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    07/23/2012 INDONESIA [Hit the snake in the head kill Saudi Arabia] Aceh, Christians protest over burned church and authorities inertia by Mathias Hariyadi The fire dates to July 18 in Singkil regency. Pews and musical instruments destroyed in the fire. Since May last year the local government, under pressure from Islamists, has sealed off 20 Christian places of worship, four of which are Catholics. Jakarta (AsiaNews) - Concern is growing among Christians in the province of Aceh, victims of a series of recent attacks by extremist groups or unknown assailants. The violence is worsened by the policy of local authorities, who instead of halting attacks, continues closing churches and prayer halls for the (alleged) lack of building permits, required for all construction in Indonesia (religious and non-religious). In the document published these days,
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    INDONESIA [Hit the snake in the head kill Saudi Arabia]the Christian Alliance of United North Sumatra denounces that since last May at least 20 house churches or prayer chapels have been closed down by Singkil regency officials. Among these, ten belonged to the Pakpak Dairi Christian Protestant Church (Gkppd) and four were Catholic. In a statement released today, the leaders of the United Alliance of North Sumatra say that the attacks are of "growing concern", given that there is no "protection or recognition" for all religious groups, above all minorities. The situation in Singkil in particular is getting worse, with gross violations of religious freedom which is " recognized officially by our Constitution." Christian leaders also point the finger at the central government in Jakarta, which does not intervene in cases where individual local governments
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    INDONESIA [Hit the snake in the head kill Saudi Arabia] violate the rights and freedoms of citizens, particularly non-Muslims. The statement also recalls the last episode of violence in Singkil regency on July 18. At dawn the Pakpak Dairi Christian Protestant Church (Gkppd) house of prayer was attacked and set on fire by a group of strangers. Pews and several musical instruments were destroyed, but the prompt intervention of the faithful prevented the complete destruction of the building. Inside the structure about 15 liters of petrol were found, so far investigators have not identified any culprit. The province of Aceh, the westernmost of the archipelago of Indonesia, is also the only one which is subject to Sharia, compliance with which is ensured by the "moral police", a special force that punishes violations in dress and behavior. In the past, under the leadership of Governor Irwandy Yusuf - head of the guerrilla war -
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    INDONESIA [Hit the snake in the head kill Saudi Arabia] a relative calm and religious harmony between the Muslim majority and "foreigners" of various non-Islamic faiths prevailed. However, recently the situation has changed: attacks against religious minorities have started, the fundamentalist wing has gained more power and freedom of action. In elections last April, the victor was Zaini Abdullah, also leader of the separatist guerrillas in exile in Sweden, who has promised to fight corruption and impose Islamic law (see AsiaNews 04/18/2012 Aceh's new governor Zaini Abdullah pledges more Sharia). The strict application of Sharia is one of the conditions also posed by separatist rebels in Jakarta, to end the armed struggle.
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    INDONESIA [Hit the snake in the head kill Saudi Arabia] As evidence of the growing interfaith tension in the recent past, the area was the scene of violence and attacks against Christian communities, which led to the closure of places of worship (see AsiaNews 07/05/2012 Extremist threats in Aceh: authorities close three churches and AsiaNews 19/06/2012 Hundreds of Muslim extremists attack Christian prayer house in Aceh). Further adding to tensions and violence is the closures of churches and places of worship in the area, arranged by the authorities who claim they are without the proper building permits (the infamous IMB, Izin Mendirikan Bangunan).
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    this is true: saudi imperialism is in agenda NWO: why, Al Quaeda is IMF: for destry Israel and christians --> 12/7/2012 Periodical Review: Summary from the Jihadi Forums - The First Half of June 2012 ICT's Jihadi Websites Monitoring Group. This report summarizes notable events discussed on Jihadi Web forums during the first half of June 2012. Following are the main points covered in the report: • Ayman Al-Zawahiri urges the Tunisian people to thwart the new Tunisian government's intention to impose secular, rather than Islamic, law.• Ayman Al-Zawahiri reminisces about his time with Osama bin Laden. • In a video clip published only days after American reports of Abu Yahya Al-Libi's demise in a drone strike, Al-Libi is seen calling on Muslims and mujahideen in Jordan, Iraq and Syria to help the Syrian people fight the regime of Bashar Al-Assad.
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    this is true: saudi imperialism is in agenda NWO: why, Al Quaeda is IMF: for destry Israel and christians --> • The wife of Ayman Al-Zawahiri exhorts Muslim women to continue supporting the Arab revolutions, and to educate their children to love jihad and die a martyr's death.• Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) issues a call to Muslims wishing to make a "lone wolf attack" against a Western target, offering guidelines and assistance.• Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) appeals to the Yemeni Army to cease fighting the mujahideen and collaborating with the US.• Al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM) blames the German government for the death of a German hostage in Nigeria in a failed rescue attempt. • A new jihadist Web forum, Hisad Al-Jihad, is up and running. 28/6/2012 Periodical Review: Summary from the Jihadi Forums - The Second Half of May 2012
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    May 28, 2012 cpa . org [funny! Israel suport Al Quaeda said: "Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs"] jcpa . org/article/alqaeda-jihadists-join-battle-syrian-regime/ Al-Qaeda and the Jihadists Join the Battle against the Syrian Regime. Col. (ret.) Dr. Jacques Neriah, May 28, 2012. Filed Under: Global Jihad, Syria: May 28, 2012. The battle over Syria has descended into sectarian strife led by extreme Salafists and other Islamic splinter organizations in a carefully orchestrated uprising coordinated and fueled by al-Qaeda operatives. The Syrian National Council, the main opposition group, could well be in a process of disintegration, as the Free Syrian Army (FSA) did not recognize its authority. Yet the FSA is no longer the sole force in the fight against Assad. As in Egypt, in Syria the Muslim Brothers have succeeded in appropriating (some would call it hijacking) the revolt and ultimately becoming its backbone.
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    May 28, 2012 cpa . org [funny! Israel suport Al Quaeda said: "Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs"] Moreover, Muslim fighters from around the globe are coming to join the ranks in the battle against Assad. The gradual transformation of the Syrian opposition into a movement led by extremist Muslims allied with al-Qaeda does not serve the opposition well. The majority of Syrians do not identify with those radicals. The more the opposition wears the mask of al-Qaeda, the more there is cohesion in the ranks around Assad. Recent street fighting in Tripoli, Lebanon, between Alawites and Sunnis is a reflection of the wider war between two alliances, with Syria, Iran, and Hizbullah opposed by an alliance led by Saudi Arabia and its allies, including its Salafist and Muslim fundamentalist troops. In addition, the battle over the future of Syria is symptomatic of the revival of the Cold War between the West -- with the U.S., UK, France, and Turkey backing the anti-Assad forces
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    May 28, 2012 cpa . org [funny! Israel suport Al Quaeda said: "Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs"] -- and Russia, steadfast behind the Alawite regime. The Free Syrian Army -- Not the Only Force in the Field, Since the beginning of the Syrian revolt against the Assad regime, no significant opposition body has emerged as a potential alternative to the Alawite regime. It is now clear that the battle over Syria has descended into sectarian strife led by extreme Salafists and other Islamic splinter organizations in a carefully orchestrated uprising coordinated and fueled by al-Qaeda operatives. In fact, the Syrian National Council, the main opposition group which was led until May 24, 2012, by leader-in-exile Burhan Ghalioun, could well be in a process of disintegration.1 Ghalioun resigned from his self-nominated position after having realized that he could not represent all the factions fighting against Assad.
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    May 28, 2012 cpa . org [funny! Israel suport Al Quaeda said: "Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs"] Ghalioun had particular problems extending his authority over the Free Syrian Army (FSA) that was, until lately, the main fighting arm of the rebellion against Assad. After having raised its flag as the main opposition force fighting the Syrian armed forces, and becoming a beacon for dissidents and army deserters who joined to fight the regime, the FSA is no longer the sole force in the fight against Assad. As was the case in Egypt, the Muslim Brothers, who today are undoubtedly in the forefront of the fighting against the regime, were not present at the birth of the revolt against Assad, which was the result of the mishandling of local protests by the security forces. As in the Egyptian case, in Syria the Muslim Brothers have succeeded in appropriating (some would call it hijacking) the revolt and ultimately becoming its backbone.
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    May 28, 2012 cpa . org [funny! Israel suport Al Quaeda said: "Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs"] Moreover, the Muslim Brothers, with their worldwide organization, provide the conduit through which Muslim fighters from around the globe are coming to join the ranks in the battle against Assad. As a result, the FSA has beefed up its ranks with bearded fighters from east and west whose "resumes" include battlegrounds such as Afghanistan, Pakistan, Iraq, Libya, and Tunisia, and even includes some Muslim volunteers from European countries who rallied to the cause of Islam to fight the heretic Alawite rulers. The influx of Muslim volunteers has become of such amplitude as to lead Russia to state in March that Assad was fighting al-Qaeda-backed "terrorists," including at least 15,000 foreign fighters.2 .
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    May 28, 2012 cpa . org [funny! Israel suport Al Quaeda said: "Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs"] The Evidence. Evidence of the enlistment of Muslim radicals against the Syrian regime is becoming widespread and reflects the possible evolution of Syria as a magnet for Muslim fighters who once sought jihad and martyrdom in Iraq and Afghanistan: a) In his first interview in nearly six months, President Assad stated that his country had captured foreign mercenaries who were fighting for the opposition and he was ready to show them to the world. Assad added that religious extremists and al-Qaeda loyalists from outside Syria were among the forces fighting his regime. Syria's UN ambassador, Bashar Ja'afari, claimed that Syria had a list of "foreign terrorists" killed inside the country, including "one French citizen, one British and one Belgian."
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    May 28, 2012 cpa . org [funny! Israel suport Al Quaeda said: "Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs"] Earlier in May, Syria sent a list to the United Nations with 26 names of foreign nationals it had apprehended, claiming most of them were members of al-Qaeda.3 b) The UN Secretary General declared on May 16 that he believed Islamist militants from al-Qaeda must be behind two deadly suicide car bomb attacks in Syria on May 10.4. c) From obituaries published in the Arab world, one can learn of the participation of fighters coming from as far as Tunisia, specifically from the southeastern town of Ben Guerdane which lost six fighters in Syria. Though the families have seen no corpses or proof of death, a video carrying the black flag of al-Qaeda has appeared eulogizing five of the men and stating they were killed in Homs.5
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    May 28, 2012 cpa . org [funny! Israel suport Al Quaeda said: "Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs"] d) In February, al-Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri urged Muslims to come to the aid of Syrian rebels. That call coincided with reports from Iraq that fighters and arms were pouring into Syria.6 e) Other armed groups have emerged along the Turkish, Lebanese, Iraqi, and Jordanian borders to wage jihad in Syria against "the heretic Baathist regime." Recruited from among the ranks of Sunni radicals, they come, for the most part, from a regrouping of Jund el-Cham, Osbat al-Ansar and Fatah el-Islam. These groups, in disarray, had found refuge in Tripoli, Lebanon, as well as in Turkey and Jordan, and have funding from Saudi Arabia and Qatar. Until December 2011, these groups had no territory under their control except for several neighborhoods in Homs and refugee camps located in Turkey.7
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    May 28, 2012 cpa . org [funny! Israel suport Al Quaeda said: "Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs"] f) At the beginning of May a ship loaded with 150 tons of weapons and mmunition destined for the rebels in Syria was detained in the northern Lebanese port of Tripoli.8 "The case of the ship Lutfullah 2, which was intercepted by the Lebanese Army, proves that Libya and Turkey are cooperating with other states to send murderous weapons to terrorist groups, in order to wreak more carnage and destruction," wrote the Syrian ambassador to the UN in a letter to the Secretary General and the Security Council.9 Lebanese authorities said they had seized a large consignment of Libyan weapons, including rocket-propelled grenades and heavy caliber ammunition, from the ship which was intercepted in the Mediterranean.
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    May 28, 2012 cpa . org [funny! Israel suport Al Quaeda said: "Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs"] These weapons probably originated in the plundered warehouses of the Libyan army. Moreover, according to Iranian sources, Abd el-Hakim Belhaj, the notorious al-Qaeda commander of the Tripoli area in Libya and a member of the Transitional Government, had conducted negotiations in Turkey with Syrian rebels regarding the supply of weapons and ammunition to rebel forces in Syria. According to the same source, Belhaj was heading a Libyan contingent of 700 fighters.10 The gradual transformation of the Syrian opposition into a movement led by extremist Muslims inspired by, allied, and coordinated with al-Qaeda does not serve the opposition well. The majority of Syrians do not identify with those radicals. On the contrary, the more the opposition wears the mask of al-Qaeda,
  • UniusRei3
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    May 28, 2012 cpa . org [funny! Israel suport Al Quaeda said: "Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs"] the more there is cohesion in the ranks around Assad. Assad himself has shown resolve to fight the rebels at the price of becoming an international pariah. The disintegration of the opposition plays into his hands, as well as the fact that his war is being waged against al-Qaeda. Assad Issues a Warning, In his latest interview, Assad points at those elements who are behind the unrest in Syria and warns that by trying to undermine the Syrian regime they might suffer themselves. Thus, Assad is signaling that he has not given up his assets around the Arab world and that he would willingly use his subversive capabilities if and when needed: "For the leaders of these countries, it's becoming clear that it is not "Spring" but chaos, and as I have said,




07/23/2012 INDONESIA
Aceh, Christians protest over burned church and authorities inertia
by Mathias Hariyadi
The fire dates to July 18 in Singkil regency. Pews and musical instruments destroyed in the fire. Since May last year the local government, under pressure from Islamists, has sealed off 20 Christian places of worship, four of which are Catholics.
Jakarta (AsiaNews) - Concern is growing among Christians in the province of Aceh, victims of a series of recent attacks by extremist groups or unknown assailants. The violence is worsened by the policy of local authorities, who instead of halting attacks, continues...

07/23/2012 INDIA
Cardinal Gracias: Prayers for new Indian president
by Card. Oswald Gracias
The President of the Bishops' Conference of India greets "with pleasure" the election of Pranab Mukherjee, who has impressive political "leadership qualities" and a great "interest" for the good of the country. The prelate calls for renewed cooperation between the government and the Catholic Church, the mission among the poor and the marginalized.
07/23/2012 ASIA
Asian shares plunge because of a weaker euro and China
The Euro is at its lowest point against the yen. Fears persist that Asian exports to Europe will drop further. China cuts growth forecast. For the Japanese government, the slowdown in the world economy becomes more widespread.

07/23/2012 INDIA
Pranab Mukherjee is the new president of India
The Congress candidate defeated PA Sangma (supported by the opposition) with 69.31% of the votes. Experienced politician and former finance minister, Mukherjee's victory is considered crucial in view of the general elections of 2014.
07/23/2012 CHINA
Beijing residents' wrath at flood in city without sewers
Heaviest rains in 61 years. 37 victims - drowned, electrocuted by collapsed polls or lightning - and seven missing. Sewer system, which dates from the Ming period, focus of anger. Flooded roads, motorists trapped in their vehicles, collapsed houses, 500 flights canceled, 66 thousand people evacuated. Dozens of deaths in Hebei, Shaanxi, Sichuan.
07/22/2012 VATICAN
Devil always trying to wreck God's peace
Benedict XVI talks about the meaning of the Good Shepherd theme during the Angelus. He expresses solidarity with the victims in Aurora and Zanzibar. The London Olympics are "an occasion to promote brotherhood and peace."
07/21/2012 NEPAL
Maoist militants throw chairs at Nepal prime minister
by Kalpit Parajuli
More than 500 former fighters carry out the attack, accusing the party's leadership of corruption and lack of economic transparency. Both the party's chairman and vice chairman are targeted. In an official press release, the party dismisses the incident as a "simple argument," but top leaders remain silent.
07/21/2012 MYANMAR
Burmese authorities accused again of violence against Rohingya
Human rights groups say that the Muslim minority is the victim of attacks, killings and property seizures by security forces and Buddhists. Rakhine state spokesperson denies the claims.
07/21/2012 SRI LANKA
The extraordinary life of a 'supermom'
by Melani Manel Perera
Millrad Monica Wickramaratna Denipitiya celebrated her 75th birthday with her 11 children, 29 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. The years spent with the nuns of the Good Shepherd, whose teachings she passed onto her family, were crucial.
07/21/2012 SYRIA
UN renews monitoring mission in Syria
Security Council extends Syria observer mission for 30 days. In Damascus, military frees district from rebels who launch attacks in other areas.
07/21/2012 ISRAEL
For US, tourist attack bore "some of the hallmarks of Hezbollah"
Pentagon joins Israel. The attacker wore a wig, had a Middle Eastern accent, and probably enjoyed logistical support from one or two people. Three kg of TNT were used.

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Purges, killings and new economy: Kim Jong-un's grab for real power by Joseph Yun Li-sun
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