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Saudi monarchy has lost its war in Yemen

Its illusory power purchased in malignant medias and with sectarian alliances:

Hassan Nasr Allah (General Secretary of Hezbollah of Lebanon) has manhandled this obscurantist monarchy’s “worthless pride“.

And this Wahhabi monarchy is reacting with virulent counter attacks on any media disseminating the free expressions of Nasr Allah, opinions based on facts that most reasonable person understand and had witnessed for decades, starting in Afghanistan, Pakistan, Egypt, Jordan, Yemen, Lebanon, Bahrain, Syria and Iraq.

Saudi Kingdom started sanctions on Lebanon and a series of internal meddling after the heart felt speech of Al Sayyed

The Arab world most serious descent into ignorance was not during the ottoman Empire dominion, but when the Saudi monarchy acceded to wealth to wreck havoc in the Arabic societies since 1925.

Million of kids are suffering from hunger in Yemen and thousands have succumbed to cholera that affected half a million.

Scores of Saudi reformists are being detained. Head chopping is still the regulation and increasing for other reasons Not mentioned in Shari3a.

Thousands of religious madrassat and mosques are still being erected everywhere, with Wahhabi clerics heading them and teaching extremist and terrorist behaviors to newer generations.

All enlightened leaders (Antoun Saadeh, Boumedian, Abdel Nasser …) have stated that as long as Saudi Kingdom (Wahhabi sect) is standing, there will be no peace or progress in the Arab World.

And this terror mentality (of considering every other belief system other than Wahhabi should be eradicated by death) is spreading all around the world communities via ISIS.

Mind you that the tomb of Prophet Mohammad was destroyed and Al Ka3ba was a target to be blown up until Britain pressured Saud to desist from this objective because its Moslem colonies were in upheaval.


Notes and tidbits on FB and Twitter. Part 64

Man-made designs barely consider the idiosyncrasies of users and the environment of the community and the designers lack the necessary knowledge, technically and the socio-psychological intricacies, of the users and community.

The diversity of users and environments will easily pinpoint the deficiencies in any man-made system. The proper functioning of any system in the medium term relies solely on the acceptance of the idiosyncrasy of the community, regardless of the level of performance the system is delivering, particularly in health and safety usage and applications

The plot is thickening in Lebanon. The sectarian political system is Not ready for any reform of the election law. Any reform means giving leverage to the civil society that is growing and growling.

If we have to comprehend Lebanon on sectarian divide, it is more likely that the Shi3a constitute 45%, the Sunnis (including the Druze who never were Sunnis by any long shot in their history) 35% and all the Christian sects barely 25%.

How can an election law be tailor-made to offer the Christians 50% of the seats on their own voting potentials (according to the implicit agreement since its independence and Not by the Constitution)? It is Not feasible.

A leap of faith that the Lebanese citizens have developed to adhere to a civil society is necessary from the Christian political parties.

The emotional labor of listening when we’d rather yell, of working with someone instead of firing him, of seeking out facts and insights that we don’t (yet) agree with. and of being prepared…

The tiny “Arabic” Gulf States will solely pay the heavy price from any confrontation with Iran, military or economic. They will be drastically destabilized and investment will evaporate in no time. They better stand fast against the onslaught of this crazy Saudi Kingdom geo-political orientation.

Historically, the so-called Arabic Empire was basically Islamic, where the Arabic language was adopted for doing sciences and philosophy.

The Omayyad Empire was Syrian-based civilization, the Abbasid was Persian-based culture, the Fatimid was Maghreb-based customs implanted in Egypt and Andalusia was pretty much North African traditions.

Saudi Kingdom is trying this illusion that it is renewing a dead Arabic dominion against Persia Iran.

One-time imitation learning: An algorithm allows for teaching a robot how to do something by first having a human being demonstrate it in a virtual reality setting. Developed by a team at OpenAI, backed by Elon Musk.

“Tu n’a pas encore appris á aimer que tu sais d’instinct l’amour qui exalte et ennoblit”

“C’est l âme qui désir les corps” sinon pourquoi tous nos efforts pour rester en bonne santé et apprendre á souffrire les petites malaises?

La justice est une fugitive du camps des vainqueurs. Ces réfugiés Syriens, en quels camps de vainqueurs ont-ils été incarcerés?

La caste des privilégiés ne tarde jamais á se reconstruire dans tous les systémes politiques: Follow the money trail as source of this perpetual reconstruction

On peut toujours faire régner un peu plus de justice du pouvoir et l’argent. Les autres injustices peuvent être remedies, plus ou moins, par l’argent.

L’injustice nous suit dés le début: á nous de récupérer les brins de justice qui nous sont dues, si on refuse de n’être plus indifferent.

Il y a 2 sortes d’imbéciles: ceux qui croient aux progrés, et les pires imbéciles qui ne voient aucun progrés.

You own your level of freedom by the willful efforts you invest in retaining it, by continuing education and frequent active engagement in civil society

La claire vue du Bien entraine l’acte. Ce qui sous-entend que l’on n’est pas indifferent au cas presentés á nos choix

La vision distincte du Vrai entraine l’assentiment, meme si notre acte n’y adhere pas nécessairement.

Chacun invente son concept du Bien par les actes et les reactions qu’il produit.

Si vous ne pratiquez pas consciement le “Non” et le refus, personne ne distinguera ta volonté d’autonomie d’un être libre.

It is useless to comprehend philosophical works before you learned and developed your experimental mind.

The ideal pedagogical method is to focus on developing the experimental mind early on.

Apparently, Christian Lebanese applying to public posts are still under the illusion that they’ll outperform the “others” in the tests. Wrong. No mounasafa (50/50 share) for the less qualified.

Le monde est plein de choses tres belles. On passe sa vie sans les connaitre.

Sans un passport colonial, c’est difficile de voir toutes ces beautes: On doit se contenter des beautés locales

Women are the species. On the individual level, males observe the follies of women. On the scale of mass killing, women observe.

America’s vitriol towards Clinton reveals a nation mired in misogyny

Note: Hillary, Not only hate people in Middle-East and North Africa, she despise them since 9/11. She read the vitriolic book of Fallacy against Islam, made Bill read it, and carried on the her fury that never abated, regardless of how she tries to be rational and logical.

Hillary confirmed at several occasions that she and Obama created ISIS. They made use of the 1,000 Islamic extremists liberated by Syria President Bashar from jail in 2011 and rallied the Iraqi soldiers from the disbanded Saddam army by the US in 2004 to form a terrorist organization.

After Iraq Maleki PM denied the US permanent military presence in 2014, this duo orchestrated the invasion and control of ISIS of Mosul. This duo are ripe to stand trial at La Hague court for crimes against humanity.

Though, among the candidates in the last decade, she probably was the most qualified. (To be qualified is Not  a sufficient factor to be elected)

There has been much talk of late from professed fans of American history about how important it is to remember the major figures from the country’s political past.

Sure, those statues are celebrating confederate generals who were willing to die for the right to enslave black people.  (Actually, the American Revolution was carried out to defend right to keep slavery system against British abolition of it)

But still – we mustn’t forget our political legends, fellow Americans! So it’s rather intriguing that there’s one part of American history that many people are desperate to forget – to silence, tear down, steamroller and push out on an ice floe: Hillary Clinton. (Yeah, what a tragedy to democracy in developing countries)

Clinton’s memoir about the 2016 election, What Happened, was published this week and, boy, some people are not happy about it. It is too soon for her to be speaking, goes one complaint (reminder: Bernie Sanders published his book a week after the election and no one complained about that).

She is riling up her base and dividing the Democrats, cry others, an idea that is almost sweet in the faith it puts in a book that the vast majority of Americans won’t read, written by a woman who couldn’t even rile up enough people on a campaign trail that all Americans endured for two years.

She is still not accepting blame and that is repulsive, tut other people – when, in fact, she accepts quite a lot of blame in the book. “I’ve tried to learn from my mistakes. There are plenty, as you’ll see, and they are mine and mine alone,” she writes.

But because she points out that other factors played a part in her loss (guess what? They did!), and hasn’t nailed herself to a cross and thrown herself over Niagara Falls, she is a responsibility-shirking “neo-libtard”.

The most overwhelming sentiment about Clinton and her book is that she just needs to go away.

One poll this week had 61% of respondents saying Clinton needs “to retire”, but given that she pretty much has done, what they really mean is she needs to shut up.

Meanwhile, Amazon is having to weed out vicious reviews from people it reckons have yet to even read the book and are engaged in a coordinated campaign to rubbish it.

Obviously some of this anger has come from the right, because there are a lot of people who see no contradiction in defending statues commemorating racism while condemning memoirs by presidential candidates. But it has also come at least as much from the left.

Last Sunday the New York Times asked “What’s to be done about Hillary Clinton, the woman who won’t go away?”. When Clinton appeared at an event back in May, one writer from New York’s liberal tabloid, the Daily News, implored, “Hey Hillary Clinton, shut the fuck up and go away.”

The following month, Vanity Fair, a decidedly anti-Republican publication, ran an article headlined, “Can Hillary Clinton Please Go Quietly Into the Night?”

It surely doesn’t need spelling out that no other failed presidential candidate – including the many who have written books about their disappointed hopes – has been on the receiving end of this kind of vitriol, this determined attempt to silence.

You don’t need to like Clinton to grasp that she is an important historical figure. As well as being at the centre of the weirdest and possibly most corrupted election in American history, she is the first female candidate from a major party in a US election, and the first candidate who was also a first lady.

These factors alone mean she absolutely should write a book, and even if she spent 500 pages writing “Not my fault! Not my fault!” it would still be a fascinating document.

Again, things she warned about on the campaign trail have proven correct, not least the dangers of putting the nuclear codes into the hands of a man “who you can bait with a tweet”.

And yet her book has been bracketed alongside Ivanka Trump’s over-privileged waffling by one columnist who proudly declared she hadn’t bothered to read it, and dismissed as spiteful “score-settling” and “blame-shifting” by others who say they have.

For the past 8 months people have talked obsessively about the factors that gave Trump the election – RussiaJames Comeyvoter suppressionsexismracism. But the one person who apparently shouldn’t contribute to the discussion is the one who was in the eye of the storm.

People have been telling Clinton to shut up for as long as she’s been in the public eye, then blaming her for their bad choices.

When she said in 1992 that she chose to work instead of staying home to bake cookies, voters were incensed. “If I ever entertained the idea of voting for Bill Clinton, the smug bitchiness of his wife’s comment nipped that in the bud,” one reader wrote to Time magazine.

When Clinton was made chair, by her husband, of the task force overseeing the 1993 plan to provide universal healthcare, she was derided as a meddling little woman and multiple news organisations insisted there wasn’t an healthcare crisis in the US anyway.

When she was elected to the Senate, Trent Lott, the then Republican leader, said he hoped she’d be struck by lightning before arriving.

She has made concessions to people’s fear of a smart woman: she submitted a cookie recipe to a women’s magazine in 1992 in penance for her earlier comment. In the Senate, she poured coffee with a smile for men who had openly said they loathed her.

A long-running justification for this loathing of Clinton, one that has been trotted out often since her election loss, and now again as an excuse to bash her book, is that she is uniquely unlikable. “She was a terrible candidate!” go the cries, ignoring the fact she was the most qualified candidate in a generation, who got more votes than any candidate ever, with the exception of Barack Obama in 2008.

What these people are really saying is: “Only white voters matter.” It is an inconvenient truth (to borrow a phrase from another losing candidate who won the popular vote, and yet was never told to clear off when he spoke afterwards), but the only voters who deemed Clinton insufficient were white ones, women included.

On the other hand, 95% of black women and 70% of Hispanic women voted for her. Clinton, we have been told repeatedly by writers such as Mark Lilla, failed because she indulged in “identity politics”, which never wins elections, as if white people don’t have an “identity” and Trump didn’t win by explicitly playing to it, such as by taunting a Muslim Gold Star family and characterising Mexican immigrants as rapists and drug-dealers.

Of course people can argue with Clinton’s ideas. But to dismiss her book without even reading it, with the demand that she “shut the fuck up” is yet more evidence of the misogyny that has always, obviously, been behind the outsized vitriol she attracts.

Worse, she is now an uncomfortable reminder for white liberals that the majority of white Americans would rather vote for a man with a long history of racism than a woman.

For all the talk about how Clinton lost because she neglected the working class, 88% of African Americans, who have endured far worse and longer economic hardship than white Americans, voted for her.

Ta-Nehisi Coates writes in his new book, We Were Eight Years in Power: “Certainly not every Trump voter is a white supremacist. But every Trump voter felt it acceptable to hand the fate of the country over to one.”

There is no justification for that, no matter how much others try to blame Clinton. But national self-awareness is painful. How much easier just to burn the witch, and her book.

The Anomy System in Lebanon has burned all the red lines: New impoverishing Tax system

Politicians who have renewed 3 times their tenure without re-election own all the state businesses and infrastructure

In order to raise the cost of living, delayed since 2008, this class of politicians has fabricated new taxes to be shouldered by the already poor Lebanese.

خدمة لأيّ «ضربيات» صغيرة ترتكبون الكبائر وتهينون الفقراء؟

July 21, 2017 in daily Al Akhbar by Charbel Nahassشربل نحاس

نتقدم من حزب الكتائب اللبنانية بداية بصادق المواساة، ليس فقط لأنه خسر سجعان القزي عضواً في عديده، بل لأنه خسره رائداً ومرجعاً في مجالي علوم الفلك والرياضيات.
لم يحتج سجعان قزي إلى أكثر من سنتين ونصف سنة ليكتشف أن كلاً من أسابيع السنة، من دون استثناء، يضم سبعة أيام، ليس بينها سوى أحد واحد أحد.

وعليه استعان بالقدرات المحاسبية لوزارة المالية لتطوير اكتشافه، فضرب الحد الأدنى الشهري للأجور، أي 675 ألف ليرة بـ12 شهراً، فحصل على القيمة السنوية للحد الأدنى للأجر الشهري، أي 8 ملايين و100 ألف ليرة، من جهة أولى، وعدّ أيام الآحاد في السنة بقسمة 365.25 يوماً على 7، فإذا بعددها 52.17، واستثنى الآحاد، فإذا بعدد باقي أيام الأسبوع في السنة يبلغ 313.07 يوماً، من جهة أخرى. وعندها قسّم القيمة السنوية للحد الأدنى للأجر الشهري على عدد أيام السنة ما عدا الآحاد، فكانت النتيجة 25 ألفاً و873 ليرة. واعتبر أن هذا المبلغ يمثل الحد الأدنى للأجر اليومي، فقارنه بما ورد في المرسوم رقم 7426 تاريخ 25/1/2012 في مجال تعيين الحد الأدنى للأجر اليومي، أي 30 ألف ليرة، وتبين له الفرق، فقرر تصحيح الخطأ وتخفيض الحد الأدنى للأجر اليومي من 30 ألف ليرة إلى 26 ألفاً، متكارماً بمئة وسبع وعشرين ليرة، كافأه الله.
من دون الانتقاص من فضل المخترع، تجدر الإشارة إلى دور معين لوزارة الطاقة والمياه في سنة 2012، على الأرجح خلال تولي جبران باسيل لمسؤوليتها، حيث أرسلت “كتباً”، كان لها على ما روي فضل بثّ الشك منذ ذلك التاريخ المبكر.
كان للاكتشاف وقع الصاعقة. مراجع العلم والفقه درسته وراحت توافق عليه تباعاً، من الفاتيكان إلى الأزهر إلى هيئة التشريع والاستشارات إلى مجلس شورى الدولة.
وانقسم الوزراء إلى فريقين:
فريق أول من وزراء كانوا قد ارتكبوا الخطأ ووافقوا على المرسوم الذي تضمنه، فسقطوا في غياهب الضلال، لكنهم اهتدوا لما بانت أمامهم الحقيقة ساطعة، فأجرهم مضاعف، يجلسون في مقاعد بلكون في الجنة، وهم سمير مقبل وعلي حسن خليل ووائل أبو فاعور ومحمد فنيش وحسين الحاج حسن وجبران باسيل.
وفريق ثان من الوزراء اعترفوا بالاكتشاف المبين فور عرضه عليهم، ويجلسون في مقاعد الأوركسترا في الجنة، وهم تمام سلام وأكرم شهيب وبطرس حرب وأرثور نظريان وغازي زعيتر وميشال فرعون ونبيل دي فريج ورشيد درباس ورمزي جريج وأليس شبطيني ومحمد المشنوق وعبد المطلب الحناوي والياس بو صعب وريمون عريجي.
وبقي فريق من ثلاثة وزراء غائبين عن الحدث: أشرف ريفي بصفتيه، المستقيل وغير المستقيل، ونهاد المشنوق وآلان حكيم.
ولكن الحرص على العلم لم يمحُ الرفق والحنان من قلوب هؤلاء المسؤولين جميعاً، فقرروا ألا يجروا التصحيح إلا بدءاً من تموز 2016، أي من دون مفعول رجعي عن السنوات الأربع والنصف التي استفاد خلالها العمال المياومون والعاملات المياومات من كسب غير مشروع، جازاهم الله.
ماذا نقول أمام هذا المشهد المهين؟
إن المعاهدات الدولية لا تجيز تخفيض الأجور؟ إن القانون لا يجيز للحكومة التدخل في الأجور إلا وفق مؤشرات الغلاء ومستلزمات العيش الكريم؟ إن الأجر اليومي ليس شكلاً مختلفاً لتسديد الأجر الشهري بحيث يكون الأجر اليومي حصيلة قسمة الأجر الشهري على أيام الشهر، بل هو يقوم على علاقة عمل مختلفة بطبيعتها عن علاقة العمل المستقرة؛ فالعامل المياوم لا يقبض أجراً إلا عن الأيام التي يستأجر أحد قوة عمله فيها، فيعمل خلالها، وهي علاقة لا تؤمن للعامل المياوم (الفاعل أو اللفاية…) أي دخل، ليس عن الآحاد بل عن كل أيام العطل الرسمية، ولا تمنحه إجازة سنوية مدفوعة الأجر، ولا تخوله، نظراً إلى تنقله بين أرباب عمل متعددين، الاستفادة من الضمان الصحي، فلا يجني أي دخل إذا مرض؟
لعل ما يجب قوله إن شرش الحياء قد طقّ كلياً وما من أحد عاد يستحي.

Note: I listened to Na7ass on Al Mayadeen this Saturday and he adjusted the dots on the problems

Forgotten history of Autism?

Decades ago, few pediatricians had heard of autism.

In 1975, One in 5,000 kids was estimated to have it. Today, 1 in 68 is on the autism spectrum.

What caused this steep rise? Steve Silberman points to “a perfect storm of autism awareness” — a pair of psychologists with an accepting view, an unexpected pop culture moment and a new clinical test.

But to really understand, we have to go back further to an Austrian doctor by the name of Hans Asperger, who published a pioneering paper in 1944.

Because the paper was buried in time, autism has been shrouded in misunderstanding ever since. (This talk was part of a TED2015 session curated by Pop-Up Magazine: or @popupmag on Twitter.)

Steve Silberman · Writer and editor. A writer and contributing editor for Wired who covers science and society. His newest book explores neurodiversity and the link between autism and genius.
Filmed March 2015

The top 10 skills employers look for in job applicants

Friday, 1 September 2017

Tools such as Google Maps and Citymapper have made navigating around the world simple. It’s a shame the same cannot be said for navigating the labour market.

The need for a skills map is growing.

Recent research forecasts that around 35% of current jobs in the UK are at high risk of computerisation over the next 20 years.

To stay ahead of automation, workers will need to become lifelong learners. But to do so, they must be able to identify relevant new skills

We believe that online job adverts could act as the database for an automated skills map. To test that idea, we have built a basic prototype Skills Map using millions of job adverts provided by Burning Glass.

The dataset contains over 11,000 unique skills and software programs. These skills are mapped to occupations which allow us to build up a detailed picture of the latest skills required in a range of occupations, and identify the key changes in skill demands over time.

The data are not without errors and there are still several hurdles to overcome before the UK could have a fully automated skills map driven by job adverts.

But if you’re currently applying for jobs, it still might be worth giving a thought to our lists, and trying the tool.

The top 10 skills for employers in 2014 to 2016

Many of the most common terms in job adverts relate to inter-personal skills, such as customer service and teamwork. Basic competencies, such as writing and problem solving, also feature in the list.

  1. Communication skills
  2. Organisational skills
  3. Planning
  4. Customer service
  5. Microsoft Excel
  6. Business management
  7. Teamwork/collaboration
  8. Writing
  9. Detail-orientated
  10. Sales

Which 10 skills are now mentioned more frequently?

These skills have shown the fastest growth in the number of mentions between 2012-14 and 2014-16.

Several factors can drive growth, including an increase in the number of vacancies for the job that requires this skill, or an increase in the range of jobs that use this skill.

A number of these skills (looking at the top 100) relate to caring for others, such as patient care, mental health, and working with patients who have dementia.

A second group of skills reflect the opportunities and threats that come from living in a more connected world. These include digital marketing, big data, social media, information security and firewalls.

  1. Big data
  2. Information technology industry experience
  3. Contract accountancy
  4. On-boarding
  5. Digital marketing
  6. Information security
  7. Transportation logistics
  8. Front-end development
  9. Patient care
  10. Mental health

Which 10 skills are now mentioned less often?

These skills have experienced the slowest growth, or largest falls, between 2012-14 and 2014-16.

The appearance of ‘basic internet skills’ may seem counterintuitive in an ever more digitised world. It appears because more employers are now taking this skill for granted and no longer need to mention it in job adverts.

Other skills appear because employers no longer require the skill or because they are now using a different word to describe that skill.

Looking beyond the top 10, a number of skill groups emerge. One group of declining skills relates to consumer finance, such as financial planning and mortgage advice.

A second group centres around working with industrial machinery, such as computer numerical control.

A third group relates to logistics and

A final group contains skills that rely on the telephone, such as cold calling.

  1. Warehouse management
  2. Basic internet skills
  3. Materials design
  4. Mechanical design
  5. Advertising sales
  6. Insurance underwriting
  7. Retail sales
  8. Teaching English
  9. Computer Numerical Control (CNC)
  10. Derivatives (What’s that means? In financial jargon?)

Notes and tidbits on FB and Twitter. Part 63

Hadramout is a long vast sea land, stretching between Oman and Yemen. This desolate land is now a hotbed for Al Qaeda. Soon, Somalia sea pirates might set up bases there.

Gulf Emirates are engaging in military operations in Hadramout. Does this mean that Qatar is still funding Al Qaeda?

US, UK and Israel are still supporting Daesh with funds collected in Saudi Kingdom They funded extremist Islamic organizations since 1980 and now they are scared shit of them (biyekhro wa bi tommo)

Two Christian Books are worth reading: Mark and Luke. Almost all the others heavily indulge in ideological proselytizing. Mathew tried hard to claim Jesus was Jew and from the House of David. John used Hellenistic symbolism and disseminated the illusion of the Second Coming (probably another John).

Most of Jesus’ disciples and early Christians were dead serious that they would rise on the third day. Especially the martyrs. No need to wonder how initially Christianity made any headway.

The Popes made sure to canonize most martyrs: Peter could Not but accede to the decisions of his successors.

Great news: Kardawi’s books banned where Saudi Kingdom has some influence. A greater news if Qatar retrieves the faked Wahhabi Hadith from the hands of Moslem Brotherhoods (Doud al khal minna wa fina )

125,000 cases of Cholera in Yemen. One thousand succumbed so far, and Saudi Kingdom is opening new war zones in Qatar and Syria

Women authors are best in recounting their childhood Men authors are at disadvantages in describing their childhood: They failed to observe, to comprehend and quickly forgot whatever feeling and minor events might have affected them

Le jeune homme ouvrant sa letter de mobilisation dit: “Ils auraient pu me consulter. C’est bête. Je devrais te donner quelque chose, même un petit conseil. Je n’ai pas eu le temps d’avoir quoique ce soit”.

S’il avait eu le temps de mûrir pour acquerir une conscience d’objection.

Le militaire est malin: La vie vient en seconde place.

Ma mere m’accompagna au vaporetto (petit navire) et me dit que j’ai appris á nager á l’âge de 4 ans. Je répondis que je ne me souviens pas avoir appris á nâger. Elle rétorqua: Si tu te nois durant la traveresé ce serait á cause de ta mauvaise mémoire.

The association of banks in Lebanon met and discussed: The US financial constraints on Lebanon are bad. Very bad for business

Qatar Emir didn’t learn the lesson from his father who was pressured by Saudi Kingdom to step aside: He had ignored Big Brother privilege to initiate political position and Not take front seat in the political scenes such as with Syria, Libya and Egypt

Les jeunes recruits  manquaient d’imagination: comme s’imaginer ce qui se passe pendant les batailles.

Avec les films, video and pictures of wars, on peut croire que les mobilisations diminueraient.

“Avant toi, j’avais le courage d’affronter des obstacles mineures. Avec toi, je ferais face á des obstacles majeures.”

“Tu a si tant confiance de mes capacities?” “Dison, autant que tu m’en accorde”

Casualties of civilians in cities is 5 times higher in Syria, Iraq and Yemen. The US is conducting same “Shock and Awe” tactics in Rakka: Over 350 civilians died in less than 2 months by banned White Phosphorous ammunition.

Syrian and Iraqi armies were far more careful to kill their own civilian citizens.

Iza ketro al mourashaheen, rahat 3ala al akaliyyat. wa haza ma saya7sal min kibal al zou3ama

La villa était prête á accuillir les blessés du front. Le train ne venait pas. Je confrontais l’officier/medecin. Il frappa son front. Comme s’il avait oublié un paquet de chocolat

Trump and Saudi monarch deal was to subsidize the promised $350 billion from Qatar sovereign fund. Saudi kingdom taking full control of Qatar as it did with Bahrain. The US military got hysteric and pressured Trump to cool down his antics.




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