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Saudi Arabia’s covert war in Yemen








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A file photo of a militant in Yemen
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The poorest and most restive country in the Arabian Peninsula, Yemen, is no stranger to violence and bloodshed. With so many factions aiming to assert and impose their political, tribal or religious will over that of others, Yemen has witnessed unprecedented upheaval, chaos and mayhem since 2011, when the Islamic Awakening movement shook former President Ali Abdullah Saleh’s regime to its very core.
When revolutionaries challenged Saleh’s rule, demanding his resignation, little did they realise that by calling for the fall of a despot, they actually shifted Yemen’s balance of power on its axis, utterly changing political alliances and perspectives.
Until 2011 Yemen was a two-family country: Saleh and Al Ahmar. When President Saleh first rose to the presidency in 1978, and it became clear that he would not, like so many of his predecessors, allow dissent to shatter his house, Saudi Arabia had to create a counter-balance to his ever growing power. If anything needs to be understood of Yemen-Saudi Arabia dysfunctional friendship, is that the Kingdom can only truly feel secure with Yemen in a state of manageable chaos and poverty.
The most populous country in the Peninsula and a professional army which counts within its ranks tens of thousands of men, Yemen could, if allowed, become a regional super-power, notwithstanding its vast untapped and under-exploited natural resources. A country of great riches and geo-political importance, Yemen would eventually come to challenge Saudi Arabia, if let to flourish; a threat Al Saud will never tolerate.
Ever since the fall of Yemen’s Imam Muhammad al-Badr in 1962, Saudi Arabia has worked to weaken and impoverished the country with such a passion that it literally brought a once pride and rich nation to the brink of oblivion.
Privy to Yemen’s tribal make-up and tribal leaders’ ambitions, Al-Saud turned to Al-Ahmar clan in the 1990s to act a buffer to then-President Saleh’s growing claims over a newly united Yemen – in 1990, North and South Yemen came together to form the Republic of Yemen.
In direct response to Saleh’s General People’s Congress (GPC), Al Saud helped late Sheikh Abdullah Hussein Al Ahmar found a political faction which would act as its rival and political contender: Al Islah party, a radical faction. Al Islah is the exact mirror image of the GPC. Where the GPC is republican in its principles, Al Islah set its foundations on radicalism, where the GPC aimed to promote nationalism, Al Islah chose tribalism. On polar opposite of the political spectrum, Al Islah became the GPC antithesis, Salehs’ political nemesis.
Three decades later, as Yemen stands to make a fresh start, Saudi Arabia is working hard to contain rising local powers and political factions so as to remain in control of the impoverished nation’s future.
The Houthis, a group organized under Sheikh Abdel Malek leadership, represents today a direct threat to Saudi Arabia and its empire. Intent on reclaiming control over their destiny following decades of repression and sectarian-motivated oppression, the Houthis have since 2011 successfully transitioned from a small para-military group based in the northern province of Sa’ada into to a powerful and popular political faction – under the new denomination Ansar Allah.
Unlike other political factions in Yemen, Ansar Allah has resonated strongly with Yemenis as it offers a real alternative to the country’s old political guard. It is Ansar Allah’s attractiveness which deeply troubles Saudi Arabia and its cohorts of ultra-orthodox. Should Yemenis be allowed to experience political pluralism, away from a controlled environment that is – unlike other parties, Ansar Allah never fell under Al Saud’s financial and ideological control, something the Kingdom has felt most uneasy about – Yemen would be lost to Riyadh.
Unable to buy out Ansar Allah, Saudi Arabia chose therefore to enrol its Salafis in a covert war, with one aim in mind: use sectarianism to lay waste to Yemen’s real chance at political pluralism and national cohesion.
Moreover, beyond the immediate political challenges the Houthis represent for Saudi Arabia, the group’s regional strongholds sit directly over territories rich with untapped oil resources. Should the Houthis be given the opportunity to exploit such vast wealth, Saudi Arabia would lose its position as Yemen’s main financial patron.
When covering clashes between Houthi militants and Salafis, most media have failed to grasp the real endgame of Saudi Arabia’s covert war in Yemen.
Using the same tactics as in Syria, Bahrain and Lebanon, Al Saud has allowed its Takfiri legions to spread unrest as to further its own agenda and ambitions in the region. Last week Riyadh went one step further in its attack against Ansar Allah by directly targeting its political leaders.
Last Tuesday, Ahmad Sharafeddin, a Houthi NDC (National Dialogue Conference) representative and former dean at the law faculty at Sana’a University was gunned down by armed militants in the heart of the capital.
Sources close to the matter have alleged that Saudi Arabia orchestrated the attack, as a warning to the Houthi leadership.
Bearing in mind that the Houthis have recently scored a major victory against Yemen Salafis by reclaiming control over the northern city of Dammaj, where the Salafis ran their main religious centre, Dar Al Hadith, such claim would fit within Al Saud retaliation Modus Operandi.
Sharafeddin’s assassination hit a nerve with the public, prompting supporters of the Houthi movement to take to the street and denounce Saudi Arabia political mind games.
Saudi Arabia’s heavy-handed policy in Yemen has left visible trenches; moreover, its open support for the radical ultra-orthodox and its ever more disturbing apparent patronage of al-Qaeda has worked to establish a link in between radical factions and terror militants, thus putting Riyadh’s policy and real intentions in the region under a new troubling light.
At a time when Yemen is preparing to draft its new constitution, as to assert its democratic future and seal its people’s call for change, Saudi Arabia races to eliminate contenders to its authority and control.
Regardless of one’s political affiliations or religious beliefs, allowing sectarianism to define a people would simply deny that people all hopes for social justice and thus perpetuate injustice and tyranny.
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Philippines, Muslim rebels agree to peace in comprehensive pact

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(AP) / 25 January 2014

Under the peace agreement, the Moro insurgents agreed to end violence in exchange for broader autonomy.



Miriam Coronel-Ferrer, front left, chairperson of Philippine Government Peace Panel, and Mohagher Iqbal, front right, chief negotiator for the Moro National Liberation Front (MNLF), exchange signed documents as Malaysian facilitator Abdul Ghafar Tengku Mohamed, front center, witnesses after the 43rd GPH-MILF Exploratory Talks in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on Saturday, Jan. 25, 2014.  -  AP
The Philippine government and the country’s largest Muslim rebel group completed talks Saturday on a deal to end four decades of fighting that has killed tens of thousands of people and helped foster Islamic extremism in Southeast Asia.
The accord between Filipino negotiators and the rebel Moro Islamic Liberation Front calls for Muslim self-rule in parts of the southern Philippines in exchange for the deactivation of the rebel force. Military presence in the proposed autonomous region would be restricted.
Much now will depend on how the accord is enforced, in particular whether the 11,000-strong rebel forces are able to maintain security in areas that would come under their control. At least four other smaller Muslim rebel groups are still fighting Manila’s rule in the southern Mindanao region, and could act as spoilers.
Officials from both sides announced the conclusion of talks in Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia, which has brokered the yearslong negotiations. The accord and three other pacts signed last year make up a final peace agreement that is to be signed in the Philippine capital, Manila, possibly next month, presidential spokesman Edwin Lacierda said.
“This will give the just and lasting peace that our brothers in Mindanao are seeking.” said Lacierda, referring to the volatile southern region and homeland of minority Muslims in the predominantly Roman Catholic nation.
Chief government negotiator Miriam Ferrer said that concluding the talks “marks the beginning of the bigger challenge ahead, which is the ... implementation.”
Saturday’s accord has been the most significant progress made over 13 years of negotiations to tame a tenacious insurgency that has left more than 120,000 people dead and derailed development in Muslim-populated southern regions that are among the most destitute in the Philippines.
The United States and other governments have supported the talks, worried that rebel strongholds could become breeding grounds for Al Qaeda-linked extremists who have sought sanctuary in the region in the past.
Under the peace agreement, the Moro insurgents agreed to end violence in exchange for broader autonomy. An existing five-province Muslim autonomous region is to be replaced by a more powerful, better-funded and potentially larger region to be called Bangsamoro.
Despite the milestone, both the government and the rebels acknowledged that violence would not end overnight in a region that has long grappled with a volatile mix of crushing poverty, huge numbers of illegal firearms, clan wars and weak law enforcement.
One rebel group vowed to keep fighting.
“We will continue the struggle,” said Abu Misri, spokesman of Bangsamoro Islamic Freedom Movement, which broke off from the Moro Islamic Liberation Front three years ago. “What we want is an Islamic state, an Islamic people, an Islamic constitution,” he told The Associated Press by telephone Saturday.
Rebels from another group, the Moro National Liberation Front, took scores of hostages in September when they seized coastal communities in southern Zamboanga city after accusing the government of reneging on its commitments under a 1996 autonomy deal. Thousands of troops ended the 10-day uprising with a major offensive that killed more than 200 people, most of them insurgents.
The accord Saturday outlined the gradual “decommissioning” of the rebel forces, some of whom could be absorbed into a regional security force. Another pact concluded involved the extent of control the proposed autonomous region would wield over resource-rich waters like the Sulu Sea.
Chief rebel negotiator Mohagher Iqbal said the latest accord “is the most sensitive, emotional and, as far as I know, it entails a lot of sacrifices on the part of the (rebels) because to pay for real peace in Mindanao we have to decommission our forces.”
He said their weapons will be “put beyond use” under an arrangement to be overseen by an International Decommissioning Body.
Evan Jendruck from the IHS Jane’s Terrorism and Insurgency Centre said the success of the new peace agreement hinges on the ability of the former Moro insurgents to put other armed groups under control. While the military would still have a presence in the new autonomous region, security would basically be in the hands of a Bangsamoro force composed of former insurgents.
“Will MILF be able to fill the power vacuum? If they don’t do that, then the peace process won’t go forward,” Jendruck said.
Iqbal said the peace process would not end with the signing of a peace accord. He said that a government-rebel council still needed to complete drafting a law creating the new autonomous region. The legislation then needed to get approval from Philippine Congress, where it is expected to come under intense scrutiny.
Despite the optimism, “let me caution ourselves this early that the final destination of this journey of peace is not within immediate reach yet,” Iqbal said.
A preliminary peace accord that was about to be signed in Malaysia was turned down in 2008 by the Philippine Supreme Court, sparking rebel attacks on Christian communities that provoked a major military offensive and shattered a cease-fire.

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Egypt's Sisi to announce presidential bid 'within days'

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Egypt's Sisi to announce presidential bid 'within days'

A prominent Egyptian journalists wrote in his article that he believes that al-Sisi had already taken a decision to run in the presidential elections, especially after the vast public approval of the new constitution.

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A prominent Egyptian journalists with close ties to the military expected Sunday that Egypt's army chief Gen. Abdel-Fattah al-Sisi to declare his bid to run in this country's next presidential elections within days.
"Al-Sisi will announce his decision to run in the presidential elections, possibly even before the presidency invites potential candidates to submit their applications," Yasser Rizq, the chairman of the state-owned Akhbar al-Youm, wrote in a full-page article in Al-Akhbar on Sunday.
Posters of the top general were carried by thousands of people who took to the streets on Saturday to commemorate the third anniversary of the January 25 revolution, which ended the autocracy of longstanding president Hosni Mubarak in 2011.
Interim president Adly Mansour will address the nation later on Sunday amid expectations that he would announce the date of the presidential elections, which will consequently mean the amendment of the transitional roadmap adopted by the army and the nation's political forces and religious establishments following the ouster of elected president Mohamed Morsi on July 3.
The transitional roadmap included the amendment of the 2012 constitution, which was drafted by an Islamist-dominated panel, holding parliamentary elections and then presidential elections.
The amended constitution, which was approved around 20 million Egyptians earlier this month, stipulates that the interim president has the right to change the order of the elections.
In a series of meetings with Mansour, the representatives of the various political forces said they prefer the presidential elections to be held prior to the parliamentary polls.
Rizq wrote in his article that he believes that al-Sisi had already taken a decision to run in the presidential elections, especially after the vast public approval of the new constitution.
"Next spring, Egypt will have a new elected president backed by a sweeping majority," Rizq wrote in his article. "I believe al-Sisi will be that president."

Algeria's Muslim Brotherhood to boycott presidential polls




Updating: 11:32, 26 January 2014 Sunday
Algeria's Muslim Brotherhood to boycott presidential polls
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Algeria's Muslim Brotherhood to boycott presidential polls
Algeria's Muslim Brotherhood asserted linked the decision to "the authorities' monopoly of the presidential elections in total disregard of the opposition's demands."

World Bulletin / News Desk Algeria's largest Islamist party announced on Saturday boycotting the upcoming presidential elections, scheduled for April 17, citing "lack of any opportunity for political reform through the polls."
In a statement following a meeting of its Shura Council, the Movement of Society for Peace - Algeria's Muslim Brotherhood - asserted linked the decision to "the authorities' monopoly of the presidential elections in total disregard of the opposition's demands for guarantees for fair polls."
On Wednesday, the ruling National Liberation Front (FLN) said it would back President Abdelaziz Bouteflika for a fourth five-year term.
Bouteflika, 76, has ruled the North African country since 1999.
He has not yet officially announced plans to run for a fourth term.
Former premier Ali Benflis has announced plans to contest the April 17 election.
Ahmed Benbitour, a former prime minister who resigned in 2000 following disagreements with Bouteflika, also intends to run for the top post.

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Philip Boit and Bjorn Daehlie: Cross-country friends



Bjorn Daehlie (L) and Philip Boit. Photograph: Uglum Morten, Aftenposten, Scanpix
As Zimbabwe and Togo prepare to make their Winter Olympic debuts in Sochi, Kenya's first international skier recalls the unexpected friendship that turned him into a poster boy for snow sports in Africa.
When Philip Boit put on his skis at the Nagano Winter Olympics 1998, it was only two years since he had first seen snow.
Boit was born into a farming family in Eldoret in western Kenya, home to some of the world's fastest runners, but when the sportswear company Nike came looking for a runner prepared to to train as a cross-country skier, the 26-year-old stepped forward.
"It was a bit challenging at first because I had never experienced cold weather like that in my life," he says, remembering his first trip to Finland, where he went to train.
"Even putting on skis was so difficult! But after some time, I learned to adapt."
Some pundits said Nike was using Boit as a "marketing pawn", but he quickly excelled at this tough endurance sport. After training on roller skis in sunny Kenya, as well as in Finland, he qualified for the 10km classic style event at the Winter Olympics.
His rivals included the world's most successful cross-country skier, Bjorn Daehlie, who was and remains a huge icon in Norway, where the sport is as popular as football.
"The whole Norwegian team had heard about this strange guy from Africa who was trying to participate," he recalls.
"We thought that was quite interesting and we were eager to see if he would succeed!"
Chaos preceded the start of the race, when the athletes were unexpectedly soaked by heavy rain.
Philip Boit competing at the 1998 Winter Olympics
Boit was unaccustomed to skiing on wet snow, and had more problems with it than most.
"I fell down so many times," he laughs.

"Going uphill, the skis were collecting snow. It was like I had put on high heeled-shoes!"
As expected Bjorn Daehlie won the event, becoming the first man to win six gold medals at the Winter Olympics.
 
But instead of going straight to the medal ceremony, he waited for the final competitor to finish the race - Philip Boit.
"We heard on the speaker that he was near the stadium and I felt really impressed that he was able to finish the race in these conditions and I wanted to wait to have him over the finish line - this African, brave skier," says Daehlie.
Boit describes the crowd "going wild" when he eventually entered the stadium and says he can remember getting a sudden burst of energy.
"They were shouting 'Kenya GO!, Philip GO!' It was like I was winning a medal even though I was last."
He finally crossed the finish line 20 minutes after Daehlie and was embraced by the Norwegian star.
"My coach had been telling me about him and I had seen him on the television and I couldn't believe that he was the top guy and he was holding me," he recalls.
The two skiers have different versions of what happened next. Boit insists he immediately thanked Bjorn Daehlie. Daehlie says his first words were about the next Winter Olympics, scheduled to take place in the US in 2002.
"He said, 'I will beat you in Salt Lake' and I was quite astonished. That was quite a funny answer!"
Bjorn Daehlie's gesture of sportsmanship quickly became global news. The media clamoured to interview them together.
Bjorn Daehlie (L) and Philip Boit at the finish line in Nagano in 1998
By the time Philip Boit returned to Kenya he was already a huge celebrity. Fans met him at Nairobi airport to accompany him to his home village, singing and dancing as they went.

"I kept telling them I had come last!" says Boit. "But they were so proud and they were telling me, 'You should say you are the champion, because there were no other Kenyans there, so you won for the Kenyans!'"
Despite his difficulties in Nagano, Boit continued his skiing career and qualified for the Salt Lake Winter Olympics. He didn't get the chance to take on Daehlie though, as the Norwegian star was recovering from a roller-skiing injury.
Boit competed internationally until 2011, funding his training between sponsorship deals by selling his family's cows.
He wasn't the first black African to compete at the Winter Olympics - Senegalese skier Lamine Gueye beat him by 14 years - but his 1998 Olympic appearance, and the touching moment on the finishing line, helped to inspire a new generation of winter sport stars in Africa.
Since 1998, Cameroon, Ethiopia, Ghana and Madagascar have debuted at the Winter Olympics, and Zimbabwe and Togo will compete for the first time in Sochi.
"They all say we came to like these sports because we saw the television in 1998 and we said that if Kenya can do it, we can do it too," says Boit.
"They tell me: 'You are a pioneer, because without you, we could not venture into winter sports.'"
Bjorn Daehlie in the 1998 Winter Olympics  
Bjorn Daehlie won the 10km classic style event at the 1998 Winter Olympics

Just weeks after the 1998 Winter Olympics, Boit named his first child after the Norwegian icon.
"All my friends and family said he had to be a very good-hearted man because he waited for me in Nagano, and that I should keep his name in my family," says Boit.
Now 16, Daehlie Boit has visited his namesake several times, most recently during the World Championships in Oslo in 2011, when he was joined by his parents and younger siblings Olympia, Faith and Alex.
The teenager has also been coached on the slopes by Daehlie senior. So is he set to follow in his father's footsteps?
"I don't think he will be a cross-country skier, but I am sure he will be a really nice man," laughs Daehlie.
Boit and Daehlie have now retired from the sport, but they have continued to ski together in charity competitions in Norway and recently trained together in Greenland.
"I think that was the coldest Philip has ever been," says Bjorn Daehlie.
"After just a few minutes on the slopes he ran inside and hid under the bed covers for most of the trip!"
Daehlie hasn't yet visited his friend in Kenya, but Boit is confident he will one day.
"Bjorn wants to come so that we can do roller ski training and a bit of running and hiking, but he is scared of lions and snakes in the forest! But I told him they belong to the [safari] park so we won't find them," he says.
"I need him to visit my family and Kenya and to enjoy this with him. He is a dear friend."

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Bjorn Daehlie (L) and Philip Boit
Philip Boit and Bjorn Daehlie were interviewed for the BBC World Service's Sporting Witness programme.
Listen to the programme on the BBC World Service on Saturday 25 January or catch up on iPlayer.

Philip Boit

Philip Boit
  • Born in Eldoret, Kenya in 1971
  • Former middle-distance runner with an 800m personal best of 1:46.06
  • Participated in Winter Olympics in Nagano, Salt Lake City and Turin
  • Participated in World Championships in Ramsau, Sapporo, Liberec and Oslo
  • Now runs a farm, teaches roller-skiing and has been an adviser to Kenya's Olympic Committee

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Egypt violence: Deadly blasts hit police in Cairo

Orla Guerin at the scene of one of the attacks: ''A huge crater was left after the blast''
Five people have been killed and about 90 wounded after three blasts in the Egyptian capital that appeared to target the police force.
The attacks began with a powerful car bomb that exploded outside the police headquarters in central Cairo, killing four people and wounding at least 76.
Within hours, two other blasts occurred elsewhere in the city, killing one person and injuring 15.
The attacks come on the eve of the third anniversary of the 2011 uprising.
The revolution forced the country's decades-long ruler Hosni Mubarak to resign.
An al-Qaeda-inspired militant group Ansar Beit al-Maqdis (Champions of Jerusalem) has said it carried out the attack on the police headquarters.
The group previously claimed responsibility for a car bomb attack on a security building in the northern city of Mansoura in December that killed 16 people and injured more than 100 others.
The authorities blamed the Muslim Brotherhood for that attack - something the group strongly denied - and declared it a terrorist group shortly afterwards.
An angry group gathered outside the bombed police headquarters, accusing the Islamist movement of being behind Friday's attacks. Some shouted "Death to the Muslim Brotherhood".
The Muslim Brotherhood condemned what it called the "cowardly bombings".
Tense time The police headquarters was hit by a powerful blast at about 06:30 local time (04:30 GMT). Black smoke could be seen rising over the city soon after.
Egyptian Interior Minister Muhammad Ibrahim said it appeared to be the work of a suicide bomber.
"A pick-up truck had two passengers inside, stopped outside the security cordon, and the suicide bomber blew himself up," he said.
Scene of car bomb blast in Cairo on 24 January 2014  
The police building and neighbouring buildings were badly damaged by the powerful blast (Photos by BBC Arabic's Mohamed Assad)
Scene of car bomb blast in Cairo on 24 January 2014 
 The first attack was the deadliest, killing four people and wounding more than 50
Scene of car bomb blast in Cairo on 24 January 2014  
The interior minister said it was believed to be the work of a suicide bomber
Scene of car bomb blast in Cairo on 24 January 2014 
 Police are on heightened alert already with demonstrations expected ahead of Saturday's anniversary of the start of the 2011 uprising
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Gunfire was reportedly heard soon after the blast, and more than 30 ambulances raced to the scene.

The blast left a huge crater and caused extensive damage to the front of the building.
The nearby 19th Century Islamic art museum was also damaged. "The building has been destroyed form the outside, but with regards to the antiquities we'll have to wait and see until we can carry out a thorough inspection," said Antiquities Minister Mohamed Ibrahim.
The BBC's Orla Guerin, reporting from Cairo, says the security directorate is a very significant target and should have been one of the best protected buildings in the city.
As people in Cairo were taking in news of the blast, a second explosion occurred in the Dokki district of the capital.
One person was killed and 15 were wounded in a blast that, according to one report, targeted police vehicles near the metro station.
A short while later, officials said a third device had been set off beside a police station near the famous Giza pyramids. No-one was hurt.
The attacks come at a tense time, with security forces already on heightened alert ahead of the anniversary of the start of the uprising against Mubarak, our correspondent says.
The interior minister said security is being stepped up around the squares where people are expected to gather to mark Saturday's anniversary.
"We have a plan to secure all of this for the anniversary of the 25 January revolution," Mr Ibrahim said. "I am telling the people not to be afraid and go down."
Conditions The Muslim Brotherhood and its partners had been planning demonstrations after Friday prayers across the country. It was not clear if they would go ahead.
Supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood are angry at the army's overthrow of Islamist President Mohammed Morsi last July - a year after he became Egypt's first democratically elected leader.
Although the group has now been banned, interim Prime Minister Hazem Beblawi said any member could take part in forthcoming elections under certain conditions.
"He accepts the new constitution... refuses the use of force and he accepts the idea of a secular government, democratic one, open, no discrimination, no mixing of religion and politics, and accepting human rights," Mr Beblawi said in a BBC interview before the attacks.
Amnesty International on Thursday condemned the military-backed government's period in office as one of "unprecedented" violence. It accused troops of regularly committing abuses and said rights and liberties in the country were being eroded.

Ansar Beit al-Maqdis

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  • Name means Champions of Jerusalem
  • Has claimed responsibility for recent deadly attacks around Egypt, and rocket attacks on Israel
  • Group said it was behind bombing of police station in Mansoura in Dec 2013 which killed 16 people

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Al-Qaeda-linked jihadists impose Islamic rules, ban music, shisha in Syrian province







Published time: January 21, 2014 18:20
A member of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL).(AFP Photo / Mahmud AL-Halabi)
A member of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL).(AFP Photo / Mahmud AL-Halabi)
An Al-Qaeda-linked group has issued new decrees restricting the personal freedoms of the Syrians in the areas under its control in Raqqa province. New laws prohibit music and smoking cigarettes and shisha. Violators will be “punished by sharia law.”
The Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (abbreviated as ISIS or ISIL) has issued four statements that decree new laws on Monday. The new laws come into force three days later, the group said, i.e. January 23.
Starting on that day, women are obliged to wear the niqab, or full face veil, and cover their hands with gloves. They will also not be allowed in public without a male guardian. Walking late at night will also be prohibited for the women of Raqqa, the first and only city to have fallen completely under the jihadist group’s control.
“Any sister who does not comply with this moral code will be punished by the rules of sharia, her male guardian will also be punished,” reads the statement, cited by the Syrian Observatory of Human rights.
In its second statement, the jihadist group has also prohibited music from being played in public and photographs of people being posted in shop windows.
It has also declared selling music CDs or musical instruments illegal, and the playing of scandalous music in cars or shops will be strictly forbidden.
The ISIL has explained the ban saying that musical instruments and singing are “proscribed in Islam because they distract from remembering God and the Quran.”
The sale of cigarettes and shisha water pipes has also been banned across the beleaguered province.
“Whoever insists on selling these products will have the quantity in his possession burnt and will be punished under sharia law,” reads the third statement.
The group demands that all shop owners shut their stores 10 minutes prior to calls to prayers and absolutely all men must head to the mosque and “fulfill God's commandment rather than sitting in the street and talking while Muslims are in their mosques.”
“Whoever is found outside at the time of prayer” will be punished.
The Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant retook full control of the Syrian city of Raqqa, after fierce fighting for the northern provincial capital on January 14. Clashes between ISIL and coalitions of rival Islamist and moderate rebels erupted nearly two weeks ago.
The group is holding hundreds of rival rebels, activists and journalists captive, among them Westerners, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said last week.
In its report in December, Amnesty International accused an Al-Qaeda-linked jihadist group of abductions, torture, killings, sharia courts, and secret prisons with “inhuman” conditions. The report revealed victims included children as young as eight.

Syrian Kurds declare autonomy on eve of Geneva 2


Published time: January 21, 2014 22:43
Edited time: January 22, 2014 04:56
Members of the Kurdish People's Protection Units (YPG) walk together in Al-Rmelan, Qamshli province November 11, 2013.(Reuters / Stringer)
Members of the Kurdish People's Protection Units (YPG) walk together in Al-Rmelan, Qamshli province November 11, 2013.(Reuters / Stringer)
Syrian Kurds declared an autonomous provincial government in the country’s northern territory on Tuesday, according to reports. The move comes ahead of the Geneva 2 peace talks, in which they will not have direct representation.
A municipal council will run the territory’s affairs from one of three administrative districts. The body - The Cizîre Canton of West (Syrian) Kurdistan - will have its own president and 22 ministries, including foreign affairs, defense, justice and education. Kurdish, Arab, and Assyrian representatives will be appointed to each ministry. Kurdish, Arabic, and Syriac have been designated as the canton’s official languages. Elections will be held in four months, Reuters reported, citing the Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.
Kurds have used the confusion and chaos of the Syrian civil war as an opportunity to assert more control over the northeastern area of the country.
The announcement came following a meeting of the Legislative Assembly of the Democratic Autonomous Government of Western Kurdistan, “attended by all members of the Assembly which is made up of 52 parties, civil society organizations, youth and women’s movements and 15 independent individuals,” Firat news agency reported.
The formulation of an autonomous governmental body follows requests - which were ultimately denied - for a Kurdish delegation at the Geneva 2 peace talks in Switzerland, separate from the Syrian government and opposition.
The dominant political party in Kurdish Syria, the Democratic Union Party (PYD), blamed regional powers like Saudi Arabia and Turkey, as well as the United States, for blocking its attempts to take part in the convention, which seeks to smooth tensions between warring factions fighting in the country.
In Syria, Kurds make up around one-tenth of the population, and have suffered repression for decades. Since the outbreak of civil war in 2011, Kurds have largely had to fight on their own, as President Bashar Assad’s government has focused on fighting against militants and Islamist groups.
Some Kurdish parties will attend the Geneva talks as entities of the Western-backed National Coalition, though the PYD rejected adhering to any resolutions that are reached in Switzerland.
The talks, set to begin Wednesday, have been preceded by acrimony following a rescinded United Nations invitation to Iran and evidence that appears to implicate the Syrian government in the torture and killing of thousands of detainees.
The PYD is allied with the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK), which has criticized the peace talks for being a choice between two evils for Kurds. The PKK has fought Turkey for over three decades, leading to the deaths of 40,000 people.
"At a time when all sides are being invited to the conference, the Kurds' demand for participation has been overlooked," the PKK said in a recent statement.
The Syrian opposition's “attitude is no different from that of the (President Assad’s) Baath regime. They don't take seriously the demands of the Kurdish people, just like Turkey's attitude."
The PKK likened the Geneva 2 conference to the Treaty of Lausanne in 1923, which is responsible for the modern Iran, Turkey, Iraq and Syria borders, leaving Kurds’ ethnic homeland splintered among the four countries.
Kurds “lived one century suffering the outcomes of Lausanne," the statement said. "Therefore, they will not allow Geneva 2 to be another Lausanne for them."
For thousands of years the majority of Kurds have lived in the so-called Kurdistan Region, an area along the border of four Middle Eastern countries – Turkey, Syria, Iraq and Iran. The Kurdish population in the region is around 40 million, making Kurds one of the world's largest ethnic groups without its own state.

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AlShabaab slaughters a mother whose daughter fled to Sweden














Mother Sahra Mohamed Jama who was removed from public transport she was riding in Barawe district of Lower Shabelle region is not the first parent to be slaughtered by Al-shabaab.
Barawe {Sunatimes} A body of a mother of whose daughter wanted by Al-Shabaab was found in Barawe district in Lower Shabelle region on October 1, 2013.
The mother named Sahra Mohamed Jama was faulted by Al-Shabaab of financing her daughter to flee to Sweden after the daughter escaped from Al-shabaab prison in 2011.
The girl wanted by Al-shabaab entitled Farah Ahmed Faarah and she used to own a small scale restaurant in Bulo Haji village in Lower Shabelle region of Somalia.
Al-shabaab officers toldsunatimes.comthat Farah Ahmed was adored by one of the senior officers of Al-shabaab who killed the husband of Farah Ahmed Faarah in the year 2012.
The dead husband of Farah who was killed by Al-shabaab was named Hassan Jamal Mohamed, as residents of Bulo Haji toldsunatimes.com.
Security officials of Al-shabaab accused the slaughtered mother of giving her daughter money and that the mother and the daughter have been communicating by telephone.
It is unknown how Al-shabaab got the information but sources told that they got the information from money transfer and telecommunication companies.
Mother Sahra Mohamed Jama who was removed from public transport she was riding in Barawe district of Lower Shabelle region is not the first parent to be slaughtered by Al-shabaab.
Number of mothers and fathers who refused Al-Shabaab to marry their daughters were previously killed by the terrorists of Somalia

Thursday, January 9, 2014

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واشنطن بوست: السعودية سبب الاضطرابات والحروب في الشرق الأوسط

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واشنطن بوست: السعودية سبب الاضطرابات والحروب في الشرق الأوسط
كتب : ريم رمضان
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رأت صحيفة "واشنطن بوست" الأمريكية - في مقال تحت عنوان "السعودية تثير الاضطرابات في الشرق الأوسط" أنها تقف وغيرها من دول الخليج الغنية وراء الثورة المضادة الدامية في مصر، رغم انه كان لا يمكن تخيل أن هذه الملكيات المحافظة على استعداد للقتال ضد الإخوان المسلمين.

وقالت الصحيفة إن أحداث الأسابيع القليلة الماضية هي نهاية الإطاحة بمبارك في ثورة يناير في ما اعتبره كثير من السعوديين أنه نتيجة تخلي الولايات المتحدة عن حليفها التقليدي في المنطقة، ومن ثم شعرت السعودية ودول الخليج الأخرى أن نفوذ الولايات المتحدة بدأ في التضاؤل، وأنها يجب أن تؤمن نفسها.

وقد أصيبت السعودية والإمارات والبحرين بخيبة أمل شديدة  من موقف الولايات المتحدة بعدم احتضان الحكومة العسكرية التي اطاحت بالرئيس مرسي في مصر، بل ويرون  أن هذا دليلا إضافيا على أن النفوذ الأميركي آخذ في التراجع عالميا، بعد التدخل في الصراعات الداخلية للمسلمين بالعراق وأفغانستان.


 وأضافت أن دعم دول الخليج لقيادات الجيش المصري وحملته القمعية ضد المدنيين مثير للقلق، بل أنه من المواضيع المهيمنة على الحياة السياسية العربية الحديثة، حيث كان الهدف من تدخل السعودية ودول الخليج في النزاعات العربية الأخرى هو الحفاظ على نفسها من الاضطرابات.


ويذكرنا التاريخ بقائمة التدخلات السعودية في الكويت وغيرها، حيث قامت بتمويل منظمة التحرير الفلسطينية في لبنان إلى أن نشبت حرب أهلية استمرت 15 عاما ضد الحكومة التي يقودها مسيحيون، كما قامت بتمويل حرب صدام حسين لمدة ثماني سنوات في ايران، ثم ساهمت في تأجيج الحرب في الكويت خلال فترة التسعينات، ثم نادت بالغزو الأمريكي للعراق عام 2003 للاطاحة بصدام حسين، وبعدها دعمت الجماعات السنية هناك.

واليوم تخشى السعودية إيران نظرا لثقافتها الفارسية التي قد تجعلها منافسا إقليميا لها. لهذا تدعم القوى السنية في لبنان ضد حزب الله، كما تلعب المملكة دورا رئيسيا في دعم الثوار السوريين ضد بشار الأسد فقط لكرهها له بسبب تحالفه مع إيران.


فضلا عن التنافس الداخلي الإقليمي والعداء السعودي تجاه قطر وتركيا، بسبب مساندتهما للإخوان المسلمين في جميع أنحاء المنطقة، وتقديم الدعم المالي والسياسي لمرسي. وأضافت الصحيفة أن هذه المشاجرات قد تبدو في بعض الأحيان تافهة وقصيرة النظر، ولكن لها عواقب مدمرة.


وأشارت إلى أن المشكلة الأساسية بالنسبة للمملكة العربية السعودية وأنظمة الخليج الأخرى هو أن لديهم ثروة هائلة لن تستمر مع الأنظمة السياسية المحافظة. لهذا يقاومون التغيير، بالرغم من أن سكانهم قد أصبحوا أكثر ارتباطا إلكترونيا مع العالم الخارجي  من أي وقت مضى.


وأخيرا علقت الصحيفة أنه يجب على على الولايات المتحدة ألا تعير مصالح دول الخليج اهتماما، بل أن فكرة الحملة الامنية التي تدعمها السعودية في مصر والتي من شأنها أن تدفع الإخوان المسلمين ثانية تحت الارض وأن تحمي الملكيات المحافظة تبدو قصير النظر.

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Egypt summons Iran’s charge d’affaires


Al Arabiya

Egypt summoned on Monday the Iranian charge d’affaires to protest what Cairo said was Iranian interference in its domestic affairs, the foreign ministry said.

Iranian foreign ministry spokeswoman Marzieh Afkham had said last Saturday that her country was worried by the recent escalation in violence between Egypt’s army and protesters supporting former Islamist President Mohammad Mursi.

At least 17 people were killed on Friday in clashes between the police and supporters of Mursi, who was ousted by the army in July. “The Iranian comments were an unacceptable interference in Egypt’s internal affairs,” Egypt’s foreign ministry spokesman Badr Abdelatty told Reuters.
The government of ousted President Mursi had revived ties with the Islamic regime in Iran raising concerns among Egypt’s traditional Arab allies, such as Saudi Arabia and the UAE, which have troubled ties with Iran.
Last week, Egypt also summoned the Qatari ambassador in Cairo to protest against a statement by the Gulf State expressing concerns over the designation of the Muslim Brotherhood as a terrorist group.
Qatar said the designation of the Muslim Brotherhood as a “a prelude to a shoot-to-kill policy” against demonstrators.
It said that “inclusive dialogue” between all sides was the only solution to Egypt’s crisis.
Tensions have mounted between both countries since the July 2013 ouster of Mursi, whom Qatar firmly supported.
Many Muslim Brotherhood members have taken refuge in Qatar following their regime’s ouster.
Last Update: Monday, 6 January 2014 KSA 19:41 - GMT 16:41

Turkey govt sacks 350 police officers overnight

 Al Arabiya

The prime minister has dismissed dozens of police chiefs across the country since the graft probe first emerged in December. (File photo: Reuters)
The Turkish government fired 350 police officers in Ankara overnight, including heads of major departments, local media reported Tuesday.
The dismissals came amid Turkey’s corruption scandal which has put Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan and his allies, including his sons, under fire. 

Among those fired were chiefs of the financial crimes, anti-smuggling, cybercrime and organized crime units, the private Dogan News Agency reported.

The officers were fired by a government decree made public at midnight.
The decree also stipulated replacements for 250 of the fired officers, the news agency said.

The firings are seen as an attempt by the government to curb the high level corruption probe that threatens Erdogan’s 11-year rule.

The corruption investigation is believed to stem from the tension between Erdogan’s government and followers of the influential Muslim scholar Fethullah Gulen, who despite being exiled in the United States, is thought to have many well positioned allies in the government, police force and judiciary.

Erodgan has condemned the investigation as an international conspiracy to bring down his government.
The prime minister has dismissed dozens of police chiefs across the country since the graft probe first emerged in December. 
 
(With AFP)
Last Update: Tuesday, 7 January 2014 KSA 12:36 - GMT 09:36

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شباب يروون لـ" سبق" خفايا وأسراراً مثيرة عن عالم "الدرباوية"
ريم سليمان، دعاء بهاء الدين- سبق- جدة: تكشفت لـ"سبق" تفاصيل ومعلومات مثيرة عن شبان يتحدون الخوف ويركبون كل أنواع المخاطر، لا بل كل أنواع المحرمات داخل مجتمعنا، دون خوف أو رهبة أو شعور بالجرم الذي يفعلونه، هم شباب "الدرباوية" الذين طالما سمعنا عنهم وارتبطوا في أذهاننا بالمفحطين، إلا أننا وللأسف اكتشفنا أن الموضوع أعمق وأخطر بكثير، حيث تجاوزوا كل أنواع المسموح وتعدوا الخطوط الحمراء ودخلوا إلى عالم الظلمات.
 
في هذا التحقيق تكشف "سبق" أسراراً جديدة ومثيرة عن عالم الدرباوية على لسان شباب دفعتهم البطالة والفراغ إلى الوقوع في هذا المستنقع، إلا أن الله  من عليهم بالتوبة وعادوا إلى الطريق المستقيم.
 
وقد اختصوا "سبق" بالحديث للكشف عن تجاربهم المريرة، ولتحذير الشباب من ولوج هذا الطريق الوعر والمحرم.
 
عالم مثير
اعترف لـ"سبق" أحد التائبين ومن ابتعد تماماً عن مجتمع الدرباوية بكل ما له وما عليه، حيث تحتفظ سبق باسمه، قائلاً: منذ أكثر من ثلاث سنوات بهرتني فكرة تحدي الخوف، والبعد عن التقاليد والعادات البالية، ودخلت بالفعل إلى عالم الدرباوية، مشيراً إلى أنه انبهر في البداية بذلك العالم المثير، إلى أن فوجئ بأن الموضوع تعدى تحدي الخوف بكثير، ووصل إلى ما هو أبعد من التفحيط، وباتت المخدرات بأنواعها سمة أساسية لأهل الدرباوية.
 
وسكت برهة ثم قال: لم يقتصر الأمر على شرب الخمر والمخدرات فحسب، بل تجاوز الموضوع لما هو أبعد بكثير، حيث الزنا وكل ما هو مقزز ويثير الاشمئزاز، حيث يتم استدراج الفتيات بالسيارات الفارهة والتفحيط واصطيادهن وفعل ما هو محرم.
 
ورفض أن يستمر في حديثه إلينا قائلاً إنه ترك هذا المجتمع منذ أكثر من سنة وتاب وندم على ما فعله، إلا أننا أصررنا أن نسمع منه لغرض تحذير الآخرين، وحتى يكون له دور إيجابي في التوعية، فقال: هناك أكثر من فئة داخل الدرباوية، فهناك من هو درباوي وهناك الريس ولكل منهما شبابه الملثمون، ويتم التفرقة بينهم حيث يكتب كل واحد على ثيابه إذا كان "درباوي أو ريس"، حيث تختار كل فئة من تريده أن ينتمي إليها من الشباب الصغير في السن ما بين 14 إلى 19 سنة، ويتم إغراؤهم في البداية بالتفحيط ثم المخدرات وفي النهائية استدراجهم.
 
ثوب النجاسة
وبنبرة رجل يأبى الانكسار قال في ندم: احتقرت نفسي وأنا انزلق إلى مستنقع الرذيلة بكافة أنواعها، وطاردتني الكوابيس، وأصبحت أعيش صراعاً نفسياً رهيباً، مبدياً خوفه من انتقام المنتمين لهذا العالم وقال: يرتعش جسدي ويسكنني الخوف عندما أتصور أني قد أموت في أي لحظة، بيد أن خوفي من ربي دفعني للإقلاع عن ذنوبي التي بلغت عنان السماء، وختم حديثه داعياً ربه أن يغفر له خطيئته، بعدما تاب توبة نصوحة، وأكد علينا عدم ذكر اسمه حيث أشار إلى أن هناك خطراً عليه، بعد أن فضح الدرباوية بأعمالها.
 
عالم قذر
وبصوت خافت يملؤه الشعور بالندم والرغبة في التوبة قال أ-ع لـ"سبق" : البطالة كانت هي السبب الرئيس لتورطي في الدرباوية، لتضييع الوقت في البداية وركوب المخاطر، كما كانوا يقولون، وبالفعل دخلت إلى هذا العالم القذر الذي يصعب على أي منتم إليه أن يستمر على نظافته وأخلاقه.
 
وأضاف: كانت أول مرة أتناول فيها المخدر بعد دخولي مع شباب الدرباوية بأسبوع، حيث لا يليق بدرباوي أن يمتنع عن الشرب، وعند سؤاله عن الأماكن التي يشترون منها المخدرات، قال: من أبسط الأمور هو أن تحصل على الحشيش وتشتريه من مشجعي التفحيط الذين يأتون ليشاهدوا المفحطين ويحملون إلينا كل ما نريد.
 
ورداً على سؤال حول الأماكن التي كانوا يجتمعون فيها، ومدى خوفهم من الأمن قال: دائماً ما نجتمع في الأماكن البعيدة جداً عن البلد وعن أعين المجتمع، أما عن الشرطة والخوف منها قال: فقدنا الإحساس بالخوف والحياة بأكملها، لم تكن "تفرق معانا" وقتها فهناك من كان يستهزئ بالشرطة وهناك من كان يراوغهم !!
 
توبة وندم
وبصوت ممزوج بالبكاء تحدث لـ"سبق" عن توبته قائلاً: أثناء انغماسي في شهواتي، تعرض صديقي لحادث سيارة، توفي على إثرها، وكان من أعز أصدقائي، وقد انصرف عني عندما اندمجت في هذا العالم المشبوه، مبدياً ندمه وتوبته عما اقترفه من ذنوب وقال: وفاة صديقي زلزلت كياني، وجعلتني أفكر في حياتي القذرة التي أعيشها، وظللت أياماً تنتابني نوبات نفسية عندما أتذكر حقارتي وذنوبي التي أخجلتني من نفسي أمام الله.
 
وتابع: ولأول مرة منذ سنوات صليت الفجر وارتعش جسدي أثناء مناجاة ربي، ودعوت الله أن ينقذني من نفسي ومن ذنوبي التي أهدرت آدميتي، معرباً عن سعادته لانتشال نفسه من مستنقع الموبقات بعد عام من ممارسته لكافة أنواع المحرمات، داعياً الله أن يتقبل توبته، ويثبته على درب الصلاح والهداية.
 
لحظة حاسمة
أما ط – أ فقال لـ"سبق": دخلت هذا المجتمع الذي وجدته كالإدمان عن طريق الأصحاب، مضيفاً أنه كان سعيداً جداً بالتفحيط وبممارسته، إلا أنه رفض تماماً أن يدخل في غير التفحيط من ممارسات غير أخلاقية وخلافه، مؤكداً أنها كانت فترة عصيبة جداً في حياته، وأحمد ربي أني خرجت من هذه النار الملتهبة.
 
وأراد في بداية كلامه أن يذكر السبب الرئيس الذي جعله يترك هذا العالم القذر، قائلاً: شاهدت أمام عيني مضاربة بين صديقي وآخر، ونتج عنها موت صديقي، شعرت وقتها أنه لا معنى للحياة والوقت قصير جداً أمامي، ووجدتها لحظة حاسمة، ومن وقتها قررت أن ابتعد.
 
وقال: هناك العديد من الأمور تتعلق بهذا المجتمع من مشاكل صدم السيارات وصدم الجمهور ومضاربات بالأسلحة، وكشف لـ"سبق" عن أنه قد تم القبض عليه ثلاث مرات من قبل الأمن بسبب التفحيط، كما قد قبض عليه خمس مرات أخرى في مضاربات بالسلاح ولكنها سرعان ما تنتهي بالتصالح.
 
ورداً على سؤال عما إذا كانت البطالة هي السبب في وجود الدرباوية، قال: لاشك أن هناك الكثير من العاطلين، إلا أنه هناك أيضاً المعلم والموظف وغيرهم الكثير، إلا أنك تشعر أنك في عالم مليء بالمحرمات، فأكثر من 85% من الدرباويين يمارسون اللواط، حيث يتم استدراج الشاب "المزيون" وإغرائه بالتفحيط ثم يقع المحظور على حد قوله.
 
وأنهى حديثه محذراً الشباب من الوقوع في المحظور والذي عادة ما يبدأ بدعوة إلى مشاهدة التفحيط، وبعدها يتم سحب الرجل إلى الرزيلة بأنواعها.
 
سلوكيات غريبة
أكد أستاذ علم اجتماع الجريمة في جامعة الإمام الدكتور إبراهيم الزبن أن فئة الشباب من أكثر الفئات العمرية حيوية والأكثر تأثراً بالمتغيرات الاجتماعية المحيطة بالمجتمع، ولذا هم الأكثر قابلية لابتكار واستقطاب الظواهر الاجتماعية الغريبة عن المجتمع، كما أنهم يعتقدون أن المجتمع لا يتيح الفرص لهم للتعبير عن أنفسهم بالشكل الذي يرغبونه، لذا يلجؤون إلى سلوكيات غريبة للفت النظر إليهم والحصول على الاهتمام المفقود من المجتمع بحسب تصورهم.
 
وضرب مثلاً للسلوكيات الغريبة والصرعات التي تظهر من فترة لأخرى بين الشباب ومن آخرها ظاهرة الشباب الذين أطلقوا على أنفسهم "الـــــدربــــاويـــة" والتي يقصد بهذا المفهوم ركوب المخاطر بدون خوف باسم الرجولة، حيث يعتبر هذا النموذج الجديد من السلوك المنحرف الذي يفتخر المنتسبون له بأنهم استطاعوا أن يلفتوا الانتباه، من خلال ما يقومون به من سلوكيات منحرفة وغريبة عن المجتمع، كما أنهم استغلوا كل الوسائل المتاحة لنشر أفكارهم الغريبة ومحاولة جذب المزيد من الأعضاء الجدد سواء داخل المملكة أو في خارجها.
 
جرائم حدية وتعزيرية
وعن ملامح تلك الفئة قال: هناك خصائص سلوكية من أبرزها إطالة الشعر وارتداء الملابس القذرة والتدخين بشراهة وشرب المسكرات وخاصة العرق وتعاطي المخدرات وخاصة الحشيش وحمل الأسلحة وخاصة السكاكين والمطواة وغيرها من الأسلحة البيضاء واتباع سلوكيات تحمل طابع التحدي والمغامرة مثل التفحيط، كما أنهم يميزون أنفسهم بشكل يتناسب مع هذا التغير في سلوكهم، ويعمدون إلى إطلاق ألقاب ومسميات غريبة معينة على أنفسهم لكي يتميزون عن الآخرين.
 
وحول الآثار الخطيرة للدرباوية، أشار الزبن إلى أن أفرادها قد يمارسون بعض الجرائم الحدية أو التعزيرية مثل تعاطي المخدرات وممارسة اللواط وارتكاب جرائم سرقة السيارات والمحلات التجارية والسلب باستخدام السلاح وإيذاء الآخرين باستخدام الأسلحة عند الشجار مع الآخرين مما قد يترتب على ذلك ارتكابهم لجرائم القتل.
 
إجراءات رادعة
وطالب بضرورة مواجهة تلك الظواهر الانحرافية وتوجه الجهود التي يقوم بها المجتمع لمكافحة مثل هذه الظواهر الاجتماعية والصرعات الغريبة والسلوكيات المنحرفة باتجاهين، الأول وقائي يتم من خلاله إيجاد بيئة اجتماعية رافضة لهذا النوع من السلوكيات بالشكل الذي يحمي المجتمع منها ويهيئ أفراده، وخاصة الشباب منهم لمقاومة أي تيارات سلوكية منحرفة مهما كان مصدرها.
 
أما الاتجاه الآخر فهو علاجي يتصدى لمثل هذه الانحرافات بأساليب وطرق تمكن المجتمع وأفراده من احتواء مثل هذه الظواهر، قائلاً: لابد من وجود معالجات ملائمة توفر لمن تورط بهذه الانحرافات تعديل سلوكهم والتوقف عن ممارسة السلوكيات المنحرفة واستبدالها بسلوكيات سوية مستقيمة لا تتعارض مع ثقافة المجتمع، كما يتضمن ذلك مجموعة من الإجراءات الرادعة تتمثل بتعريض هؤلاء الشباب للتوقيف والمحاسبة والعقوبات المناسبة بحسب الجرم المرتكب، وبالشكل الذي يكفل صلاحهم وعدم عودتهم مرة أخرى للانحراف.
 
أفكار منحرفة
من جهته أفاد المشرف الفني على مركز الدين والسياسة للدراسات الدكتور خالد المشوح، أن هناك أسباباً عديدة تدفع الشباب والمراهقين إلى الجنوح والانحراف الفكري أو السلوكي، يأتي على رأسها الفراغ واليأس لعدم تحقق أهدافهم وطموحاتهم، إما بسبب عوامل نفسية تتمثل في التكوين النفسي والقدوة الحاضرة أو الفشل في الحصول على فرصة تعليمية أو وظيفية أو تكوين أسرة، فيلجؤون للتعبير عن فشلهم وعدم قدرتهم على تحقيق آمالهم من خلال الانتماء إلى اتجاهات متطرفة أو سلوكيات منحرفة أو تصرفات عنيفة.
 
وحذر من هؤلاء الشباب اللذين سيكونون عرضة أكثر من غيرهم لأن يصبحوا أرضاً خصبة لتلقي آراء شاذة أو أفكار منحرفة أو توجيههم من قبل الفئات الضالة، من خلال استثمار المخزون السلبي داخلهم من الفشل واليأس وانعدام الهدف والسخط على المجتمع، ومن ثم تحويله إلى قنابل موقوتة تلحق الضرر بهم وبذويهم ومجتمعاتهم ودينهم وأوطانهم.
 
وطالب المشوح بإعادة بناء إستراتيجية المواجهة من خلال الوقاية والأمن الفكري أو تقويم الانحراف، وقال: آن الأوان للبحث عن طرق لتجديد أدوات الخطاب والتوجيه والتقويم وتوظيف وسائل التكنولوجيا الحديثة وتطويعها بالشكل الذي يصل إلى قلوب وعقول الشباب، كما يتناسب مع طبيعة المرحلة ووسائلها، مفضلاً أن يكون الخطاب بلغة شبابية قريبة ومحببة، بحيث يتم توظيف الشباب أنفسهم في صياغة خطابهم ولو بشكل غير مباشر لتقديم المواد الإيجابية لزملائهم وأقرانهم ممن يقعون ضحية لهذه الانحراف.
 
 تعويض نفسي
أرجع الأمين العام للمركز الوطني لأبحاث الشباب الدكتور نزار بن حسين الصالح هذه السلوكيات لغياب الوعي والرقابة الذاتية، وضعف التربية والتوجيه والإرشاد الأسري، وضعف الوازع الديني، لافتاً إلى أن هذا يجعل هؤلاء الشباب وغيرهم يلجؤون للتعويض نفسياً عن فشلهم، بابتكار أعمال وسلوكيات غير مألوفة، يمكن أن تتعارض مع الدين وعادات المجتمع، وأوضح أن هدفهم التميز عن الآخرين، والتقليد لممارسات سلوكية في مجتمعات أخرى، رغبة في الشهرة، وجذب انتباه المجتمع.
 
وشدد على أهمية تكثيف تعاون الجهات الأمنية والقضائية مع مراكز الأبحاث ومراكز تطوير المهارات للعناية بالشباب وإعادة تأهيلهم، وأكد على تأهيل الشباب مهنياً ليصبحوا قادرين على المساهمة في الأعمال المختلفة، فيتعلموا الاهتمام بالوقت، ويصبحوا قادرين على تحمل المسؤولية.
 
قنابل موقوتة
وحول مسؤولية الأسرة في ممارسة الشباب لهذه السلوكيات الشاذة أبان عضو برنامج الأمان الأسري الوطني عبدالرحمن القراش أن الأسرة هي نواة المجتمع، ويقع على عاتقها المسؤولية في إصلاح أو فساد الأبناء، محذراً من سلبية الآباء وتجاوزهم عن أخطاء أبنائهم دون تأديب تربوي، والذي ينتج قنابل موقوتة بالفساد، وأول ضحاياها الأولاد قبل أن يمتد أثرها للمجتمع، وأكد أن الأبناء يتأثرون بما حولهم من عوامل ومصادر للتعلم سواء كانت مقروءة أو مرئية أو مكتسبة من المدرسة أو المجتمع، مشدداً على أن الأسرة بضرورة الاطلاع على واقع أبنائها، وخاصة فيما يتعلق بالسلوكيات الدخيلة على المجتمع.
 
وبسؤاله عن كيفية احتواء الأسرة لابنها عند انزلاقه في عالم الجريمة أجاب القراش: يجب تضافر جهود الآباء والأمهات، وأهل العلم والدعاة والتربويين والإعلاميين للمحافظة على بناء الأسرة الصالحة في المجتمع، داعياً الأسرة للتعامل باعتدال يمزج بين العقل والمشاعر، وتوجيه النصح والإرشاد، ومشاركة الأبناء لتكوين شخصية سوية لهم، وأضاف أما إذا لم يستجب الأولاد للتوجيه والإرشاد، فيلجأ الأبوان إلى التوبيخ والهجران، والحرمان من بعض الأمور المحببة إليهم، وكذلك الضرب غير المبرح إذا لزم الأمر، لإعادتهم إلى مسارهم الصحيح.