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QUESTA STORIA CRIMINALE SpA Rothschild Banca d’Inghilerra (proprietà privata 1600 d.C. ) in realtà, È INIZIATA CON ENRICO VIII, da allora ad oggi i Paesi Europei mediterranei sono sempre stati considerati come gli schiavi da sfruttare! quì è nata la Massoneria, quì è nato il luciferismo! LA MONARCHIa INGLESE è custore dellle Chiavi dell’INFERNO! ] [ Usa ribadiscono ‘relazione speciale’ Gb
Dopo critiche di Obama a Cameron su gestione guerra in Libia, 11 marzo 2016
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la NATO È DIVENTATA, IL RICETTACOLO DI TUTTE LE BESTIE DI SATANA: SATANISTI FARISEI MASSONI SALAFITI E NAZISTI, TERRORISTI ISLAMICI… ecc.. Pronunciandosi a favore della scarcerazione dei giornalisti di Cumhuriyet sotto processo per lo scoop sulle armi in Siria, Can Dundar ed Erdem Gul, la Corte costituzionale turca ha deciso “contro il Paese e la nazione”. Lo ha detto il presidente Recep Tayyip Erdogan, tornando ad attaccare la Suprema corte più di due settimane dopo il rilascio dei reporter.<

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“Cancellare l’appartenenza a un determinato territorio, e all’identità di gruppo che questo comporta, significa cancellare il senso. Operazione di una violenza inaudita che nessuno scopo
può giustificare” http://www.italianiliberi.it/  PRESENTAZIONE E OBIETTIVI: Il Movimento politico e culturale “Italiani Liberi” si propone di difendere e rafforzare l’identità nazionale, storica e culturale degli Italiani e di ristabilire l’indipendenza dell’Italia uscendo dall’Unione europea.
Vorrei tornare a essere italiano, in tutto e per tutto, con difetti e pregi, ricco o povero ma ITALIANO, un Italiano, 13/11/2011
 
“l’intelligenza sa di essere libera, quali che siano le coercizioni esteriori. Sa che la grandezza dell’Uomo è nel pensiero, e sa che c’è sempre almeno un altro uomo che lo afferra e lo trasmette.”
Ida Magli, Omaggio agli Italiani
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Addio a Ida Magli. Roma, martedì 23 febbraio 2016. Nella notte di sabato scorso 20 febbraio si è spenta, serenamente, Ida Magli, confortata dall’affetto del figlio. Noi, suoi allievi e amici, ci ripromettiamo nei prossimi giorni di dedicare spazio al suo ricordo. Oggi ci è difficile, e ce ne scusiamo con i lettori che in ItalianiLiberi hanno sempre riposto fiducia. Il messaggio che Ida Magli ha lasciato a tutti noi è stato quello di difendere gli Italiani dalle menzogne e dall’odio contro la bellezza e l’intelligenza che nei secoli abbiamo creato. Il nostro  popolo – ci ricordava – ha sempre sofferto moltissimo per colpa dei governanti. Ida Magli ha dedicato tutte le sue forze a darci speranza e a combattere per l’Italia e la sua cultura, e ci ha lasciati col disappunto di non avere più tempo per “fare ancora qualcosa” per salvarci…
Questo sito continuerà a raccogliere la sua opera e i suoi articoli scritti negli ultimi venti anni, sia pubblicati, che inediti, perché considerati troppo “scomodi”. Speriamo che possano continuare a fornire un sicuro punto di riferimento e uno stimolo per continuare l’opera della grande antropologa.
Farewell to Ida Magli
Rome, february 23rd, 2016 http://www.italianiliberi.it/
Saturday night, february 20th, Ida Magli passed away peacefully, comforted by the love of her son.
In the next days we – her students and friends – will give more space to her memory.  Right now it is tough to do so, and we apologize to readers who always trusted ItalianiLiberi. The message that Ida Magli has left to all of us is to defend the Italians from the lies and the hatred against all the beauty and intelligence that we have created over the centuries. Our people – she used to said – has always suffered enormously because of its rulers. Ida Magli has devoted all her strength to give us hope and to prompt us to fight to defend Italy and its culture; she left us with the disappointment of not having had more time to “do something else” to save us …
This website will continue to gather and collect her works and articles written in the last twenty years, both published and unpublished (when they were considered too “uncomfortable” or controversial). We hope that her writings will always be a reference point and an encouragement to continue the work of the great anthropologist.
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Donald Trump È IL MIO CANDIDATO! L’ex candidato alla nomination repubblicana Ben Carson ha ufficializzato il suo appoggio a Donald Trump nella corsa alla Casa Bianca. “Molte persone combattono per cambiare Washington, ma Donald Trump – afferma Carson – e’ un leader con una prospettiva da outsider, con una visione, con gli attributi e l’energia necessarie per fare il presidente”. “E’ l’ora di unire il partito dietro il candidato che batterà Hillary Clinton e riconsegnerà il governo alle persone”: con queste parole Carson ha espresso il suo endorsement a Donald Trump, lanciando un appello all’unita’ del partito. L’intervento in un resort di Palm Beach, in Florida, accanto al tycoon newyorchese.
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io sono nell’osservatorio sul maritirio dei cristiani, da 30 anni circa, e posso garantire che gli islamici usano questa tecnica di terrorismo contro i non islamici: in modo sistemico! ] QUINDI LA SHARIA È L’ELEMENTO DISCRIMINANTE DEL RAZZISMO CONTRO I NON MUSULMANI! [ GINEVRA, 11 MAR – Lo stupro di donne come paga per i combattenti nel Sud-Sudan: è l’accusa contenuta in un rapporto dell’Onu sulla situazione dei diritti umani nel giovane stato africano. “Fonti attendibili indicano che gruppi alleati al governo sono autorizzati a stuprare donne in sostituzione dei salari”, afferma l’Onu. Anche gruppi di opposizione e bande criminali attaccano donne e ragazze. La scala della violenza sessuale è “scioccante” nel Sud-Sudan, afferma l’Onu: in soli cinque mesi l’anno scorso, da aprile a settembre, l’Onu ha registrato più di 1.300 segnalazioni di stupri in un solo dei dieci stati del Sud Sudan, lo Stato d’Unità, ricco di petrolio. “La portata ed i tipi di violenza sessuale – in primo luogo da parte del governo delle forze SPLA e le milizie affiliate – sono descritti con dettagli devastanti e spaventosi, cosi’ come l’atteggiamento quasi disinvolto, ma calcolato, di coloro che hanno massacrato civili, distrutto beni e mezzi di sussistenza”, ha detto l’Alto commissario Onu, Zeid Ra’ad

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La Lega Araba ha dichiarato il gruppo sciita libanese Hezbollah un’organizzazione terroristica. SARANNO ANCHE TERRORISTI PER ISRAELE, OK! MA, HA DEL GROTTESCO CHE I PATROCINATORI DEL TERRORISMO MONDIALE DICHIARINO PROPRIO LORO TERRORISTA QUALCUNO! TUTTO QUESTO È TANTO PIÙ TRAGICO PERCHÉ È FATTO NEL MOMENTO IN CUI Hezbollah VINCE PER ASSAD CONTRO ISIS DAESH, Lo riferiscono i media egiziani. La decisione è stata presa dai ministri degli Esteri di quasi tutti i membri dell’organizzazione panaraba basata al Cairo, ha riferito l’agenzia di stampa egiziana Mena. Libano e Iraq invece si sono astenuti, esprimendo “riserve”. Dieci giorni fa Hezbollah – che in Siria combatte al fianco del presidente Assad – era finito nella lista nera dei gruppi terroristi anche del Consiglio di Cooperazione del Golfo. In precedenza, l’Arabia Saudita, aveva tagliato 4 miliardi di dollari di aiuti al Libano per le sue forze di sicurezza.
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Quando gli Stati Uniti dettano l’agenda ai media italiani. [ QUESTO REGIME MASSONICO BILBENDERG E USUCRATICO SATANICO, SPA BANCHE CENTRALI NWO, STA DIVENTANDO ASFISSIANTE! 0.03.2016( La Russia è il nemico, almeno secondo la maggior parte dei media italiani. Vista la famosa minaccia russa, è strano che in Italia circolino però così poche informazioni sulla Russia. Bisognerebbe stare in guardia e tenere gli occhi aperti! Le informazioni su Mosca e la sua politica estera sembrano a volte dettate per filo e per segno dall’ambasciata americana. La storica amicizia fra l’Italia e la Russia ovviamente non è mai andata a genio agli Stati Uniti e questo si rispecchia nella maggior parte dei media italiani. Tutto viene letto in un’ottica americana. Perché?
Sputnik Italia ha raggiunto per una riflessione in merito Riccardo Pelliccetti, caporedattore centrale de “Il Giornale”.
— Qual è il vostro approccio alla Russia?
— La Russia ha dimostrato in questi ultimi vent’anni un grandissimo cambiamento. La cosa fondamentale che noi abbiamo visto in questo cambiamento è che la Russia è tornata ad essere europea, parte integrante d’Europa. Ci sono molti più legami tra il nostro Paese e la Russia che quanti ce ne siano fra il nostro Paese e gli Stati Uniti.
— Lei ritiene che gli interessi italiani non coincidano più con quelli americani? Leggendo i maggiori quotidiani italiani non si direbbe.
Riccardo Pelliccetti, caporedattore centrale de “Il Giornale” — In Italia c’è un problema di sovranità nazionale. L’Italia, lo sappiamo tutti, ha perso la seconda guerra mondiale e ha dovuto nel corso degli anni adeguarsi alla politica dei vincitori, in questo caso i vincitori veri erano gli Stati Uniti. L’Italia è entrata nell’alleanza atlantica e ha pian piano ceduto la propria sovranità. Questo poteva andar bene all’epoca della guerra fredda, la politica dei due blocchi ti costringeva a stare da una parte o dall’altra. L’America dettava le regole in quel contesto essendo il capofila dell’Alleanza atlantica. L’Italia ha una sovranità limitata non solo in politica estera, ma anche in quella interna. L’America condizionava anche le elezioni politiche, finanziando i partiti, e di conseguenza chiedendo un tornaconto a questi partiti del lavoro che facevano.
— Al giorno d’oggi l’Italia ha sempre gli stessi problemi di sovranità?
— Oggi il deficit di sovranità è ancora più forte, perché restiamo dentro la NATO, che è uno strumento anacronistico. La contrapposizione fra blocchi non esiste più, se non nella testa degli Stati Uniti. L’Europa, che non è mai stata un organismo unico, ma un’ accozzaglia di stati messi insieme per interessi economici, ha dovuto in qualche modo soggiacere alla geopolitica dell’America, che in questo momento ha obiettivi completamente personali nei confronti della Russia. L’America ha sempre avuto come obiettivo non la caduta dell’impero sovietico, ma la caduta della Russia! Controllare l’Eurasia, la zona quasi più forte del pianeta economicamente, è fondamentale per la geopolitica americana. Obama ha premiato qualche anno fa Brzezinski come cittadino esemplare degli Stati Uniti e i suoi volumi sono ancora seguiti oggi. I poteri forti presenti in America condizionano non solo la politica ma anche l’economia. I problemi finanziari al tempo di Berlusconi erano molto meno gravi di oggi. Ora la disoccupazione e il debito pubblico sono altissimi. Oggi con dati economici totalmente peggiori, lo spread però sta a 140 punti. Questo vuol dire che quando qualcuno cercava di discostarsi dalla politica di Washington, pagava il prezzo dal punto di vista finanziario. Le speculazioni sui titoli di Stato italiani sono partite per un motivo ben preciso: Berlusconi non rispondeva a certe logiche.
— Agli Stati Uniti non piaceva la politica di Berlusconi nei confronti della Russia?
La vicenda di Berlusconi sulla lista nera ucraina e` diventata nella stampa italiana un vero e proprio festival della banalità e dell’ipocrisia ] La Crimea e la “purga” intellettuale italiana contro Berlusconi
— Certo! Perché a parte il rapporto d’amicizia, c’era un rapporto di tipo economico molto più vecchio. Anche quando c’era il comunismo in Russia, il rapporto tra i nostri due Paesi era strettissimo. Anche ai tempi più difficili i rapporti economici e culturali sono sempre stati ottimi. Parliamo dell’opera, del balletto e di altre mille iniziative culturali che hanno sempre tenuto vicini la Russia con l’Italia. Tutto ciò andava sempre in distonia con gli Stati Uniti.
— Perché nei media italiani c’è solitamente una copertura unilaterale delle notizie sulla Russia, sulla guerra nel Donbass e in Siria?
— Perché i giornali rispondono agli editori e gli editori rispondono ai poteri forti di riferimento. Questa è la realtà. Ci sono giornali che hanno un riferimento ideologico, che oggi appare paradossale. I giornali di sinistra per esempio che prima vedevano nella Russia un punto di riferimento oggi paradossalmente hanno abbracciato l’America, proprio ora che la Russia è diventata democratica. Poi ci sono quei giornali che rispondono ai poteri finanziari che rispondono a logiche ben precise di mercato e sono condizionati probabilmente dall’Ambasciata americana a Roma.
Ci sono poi delle eccezioni come l’Ambasciatore Sergio Romano, che scrive sul Corriere ed ha una linea ben precisa sulla questione ucraina e siriana, ma è una voce al di fuori dal coro.
— Per la maggior parte dei media la Russia rappresenta un nemico. Forse con l’intervento russo in Siria cambierà un po’ questa chiave di lettura?
Sputnik. Alla Lettonia non piace Sputnik, pronte sanzioni
— Le voci fuori dal coro sono pochissime. Con la Siria danno sicuramente un po’ più di informazioni. Il problema è che se tu devi rispondere alla politica dell’Occidente, cioè di Washington, sei condizionato, quest’influenza riguarda anche Londra e Berlino. L’Italia è l’anello più debole di questa catena. Ogni cosa viene letta nell’ottica americana. Se oggi per esempio all’America fa comodo che la Russia abbia un piede in Siria perché può essere utile a trovare una soluzione a questo conflitto sanguinoso, può farle fare anche bella figura. Per l’America però la Russia sarà sempre un nemico, è il suo competitor internazionale. La Russia ha un ruolo strategico per l’economia mondiale, per le sue risorse e la sua posizione geografica. Se uno vuole fare il padrone del mondo, i competitori gli danno fastidio.
— Secondo Lei cambierà quest’approccio mediatico nei confronti di Mosca?
— Non credo, a meno che non cambino gli editori. O c’è il giornale che decide di cambiare linea o non cambia niente. C’è anche una sorta di pregiudizio di base. I russi, a differenza degli americani, sono più diretti. Quando dicono “sei uno scemo” lo dicono chiaramente. Gli americani non te lo dicono, ma ti danno una coltellata alle spalle per fartelo capire. Quest’approccio in un Paese bizantino come l’Italia è meno gradito. Agli italiani piacciono le cose più addolcite, ma alla fine una pugnalata è sempre una pugnalata. C’è un grande pregiudizio dovuto ai toni della Russia, che è molto diretta e a volte anche brutale. Quello che conta è la sostanza, non la forma.
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 http://it.sputniknews.com/opinioni/20160310/2243532/italia-russia-media-donbass-siria.html#ixzz42bmxyDM7
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Mosca accusa la NATO: distorce deliberatamente i risultati dei raid russi in Siria. 11.03.2016( segretario generale della NATO Jens Stoltenberg distorce deliberatamente gli obiettivi dei raid russi in Siria, ha dichiarato la portavoce del ministero degli Esteri Maria Zakharova, riporta “Russia Today”. Ha riportato le dichiarazioni del segretario generale dell’Alleanza Atlantica, che ha sostenuto che la Russia con le sue azioni tenta di “dividere la NATO.” “Vorrei ricordare che abbiamo ripetutamente affermato che in Siria operiamo alla luce del sole, in modo trasparente e sulla base di informazioni verificate per distruggere gli obiettivi dei terroristi del Daesh (ISIS), così come altri gruppi terroristici che minacciano la Siria e l’intera regione del Medio Oriente, ma Stoltenberg, a quanto pare, non è pronto ad abbandonare i tentativi di distorcere deliberatamente i risultati e gli obiettivi dei raid russi in Siria. Agisce al 100% di proposito,”- ha dichiarato la Zakharova oggi in una conferenza stampa.
http://it.sputniknews.com/politica/20160311/2255407/Zakharova-Stoltenberg-Russia-Terrorismo.html#ixzz42bohKgOU

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Mosca accusa la NATO: distorce deliberatamente i risultati dei raid russi in Siria.11.03.2016 Il segretario generale della NATO Jens Stoltenberg distorce deliberatamente gli obiettivi dei raid russi in Siria, ha dichiarato la portavoce del ministero degli Esteri Maria Zakharova, riporta “Russia Today”. Ha riportato le dichiarazioni del segretario generale dell’Alleanza Atlantica, che ha sostenuto che la Russia con le sue azioni tenta di “dividere la NATO.” “Vorrei ricordare che abbiamo ripetutamente affermato che in Siria operiamo alla luce del sole, in modo trasparente e sulla base di informazioni verificate per distruggere gli obiettivi dei terroristi del Daesh (ISIS), così come altri gruppi terroristici che minacciano la Siria e l’intera regione del Medio Oriente, ma Stoltenberg, a quanto pare, non è pronto ad abbandonare i tentativi di distorcere deliberatamente i risultati e gli obiettivi dei raid russi in Siria. Agisce al 100% di proposito,”- ha dichiarato la Zakharova oggi in una conferenza stampa
 http://it.sputniknews.com/politica/20160311/2255407/Zakharova-Stoltenberg-Russia-Terrorismo.html#ixzz42bohKgOU
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07.03.2016 La decisione della monarchia saudita, regime assolutista e wahabita, come anche quella dei suoi soci minori, di dichiarare Hezbollah come un “gruppo terrorista”, costituisce un fatto orwelliano che cerca di rovesciare la realtà, ma non riesce ad ingannare nessuno. [ MA, HA DEL GROTTESCO CHE I PATROCINATORI DEL TERRORISMO MONDIALE DICHIARINO PROPRIO LORO TERRORISTA QUALCUNO! TUTTO QUESTO È TANTO PIÙ TRAGICO PERCHÉ È FATTO NEL MOMENTO IN CUI Hezbollah VINCE PER ASSAD CONTRO ISIS DAESH,  ] L’Arabia Saudita è il grande patrocinatore del terrorismo globale, un ruolo a cui aspira anche il presidente turco, Tayyip Recep Erdogan, che se ne fa merito. Tutti i gruppi terroristi che operano nel mondo islamico ed anche al di fuori di quello, dal Marocco all’Indonesia e dall’Europa, all’Asia Centrale — sono ispirati dalla scuola wahabita, quella ufficiale in Arabia Saudita, e hanno ricevuto milioni di dollari in aiuti dal regime saudita:
http://it.sputniknews.com/mondo/20160307/2228440/arabia-saudita-siria-hezbollah.html#ixzz42bqt6xRK
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“Paesi della UE in ginocchio davanti ad Erdogan” 11.03.2016. Nel contesto della crisi migratoria i governi dei Paesi membri dell’Unione Europea “si sono inginocchiati” ai piedi del presidente turco Erdogan, ritiene Philippe Lamberts, co-presidente del gruppo dei Verdi Europei ed eurodeputato del Belgio. I leader dei 28 Paesi della UE e il primo ministro della Turchia hanno concordato 6 punti dell’accordo d’immigrazione al vertice di lunedì scorso a Bruxelles che ha messo fine all’immigrazione clandestina verso l’Europa dal Medio Oriente tramite il “corridoio balcanico” e ripristinerà l’accordo di Schengen all’interno nelle frontiere interne dei Paesi europei. “I governi europei sono codardi, ora si sono messi in ginocchio di fronte ad Erdogan. Si tratta di un vero e proprio collasso morale dell’Unione Europea, non solo un crollo giuridico e politico,” — ha sottolineato Lamberts in un’intervista per il portale “EuraActiv”. Tuttavia non crede che la UE debba rinunciare ai negoziati con Ankara. Secondo l’eurodeputato, è necessario che Bruxelles renda conto non solo di aver stanziato risorse finanziarie a beneficio della Turchia, ma anche di voler abolire il visto ai turchi per i viaggi di breve durata e di accelerare l’adesione del paese all’UE, in un momento “in cui la Turchia come mai si è allontanata dai valori europei”.
“Abbiamo a che fare con un regime autoritario che non esita a condurre una guerra civile contro i curdi per vincere le elezioni,” — ha avvertito il parlamentare europeo.
Secondo il piano concordato al vertice UE-Turchia, Ankara si riprenderà i clandestini che sono arrivati in Europa e per ciascuno di loro invierà in Europa i profughi siriani e si riprenderà tutti i clandestini che sono entrati tramite il suo territorio nell’Unione Europea. In cambio Ankara otterrà l’accelerazione dei negoziati sulla liberalizzazione dei visti e sull’adesione nella UE e otterrà 3 miliardi di euro. Inoltre, le parti lavoreranno insieme per migliorare la situazione umanitaria in Siria. Sulla base di questi principi sarà preparato il corrispondente accordo finale nel prossimo vertice tra il 17 e 18 marzo.
http://it.sputniknews.com/politica/20160311/2258762/Turchia-Profughi-Visto-Valori-Immigrazione.html#ixzz42cb5A6lf

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noi le pecore Europee siamo alleati dei lupi USA LEGA ARABA, e dovremo morire contro il nostro stesso sangue la RUSSIA! QUESTO è ALTO TRADIMENTO! La Notizia di Manlio Dinucci – Siamo in guerra: avanzata Usa/Nato a Est e Sud ] PER la NATO è una cattiva notizia: la COALIZIONE ISLAMICA SAUDITA TURCA ISIS, che è il sharia TERRORISMO, ARRETRA IN SIRIA E IRAQ, E QUESTA, ovviamente, è UNA BRUTTA NOTIZIA PER LA NATO! [ https://youtu.be/T8OiHJR2-Z4 John il Rosso3 settimane fa. la gente non ha la minima idea di come stanno veramente le cose. Il vero problema è questo. I media corrotti. La gente non sa, è questo il vero problema, troppo occupata a guardare TV
Carlo2 settimane fa
Gia’,come ho gia’ commentato altre volte, sarebbe bello uscire dalla Nato, peccato che l’Europa (teutonica e pseudo-hitleriana)e soprattutto gli Usa lo impediranno.
L’Italia, come diceva Mussolini, e’ una portaerei naturale al centro del Mediterraneo, per cui strategicamente importante. L’unica soluzione, a mio modesto parere, sarebbe una rivolta europea totale contro Usa e Nato (la stessa cosa, no?), ed un ritorno ad una sovranita’ nazionale piu’ individuale; inoltre, non fa’ inkazzare l’idea di avere gli Yankees che da 70 anni spadroneggiano per il mondo e GOVERNANO l’Europa? L’America non ha nulla da insegnare al “vecchio continente” con le sue esperienze ed errori millenari, inoltre gli Usa, per loro fortuna non sono mai stati invasi o bombardati, ma in compenso lo hanno fatto ad altri con ottimi risultati!

Praticamente “siamo” alleati con i nostri nemici, ma facciamo finta di sapere che non lo sappiamo. Se fosse vivo oggi il grande Federico Fellini, diventerebbe un sommo autore neorealista senza nemmeno bisogno di cambiare genere. Ma è assente, a volte lo invidio, gli è toccata un’altra epoca …un’epoca molto più moderna.
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https://www.youtube.com/user/UniusKingREI/discussion A QUESTO MIO CANALE YOUTUBE NON MI CONSENTE DI: 1. AGGIUNGERE I CANALI PREFERITI, 2. E DI MOSTRARE LA PAGINA DEI COMMENTI!
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la LITUANIA ha espulso i giornalisti RUSSI, perché, i governi tecnocratici europei hanno paura della libertà di parola, e, i giornalisti non graditi, rappresentano un pericolo mortale per la sicurezza nazionale LITUANA massonica! Quindi, c’è una ASSOCIAZIONE nazista usurocratica: “RUSSIA LIBERA” che ha paura dei giornalisti, quì in Lituania, c’è, il centro di eccellenza della comunicazione strategica della NATO (un vecchio strumento della guerra fredda ) un ufficio di calunnie di guerra di informazione contro la RUSSIA https://youtu.be/y2b08oLDPi4
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PTV news 10 marzo 2016 – Lituania: espulsi giornalisti non graditi  10 mar 2016. questo è il regime tecnocratico SpA BANCHE CENTRALI, regime massonico Bildenberg, ormai, i sodoma GENDER satana Scimmie DARWIN anticristo ci hanno messo in una situazione di pre-guerra mondiale contro la Russia!
– Lituania: espulsi giornalisti non graditi
– Francia: 500 mila contro Hollande
– Gentiloni il cauto https://youtu.be/y2b08oLDPi4  albano817 ore fa
I valori dell’occidente… libertà di stampa. MrChanakkale, Nel baltico l’informazione rimane congelata
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Harry Louis ] CREDI A ME LOUIS, è UN VERO PECCATO CHE DIO NON TI HA DATO LA VAGINA! [ I’m a simple and honest man, I love bringing peace it’s my topmost priority.
Ha frequentato the United States Military Academy (USMA) Ha vissuto qui: United States https://plus.google.com/u/0/110102833254689193616/posts Harry non ha condiviso niente con te. Le persone sono più propense a condividere contenuti con te se le aggiungi alle tue cerchie. amico amico!

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Siria, esercito di Assad impegnato nella battaglia per liberare Palmira dal Daesh. 11.03.2016 L’artiglieria siriana sta bombardando massicciamente le posizioni dei terroristi del Daesh situate sulle alture che circondano la città storica di Palmira, riferisce dal posto il corrispondente di RIA Novosti.
Le posizioni dei fondamentalisti islamici vengono bombardate con i lanciarazzi pesanti multipli “Grad” e i cannoni “D-30”.
“Oggi, secondo i nostri osservatori, siamo riusciti a distruggere 4 postazioni di tiro del Daesh, un grande deposito di munizioni nascosto in una gola ed un centro di comando a nord-ovest di Palmira”, — ha riferito all’agenzia russa una fonte nello Stato Maggiore di Damasco.
Oggi le unità delle milizie di volontari avevano iniziato operazioni d’attacco mirate a sud-ovest di Palmira. Il loro compito è prendere il controllo della alture ed ottenere un punto d’appoggio per coprire un’offensiva da sud. Secondo alcuni dati, all’interno di Palmira si trovano più di 2mila terroristi. Gli islamisti usano per la difesa carri armati, veicoli blindati, lanciarazzi, mortai e mitragliatrici pesanti: http://it.sputniknews.com/mondo/20160311/2258549/Terrorismo.html#ixzz42cZW7eKj
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Muhammadu Buhari con la sua LEGA ARABA SONO dei TERRORISTI islamici sharia organizzati, tutti ASSASSINI SHARIA DI MARTIRI CRISTIANI innocenti, attraverso la complicità dei farisei massoni anglo-americani! la PIRAMIDE MASSONICA E LA PIRAMIDE ISLAMICA  SONO IL REGNO DI SATANA, e loro stanno sterminando i cristiani in tutto il mondo! I vertici militari Usa: Boko Haram detiene parti significative del territorio nigeriano, 11.03.2016 David Rodriguez, comandante in capo delle forze armate statunitensi in Africa (UsAfriCom), ha affermato che l’organizzazione terroristica – colpevole di numerosi attacchi sanguinari in tutta la regione – controlla ancora saldamente parti della Nigeria, nonostante le dichiarazioni di tenore opposto del governo di Lagos. Una vera e propria doccia gelata che ha paralizzato la già flebile voce (e secondo i più critici persino l’autorevolezza) del governo nigeriano. Così è possibile definire le parole pronunciate poche ore fa dal generale Rodriguez e relative alla situazione sul campo in Nigeria. Dal quartier generale di Francoforte, in Germania, il comandante dell’Us AfriCom ha di fatto smentito quanto affermato, in modo altisonante, in precedenza da Muhammadu Buhari, Presidente della Nigeria, che aveva definito “tecnicamente vinta” la battaglia contro gli estremisti islamisti presenti nel Nord del paese. “Boko Haram continua a governare porzioni molto significative del territorio settentrionale nazionale — ha affermato il comandante Rodriguez al quotidiano on line nigeriano Premium Times —, così come al Shabaab è ancora presente in porzioni limitate del territorio somalo. Ciò che stiamo osservando è che le minacce poste a personale o cittadini nordamericani da parte della formazione terrorista sono in aumento, soprattutto a causa della cooperazione tra Boko Haram e le forze dell’Is (ovvero di Daesh, ndr)”. [ Strage di Boko Haram in Nigeria, 160 morti ] Dal 2009 ad oggi, ovvero da quando è scoppiata la rivolta nel Nord, la formazione jihadista ha ucciso migliaia di persone operando sia nel territorio di Lagos sia in altre nazioni come Camerun e Ciad. Al momento la Nigeria è alla guida di un contingente militare regionale — composto da poco meno di nove mila unità provenienti anche da Niger, Ciad, Camerun e Benin — nato per contrastare l’avanzata dei terroristi e per debellarne la presenza. E sebbene si siano al momento registrati numerosi successi sul campo, la situazione sembra essere ancora molto lontana dall’essere risolta dati i frequenti attacchi e attentati ai civili residenti nell’area settentrionale del paese.
Camerun libera 900 ostaggi da Boko Haram
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Boko Haram, l’esercito nigeriano libera 700 donne
Testimone fuggita da Boko Haram: “Le ragazze rapite un anno fa sono vive: http://it.sputniknews.com/mondo/20160311/2257003/usa-nigeria-territorio-boko-haram.html#ixzz42cfk2zWH

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my JHWH, perché tu continui ad insistere? questi pezzi di merda, non meritano di vivere! #Datagate: #Ue, traditori di massoni, hanno detto. bene Obama, ci ha ascoltati [ #imbecilli voi state supplicando, qualcuno, che, lui è un satanista, notoriamente satanista, di essere amico, con voi, quando voi, non avete la tecnologia per accorgervi di nulla! ] Ok anche da Germania, “tutela dati personali anche per non Usa”
17 gennaio, 21:29. #BRUXELLES, #Commissione #Ue “saluta con favore il discorso di Obama sulla revisione dei programmi di intelligence, e in particolare il suo impegno ad accogliere i timori sulla raccolta dei dati da parte #Nsa”: lo afferma Bruxelles in una nota. “Obama dimostra di aver ascoltato i timori della Ue riconoscendo la necessità di agire”. Positiva reazione anche a #Berlino, secondo cui è importante che “la protezione di dati e diritti personali siano osservati anche per i cittadini non statunitensi”.

Banchiere da impiegati vestito da drag [ e allora, cosa c’è di strano? lo sanno tutti, che, ad una certa età, è più facile prenderlo, che, darlo! ] E’ #Gerrit #Zalm di #Abn #Amro, ex ministro delle Finanze olandese. 17 gennaio, 19:54. #LONDRA, Circa 7mila dipendenti del #colosso #bancario #olandese #Abn #Amro, sono rimasti allibiti quando ad una serata spettacolo per lo staff il loro presidente si è presentato sul palco vestito da ‘drag queen’. Ancor più se si pensa che il #banchiere #Gerrit #Zalm, 61 anni, è stato ministro delle #Finanze in #Olanda. #Parrucca, occhiali anni 50 e abito da donna blu elettrico, con tanto di guanti dorati, si è presentato sul palco come ‘ #Priscilla’ la sorella immaginaria del presidente, tenutaria di una casa chiusa. [ domani? tutti quelli del sesso libero, si sentiranno incoraggiati! ]

#Obama tu sei formalmente apparentemente in cima al potere di un pianeta, mentre, tutti sanno che tu sei un burattino che non conta un cazzo! e tu non hai nessun potere sul futuro delle tue figlie, senza di me! Quindi, tu non verrai a raccontare a me le tue stronzate!

17 gen. Per ‘spiare’ #Nsa, dovrà chiedere ok Corte. dear #Obamama quando loro fanno i sacrifici umani in onore di satana poi loro chiedono anche in quel caso il permesso alla Corte?

17 gennaio 19:03 #SAN GIMIGNANO ( #SIENA) [ma quanti gay sono entrati nella Chiesa Cattolica pur di non fare entrare i preti sposati? ] Benedizione apostolica di Papa Francesco per il circolo Arci di Ulignano frazione di S.Gimignano. Si tratta del gesto di riconoscenza del parroco locale don Luigi Miggiano realizzato con l’aiuto di un prelato della Curia vaticana che ha scelto il piccolo borgo come buen retiro. I due religiosi hanno voluto omaggiare il circolo Arci consegnando nelle mani della barista la pergamena con tanto di timbro papale in rilievo rilasciata dall’Elemosineria Apostolica del Vaticano.

Google sarà giudicata per violazioni in Gran Bretagna [ niente di tutto questo tutte le sue azioni sono intenzionali per la Nsa Rothschild NWO-Fmi quindi tanto vale che voi fate pagare la 666 Nsa Banca Mondiale Aliens abductions direttamente! ] In Gran Bretagna Google dovrà difendersi in tribunale dall’accuse di violazione della riservatezza degli utenti del browser “Apple Safari”. In precedenza Google era riuscita a cavarsela da un processo simile negli Stati Uniti: aveva dovuto pagare 225 milioni di dollari a favore della Federal Trade Commission e 17 milioni di dollari per coprire le spese processuali. Google era riuscita a dimostrare che le sue azioni non erano intenzionali evitando così sanzioni più severe.

Central African Republic conflict ‘political not religious’
Published: January 17 2014
CAR’s Protestant leader says fighting is for access to resources
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Nicolas Guerékoyamé-Gbangou says fighting between members of the disbanded Séléka rebel group and the anti-balaka self-defense militias is not a battle between Muslims and Christians.
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The man chosen to lead what he says is 51% of the population of the Central African Republic (CAR) its Protestants says that the conflict in the country has nothing to do with religion.
Nicolas Guerékoyamé-Gbangou a guest lecturer at London’s School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) this week said that fighting between members of the disbanded Séléka rebel group and the anti-balaka (anti-machete) self-defence militias is not a battle between Muslims and Christians.
“There is no Christian militia and there is no Muslim militia as well… This conflict is not religious at all” he said explaining that the anti-balaka militias developed from local village self-defence groups originally formed against cattle rustlers and bandits. He added that around 90 per cent of Séléka was comprised of foreign nationals from neighbouring Chad and Sudan.
It has been widely reported in the media that the conflict has taken a clear religious tone with the Séléka group referred to as an Islamist force bent on turning the country into an Islamic state and the anti-balaka called a ‘Christian’ militia.
However Guerékoyamé-Gbangou says the conflict is really a battle for control of the country’s resource-rich northeast.
“Most of our resources are concentrated in the northeast in the region of [CAR’s former president] Michel Djotodia” he said. “This is what led to the rebellion in the northeast. It has been neglected for decades. And [fighting over this region] started in the colonial period so what does it have to do with Christianity or Islam? People want to exploit the natural resources but don’t want to develop the region because if it is developed it would appeal to lots of people and there would be more investors. [The leaders in the capital] prefer to leave the region like it is so that only the strong ones will have access to the resources.”
Nicolas Guerékoyamé-Gbangou says the conflict is really a battle for control of the country’s resource-rich northeast.
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Guerékoyamé-Gbangou added that it would be wrong to consider the CAR to be split solely between Christians and Muslims.
“There aren’t just Christians and Muslims” he said. “There are also animists Buddhists and people from other religions as well. The conflict is not religious; it is political. Those who led the country did not share resources and wealth.”
After the lecture he was asked why if CAR’s Christian comprise over 76% of the population (with he says 29% of them being Catholic and the rest Protestant Evangelical) the country has all the seeds for a genocide according to the Director of Operations for the UN Office for the Co-ordination of Humanitarian Affairs (UNOCHA).
In response the Head of the Evangelical Alliance said most committed Christians have not been actively involved in politics in CAR for the past 20 years and so have not been able to be influential in the governance of the country. He lamented that fact saying that was why he himself is an active member of Parliament.
While he was in London World Watch Monitor facilitated Rev. Nicolas Guerekoyame-Gbangou’s extended interview for BBC World Service’s programme ‘Outlook’ on Mon January 20 2014. bbc.co.uk/programmes/p01prcsr first broadcast 1206 GMT.
(BBC WS is also re-broadcast on many FM stations worldwide – please check local media).
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Bomb scare reignites Christian fear in northern Mali. Published: January 16 2014
Congregants forced to meet in school; explosives found nearby
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Christians in a city in northern Mali already forced to hold services in a school classroom because their church was looted and not ready to host meetings had a bomb scare on Sunday (Jan. 12).
Military personnel patrolling the area in Gao on Sunday morning discovered explosives near the school. French army personnel were able to safely defuse the devices and authorities are now investigating but the incident left church members shocked.
The pastor of the church whose identity is being withheld to protect his security told World Watch Monitor there is “insecurity in all aspects of life” at the moment but that his congregation was refusing to panic.
“I cannot say for sure that the bomb was intended to hurt us Christians” he said. “I only know that the location of the bomb was right next to our place of worship and also a route frequently used by the military.”
It is just over a year now since French troops ousted the Tuareg-led Islamist group which had taken over northern Mali and declared independence aiming to impose Islamic law on cities such as Gao.
On January 11 last year French troops moved to regain control of the region after the Islamist militants had attempted to progress further south.
For nearly a year the armed Islamist groups had ruled the region banning the practice of other religions and desecrating and looting churches and other places of worship.
Thousands including many Christians fled the occupation and found refuge in the south of the country or in neighbouring countries such as Niger and Burkina Faso.
After the French helped the Malian forces to regain control of the region the re-establishment of security took time and necessitated mass reconstruction as many displaced people returned home.
A number of public buildings were destroyed during the conflict including schools health clinics ancient monuments hotels and restaurants.
The pastor of the church in Gao told World Watch Monitor that around 50 members of his congregation have returned home in recent months.
“We came back because we want to revive the testimony of Christ here in our hometown” he said. “Despite the insecurity in all aspects of life we want everyone to return here and together to work for our God who loves us so much.”
Mali fell from 7th to 33rd on the 2014 World Watch List which ranks the 50 countries where practising Christianity is most fraught.
Following the French military intervention last year “the threat of an Islamist takeover has been averted at least temporarily” reported this year’s World Watch List which was compiled by Christian charity Open Doors International.
However the list reports that the presence and infrastructure of Christianity in the north was largely destroyed and that rebuilding a Christian presence will be difficult because many Christians who fled the north are afraid to return.
“Even though most Malian Christians (constituting less than 5% of the population) live in the south of the country they feel threatened by Islamists in the north and fear of a new uprising remains” reports the list.

Old wine new skin? Published: January 16 2014 by Markus Tozman
Analysis: Egypt’s new constitution contains welcome ideas but no guarantee they will be followed. Share on facebookShare on twitterShare on google_plusone_shareShare on redditMore Sharing Services3
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Analysis by Markus Tozman
For the second time in 13 months Egyptians have approved a new constitution. Compared to the constitution they just tossed aside the new charter promises Christians a stronger standing and better representation than ever in the history of the Arab Republic. Coptic Pope Tawadros II and other Christian leaders endorsed it.
After the brief but disastrous rule of the Muslim Brotherhood the new constitution is cause for optimism to be sure but the document by itself won’t change the situation for Christians in Egypt. Like other national charters it announces principles of religious freedom. But Egypt also needs lawmakers and judges who establish and interpret laws in line with the constitution’s ideals. Here the future is not as clear: The new constitution promises Christians a place in its legislative assemblies for example but not in its courts.
Even so early returns indicate the new constitution has won overwhelming approval even as many of the supporters of the former Islamist regime of the Muslim Brotherhood and ousted president Mohamed Morsi sat out the vote in protest.
Egypt’s new constitution represents yet another swing of the pendulum since the revolution of 2011 that toppled autocrat President Hosni Mubarak. The Muslim Brotherhood mobilised 13 million voters in June 2012 to elect Morsi who supervised work on a new constitution. Work on the document lagged as frustrated Christians and other liberal elements dropped out of the Islamist-dominated drafting assembly. Late in 2012 Morsi ordered the remaining delegates to finish their work in one night and pushed the draft out for a quick vote.
Widespread anti-Morsi protests backed the military’s removal of the president in July. The Muslim Brotherhood was outlawed and work began on a new constitution.
The new charter reflects the desire to undo Muslim Brotherhood influence and expresses an ultra-nationalism that idealises the army as the protector of the people’s will. As many Egyptians pointed out voting in favour of the new constitution was an endorsement of the June 2012 revolution that drove out Morsi. The new constitution is a nationalist project intended to counter the Brotherhood’s Islamist policies and focuses on the unity of the Egyptian people bringing together Islam’s crescent and Christianity’s cross. Consequently supporters of the revolution would have been seen as traitors to the nationalist cause if they had voted against the document.
Highlighting the government’s appeal to national unity Egypt’s interim president Adly Mansour visited the Coptic Papal Seat at Saint Mark’s Cathedral the first Egyptian head of state to do so in more than 40 years. This gesture did not go unnoticed; Pope Tawadros endorsed the new constitution and urged Copts to vote in favour of it.
The new constitution has one major element in common with the document it replaces: It establishes Sharia as the principle source of legislation. But there is a difference.
Prior to the Brotherhood’s ascension to power in 2012 the interpretation of the “principles of Sharia” had been left to the courts. The 2012 constitution specifies in Article 219 that the principles “include general evidence the foundational principles of Islamic jurisprudence (usul ul-fiqh) and the reliable sources from among the Sunni schools of thoughts (madhahib)”. The potential consequences were far-reaching; Article 219 allowed Sharia law to penetrate all spheres of social and personal life paving the way for literal and archaic interpretations of Sharia as well as application of punishment.
The new constitution removes Article 219.
It also removes Article 212 which had granted the government far-reaching powers to control endowments and thus church finances and by extension their operations and social services. By removing Article 212 the new constitution takes the power of the church purse away from a government that will continue to be dominated by Muslims in a country where Islam remains the state religion.
Both the old and new constitutions ostensibly guarantee the independence of Christian and Jewish religious affairs and several new articles theoretically imply greater religious freedom. Article 64 sets forth the “absolute” freedom of belief (instead of the “inviolable” freedom established in the previous document) though it is restricted it to the Abrahamic religions leaving Baha’i Shia atheists and agnostics without constitutional cover. Article 74 prohibits the founding of religious political parties and parties that discriminate against “sex origin sect or geographic location”. Article 53 promises all “citizens are equal before the law possess equal rights and public duties and may not be discriminated against on the basis of religion belief sex origin race colour language disability social class political or geographical affiliation or for any other reason”.
An activist who works closely with persecuted Christians in the countryside said the addition of Article 63 which forbids forced displacement of citizens is especially welcome. Since the 1990s the state has turned a blind eye to displaced Christians in Upper Egypt and other rural regions. Under threat of violence and faced with massive repression and discrimination by Islamists tens of thousands of Christians had forcibly been displaced.
Constitutions typically confine themselves to broad principles and usually are not the place for the detail of carrying them out. But Egypt’s new charter speaks to several specific Christian concerns.
In contrast to the previous constitution for example the new constitution acknowledges the cultural and historic status of Christians and grants them greater political representation. In both the preamble and in Article 50 it refers to the cultural and historic heritage of the “Church of Jesus” and the Copts in particular. Article 244 enshrines “appropriate representation in the first House of Representatives” for Christians among other minorities. Article 180 reiterates this principle on the level of local councils.
The new constitution also tackles one of the most enduring and sensitive issues for Egypt’s Christians: Church building and renovation permits. Article 235 promises that “in its first legislative term after this Constitution comes into effect the House of Representatives shall issue a law to organise building and renovating churches guaranteeing Christians the freedom to practice their religious rituals”. It’s the first time in Egypt’s history that a constitution has addressed this issue.
It is worrisome then that such detailed provisions for Christians are not to be found in other places in the document. The judicial sector for example remains mostly unreformed. It gains a measure of independence in the new charter by moving the power to choose the prosecutor general from the president to the Supreme Judicial Council. But there is no provision reserving a share of seats on the bench for Christians. The articles in the new constitution concerning the courts are the same articles in the old constitution concerning the courts.
Elsewhere there is nothing to indicate whether the rights of religious minorities will be mirrored in for example educational curricula. Nor are there new mechanisms to hold individuals and institutions accountable for breaches of constitutional rights.
Christians about one-tenth of the population in the officially Islamic country have long been frustrated trying to obtain state jobs. Just as it carved out space for Christians in legislative assemblies the new constitution could have carved out space for Christians in the civil service. But it doesn’t.
“It is the best constitution Egypt has had yet but … [it is] still disappointing” said an Egyptian human rights activist who asked not to be named. The military-run interim government waged an intense vote-yes campaign and dissenters – including some of the leaders of the 2011 revolution – have found themselves in trouble with the authorities.
So indeed compared to the last constitution Christians have more rights. However the structural societal bureaucratic and judicial discrimination that has plagued Egypt’s Christians since the founding of the Arab Republic has historically been a consequence of the non-implementation of the different constitutions. Without any new enforcement mechanisms it is not likely that much will change for Egypt’s Christians. Their rights will remain theoretical.
To put it in the words of a government official from the Egyptian Foreign Service before this week’s vote: “This constitution is written for foreigners not for Egyptians. Egyptians do not respect simple traffic rules; How could they respect constitutional articles? No one read the constitution. Still the constitution will be passed with a majority vote of at least 70%.”
At best this new constitution represents a return to the pre-Brotherhood status for Egypt’s Christians. The wine-skins are new; the wine however is not.
Markus Tozman is a graduate student of the Middle East at Johns Hopkins University SAIS. The views expressed in this analysis are his own.

Anti-religion hostility rose worldwide in 2012 study says. Published: January 15 2014
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The world became generally more hostile to religious believers of all faiths Christianity included in 2012 according to a major annual report issued Jan. 14.
Christians were harassed in more countries than followers of other faiths though pressure on Muslims and Jews was widespread globally according to the study conducted by the Washington D.C.-based Pew Research Center.
The report now in its sixth year measures constraints on religious freedom in two major categories: social hostilities and government restrictions. It surveys conditions in 198 countries encompassing 99 per cent of the world’s population.
Social Hostilities. A third of the world’s countries had high measures of social hostilities in 2012 the highest level recorded in the study’s six-year history. Pew defines social hostilities as ranging from terrorism and mob violence to harassment over religious attire. Nearly half of all countries reported abuse of religious minorities by individuals or groups who took offense at or felt threatened by the minority. In the first year of the study less than a quarter of all countries reported such abuse.
Violence or the threat of it against religious minorities to enforce religious norms was reported in 39 per cent of countries compared to 33 per cent a year earlier and 18 per cent in the first year of the study.
The report said 2012 growth of social hostilities was especially rapid in Northern Africa and the Middle East and was highest in Pakistan.
Government restrictions. High rates of official limits on religion were found in 29 per cent of the countries about the same as the previous year. Pew examines 20 indicators of government control including bans on specific faiths restrictions on conversions and preferential treatment to certain religions among others.
Increases were detected among several of those 20 measures. Government limits on worship were citied in 74 per cent of countries up from 69 per cent in 2011. Restrictions on public preaching were found in 38 per cent of countries up from 31 per cent. And government force such as arrest and prosecution was documented in 48 per cent of the world’s countries up from 41 per cent.
Egypt ranked highest on the report’s list of government restrictions.
Taking both categories — government restrictions and social hostility — into account high levels of overall religious restrictions were reported in 43 per cent of the world’s countries the highest ever recorded by Pew. In all three-quarters of the world’s population lives under high levels of restrictions according to the report.
The Christian experience. The Pew Center report concerns itself with all religions not Christianity alone. It did say however that Christians in 2012 were harassed in more countries 110 than any other single religion. Muslims were harassed in 109 and Jews 71. Since the report began in 2007 Christian harassment has been reported in 151 countries and harassment of Muslims in 135.
About the report. The Pew report released Tuesday covers 2012. It doesn’t take into account momentous developments in 2013 such as the ouster of Muslim Brotherhood leader Mohamed Morsi from Egypt’s presidency and the subsequent violence against Coptic churches across Egypt; or the anarchy and deadly Muslim-Christian violence in the Central African Republic; or the continued exodus of Christians from Syria and much of the Middle East; or the bombings in Peshawar Pakistan that killed scores of Christians. Pew also excludes North Korea from its study citing the inability to obtain reliable data from or about the reclusive country.
Data for the report is drawn from 18 public information sources most published by national governments the United Nations European Union and non-government human-rights organizations.

Report claims 30000 Eritreans kidnapped in 5 years
Published: December 10 2013 by Julius Mbaluto
Total of $600 million extorted in ransom payments
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Asmara Eritrea.
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A report presented to the European Parliament shows that around 30000 Eritreans have been kidnapped since 2007 and taken to the Sinai while ransom payments are demanded.
The report conducted by an Eritrean human rights activist and professors from a Dutch University says that a total of around $600 million (€468m) was extorted from families. During its launch in London on December 4 it was confirmed that Christians were among the thousands kidnapped.
Eritrea is ranked 10th on the 2013 World Watch List which ranks the 50 countries in which Christians are most under pressure for their faith. According to Eritrea’s Evangelical Alliance approximately 1200 Christians are now incarcerated in Eritrea.
After 366 refugees died in early October off the coast of Lampedusa in Italy where they had been attempting to find refuge Father Mussie Zerai Chairman of the Habeshia Agency which works on behalf of these migrants told World Watch Monitor the majority of those involved in the shipwreck were Christians.
“I look at the list of the survivors and 90 per cent is Christian” he said. “They are coming from Eritrea and Ethiopia. The situation is very bad because politically in Eritrea there is a dictator and they live without any type of freedom or democracy. Many Christians are persecuted because of their faith. It’s not easy for them to live in Eritrea at this moment.”
The report says that Eritrea’s Border Surveillance Unit (BSU) and Sudanese Security officials are among the “actors” collaborating with the gangs that hold people hostage in Sinai.
The Eritrean military was also blamed for abducting young people and forcing them to join the National Youth Service while the Eritrean government came under fire for its inability to protect its citizens.
However speaking to BBC’s Focus on Africa Eritrean Ambassador to the UK Tesfamicael Gerahtu denied the allegations citing a conspiracy between Eritrean asylum seekers and the West. He said the Eritrean government was doing its best to deal with the criminals.
“Many Christians are persecuted because of their faith. It’s not easy for them to live in Eritrea at this moment.”
–Father Mussie Zerai
Dawit
One case which highlights the human trafficking journey from Eritrea to Egypt was movingly presented at the report’s launch.
Dawit a British citizen from Eritrea said that his sister a single mother was kidnapped on her way to work on July 12.
He said that when she did not come home after work her eldest daughter went to her office but found no sign of her and was told by locals that the business had not opened that day.
The next day Dawit received a call from his mother in Eritrea telling him that she had received a call from someone in Sudan saying that his sister had been kidnapped and demanding $10000 for her release.
Dawit told the gathering that he had no money at the time and that his mother didn’t want her son in London to call the kidnappers in case they increased the ransom upon realising that a family member lived and worked in the UK.
Dawit said that he was unable to raise the sufficient funds whereupon his sister was tortured. He said that his mother received phone calls during which his sister was raped and her mother was forced to sister to her screams. With her mother still on the phone the kidnappers also electrocuted her and threatened to kill her unless the ransom could be paid.
Eventually Dawit was able to raise the money by selling his car and borrowing money. The ransom was then paid but the kidnappers failed to release his sister despite their promises to do so.
Dawit’s sister was eventually said to have been released to the Egyptian authorities but he has since heard no word from her. He says that his sister’s ordeal shows that the Eritrea government cannot protect its citizens.
Dawit’s efforts to get the UK government’s help in securing his sister failed. However Stop Sinai Torture activists reported that they have since held meetings with the UK’s National Crime Agency (NCA) and there is a strong move to gather evidence and to prosecute the perpetrators.
Selam Kidane at the European Parliament
Release Eritrea
Selam Kidane a human rights activist said that the average amount demanded by kidnappers has increased over the years from $5000 in 2009 to $30000 today. Kidane said that even those who were released were severely traumatised.
The report claims that those released in Egypt and Israel were generally opposed to returning home but were forced to return and in Egypt were ordered to pay a repatriation fee.
Meanwhile the report claims those released in Libya are often detained tortured raped and forced to work for free.

Algerian churches NGOs wary as ‘restrictive’ law comes into force
Published: January 10 2014
Protestant Church concerned Amnesty International and EU head call for repeal of ‘draconian’ law. Mustapha Krim President of the Protestant Church of Algeria (EPA).
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A number of churches as well as foreign NGOs in Algeria have called for the abolishment of a new law which they say will hamper their work.
Under the law which will come into effect on Sunday (January 12) NGOs may be dissolved or suspended if their business is deemed to interfere with national affairs.
Those who fail to comply with the law by January 12 will be liable to prosecution.
Amnesty International claims the law gives Algerian authorities permission to restrict the work of foreign NGOs including human rights organisations.
The law was passed in January 2012 as part of Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika’s political reforms but it has been criticised by Amnesty International as “draconian”.
In a statement released on December 18 2013 by its bureau in Algiers the human rights organisation said the law threatens freedom and democracy.
“The new Algerian law on associations should be repealed before the expiry of the deadline in January set for existing associations to get registered in order to avoid irreparable damage to Algerian civil society. This draconian law could lead to the closure of independent organisations and civil society and stifle debate on key political social and economic issues” said Amnesty’s statement.
The organisation adds that the law “arbitrarily restricts the right to freedom of association and elevated it de facto to a criminal offense in violation of state obligations prescribed by international human rights law”.
The Protestant Church of Algeria (EPA) is among a number of other local organisations concerned by the new law.
The law stipulates that an association must be present in at least 12 regions out of a total of 48 across the country in order to be granted national status. Previously the EPA in Algeria was present in only five regions so it has been obliged to obtain the affiliation of other churches located across seven additional regions in order to comply.
“We sent an updated version of our constitution to the Ministry of the Interior at the end of November just two weeks after our general assembly” explained Pastor Mustapha Krim president of the EPA. “We were advised by a lawyer to ensure we introduce our application in the right way. We have done everything necessary to comply with this new law.”
Under the provisions of the new law the Ministry of Interior will either issue a receipt of approval or a decision of refusal within 60 days.
Already facing restrictions due to the controversial 2006 law forcing churches to register with the state the provisions of this new law will further limit the activities of churches in Algeria.
The 2006 also law outlaws any Christian evangelism of Muslims as well as the distribution production and storing of material used for this purpose.
A group of associations including the Algerian League for Human Rights (LADDH) has called for a national campaign against the law.
The European Union has also expressed its concern. “We hope that these practical difficulties in the implementation of this law which are not quite the same for all associations will be lifted to facilitate the work of associations” said the head of the EU delegation of Algeria Marek Skolil during a press conference on December 22 in Algiers.

Two pastors killed in Kenya Published: October 29 2013 by Julius Mbaluto
Perpetrators must be arrested and security increased say church leaders. Mombasa.
Lauren Pressley / Flickr / Creative Commons Two pastors from southern coastal towns in Kenya were killed last weekend in separate attacks. Charles Mathole a leader of Mombasa’s Redeemed Gospel Church in Mtopanga was found dead in church on the morning of Sunday October 20 shot in the head and with a Bible in his lap. A member of the choir in his church said he seemed to have been preparing the Sunday morning service when he was shot. In Kilifi about 60 kilometres north of Mombasa the body of a pastor with the East African Pentecostal Churches Ibrahim Kithaka was found dumped in a patch of bushes near Madamani trading centre in Vitengeni according to members of his church. The two deaths come just a few days after the coastal town of Mombasa witnessed its worst rioting in recent years after the drive-by shooting of a Muslim Imam Ibrahim Rogo itself in the aftermath of the Westgate mall attack.
Rioters protesting against Rogo’s death had burned a Salvation Army Church in Kenya’s second largest city and four people lost their lives during the protests).
One local pastor whose name is being withheld for security reasons told World Watch Monitor the atmosphere remained tense following the murder of Sheikh Rogo and his three companions.
“Church leaders have all received threatening text messages in the past but they have increased since the sheikh was killed” he said. “The text messages from an unknown number say: ‘Be prepared we are coming for you.’ We reported them to the police but no arrests have been made.
Another local pastor said that Muslim leaders had openly incited local youth against Christians in the previous few weeks.
“They abused us very badly” he said. “We reported to the OCPD [Officer Commanding Police Division] who promised to disband the meeting but did not. We also hear [rumours] that [extremists] have targeted five specific churches for destruction. We do not know which churches those are but we have informed the police of this too.”
In a statement released on October 21 Mombasa Church Forum pastors called on the government to intensify security.
“The Mombasa Church Forum categorically states that no attack on Christians or their church leaders will deter us from our way of worship and our freedom of religion. To the perpetrators of these heinous attacks we hereby state that we will not be intimidated and will continue to worship our Lord in our churches” said Bishop Wilfred Lai Chairman of the Mombasa Church Forum.
Assistant Police Commissioner Vincent Kibaara said that Pastor Kithaka was in the process of setting up a church in the Muryachakwe area of Kilifi and it is believed he was attacked while travelling home.
The police chief said they were looking for two boys seen with the pastor before he was killed. “We are yet to get leads on what transpired but we are looking for the two boys last seen with the pastor. I am sure they will shed some light on his death” said Mr Kibaara.
Kilifi County Deputy Speaker Teddy Mwambire and Governor Amason Kingi asked Kilifi County Police Commander James Kithuka to clean up his office and fight crime. The acting Mombasa County Commissioner Mohamed Salim said police are investigating the incidents and asked for patience.
Kenya which has a Christian majority of 85 per cent has little history of interfaith tensions. However in recent years this has changed.
Kenyan forces have been in Somalia since 2011.
Albany Associates / Flickr / Creative Commons
One factor has been Kenya’s military involvement in Somalia since October 2011 and the retaliatory response of the Islamic extremist group Al-Shabaab which swore to attack Kenya until her troops were called back home from Somalia.
Recent attacks at Westgate Mall in Nairobi saw the terrorists force many of their captives to recite the Islamic prayer. Those who were not able were deemed ‘Kafirs’ or non-believers and were killed (although Muslims also died in Westgate so it was not clear-cut).
The terrorists were seen in recent CCTV footage praying inside Westgate shopping mall in Nairobi after killing 67 people including women and children and injuring over 200 others.
Kenyan Christian and Muslim leaders together condemned the Westgate attack telling Kenyans that they should not be divided by religion. Kenya’s former Prime Minister backed this campaign saying that Islam is a religion of peace and never condones killing therefore the killers were terrorists and not true Muslims.
Al-Shabaab’s campaign has been felt in many church quarters and in Kenya as a whole. Many churches now have routine security checks. Now the Westgate attacks seem to have increased Kenyans’ resolve to win the battle against Al-Shabaab. Whereas the attackers demanded the withdrawal of Kenya’s troops from Somalia President Uhuru Kenyatta was quoted as saying Kenyan troops will stay in Somalia until that country “gets its house in order”.
However there is another dimension to the assault on Christians in Kenya. In north-east Kenya tension has been high for much longer than Kenya’s involvement in fighting Al-Shabaab across the border.
Analysts say this assault is also about ridding the Muslim-dominated north east of its Christians an Islamist agenda for Kenya and a secessionist agenda in the region.
In February this year two pastors Abdi Welli and Ibrahim Makunyi were shot by unknown gunmen who killed the one and wounded the other. The two pastors were leaders in the East Africa Pentecostal church in Garissa in northern Kenya.
Kenya is a new arrival at No. 40 on the World Watch List which charts the countries where life as a Christian is most difficult.
“Kenya has come under the grip of Islamic extremism more and more and this is a source of hostility against Christians” reports the List. “Thousands of Somalis continue to cross the border into Kenya as the situation in Somalia worsens causing much instability in Kenya. Members of the extremist Islamic movement in Somalia therefore also cross into the north-eastern and coastal regions of Kenya spreading their extremist views and this is where the majority of Christian persecution takes place.”
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Iranian Christian jailed for 10 years freed. Published: November 05 2013
Successful appeal after just three months for 27-year-old
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Mostafa Bordbar 27 has been released after just three months.
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An Iranian Christian sentenced to 10 years in prison has been released after three months.
Mostafa Bordbar 27 was released Nov. 3 from Tehran’s Evin Prison after charges of participating in an “anti-security organisation” and “gathering with intent to commit crimes against Iranian national security” were overturned.
Bordbar was arrested in December last year during Christmas celebrations with friends and sentenced in July. The Oct. 30 appeals court hearing cleared him of all charges.
Iran has come under increasing pressure from the international community to improve its human rights record including its number of political prisoners or other prisoners of conscience such as the more than 40 Christians behind bars.
In September two Christians were released a decision welcomed internationally. Mitra Rahmati and Maryam Jalili were nearing the end of their sentences and were released just ahead of new President Hassan Rouhani’s first address to the U.N. General Assembly in New York.
The U.S. ambassador to the U.N. Samantha Power took to Twitter on Sept. 18 to hail the release of prisoners from Iran’s jails. “But it’s far from enough” she wrote. “Those missing or unjustly detained including Amir Hekmati Saeed Abedini and Bob Levinson must be returned home.”
Hekmati is awaiting retrial in Iran on espionage charges. Levinson was kidnapped in Iran in 2007 and is believed to remain in government custody. Meanwhile Abedini an Iranian-born U.S. citizen and pastor serving eight years in prison for his missionary work has written to Rouhani asking for justice and freedom.
At least 300 Christians have been arrested in the past three years in Iran with the most common charges being actions against public security and propaganda against the regime. Many of these Christians were arrested while taking part in “house churches” small meetings of Christians who gather to worship and pray together.
“In bringing about these charges against Christians both the government and the judiciary have made an error of law and fact because Christian gatherings either at homes or churches are mainly formed for Christians to worship together and to read and study the Bible not to change the regime and they do not have a goal of any political activity. So these are wrong judgments” human rights lawyer Attieh Fard told the United Nations Human Rights Council last month.
Fard urged Rouhani to make good on his promises to the U.N. in New York by releasing the 42 Christians known to be in jail and the 45 awaiting trial.
Bordbar’s victory in court comes one week after another four Iranian Christians lost their own appeals having been convicted of similar charges.
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Iranian Christian jailed for 10 years freed. Published: November 05 2013
Successful appeal after just three months for 27-year-old
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Mostafa Bordbar 27 has been released after just three months.
Mohabat News
An Iranian Christian sentenced to 10 years in prison has been released after three months.
Mostafa Bordbar 27 was released Nov. 3 from Tehran’s Evin Prison after charges of participating in an “anti-security organisation” and “gathering with intent to commit crimes against Iranian national security” were overturned.
Bordbar was arrested in December last year during Christmas celebrations with friends and sentenced in July. The Oct. 30 appeals court hearing cleared him of all charges.
Iran has come under increasing pressure from the international community to improve its human rights record including its number of political prisoners or other prisoners of conscience such as the more than 40 Christians behind bars.
In September two Christians were released a decision welcomed internationally. Mitra Rahmati and Maryam Jalili were nearing the end of their sentences and were released just ahead of new President Hassan Rouhani’s first address to the U.N. General Assembly in New York.
The U.S. ambassador to the U.N. Samantha Power took to Twitter on Sept. 18 to hail the release of prisoners from Iran’s jails. “But it’s far from enough” she wrote. “Those missing or unjustly detained including Amir Hekmati Saeed Abedini and Bob Levinson must be returned home.”
Hekmati is awaiting retrial in Iran on espionage charges. Levinson was kidnapped in Iran in 2007 and is believed to remain in government custody. Meanwhile Abedini an Iranian-born U.S. citizen and pastor serving eight years in prison for his missionary work has written to Rouhani asking for justice and freedom.
At least 300 Christians have been arrested in the past three years in Iran with the most common charges being actions against public security and propaganda against the regime. Many of these Christians were arrested while taking part in “house churches” small meetings of Christians who gather to worship and pray together.
“In bringing about these charges against Christians both the government and the judiciary have made an error of law and fact because Christian gatherings either at homes or churches are mainly formed for Christians to worship together and to read and study the Bible not to change the regime and they do not have a goal of any political activity. So these are wrong judgments” human rights lawyer Attieh Fard told the United Nations Human Rights Council last month.
Fard urged Rouhani to make good on his promises to the U.N. in New York by releasing the 42 Christians known to be in jail and the 45 awaiting trial.
Bordbar’s victory in court comes one week after another four Iranian Christians lost their own appeals having been convicted of similar charges.

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Two pastors killed in Kenya Published: October 29 2013 by Julius Mbaluto
Perpetrators must be arrested and security increased say church leaders. Mombasa.
Lauren Pressley / Flickr / Creative Commons Two pastors from southern coastal towns in Kenya were killed last weekend in separate attacks. Charles Mathole a leader of Mombasa’s Redeemed Gospel Church in Mtopanga was found dead in church on the morning of Sunday October 20 shot in the head and with a Bible in his lap. A member of the choir in his church said he seemed to have been preparing the Sunday morning service when he was shot. In Kilifi about 60 kilometres north of Mombasa the body of a pastor with the East African Pentecostal Churches Ibrahim Kithaka was found dumped in a patch of bushes near Madamani trading centre in Vitengeni according to members of his church. The two deaths come just a few days after the coastal town of Mombasa witnessed its worst rioting in recent years after the drive-by shooting of a Muslim Imam Ibrahim Rogo itself in the aftermath of the Westgate mall attack.
Rioters protesting against Rogo’s death had burned a Salvation Army Church in Kenya’s second largest city and four people lost their lives during the protests).
One local pastor whose name is being withheld for security reasons told World Watch Monitor the atmosphere remained tense following the murder of Sheikh Rogo and his three companions.
“Church leaders have all received threatening text messages in the past but they have increased since the sheikh was killed” he said. “The text messages from an unknown number say: ‘Be prepared we are coming for you.’ We reported them to the police but no arrests have been made.
Another local pastor said that Muslim leaders had openly incited local youth against Christians in the previous few weeks.
“They abused us very badly” he said. “We reported to the OCPD [Officer Commanding Police Division] who promised to disband the meeting but did not. We also hear [rumours] that [extremists] have targeted five specific churches for destruction. We do not know which churches those are but we have informed the police of this too.”
In a statement released on October 21 Mombasa Church Forum pastors called on the government to intensify security.
“The Mombasa Church Forum categorically states that no attack on Christians or their church leaders will deter us from our way of worship and our freedom of religion. To the perpetrators of these heinous attacks we hereby state that we will not be intimidated and will continue to worship our Lord in our churches” said Bishop Wilfred Lai Chairman of the Mombasa Church Forum.
Assistant Police Commissioner Vincent Kibaara said that Pastor Kithaka was in the process of setting up a church in the Muryachakwe area of Kilifi and it is believed he was attacked while travelling home.
The police chief said they were looking for two boys seen with the pastor before he was killed. “We are yet to get leads on what transpired but we are looking for the two boys last seen with the pastor. I am sure they will shed some light on his death” said Mr Kibaara.
Kilifi County Deputy Speaker Teddy Mwambire and Governor Amason Kingi asked Kilifi County Police Commander James Kithuka to clean up his office and fight crime. The acting Mombasa County Commissioner Mohamed Salim said police are investigating the incidents and asked for patience.
Kenya which has a Christian majority of 85 per cent has little history of interfaith tensions. However in recent years this has changed.
Kenyan forces have been in Somalia since 2011.
Albany Associates / Flickr / Creative Commons
One factor has been Kenya’s military involvement in Somalia since October 2011 and the retaliatory response of the Islamic extremist group Al-Shabaab which swore to attack Kenya until her troops were called back home from Somalia.
Recent attacks at Westgate Mall in Nairobi saw the terrorists force many of their captives to recite the Islamic prayer. Those who were not able were deemed ‘Kafirs’ or non-believers and were killed (although Muslims also died in Westgate so it was not clear-cut).
The terrorists were seen in recent CCTV footage praying inside Westgate shopping mall in Nairobi after killing 67 people including women and children and injuring over 200 others.
Kenyan Christian and Muslim leaders together condemned the Westgate attack telling Kenyans that they should not be divided by religion. Kenya’s former Prime Minister backed this campaign saying that Islam is a religion of peace and never condones killing therefore the killers were terrorists and not true Muslims.
Al-Shabaab’s campaign has been felt in many church quarters and in Kenya as a whole. Many churches now have routine security checks. Now the Westgate attacks seem to have increased Kenyans’ resolve to win the battle against Al-Shabaab. Whereas the attackers demanded the withdrawal of Kenya’s troops from Somalia President Uhuru Kenyatta was quoted as saying Kenyan troops will stay in Somalia until that country “gets its house in order”.
However there is another dimension to the assault on Christians in Kenya. In north-east Kenya tension has been high for much longer than Kenya’s involvement in fighting Al-Shabaab across the border.
Analysts say this assault is also about ridding the Muslim-dominated north east of its Christians an Islamist agenda for Kenya and a secessionist agenda in the region.
In February this year two pastors Abdi Welli and Ibrahim Makunyi were shot by unknown gunmen who killed the one and wounded the other. The two pastors were leaders in the East Africa Pentecostal church in Garissa in northern Kenya.
Kenya is a new arrival at No. 40 on the World Watch List which charts the countries where life as a Christian is most difficult.
“Kenya has come under the grip of Islamic extremism more and more and this is a source of hostility against Christians” reports the List. “Thousands of Somalis continue to cross the border into Kenya as the situation in Somalia worsens causing much instability in Kenya. Members of the extremist Islamic movement in Somalia therefore also cross into the north-eastern and coastal regions of Kenya spreading their extremist views and this is where the majority of Christian persecution takes place.”
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Algerian churches NGOs wary as ‘restrictive’ law comes into force
Published: January 10 2014
Protestant Church concerned Amnesty International and EU head call for repeal of ‘draconian’ law. Mustapha Krim President of the Protestant Church of Algeria (EPA).
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A number of churches as well as foreign NGOs in Algeria have called for the abolishment of a new law which they say will hamper their work.
Under the law which will come into effect on Sunday (January 12) NGOs may be dissolved or suspended if their business is deemed to interfere with national affairs.
Those who fail to comply with the law by January 12 will be liable to prosecution.
Amnesty International claims the law gives Algerian authorities permission to restrict the work of foreign NGOs including human rights organisations.
The law was passed in January 2012 as part of Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika’s political reforms but it has been criticised by Amnesty International as “draconian”.
In a statement released on December 18 2013 by its bureau in Algiers the human rights organisation said the law threatens freedom and democracy.
“The new Algerian law on associations should be repealed before the expiry of the deadline in January set for existing associations to get registered in order to avoid irreparable damage to Algerian civil society. This draconian law could lead to the closure of independent organisations and civil society and stifle debate on key political social and economic issues” said Amnesty’s statement.
The organisation adds that the law “arbitrarily restricts the right to freedom of association and elevated it de facto to a criminal offense in violation of state obligations prescribed by international human rights law”.
The Protestant Church of Algeria (EPA) is among a number of other local organisations concerned by the new law.
The law stipulates that an association must be present in at least 12 regions out of a total of 48 across the country in order to be granted national status. Previously the EPA in Algeria was present in only five regions so it has been obliged to obtain the affiliation of other churches located across seven additional regions in order to comply.
“We sent an updated version of our constitution to the Ministry of the Interior at the end of November just two weeks after our general assembly” explained Pastor Mustapha Krim president of the EPA. “We were advised by a lawyer to ensure we introduce our application in the right way. We have done everything necessary to comply with this new law.”
Under the provisions of the new law the Ministry of Interior will either issue a receipt of approval or a decision of refusal within 60 days.
Already facing restrictions due to the controversial 2006 law forcing churches to register with the state the provisions of this new law will further limit the activities of churches in Algeria.
The 2006 also law outlaws any Christian evangelism of Muslims as well as the distribution production and storing of material used for this purpose.
A group of associations including the Algerian League for Human Rights (LADDH) has called for a national campaign against the law.
The European Union has also expressed its concern. “We hope that these practical difficulties in the implementation of this law which are not quite the same for all associations will be lifted to facilitate the work of associations” said the head of the EU delegation of Algeria Marek Skolil during a press conference on December 22 in Algiers.

#Obama tu sei patetico ma quello di pensare che la #NSA si limiti a spiare è soltanto una analisi molto riduttiva loro possono entrare in tutti i siti e possono cancellare e modificare ogni cosa di quel sito web. infatti i satanisti sono arroganti e calpestano lo altrui pensiero culturale e quindi deridono il cristianesimo è con cavilli che hanno distrutto tanti siti web cristiani in youtube.

#Obama e se io ero un uomo bugiardo oppure un umo che non voleva bene a tutte le persone del mondo oppure un uomo che non voleva proteggere tutte le religioni e tuutti i governi poi io non potevo mai essere stato eletto da Dio ad essere Unius REI.

#Obama tu guarda tutto il male che noi abbiamo fatto al nostro pianeta visto che lui era prima il paradiso terrestre: fatto da Dio. 1. noi abbiamo fatto: la Torre di Babele 2. abbiamo meritato: il diluvio universale 3. poi abbiamo costruito tanti sistemi ideologici e politici per fare soffrire: tante persone innocenti. 4. infine: i farisei Illuminati Spa Fmi per nascondere la loro truffa di signoraggio bancario hanno preteso [cioè per motivi contabili hanno avuto bisogno] di due guerre mondiali ed hanno rovinato depauperato impoverito degradato in ogni modo il genere umano! 5. ecco perché di questo tutti sono sicuri: “voi senza Unius REI voi non potete minimamente sperare di poter sfuggire: anche: a questa terza guerra mondiale”

#Obama e poi che genere di merda i farisei anglo-americani Bildenberg le sinistre massoniche che dominano il mondo avendo rubato a tutti la sovranità monetaria hanno finaziato e portato a vittoria nel loro odio assurdo contro Gesù Cristo il giusto uomo nato a Betlemme? il relativimo il materialismo il secolarismo e quindi la eterna fiaba teoria della evoluzione che dopo 150 anni non potrà più essere dimostrata certamente. [ ecco perché le cose più aberranti come pedofilia eutanasia omosessualismo aborto ed ogni perversione sessuale il sataniso stesso hanno trovato (non solo una tolleranza) ma addirittura una giustificazione giuridica sul nostro pianeta! ]

#Obama tu sei formalmente apparentemente in cima al potere di un pianeta mentre tutti sanno che tu sei un burattino che non conta un cazzo! e tu non hai nessun potere sul futuro delle tue figlie senza di me! Quindi tu non verrai a raccontare a me le tue stronzate!

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