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Peace in Libya: National reconciliation only with the return of Saif al Islam Gaddafi, Corriere della Serra

“Saif al Islam intends to take part in the Libyan National Forum that the envoy of the UN Ghassam Salame intends to organize already for next January. A great assembly of reconciliation aimed at preparing the political elections, which should take place by the spring of 2019. It is a Libyan citizen, since 2011 has never abandoned our country. He has …

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Herland Report in Italian L’Indro: Spietato controllo delle milizie, sofferenza di massa: benvenuti nella Libia post-guerra NATO

The Herland Report recently published an interview with  human rights activist, Mme. Linda Ulstein about the horrifying militia rule in Libya. Warlords fight for power and use extortions, kidnappings, rape, massacres and murder to terrorize the civilian population, while the West watches on in silence. Read the interview here. The practice of private prisons where thousands are incarcerated without trial, …

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Palermo: Hard to make peace in Libya without Libyan Tribes, Saif al-Islam Gaddafi

Saif al Islam Gaddafi El Lindro

The Libyan situation is still a chaos, seven years after NATO intervened in 2011 and overthrew the Yamahiriyya and killed Colonel Muammar Gaddafi. Since then civil war broke out, shocking media lies in 2011 were revealed and today various militia groups hold the population hostage in a terror regime few thought possible a few years ago. (Feature photo: Saif al-Islam …

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Libya i dag: Libyske statsinstitusjoner under militskontroll, grove overgrep, betydelig rasisme – Herland Rapporten

«Drap og tortur skjer ustraffet på alle sider av konflikten i Libya, ifølge en allerede to år gammel FN rapport. Den samme rapporten mener at de konkurrerende militsenes brudd på menneskerettighetene kan bli sett på som alvorlige krigsforbrytelser. De mest utsatte er innsatte, journalister og menneskerettighetsaktivister. (Feature photo: Fanger i Ain Zara A ber. Foto anonym.) “Mange mennesker har blitt …

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Implications of the Khashoggi Murder: Saudi Arabia’s regional position weakened, Iran, Turkey, Qatar won – Dr. Jacques Neriah, Herland Report

The Saudis have spent incredible and tireless efforts on disassociating Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman Al Saud (nicknamed MBS) from journalist Jamal Khashoggi’s murder on October 2, 2018. But claims by some media – directed by Turkey, Qatar, and The Washington Post (for whom Khashoggi was a contributor) – suggest otherwise, writes Col. (ret.) Dr. Jacques Neriah, a special analyst for the …

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Why Eastern European Nations Reject Muslim Migrants – Raymond Ibrahim, Herland Report

What accounts for the stark difference between how Western and Eastern European nations respond to Muslim migrants?  The former—including Great Britain, Germany, and Scandinavia—have been welcoming, whereas the latter—including Poland, Hungary, and Czechoslovakia—have not, often vociferously so. Part of the answer, which may surprise some, revolves around history: Eastern European nations have a long and intimate history with, and thus understand …

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UN Warns 18.4 Million Yemenis Expected to face Starvation by End of 2018, Herland Report

The United Nations aid chief urged the Saudi-led military coalition that controls Yemen’s ports to expedite imports of food and fuel supplies, warning that a further 10 million Yemenis could face starvation by year-end, writes Reuters. Yemenis in danger of starving to death may rise from 8.4 million today to 18.4 million by December, 2018. That’s three times the estimated …

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UN condemns Libyan militia attack on state institutions, exploiting national wealth – Herland Report

The United Nations, in the form of its specific Libyan body, the United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) expressed its ‘‘strong condemnation of the violence, intimidation and obstruction to the work of Libya’s sovereign institutions by militiamen’’. (Feature photo: One of the leading Libyan militia war lords, Abdalraouff Ghnewa Kikli, reportedly in control of the Ain Zara A prison …

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The Palestinians’ Worst Enemy Is Their Own Leaders: Corruption and repressive systems – Herland Report

Once in a very rare while, Western journalists address the massive problem in the Middle East pertaining to corruption and repression of free speech in the Arab world. This week, Human Rights Watch released a report on Gaza leaders and the report shows widespread abuse.  The two-year investigation included interviews with nearly 150 people, many of them ex-detainees. It accused …

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Forfalskning av Koranen, pågått i langvarige prosesser som vi må ta oppgjøret med, Dr. Trond Ali Linstad

Spørsmålet om «abrogasjon» eller at en «overprøver» tekster i Koranen er et svært viktig tema i islam. Det fordi dette åpner for forskjellige tilnærminger til Koranen. Abrogasjon betyr at man «avskaffer, opphever eller motvirker» Koran-tekster og legger til eller erstatter dem med angivelige utsagn eller handlinger fra Profet Muhammed («hadith»). Eller gjør andre endringer ut fra eget skjønn, skriver Dr. …

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