic directions." (Agencies)
The protesters had already renamed this 'Pearl Square' to "Martyr's Square."

Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Still They are the Friends of the Arabs

In the UN Security Council, Washington has exercised its veto 41 times in the Council to shield Israel from condemnation for its actions in the occupied Palestinian territories or Lebanon".

Saudi Arabia is in Safe Hands?

Saudi King, Abdullah is half-comatosed and the Crown Prince, Sultan bin Abdul Aziz has Alzheimer and is not permitted to speak in public anymore.  Now, Saudi Arabia is in safe hands of United State of America.

Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Mad What?

When Qadhdhafi killed his own people the West and its biased media called him 'Mad Dog'.
So, what they should call to the ruler of Bahrain for killing his country men?
'Mad Swine'......??

America's "New World disOrder"

Every single day in the Middle East is a bad day for America and its allies.
George W Bush, the stupidest president in the democratic world history had coined the phrase "New World Order"  which has now become a joke.
Nothing is going in their favour, on the International arena and as well as in the domestic setup.
Wikileaks was a huge blow on the hypocritic face of United State's foreign policy followed by uprising in the Arab countries. The Arabs have called Enough is Enough and have ejected the stooges of America one by one, and, the process is on.
The once supposed to be powerful Israel is in panic. The countdown for the puppet regimes supported by US has begun.
Japan, one of the staunchest ally of US has suffered by the hands of the mother nature.
Now the time has come for strategic partners of this so-called world power to rethink on their foreign policies and be independent in their thoughts and dealings with the Middle Eastern countries.
The time as changed. There is no more the 'New World Order' for America.
It is now a complete disORDER for its planning and policies. Bullying to the developing and weak nations is coming to an end.

Monday, March 14, 2011

World Record in Captivity Time

”More than 750,000 Palestinians have passed through the Israeli prisons, and at least 6,000 remain there in captivity,” Hamdan said in a press statement to promote the conference due for Friday and Saturday. ”The Palestinian captives have broken world records in captivity time.” Read Full

Simple Calculation of Enmity and Friendship

A famous proverb goes:
A Friend of a Friend = Friend
A Friend of an Enemy = Enemy
An Enemy of an Enemy = Friend

The Friend of Israel = Enemy of Palestinians
The Enemy of Israel = Friend of Palestinians

America, Friend of Israel = Enemy of Palestinians
Saudia, Friend of America = Enemy of Palestinians

The Enemy of Palestinians = Enemy of Arabs and Muslims
The Friends of Palestinians = Friends of Arabs and Muslims

Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Natural Gas Mubarak to Israel

Gamal and Alaa Mubarak, the two sons of former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, received hundreds of millions of dollars in "commissions" from the sale of Egyptian natural gas to Israel, the Kuwaiti newspaper Al-Jarida reported yesterday. 
Egypt supplied about 40% of Israel's natural gas, which is used to produce about 20% of Israel's electricity. While, the Gazans live in the darkness and under siege.

Humiliation for Oil

By the Egyptian uprising, America was humiliated as it was by Tunisian revolution.
America was humiliated more in Libya as it had normalised its relation with the dictator Qaddafi few years back.
Now, America is all geared up to be humiliated in Yemen, Bahrain and Saudi Arabia by the people's protests, determined to overthrow its friends, the tyrants, the despots and the dictators.
Already, the Pakistanis are humiliating it after holding its citizen, Davis who shot to death two youths recently, even the judiciary has refused to bail him out.
Already, being humiliated in Afghanistan being unable to capture one old and sick man Osama bin Laden.
The series of humiliation will continue till the American people themselves rise up against the Zionist-backed Oppressive World Order.
Why these humiliations? Is it just for O I L or .......

Anti-Democratic Belief

The Mufti's facial expression speaks all.

Saudi Arabia, the country's senior Wahhabi clerics have censured the pro-democracy demonstrations “as un-Islamic.”  Saudi Mufti has spoken: protests, demonstrations, complaints, and petitions are religiously impermissible. Full Story

Monday, March 7, 2011

Ways of the Tyrants

Protesters stormed inside at least six of the buildings, including the agency's main headquarters in Cairo's northern Nasr City neighborhood, confronting officers face-to-face and attacking some in a surreal reversal of roles.
"We are inside, hundreds of us," Mohammed Abdel-Fattah, one of the protesters who barged into the Nasr City compound on Saturday, said in a telephone interview. "We are fetching documents and we are looking for detainees."
Cries of "Allahu akbar," or "God is great," could be heard in the background, as one of the protesters found a file with Mubarak's name on it.
Around 2,500 people swept into the compound, according to the state news agency.
Abdel-Fattah said they barged in from the back doors, and the military, which had cordoned off the building, couldn't stop them. They scoured the building for official documents, many of which were already shredded in huge piles in what they believe was an attempt to hide evidence incriminating senior officials in abuses.
Some also searched the building for secret detention rooms. Others prayed in the compound's mosque.....Read Complete story

Sunday, March 6, 2011

The Gaza Siege

As a result of the Gaza Siege by Zionist: 
- 80% of the Gazan population is dependent on international aid.
- 61% of the population is food insecure.
- The unemployment rate is approximately 39%, one of the highest in the world.
- Power outages usually last 4-6 hours a day and often longer.
- 60% of the population receives running water only once every 4 or 5 days, for 6-8 hours.
- 50 to 80 million liters of untreated or partially treated sewage are released into the sea every day.
- Approximately 90% of water supplied to Gaza residents is not suitable for drinking and is contaminated with salt and nitrates.
- 78% of homes with major damages from Operation Cast Lead have not been rebuilt.
(Source: Amnesty International USA Web Log, 11/29/10)

Friday, March 4, 2011

Arab Uprising: Israel the Biggest Loser

Regionally, Israel is the biggest loser. It has put all its eggs into the basket of Arab dictators and autocrats, like Egypt's deposed Hosni Mubarak. Israel fought tooth and nail to support Mr Mubarak, who played a key role in tightening the siege of Gaza and the noose around Hamas's neck.
Time and again, the Israeli political class has proven to be its own worst enemy. Israel lost Iran 40 years ago because it put all its eggs in the Shah's basket. It has just lost Turkey over the killing of nine activists on board a Gaza-bound Turkish aid ship.
And now Israel is likely to lose Egypt, a critical and pivotal neighbour whose Camp David peace agreement in the late 1970s consolidated Israel's superiority in the region and undermined the official Arab state system.
Regardless of what governments emerge out of the rubble of political authoritarianism in the Arab world, they will have assertive foreign policies that challenge Israel's hegemony and further colonisation of Palestinian lands.
Meanwhile, the leadership of the Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas, has lost all credibility in the eyes of the people there. The leaked negotiation documents obtained by al-Jazeera - offering wide-ranging concessions to the Israeli side - were the final nail in the PA's coffin.
Resistance-based movements like Hamas and Hezbollah have gained more popularity at the expense of Abbas's Palestinian Authority; they will emerge as major winners of the social turmoil unless Israel takes concrete steps to sign a peace settlement and withdraw from occupied Arab territories.
So Israel has become a military fortress. The best way for Israel to address its security dilemma is to accept a two-state solution as suggested by the international community - including its long-time ally, the US. full story

Bahrain Pearl Square: No Room for Division

Slogans by the Bahraini Protesters.
We’re all Brothers- Sunnis and Shias, This Country is not for Sale-
Not Sunni, Not Shia, Only Bahraini
Not Sunni, Not Shia, only Bahraini Unity!
Not Sunni, not Shia, Our Demand are Legitimate

Slogans sound better in Arabic as they all rhyme but the message is clear:
"There is no room for sectarianism."
All the slogans, posters, banners and chants reaffirm this fact and the reality on the ground at LuLu roundabout and demonstrations testify to that.
So, O the Western Media! The task for you to divide through your propaganda on sectarian line has become very tough.

Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Fear Grips Israel

Mere passing of the two vessels, Alvand, a patrol frigate and Kharg, a supply ship of Iran through Suez Canal has made Israel shiver after the upheaval in the Middle East.
Israel took a "grave view" of the passage of the Iranian ships at this turbulent time in its neighbour.
The fall of the puppet dictators of Tunisia and Egypt has shaken the Zionist regime and completely left her exposed. Israel has never been such insecure after the 1967 war.

Martyrdom, a Joke

Martyrdom is such a status that even the "Dictators and Tyrants" aspire to achieve it if you believe them.
The Libyan dictator, Qadhdhafi said: "I will not leave Libya, I will die as a martyr." ha ha ha.

The Jittery US

The year 2011 is not a good beginning for the US and the Europe alike. The uprising in the Arab countries has left them jittery:
They fear the impact on oil field in Libya.
They fear the impact on peace treaty of Egypt and Israel.
They fear the impact on their military presence in Bahrain.
They fear the impact of losing loyal allies like Yemen, Tunisia, Saudia, Jordan and many countries run by the dictators and puppets.
The so-called champions of democracy are losing their ground and trying to consolidate their influence in many countries.
When the revolution begins, they support the tyrant rulers. Later, when they find the people are on the verge of victory, they verbally support the people.
They consider the masses as fools.
Soon they will know their true position after the democratic setup in these countries (if they are allowed to do so).

Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Similar Situation for Indian Muslims

For decades, we, the United States embraced corrupt and repressive autocracies across the Middle East, turning a blind eye to torture and repression in part because of fear that the "democratic rabble" might be hostile to us. Far too often, we were both myopic and just plain on the wrong side.
Here in Bahrain, we have been in bed with a minority Sunni elite that has presided over a tolerant, open and economically dynamic country — but it's an elite that is also steeped in corruption, repression and profound discrimination toward the Shiite population. If you parachute into a neighbourhood in Bahrain, you can tell at once whether it is Sunni or Shiite: If it has good roads and sewers and is well maintained, it is Sunni; otherwise, it is Shiite.
(Nicholas D Kristof, DNA, 22 Feb 2011, Page 17) 

Entire Arab World is Tunisia

New TV's reporter, Ibrahim Dsouki, wrote this on Facebook:
"علي عبد الله صالح يقول: اليمن ليست مصر وتونس.. 
القذافي يقول: ليبيا ليست مصر وتونس.. 
مبارك: مصر ليست تونس.. 
يا أغبياء: كل العالم العربي "تونس"

  • Ali Abdullah Salih says: Yemen is not Egypt or Tunisia.  
  • Qadhdhafi says: Libya is not Egypt or Tunisia. 
  • Mubarak: Egypt is not Tunisia.  
  • You fools: the entire Arab world is Tunisia.

Arab world's first Jewish Envoy to the US

Houda Nonoo, Bahrain's Ambassador to the U.S. - believed to be the Arab world's first Jewish envoy, who attends services at The Shul of the Nation's Capital at Lubavitch Center. Joining him were senior representatives of AIPAC, American Jewish Committee, B'nai B'rith International, Anti-Defamation League and other prominent members of the Washington Jewish community."
(Angry Arab)

Monday, February 21, 2011

Sanctions Against US

The 14 UN Security Council members -- China, Russia, Britain, France, Brazil, Bosnia, Colombia, Gabon, Germany, India, Lebanon, Nigeria, Portugal and South Africa -- voted in favor of the resolution on Friday. While US vetoed  a UN resolution on illegal Israeli settlements. It has isolated the US in the International Community.
The US had also cast two vetoes in 2006 when the Council tried to pass Arab-backed resolutions that demanded Israel end its military operations against the Gaza Strip.
Much of the international community opposes Israel's settlement expansions, which are labeled illegal under the international law, in the occupied West Bank and East al-Quds (Jerusalem).
In a statement on Saturday, the Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC) also slammed the US veto, saying that the US move "will only encourage Israel to continue its violations." 

Now is the time that  Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC) urgently sanctions against the trading with US by Muslim countries.

Sunday, February 20, 2011

House of Saud: Servant of Israel and America

In the 333 days of war between Israel and Lebanon, Hezbollah had defended their soil and forced the Zionist army to retreat shamefully. In this war the Muslim Ummah openely supported Hezbollah all over the world. But, Unfortunately the Saudi and Wahhabi regime worked hard against Hezbollah and tried its best that it could be defeated.
During the people's revolution in Egypt, this Najdi regime tried its best that Husni Mubarak remains in power.
Saudi gave full moral and military support to the Yemeni government to crush the uprising of the oppressed Yemenis.
This Wahhabi regime also financed the sectarian elements like al Qaida to create rift among Muslims in Iraq.
In the Bahrain uprising Saudi is playing a dirty role in helping to crush the people's protest.
Saudi Arabia was against the Palestinians and never uttered a word against the siege of Gaza by Israel.
Funded the extremists and fanatics of Pakistan to create sectarian chaos and disrespect the beliefs of other sects of Islam.
Bin Laden is the product of this same Wahhabi thoughts who do not believe in mercy, but, project an image of brutal Islam to the world.
The Talibans are the illegitimate offspring of these tyrant royal family active in Afghanistan and Pakistan, massacring innocent women and children in market place through suicide bombings.
The ruler of Saudia calls himself to be the "Khaadimul Haramayn Shareefayn" (servant of the twin Holy Shrines-Makkah and Madinah), while infact he is "Khadimul Yahood wan Nasaara" (servant of Israel and America).

Saturday, February 19, 2011

O King! See the Full Moon Now

Late in 2004, King Abdullah of Jordan coined a controversial phrase that still resonates powerfully in the Middle East: there was, he argued, a "Shia crescent" that went from Damascus to Tehran, passing through Baghdad, where a Shia-dominated government had taken power and was dictating a sectarian brand of politics that was radiating outwards from Iraq across the whole region.
The king's words were certainly prescient: the divide between Sunni and Shia Muslims looks like being one of the big themes of 2007 as both come to terms with the apparently unstoppable chaos in Iraq, the rise of Iran as a regional power, and the fear of new and catastrophic consequences if the US and/or Israel enter into armed confrontation with the Islamic republic...
Now, King Abdullah would be far too nervous that he was speculating about "Shia Crescent",while there has risen a Full Moon of the Muslims of the Arab countries.
O King! Its time to pack your bags and carefully select your country for the refugee status.

Unrest in US

Tens of thousands of public workers have gathered outside the statehouse in Wisconsin in an attempt to protest budget cuts they fear would curb their union rights.
State workers staged mass protests on Thursday to oppose the plan which curtails union rights sharply for public employees. Some families even camped out overnight in a last-ditch effort to block passage of the bill, ABC news reported on Friday.

Freedom of Speech, But, not against US

An activist protesting a speech given by Hillary Clinton on internet freedom is thrown out and arrested at George Washington University in Washington DC.
The activist, 71-year-old Ray McGovern, who is a US Army veteran and former CIA analyst, was manhandled and removed by security officers after trying to draw attention with a poster.

Friday, February 18, 2011

Coma Hospital

The dictators could not bear the life of being out of power. Last week former Egyptian president and a friend of Israel, Husni Mubarak went into coma in Sharm al Shaeikh. Yesterday, Tunisian former president Ben Ali also slipped into coma in Saudi Arabia and inshaAllah soon other despots will follow him.
Saudis should build a grand hospital in their country and put these dictators into it altogether. Mubarak should be mummified as per the Egyptian Pharaohic tradition. Saudis should make a special request to Zionists (their long time friend) to send Arial Sharon the butcher of Israel who is still in coma to this day, to be shifted to this hospital.
Later, this hospital to be converted into a Museum of the Tyrants, so that the rulers of the other countries take a lesson from it.

Thursday, February 17, 2011

Bloodier Crackdown in Bahrain

In comparison to Egypt, Tunisia, Yemen and Libya the crackdown in Bahrain will be bloodier, more killing and indefinite fatal injuries due to SHIA factor.
Aljazeerah had a presence in every country mentioned above, but, is found missing in reporting the brutality of the security forces of Bahrain.
The US and UK are trying hard to increase the hatred among the Arabs for them. The so-called champions of human rights are motivating forces for the ruling tyrant family of Bahrain. They forget that the blood of the martyrs never goes waste.

Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Bahrain on Boil

The Britain divided Arabs into many small countries, that they may rule them easily. In these Arab countries the Monarchs and Dictators were installed with two major purpose; first, that they will be puppet in their hands, second, the sufferers at the hands of these tyrant dictators will solely be the Muslims.
The conditions of these countries i.e. Tunisia, Libya, Egypt, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, UAE, Qatar, Bahrain, Oman, Kuwait, Yemen, Iraq and also Pakistan are the best examples. There is a cosmetic democracy in few of these mentioned countries.
In the case of Bahrain, even though it had a Shia majority, the Shias never enjoyed this privilege. The Shias were always discriminated. Iraq and  Bahrain were the countries where the Shias suffered most. The security in Bahrain was always very tight and brutal. The fear of secret police was always on the mind of the people. Any rebellion would be crushed with iron hand. No accountability on abuse of human rights (thousands of civilians are still missing). The British support for the security for the Bahrain King was never questioned.
The House of   Commons always passed resolutions against Iran for few spies and criminals who were convicted by Iranian government, but, the house never brought to the notice to the world the crimes of Bahraini monarch on his people. It received a hefty amount in the name of security. The Bahrainis paid with their lives. Discrimination, Injustice prevailed in Bahrain.
The greatest Injustice is that the brutal police personals are Pakistanis and Afghanis. The Palestinians, Pakistanis, Saudis and non-Shias from other countries were given free citizenship to weaken the Shia majority.
But, now the time has come that the rulers should be ready to leave as Bin Ali of Tunisia and Hosni Mubarak of Egypt have fled, and other tyrants are in waiting. Its a matter of time for their departure.

Sunday, February 13, 2011

Really! Mr.Gibbs

The White House spokesman, Robert Gibbs, noted Friday that the Iranian government had clamped down on news media coverage of the events in Egypt, and that it did not permit its own citizens to freely express their opinions. “What you’ve seen in the region is the government of Iran, quite frankly, scared of the will of its people,” Mr. Gibbs said.
Doubts remained about the fate of a separate rally in support of the uprisings, proposed by two leaders of Iran’s opposition movement, Mir Hussein Moussavi, a former prime minister, and Mehdi Karroubi, a former speaker of Parliament.

The spokesman did not see in the region that US puppet regimes, say in Saudi Arabia, UAE, Oman, Qatar, Bahrain, Kuwait, Iraq, Jordan, Morocco, Libya, and Algeria scared of the will of their people?

Friday, February 11, 2011

Ultimate Destinations of the Dictators

Former President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali of Tunisia fled to Saudi Arabia.
Gamal Mobarak is hiding in Britain.
So which country King Abdullah will flee?
Mubarak of Egypt will take asyllum in Tel Aviv?
President Ali Abdullah Saleh of Yemen may flee to Florida.
Ghaddafi of Libya may take refuge in Paris.
King of Bahrain, Khalifa bin Mohammed will take the sea route and will be captured by Somali Pirates.
Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan of Abu Dhabi (UAE) will flee to Kerala, because the Malbaris love him.
Asif Zardari, the President of Pakistan will be Mohajir to India.
President Karzai of Afghanistan will hide in Tora Bora in the company of Mulla Umar.
Those dictators who have nowhere to go can live in Bihar peacefully and can get elected in coming Lok Sabha elections.

Shoe for Mubarak

Most Important Factor in Arab politics

This now is the most important factor in Arab politics: for too long, the Arab people have been too afraid of their rulers.  Now, the rulers would be afraid of their people. (Angry Arab)

Thursday, February 10, 2011

Curse upon you, O Omar!

The newly appointed vice president of Egypt, Omar Suleiman said to Israel as leaked from Wikileaks Cable: "We want Gaza to be 'hungry' but, not starving."
Curse of Allah unto you Omar for starving to death to the children of Gaza. 

Why the Parade?

It is stupid to parade accused with their faces covered to media person. What use it is for?
The Indian police just want to exhibit their catch and show that they are on their toes and concerned of the security of the state.
But, when the court acquits the accused on lack of evidence, police cover their faces to hide their embarrassment of not doing their home work properly and not filing proper charge sheets. Interestingly, the media is absent on this occasion.  This foolish practice should be abandoned.

Egypt Protests: Jitters to Israel

Should the government of Hosni Mubarak be replaced by one not truly committed to freedom and peace, the consequences for Israel could be devastating. As Egypt struggles toward an internal balance that appeases all forces, including the Muslim Brotherhood, peace with Israel could be the price of an Egyptian compromise. And the risks are worse if the Brotherhood, an organization deeply hostile to Israel, America and the West, gets to call the shots.

Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Democracy in the Arab World

When Zionists in the US and Israel mention "democracy in the Arab world," they really mean "peace with Israel."  A country is then democratic to the extent to which it has peace with Israel, and anti-democratic if it opposes peace with Israel.  That is their (il)logic.  Thus, Anwar Sadat was a democrat at the height of his dictatorial rule. 

Tuesday, February 8, 2011

Opinion of the Israeli Intellectual Media

Although many Israeli commentators are rehearsing these fears about Islamist politics, some have questioned these reactions. "There are no religious slogans in Tahrir square, but still we look upon the Muslim Brotherhood as though it is the greatest threat," says Zvi Bar'el, veteran middle eastern affairs analyst for Haaretz newspaper. "This is how we are educated by the government and media, to see Islam as a symbol of evil."
Bar'el adds that Israelis do not register the contradiction of claiming to support democracy, but only on condition that Islamic parties such as the Palestinian Hamas or Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood are not elected. "It has no meaning if you attach these terms," he says, adding that Israel's position is: "We support democracy, as long as you keep the dictatorial regimes in place."
Dr Bachar at the IPS says that Israeli policy is based on the assumption that there are only two alternatives in the Middle East: "a dictator that can be worked with – or chaos." He cautions that Israel "needs to change the record, insert a new disc".

Friday, February 4, 2011

Worry of the West

The Europe and America not worried about Egyptian people, but, for the post revolution existence of Israel.

Thursday, February 3, 2011

Exit of Mubarak

Whatever way Mubarak exits from Egypt...but, it won't be as bad as the farewell to George Bush, the shoe of Muntazir Zaidi gave.

Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Obama to Mubarak: License to Murder the Egyptian people

As soon as I saw the defiant tone and substance of Mubarak's speech, I realized that he is not speaking for himself but for the US/Israeli sponsors.  Israel erred before the Arab people by exposing her intense panic and fear from the prospect of an Arab democracy next door.  Of course, Obama would take note and he consulted with his key adviser on the Middle East, Netanyahu.  I just read the speech by Obama: it confirmed my suspicion, that basically Mubarak was permitted by the US to do with the Egyptian people as he would like.  Every drop of blood that is spilled in Egypt from this day onwards should be blamed on Obama because he has embraced this new strategy of letting Mubarak defy the popular will of the Egyptian people.  I don't trust the Egyptian army: the top brass is hand picked by the US/Israel and can be easily bought off by a combination of bribes, gadgets, and perks.  They could care less about the Egyptian people.  This is part of the ruling group of this tyrant.  The speech by Obama was a not-so-coded language that let Mubarak do what he wish: the talk about transition means that he was basically told to stay in power, because Israel really freaked out at the prospect of Egypt without Mubarak.  How dare Obama talk about technology for the Egyptian youth when his speech did not utter one word about how Mubarak is silencing and restricting the technology of the youth of people. Make no mistake about it: this could be like the 1953 Operation Ajax in Iran.  The US is now arranging for a coup against the will of the Egyptian people.  It requires utmost vigilance and steadfastness and thus far those qualities have been abundant among the Egyptian people.  This move by Obama towards Egypt can be described as criminal because it will lead to blood on the streets.  I wonder if Obama during his talk with Mubarak discussed numbers like: just don't kill more than 50 or 60 a day, or something like that. His unprincipled cynicism reminds me of the conspiracies of the 1950s.  I am so glad that I resisted all efforts by my liberal and leftist friends who were urging me to vote for this personification of the Bush Doctrine. (Angry Arab)

Listen, What Hosni Mubarak is Talking

For last 30 years he has been fulfilling the Demand of Israel, now he promises: 
"I will use the remaining months of my term in office to fill the people's demands," 
Mr. Mubarak seems to be damn serious. He is 82 and young. 
May in remaining months in office he can finish off Palestinians and spent his remaining days of his life peacefully at King Abdullah's palace in Saudi Arabia.

Did Mubarak Mean This?