Posts Tagged 'Ali Alyami'

Video: Robert Spencer og Ezra Levant om terrorplaner Iran ~ USA & Saudi Arabien

Det iranske regime står bag nye terrorforsøg i Amerika, dels i USA i Washington D.C. og dels i Argentina i Buenos Aires.

I USA gik de planlagte aktioner ud på at dræbe den saudiarabiske og den israelske ambassadør via bombeangreb. Den saudiarabiske ambassadør skulle dræbes ved en bombeeksplosion på en restaurant. Mellem 100 og 150 mennesker ville have været til stede, skriver Family Security Matters.

Desuden skulle både den israelske og den saudiarabiske ambassade i USA bombes.

De to landes ambassader i Buenos Aires, Argentina skulle have samme fine, islamiske behandling.

  • Den absolut vigtigste årsag er hævn for WikiLeaks. Her i citatet omtales præcis den saudiarabiske ambassadør, der skulle myrdes – fra The Christian Science Monitor den 29. november 2010:

according to a cable recording a conversation between Saudi Ambassador to the US Adel al-Jubair and a US diplomat, Saudi King Abdullah repeatedly urged the US to attack Iran. “He told you to cut the head off the snake,” al-Jubair told the diplomat – the snake, of course, being Iran.

  • Hævn for Saudi Arabiens hjælp til Bahrain, der derved undgik et arabisk forår

Den med Bahrain har jeg set i amerikansk presse. Men den med WikiLeaks har jeg indtil for kort tid siden kun set i The Christian Science Monitor i en ret god artikel. Der er jo i den grad tale om en eksistentiel trussel imod Iran. Det er virkelig underligt, at den forklaring ikke er den centrale på pressens dagsordenen.

Vestens iagttagere kan ikke tænke længere. Det er blandt andet en konsekvens af  politisk korrekthed. Det er jo svært at læse sig til viden, der kun sjældent trykkes.

Pressen spekulerer i, om Khamenei & Ahmadinejad kan have vidst noget om planerne. Selvfølgelig gjorde de da det. Har det nogen betydning, at terrorplanlæggerne gemte sig bag et mexikansk narko-kartel og en brugtvognsforhandler? Nej. Og vil Kina & Rusland være med til FN-sanktioner imod Iran? Som det betyder noget. Og hvad vil præsident Obama gøre? Sikkert ingenting.

Senior American officials themselves were struggling to explain why the Quds Force, an elite international operations unit within Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps, would orchestrate such a risky attack in so amateurish a manner.

Det skriver The New York Times. Sagen er at det iranske shia-regime føler jorden brænde under sig. Indre fjender – de har befolkningen imod sig. Ydre fjender – sunnierne i Saudi Arabien og israelerne vil have styret bombet. Forholdet til Tyrkiet er mere end køligt. Det arabiske forår har styrket Det Muslimske Broderskab og svækket Irans indflydelse i Mellemøsten. Styret i den pro-iranske Syrien vakler og det svækker Hizbollah, der i forvejen marginaliseres af “foråret”. Det iranske regime kan falde når som helst – de har næsten ingen støtter.

Det er panik før lukketid, det vi ser.

Det er ikke meget af det, der skrives, der har nogen større læseværdighed. Jeg er dybt skuffet. AEI har som næsten de eneste nogle artikler med lidt løft i, men ingen skærer det indlysende ud i pap:

Se så for Helgoland af at få de mullaher og deres revolutionsgarde væltet!

Vi snupper lige videoen først:

Fra 12. oktober 2011:

Ezra Levant with Robert Spencer on Iran’s terror plot

Og så lidt artikler – mest om fjendtligheden mellem Saudi Arabien og Iran:

Iran’s Provocative Rhetoric

By Ali Alfoneh | October 12, 2011

In the hours following the United States Department of Justice press release on the foiled terror plot “directed by elements of the Iranian government to murder the Saudi Ambassador to the United States,” the Islamic Republic officials have energetically dismissed the allegations against Iran.

Hassan Qashqavi, deputy foreign minister, stressed: “Despite some conflicting points of view, relations between the Islamic Republic of Iran and [Saudi] Arabia are based on mutual respect between Muslims and such deeds [the allegations against Iran], which are designed to instigate conflict in the region, will not have the slightest impact.” Ramin Mehmanparast, Foreign Ministry spokesman, called the allegations “a ridiculous theater” directed by “the American-Zionist axis;” while Ala al-Din Boroujerdi, parliamentary National Security and Foreign Policy chairman, bizarrely said the United States allegations serve the purpose of “diverting public attention from the revolt against Wall Street.”

Mere HER hos AEI. CNN her.

Saudi Arabia and Iran: Competing Autocracies

by Ali Alyami – October 11, 2011

Despite their public pronouncements and overt disputes, the Saudi and Iranian autocracies share the same objectives: to prevent democracy from taking root in their and other Arab and Muslim countries.

Their overriding goal is to severely undermine the Western democratic influence, especially that of the US, in Arab and Muslim countries. They consider democracy a mortal threat to their oppressive rule.

The Saudi and Iranian regimes compete over the hearts and minds of oppressed Muslims, including their own, and use whatever they can to outdo each other by painting themselves as the protectors of Islam and Muslims worldwide.

Mere HER hos Hudson New York. Og en tredje artikel om samme emne:

The religious roots of Iran’s rivalry with Saudi Arabia

By Vali Nasr – October 13, 2011

The furor over the alleged Iranian plot to kill Saudi Arabia’s ambassador to the United States has made one point clear: The most important strategic divide in the Middle East today is between Iran and Saudi Arabia. At issue is religion and power. Iran’s clerical rulers see their regime as the product of the first and only Islamic revolution, and the true vanguard of Islamic politics in the Muslim world.

For it’s part, Saudi Arabia is the birthplace of Islam; the Saudi king carries the title of the keeper of the two holiest shrines in Islam (those of Mecca and Medina). The Saudi monarchy was also born of a puritanical religious revolt and continues to see itself as the true standard bearer of Islam.

Mere HER i The Washington Post.

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Opdatering – flere kilder: The American, The Washington Post, The Washington PostThe New York Post, The Washington Institute for Near East PolicyThe Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs, The New York Times, The Weekly Standard, USA Today, Foreign Policy, Family Security Matters, Family Seurity Matters, Family Security MattersNational Review OnlineJyllands-Posten, CNS news,

Egypten: Det blev en isvinter

“If Egypt fails, so does the Arab Spring”, skriver Foreign Policy i en artikel, der er svagt optimistisk. Den optimisme deles ikke af iagttagere, der har fingeren på pulsen:

Running for Their Lives

by Raymond Ibrahim – September 28, 2011

Historically, non-Muslims whose lands were seized by the jihad had three choices: conversion, dhimmitude, or death. Today, however, they have a fourth option largely unavailable to their forbears: quit their lands of origin—emigrate—the latest testimony to the nature of Islam.

A recent report indicates that unprecedented numbers of Copts, Egypt’s indigenous Christian population, are emigrating from their homeland in response to the so-called “Arab spring”:

Mere HER hos Middle East Forum. Kan også læses her hos Jihad Watch. Mere om kristnes vilkår:

Caliphate made of garbage, to turn Europe, America, Canada and Australia into towering trash dumps consisting of Islamic radicals and Muslim immigrants

The Trash of Islam

Daniel Greenfield – September 28, 2011

Two years ago the Egyptian city of Cairo, the largest city in the Arab world and the “timeless city” of Obama’s Cairo speech, the heart of the Arab Spring, was suffering from a garbage crisis. The crisis had a very simple cause, the pigs that used to eat the garbage were killed to prevent the spread of Swine Flu.

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The pigs living in “Garbage City” had served as both organic garbage disposals and food sources for the Zabaleen, families of marginalized Christian Copts who made a living by collecting the garbage, reselling the inorganic garbage and feeding the organic garbage to pigs. The system worked fine so long as there were pigs, but without the pigs, Cairo’s streets are filled with giant mounds of rotting garbage.

Mere HER hos Canada Free Press. The Free Republic her.

Saudization of Egypt

by Ali Alyami – October 3, 2011

The Saudization of Egypt has begun with the intent of derailing democratic transition or preventing it from taking roots for years to come. According to Al Arabiya,120 new Saudi companies have been established since the Egyptian Revolution on Jan. 25, 2011. Saudis are investing in every sector of the Egyptian economy where many poverty stricken Egyptians will be hired to make living , an investment that is understandable and that can be appreciated. The major problem with this is that wherever Saudi money goes, Wahhabism “follows and swallows.”

Mere HER hos Hudson New York.

What Is Egypt’s Revolution Really All About?

Signs point to the creation of a government even more repressive than the previous one

September 25, 2011 – by Raymond Stock

The stirring, iconic scenes of courage and national unity, sacrifice and magnanimity, have long since faded, like a discarded bouquet of lotus and jasmine.

They have been replaced with endless strikes; attacks on churches; countless, sometimes bloody, demonstrations in Cairo’s Tahrir (Liberation) Square; growing radical Islamist (Salafi) control of Sinai; cross-border attacks on Israel (and Israel’s inevitable response); and, finally, the sacking of a sovereign embassy with the ruling military’s apparent complicity. For the first time in Egypt’s five thousand years of Pharaonic-style rule, the people have put the top man on trial, but the exercise somehow seems cheap and tawdry.

Mere HER hos Pajamas Media. Daniel Pipes har lavet en analyse af angrebet på Israels ambassade i Egypten:

Angrebet på Israels ambassade i Cairo

af Daniel Pipes – 28. September 2011

Vestlige diplomater og journalister faldt for Stalins skueprocesser, men lærte efterhånden ikke at tage udviklinger i Sovjetunionen for pålydende. I Sovjetunionens senere år ville man være gået ud fra, at en menneskemængdes angreb på en udenlandsk ambassade var statsligt godkendt.

Andre autokrater benytter lignende tricks og illusioner. Faktisk er det ofte nyttigt at tænke på U.S.S.R., hvis man vil prøve at forstå tyrannier. Dette var især tilfældet ved begivenhederne den 9. sep., hvor en pøbel angreb den israelske ambassade i Cairo.

Mere HER hos Daniel Pipes. Den engelske version kan læses her på Daniel Pipes hjemmeside eller her hos National Review Online. Og så slutter vi af med et eksempel på den meget muslimske taqiyya:

Egypt declares Camp David accords with Israel ‘not a sacred thing’

Egypt’s prime minister triggered angry consternation in Israel on Thursday after declaring that the historic Camp David accords underpinning peace between the two countries were “not a sacred thing”.

By Adrian Blomfield – 15 Sep 2011

Dramatically heightening tensions during an increasingly volatile time in Israel’s relations with the Arab world, Essam Sharaf’s suggestions that the 32-year treaty could be revised prompted disbelief in the Jewish state.

“The Camp David agreement is not a sacred thing and is always open to discussion with what would benefit the region and the case of fair peace,” Mr Sharaf told Turkish television. “We could make a change if needed.”

Mere HER i The Telegraph. Forkortet version i Edmonton Journal her.

AP Interview: Egypt’s foreign minister says peace treaty with Israel stands

September 27

Egypt’s foreign minister said Monday his country will always respect its landmark peace treaty with Israel and is seeking ways to strengthen its “strategic relationship” with the United States.

Mere HER i The Washington Post. Kan også læses hos ABC News her – The Blaze her. Se også denne artikel i The New York Times:

Andre kilder: The New York PostHudson New York, Hudson New YorkMiddle East Forum, Pajamas MediaAl-Masry Al-Youm, AINA, The National Post, Foreign Policy, Maikel Nabil,

Opdatering 6. oktober 2011:

Egypt’s Copts Start Sit-in in Cairo to Protest Attacks on Churches

By Sherif Tarek – October 4, 2011

Hundreds of Egyptian Copts and supporters organised an angry protest and started a sit-in Tuesday night to voice fury over their renewed feeling of persecution and injustice in the wake of last month’s sectarian tensions in Aswan, Upper Egypt.

Egypt’s minority Coptic population has been fuming since 30 September after a group of Muslims in Merinab village in Aswan attempted to block renovations underway at a christian church in the majority Muslim village, charging that the building was actually a ‘guesthouse’ that cannot be turned into a church.

Coptic protesters congregated in the main square in Cairo’s neighborhood of Shubra, which is home to a large concentration of Egyptian Christians.

Mere HER hos AINA. Kan også læses her hos Ahram Online.

Opdatering: Den egyptiske militærjunta satte hæren ind for at opløse demonstrationen. Der meldes om mange sårede koptere, skriver Ahram Online.

Opdatering 9. oktober 2011 – kopterne har standset deres aktion pga. af frygt for repressalier, skriver Al-Masry Al-Youm.

Egyptian military sets dates for elections, and the reaction is dismay

By Mohannad Sabry | September 27, 2011

Egypt’s ruling military council on Tuesday announced a long-awaited schedule for selecting a new civilian government that foresees parliament holding its first session on March 17, 2012, more than a year after the toppling of former President Hosni Mubarak.

But while many in Egypt are eager to see an end to the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces’ rule by decree, the immediate reaction to the announcement was dismay — a sign of how badly tarnished the military’s reputation has become in the seven months it has ruled the country.

Mere HER hos McClatchy. Se eventuelt også Barry Rubin i Pajamas Media:


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