Tuesday, December 31, 2013

ما معنى الحياة ؟؟


السلام عليكم ورحمة الله تعالى وبركاته 
سبحان الله ، كل واحد كما يرى هذه الحياة الدنيا ،
الكثير من البشر يرى أن امتلاك السلطة والحق هي أساس الحياة
الاخر تساله عن الحياة فيجيب نحن فقط نأكل ونشرب ولا حياة لنا
وهناك من يقول بان الوزير أو الشخصيات الكبرى هي التي تعيش حياة أفضل
لانها تمتلك الحكم والمال ، ناهيك عن الفيلا ت والعمارات والسيارات الفخمة 
بينما البعض الاخر يرى الحياة في حب شخص (طبعا ذلك الحب اللا أخلاقي)
بينما فصيلة اخرى تؤكد أن الحياة في استغلال الناس وهتك الاعراض والسرقة و الزور...
أما الفصيلة العجيبة فهي تمل هده الحياة ، وتجد في قتل الغير أو الانتحار لذة مهما كلف دلك
لكن فئة أخرى تمتنع عن معرفة هده الحياة الفانية وتجد اللدة في السهر وشرب الخمور لنسيان مشاكلها

لكن تبقى الفئة القلة تجد أن الحياة في حب الله واتباع أوامره واجتناب نواهيه
وأن الحياة فانية وأن الدار الاخرى هي الباقية لا محال ولا ريب
ولا ننسى أن الله تعالى دكر هده الحياة في ايات عدة ، نذكر منها
قوله تعالى : ""اعْلَمُوا أَنَّمَا الْحَيَاةُ الدُّنْيَا لَعِبٌ وَلَهْوٌ وَزِينَةٌ وَتَفَاخُرٌ بَيْنَكُمْ وَتَكَاثُرٌ فِي الْأَمْوَالِ وَالْأَوْلَادِ كَمَثَلِ غَيْثٍ أَعْجَبَ الْكُفَّارَ نَبَاتُهُ ثُمَّ يَهِيجُ فَتَرَاهُ مُصْفَرًّا ثُمَّ يَكُونُ حُطَامًا وَفِي الْآَخِرَةِ عَذَابٌ شَدِيدٌ وَمَغْفِرَةٌ مِنَ اللَّهِ وَرِضْوَانٌ وَمَا الْحَيَاةُ الدُّنْيَا إِلَّا مَتَاعُ الْغُرُور""ِ
وقوله أيضا عز وجل : ""إِنَّمَا الْحَيَاةُ الدُّنْيَا لَعِبٌ وَلَهْوٌ وَإِنْ تُؤْمِنُوا وَتَتَّقُوا يُؤْتِكُمْ أُجُورَكُمْ وَلَا يَسْأَلْكُمْ أَمْوَالَكُمْ ""
والخطاب في الآيتين للمؤمنين.


قال الشيخ السعدي رحمه الله تعالى في تفسير آية الحديد: يخبر تعالى عن حقيقة الدنيا وما هي عليه ويبين غايتها وغاية أهلها بأنها لعب ولهو تلعب بها الأبدان وتلهو بها القلوب، وهذا مصداق ما هو موجود وواقع من أبناء الدنيا فإنك تجدهم قد قطعوا أوقات عمرهم بلهو قلوبهم وغفلتهم عن ذكر ربهم وعما أمامهم من الوعد والوعيد، تراهم قد اتخذوا دينهم لعبا ولهوا بخلاف أهل اليقظة وعمال الآخرة فإن قلوبهم معمورة بذكر الله ومعرفته ومحبته وقد شغلوا أوقاتهم بالأعمال التي تقربهم إلى الله من النفع القاصر والمتعدي.
بالطبع هناك أيات أخرى وأحاديث عن هدا الموضوع
ألا ترون أيه الاخوة والاخوات أن كل ما في هده الدنيا فان وله نهاية
وأن الدور الدي نلعبه هنا هو عبادة الله تعالى
يقول سبحانه وتعالى :'' وما خلقت الجن والانس إلا ليعبدون..''
أتمنى الاستفادة والعمل الصالح للجميع
اللهم اجعلنا من الدين يستمعون القول فيتبعون أحسنه






‘Children in cages’: Human rights group accuses Israel of torture

Published time: January 01, 2014 00:41
Edited time: January 01, 2014 01:17
Reuters / Ammar Awad
Reuters / Ammar Awad
An Israeli human rights organization has accused the country of torturing Palestinian minors, with reported cases of public caging as well as threats and acts of sexual violence.
The Public Committee Against Torture in Israel (PCATI) condemned Israel’s failure to protect Palestinian minors from the alleged torture. The group demanded authorities introduce specific provisions for the protection of all children against torture in Israeli domestic law.
The human rights group states that international law against torture, as outlined in the Istanbul Protocol Manual on the Effective Investigation and Documentation of Torture, is not reflected by Israel’s domestic legislature.
PCATI argues that “torture is a means of attacking an individual’s fundamental modes of psychological and social functioning” as described in the Istanbul Protocol. Furthermore, “torture can impact a child directly or indirectly. The impact can be due to the child’s having been tortured or detained, the torture of parents or close family members or witnessing torture and violence.”
The group’s report was published ahead of Tuesday's hearing by the Knesset's Public Petitions Committee on related issues. PACTI based their complaint on data from filed reports of abuses against children collected over the past decade.
The practice of placing the children in outdoor cages was stopped once Israeli Justice Minister Tzipi Livni intervened following the discovery, the Jerusalem Post reports.
PCATI states that it continues to actively investigate cases concerning children's torture and ill treatment by IDF soldiers and interrogators. They are investigating threats and acts of sexual violence, caging prisoners in iron cages (including children), military conduct during detentions and arrests of Palestinians. Their collected data is also supported by a number of NGO’s also involved in documentation of torture allegations.
According to the Israeli Public Defender's Office, knowledge of people being kept in iron cages surfaced during a night-time inspection of a prison at the height of a recent winter storm. Children were found kept outside in freezing temperatures for hours overnight following their arrest, and until they faced court charges the following morning.
“During our visit, held during a fierce storm that hit the state, attorneys met detainees who described to them a shocking picture: in the middle of the night dozens of detainees were transferred to the external iron cages built outside the IPS transition facility in Ramla,” the Public Defender's Office wrote on its website.

Reuters / Sharif Karim
Reuters / Sharif Karim
“It turns out that this procedure, under which prisoners waited outside in cages, lasted for several months, and was verified by other officials.”
PCATI emphasizes that “failure to allow the arrested child or minor to full enjoyment of his or her rights, including the failure to allow for an attorney or accompanying adult at the time of arrest and interrogation places the child in a state of helplessness, distress and increases the pressure being applied to the child by the security forces in order to achieve a confession or information during the interrogation.”

PCATI says that the threshold for an “act of abuse” by Israel must be lowered when it comes to children. The NGO also believes that children and adults have the right to rehabilitation. The human rights group also says that abuse cases have the right to have their complaints fully examined and be “accompanied by a representative of their choosing when giving testimony to an Israeli investigator.”

Citing this year’s report by Defense of Children International (DCI-Palestine) and Lawyers for Palestinian Human Rights (LPHR), PACTI reiterated that "Israel is the only nation to automatically and systematically prosecute children in military courts that lack basic and fundamental fair trial guarantees.”

The human rights association estimates that up to 700 Palestinian children, some as young as 12 years-old, are subject to Israeli military detention system each year.
“The majority of Palestinian child detainees are charged with throwing stones, and 74 percent experience physical violence during arrest, transfer or interrogation,” according to evidence collected by Defence for Children International Palestine. Furthermore, “no Israeli children come into contact with the military court system."
http://rt.com/news/israel-children-torture-palestine-044/ 

للنشر - فقرة الإغتصاب الزوجي الجزء الأول

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للنشر - فاطمة بمواجهة والدها

للنشر فاطمة التي اغتصبت من أبيها و أنجبت منه( الله إنجينا)

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مؤثر جدا ..الحاجة رضا تدعو على السيسي وقادة الانقلاب بعد أن فقدت مصدر رز...

بالفيديو الشرطة تسحل فتاة وتجرها على الارض وتتحرش بها جنسيا فى مدينة نصر

تركيا تصدر أمرا باعتقال قادة الانقلاب العسكري في مصر حال دخولهم أراضيها

الإنقلاب على الفقراء في مصر ، تجميد أموال الجمعيات

علي جمعة: "الله" يؤيد من يصوِّت بـ"نعم" على الدستور!!

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نشرت: الإثنين 16 ديسمبر 2013   عدد القراء : 1923
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مفكرة الإسلام : حرَّض مفتي الديار المصرية السابق علي جمعة الشعب المصري على المشاركة بالتصويت على الدستور الجديد بـ"نعم".
وزعم المفتي السابق - المعروف بعدائه للإسلاميين وتأييده لسلطات الانقلاب الحالية - أن "الله يؤيد كل من يخرج للتصويت بنعم على المسودة؛ لأنه يعمر الأرض، وضد الإلحاد والكفر وتخريب البلاد"، على حد قوله.
وأضاف قائلًا: "اخرجوا جميعًا للتصويت بنعم على الدستور، وادفعوا بعمالكم ومزارعيكم أمام اللجان الانتخابية لتمرير الدستور"، بحسب "المصريون".

وأظهر مقطع فيديو مسرب لـ"علي جمعة" في وقت سابق دعوته قادة الجيش لقتل المتظاهرين المعارضين للانقلاب واصفا إياهم بـ"الخوارج" الذي يستحقون القتل؛ الأمر الذي أجج الرأي العام ضده.

وكشفت شبكة "ميدل إيست مونيتور" مؤخرًا أن علي جمعة ألغى زيارته إلى العاصمة البريطانية لندن خوفا من الملاحقة القضائية على خلفية مواقفه الداعمة للانقلاب العسكري في مصر وفتاواه المبيحة لقتل المتظاهرين من معارضي الانقلاب.
ورغم أن سلطات الانقلاب والتيارات الليبرالية كانت دائما ما تتهم الإسلاميين وخاصة جماعة الإخوان المسلمين بأنهم يستخدمون الدين لخدمة مصالحهم السياسية، وبلغ بهم الأمر لحد وصفهم بالمتاجرة بالدين، نجد أن علي جمعة ووزارة الأوقاف بحكومة الانقلاب تمارس الدور نفسه، فعلي جمعة يحث على التصويت بنعم للدستور باسم الدين، وكذا تفعل وزارة الأوقاف وتستغل منابرها للترويج للدستور الذي أعدته لجنة الخمسين وأفتى العديد من مشايخ ودعاة مصر بوجوب مقاطعته.

مصر.. اعتقال طالب جامعي لاحتواء هاتفه على صور "مرسي

نشرت: الإثنين 16 ديسمبر 2013   عدد القراء : 539
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مفكرة الإسلام : اعتقلت قوات الأمن المصرية طالبًا بكلية الآداب جامعة المنيا؛ لاحتواء هاتفه على صور الرئيس محمد مرسي، الذي أطاح به الجيش في انقلاب عسكري.
وقالت قوات الأمن بمحافظة المنيا في بيان لها: "إن "حسام. س. أ"، 19 سنة، طالب بكلية الآداب عثر بحوزته على تليفون يحمل صورًا للرئيس المعزول وإشارات رابعة العدوية، وتم اقتياده إلى قسم الشرطة"، ووجهت له تهمة إثارة الشغب والتحريض على التظاهر، وفقًا لموقع مصر العربية.
وأضاف البيان أن "المئات من الطلاب نظموا مسيرة خارج الحرم الجامعي دون الحصول على تصريح مسبق، مما دفع قوات الأمن لتفريقهم بقنابل الغاز".

إضراب قيادات الإخوان المعتقلين عن الطعام يدخل أسبوعه الثاني

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نشرت: الثلاثاء 31 ديسمبر 2013   عدد القراء : 356
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مفكرة الإسلام : دخل إضراب قيادات وأعضاء جماعة الإخوان المسلمين المعتقلين في مصر، أسبوعه الثاني؛ وذلك للاحتجاج على المعاملة غير الإنسانية لهم داخل السجون.
وأكد المضربون عن الطعام أنهم وضعوا في زنازين غير صحية أو يتم حبسهم انفراديا، كما حرموا من زيارات أسرهم ومن مقابلة محاميهم ومن الرعاية الطبية.
وكان معتقلو فض اعتصام رابعة قد أصدروا بيانا صحفيا في بداية إضرابهم قالوا فيه إن عددهم 630 معتقلا، وأنهم أعلنوا البدء في الإضراب بشكل كامل للمطالبة بأبسط حقوقهم، جراء ما يتعرضون له من معاملة مهينة هم وذووهم - أثناء الزيارات - من قبل ضباط السجون.
وأكد البيان أنه عندما تم إخطار إدارة السجن رسميا بالبدء في الإضراب تم قطع المياه عنهم بشكل تعسفي لإجبارهم على التراجع عن المطالبة بحقوقهم، مشددين على أنهم مستمرون في إضرابهم رغم الضغوط  لحين تنفيذ مطالبهم.
وأوضحت جماعة الإخوان على حسابها الرسمي على "تويتر" أن مئات من أعضاء الجماعة وقياداتها أضربوا عن الطعام من بينهم النائب الأول لمرشد الإخوان خيرت الشاطر ومساعد الرئيس المصري المنتخب الدكتور محمد مرسي السابق للعلاقات الخارجية عصام الحداد، وعصام العريان نائب رئيس حزب الحرية والعدالة، ومحمد البلتاجي عضو المكتب التنفيذي لحزب الحرية والعدالة، وأسامة ياسين وزير الشباب السابق، والدكتور صفوت حجازي أحد قيادات الإخوان وأيمن علي مستشار مرسي لشؤون المصريين بالخارج، وعبدالمجيد مشالي سكرتير مرسي لشؤون الإعلام، وأحمد عبدالعاطي مدير مكتب مرسي، وأيمن هدهد المستشار الأمني لمرسي.
ومنذ فض اعتصام رابعة بالقوة منتصف أغسطس الماضي، تم اعتقال آلاف من أعضاء الإخوان المسلمين، من بينهم معظم القيادات العليا بالجماعة، ويحاكم هؤلاء حاليا بعد أن وجهت لهم اتهامات بالتورط في أعمال عنف أو التحريض عليها.

زنزانة أشبه بالقبر!
وكشف البلتاجي في رسالة نشرت عبر صفحته على "فيس بوك"عن إيداعه زنزانة انفرادية وصفها بأنها "أشبه بالقبر"، لا يدخلها الضوء وليس بها إنارة، كما قام ضباط السجن بغلق فتحة التهوية الوحيدة بها، مؤكدا أنه يلقى "معاملة انتقامية وانتقائية" بسبب دوره الوطني منذ عام 2005.
وأكد مصدر مقرب من عائلة البلتاجي أنه عقب آخر جلسة محاكمة لهم والكلمات التي وجهوها من داخل القفص للقضاة والرأي العام قامت إدارة سجن العقرب بالتعنت ضدهم، ومنعت أفراد أسرهم من زيارتهم، مخالفة بذلك كل القوانين النافذة.
ونقلت وكالة الأناضول للأنباء عن سيد نصر، عضو "الهيئة القانونية للدفاع عن ضحايا الانقلاب"، قوله: إن المحبوسين في سجني "شديد الحراسة"، و"استقبال طرة" أضربوا عن الطعام احتجاجا على منع أهاليهم من زيارتهم، ووضع حواجز زجاجية للفصل بينهم وبين ذويهم ومراقبتهم خلال الزيارة


SOOMAALILAND IYO SIYAASADEEDA RA'YIGA DADWEYNAHA IYO WARIYE CAG MADHIGE ...

Saturday, December 28, 2013

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Thursday, December 26, 2013

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Wednesday, December 25, 2013

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Sister Aisha Jibreel Alexander, a Airline pilot reverted to Islam. She was a former Christian. Read her amazing story.....

My Name is Aisha Jibreel Alexander, I grew up in a Roman Catholic family, schools and universities. I was always very interested in knowing about religion and always questioned the “dogmas” of the catholic faith, but I  found the same answers every time I asked about the trinity , “ you had to believe and not question your faith because you are committing a sin”, the nuns at the school always replied. With this concept I grew up and  I developed a fear to challenge my faith, so I continued in the road of Christianity with a great faith and trust in God and  on what I learn to believe  “ the Holy trinity.”
In 2001 I had the first meeting with Islam when I worked for a Canadian Company own by Muslims, there I had my first confrontation with Islam, but I was young and very much dedicated to my professional career so I left the questions about religion behind, and I concentrated on finishing my career and taking care of my responsibilities with my family who also relocated with me from Colombia, my mother and my grandmother whose are now 61 and 93 years old. I was very blessed with the family were I was born; these two women taught me the love and respect to God, they started my journey to Islam by teaching me that I could not be or do anything without faith in God. Regardless the school they adhere or followed they taught me all about faith and respect for God.
I got married in 2003, a marriage that unfortunately marked my life with domestic violence but out of the sad episode I had my dearest son who is now eight years old. My husband at the time did not believe in God or I should said he believed on his own way, he drew me far from God even from Christianity, it is the most sad episode of my life, but one day in 2005 I broke out of that situation with the Help of my Mother and I continued life alone with my son, my mother and working hard to achieve  my career goals while  becoming the main provider of my home.
Aviation brought me many opportunities most of them really good, I had the opportunity to live in Malaysia a country that shares three religions, Islam mainly, HInduism and Buddhism, then I lived in South America and I worked in United States as Corporate Pilot, now I am  an Airline pilot flying mainly to Asia, Middle East and Europe. Unfortunately being the only female Pilot almost every where I go I spend lost of time lonely, most of my colleagues spend their spare time in night clubs and bars, and I was looking for something else that I could not find never in a club or at a bar, so I dedicated my spare time to continue my University  studies online, but no time for God other than a small pray in the morning and maybe at night time, no time to go to churches, so I was growing as a career woman but what about the life after???...
When I travel to the Middle East I always felt something  special inside , there I felt like dressing in a more decent manner than I normally did, I used to  wear tight jeans , tight  pants and fashion tops but I didn’t feel like dressing on that way on the Middle East,  not at a place where they call the name of God five times a day...I felt ashamed…..I guess this is how the conversion started .. once in Bahrein while waiting for my airplane to be fixed, I downloaded the Quran and I started praying every day in the morning before going to the breakfast. I was feeling very empty inside;  my life then was limited to wake up, work, eat, exercise and sleep….but what about my spiritual life???, not even  when I returned back to Home, I was not leading my son spiritually in the way I was suppose to. Previously on my search to find God I went from the Catholic church to the Baptist church, and after the ceremony of the baptism we only went  back to church a few times, mainly because of my tight schedule at work  and honestly  there was no connection, something was  missing, I was not there completely.
Was God in my life?? Yes, indeed , but He had better plans for me I think he was just waiting for me to realize that my life was not only to work and pay bill,  he knew  I had more responsibilities with myself and my son, those responsibilities  to build the life after;  so God knocked at my door...and I was afraid to open, I thought just by talking to God on my mind all day and say his name many times in the day was enough to feed my soul….but not it wasn’t enough, God knew I was on urgent need of him saving my life.
The moment I said Islam was for me, it was in the Middle East; when I heard the call for praying, at that moment I had to cover my eyes with my sun glasses in front of the other pilots that were with me on the way to the restaurant, because my eyes covered with tears...I felt like saying; stop! I have to join this pray. I still remember one of them making fun of the songs of the Quran, and I felt so upset inside, I felt like calling him ignorant, don’t you realize is a call for praying to God?… but the words didn’t come out , but the tears kept rolling down my eyes. On that night after dinner I came to my room grabbed the praying rug and bowed dow to God as I asked for his guidance for my spiritual light. After that night my search started more strong than ever, I watched videos, read the Quran on my long flights, looked out for Islamic organizations to find answers, and finally one day in Argentina while resting after a long flight I listed a program about Islam in the country, so I  googled for Islam in South America and I found that I was not the only hispanic interested in Islam, the community was bigger than what any one could imagine. I committed my self to return to Argentina soon and visit the biggest Masjid in the American Continent. so I did, three months passed and I was assigned to a trip to Argentina on the thanksgivings day. After arriving I made an appointment and went to visit the Masjid, met with the Sheij, a person from South Arabia who leads the Masjid, we talk  for about three hours and before I left he asked me if I wanted to embrace Islam, I said right away ,Yes!,  I felt fear for not coming back to Argentina  or maybe not to have that opportunity again.
 My biggest struggle was to change my preconceived conviction of Jesus (Pbuh) being God, at first I felt I was betraying him, I was concerned and scare, I couldn’t wash out those phrases from the nuns back at the school saying “ not to challenge the religion because it was a sin”. This was the most difficult part.
Sheij Mohammed from the Argentina’s Masjid helped me a lot with a little phrase, he said to me; “Ibrahim, Moses, Noah, and Jesus (pbut) where all in this road, do you think is there any reason why you can’t be following them?”…
reading the Quran and finding the recognition that Jesus (pbuh) has, the importance of Maryam  in Islam, she is in Islam more important than for many Christians, reading about the influence of Constantine and how he changed Christianity, all these studies helped a lot in clearing out my mind and feel comfortable with accepting the truth that was always hidden to me, not in purpose, hidden just because that it was the truth that my parents and ancestors knew and “never challenged”.
As far as my lifestyle, I stopped drinking, this happened few months before I accepted Islam, soon after my trip from Bahrein, after I prayed for guidance ,  I met with a good friend of mine; she and I always eat at the same restaurant and had a drink or two with the food,  that day I said “not” I don’t drink any more, and I declared inside of me I was never going to have another alcoholic beverage because I want it to seek  God. Also, I am not eating pork ,I am changing my wardroom, which is very difficult because I love clothing and fashion.  I was always proud of my body and I liked to dress in a way that every one could look at me, now I am starting wearing a Hijab,  wearing losing cloth, abayas and modest long shirt.
At work I am struggling very much, in the company where I work, most people are bias about Islam.
As far as My mother, she is Christian but she said to be glad to my positive changes and she is learning every day more and more about Islam and she feels proud of me being a Muslim and now that my son, 8 years old had also revert by his own willing to Islam she is happy that we are on this safe path seeing for God.
My dreams as new Muslim are  to study Islam sciences and help those families that are struggling with accepting the idea of converting to Islam, I want to focus on children coming to Islam .
I think convert to a new faith is harder for parents with young children because they   can be easy confused, this is why I would like to concentrate in children of converted families in the future.
I also would like as a Muslim Pilot  show the world that Islam is not the submission or oppression that many think it is , and defeat the idea that Islam  rejects career women; all contrary being able to do what I do is something that  only Allah could make possible.
The last thing I would like to share is that I had chosen a Muslim name for me which is Aisha Jibreel. Aisha means New Life, and Islam is a new life for me, and Jibreel, because he is the messenger of Allah and I am in Islam because Allah delivered to my heart a message of Peace by showing me the road to Islam.
 
 

Professional woman pilot reverts to Islam

Monday, December 23, 2013

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Sunday, December 22, 2013

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Sunday, December 15, 2013

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Thursday, December 5, 2013

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Somaliland:RRU Terrorising Civilians Homes In Hargeisa



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The citizens of Hargeisa had been witnessing this year the constant terror-operations of RRU which is a clear violation of human rights as well as the pure negligence of not respecting citizen´s civic rights by breaking into civilians homes and destroying all the goods in it by undertaking operations which always ends with no results, hence just leaves poor family homes in shock and traumatized children´s behind.
During this year all the operations that had been undertaken by the RRU unit forces all ended in disasters with zero results which put the population to be so angry to the civic violations attempts toward civilians homes and the violation of human rights in which the civilians had been facing. All the operations that had been undertaken were against the Somaliland laws which jeopardize the safety and rights of civilians.
SIILAANYO government failed to give  clear responses about all those operations by always been quiet by the so many shameful operations in which RRU´s unit undertook this year and the past year which had no clear purposes but putting civilians terrorized and breaking all the constitutions that this nation had.
The people had been witness of unusual operations which put a big question mark and concern into the population mind´s safety by the recent act of barbarism in which RRU invaded the home of Osman Abdi Ismael (INA AWR LIQE). People got so shocked when the wife of Mr. Osman Abdi Ismael had given an interview which was broadcasted live in Somaliland, describing the cruelty and irresponsibility in which RRU treated them without having any respect to the children and women who were all sleeping by just putting a gun into their heads.
This sort of act was not the first of its kind in which RRU undertook but there were several other operations which always ended purposeless with zero evidences justifying their raids that always shows poor investigations and the release of the victims who ends clueless by not knowing why they been arrested.
Siilaanyo government had never addressed his people to the so many violations of human rights in which so many families and civilians had been victim of. But today it has been all clear that the law and the constitution have been all broken by the government itself, by not respecting the civic rights & human rights of the citizens which started to make a big echo that the government isn´t ensuring the peoples´ physical and mental integrity, life and safety!
ADEN DEEQ

Somalia: UN Envoy Appeals for Calm Following Clashes in Northern Region


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1 December  2013
 “Deeply concerned” by the recent outbreak of violence in Somalia’s northern Sool region, the top United Nations official in the country called today for calm and urged all parties to resolve political issues through dialogue and reconciliation.
“Violence cannot and will not resolve political issues. All those with a stake in the area must show calm and pursue reconciliation,” said Special Representative of the Secretary-General for Somalia, Nicholas Kay, in a statement issued by the UN assistance mission in the country (UNSOM), which he heads.
Mr. Kay deplored the loss of life and offered his condolences to the families of those killed in recent clashes. Some news agencies have reported at least 10 deaths and dozens of injuries in the latest fighting in the area.
“Political differences and competing claims should be solved by dialogue. Peace and stability are also critical to the Puntland election process”, added the envoy.
According to the statement, Mr. Kay and UNSOM colleagues are in touch with regional leaders to urge restraint and offer support for dialogue and reconciliation.
Mr. Kay wrapped up on 22 November a three-day visit to Puntland with stops in the cities of Garowe, Galkayo and Bosasso ahead of the Puntland Parliamentary selection process in December and the presidential elections scheduled to take place 8 January 2014.
 UN News service

Child abuse: Stop being spectators & call 1919


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Sabria S. Jawhar

Published — Monday 2 December 2013
Last update 1 December 2013 10:05 pm
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We share a common wall with neighbors in our apartment building, and it’s our unfortunate predicament that we must hear their family traumas and dramas virtually everyday.
There is screaming and yelling and giant thuds. The family, as far as we can tell, include mom, dad and three or four children. The children can be as loud as their father, so it’s pretty much of a screaming and rather physical family.
I don’t know how to describe this family other than to say that it appears to be an abusive environment. In the hall, the children are sullen and defensive to any kind of remarks. It’s not uncommon for them to be locked out of their apartment when they come home from school, sitting for hours begging their mother to allow them inside.
But I, like my neighbors who can’t be deaf to what goes on inside that apartment, have not reported our suspicions to the police (although I did report it to our apartment owner). In any society where abuse occurs there are neighbors, acquaintances, friends and even extended family members who won’t acknowledge domestic abuse that occurs in front of them.
There is the human instinct of wanting to mind our own business and reluctance that maybe the abuse we see is misinterpreted. If we were wrong, we would shame the family. Last month, my husband and I were shopping in the supermarket when we saw father slap his adult daughter across the face. The daughter briefly registered shock, but then moved on with her shopping. I could sense that she had been through such public shame before, but the other shoppers pretended that nothing had happened.
Last August, Saudi Arabia passed a legislation that made domestic abuse a crime. The Shoura Council urged the pubic to report abuse to the police or a teacher. It was a revolutionary step by the council to protect the weak and vulnerable from abuse. It’s too early to tell whether there is a spike in reports of child and domestic abuse since August, but I suspect that Saudi society has not caught up with the law. There is a resistance to inform on neighbors because family privacy is so ingrained in our culture.
Yet we must recognize that children’s deaths due to abuse is on the rise in Saudi Arabia. Twelve children were killed due to abuse in 2012, up from six in 2011 and five in 2010. Hospital protection centers reported 200 cases of child abuse in 2012, with 80 percent registered as physical violence and 20 percent reported as sexual abuse. These figures do not include the emotional and verbal abuse children suffer.
Part of the problem lies in our culture’s reliance on corporal punishment as a means of disciplining children and the inability of some parents and even teachers draw the line between what is effective physical discipline and what is abuse.
Corporal punishment of children in the home is outlawed in many Western countries, although it remains legal in 49 of the 50 states in the United States. Corporal punishment in schools is still legal in 19 states in America.
Having grown up in the Saudi school system, corporal punishment of students was normal, although my parents never used it when I was a child. As a result, using corporal punishment as a means of disciplining a child has less appeal to me, especially as I grow older and continue to see the effects of abuse of children.
At the end of the day, most well adjusted adults can make the distinction between corporal punishment and abuse. And it’s better to be safe than sorry when one witnesses abuse. First instincts are often the right instincts. If it smells like smoke, there’s fire, so acting on an impulse that one has witnessed abuse is the right impulse.
To report suspected abuse, individuals should call the 1919 emergency hotline.


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Wednesday, December 4, 2013

Florida man kills wife and son with crossbow, then slits throat


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By Ed Payne, CNN
December 5, 2013 -- Updated 0735 GMT (1535 HKT)
Police investigate after a man killed his wife and son with a crossbow.
Police investigate after a man killed his wife and son with a crossbow.
STORY HIGHLIGHTS
  • Authorities say Pedro Maldonado killed his wife and son with a crossbow
  • He then drove 460 milles to Tallahassee in an attempt to kill his other son
  • Maldonado later called a friend, admitting to killing two family members
  • He took his life in a Lake City hotel room, authorities say
(CNN) -- A South Florida man killed his wife and son with a crossbow, drove 460 miles to try and kill his other son, and then slit his own throat.
The violent, long-distance rampage took Pedro Maldonado Sr. from one end of the state to the other.
While the Broward County Sheriff's Office continues to piece together a time line, detectives believe Maldonado shot and killed his 47-year-old wife, Monica Narvaez-Maldonado, and their 17-year-old son, Pedro Maldonado Jr., with a crossbow in their Weston townhouse sometime on Monday. Weston is located about 13 miles west of Fort Lauderdale.
The sheriff's report says Maldonado, 53, then drove about 460 miles north to Tallahassee in an attempt to kill his older son, José Maldonado, who attends Florida State University.
"His dad did try to shoot him with the same handheld crossbow and the arrow hit Jose's ear," Dani Moschella, a spokeswoman for the sheriff's department, told CNN affiliate WSVN. "Then his father tried to choke him, and José luckily was able to get away."
José Maldonado never reported the attack to police, but it was his father's confession to a friend on Tuesday that set authorities on his trail.
The Broward Sheriff's report says Pedro Maldonado called a friend in Miami and admitted to killing his wife and son. A short time later, authorities found their bodies in the South Florida townhouse.
Later in the day, authorities learned that Maldonado might be in the Lake City area, about 100 miles east of Tallahassee. The Columbia County Sheriff's Office found his SUV at a hotel.
After trying to contact Maldonado for hours, they entered his room and found him dead early Wednesday. He slit his own throat, authorities said.
"I knew them. They were good neighbors. I never heard anything from the house -- no screaming, no fighting, nothing," neighbor Ana Maldonado, who is not related to the family, told WSVN. "Terrible. I don't see why parents have to get the kids involved. If you have a problem, solve it.
"Do what he did far away, by himself, but leave the family alone."
CNN's Carma Hassan contributed to this report.

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Sunday, December 1, 2013

Don't make khat a class-C drug, MPs urge government

Birmingham Somali community leader 'backs khat ban'
The government should reverse its decision to ban the herb khat because it "has not been taken on the basis of evidence or consultation", MPs say.
Home Secretary Theresa May wants to re-grade the plant, a stimulant popular among Yemeni and Somali communities, as a class-C drug.
But the Home Affairs Committee say this is contrary to scientific advice that it causes no social or medical harm.
The UK could become a khat-trafficking hub if it is not banned, ministers say.
The home secretary announced in July that the plant would be controlled under the Misuse of Drugs Act.
This came after the Advisory Council on the Misuse of Drugs concluded in January that it should not be banned, as there was "insufficient evidence" it caused health problems.
'Potential friction' The government's Frank drugs advice website warns that khat, which is said to give users a feeling of alertness and happiness, can also cause insomnia, high blood pressure and constipation and suppress the appetite.
But the Home Affairs Committee's chairman, Labour MP Keith Vaz criticised the government's stance, saying: "It is extremely worrying that such an important decision has not been taken on the basis of evidence or consultation.
"The expert Advisory Council on the Misuse of Drugs conducted a thorough review of the evidence and concluded that no social or medical harm resulted from the use of khat. We support the advisory council's findings."
Mr Vaz said the best solution would be to introduce a licensing system for importers as a "middle way" between unregulated trade and an outright ban.
He added: "The UK should not become a hub for the distribution of illegal khat. It is wrong to place legal importers in the impossible position of choosing between a life of potential hardship or one of crime.
"It is baffling that potential friction, between already disadvantaged communities and the police, has not been fully considered."
Mr Vaz also warned that a ban in the UK could result in an increase in membership of the Somali militant group al-Shabab among young men previously employed in the khat trade.
About 2,560 tonnes of khat, worth £13.8m, was imported to the UK in 2011-12.
It is already banned in most of Europe and in a number of other countries, including the US and Canada.
Mrs May announced her decision to ban it in July, saying that, otherwise, the UK risked "becoming a single, regional hub for the illegal onward trafficking".
People caught in possession of a class-C drug can be sentenced to up to two years in prison and face an unlimited fine. Dealing or supplying can mean up to 14 years in jail.

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The government should reverse its decision to ban the herb khat because it "has not been taken on the basis of evidence or consultation", MPs say.
Home Secretary Theresa May wants to re-grade the plant, a stimulant popular among Yemeni and Somali communities, as a class-C drug.
But the Home Affairs Committee say this is contrary to scientific advice that it causes no social or medical harm.
The UK could become a khat-trafficking hub if it is not banned, ministers say.
The home secretary announced in July that the plant would be controlled under the Misuse of Drugs Act.
This came after the Advisory Council on the Misuse of Drugs concluded in January that it should not be banned, as there was "insufficient evidence" it caused health problems.
'Potential friction' The government's Frank drugs advice website warns that khat, which is said to give users a feeling of alertness and happiness, can also cause insomnia, high blood pressure and constipation and suppress the appetite.
But the Home Affairs Committee's chairman, Labour MP Keith Vaz criticised the government's stance, saying: "It is extremely worrying that such an important decision has not been taken on the basis of evidence or consultation.
"The expert Advisory Council on the Misuse of Drugs conducted a thorough review of the evidence and concluded that no social or medical harm resulted from the use of khat. We support the advisory council's findings."
Mr Vaz said the best solution would be to introduce a licensing system for importers as a "middle way" between unregulated trade and an outright ban.
He added: "The UK should not become a hub for the distribution of illegal khat. It is wrong to place legal importers in the impossible position of choosing between a life of potential hardship or one of crime.
"It is baffling that potential friction, between already disadvantaged communities and the police, has not been fully considered."
Mr Vaz also warned that a ban in the UK could result in an increase in membership of the Somali militant group al-Shabab among young men previously employed in the khat trade.
About 2,560 tonnes of khat, worth £13.8m, was imported to the UK in 2011-12.
It is already banned in most of Europe and in a number of other countries, including the US and Canada.
Mrs May announced her decision to ban it in July, saying that, otherwise, the UK risked "becoming a single, regional hub for the illegal onward trafficking".
People caught in possession of a class-C drug can be sentenced to up to two years in prison and face an unlimited fine. Dealing or supplying can mean up to 14 years in jail.