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Myanmar: George Soros aids Islamist separatists via HRW?

Human rights organizations & the UN continue to ignore that the ARSA started the conflict, people from the Rakhine state in Myanmar are fleeing. Putting the sole blame on the Myanmar military, who were provoked into action when police outposts, & a military base were attacked by the ARSA, who were armed with automatic rifles, machetes, & improvised explosive devices. When human rights organizations put the sole blame of Myanmar security forces, they are effectively aiding Islamist terrorists in gaining legitimacy/international support. There has been a trend of using phony humanitarianism to market war to the masses, in the previous conflicts in Libya, & Syria. George Soros is said to be behind civil unrest in the US funding BLM, a group containing black supremacists, known for violently attacking white people, & vandalising property.
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Islamist thanks god for dead Myanmar soldiers.

Unconfirmed reports state that the Pakistan born leader of the ARSA, trained with Libya rebels before returning to Myanmar.
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“George Soros, philanthropist and financier, today announced a challenge grant of $100 million over 10 years to Human Rights Watch. The grant from his Open Society Foundations, the largest that he has ever made to a nongovernmental organization, will be used to expand and deepen Human Rights Watch’s global presence to more effectively protect and promote human rights around the world.” hrw.org

HRW: Myanmar: Global Appeal for UN Action

George Soros funds Ferguson protests, hopes to spur civil action/unrest

Syria Chemical Weapons: Mother Agnes Mariam Attacked…
By Human Rights Watch! HRW Lies for the US Government

Note. Rohingya militants have a long history of burning things when they don’t get what they want:

Mar 1998 Some 64 Rohingyas are jailed after clashing with police and setting fire to part of the Kutupalong refugee camp in Bangladesh. The police raided the camp and arrested the militants who had seized control of the camp several days ago. (No Myanmar military in Bangladesh)

On 8 June 2012, Rohingyas started to burn Rakhine’s Buddhist and other ethnic houses after returning from Friday’s prayers in Maungdaw township. More than a dozen residents were killed in this riot by Rohingya Muslims.

19 October 2017
A massive fire destroyed most of the Kandawgyi Palace in the early hours of Thursday morning, with at least two deaths reported at one of Rangoon’s most iconic hotels.

About 70 percent of the hotel is estimated to have been destroyed by the blaze, which began just after 3 a.m. A woman from Macao was also injured after she jumped from her third-floor room at the hotel as the fire raged.

After a failed Islamist separatist insurrection in the 90’s Nurul Islam fled to the UK, the former leader of Arakan Rohingya Islamic Front terrorist group, is now working closely with human rights organizations.

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July 14, 2017
Refugees, whose numbers have swelled since fighting late last year in Myanmar’s Rakhine state, also report masked men roaming the dark streets of the two camps in Kutupalong at night.

Bangladesh police and aid workers say a struggle for control of supplies to the camps is behind the violence.

“They beat me and my sister and dragged him out of the house,” Ankis told Reuters, as her 7- and 3-year-old children slept by her on the newly cemented floor.

“The kidnappers called me from his number and threatened to kill me too. I‘m also getting threats in the name of al-Yaqin.”

She was referring to the militant group Harakah al-Yaqin, or “Faith Movement”, whose attacks on Myanmar border police posts in October prompted a security crackdown in which troops have been accused of murder and rape of Rohingya civilians.

Police say it is unclear whether the insurgent group, which now wants to be known as the Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army, was involved in the violence in the camps or whether others were using its name to intimidate refugees.

The group, whose leader spoke to Reuters in an interview in March, did not respond to an email seeking comment. reuters.com

Rohingyas’ long history of jihadism must be acknowledged

Mosques attacked by Sunni Islamists in Afghanistan: Islamist hypocrisy and Myanmar

The Rohingya Psyops: Waging Covert War on Myanmar

Myanmar, having warmed to the West, turns to China again

Myanmar Rohingya crisis: Al Qaeda warns crimes against ‘Muslim brothers’ will be avenged

Algerian linked to Osama wins legal battle to stay in UK

A wheelchair-bound Algerian terror suspect linked to Osama Bin Laden has won his 21-year legal battle to live in the UK in the latest blow to the Government’s efforts to expel foreign jihadists. telegraph.co.uk

The unnamed man will also be able to study algebra at the Open University, the judge ruled. The case deals a major blow to Home efforts to deport foreign jihadists and further proof of restrictive European human rights laws. It is the latest deportation case Home Secretary Amber Rudd has lost. dailymail.co.uk

Syria: UN human rights, war crimes report to be released

Syrian anti-regime protestors gather around UN observers in the village of Azzara in Homs province,
on May 4, 2012.(Joseph Eid/AFP/GettyImages)

Four United Nations human rights experts briefed the Security Council today on a new report into human rights and humanitarian law violations in Syria since the uprising in the country began, saying unthinkable crimes continue occurring daily, with victims’ voices in danger of being lost amid the horrors of the conflict.

“It is unconscionable that Syrians should continue to suffer as they have for the last four years and have to live in a world where only limited attempts have been made to return Syria to peace, and to seek justice for the victims,” said Paulo Sérgio Pinheiro, Chair of the Independent International Commission of Inquiry on the Syrian Arab Republic.

Along with Mr. Pinheiro, the Commission of Inquiry includes Karen Koning AbuZayd, Carla del Ponte and Vitit Muntarbhorn. It is mandated by the Human Rights Council to investigate and record all violations of international human rights law and is also tasked with investigating allegations of crimes against humanity and war crimes, with its mandate recently expanded to include “investigations of all massacres.” un.org

Woman reportedly killed in Syrian custody reveals she’s still alive
Kidnapped girl in Damascus actually an American dude in Edinburgh

Kiev fails to probe cluster bomb use against Donbass civilians

Human Rights Watch (HRW) says Kiev has failed to investigate its army’s use of prohibited cluster bombs against civilians in the country’s east. It also recommends Kiev invite the International Criminal Court to investigate.

The human rights watchdog is dissatisfied with the investigation conducted by the Ukrainian Prosecutor General’s Office into the use of cluster bombs by the Ukrainian armed forces in the east of the country, Human Rights Watch Executive Director Kenneth Roth told a media briefing in Kiev on Wednesday.

“Instead of analyzing physical evidence,” Ukraine’s Prosecutor General looked into the “presence of weapons in depots,” and said they were not taken anywhere, said Roth.

He explained the watchdog had appealed to Ukraine’s Military Prosecutor’s Office regarding the use of cluster bombs and Grad multiple rocket launchers by Kiev’s military in residential areas. In turn, the prosecutor appealed to the Ministry of Defense. Therefore he said “it’s no surprise” the ministry did not find any violations by Kiev’s military. In addition, the inspection did not check cluster bombs, but mines, he added. rt.com

New Saudi law declares that all atheists are terrorists

Saudi Arabia has introduced a series of new laws which define atheists as terrorists, according to
a report from Human Rights Watch.

In a string of royal decrees and an overarching new piece of legislation to deal with terrorism generally, the Saudi King Abdullah has clamped down on all forms of political dissent and protests that could “harm public order”.

The new laws have largely been brought in to combat the growing number of Saudis travelling to take part in the civil war in Syria, who have previously returned with newfound training and ideas about overthrowing the monarchy.

To that end, King Abdullah issued Royal Decree 44, which criminalises “participating in hostilities outside the kingdom” with prison sentences of between three and 20 years, Human Rights Watch said.

Yet last month further regulations were issued by the Saudi interior ministry, identifying a broad list of groups which the government considers to be terrorist organisations – including the Muslim Brotherhood. independent.co.uk

Obama seeks to reassure Saudi Arabia over Iran, Syria

President Barack Obama sought to reassure Saudi King Abdullah on Friday that he would support moderate Syrian rebels and reject a bad nuclear deal with Iran, during a visit designed to allay the kingdom’s concerns that its decades-old U.S. alliance had frayed.

Flying by helicopter to the king’s desert camp, Obama underscored the importance of Washington’s relationship with the world’s largest oil exporter in a two-hour meeting that focused on the Middle East but did not touch on energy or human rights.

Last year senior Saudi officials warned of a “major shift” away from the United States after bitter disagreements over its response to the “Arab spring” uprisings, efforts to negotiate with Iran, and Washington’s decision not to intervene militarily in Syria, where Riyadh wants more American support for rebels.

While the two leaders discussed “tactical differences”, they both agreed their strategic interests were aligned, a U.S. official told reporters after the meeting. reuters.com



Code Pink shows support for al-Qaeda terrorist groups?

Obama bundler Jodie Evans, far left, and Medea Benjamin, third from right, protest in Yemen with al Qaeda tied group al-Karama, June 17, 2013. Photo via al Karama.

Terrorist supporter Susan ‘Medea’ Benjamin spoke sympathetically of al Qaeda terrorists in a speech to a leftist group in Miami, Florida last week.

Benjamin, co-founder of the leftist front group Code Pink, spoke on February 18th to a gathering of fellow leftists at Florida International University according to a report by the leftist site FightBack!News.

“Medea Benjamin spoke about her travels to American-created war zones and areas being targeted by U.S. drones. She described tragic encounters with families of those murdered by American drones in Pakistan, Afghanistan and Somalia – including the mother of three sons who were all targeted and killed by drone strikes.

“”It is horrible that there are so many innocent casualties,” she said. “But even those actually targeted by drones and labeled as ‘militants’ are usually young people who join organizations like Al Qaeda because they don’t have much and have run out of options. Hearing their families speak about them was like hearing about young people who decide to join gangs in the U.S.””

Yes, Susie, people who join al Qaeda–the world-renowned terrorist group famous for the 9/11 attacks on America–are doing so for the paycheck, not the promise of eternal life with 72 virgins and the chance to slaughter Americans, Jews and anti-Islamist Muslims with bombings, plane hijackings and suicide attacks.

Benjamin also fails to note that many al Qaeda terrorists are well educated sons (and daughters) of privilege.

Last year Benjamin and her Code Pink co-leader—and Obama bundler—Jodie Evans traveled to Yemen where they met with the father of slain al Qaeda spiritual leader Anwar al-Awlaki and raised funds for the families of al Qaeda terrorists.

Such talk and terrorist alliances have not prevented Code Pink from working with President Barack Obama and leaders in the Democratic Party. thegatewaypundit.com

Al-karama Doubles Down on Al-Qaeda

The reason for concern is that the U.S. Treasury Department has determined that the organization’s founding president Abdul Rahman Omeir al-Naimi also happens to be an al-Qaeda financier. Here is the indefatigable Eli Lake’s article which broke the story.

In the wake of the scandal, Naimi said he would resign, but it was a bait-and-switch: He tendered his resignation, but Alkarama’s board did not accept it. Naimi then resumed his position. Alkarama tweeted me to call attention to their subsequent statement, “The Arab world needs bridge building, not terrorist listing.” Alkarama’s statement concluded, “If the U.S. wants to address the root causes of terrorism, it should avoid destroying the bridges which have been built between communities or taking the side of those attacking the rare fora – such as this organization – where tolerance, mutual understanding and exchange are made possible.”

Such words seem nice, but they reflect a greater phenomenon among many Islamist movements: While many in the United States and the West assume that greater interaction breeds tolerance, often among the most ideologically-committed Islamists exposure to the West brings not bridge-building, but rather a greater understanding about how to speak to Westerners and liberals. If people say the right thing, too often the Western NGO community and diplomats assume those people mean it. Actions matter more than words, however, which is why the terror designation is so disturbing. Neither Naimi nor Alkarama have moved to address the evidence behind the designation. Let us be clear: financing a group, in any way, shape, or form that is committed to the violent eradication of the region’s states and which commits the most heinous terror atrocities targeting civilians does not advance human rights; it mocks them. commentarymagazine.com

The billionaire builder’s son who used his wealth to climb to the top of the terror tree

U.S. Christian right behind anti-gay law passed in Uganda

Much of Africa’s anti-homosexuality movement is supported by American evangelicals, the Rev. Kapya Kaoma of Zambia wrote in 2009, who are keen to export the American “culture war” to new ground. Indeed, American evangelical Christians played a role in stirring the anti-homosexual sentiment that culminated in the initial legislation in Uganda. nytimes.com

Rev. Kapya Kaoma: New Ugandan law that makes homosexual acts punishable by life imprisonment
was modeled after the talking points of right-wing U.S. evangelicals.

In America, the Christian right is losing their battle against LGBT rights. In Africa, they’re just getting started. The feature-length documentary God Loves Uganda is a powerful exploration of the evangelical campaign to change African culture with values imported from America’s Christian Right. The film follows American and Ugandan religious leaders fighting “sexual immorality” and missionaries trying to convince Ugandans to follow Biblical law. GOD LOVES UGANDA Documentary Film Trailer. In theaters across the US and Canada, starting October 11th in New York, followed by an expansion to theaters across the US and Canada throughout the fall and into early 2014.

Apple & Google pull plastic surgery apps for children

Google Play and iTunes have removed plastic surgery apps telling children that liposuction will make them “thin and beautiful”. The apps, called “Plastic Surgery” and “Plastic Surgery & Plastic Doctor & Plastic Hospital Office for Barbie”, featured illustrations of a woman receiving treatment by a scalpel and a syringe.

Although iTunes and Google did not respond to the flurry of tweets, the apps were removed last night. Many took to Twitter to express their outrage at the apps, after women’s rights group Everyday Sexism tweeted a screenshot of the app yesterday asking their followers to “Tweet @itunes if you think they should reconsider marketing this crap to players aged 9+”. Over 4,000 people retweeted the post, commenting that the app was “disgusting” and “awful”.

Read more: independent.co.uk

UK must do more to explain stance on Saudi Arabia, say MPs

Britain is suffering from a “credibility problem” in claiming to be backing reform in Saudi Arabia, which is described by MPs as “one of the least democratic states in the world with a notoriously poor human rights record” in a report published on Friday.

MPs on the foreign affairs committee are also asking the government to “assess” the supply of weapons by Saudi Arabia to Syrian rebels seeking to overthrow President Bashar al-Assad. But they said there would be no advantage in stopping lucrative UK arms sales to the conservative kingdom – triggering immediate condemnation of a “whitewash” by campaigners.

After a year-long investigation into Britain’s relations with Saudi Arabia and neighbouring Bahrain, the all-party body says it is concerned about “limited but worrying evidence of a poor public perception of the UK in Saudi Arabia.”

The report will be closely scrutinized in both Gulf countries, but especially in oil-rich Saudi Arabia, whose ambassador to the UK warned of negative consequences for bilateral relations when the parliamentary enquiry was announced last year.

The inquiry was launched against the background of the Arab Spring uprisings, the rise of Islamist forces and nervousness in the Gulf monarchies that the unrest would affect them. It took evidence from academics, businessmen, diplomats and defence sales officials.

Read more: theguardian.com

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