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Hamas charter gets UNESCO seat-US cuts Funds,

In a word with you, Global terror, Israel and Jews, Live Stream Videos-Latest Reports, Russia, Strange new world, Video Stream-Middle East Uprising on November 1, 2011 at 8:34 am

Hamas Charter emphatically calls for Obliteration of Isreal from world map and Unesco tells us accomodating this intact is Peace!

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What is overlooked is the fact that Palestine remains under grip of Militias and Hamas retains its Charter declaration –vowing to wipe out Israel from the map of the world-hardly a peaceful program. Hamas runs the territories from where Rocket attacks and Terror strikes occur regularly on Israeli civilians and towns. Hamas regime also couldn’t stop ethnic cleansing of Jews and Christian minorities from its areas.

EU and Nato also turns a blind eye to ride of Islamist ideologies and groups linked to al Qaeda like at Libyan Uprising, Tunisia and Egypt. France could be sowing seeds for its own nemesis soon when Islamist groups start acting along Extremist lines.

EU and US support has practically given on a platter to Iran Iraq and the doorway to a future Jihad against Israel that gets surrounded by a surge of Islamist groups with Turkish and Egyptian help.

The damage to the fragile and ill kept balance will come home to roost- all in the name of Peace and Human rights, to both of which EU has remained a mute spectator –violations against Blacks and berbers at Libya, Copts at Egypt- both getting displaced and Ethnically cleansed, persecuted by periodic violence and terrorised as minorities.

EU also didn’t bat an eyelid in this ‘support to Liberty’ that ended up seconding Jhemil’s declaration of Islamic Sharia as the basis of Post Gaddafi Libya.

Published on Nov 1, 2011 by Euronews

http://www.euronews.net/ Palestinians have welcomed the granting of full membership of UNESCO but the US has immediately decided to cancel its funding of the cultural agency.

A US law forbids it funding any UN body that admits the Palestinians before an Israeli-Palestinian peace deal is reached.

Palestinian political analyst George Giacaman said: “UNESCO membership may be a moral victory for the Palestinians but there is no political advantage. It may put Palestine on the world map but it also creates a split between Europe and the United States.”

UNESCO gives Palestinians full membership

From: Euronews | Oct 31, 2011 | 301 views

http://www.euronews.net/ The UN’s cultural agency UNESCO has given the Palestinians full membership, boosting their bid for state recognition at the United Nations.

Of 173 countries voting, 107 backed the move.

Russia, China, and France were among those voting in favour.

But Israel voted ‘no’ and said the result would harm prospects for resuming Middle East peace talks. The US, which provides 22 per cent of UNESCO’s funding, also voted against

The clumsy NATO operations and the orphaned ethnic minorities

Pressure on EU to resettle Libyan refugees

From: Euronews | Oct 31, 2011 | 77 views

http://www.euronews.net/ NGOs working with Libyan refugees are calling for more solidarity from European Union states.

They say only a handful of countries have agreed to resettle 148 people who fled the conflict in Libya.

Euronews visited the Shusha refugee camp along the Tunisia-Libya border, where about 3,700 people are still sheltering.

Palestinian Statehood- first step to wipe out Israel says Ahmedinedaj, Subsaharan Africans in danger in Libya

In a word with you, Global terror, Iran, Live Stream Videos-Latest Reports, Video Stream-Middle East Uprising on August 26, 2011 at 8:32 pm

Iran's Ahmedinenaj clarifies Palestinian Statehood Recognition is a step towards destroying Israel

The Iranian president says the creation of an internationally recognised Palestinian state would be the first step towards wiping out Israel. Mahmoud Ahmadinejad was addressing worshippers at Friday prayers in Tehran.

“The Zionist regime is the axis of unity of all the world’s thieves and criminals. Do not suppose that by recognition of a Palestinian state your existence will be stabilised.”

Ahmadinejad delivered his speech on al Quds, or Jerusalem Day, an annual show of support for the Palestinian cause that is held on the last Friday of Ramadan.

This is interesting in that west and world at large vainly hopes that by granting a Recognition they are defusing the situation.

But both Arabs and the Iranians who have thier proxies who wreck peace by ceaseless war mongering such as the Hizbollah and the Hamas, think that is one step closer to annihilating Israel.

From: Euronews | Aug 26, 2011 | 31 views

The scenes outside a routed pro-Gaddafi camp in Tripoli bear witness to the ferocity of the rebels’ attempts to mop up the remaining pockets of loyalist resistance.

Human rights groups say Gaddafi’s use of foreign mercenaries has made all sub-Saharan Africans potential targets for revenge.

US braces itself for Hurricane Irene

Upto 55 million people living on or near the east coast of the US are preparing for the imminent arrival of Hurricane Irene.

Many are choosing to get out of the danger zone rather than face the category 3 storm with expected winds over 130km/hour.

Irene should hit North Carolina on Saturday morning although gusts and downpours are already being felt.

President Obama cut short his holiday in Martha’s Vineyard to issue a warning.

Videoflash – Hamas fires more Rockets into Israel, Raging gun battles at Tripoli

In a word with you, Analyst talk, Israel and Jews, Libya live video feeds and Updates, Live Stream Videos-Latest Reports on August 21, 2011 at 2:00 pm

Rebels have gripped tripoli in two directions in a pincer attack

The renewed violence between Israel and Palestinian militants shows no sign of stopping.

The Israeli town of Beer’sheva was hit by rockets on Saturday. One person is dead and at least seven others have been injured, one critically. Palestinians are responding to Israeli airstrikes on Gaza over the last couple of days.
The flare-up began with an attack on vehicles on a road near Eilat on Thursday which killed eight Israelis including a soldier.

Rocket fire from Gaza hits Israel – and Egypt

From: Euronews | Aug 21, 2011 | 112 views

Palestinian militants have fired more rockets into Israel today, prompting threats of retaliation in escalating cross-border violence.

There were no reports of casualties there or in Egypt where two rockets from the Gaza Strip landed at Rafah. An Egyptian security source said it seemed they were fired in error.

On Saturday, a rocket strike from Gaza killed an Israeli man in Beersheba.

Tripoli facing rebel assault from all directions

Libyan rebels say they have launched an attack on Tripoli, piling more pressure onto Muammar Gaddafi’s 41 year rule.
Gunfire and explosions could be heard in the capital on Saturday night, as the opposition moved closer.

Tripoli is being approached from both sides. Zawiyah, just 50 kilometres to the west, and Zlitan, 160 kilometres to the east, are both under rebel cont

Interview: Al Jazeera reporter from Libyan frontline

From: AlJazeeraEnglish | Aug 21, 2011 | 305 views

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Al Jazeera’s Zeina Khodr is traveling with Libyan rebels to the west of Tripoli.

She says that Libya’s opposition are in control of three Tripoli neighbourhoods: Fashloum, Zawiyat Dahmani, and Mansoura.

Mansoura is close to Bab Al Aziziya, the location of Muammar Gaddafi’s compound.

This is a live interview with Zeina from the frontline.

Abuse of Lankan Tamil war widows, Drone Wars, Israel strikes back swiftly

In a word with you, Crime and human story, Global terror, Israel and Jews, Live Stream Videos-Latest Reports, Pakistan on August 20, 2011 at 6:15 pm

Israel responded swiftly to rocket attacks on its civilian areas killing a commander and 4 other Hamas militants. The strikes come midst Hamas-Fatah faction fight that left about 50 people dead

Civil war leaves Sri Lankan woman vulnerable

Uploaded by AlJazeeraEnglish on Aug 19, 2011
Sri Lanka’s long-running conflict was brutal for its women.

More than 80,000 are said to have been widowed in war-affected areas of the island nation.

The peace that came with the end of the civil war has brought little discernible improvement to their lives.

The situation is especially bad for young women, who told Al Jazeera about rapes and sexual exploitation – in some cases by government officials and the military.

Steve Chao was granted special permission to report in the still sensitive area of northern Sri Lanka.

US sees rise in demand for unmanned drones

Uploaded by AlJazeeraEnglish on Aug 20, 2011
The US military is increasing its use of unmanned aircraft in its fight against the Taliban and al-Qaeda.

In an era of budget cost-cutting, sellers of remote controlled drones argue they can save the hundreds of thousands of dollars needed to recruit and train service members.

And as more countries add drones to their arsenals, manufacturers are taking steps to satisfy the growing demand.

Al Jazeera’s Rosiland Jordan reports from Washington.

Israel hits back

Uploaded by AlJazeeraEnglish on Aug 18, 2011

Six people have been killed after Israel launched air strikes in southern Gaza in retaliation to co-ordinated attacks inside Israel which left seven dead and wounding 25 others.

In the first incident, gunmen sprayed bullets at a bus carrying soldiers near the southern Israeli resort town of Eilat, while an army jeep, which was responding to the attack, and a private car were also hit with explosives.

Israeli troops claim they shot dead at least five of their attackers.

Al Jazeera’s Cal Perry reports from Jerusalem

Renaming Village Serbs rally behind Mladic, Arabs gang up at UN claiming East Jerusalem and Palestinian State

In a word with you, Global terror, Human Rights, Israel and Jews, Live Stream Videos-Latest Reports on May 29, 2011 at 8:18 pm

Palestinians were promised a gang up of Arab league demanding East Jerusalemat UN

Conflicting feelings over Mladic arrest
Uploaded by Euronews on May 29, 2011
The arrest of Ratko Mladic has revived conflicting feelings in Serbia.

A candlelit vigil has been held for Mladic in the village of Lazarevo. The Bosnian Serb wartime general, 69, was found at a house in the village last Thursday. For the people living there, Mladic is a hero who fought for Serbia. They want to change their village’s name to Mladicevo.

Arab leaders seek UN-backed Palestine

From: Euronews | May 29, 2011 | 152 views

The Arab League voted on Saturday to seek full UN membership for a Palestinian state in the Gaza Strip and the West Bank.

The proposed state would have East Jerusalem as its capital.

Mahmoud Abbas, the president of the Palestinian Authority, told the meeting of Arab leaders in the Qatari capital of Doha that the opposition of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu left them with no other option.

Iraqi refugees leave Syria for home

From: AlJazeeraEnglish | May 29, 2011 | 301 views

For more than a million Iraqis who escaped the violence in their country after the 2003 US invasion, Syria was a safe destination.

But now, as the security situation in that country worsens, many are going back to Iraq to face an uncertain future.

Al Jazeera’s Omar Al Saleh has the story of one such family

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