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Islamists take over of Arab Uprising- Video report

In a word with you, Analyst talk, Crime and human story, Global terror, Human Rights, Libya live video feeds and Updates, Live Stream Videos-Latest Reports, Strange new world, Video Stream-Middle East Uprising on October 26, 2011 at 7:08 am

Islamists are quickly capitalsiing on removal curbs in Post Mubarak Egypt and Post Gaddafi Libya. At Tunsia they have managed to gain Power raising concerns of secularists and liberals. Arab springs has proved the 'islamophobia' right with brazen turn to islamist rule bringing in Sharia into Governance and Intolerance in civil society as at Egypt.Here is a vdieo report

Creeping Sharia takes over Arab Uprising

Published on Oct 25, 2011 by Euronews

The new Libya is considering how it will live by Islamic Sharia law, which includes some traditional practices which some countries consider inhumane.

Many Westerners were among those horrified when this vision was voiced just days ago amid celebrations over the death of Colonel Gaddafi.

It was by no means the first time such a prospect was raised, when the chairman of the Libyan National Transitional Council, said: “We as a Muslim nation take Sharia as the basic source of law.”

Liberal West seems certainly at a loss to understand the impact and ramifications. Lets listen to this talkinghead.

Published on Oct 25, 2011 by Euronews

More democracy is bringing more political Islam in the countries of the Arab Spring.

The strong showing of Tunisia’s moderate Islamists in Sunday’s election and a promise by Libyan National Transitional Council leader Mustafa Abdel Jalil to uphold Sharia have highlighted the bigger role Islamists will play after the fall of the autocrats who opposed them.

To talk about Sharia law and the concerns it raises, euronews spoke to Islamic affairs specialist Eric Chaumont, of France’s National Centre for Scientific Research

Published on Oct 25, 2011 by Euronews

The man claiming unprecedented political legitimacy in Tunisia’s election is said to embrace humanist Islam, and not any extremist rejection of modern, Western, culture.

Ennahda party leader Rachid Ghanouchi, who has studied in universities in Tunisia, in Egypt, in Syria and at France’s Sorbonne, and has spent years in prison and in exile, must now prove he is a pluralist if he is to avoid alienating secularist voters

Now latest Speech shows its another Taqaiyya– calls it Revolution! islamic Revolutiuon that is.

Islam-based Ennahda victorious in Tunisia election

From: Euronews | Oct 27, 2011 | 66 views

Tunisia’s Islamist Ennahda party has been confirmed as the winner of the country’s first free election following its revolution. The election commission said the party had won 90 seats in the 217-seat assembly.

Outside the Ennahda’s headquarters in the capital Tunis there were celebrations for the political group banned under Ben Ali’s regime.

Despite falling short of an absolute majority, Ennahda did win three times the amount of seats of its closest rival, secularist party Congress for the Republic

At Egypt Islamist take over of the Uprising has lead anti-Zionist and anti Christian vicious and cyclical violence already.
The transition to Pluralist and Open society is naturally viewed with increasing alarm by Secularists there and world at large- as more Islamist groups and Islamist ideas get endorsed and put in lead.

Human Rights lobby pushing Interventionism in Syria? NATO sponsored Civil War devastates Libya

In a word with you, Crime and human story, Human Rights, Libya live video feeds and Updates, Live Stream Videos-Latest Reports, Video Stream-Middle East Uprising, world that matters on October 14, 2011 at 6:47 pm

Human Rights has become a tool in hands of Interventionism?

Published on Oct 14, 2011 by Euronews

The United Nations’ top human rights official has called for “collective international action” to protect Syria’s civilians, warning of civil war unless what she calls the government’s “ruthless repression” is curbed.

The UN’s High Commissioner for Human Rights, Navi Pillay, stopped short of specifically calling for the UN Security Council to authorise the use of force.

She said the death toll from the pro-democracy protests now exceeded 3,000

Aronite thinking is that-

One should note that this Mr.Pillai and the Human Rights lobby have successfully pushed UN to allow Intervention at Libya- and the results are far from flattering. The Nato which had initially been justified on grounds of stopping loss of civilian deaths, later took a partisan stand and turned the Intervention into an alliance with Libyan Rebels.

Human Rights objectives were then the first casualty as military objectives took priority and civilian lives were violated and wasted with impunity. The NATO too threw to winds its professed care for civilian lives – bombing civilian areas and enabling assaults by Rebels on civilian enclaves.

At this very moment a ruthless mop of enclaves of Resistance at Gaddafi home grounds is on, and no one has any monitoring mechanism or record of the civilian casualties and human Rights update.
Human Rights had become now a catchy and convenient tool for western intervention with its own sponsor nations’ economic and political objectives.

Behind this myopic need, the Pan Islamists are seeking a regime change- especially at Syria- after the success at Libya.
Ironically, in this pact with Pan- Islamism to which the Western Economic obsession is blind, Human lives and Rights seem to be the worst victim.

Together they have turned Libya into a nightmare that could have just begun- for after Gaddafi the heavily armed and faction ridden militias can hardly be expected to care more for Human Rights and even if the further civil war gets tackled- the Sharia Constitution is hardly a model of human liberties and gender rights.

Libya: fighting breaks out again in Tripoli

From: Euronews | Oct 14, 2011 | 0 views

Battles have broken out in Libya’s capital, Tripoli, between revolutionary fighters and supporters of ousted leader Muammar Gaddafi. It is the first time the two sides have clashed there since Gaddafi was forced to leave. The trouble reportedly began when loyalists attempted to raise the old green flag – a symbol of Gaddafi’s regime. This led to a fierce gun battle in the Nasr District of the Abu Salim neighbourhood

Lanka releases 2000 LTTE cadres, Libyan Rebels killing Civilians

In Crime and human story, Hindu Diaspora News, Human Rights, India news, La Amerika, Libya live video feeds and Updates on October 4, 2011 at 2:53 pm

Rajapakse regime released 2000 Prisoners of War belonging to Tamil Rebel LTTE - amidst recent furore over Channel 4 Video depicting gross War Crimes. HWV was the first to publish that Channel 4 Video later picked up by Indian Express.

Libya witness to RT: Rebels killing civilians, food & water short
From: RussiaToday | Oct 3, 2011 | 7,983 views

As the forces of Libya’s new rulers continue their siege of the two remaining Gaddafi strongholds, we spoke to an eye witness. A woman from Tripoli, who asked that we call her Selma, was in Beni Walid a day ago. Speaking in a low voice in fear for her life, she said former rebels care little about the well being of civilians

Former Tamil Tiger rebels released in Sri Lanka

From: AlJazeeraEnglish | Oct 4, 2011 | 102 views

Almost two thousand former rebel fighters in Sri Lanka have been released.

They were among thousands of Tamil Tigers who surrendered or were arrested near the end of the bloody civil war, which spanned more than a quarter of a century.

Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa said, at a ceremony to announce their release on Friday at which 1,800 former fighters were hosted, that they must move forward and work together in the future.

Al Jazeera’s Minelle Fernandez reports from the capital, Colombo

NY Violence: ‘Media happy to show protests but not in our backyards’

From: RussiaToday | Oct 3, 2011 | 17,567 views

A wave of public discontent in the U.S. shows no sign of abating, following Saturday’s protest, where hundreds of peaceful demonstrators were arrested, sparking accusations of heavy-handed policing. Defiant anti-Wall street activists refuse to back down, saying more marches against corporate greed and social inequality are in the pipeline. Both the crackdown on Wall street and the way existing financial institutions are run, show that ‘U.S. democracy’ is just an empty phrase – that’s according to UK-based investigative journalist Tony Gosling.

Manchester March: Over 30,000 protest UK govt cuts push

From: RussiaToday | Oct 3, 2011 | 7,648 views

Tens of thousands have marched through the northern British city of Manchester in another protest at austerity cuts to public services and pensions. The rally, in opposition to the governing coalition and organised by trade unions, coincided with the ruling Conservative Party’s Conference in the city.

Gunmen kill 4 Kids with Rocket attack on School Bus, Libyan War Crimes by Rebels as well, Taliban Attacks -Clashes at Kabul

In Crime and human story, Global terror, Human Rights, La Amerika, Libya live video feeds and Updates, Live Stream Videos-Latest Reports, Pakistan, terror tora tora on September 14, 2011 at 9:27 am

The School Bus was attacked first with Rockets and Islamist gunmen enter and spray bullets on school kids killing 3 children instantly and the bus driver. 9 other kids are fighting for their lives with other wounded school kids. This barbarism is by now a familiar scene in Radicalised Pakistan's cities and revulsion to this Cult of Death and Medieval barbarism is shout down with accusations of 'Islamo-Phobia'. One wonders what kind of Religiousity could lead to motivate killing little tots like at Beslan school massacre?

Update
Gunmen Attack School Van in Pakistan, Kids Hurt

From: AssociatedPress | Sep 13, 2011 | 656 views

The Taliban said their gunmen attacked a school van in northwestern Pakistan Tuesday, killing at least four children and the driver. More than a dozen people were wounded. (Sept. 13)
Taliban also promises more such attacks would follow.

Islamists gun down 4 School Kids with Rocket Fire on a Peshawar School Bus at Pakistan.

Another 9 kids fight for lives grieviously wounded, while driver dies.

Published on Sep 13, 2011 by Euronews

Gunmen opened fire on a school bus in north-western Pakistan on Tuesday killing at least three children.

Officials said the driver also died in the shooting in the city of Peshawar, near the volatile border with Afghanistan

Fifteen children, all aged around nine years old, were wounded.

Police said the attack started with a rocket strike that missed the bus. The gunmen then opened fire.

War Crimes by Libyan Rebels as well

Published on Sep 13, 2011 by Euronews
Both sides in the Libya conflict have committed war crimes and must be held to account according to a report by Amnesty International.

It details pro-Gaddafi attacks on civilians using tanks, rockets and artillery and details numerous summary executions.

But forces of the new administration are accused too.

Published on Sep 13, 2011 by Euronews

There have been scenes of chaos in Kabul. The Afghan capital witnessed a series of coordinated Taliban attacks on Tuesday, as a series of explosions rocked the embassy district.

Several attackers armed with explosive vests and rocket-propelled grenades targeted government buildings, NATO headquarters, the US embassy, the intelligence agency and at least one ministry. The airport was also attacked.

Libya Video update- Libyan Rebels open hostilities at Gaddafi Hometown

In Analyst talk, Libya live video feeds and Updates, Live Stream Videos-Latest Reports, Video Stream-Middle East Uprising on September 4, 2011 at 10:30 am

Gaddafi Homeground under siege by libyan Rebels. Gaddafi has vowed to launch an Insurrection from Sirte

Uploaded by AlJazeeraEnglish on Sep 3, 2011

Opposition fighters in Libya have said they were preparing to attack Bani Walid, the town suspected of sheltering Muammar Gaddafi.

Gadaffi’s spokesperson says fighters will be met with fierce resistance.

Al Jazeera’s Sue Turton is with fighters awaiting their next move outside Bani Walid.

Former Al Qaeda Commander now leads Libyan Rebel Forces

Aronite Thinking is that-
There are enough signs that Islamists have snatched the windfall of Arab Citizen uprisings.

But the western coalition seems bent on repeating the Afghan mistake of arming to teeth Islamist elements and truning soft on ominous developments.
After the killing of General Abdel comes this news of an ex-Islamist and Qaeda’s Afghan war veteran nopw leading Libyan rebels at Tripoli.

NTC military chief defends his past

From: AlJazeeraEnglish | Sep 3, 2011 | 121 views

A military commander of Libya’s National Transitional Council is a former leader of the Libyan Islamic fighting group, he fought in Afghanistan, he was arrested by CIA and has been described as an Islamic extremist.

But Abdel Hakim Belhaj says he is an “ordinary muslim”, and blames the negative labels on post-9/11 backlash.

Uploaded by AlJazeeraEnglish on Sep 4, 2011
Qatar was the first Arab nation to support the allied forces and send its jets into Libya. A move praised by western leaders calling it a turning point for the region.
But is it being overly ambitious and potentially risky?

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