were been Satanists international and institutional

  • UniusRei3
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    9 minuti fa
    Osama bin Laden? . he never said he had done: 11 September 2001, and even the U.S. has never charged for it! because everyone knows that they were been Satanists international and institutional: of Americans: as, also: Mossad CIA, Bush and the IMF
  • UniusRei3
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    09/06/2012 PAKISTAN [all lies! CIA and Saudi Arabia: stabbed Pakistan: because Al Qaeda is their creation: for destroy my holy Islam and Christianity!!] Islamabad expels six foreign Save the Children aid workers. For the Pakistani government, they helped US spies find the hiding place of al Qaeda's founder, thus facilitating his killing. For the NGO, which denies any involvement with the US operation, the decision remains unmotivated. A doctor sentenced to 33 years in prison is thought to have had links with the charity. Islamabad (AsiaNews/Agencies) - Pakistan is expelling Save the Children's foreign staff, official sources announced today. The decision is apparently linked to Pakistani suspicion the aid agency helped US spies hunt down Osama bin Laden.
  • UniusRei3
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    14 minuti fa
    PAKISTAN [all lies! CIA and Saudi Arabia: stabbed Pakistan: because Al Qaeda is their creation: for destroy my holy Islam and Christianity!!] The Interior Ministry told the group that its six foreign employees had to be out of Pakistan within two weeks. It gave no reason for the decision, but it is likely connected to the US action that led to the al Qaeda leader's death. After the operation, Pakistan arrested a Pakistani doctor on suspicion that he worked for the CIA. A court eventually sentenced him to 33 years in prison. Ghulam Qadri, Save the Children's director for programme planning and communications, said he was not given any reason for the expulsion. The Interior Ministry also did issue any statement on the matter. The humanitarian group has worked in the Asian country for 30 years and has employed over the years at least 2,000 people.
  • UniusRei3
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    15 minuti fa
    PAKISTAN [all lies! CIA and Saudi Arabia: stabbed Pakistan: because Al Qaeda is their creation: for destroy my holy Islam and Christianity!!] A spokesperson in London told the BBC that the charity was seeking "clarification" from the Pakistani authorities in relation to the expulsions. He also said it was not yet clear if the agency could send replacement expatriate staff. An apparent link also exists between what happened to Save the Children's foreign staff and Dr Shakil Afridi's arrest and conviction for spying on behalf of the United States. The latter was convicted for running a fake vaccination programme under CIA cover to collect information that could lead to the capture of al Qaeda's leader and founder. Some media reports suggest the doctor was connected to Save the Children staff.
  • UniusRei3
    UniusRei3 ha pubblicato un commento
    15 minuti fa
    PAKISTAN [all lies! CIA and Saudi Arabia: stabbed Pakistan: because Al Qaeda is their creation: for destroy my holy Islam and Christianity!] The NGO said however that Dr Afridi was never paid for any work by the charity and had never run any of its vaccination programmes, although he did attend a seminar shortly before his arrest. Osama bin Laden died during an operation by US Special Forces on 2 May in Abbottabad (50 km north of the capital). The prince of terror who masterminded the 11 September 2001 attacks against the United States was found living in a fortified villa, not far from a Pakistani army training centre.
  • UniusRei3
    UniusRei3 ha pubblicato un commento
    27 minuti fa
    I AM ONLY, but the world is great! and all peoples must be redeemed from their imminent death(physical and spiritual) through me: in my jewish Temple, is because, I can not risk losing one only child anywhere in the world!
  • UniusRei3
    UniusRei3 ha pubblicato un commento
    31 minuti fa
    is GOOD for everyone! but not for me! I am a man who has been given totally, to the universal brotherhood
  • UniusRei3
    UniusRei3 ha pubblicato un commento
    34 minuti fa
    ok! to be honest? I had in the past many gifts, and charisma!! but then, as I read in the Bible that the glory of God is man fully alive (ie, the agnostic, the ordinary man) then I said to God: ok! I want to be a universal political! because, I want to become an example: easy, to can be imitate, for every person on the planet! -> Lol. more or less, things have gone just like that! lol.
  • TheGreekXDTV
    TheGreekXDTV ha pubblicato un commento
    35 minuti fa
    I <3 YouTube!
  • Synnek1
    Synnek1 ha pubblicato un commento
    36 minuti fa
    Selfishness in moderation is GOOD! lol >;-)
  • UniusRei3
    UniusRei3 ha pubblicato un commento
    40 minuti fa
    @ CIA synnek1 -> I believe that investigate about me? can be very educational and informative! That's why, I wanted to be a man without secrets and without supernatural gifts! in fact, the greatest gift that God has given to man, is intelligence! now, when there is no selfishness? as is in me? intelligence can best express its full potential! --> io credo che investigare su di me? può essere molto educativo ed istruttivo! ecco perché, io ho voluto essere un uomo senza segreti, e senza doni soprannaturali! infatti, il più grande dono, che, Dio ha fatto all'uomo è l'intelligenza! ora, quando non c'è egoismo? come è in me? l'intelligenza può esprimere al meglio il suo potenziale!
  • Synnek1
    Synnek1 ha pubblicato un commento
    46 minuti fa
    nothing...lol >;-)
  • UniusRei3
    UniusRei3 ha pubblicato un commento
    47 minuti fa
    then?
  • UniusRei3
    UniusRei3 ha pubblicato un commento
    47 minuti fa
    09/06/2012. BANGLADESH [at his accomplices: 666 IMF: King of Saudi Arabia (small Satan) said: "We must do die: all Muslims and we must do abolish Islam"] Almost 300 Christian children abducted and forcibly converted to Islam in Bangladesh. by Nozrul Islam Taken by intermediaries after they convince village families to pay for an education at pseudo hostels, the children are in fact brought to madrassas (Islamic schools) where imams force them to abjure Christianity. The latest case has a happy ending however when 11 children were able to escape from captivity. Dhaka (AsiaNews) - In Bangladesh, Christian children from Tripuri tribes have been taken away from their villages and forcibly converted to Islam. Local Catholic sources, who asked their names be withheld, told AsiaNews that almost 300 children have been taken to madrassas (Islamic schools).
  • Synnek1
    Synnek1 ha pubblicato un commento
    47 minuti fa
    @UniusRei3: I investigated you...
  • UniusRei3
    UniusRei3 ha pubblicato un commento
    47 minuti fa
    BANGLADESH [at his accomplices: 666 IMF: King of Saudi Arabia (small Satan) said: "We must do die: all Muslims and we must do abolish Islam"] The story is the same. So-called intermediaries, who are also ethnic Tripuri, visit poverty-stricken communities where they convince families to send their children to a mission hostel, charging between 6,000 and 15,000 taka (US$ 500 to 1,200) for school and board. After pocketing the money, the intermediaries sell the children to Islamic schools elsewhere in the country. The latest case involved 11 children, ten boys and a girl, from Thanchi, Ruma and Lama in the Chittagong Hill Tracts. Their story has a happy ending though. After six months of threats and violence, the children were able to escape thanks Hotline Human Rights Trust, a Dhaka-based civil rights organisation that defends minorities run by a Catholic woman, Rosaline Costa.
  • UniusRei3
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    48 minuti fa
    BANGLADESH [at his accomplices: 666 IMF: King of Saudi Arabia (small Satan) said: "We must do die: all Muslims and we must do abolish Islam"] Tripuri are one of the many tribal groups found in Bangladesh. Most are Christian, both Catholic and Protestants, especially in the Chittagong Hill Tracts, in south-eastern Bangladesh. Radical Muslims are engaged in a campaign against Christian missionaries whom they accuse of proselytising and forcibly converting others in order to create a Christian majority in the area so that it can be annexed to India. In the latest case, the first eight boys were taken in January and February and brought to the Darul Huda Islami School in Mia Para village (Gazipur). The girl was placed in a madrassa (whose name she could not tell) in Muhammadpur, Dhaka. The other two boys were brought to another Darul Huda Islami in Maddha Badda (Gulshan, Dhaka).
  • UniusRei3
    UniusRei3 ha pubblicato un commento
    48 minuti fa
    BANGLADESH [at his accomplices: 666 IMF: King of Saudi Arabia (small Satan) said: "We must do die: all Muslims and we must do abolish Islam"] Their days included Arabic lessons (8-12 AM), Qur'an reading (Nurani Shikkha, 2-5 PM) and five daily prayers. In their respective madrassas, the children found other tribal Christians, many even younger themselves. They also saw acts of physical violence when children missed prayers or refused to take part in a lesson. In fact, after she was rescued, the girl showed scars to the hand, where she was struck with a cane. In June, the desire to escape was kindled when imams announced that the boys would be circumcised, and that if they were ready to give their lives for Islam, they would be compensated with beheshta or heaven since no other religion could lead them there.
  • UniusRei3
    UniusRei3 ha pubblicato un commento
    48 minuti fa
    BANGLADESH [at his accomplices: 666 IMF: King of Saudi Arabia (small Satan) said: "We must do die: all Muslims and we must do abolish Islam"] Scared, the first eight boys asked a Hindu family that lived near the school for help. They told their stories, asking them to contact their parents. When the latter found out what had happened to their children, they contacted the Hotline Trust to save them. Four boys escaped on 4 July; the other four on 13 July. When the other two (somewhat older) boys found out about their escape, they too fled and contacted the Hotline Trust on their own. The girl's rescue was a bit more complicated. She was saved only after another girl escaped and told people in her village what had happened. The girl's parents then contacted the madrassa huju or teacher asking him to let her go. The latter said the father had to come and get her.
  • UniusRei3
    UniusRei3 ha pubblicato un commento
    48 minuti fa
    BANGLADESH [at his accomplices: 666 IMF: King of Saudi Arabia (small Satan) said: "We must do die: all Muslims and we must do abolish Islam"] At the school, the teacher tried to provoke the father, denigrating the Bible and accusing Christians of adultery and immorality. The father put up with the insults and eventually took his daughter home on 13 July.
  • UniusRei3
    UniusRei3 ha pubblicato un commento
    59 minuti fa
    @ my Jewish brothers -> you think to defend Israel through lies, strategy, or anything else of indecent? but this is idolatry! I defend Israel and all the nations of the world by means of justice and the power of truth and loyalty! you wanted a king biased, liar and murderess? ok! you have already Rothschild, then hold him, on you, but, that's for sure, you will not be able to build your lies also on the next Holocaust. @my fratelli ebrei --> voi credete di difendere Israele, attraverso, la menzogna, la strategia, o altro: di indecente? ma, questa è idolatria! Io difendo Israele: e tutte le nazioni del mondo; attraverso, la giustizia e la forza della verità: e la lealtà! Volevate un re fazioso, bugiardo ed assassino? ok! allora tenetevi Rothschild; ma, questo è sicuro, voi non riuscire a costruire le vostre bugie anche sulla prossima Shoah



09/06/2012 17:20
PAKISTAN
Islamabad expels six foreign Save the Children aid workers
For the Pakistani government, they helped US spies find the hiding place of al Qaeda's founder, thus facilitating his killing. For the NGO, which denies any involvement with the US operation, the decision remains unmotivated. A doctor sentenced to 33 years in prison is thought to have had links with the charity.


Islamabad (AsiaNews/Agencies) - Pakistan is expelling Save the Children's foreign staff, official sources announced today. The decision is apparently linked to Pakistani suspicion the aid agency helped US spies hunt down Osama bin Laden.
The Interior Ministry told the group that its six foreign employees had to be out of Pakistan within two weeks. It gave no reason for the decision, but it is likely connected to the US action that led to the al Qaeda leader's death.
After the operation, Pakistan arrested a Pakistani doctor on suspicion that he worked for the CIA. A court eventually sentenced him to 33 years in prison.
Ghulam Qadri, Save the Children's director for programme planning and communications, said he was not given any reason for the expulsion.
The Interior Ministry also did issue any statement on the matter.
The humanitarian group has worked in the Asian country for 30 years and has employed over the years at least 2,000 people.
A spokesperson in London told the BBC that the charity was seeking "clarification" from the Pakistani authorities in relation to the expulsions. He also said it was not yet clear if the agency could send replacement expatriate staff.
An apparent link also exists between what happened to Save the Children's foreign staff and Dr Shakil Afridi's arrest and conviction for spying on behalf of the United States.
The latter was convicted for running a fake vaccination programme under CIA cover to collect information that could lead to the capture of al Qaeda's leader and founder. Some media reports suggest the doctor was connected to Save the Children staff.
The NGO said however that Dr Afridi was never paid for any work by the charity and had never run any of its vaccination programmes, although he did attend a seminar shortly before his arrest.
Osama bin Laden died during an operation by US Special Forces on 2 May in Abbottabad (50 km north of the capital).
The prince of terror who masterminded the 11 September 2001 attacks against the United States was found living in a fortified villa, not far from a Pakistani army training centre.


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See also
05/04/2011 PAKISTAN
Bin Laden’s death, a “strong symbolic message” in the fight against terrorism, Mgr Saldanha sa
05/02/2011 PAKISTAN
Christians are an “easy target” for reprisal after Bin Laden’s death, says Mgr Saldanha
03/04/2009 ISLAM - PALESTINE
Islamic countries reject al Qaeda, but also American policy
01/12/2007 PAKISTAN - US
Pakistan: “US hasn't shared information on al Qaeda leaders”
05/25/2012 PAKISTAN - UNITED STATES
Washington US cuts Pakistan aid over conviction of 'Bin Laden doctor'




06/09/2012 14:53
PAKISTAN
Islamabad espelle sei cooperanti stranieri di Save the Children
Per il governo pakistano, gli operatori avrebbero aiutato le spie Usa a scovare il nascondiglio del fondatore di al Qaeda, facilitando il raid dell'uccisione. Per l’ong non vi sono al momento motivazioni ufficiali della scelta e smentisce ogni coinvolgimento. Presunti legami con il medico condannato a 33 anni di galera.


Islamabad (AsiaNews/Agenzie) - Il governo pakistano ha decretato l'espulsione dal territorio nazionale di tutti gli operatori stranieri della ong Save the Children. La conferma arriva oggi da fonti ufficiali, secondo cui la decisione è in qualche modo legata ai sospetti di Islamabad, in base ai quali l'ente caritativo internazionale avrebbe aiutato le spie statunitensi a dare la caccia a Osama bin Laden. Il ministero degli Interni ha comunicato ai vertici dell'organizzazione non governativa che sei dei suoi dipendenti, tutti stranieri, devono lasciare il Paese entro le prossime due settimane; non vi sono state comunicazioni sulle ragioni della decisione, ma è quasi certo il legame con l'azione militare Usa che ha portato alla morte del capo di al Qaeda. In seguito al raid le forze di sicurezza pakistane hanno arrestato un medico, sospettato di lavorare in segreto per la Cia, condannato da un tribunale tribale a 33 anni di galera.
Ghulam Qadri, direttore di Save the Children per la pianificazione e la comunicazione in Pakistan, riferisce che il ministero non ha comunicato motivazioni ufficiali per l'espulsione; anche dal dicastero bocche cucite e nessun commento ufficiale.
L'ong impegnata in programmi mirati all'infanzia lavora nel Paese asiatico da 30 anni e ha impiegato, nella sua storia, almeno 2mila persone. Un portavoce a Londra ha aggiunto alla Bbc che sono state richieste "chiarificazioni" alle autorità pakistane, che finora non sono state ancora fornite. Al momento non è nemmeno chiaro se gli operatori espulsi potranno essere rimpiazzati con altro personale.
Alcuni esperti legano la cacciata del personale di Save the Children alla sorte di Shakil Afridi, il dottore pakistano arrestato e condannato per attività di spionaggio per gli Stati Uniti sul territorio nazionale. Egli è stato fermato per aver condotto in passato "falsi programmi di vaccinazione" - sotto copertura della Cia - col solo scopo di raccogliere informazioni utili alla cattura del leader e fondatore di al Qaeda. Alcune inchieste giornalistiche hanno evidenziato legami fra il medico e alcuni elementi dello staff della ong. La quale ribatte che Afridi non ha mai ricevuto compensi per alcun tipo di lavoro svolto e che non ha mai seguito nessuno dei programmi di vaccinazione, pur avendo partecipato "a qualche seminario" prima dell'arresto.
Osama bin Laden è morto durante un raid delle forze speciali americane il 2 maggio 2011 ad Abbottabad (50 km a nord della capitale). Il principe del terrore e mente delle stragi dell'11 settembre negli Stati Uniti si trovava all'interno di una villa fortificata, situata poco distante dal principale centro di addestramento dell'esercito pakistano.



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Vedi anche
19/07/2010 PAKISTAN – STATI UNITI
Islamabad: dagli Usa 7,5 miliardi in aiuti contro il terrorismo e le mire cinesi
12/01/2007 PAKISTAN – USA
Islamabad: “Mai ricevuto informazioni Usa sui vertici di al-Qaeda”
16/09/2008 PAKISTAN - STATI UNITI
L’esercito pakistano spara contro elicotteri Usa sconfinati sul suo territorio
03/10/2008 PAKISTAN
“La guerra quotidiana al terrorismo è la guerra del popolo pakistano”
di Qaiser Felix
04/05/2011 PAKISTAN
Mons. Saldanha: morte di Bin Laden, “alto valore simbolico” nella lotta al terrorismo