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ملكة الأنسانيه أنجلينا جولي قد تودعنا بعد ايام او بعد اشهر بعد ان تدهورت حالتها الصحية وادخلت للمستشفى حيث اصبحت تزن ما يقارب 35كلغ بعد ان حرمت على نفسها الاكل تضامن مع اللاجئين السورين في المخيمات والذي لم يفعل احد من العالم العربي هكذا،
لكنها لن تنسى بعد ان اعطت درسا لا ينسى في الانسانية والاخلاق للعالم باجمعه وللعرب خاصة
أنجلينا جولي ” أيقونة الإنسانية”
تبرعت ب
3 مليون دولار لمنكوبي تسونامي عام 2004
2 مليون دولار لمنكوبي دارفور عام 2006
4 ملايين دولار لمنكوبي المجاعه في الكونغو الديمقراطيه عام 2010
2 مليون دولار لضحايا الفيضانات في فنزويلا عام 2010
2 مليون دولار لمنظمة الطفل العالمي عام 2011
3 مليون دولار لمنظمة أطباء بلا حدود عام 2012
5 ملايين دولار لمرضى أطفال كمبوديا عام 2012
2 مليون دولار لمنظمة غلوبال إيدز أليانس عام 2013
و ما يُقارب 30 مليون دولار أخرى تبرعتها إنجلينا للأعمال و الجمعيات الخيريه بُمختلف صنوفها منذ عام 2003 و حتى يومنا هذا.
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* حتى هذا اليوم تبنت سبعة أطفال من مُختلف الجنسيات، وهم مادوكس14 عاماً، باكس12، وزهرة التي تبنتها من”أثيوبيا”10 سنوات، وشيلو”9 والتوأم فيفان ونوكس البالغان من العمر 6 سنوات.
آخرهم الطفل السوري “موسى” 3سنوات الذي كان مرمياً بين الخيم لوحدهُ بعد أن توفي والداه في الحرب
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الكثير ينعتوها بالعاهره الفاجرة،
لكن لم يسألوا أنفسهم ماذا قدمت فنانات العرب المُحتشمات الشريفات الطاهرات المؤمنات المحجبات المنقبات التقيات … الخ ؟
* أحلام الإماراتيه تملك ضعف ثروة انجلينا جولي و عندما سمعت بخبر تبني إنجلينا لـ “موسى” نشرت فوراً على تويتر :
“قلقه جداً من التربيه التي سيتلقاها “موسى” بين أيدي و أحضان غير مُسلمه”
علميهم يا من ترتدين فستاناً بمليوني دولار و خاتماً بنصف المليون و عطراً بألفي دولار، و لم تُفكري للحظه عن مأسآة الجوع و العطش و التشرد و البرد القارس الذي جربهُ موسى و أمثال موسى كُل ثانيه ..فهذة الكافرة الغير مسلمة قد علمت العالم العربي دروس في الانسانية والمحبة والعطف والحنان وضحت بنفسها من اجل العرب .

تستحق القراءة💔

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Visite de Tillerson à Beyrouth : ce qu’en dit la presse libanaise

(See notes at the end of the article)

Fermeté à l’égard du Hezbollah, écarts protocolaires : la visite, la veille, du secrétaire d’Etat américain, Rex Tillerson, à Beyrouth a été abondamment commentée vendredi dans les grands titres de la presse libanaise.

“Tillerson depuis Beyrouth : inquiétez-vous du Hezbollah”, titre le quotidien de référence an-Nahar, en référence aux propos tenus par le chef de la diplomatie américaine, lors de son escale à Beyrouth, selon lesquels l’engagement du Hezbollah “dans les conflits régionaux” menace “la sécurité du Liban” et a des “effets déstabilisateurs sur la région”.

Dans son article, l’éditorialiste Rosana Bou Monsef a vu dans les déclarations de M. Tillerson un “message adressé à l’Iran”, notant qu’elles tranchent avec celles qu’il avait tenues la veille, à Amman, lorsqu’il a reconnu que le parti chiite faisait partie du “processus politique” au Liban.

De son côté, le quotidien al-Joumhouria est revenu, dans l’un de ses articles, sur les écarts protocolaires qui ont marqué l’escale beyrouthine du secrétaire d’État, qui ont provoqué le “mécontentement” de la part des Américains.

A l’aéroport de Beyrouth, M. Tillerson n’a pas été accueilli à sa descente d’avion par son homologue libanais, Gebran Bassil, mais le directeur du protocole par intérim du ministère des Affaires étrangères. (Les coutumes de faiblesse d’antan n’oblige pas a perpetuer ce qui n’est pas du protocole international)

Et à son arrivée au palais de Baabda, un peu en avance, le responsable américain a trouvé le fauteuil présidentiel vide et a attendu quelques minutes l’arrivée de M. Bassil et du président Michel Aoun.

Le journal relate également les sujets de discussion qui étaient au menu des entretiens de M. Tillerson avec le chef de l’Etat et le Premier ministre Saad Hariri, notamment sur les dossiers du mur israélien à la frontière avec le Liban et l’exploitation des ressources offshores au large des côtés libanaises près d’Israël.

Al-Joumhouria publie par ailleurs un entretien avec le ministre de la Jeunesse et des sports, Mohammad Fneich, membre du Hezbollah, qui affirme que “les prises de position de Tillerson sur le Hezbollah ne nous concernent pas”.

Pour sa part, le quotidien al-Moustaqbal, propriété de M. Hariri, titre “Tillerson à Beyrouth : partenariat ‘stratégique’ et ‘médiation’ frontalière”, notant que les responsables libanais ont réitéré leur engagement envers la politique de distanciation des conflits régionaux et la résolution 1701.

Dans son article, Thouraya Chahine souligne que “le message de Washington est clair : la stabilité et l’armée libanaise sont des lignes rouges”.

Le journal al-Akhbar, très proche du Hezbollah, indique dans un article que “M. Tillerson a répété la même chanson américaine classique : désarmement du Hezbollah, assèchement des sources de financement du Hezbollah, retrait du Hezbollah de Syrie, préservation du calme au Liban-Sud et soutien à l’armée libanaise”.

“Le Liban refuse les diktats américains concernant la frontière”, titre le quotidien selon lequel les  Etats-Unis ont recommandé aux responsables libanais d’accepter les propositions au sujet de la frontière de l’émissaire du département d’État, David Satterfield, qui doit s’entretenir dans la journée avec Gebran Bassil.

Selon notre correspondant diplomatique Khalil Fleyhane, M. Satterfield a proposé une formule de compromis au sujet du bloc 9, prévoyant que la compagnie chargée de l’exploration des hydrocarbures offshore verse au Liban les deux tiers de ses ventes et le tiers à Israël, en attendant que le conflit frontalier soit réglé. Une proposition sur laquelle les dirigeants libanais ont exprimé des réserves.

(Pourquoi Israel ne verserapas le tier de ses ventes en attendant que les zones maritimes soient regle’?)

Note 1: After the visit of Tillerson on Thursday, Hassan Nasrallah delivered a speech on Friday. He bolstered the position of the Government by assuring them that Hezbollah can counter any Israeli land or sea encroachment on Lebanon. “Lebanon army is denied adequate weapons, but Hezbollah has all the necessary means to defend Lebanon’s rights”

Note 2: President Aoun responded to Tillerson that the military readiness of Hezbollah cannot be negotiated before a lasting peace on Lebanon borders and the return of the Palestinian refugees in Lebanon

Note 3: Any negotiation on borders land swapping is meant to erect a Wall of Shame along our border with Israel

Lire aussi

Face au secrétaire d’État, le Liban campe sur ses positions de principe, le décryptage de Scarlett HADDAD

Aoun : Tillerson était « à l’écoute et compréhensif »

Israel will never go to war with Syria or Iran

 After the downing of the F16, Israel realized that air aggression on Syria has no tangible return but generate worse images of an impotent Israeli military effectiveness.

It was not easy to trust the news reports that Syrian air-defence missiles targeted an Israeli F16-fighter jet and downed it in response to Israel shooting down an Iranian drone that, according to the Israelis, had entered their airspace.

This happened, though, and a wide-scale war in the region was seen as inevitable, but neither Israel nor its main ally, the United States, are interested in such a conflict.

According to Israel, its response was the “largest and most significant strike in Syria since 1982.” (Exact damages were Not discosed)

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu appeared to be trying to de-escalate the tension and avoid going into battle, in both his actions and remarks; so did the US. “Our policy is clear,” Netanyahu claimed. “Israel will defend itself against any aggression and any attempt to violate its sovereignty.”

Although he took advantage of the sympathy generated by the incidents, all he did was order a strike similar to dozens that Israel has carried out in the past, which he knows very well do not prompt more than a few hollow comments from the Syrians and their Iranian allies.

While he accused Iran of being behind the shooting down of the Israeli jet and said that he would defend Israeli “steadfastly” against any Iranian attacks, at the same time he stressed that “Israel seeks peace” with Iran.

This is the first time that Netanyahu has ever made such a remark regarding the Iranian issue. He is known for calling for the destruction of Iran and calling for the US to scrap a “peace” deal with Tehran.

It is possible that Netanyahu orchestrated the claim that the drone violated Israeli airspace in order to persuade his people that Israel did not come under attack by Syria or Iran when the Israeli jet was downed, but that its adversaries responded to an attack by the “cautious” Israeli air-defence system, which downed an enemy drone that violated Israel’s sovereignty. The message was clear: in such circumstances, the Israelis must expect some losses.

The Syrians and the Iranians denied that one of their drones crossed into Israeli airspace. In a TV interview, Iran’s Foreign Ministry spokesman Bahram Qasemi described reports of the downing of an Iranian drone flying over Israel and Iran’s involvement in attacking an Israeli jet as “ridiculous.”

Brigadier General Hossein Salami, of Iran’s Revolutionary Guards Corps, told the Iranian news agency Tasnim, “We cannot confirm this report on the drone because Israelis are liars.” The Syrians, along with Hezbollah, also called the Israeli claim about shooting down a drone “a lie.”

When Netanyahu spoke to Russian President Vladimir Putin and US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson to give them the message that Israel would not tolerate Iran’s violations, he provided more evidence that he does not want a war with Syria and Iran.

Prior to this incident, which was big for Israel, Netanyahu had attacked targets in Syria without consulting anyone; in fact, he did so again on this occasion and prompted no Syrian response.

Speaking to Russia and the US made it look as if he was asking them to intervene and say, “Maintain self-control, please.”

Read: Putin urges Netanyahu to avoid escalation in Syria

If Netanyahu wants to start a war against Syria or Iran, now is the best time to do so because Syria has been depleted by the civil war and the fight against terrorist organisations for seven years. Iran has been involved in proxy wars in Iraq, Syria and Yemen, so it is also feeling the pinch.

(I note that If the military capabilities of Iran and Syria are way below those of nuclear-armed Israel, equipped with the latest military technology, the Israeli military on the ground is way below the experience of Syrian forces in the battle field).

According to former US envoy Dennis Ross, the Israeli military believed that President Donald Trump would translate his promises about deterring Iran into something on the ground. “Netanyahu,” he said, “has now travelled to Russia seven times in the last two years to see President Vladimir Putin, not simply to ensure there is no conflict between Israel and the Russian forces in Syria but also to try to persuade him to contain the spread of Iranian military infrastructure there. The former has worked, but the latter has not.”

As Israel will be alone in any military adventure in the Middle East, Netanyahu has been working to de-escalate the tension arising over this latest issue with Syria and Iran. Ross proved this before the incident with the downed jet even happened.

Note: The downing of F16 was done with a salvo of 20 air missiles. It means the decision of Syria was to score a definite message that violating its airspace and targeting Syrian installation will in no longer go without immediate and effective response


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