Nobelprisen

Grameen Bank og Muhammed Yunus (som grunnla Grameen Bank) ble i dag tildelt Nobels Fredspris for sitt arbeid mot fattigdom. Det er bare å stille seg i listen av gratulanter!

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Postet av: Tips Aftenposten

Hva kan man gjre med en militsgruppe p 1000 mann, med sin sterke tro og overbevisning p demokratiets mangler ?TV-stasjonen Shaabiya –IRAKHvem angriper pressen ?Hvem har interesser i lukke munnen til stemmer som er uenige ?Satans mordere er mitt svar.http://www.forbes.com/feeds/ap/2006/10/12/ap3086409.htmlBlant de drepte var stasjonens styreformann, Abdul-Raheem Nasrallah, en shiamuslim som satt i fengsel under Saddam Husseins styre.Kjente noen Nasrallah fra hans tid i Norden ?http://www.aftenposten.no/nyheter/uriks/irak/article1493610.eceTips Aftenpostenhttp://www.aftenposten.no/spesial/tips/

Postet av: Shoaib

Ja hvem nsker bombe pressen .. svart er amerikanere, blant annet... men kjre deg, har dette noe med nobelprisen gjre?

15.10.2006 @ 09:33
URL: http://islam.weblogg.no
Postet av: Didrik

Jeg har ikke stor innsikt i verken konomi eller bankvesen, men det Yunus driver med hres svrt, svrt fornuftig ut. Fin mte demonstrere i praksis at selv om folk er fattige, betyr ikke det at de ikke kan vre bde ansvarsbevisste og verdige.

15.10.2006 @ 09:33
Postet av: Shoaib

Ja, og det er et tiltak som viser at det ikke er sprsml om pse inn milliarder for at noe skal ha en effekt.

15.10.2006 @ 09:36
URL: http://islam.weblogg.no
Postet av: Tips Aftenposten

svart er amerikanere,Du mener vel svaret er Islamistene ?Muslimske fundamentalister har ved flere anledninger bombet avdelinger av Grameen bank. De misliker at banken gir kvinner billige ln og konomisk selvstendighet. I februar i fjor gikk tre bomber av i avdelingen til banken i landsbyen Nabagram. To ansatte ble alvorlig skadd.

Postet av: Shoaib

Snakket ikke du om pressen der oppe? USA har da bombet Al Jazera flere ganger!

16.10.2006 @ 00:03
URL: http://islam.weblogg.no
Postet av: Tips Aftenposten

Les det som str her og ikke vr s bekymret for islamistenes propagandaorgan . Du ser bare det du nsker se.Hykleri og dobbeltmoral kalles det.Muslimske fundamentalister har ved flere anledninger bombet avdelinger av Grameen bank. De misliker at banken gir kvinner billige ln og konomisk selvstendighet. I februar i fjor gikk tre bomber av i avdelingen til banken i landsbyen Nabagram. To ansatte ble alvorlig skadd.

Postet av: Shoaib

S det er ok bombe pressen bare det er "dem" ???Nr du skriver s frem og tilbake er det ikke enkelt. Jeg leste artikklen Dagbladet refererte til skrevet av Anand Kumar med interesse, men mistet raskt mye av tiltroen til den da den er basert p "South Asia analysis group". Dette fordi dette er en slik politisert og ensidig gruppering. Nr det er sagt, Grameen bank og Mohammad Yunus har jeg all mulig respekt for, og jeg sttter deres arbeid for bedre kvinnenes stilling.

16.10.2006 @ 17:16
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Postet av: South Asia analysis group

Like pro jihadistisk som Hege Storhaug.Dermed troverdig.Eighty people, most of them local tribals with a majority of them below 20 years of age, are reported to have been killed in a missile attack on a madrasa located at Chenagai village in the Bajaur agency of the Federally-Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) of Pakistan in the early hours of October 30, 2006. The village is located 10 kms from Khar, the headquarters of the Agency, and 2.5 kms from Damadola, where the US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) allegedly carried out a missile strike in January last in an unsuccessful attempt to kill Dr. Ayman al-Zawahiri, the No. 2 to Osama bin Laden in Al Qaeda. 2. It is learnt there were 83 persons in the madrasa at the time of the attack, of whom only three survived and are undergoing treatment in a local dispensary. The Associated Press news agency has quoted Maj. Gen. Shaukat Sultan, the spokesman of the Pakistan Army, as saying as follows: "We received confirmed intelligence reports that 70-80 militants were hiding in a madrasa used as a terrorist training facility, which was destroyed by an army strike, led by helicopters." 3. However in a despatch to the "News" (October 31) filed from Nawagai in the Bajaur Agency, Mr. Rahimullah Yusufzai, who is very well-informed on tribal affairs and has excellent sources, has reported as follows: "Eyewitnesses said three missiles were fired from a pilot-less Predator plane at the seminary in Chenagai village. They claimed the drone had been flying over the area all night. Gunship helicopters and a plane were also seen flying over Mamond and Khar areas. They also claimed to have seen helicopters overflying Bajaur the previous three nights. Villagers said most of the dead were students aged 15 to 25 years. They said the students mostly belonged to Bajaur, while some were from the nearby districts of Dir and Swat. They said the body of one student was dispatched to Swabi and another to Mohmand agency. Though nobody in the village confirmed it, there was a possibility that some of the students were Afghan refugees. Among the dead was Maulana Liaquat, who ran the seminary and was a leader of the banned pro-Taliban organisation, Tanzim (Tehrik) Nifaz Shariat-i-Mohammadi (TNSM), commonly referred to as the “black turbans” on account of the distinctive black turbans used by its members. There were also reports that three sons of Maulana Liaquat were also killed. The TNSM Bajaur leader Maulana Faqir Mohammad, wanted for allegedly sheltering al-Qaeda and Taliban linked foreign militants, survived the attack as he wasn’t at the seminary at the time of the attack. He had attended a meeting at the seminary in the afternoon and left." 4. A US spokesman in Afghanistan has denied any US involvement in the raid and said it was purely a Pakistani military operation. According to independent Pakistani Police sources, the missile attack was made following the receipt of information that al-Zawahiri would be spending the night in the madrasa, but the information once again proved to be wrong. These sources say that whoever fired the missiles---whether the Pakistan Army or the CIA---seemed to have been under the impression that the madrasa had not yet re-opened after the Id vacation for which the students had gone to their villages and hence the casualties would be limited. They were not aware that the madrasa had already re-opened and that the students were back, resulting in large casualties. 5. The Police sources suspect that it was a joint operation by the Pakistan Army and the US forces based in Afghanistan, but when it was found that the attacks had killed a large number of young students it was decided by President Musharraf that it should be projected as a Pakistan Army operation with no US involvement in order not to exacerbate the already high anti-US anger in the area. They also allege that in their eagerness to present President George Bush with a major success on the eve of the US Congressional elections, the Pakistani and US officials hastened to make the attack without proper verification of the information. 6. The attack came a few hours before the scheduled signing ceremony of a truce agreement between the Pakistan Army and local tribal leaders under which the Pakistan Army was to stop all military operations in the Bajaur Agency, release those arrested in the past and return arms and ammunition seized from the tribals. In return, the tribals were to undertake a commitment to maintain law and order and ensure that foreigners living in the area did not indulge in any violent activity either in Pakistani or Afghan territory. 7. The truce agreement would have been similar to the agreement concluded by the Pakistan Army with the tribal elders of North Waziristan on September 5, 2006. Considerable misgivings have been voiced not only by US and other NATO officials, but also by many analysts in Pakistan itself over the wisdom and motive of Gen.Pervez Musharraf, Pakistan's military dictator, in concluding this agreement. 8. In an editorial, the prestigious "Dawn" of Karachi wrote on October 25,2006, as follows: "Emboldened, it seems, by the September 5 accord with the government, militants in North Waziristan are now institutionalising their authority over the tribal agency. There is now at least one Taliban ‘office’ in Miramshah, the regional headquarters, and there is no doubt as to who is calling the shots in terms of administration. The militants’ jurisdiction has lately been formalised by the Taliban council of advisers, with a clearly defined territory in and around Miramshah demarcated as an “area of operations” where criminal activities are banned. Here it is the Taliban, not the political administration, who will lay down the law for crimes ranging from theft to murder. Punishment is to be meted out in accordance with the Taliban’s peculiar interpretation of the Shariat, not the state law applicable to the tribal areas. Penalties include execution, imprisonment and fines. Taxes in the form of involuntary ‘donations’ have been imposed on petrol pumps as well as trucks entering the agency. The ragtag Khasadar force, meanwhile, is a mere bystander, unable to intervene in the affairs of the Taliban. With a parallel administration, judiciary, prison system and taxation regime taking shape, the writ of the state is conspicuous only by its absence. The Taliban’s clampdown on ‘crime’ notwithstanding, these disturbing developments do not bode well for peace and stability in the region. They also appear to substantiate allegations that the September 5 agreement was, first and foremost, meant to guarantee that the militants would not attack the armed forces, and vice versa. Indeed, it is only this aspect of the deal that seems to hold the ground. As for the accord’s other clauses, no system has been put in place to monitor the conduct of foreign militants, nor — if Nato officials are to be believed — has there been any let-up in cross-border movement into Afghanistan. On this side of the Durand Line, ‘spies’ continue to be assassinated by the militants, in clear violation of the clause prohibiting targeted killings. This emergence of a state within a state needs to be looked into and checked forthwith. Since independence, the politics of expediency has prevented the integration of the tribal areas into the national mainstream. Historical mistakes must be rectified, not repeated. " 9. On October 29,2006, the same newspaper quoted Gen. James Jones, a NATO military commander, as telling pressmen at Kabul on October 28 at the end of a three-day visit as follows: "“Preliminary indications are that the movements across the border have increased since the signing of agreements on the other side of the border. ISAF (the International Security Assistance Force) is, however, still evaluating the situation and the first indications may not be conclusive. We are watching it very closely.” 10. The attacked madrasa has been in the forefront of the anti-US and anti-NATO activities in the tribal region. The Bajaur Agency in which it is located has been the hub of the activities of Al Qaeda, the Neo Taliban, Gulbuddin Heckmateyar's Hizb-e-Islami (HEI), the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan (IMU) and other Pakistan-based jihadi terrorist organisations. 11. The FATA, in which the Bajaur Agency is located, has historically posed a dilemma to whoever was in power in Pakistan for three reasons. First, it is inhabited by the most conservative of the conservative Muslims of Pakistan. Second, it is inhabited by the most anti-American of the anti-American sections of the Pakistani population. And third, it is inhabited by the most martial of the so-called martial sections of Pakistan. Next to the Punjabis and the Pashtuns of the North-West Frontier Province (NWFP), the tribals of the FATA constitute the third largest group in the Pakistan Army. There is hardly a tribal family in the FATA, which does not have a serving or retired serviceman. 12. Under Pakistan's laws, the mainstream political parties are banned from operating in the FATA in order to maintain its pristine tribal traditions and culture. As a result, the only organisations, which have developed roots in the FATA, are the Taliban (and now the Neo Taliban), Heckmateyar's HEI and the TNSM. The TNSM, which is strongly anti-Musharraf and anti-US, had recruited a large number of Pakistani ex-servicemen and sent them into Afghanistan after 9/11 to wage a jihad against the US forces. Many of them were killed by the US air strikes. The survivors fled back into Pakistan. 13. On January 15, 2002, Musharraf banned the TNSM as a terrorist organisation and arrested its leader Maulana Sufi Mohammad, who is still in jail. His son-in-law Maulana Fazlullah has revived the activities of the TNSM in a big way in the tribal areas since the beginning of this year. Reliable reports from the FATA say that there has been a tremendous response to his campaign against the US. 14. Musharraf seems to be confident that he would be able to manage public anger over the killing of a large number of students in the madrasa attack and that he would be able to come out of the controversy unscathed. The controversy has come at a time when wild rumours are circulating in Pakistan that the health of Dr. A. Q. Khan, the nuclear scientist, who recently underwent treatment for suspected prostate cancer in a Karachi hospital, is deteriorating. These rumours have been refuted by Govt. sources. If these rumours prove correct and A. Q. Khan dies, the resulting aggravated anti-Musharraf and anti-US anger might become difficult to control.

01.11.2006 @ 00:53
URL: http://saag.org/papers21/paper2008.html
Postet av: Shoaib

SAAG har bare troverdighet hos folk som allerede hater muslimer, der str du jo i godt selskap da, ikke?

01.11.2006 @ 10:49
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Postet av: Best regards,Best regards

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14.01.2007 @ 21:32
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