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UK: Search for all its malfeasance around the world, even now?

The UK embassy in Tehran  used to bribe Imams to deliver speeches that would antagonize the Sunnis and Shia in the mosque, they both shared to for their prayers, during the Ottoman empire

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فتشوا عن الانكليز اساس بلاء العالم بالفتنة

يقع أحد المساجد المهمة بطهران على مقربة من السفارة العثمانية والسفارة البريطانية. وكان هذا على عهد الحكومة العثمانية. وكان موظفو السفارة العثمانية يتجاوزون السبعين شخصأ فكانوا يرتادون دائمأ هذا المسجد ويتناوبون مع الشيعة في الصلاة فيه.

فعند الظهر . يصلي موظفو السفارة العثلمانية صلاة الظهر ويذهبون ثم يقيم إمام المسجد الشيعي الصلاة ويصلي الشيعة ظهرأ وعصرأ أما عند المغرب. فيصلي العثمانيون صلاة المغرب ويتفرقون ثم يصلي الشيعة جماعة صلاة المغرب والعشاء. وبعد فترة يتجمع العثمانيون ليصلوا العشاء. فيمابعد ..

لكن في ليالي الجمعة يطول برنامج صلاة المغرب والعشاء عند الشيعة . ويتجمع العثمانيون في أطراف المسجد بانتظار أن يفرغ المسجد فيصلوا العشاء.

هنا ينهض قارئ للتعزية اسمه ( كميلي ) وهو يحضر كل ليلة جمعة وبعد صلاتي المغرب والعشاء يخرج كيسأ فيه (بقصم) وهو
طعام من نوع خاص ويوزعه على الحضار ثم يقرأ التعزية ، وفقط يذكر مصيبة الزهراء (ع) وكسر ضلعها ويذكر اسم الخليفة فلان ويسب ويشتم وما أن يفرغ حتى يهب العثمانيون الذين تجمعوا للصلاة ويردون عليه ويرفضون كلماته وتحدث مشاجرات وطالما تنتهي بعراك
والضرب والملاكمات إلى حد الإدماء وأشد من ذلك ،

ويستمر الشيخ على هذا أسابيع وهو لا يقرأ إلا هذه التعزية ، وهي مصيبة الزهراء فاطمة (عليها السلام )
لكن أحد الكسبة من رواد المسجد انتبه لذلك واراد ان يعرف سبب اصرار هذا الشيخ الكميلي على تكرار هذه التعزية كل أسبوع فهل أنه لا يحفظ إلا هذا علمأ أن هناك مناسبات حزينة طوال السنة.!!

فقرر أن يتحقق من الأمر فتبع الشيخ وسأله شيخنا الله يحفظك لماذا تصر على تكرار هذه التعزية وتحدث مشاكل بين الشيعة والسنة وينتهي إلى تضارب وعراك ويهاجم بعضهم بعضأ فهل إنك لا تحفظ إلا هذه التعزية .؟؟

فقال الشيخ : لا ولكن المتبرع لهذا المجلس يشترط ذلك فقال له: مَن المتبرع؟؟؟ فأشار الشيخ إلى بقال وقال إن هذا البقال يعطيني عشر تومانات وكيسأ من (البقصم) أوزعه ويشترط علي أن أقرأ هذه التعزية .

فجاء هذا الرجل إلى البقال وسأله هل أنت المتبرع بالقراءة في هذا المسجد .؟؟ قال لا ولكن كل يوم خميس صباحأ يأتيني رجل ويعطيني عشرين تومان فأعطي للشيخ عشرة
تومانات وخمسة تومانات قيمة (البقصم) وخمسة تومانات هدية لي ولكنه يشترط أن تكون القراءة على مصيبة الزهراء فاطمة (عليها السلام)..

يقول هذا الكاسب فترصّدت هذا الرجل يوم الخميس وجاء كعادته ودفع العشرين تومان للبقال وذهب فلحقته وإذا به من موظفي السفارة البريطانية بطهران…!!!!
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*المصدر: كتاب جولة في دهاليز مظلمة، حسن الكشميري، ص ٩٨*Hassan Kashmiri

MP lives on £18 a week food bill, and we love her for it

Gareth On March 1, 2013 REVIEW OVERVIEW

A rare breed.
Could you imagine Boris (Johnson) and DavCam shopping around for food on £18 a week?

That’s why we love Helen Goodman, who did so during parliamentary recess to better understand her constituents.

It’s not often we find an MP we like. More often than not, we’re found frothing at the mouth about some tosspot who’s calling for poor people to be shot, or for millionaires (“wealth creators”) to receive tax cuts – often at the same time.

Wealth creators lavish money upon poors, it’s a well-known fact isn’t it?

But sometimes, we find someone who DOES THEIR JOB, and what’s more, goes beyond it.

Let’s all meet Helen Goodman, then, Labour MP for Bishop Auckland, who decided to live on £18 a week for food during the recent recess.

Yes, while DavCam and Boris were stuffing their porky pink faces full of fondue in Switzerland, one of our MPs was living like her constituents.

While David Cameron was, probably, supping on oysters and complaining about the bits of caviar in between his pearly white, recently treated teeth, Helen Goodman was suffering from headaches due to not having eaten enough.

Shocked at the bedroom tax and the other methods your government is using to basically pay for its millionaires’ tax cut and the RBS bonuses, she did what every MP should –tried to understand what her constituents are going through.

Never mind what we have to say, we could blather on all day about what fuckwits most MPs are – here’s the official extract from the Hansard. In full.

Helen Goodman, MP for Bishop Auckland

I was so shocked when I read what my constituents wrote to me about the implications for them of the bedroom tax, and about how little they would have left to live on, that I decided during the week of the recent recess to see if I could survive on £18 a week, which is what they will be left with to buy their food after 1 April.

That figure of £18 is entirely based on the experiences of my constituents, in particular women on employment and support allowance who are about the same age as me, but who had to stop working owing to chronic health conditions, perhaps after 20 years of working life.

Out of their £71.70 in allowance, they have to find £10 for electricity, £20 for heating—gas or coal—£6 for water rates, £4 for bus fares in the case of those who live in villages and have to get to the main town, and £10 for the bedroom tax, which left them with £23 for weekly living expenses.

That £23 has to cover more than food, of course. We did a calculation, and set aside £5 for all the non-food things everyone has to buy—soap, washing powder, washing-up liquid, toothpaste, loo paper—plus a small amount in order to save £50 a year for clothes or a pair of trainers, or in case the iron breaks. That leaves £18.

I therefore took up the challenge of trying to live on £18, and I want to tell Members what it is like. It is extremely unpleasant. I had porridge for breakfast every morning, as I usually do, but I make my porridge with milk; now I was making it with water.

I had to eat the same food over and over and over again. Single people are hit particularly hard, because cheap food comes in big packs.

I made a stew at the beginning of the week, and I ate the same food four nights a week.

I had pasta twice a week. I had baked potatoes.

I had eggs on six occasions.

It was completely impossible to have meat or fish; that was out of the question. It was also impossible to have five portions of fruit and vegetables a week.

I therefore also have a message for the Under-Secretary of State for Health, Anna Soubry, who is responsible for public health. She was criticising people on low incomes for obesity.

Of course people on low incomes are more likely to have that problem; they have to fill up on toast and biscuits.

I found myself waking up in the middle of the night absolutely ravenous, having to make cups of tea and eat biscuits.

I had a headache for five days in that week, and I was completely lethargic and exhausted by 4 pm.

Some people are on jobseeker’s allowance and are looking for a job. Looking for a job is a job in itself; it takes time and energy.

The people whom DWP Ministers want to do workfare are being expected to work 30 hours a week, yet they are not going to have enough to eat properly.

Most shocking of all was the fact that come Sunday I ran out of food—there was literally nothing left to eat that night.

If Ministers are happy with the notion that 660,000 of our fellow citizens are literally not going to have enough to eat by the end of the week, all I can say is that I pity them because they have no pity and no conception of what they are going to do to the people in our constituencies who will be faced with this bedroom tax.

The Minister has been very free and easy in talking about all these wonderful alternatives, such as the fact that people can move.

In my constituency more than 1,000 people will be affected by the bedroom tax, but there are fewer than 100 smaller properties to which they could move. In my constituency, it is not possible for all these people to increase the number of hours they work, as 7 people are chasing every job;

People are in part-time work because they cannot get full-time work. Government Members have shown their complete ignorance of the benefits system by saying, “You just have to work a couple of hours a week on the minimum wage.

Of course that is not true, because these people would get then into the tapers and the disregards, and their benefits would be cut or they might find themselves paying tax. The numbers simply do not add up.

Of course some individuals or couples have properties that are larger than they need, but the so-called under-occupancy is in one part of the country and the overcrowding is in another.

It simply is not credible to suggest that all the large, over-occupying families in London will move up to Durham, particularly given that the unemployment rate there is more than 9%. What would they be moving to? What would they be moving for?

I made a video diary of my week, so I got a lot of feedback from people affected by this policy. Interestingly, they said, “Yes, this is the reality of our lives. We are not able to survive properly now and things are going to get worse to the tune of £10 a week from 1 April.”

In 2006, I did the same experiment under the previous Labour Government, living on benefits to see what life was like for young people on the lowest rate of income support.

I found that difficult, but there was enough money to get through the whole week. I wish to point out to the Minister that we have reached a new low, because the £21 that people had in 2006 is equivalent to £28 now, and that should be compared with the £18 with which people are going to be expected to feed themselves.

The Minister has made much, too, of the discretionary housing benefits, which many hon. Members have questioned.

In County Durham, £5 million of income will be taken out of people’s pockets and out of the local economy. The size of the discretionary fund is half a million pounds, so once again there is a huge gap between actual need and the resources being given to people to deal with it.

Many hon. Members have pointed out the unfairness of the policy for people who are disabled and need to sleep separately, be they adults or children; people who have children in the Army; foster carers; and separated parents.

This policy is a fundamental attack on the poorest people in this country. People are going to lose between £500 and £1,000 over the course of next year, through no fault of their own.

But the really disgusting thing is that on the same day that the bedroom tax is being introduced millionaires are being given a tax cut that will be worth £1,000—not over the year as a whole, but every single week.

Note: In Lebanon with have No allowance for the needy people: They have to manage any which way

RAY OF HOPE?

Finally, A British Newspaper Admits UK Are Backing Terrorists in Syria

This appears to be the first UK mainstream media outlet to openly admit that the UK are backing terrorists extremists in Syria.

A breech in the mainstream media firewall on Syria?
http://21stcenturywire.com/…/ray-of-hope-a-british-newspap…/

21WIRE + Express | Horrific footage emerges of UK-backed Syrian militants beheading an 11-year-old child
21stcenturywire.com

Although 21WIRE has been exposing this fact for the last 4 years, mainstream media outlets have maintained a code of silence over the US, UK, France, Saudi Arabia, Qatar and other ‘Coalition’ members who have been financing, training and arming of Islamist extremists currently running amok in Syria, Turkey, Iraq and Yemen.

1-Moderate-Rebels

 

 

 

 
The Express article, filed by Charlie Peat, describes the latest savage barbaric deed done by NATO-backed “Moderate Rebels”, and admits how the US-led NATO confab is supplying weapons to these Islamist terrorist groups:

 

 

“The young [11 year old] boy is said to be a soldier for Liwaa al-Quds, a group which supports Assad’s Syrian forces. He is seen in the back of a truck in the Palestinian refugee Handarat Camp in Northern Aleppo.

One of the militants shouts “Allahu Akbar”, meaning “God is great”, before slaughtering the child.

“The Nour al-Din al-Zenki group is part of the Levant Front, made up of the Islamic Front and the Free Syrian Army who are fighting to overthrow the Assad government.

It is also fighting against heinous group Islamic State with the US government has supplied the group with anti-tank missiles.”

Here is one still image of one of the US-UK backed “moderate rebels” holding up the head of the child they accused of being a spy for the Syrian government before murdering him (below).

Note: Does this very sick boy of 11 who needed medical treatment has a Name? Just a slaughtered boy of among the massacred ones?

Is The Pen Mightier Than The Sword?

The Lebanese spend more on education than anything but food, more per capita than any other country. It’s a down-payment of hope in Lebanon’s future.

In schools as on the borders and checkpoints, the UK stands beside Lebanon with actions not words.
The UK is now Lebanon’s main education partner, through four game-changing programmes.

For the second year, we are getting school textbooks to every pupil aged 6-15, over 300,000 kids.

We are working with the Education Ministry to get every child into school. At over 50m USD, this is the largest ever UK project with the Lebanese state.

With the Ministry and Adyan, we are getting citizenship and coexistence into the curriculum. Leaders from all religious groups have agreed how to teach all 6-17 year old pupils about a united Lebanon rather than a divided one.

This is the first academic year when English will be the most studied language. The British Council are giving Lebanese kids the key that unlocks the global market. At thirty graduation ceremonies in two years, I have seen how empowering this is.

No child should miss out on their education. Yet a growing number risk becoming a lost generation, vulnerable to radicalisation and manipulation. We want to make it a fairer fight: we are arming Lebanon’s youth with knowledge.

People talk about countering ISIL extremism with boots on the ground. We’re doing it with books in the hand.


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