Egypt: Christians fleeing from Eritrea face horrible suffering

Eritreans who have fled one of the world’s most repressive regimes are facing unimaginable suffering once they arrive in Egypt, where an estimated 200 have fallen into the hands of human traffickers.

“They are in great danger from their government, which is one of the most severe persecutors of Christians in the world, and if they flee in the hope of a better life elsewhere, they face imprisonment, kidnap, torture, rape, beatings and even death,” said Patrick Sookhdeo, the international director of the Barnabas Fund, which provides aid to persecuted Christians. In addition, some refugees have reportedly had their organs harvested.

Read here.

Both Pope Benedict and Christian Solidarity Worldwide have both of them denounced this problem. I hope other international organizations also denounce it the sooner the better.


Pope prays for hostages in Sinai Desert

Pope Benedict XVI

I would like to watch this on the news. It’s shameful this is not being really reported (at least here, it isn’t):

Campaigners have welcomed the intervention by Pope Benedict XVI on behalf of refugees from Eritrea, Ethiopia, Somalia and Sudan who are being held hostage in the Sinai Desert by people traffickers.

Hundreds of refugees from the Horn of Africa have been held for months on the outskirts of a town in the Sinai Desert in purpose-built containers, where Bedouin people traffickers are demanding payment of up to US$8,000 per person for their release, though the hostages had already paid US$2,000 for passage to Israel.

On 1 December Christian Solidarity Worldwide, Human Rights Concern Eritrea, Agenzia Habeshia and EveryOne Group issued a joint appeal for urgent international intervention in the plight of the refugees, who are currently being held in degrading and inhumane conditions, bound by chains around their ankles and denied adequate food and water. The appeal details extreme methods of torture suffered by the refugees, including electric shocks, to force friends and families abroad to make the payments. The women in the group, who have been separated from the rest, are particularly vulnerable to severe abuse.

During his Angelus address on Sunday, Pope Benedict XVI invited pilgrims “to pray for all situations of violence, intolerance, suffering in the world, that the coming of Jesus may bring consolation, reconciliation and peace. I think of the many difficult situations, such as the continuous attacks that occur in Iraq against Christians and Muslims, the clashes in Egypt where there were deaths and injuries, the victims of traffickers and criminals, such as the drama of the hostages, Eritreans and of other nationalities, in the Sinai desert. Respect for the rights of all is the prerequisite for peace. Our prayer to the Lord and our solidarity can bring hope to those who are suffering.”

via Pope prays for hostages in Sinai Desert on Independent Catholic News.

US: Clinton threatens Eritrea action

US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has warned that the US will “take action” against Eritrea if it does not stop supporting militants in Somalia.

She said after talks with Somali President Sheikh Sharif Sheikh Ahmed in Kenya’s capital, Nairobi, that Eritrea’s actions were “unacceptable”.

She also said the US would expand support for Somalia’s unity government.

Eritrea denies supporting Somalia’s al-Shabab militants, who are trying to overthrow Somalia’s government.

She continues then with statements, made by other individuals from Obama Administration, menacing Eritrea with action. As I said back then, I am not sure if Eritrea is going to be very impressed by such statements.

To know more about Eritrea: Politics, Religion.

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Eritrea: US warns the country against arming Al-Shabab

Eritrea to face US wrath if it continues arming Somali terrorists | — Breaking News – Somali Videos — Opinions

Two senior Obama administration officials have warned that Eritrea could face severe punishment if it does not halt its alleged arms shipments to an Islamist terrorist group in Somalia.

Susan Rice, the US ambassador to the United Nations, said last week that the Obama team is “deeply concerned and very frustrated” with Eritrea’s support for Al Shabaab fighters who are trying to overthrow the Somali government.

“It is unacceptable, and we will not tolerate it, nor will other members of the Security Council,” Ms Rice told the US House of Representatives’ Foreign Affairs Committee.

Via BrucePatrick23.

Islamists are not going to be really impressed by someone who tells them “we are not tolerating it”. They know Obama won’t do anything, as he doesn’t want to be considered a “warmonger” like Bush.

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Reporteros sin Fronteras pone en marcha el primer Día Internacional por la Libertad de Expresión en Internet

Gracias a Harto (que le ha quedado un blog espectacular después de la remodelación post-electoral ) me entero de esta nueva iniciativa a favor de la libertad en internet:

Reporters sans frontières – Internacional

Miércoles 12 de marzo de 2008 : Reporteros sin Fronteras pone en marcha el primer Día Internacional por la Libertad de Expresión en Internet

Reporteros sin Fronteras pone en marcha el primer Día por la Libertad de Expresión en Internet, el próximo 12 de marzo. Con ese motivo, la organización renueva su operación “24 horas contra la censura” y llama a los internautas a movilizarse en el sitio

Actualmente hay 63 ciberdisidentes entre rejas por haber usado su derecho a la libertad de expresión en la Web. China sigue siendo la mayor cárcel para periodistas digitales y bloggers.

Para denunciar la censura ejercida por los gobiernos, y reclamar más libertad en Internet, Reporteros sin Fronteras hace un llamamiento a manifestarse en nueve de los países enemigos del Net. Durante 24 horas, desde el miércoles 12 de marzo, a las 11 horas, hasta el jueves 13 de marzo, a las 11 horas (hora de París), los internautas podrán crear un avatar, elegir el mensaje de su banner y tomar parte en una de las cibermanifestaciones que tendrán lugar en Birmania, China, Corea del Norte, Cuba, Egipto, Eritrea, Túnez, Turkmenistán y Vietnam.

Una iniciativa interesante: si me da tiempo mañana por supuesto que voy a participar en la defensa de la libertad de expresión en Internet. Es algo que a todos nos afecta y que si los rumores son ciertos, puede afectarnos en España más que lo podemos imaginarnos ahora.

El único inconveniente es que, para sumarse, hay que llamar a un teléfono. NO entiendo por qué no ponen un formulario para adherirse en la propia página web…

Reporters without frontiers is going to inaugurate the day of the “Freedom of Expression in the internet” next March 12th. The organization is then renewing its operation “24 hours against censorship” and calls the websurfers to a monilization in the site
There are 50 cyberdissidents imprisoned for using their right to freedom of expression in the Web. China is the greatest prison for digital journalists and bloggers.
To denounced the censorship made by the Governments, and to reclaim more freedom on the Internet, Reporters without Borders makes a call to demonstrate in nine of the countries which are enemies of the net. During 24 hours, from Wednesday March 12th, at 11:00, to Thursday March 13th, at 11:00 (Paris hour), websurfers can create an avatar and take part in one of the cyber-demonstrations which will take place in Burma, China, North Korea, Cuba, Egypt, Eritrea, Tunisia, Turkmenistan and Vietnam

What I can’t understand is why you should call to a phone number to take part in this cyberdisidents’ demonstration. Why they haven’t inserted a form in the webpage to adhere to them?

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Kenia: intervención extranjera

Y como en los chistes una buena (o por lo menos que tiene la intención de serlo) y otra muy mala (y lo pongo en negrita porque hay algunos datos que no me gustan nada…).

De España Liberal:

El Alto Representante para la Política Exterior y de Seguridad Común de la Unión Europea, Javier Solana, y la secretaria de Estado norteamericana, Condoleezza Rice, abordaron ayer por la mañana en una conversación telefónica la “posibilidad” de enviar “una misión conjunta de Estados Unidos-Unión Europea” a Kenia para “dialogar con las partes sobre el terreno y apoyar el diálogo entre las partes” en liza tras las contestadas elecciones presidenciales en Kenia, según confirmaron fuentes de la oficina de Solana.

Dichas fuentes confirmaron que tal posibilidad “fue una idea que Solana trasladó a Rice”, aunque nada hablaron sobre la composición o número de la misión conjunta. Asimismo, precisaron las fuentes, se trata de “una opción entre muchas otras que abordaron por teléfono”, sin precisar el contenido del resto de alternativas barajadas.

Veremos en qué queda esto. La solución pasa por un gobierno de coalición, según ambos dijeron. Mientras la oposición en Kenia propone un Gobierno interino y repetir los comicios.
Como bien dice el link anterior, la Fiscalía de Kenia ha pedido que se revise el resultado de las elecciones.

En un comunicado hecho público este jueves, el fiscal general, Amos Wako, expresó la necesidad de revisar los datos a raíz de la “percepción de que los resultados (de las elecciones) presidenciales fueron manipulados”.

“Debería realizarse inmediatamente, con carácter prioritario y por una persona o institución elegida por consenso e independiente, un adecuado recuento de los certificados válidos recibidos y confirmados”, afirmó Wako.

La Comisión Electoral otorgó la victoria a Kibaki, con el 46,38 por ciento de los votos, mientras que el aspirante del opositor Movimiento Democrático Naranja (ODM), Raila Odinga, recibió el 44,03 por ciento de los sufragios. Una hora después de anunciarse ese resultado, Kibaki juraba el cargo y comenzaba su segundo mandato.

El Presidente ha ofrecido dialogo, pero acusando de genocidio a la oposición, como también se ve en la imagen de arriba… Es una buena manera de ofrecer diálogo: insultando a aquel con quien quieres mantenerlo… 😦 Claro que eso da una posición de fuerza en el diálogo posterior, si lo hay.

Como dije arriba, no me gusta lo que está ocurriendo. Algo pasa aquí que no estamos viendo. Cómo un país tranquilo y con un desarrollo social aceptable deriva en una crisis humanitaria de este calibre, es algo raro.

A mí me preocupa (más que la población del país) los vecinos que tiene…Kenia tiene frontera con Somalia, Etiopía y Sudán, el pleno cuerno de África. Aquí estamos muy preocupados con los coches quemados en Año Nuevo (y es preocupante). Pero el Cuerno de África lleva siendo un verdadero quebradero de cabeza desde hace mucho tiempo, con un fundamentalismo islámico muy acusado. El otro día le dije a a./ que no me parecía que fuera más que violencia étnica. Sin embargo, me preocupa que un país, aparentemente tranquilo, derive en una crisis humanitaria generalizada con violencia racial, siendo la causa la sospecha de que hubo fraude en las elecciones.

Siendo grave la violencia racial (que lo es y mucho), no me parece lo más grave, desde luego: sería algo local y podría resolverse. El problema es qué papel han podido tener elementos (vamos a decirlo finamente) foráneos (ya sabemos lo que pasó en París en el 2005) y que esa violencia sea aprovechada para infiltrar elementos islamistas que desde luego la región no necesita, ya hay suficientes. Si se genera una crisis humanitaria de proporciones importantes, una de las principales fuentes de ingresos de Kenia, que es el turismo, caerá (y que mantiene además los ecosistemas gracias a los circuitos de safaris…). Y ello aún llamará más a doctrinas extremas y entre otras y desde luego, a los islamistas.

Debeis leer (está In English pero es MUY IMPORTANTE), este post de Adamantio. En él hay un dato curioso:

Mr Odinga wants to build more roads and modernise Kenya’s railways. He calls the failure to add an inch of track to the railway system since independence from Britain in 1963, “a strong statement about the mediocrity with which this country has been run”. He is also keen on devolution. A recent visit to Wales convinced him that a Welsh-style assembly would work for Kenya’s regions. As an ethnic Luo, Mr Odinga is proud of his friendship with Barack Obama, an American presidential candidate whose father was also Luo.

Mr. Odinga es el Presidente “electo” en las elecciones en las que hubo un presunto fraude. Dice The Economist que Obama es su amigo, porque el padre de Obama era de la etnia Luo lo mismo que él. Curiosamente, se ha acusado a Obama de ser musulmán porque lo era su padre keniata y luego por haber sido educado como un musulmán Wahabi en Indonesia a instancias de… el segundo marido de su madre.

And Obama has a “born-again” affinity for the nation of his Muslim father, Kenya, and his Kenyan sister. (Although Kenya is largely Christian, it has a fast-growing Muslim population that has engaged in a good deal of religious violence and riots against Christians. And Kenyan courts will apply Sharia law, when the participants are Muslim.) Wrote Turow:

Obama’s father died in a traffic accident in Nairobi in 1982, but while Obama was working in Chicago, he met his Kenyan sister, Auma, a linguist educated in Germany who was visiting the United States. When she returned to Kenya in 1986 to teach for a year at the University of Nairobi, Obama finally made the trip to his father’s homeland he had long promised himself. There, he managed to fully embrace a heritage and a family he’d never fully known and come to terms with his father, whom he’d long regarded as an august foreign prince, but now realized was a human being burdened by his own illusions and vulnerabilities.

So, even if he identifies strongly as a Christian, and even if he despised the behavior of his father (as Obama said on Oprah); is a man who Muslims think is a Muslim, who feels some sort of psychological need to prove himself to his absent Muslim father, and who is now moving in the direction of his father’s heritage, a man we want as President when we are fighting the war of our lives against Islam? Where will his loyalties be?

Obama siempre ha criticado y despreciado el comportamiento de su padre, musulmán keniata, fallecido en Kenia en accidente de tráfico. Sin embargo, en 1986 Obama visitó Kenia, después de reecontrarse con su hermana (él había vivido con su madre en Indonesia, donde ella había contraído matrimonio -presumiblemente con otro musulmán- y donde Obama fue al colegio -nunca se ha dicho qué clase de colegio-), visitó a su padre y abrazó una herencia y una familia que siempre había considerado como extranjera. Preocupante cuando menos… 😦

Kenia es un país mayoritariamente cristiano pero con una comunidad musulmana de rápido crecimiento Y cuyos tribunales aplican la Ley Sharia cuando los participantes son musulmanes… Sin comentarios… Ese tipo de legislación favorece la expansión del Islam más extremista, precisamente el de aquellos que no reconocen la universalidad de la Ley civil.

Creo que ahora estoy aún más preocupada… 😦

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Another Christian tortured to death in Eritrea, AlQaeda kills Sunni leader, Saudi Arabia vs Syria, Algerian bomb (3rd in 1 week), ex-Jihad speaks against Al-Qaeda and other items

More and more keep dying in Eritrea. The deaths are going up. Eritrea is located south of Saudi Arabia, in North Africa. The people who are imprisioned there, are placed in train like karts, in the desert. The believers imprisioned there are dying of the heat, and starvation. More than 10% of the believers in the country are in jail. On 9-11 another Saint got her crown of Matyrdom, and the headline doesn’t show anywhere. Another imprisoned Christian in Eritrea has been martyred. Voice of the Martyrs’ Canada’s Bernie Daniels says, “Nigsti Haile, aged 33, was tortured to death by Eritrean authorities in the Wi’a Military Training center in Massawa.”

She died September 5 after refusing to sign a letter recanting her faith, according to a report from Open Doors USA. Haile, an active member of the Rhema church, was one of ten Christian women who were arrested at a church gathering in Keren eighteen months ago and who have been under severe pressure to deny Christ.

Arabs for Christ – Another Christian tortured to death in Eritrea


How many newspapers are going to publish this??


Al Qaeda group claims killing Iraqi Sunni leader and, instead of asking for justice to be done upone the killers, mourners vow revenge at sheik’s funeral.

Some 1,500 mourners called for revenge Friday as they buried the leader of the Sunni revolt against al-Qaida, who was assassinated by a bomb after meeting with President Bush earlier this month.

[…] “We will take our revenge,” the mourners chanted. “We will continue the march of Abu Risha.”

The sheik was buried one year to the day after he organized Sunni Arab clans into an alliance to drive al-Qaida in Iraq from sanctuaries in Anbar province where the terror movement had flourished since the U.S.-led invasion in 2003.

Lt. Gen. Ray Odierno, the second-highest ranking U.S. officer in Iraq, and several high-ranking government officials attended the funeral, including Iraq’s interior and defense ministers and National Security Adviser Mouwaffak al-Rubaie.

We condemn the killing of Abu Risha, but this will not deter us from helping the people of Anbar — we will support them more than before,” al-Rubaie declared. “It is a national disaster and a great loss for the Iraqi people — Abu Risha was the only person to confront al-Qaida in Anbar.”

So, instead of confronting Al-Qaeda for a change and to really continue his march, they are going to take revenge.

I dont know


Oops, you know, Saudi Arabia is not very happy with Syria about the new US-hosted Israel-Palestine talks:

Saudi Arabia is showing increasing signs of displeasure as Palestinian-Israeli preparatory discussions on a US-hosted multinational peace conference in November meander on without apparent achievements.

According to Agence France Presse (AFP) Saudi Foreign Minister Saud Al-Faisal warned Wednesday, “If this conference does not tackle the key issues such as Jerusalem, the borders, the Palestinians and other issues that were clearly stated in the Arab peace initiative, then the conference will be pointless.”

With time running out for the establishment of a firm basis for the conference, a deepening crisis in relations between Syria and the Saudis is throwing a pall over the upcoming discussions and Lebanese presidential vote.

Frosty relations

Fraught Syrian-Saudi relations plumbed new lows this week with the announcement Tuesday that a scheduled visit by Syrian Foreign Minister Walid al-Mouallem to Riyadh had been called off.

Al-Mouallem was scheduled to meet Saudi King Abdullah II and other Saudi officials during a visit designed to ease tensions between the two regional powers in the wake of a public falling out last month.

Ties between Syria and the Saudis have been troubled for some time, with the kingdom feeling that its role in seeking to reconcile Lebanese and Palestinian factions has been undermined by Damascus. [Could it be because Syria is not interested in having peace between its neighbours?? What is gaining Syria with this confrontation?].

Nadim Shehadi from the UK-based think tank Chatham House told ISN Security Watch , “There has been a break in Saudi-Syrian relations for two years, which were sort of restored during the Arab [League] summit in March when President Assad was invited to Riyadh.”

But what do you know? There is also Iran-Iraq question between them:

Both Syria and Saudi Arabia are deeply involved in Iraq, where the correspondence or dissonance between their interests are far from clear, despite Syria’s close relationship with Iran.

Asked if there are differences between the Saudis and Syrians over Iraq, a source close to the situation told ISN Security Watch on the condition of anonymity, “Probably, but it is harder to say because neither of them has very transparent policies […] To the extent that Syria has a relationship with Iran it creates a problem for Saudi Arabia, but it doesn’t seem that in Iraq Syria has been backing the same parties as Iran.”

[…] Saudi Arabia saw the July-August 2006 Lebanon war and subsequent Lebanese political meltdown as opportunities to expand its sphere of political and economic influence in Lebanon, pouring hundreds of millions of dollars into government reconstruction funds controlled by the rump anti-Syrian Fouad Siniora administration.

A leaked October 2005 draft report of the UN probe into the murder of al-Hariri fingered prominent Syrian officials with close ties to the Syrian president as involved in the murder plot.

According to the anonymous source, “Saudi Arabia was extremely close to the former Lebanese prime minister who was assassinated. They suspect a Syrian hand, if not more, in his assassination […] And I think that was a turning point in their relations with the Syrians.”

The fight for Islamic rule is back… Worried


After the two attacks which took place last week, another bomb attack in Algeria:

A bomb has exploded in front of a police compound in Algeria, killing three people and wounding five others, officials say.

The attack happened in the town of Zemmouri, about 50km (31 miles) east of the capital, Algiers.

It is the latest in a series of bombs attacks in Algeria that have killed more than 50 people in the past week.

The militant group calling itself Al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb said it was responsible for the earlier blasts.

In the latest attack, the bomb was placed in a plastic bag at the entrance to the compound where police officers and their families live, Algeria’s security forces say.

They said two people had to have their legs amputated after the incident. [INCIDENT!!! You’re a bunch of stupid morons. Three people get killed and five others wounded, including the two which have had their two legs amputated and you call that an INCIDENT??? Nerd ]

So far no group has claimed the responsibility for the attack.



Speaking against Al-Qaeda from Saudi Arabia:

Ahmad al Shayea today.

RIYADH, Saudi Arabia — Ahmad al Shayea is the rarest of truck bombers — he survived his suicide mission in Iraq even though the blast from his bomb was strong enough to kill 12 bystanders.

Ahmad al Shayea survived his truck bomb attack, but not without scarring to his face and hands.

Al Shayea, who was disfigured during the attack, claims al Qaeda tricked him into becoming a bomber by asking him to deliver a tanker truck, which they had rigged with a bomb.

“They told me to take it to an address in Baghdad. As soon as I got there the truck exploded,” said the native of Saudi Arabia. He survived by jumping out of the truck.

Al Shayea renounced terrorism and returned to Saudi Arabia, where he works to convince would-be insurgents and terrorists to give up their deadly ways. [At least that is something…].

“I think God took me out of death to show others what can happen,” he told CNN. “If you join al Qaeda, they will use you, and maybe you will die.” 

 Hear why al Shayea turned his back on al Qaeda »

Al Qaeda propaganda videos glorify so-called foreign fighters in Iraq like al Shayea. It has recruited them from countries all across the Middle East.

Ahmad Al Shayea just after the bombing as he appeared in the Iraqi TV.


Other news:

Alexander Pichushkin has confessed to killing at least 62 people, with the goal of marking all 64 squares on the chessboard. He has been charged with 49 murders, most committed over the course of five years in a sprawling park on the edge of Moscow. Pichushkin’s first victim was his school friend, whom he strangled and threw into a sewage pit in 1992 because he was “upset” by the friend’s refusal to kill people together with him, said Moscow Chief Prosecutor Yuri Syomin. Surprise

Even if the Muslims are challenging the Orthodox Church, Patriarc Alexei is worried about Russia being proselytised by Catholic Church.

Russian Orthodox Patriarch Alexei II has repeated his insistence that a meeting with Pope Benedict XVI (bionews) should only take place after adequate preparation– and after the Vatican has complied with demands from the Moscow patriarchate to curb Catholic “proselytism” in the historically Orthodox countries of eastern Europe.

[…] Catholic officials have repeatedly denied such a goal. […] Catholic Church leaders explain that missionary workers aim not to convert Orthodox believers, but to attract the vast majority of Russian people who are not currently active in any church. But the Moscow patriarchate takes the stand that the Russian people are Orthodox, even if they do not attend any church servives.

ThinkingSo, instead of confronting the real danger, he is just quarrelling with other Christian denomination. Just work, Patriarc! If you believe your religion is the best, promote it, instead of groaning every year several times about it… Waiting

This is dedicated specially to blablablabla Chávez, than man

Cardinal Jorge Urosa Savino of Caracas has urged the Venezuelan government to show respect for critics of constitutional changes proposed by President Hugo Chavez.

Cardinal Urosa insisted that “no persons of groups should be disregarded or execrated simply because they disagree with the proposal.” He said that the proposed constitutional amendments deserve serious discussion, and encouraged a respectful hearing for all reasoned points of view.

In an implicit criticism of Chavez, who has charged that the country’s Catholic hierarchy is stirring up opposition to his government, the cardinal said that dissident political views should be heard without rousing “the ghosts of insurrection and destabilization.”

Rolling on the floor Eat that Chávez, you, moonbat! Laughing

Remember the F1 scandal?

McLaren received a systematic flow of information from a spy within rivals Ferrari for nearly three months this year, the FIA has revealed.

Drivers Fernando Alonso and Pedro de la Rosa were aware of the information.

Hey, what a coincidence!!! Only the Spanish drivers were aware of the information. Why not the rest of them?? Oh, yeah, there’s Hamilton “I’m-calling-my-father-to-defend-me-from-Fernando-Alonso“…

Hmm, this does not smell very good to me… Shame on you