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The slaughter-hood of Moslem Sunnis by Wahhabi Saudi Kingdom: Not Iran, stupid

The Wahhabi sect in Saudi Kingdom started the slaughter-hood of Sunni Moslems in 1745: Over 17,000 perished in the Hijaz.  And the succession of this practice continue unabated ever since.

ناجي امهز.

إيران خطر حقيقي على العرب والمسلمين السنة?.

ان اول مجزرة حصلت في بلاد الحجاز وذهب ضحيتها اكثر من 17000 الف مسلم سني قام بها مؤسس الفكر الإرهابي الوهابي محمد بن عبد الوهاب عام 1745 – لا يوجد هنا تدخل للشيعة ولا لإيران.

1903 قتل عبد العزيز بن ال سعود 160 مسلم سني من قبيلة مطير .

1904 في بداية العام قتل عبد العزيز بن ال سعود 800 مسلم سني من قبيلة شمر

1904 من نهاية العام قتل عبد العزيز بن ال سعود2500 مسلم سني من قبيلة شمر

ان اول من تامر على الدم السني عام 1914 واستباح دماء المسلمين الحنفيين في الحرب العالمية الأولى هو الملك عبد العزيز بن ال سعود عندما شارك الى جانب التحالف البريطاني الفرنسي لإسقاط الخلافة الإسلامية وقتل في هذه المعارك اكثر من 200 الف سني عربي خدمة للمشروع اليهودي 1917- لا يوجد هنا تدخل لا لايران ولا للشيعة

عام 1918 قتل جيش عبد العزيز بن ال سعود اكثر من الف شخص من السنة لانتزاع ارض الحجاز

1920 قتل جيش ال سعود اكثر من 3000 سني من عشائر وبدو الكويت

1920 قتل جيش ال سعود اكثر من 3500 مسلم سني ليستولي على منطقة عسير

من عام 1920 حتى عام 1930 وحسب مختلف الإحصاءات قتل جيش عبد العزيز بن ال سعود اكثر من 45000 مسلم سني بأبشع وأفظع الطرق التي لم تألفها قبل هذا التاريخ القبائل العربية.

1925 قتل جيش ال سعود اكثر 3000 مسلم سني من عشائر الاردن والاستيلاء على ارض الحجاز

1930 انقلب عبد العزيز على حلفائه وقتل منهم بالتعاون مع الانجليز 1500 مسلم سني

1930 حتى 1935 قتل جيش ال سعود اكثر من 18000 مسلم سني يمني – لا يوجد هنا تدخل لا لايران ولا للشيعة

1930 حتى عام 1941 تآمرت السعودية مع الانتداب البريطاني والفرنسي على الحركة الثورية التي انطلقت بالعراق لاعادة الخلافة الاسلامية حيث قتل اكثر من 8000 عراقي.

1940 بسبب دعم ال سعود بالنفط والمال للانجليز قتل اكثر من 12000 الف مسلم سني من الشعب المصري في معركة العلمين، حيث طلبت الحكومة الألمانية من الحكومة الايطالية ان تقصف حقول النفط السعودية التي تعطي النفط بالمجان للانجليز- لا يوجد هنا تدخل لا لإيران ولا للشيعة

1948 أعطيت فلسطين لليهود بموجب اتفاق وقعه الملك عبد العزيز بن ال سعود للحكومة البريطانية يتعهد فيه بوهب ارض فلسطين لليهود المساكين، وبسبب الاتفاق اليهودي السعودي سقط بفلسطين منذ 1948 حتى 2017 اكثر من 2 مليون قتيل من المسلمين السنة الفلسطينيين وتهجير اكثر من 12 مليون سني فلسطيني بالعالم – لا يوجد هنا تدخل لا لايران ولا للشيعة

1956 وبعد العدوان الثلاثي الإسرائيلي الفرنسي البريطاني على مصر ومذبحة خان يونس التي ذبح فيها 500 مسلم سني على ايدي اليهود، اكتشف الزعيم الراحل عبد الناصر خيانة ال سعود له فأطلق في عام 1962مقولته الشهيرة ) ان جزمة الجندي المصري …)- لا يوجد هنا تدخل لا لإيران ولا للشيعة

1961 قامت السعودية بالتعاون مع الانجليز وبعض الدول الخليجية بالتآمر على ثورة الزعيم عبد الكريم قاسم رئيس العراق حيث قتل اكثر من 30 الف مسلم واعدم الرئيس عبد الكريم قاسم

1967 خاضت كل من مصر والاردن وسوريا والعراق ولبنان حربا ضد اسرائيل التي ارتكبت مجزرة يافا وسقط في هذه المعركة التي عرفت بالنكسة بسبب تخاذل السعودية اكثر من 25 الف شهيد و 50 الف جريح ولم تتدخل السعودية الا اثناء انعقاد القمة العربية في الخرطوم حيث تبرعت بالمال. لا يوجد هنا تدخل لا لايران ولا للشيعة

1973 شنت كل من مصر وسوريا حربا على اسرائيل بدعم عربي، كان على راسه جلالة الملك فيصل الذي امر بقطع النفط عن امريكا والغرب، وبعد ان انتصر العرب على إسرائيل، قام بعض ال سعود وبقرار امريكي إسرائيلي باغتيال جلالة الملك فيصل عقابا له على قطع النفط عن امريكا والغرب نصرة للقضايا العربية- لا يوجد هنا تدخل لا لايران ولا للشيعة.

1979 انزل العلم الإسرائيلي عن مبنى السفارة الاسرائيلية في ايران ورفع مكانه العلم الفلسطيني وسميت سفارة دولة فلسطين – هنا اعلنت السعودية ان ايران تدخلت بالشؤون العربية.

1980 بامر من امريكا واسرائيل والغرب ودعم سعودي خليجي شن العراق حربا على ايران دامت 8 سنوات ذهب ضحيتها اكثر من مليون قتيل من العرب واعترف صدام حسين بعد اجتياحه الكويت بان الذي دفعه للحرب على ايران هي السعودية باوامر اسرائيلية امريكية- ايران هنا اعتدي عليها لانها تدعم القضية الفلسطينية.

1988 بعد انتهاء الحرب الإيرانية العراقية أنشأت السعودية تنظيم القاعدة في عام 1988 وأرسلته إلى أفغانستان حيث قتل من السنة الأفغان أكثر من 3 مليون أفغاني- لا يوجد هنا تدخل لا لإيران ولا للشيعة.

1990 بعد ان رفضت السعودية وبعض دول الخليج ان تفي بالتزاماتها للعراق احتل صدام حسين الكويت حيث قتل اكثر من 1000 مواطن كويتي- لا يوجد هنا تدخل لا لإيران ولا للشيعة

1990 تدخلت قوات التحالف بقيادة أمريكا وبدعم مالي عسكري سعودي خليجي بما عرف بدرع الصحراء لتحرير الكويت وتبعها في عام 1991 عملية عسكرية سميت عاصفة الصحراء، أدت الى مقتل ما يقارب ال 200 الف مواطن عربي – لا يوجد هنا تدخل لا لإيران ولا للشيعة

1992 قوات عسكرية سعودية تشن هجوم على الحدود القطرية وتقتل اكثر من 50 مسلم سني قطري .

2003 قامت الولايات المتحدة وبتمويل سعودي ودعم لوجستي بحرب تحرير العراق بعد ان تمت محاصرته لأكثر من 10 سنوات سقط ضحية هذه الحرب أكثر من مليون مواطن عراقي – هنا استفادوا الشيعة والكورد من سقوط صدام حسين الذي ارتكب ابشع المجازر بحق الكورد والشيعة العراقيين.

2004 وحتى عام 2017 تنظيمات المذهب الوهابي التكفيري الإرهابي تقتل في العراق بطريقة وحشية بواسطة الذبح والعمليات الإرهابية الانتحارية في المساجد والأسواق- لا يوجد هنا تدخل لا لإيران ولا للشيعة فالتنظيم وهابي إرهابي

2006 شنت إسرائيل حربها على لبنان بدعم أمريكي سعودي بحجة ان حزب الله تدعمه ايران

2008 شنت إسرائيل حربا على قطاع غزة السني وبصمت سعودي مطبق بحجة ان حماس تدعمها ايران

2009 الجيش السعودي يشن هجوما عنيفا على اليمن تحت مسمى الأرض المحروقة

2011 الجيش السعودي يدخل مملكة البحرين للقضاء على تحرك مدني سلمي.

2011 الأمن السعودي يهاجم منطقة القطيف السعودية ولم يعلم حتى تاريخه عدد القتلى والمفقودين

2012 شنت إسرائيل حربا على قطاع غزة السني بدعم سعودي بحجة ان حماس تدعمها إيران

2012 حتى 2017 التنظيمات الإرهابية الوهابية تجتاح العراق وسوريا وليبيا واليمن وفي مصر تقتل المسلمين والمسيحيين والأقليات بأفظع الطرق والأساليب بطريقة الذبح والحرق والإعدامات بالسيف ناهيك عن العمليات الإرهابية الانتحارية- المذهب الوهابي السلفي ليس إيراني ولا شيعي.

2015 الجيش السعودي يشن حملة عسكرية واسعة مع حلفائه على اليمن ويستهدف كل شيء وسجل سقوط أكثر من 15الف مسلم يمني غالبيتهم من النساء والأطفال بالإضافة إلى المجاعة وانتشار الأوبئة والأمراض مع دمار قدر بمليارات الدولارات.

2017 السعودية تحاصر دولة قطر وحتى كتابة هذا المقال لم تضح أسباب محاصرة السعودية وحلفاؤها لقطر.

هذا هو المكتوب في كافة الدراسات الغربية والعربية والموثق تاريخيا فارجوا منكم مساعدتي لنبحث معا عن الخطر الايراني او الشيعي على العرب والمسلمين.

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Only 12 words to define Entrepreneurship?

BILL MURPHY JR updated on April 24, 2014

There’s a definition of entrepreneurship that has changed how I think about the way people choose their paths in life. It helped me to build a thriving business and find all kinds of great new experiences. Heck, it even helped me to meet my wife.

I believe it can have the same kind of positive impact for you, if you’re willing to try to put it into practice:

Entrepreneurship is the pursuit of opportunity without regard to resources currently controlled.

That’s the 12-word definition of entrepreneurship that they teach at Harvard Business School.

I first read it while researching my 2010 book, The Intelligent Entrepreneur

I remember staring at it on the page and feeling like a boy noticing girls for the first time: There’s something really interesting here, but I know there’s a lot more to it than I currently understand.

I’d like to break the definition down for you, because it not only gives insight into why people like you are so drawn to the idea of starting and building something, it will also improve the likelihood that you’ll be successful.

(As a quick aside, seeing that definition in another of my books is what originally led me to meet Inc.’s editor-in-chief, Eric Schurenberg. A column he wrote about it became the most-read article in the history of Inc.com at that time.)

1. “Entrepreneurship…”

Let’s start with the word itself: Entrepreneurship. A noun with few true synonyms. (that lack of real synonyms can be a real pain in the neck.) It’s not simply a matter of being a boss or a leader or owning a business. In fact, there’s nothing intrinsic at all in this definition about business, or risk, or even making money. It’s something different–a way of looking at the world.

2. “…is the pursuit of opportunity…”

There are two key words here: pursuit and opportunity.

“Pursuit” means there has to be action involved (hence, my reader-inspired decision this year to change the name of my column to Action Required). You have to have impact; you have to try to change something. Simply thinking about an idea doesn’t cut it, and neither does coasting along doing what you’ve always done.

Similarly, a true entrepreneur is always pursuing “opportunity.” That means something new, bigger, nicer, better, smarter, more useful.

it often also means pursuing the most amazing, appealing, enticing opportunities you can find.

Here’s where we really start to differentiate true entrepreneurs from everyone else.

There are a lot of good people out there running very nice businesses. However, if they’re not chasing new opportunities–if they’re coasting along, doing what they’ve always done–then maybe they’ve given up the mantle of true entrepreneurship.

3. “…without regard to resources currently controlled.”

This might just be my favorite phrase in the world. I suppose if Harvard Business School had wanted to make the definition more accessible, they could have said “regardless of” instead of “without regard to,” but no matter.

“Without regard to resources currently controlled” means it doesn’t matter how little you have at the start. It doesn’t matter that you don’t have money, or that you don’t have all the required skills, or that you don’t have a team to help you.

At the very beginning especially, reach for the stars. Don’t let the opportunities you pursue be limited by the assets you currently have. Instead, let the attractiveness of the opportunity serve as your guide.

There are so many implications of this part of the definition.

For one thing, while capital is a necessary ingredient, the truth is that all of those would-be entrepreneurs out there who blame a lack of money for their inability to get started are playing the wrong game.

there’s an advantage to not having money at the start, because that scarcity forces you to be more resourceful. It means you have to sell your ideas to others–a possibly painful exercise, but one that pays huge dividends in the long run.

Here’s the bottom line: For just about any decision you have to make in life, there are two ways to make choices.

Most people choose the first method of decision making. They look at the array of options that seem reasonably attainable, and then pick the best one. They choose a career because it’s what their parents advised, or because there are jobs available. They live somewhere because it’s what they’re familiar with. They surround themselves with the kinds of people they’ve always known.

The true entrepreneur, however, sees things differently.

Instead of choosing the best available option, he or she thinks big, and tries to identify the best possible solution, regardless of whether it seems completely implausible and unattainable. Then, he or she gets to work, trying to make that impossible dream a reality.

If you choose the first path, you might save yourself a lot of heartache, and a lot of ups and downs on the roller coaster of life. However, you also run a greater risk of achieving your goals only to find you didn’t push yourself enough. Which path will you choose?

BILL MURPHY JR. is a journalist, ghostwriter, and entrepreneur. He is the author ofBreakthrough Entrepreneurship (with Jon Burgstone) and is a former reporter for The Washington Post. @BillMurphyJr

 

  • Judy Woodruff:

    In South Africa in recent weeks, protests have once again erupted on campuses across the country.

    The demonstrations, known as Fees Must Fall, aimed at reducing tuition costs, stem from the painful history of apartheid.

    And just as in the disputes here over Confederate monuments, the symbols of South Africa’s past are being fought over today.

    Jeffrey Brown was recently in South Africa for his ongoing series Culture at Risk.

  • Jeffrey Brown:

    High above Cape Town at the Southern Tip of Africa, a stately memorial to Cecil John Rhodes, the British-born 19th century diamond magnate and colonial conqueror.

    But notice the bust of Rhodes. His nose has been hacked off.

    It was on the nearby campus of the prestigious University of Cape Town, with a historically white majority student body, that protests over another prominent statue of Rhodes set off a national debate in South Africa two years ago, when student activists started what became known as the Rhodes Must Fall movement.

  • Chumani Maxwele:

    The Rhodes monument is a practical symbol of the oppression of black people. At the end of the day, we are saying, we are not happy to just be at the university, while our sisters and brothers are still in squatter camps.

  • Jeffrey Brown:

    Chumani Maxwele, one of the protest leaders, recently accompanied us to an informal settlement in the Cape Town township of Khayelitsha, just a short drive from campus.

    He pointed to the disparities that make South Africa one of the world’s most unequal societies.

  • Chumani Maxwele:

    You won’t see white kids like this, sitting like this. You won’t see that.

    We’re coming from here in the townships. And then we are claiming that we are educated. We must be able to take theory and practice and put it together and see what change we can make.

  • Jeffrey Brown:

    The Rhodes statue on campus was eventually removed by the university, but students continue to press on issues of school’s costs and curriculum.

    Alex Gotz was one of 12 students punished by the administration as the protests expanded.

  • Alex Gotz:

    I don’t think we need statues to remind ourselves of what they represent. You can have it in a museum, if need be, but I think there are enough visible effects of apartheid and colonialism to last us a lifetime.

  • Jeffrey Brown:

    The head of the university, Max Price, acknowledges more needs to be done to address the remnants of apartheid.

  • Max Price:

    It’s still the case that a black student might say to me: I have never been taught by a black professor at UCT, 22 years after democracy.

    And that’s not something we’re proud of. That’s something we are trying to change.

    Instead of thinking this is an alien place on the hill that reflects empire, start feeling that this is their university, a university that they want to come to, they want to send their children to, and that they’re proud of.

  • Jeffrey Brown:

    In South Africa today, visual imagery teaches, as at the entrance to the Apartheid Museum in Johannesburg, where visitors are confronted with the history of racial divisions.

    It honors, as in a memorial in Soweto, to Hector Pieterson, a 13-year-old killed by police in the 1976 uprising against apartheid. And it’s also contentious.

  • Alana Bailey:

    There is a lot of polarization between race groups in South Africa.

  • Jeffrey Brown:

    Alana Bailey manages heritage issues at AfriForum, a civil rights group working on behalf of Afrikaners, the white descendants of predominantly Dutch settlers who arrived here in the 17th century, and who in the 20th century established the apartheid regime that only ended in 1994.

    Bailey now works to protect monuments.

  • Alana Bailey:

    There’s a bit of a dangerous situation that you can create by removing statues, because if you say that anything that memorializes a past contribution by a community is not welcome in the public sphere, then you might also be saying that people who represent that community are not welcome in the public sphere.

  • Jeffrey Brown:

    In the capital, still widely known as Pretoria, many street names have been changed from the white colonial and apartheid era figures to liberation struggle leaders, mostly black.

    The larger municipality itself is now officially called Tshwane, after an 18th century indigenous chief. And still the most prominent face of the new South Africa, a huge statue of Nelson Mandela stands in front of the official seat of the national government. The statue that previously stood here, of an Afrikaner nationalist leader, was moved to a far corner of the gardens.

    In Church Square in the center of the city, another contentious site is getting a makeover — the monument to 19th century Afrikaner leader Paul Kruger is now surrounded by fencing after being vandalized several times.

    Mayor Solly Msimanga plans to keep the statue, but transform the whole square into a new kind of monument that’s dedicated to free speech.

  • Mayor Solly Msimanga, Tshwane:

    We are advocating that you tell a complete history, not only one side of our history.

  • Jeffrey Brown:

    So you are against taking down the old statues?

  • Mayor Solly Msimanga:

    I am against taking down any kind of statue. I’m all for having all statues and using them to tell a part of history. I am not here because a certain part of history didn’t exist.

    I’m here because that history happened. I am sitting in this chair right now because a certain history happened, and I am acknowledging that.

  • Jeffrey Brown:

    Outside the city, a different kind of accommodation of histories. The huge Voortrekker Monument is dedicated to Afrikaner pioneers who migrated inland in the 19th century, chafing at then-British colonial rule.

    It opened in 1949, just a year after the official onset of apartheid.

    Nearby stands the much newer Freedom Park, a monument erected in the democratic era and dedicated to South Africans of all backgrounds killed in wars, as well as in the liberation struggle against apartheid.

    Last year, directors Cecilia Kruger and Jane Mufamadi strengthened ties between their two adjacent monuments.

  • Jane Mufamadi:

    As in our democracy, we had to compromise. We had to make compromises.

  • Jeffrey Brown:

    A lot of people just wonder what a monument is, right, and what’s it for.

  • Jane Mufamadi:

    It’s about the message that you’re sending to the nation through a particular monument. It’s about the lessons that we need to learn and draw from our past, so that we chart a better future and leave a better legacy for our children.

  • Cecilia Kruger:

    All heritage is part of somebody’s identity, somewhere. The minute you understand the monuments and what it symbolizes, you begin to understand each other’s identity.

  • Jeffrey Brown:

    A fine hope, but how much difference can a monument make? Those frustrated by a lack of change after the end of apartheid say, not much, when black people are the majority, but mainly remain in segregated poverty.

    Johannesburg-based architecture critic Mpho Matsipa.

  • Mpho Matsipa:

    Reconciliation without justice can only get you so far, and by that, at a very simple level, economic justice or spatial justice.

  • Jeffrey Brown:

    So, that’s much bigger than any one monument. You mean like the entire city.

  • Mpho Matsipa:

    The landscape. The landscape of a city like Johannesburg remains, in my mind, a monument to apartheid spatial planning and apartheid spatial thinking.

  • Jeffrey Brown:

    Just the way it’s laid out, where people live?

  • Mpho Matsipa:

    The way it’s laid out, the way people live, the way that inequality is spatialized and continues to be spatialized in the city serves as a monument to that history.

  • Jeffrey Brown:

    In the meantime, student protests have picked up again in recent days, with the Fees Must Fall movement claiming that high tuition puts college attendance beyond the means of many.

    Student activist Chumani Maxwele:

  • Chumani Maxwele:

    If you are giving us free education, we will be able to have cousins, sisters, brothers across and be able to work together because we have got skill. You are educated. You can be employed. That’s the whole essence of the fight.

  • Jeffrey Brown:

    Today, the empty plinth of Cecil Rhodes on the University of Cape Town campus serves as another kind of monument, as a struggle in this young democracy goes on.

    For the PBS NewsHour, I’m Jeffrey Brown in South Africa.

Notes and tidbits posted on FB and Twitter. Part 83

Note 1: I take notes of books I read and comment on events and edit sentences that fit my style. The page is long and growing like crazy, and the sections I post contains months-old events that are worth refreshing your memory.

Note 2: If you are Not tri-lingual, you will stumble on Arabic notes, written in Latin characters and with numbers representing vocals Not available in Latin languages.

The Maronite clergy struck a protocol with the Vatican and Israel Not to make a big deal of the fact that Marie and Jesus lived in Qana (Lebanon) and won’t invest in the cave of Qana that sheltered the disciples of Jesus during early persecutions.

If it were Not for the people in south Lebanon, the town of Qana where Marie, her parents and Jesus lived would have been ignored by the Maronite clergy. Israel already bombed this town twice with hundreds of casualties.

In 1996, Israel bombed Qana killing 106 of the Lebanese who took refuge in the UN compound. USA made it impossible for US lawyers to demand compensation.

Pas besoin que les reves se realisent, tant qu’ on persiste a rever et etre capable de se satisfaire de peu

Peut-on aimer sans respecter? En tout cas, les sentiments des femmes sont diverse et trop compliques pour moi.

Penses-tu qu’ il y ait de l’ inflation dans nos reves? Les reves possibles a realiser demandent toujours de l’ aide: L’ inflation vient de notre refus de les communiquer avec acharnement.

Croit -tu que Jane Austen avait cesse de rever a ce stade? (son livre inacheve’)

Un seul cheveux separe le sentiment d’ independence de la betise

“Collateral damages”? A notion invented by USA for its reckless endemic violence. Got to stare at ugly pictures of handicapped soldiers and civilians 

England provided cluster bombs to Israel, 3 days before cease fire in 2006, in order to prevent people from returning home. 10 years later, the UN are still de-mining south Lebanon

US cooks, Europe does the dishes of the devastation that Israel does in Palestine.

Hezbollah fighters are to get ready to liberate our borders from ISIS on their own, again and again, and suffer the flatulent verbal attacks of insignificant political ” leaders”: The permanent delay of the Lebanese army to attack means experiencing the traditional Not to get involved in political position “Al na2i 3an al nafess”

The political system in Lebanon cannot but generate an impotent State, dawleh bila baydaat

Al 3awamiyyeh (Awamiyeh) is a Saudi eastern Shia town (Qateef province) blockaded for 92 days by Saudi army, for demanding equal rights and opportunity.

Etre dorlote’ n’ amene pas a l’ amelioration: Il faut apprendre a regler les reparations et amendements. USA evite depuis un siecle de reapprendre ce principe d’ ethique 

Action is saying it all: rhetoric have their “impotent” masters, leaders for a moment, before they are swept aside by the invisible and mighty power of people willing to face authority figures on equal terms…

The elite classes are never satisfied, except by parting from the crumbs in the usual trickle down economic policies.

The revolution is the act of looking fear in the eyes and getting used to facing the authority figures on equal terms…

The tiny behavior that make me different are what make me.

Start making better choices to improve your happy life: Keep in mind that communication and connection increase your choices. Do your due diligence

How much did you inspire people to improve their life? They will communicate you great accomplishments

Baby steps are the reality of life in all your challenging endeavors: Especially when you set your mind to change your habits

Logic will not change an emotion, but action will: Tailor make your attitudes. Keep giving hope to people you meet

How can a speech, a plan, a policy, a program be coordinated to get the entire people on the street to approve, agree on parts and bits of a declaration of a revolution on the march? One bit to fill the stomach and another bit to remind them of a common national myth.

There is a political and militia “leader” Samir Ja3ja who never missed a fight to kill Lebanese during the civil war. He says he represent the position of the State Not to fight the terrorist ISIS in Lebanon. Yen2e 3an nafsaho

The pressure of being the world’s most decorated Olympian, swimmer Michael Phelps, (22 medals, 18 of them gold) led him to realize that  “I thought of myself as just a swimmer, and nobody else, and You know what? Screw this.

The attribute of an addictive normal person: The harder we resist, the harsher we succumb. Enjoy the game of being born a suckered

Any books or details on this deal? Israel/Lebanon peace negotiations in 1983?

In 1983, the Lebanese and Israeli delegations met 30 times and Lebanon Parliament ratified the “peace deal”.
President Amine Gemmayel was pressured Not to sign on at the last minute.
Almost all Lebanon dailies attended these supposedly open negotiation sessions.

Most of the sessions were transferred to be held in Israel

Lebanon was occupied in 1982 in a pre-emptive war and Beirut was invested by Israeli army after forcing the PLO military branch to vacate Lebanon.

Israel occupied most of South Lebanon until May 24, 2000 , and withdrew without any preconditions and in a one-sided decision. Hundreds of Lebanese who cooperated with the occupier and maltreated their own citizens in prisons fled to Israel

Questions:
1. Anyone published a book on that topic with details?
2. Anyone can post the clauses of the deal?

Are the Words in Sourat Al Fatihat in Koran Syriac?

In the first 13 years of proselytizing Islam, Prophet Mohammad was mainly translating the content of religious books (Christian and Jewish) available in Mecca.

The original Koran was written in Aramaic language, before it was translated in the local Koreish Arabic slang (Mecca and Hijaz) in the peninsula.

ما صحّة أنّ مفردات سورة الفاتحة

في القرآن سريانية؟

أكد الباحث  غابرييل صوما، المختص بدراسة اللغات السامية والقديمة، أن آلاف مفردات اللغة العربية المعروفة حاليا هي كلمات آرامية سريانية وليست ذات أصل عربي، وإنما دخلت على اللغة العربية نتيجة تفاعل اللغات التي كانت منتشرة في منطقة بلاد ما بين النهرين مع جاراتها التي كانت معروفة آنذاك في منطقة شبه الجزيرة العربية.

وفي هذا السياق، ذكر صوما في كتابه “القرآن الذي أسيء تفسيره وترجمته وفهمه”، أن القرآن القديم كان مكتوباً باللغة الآرامية وليس اللغة الحالية (العربية) التي نعرفها اليوم.

ولفت إلى أن الكلمات الآرامية تنسحب على الغالبية العظمى من سور وآيات القرآن الكريم وعلى رأسها سورة الفاتحة التي يستهل بها القرآن سوره.

 

 

وفي قراءة صوتية له لسورة الفاتحة وباللغة الآرامية طلب صوما من كل من يقرأها مقارنة معاني مفردات الفاتحة مع مقابلاتها في اللغة الآرامية والتي كانت على الشكل التالي:

(بشيم، آلوهو، رحمان، رحيم — حمودو، لالوهو، رب، عالمين — رحمان، رحيم — ملك، يوم، دينو — أيكو، آت، نعبد، آتعنين- إهدولان، الصورتو، إيدميتقيم…) إلى آخره من آيات السورة.

وبالعودة إلى سورة الفاتحة المكتوبة باللغة العربية فإنه ما من مجال يدعو للشك في منطقية الطرح الذي يقدمه الباحث صوما، على الأقل في هذه السورة المعروفة مفرداتها لملايين البشر على وجه الأرض.

وأردف قائلاً: إن معرفتنا عن اللغات السامية تأتي من الكتاب المقدس ومن المخطوطات التي تركها الآموريون في منطقة ما بين النهرين (ماري) القريبة من الحدود السورية والعراقية…لافتاً إلى أن الآموريين هم أول من تكلم الآرامية وكان ملكهم يدعى حمورابي وهو مكون من 3 كلمات (آمو) تعني الشعب، (ييرو) يعني المدينة، و(رابي) يعني السيد أو كبير القوم…

واعتبر صوما أنّ المفسرين كانوا دائماً يتخبطون في معاني القرآن، فمرة لا يجدون المعنى للكلمة، ومرة أخرى الكلمة لا تتماشى مع سياق الجملة، وأخرى كلمة غريبة لا يعرفون لها معنى، كما أنهم وجدوا أنفسهم عاجزين عن تفسير الأحرف المتقطعة في أوائل السور والتي لم تفك رموزها ولا معانيها، وكلما تساءل الشخص ما معناها يقولون له “حروف إعجاز وليس لها معنى نعلمه نحن البشر”.

لكن إذا كان ليس لها معنى فلماذا تواجدها أصلاً هل لزخرفة المصحف؟…أليس هدف الله تعالى إيصال رسالة واضحة ومفهومة للبشر؟

“Orgies with underage girls, heavy drug and alcohol abuse” –

Saudi princess unveils the Kingdom’s dark side

November 6th, 2017 – Fort Russ News – Breakingnews.sy – – translated by Samer Hussein
Amira Bint Aidan Bin Nayef, the ex-wife of the Saudi Prince Al Waleed bin Talal (who was recently arrested in scope of the anti-corruption purges in the country), went on a rampage against the ruling Saudi regime in her exclusive statements to the French newspaper Le Monde, saying that those who accuse others of corruption and money laundering, are in fact highly corrupted themselves.
Note: Al Waleed bin Talal married the sister of Amira in a swap deal with another Prince, with $millions exchanged in that deal. Amira ‘ssister was dispatched to Paris to learn how to behave in high societies since she is basically illeterate.
The princess said they’ve turned the city of Jeddah into a slave market where underage girls are being exploited for noisy sex parties involving drug and alcohol abuse.
She said that one of the main reasons why this keeps going on is that the members of the Committee for the Promotion of Virtue and the Prevention of Vice (Saudi Sharia police) tend to keep away from the matter, fearing they might lose their jobs, should they intervene.
The newspaper quoted the princess as saying that a Hallowen event was recently held in Jeddah, and which was attended by 150 people, including employees of the consulates. The scene was like a typical nightclub anywhere outside the Kingdom, with available wines, dancing couples in fancy costumes, and a DJ.
Bint Aidan said the price of smuggled liquor in the country is very high.
For instance, the price of the Smirnoff vodka is 1500 Riyals ($ 400), sometimes forcing party organizers to refill the original bottles with a local wine called Siddiqui. 
She said that slavery in Saudi Arabia has different forms, but it is done in secrecy and permitted only among the primary beneficiaries of the princes of the House of Saud.
But then she mentioned one of the most repulsive things: Buying and renting the children, especially the orphans, from countries like Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, the Philippines, Djibouti, Somalia, Nigeria, Romania and Bulgaria.
The children become the property of those who buy them and are not allowed to leave without permission.
Even the Asian maids who come to work often find themselves in a kind of slave-like position.
Young girls are divided into smaller groups and exploited for immoral acts.
Trafficking of white women and exploiting them for sexual practices is also relatively common.

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