Author Topic: Pseudo-state Algeria: A Monstrous, Pan-Arab Tyranny  (Read 2802 times)

« on: 15/02/2010 om 22:11:20 »
Algeria cannot exist. This fake state is a colonial fabrication, a territory illegally detached by the French gangsters from its correct place, e.g. the Ottoman Empire, that corrsponds to absolutely no national vow.

French colonialism in Algeria has been a calamitous experience for the oppressed and tyrannized indigenous nation of Amazigh whose very existence has been systematically targeted by the evil Freemasonic tyranny of Paris and their local agents in North Africa.

By fabricating a fake Arab nation and by eradicating the national integrity, the linguistic identity, and the cultural authenticity of the Berbers, the criminal French averted the formation of a proper, national Berber state in North – Northwestern Africa that would rightfully encompass Libya, Tunisia, Algeria, Morocco and Mauritania.

This occurred by means of an unbearable tyranny that is greatly exposed in the recently published HRW World Report 2010.

It is therefore totally impertinent to consider the French colonials as ´criminal´ without at the same time rejecting the quintessence of their local endeavour, the vicious and genocidal ´arabization´ project, and re-establishing Berber as the only official language throughout Atlas.

I herewith republish HRW World Report 2010, chapter on Algeria, and in several forthcoming articles, I will shed further light on the most preoccupying subject.

HRW World Report 2010

Algeria - Events of 2009

http://www.hrw.org/en/node/87706

« Reply #1 on: 15/02/2010 om 22:28:56 »
French colonialism in Algeria has been a calamitous experience for the oppressed and tyrannized indigenous nation of Amazigh whose very existence has been systematically targeted by the evil Freemasonic tyranny of Paris and their local agents in North Africa.

Menouwya??

Cek thsneth mini3na Prof. Dr. Muhammad Shamsaddin Megalommatis??

http://www.buzzle.com/articles/pseudo-state-algeria-a-monstrous-pan-arab-tyranny-exposed-by-hrw-world-report-2010.html
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« Reply #3 on: 15/02/2010 om 22:47:06 »
http://www.americanchronicle.com/authors/view/1225

nog een andere excentriek :-)

Hij heeft in ieder geval wel een zeer indrukwekkende Curriculum Vitae:

http://www.buzzle.com/authors.asp?author=973
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« Reply #4 on: 15/02/2010 om 22:48:54 »
En hij schrijft artikelen over zowel Algerije als Marokko...>


HRW World Report 2010 Reveals the Iniquity and Inhumanity of the Moroccan Pan-Arab Tyranny

In fact, Morocco is one the world’s worst tyrannies, and this is what the recently published HRW World Report 2010 revealed.

Enlarge ImageMorocco is not an Arab country. On the contrary, Morocco is a totally Berber country. In today’s Morocco, there are three linguistic groups of Berbers:
1. Berbers who speak only Berber;
2. Berbers who speak Berber and Arabic; and
3. Berbers who speak only Arabic, due to the tyrannically imposed, colonial programs of Nazi – arabization that reflect the monstrosity of the French colonial gangsters, and their local lackeys, i.e. the much loathed and absolutely reviled dictatorial regime of the Moroccan bogus-king.

In fact, Morocco is one the world’s worst tyrannies, and this is what the recently published HRW World Report 2010 revealed. That’s why the HRW Report generated a terrible shock within the systematically persecuted and mercilessly terrorized Berber society of the colonial technical entity "Morocco".

In real historical terms, Morocco was a dependency of the Islamic Calipahte and the Ottoman Empire until it became the target of France’s anti-Christian, anti-Muslim, anti-Hamitic and anti-Berber, racist, Freemasonic regime. The arabization programs that reflected the methods implemented in Nazi Germany by Dr. Goebbels were geared in order to disseminate a cultural, linguistic and national disfigurement among the entirely Hamitic – Berber populations of the greater Atlas region, and to generate a false competition between the pan-Arab elites of the two countries that would thus plunge the divided Berber nation into permanent poverty, underdevelopment and slavery.

I herewith republish the famous Report that had so strong an impact on Morocco. In forthcoming articles, I will shed more light on the execrable, racist, Pan-Arab tyranny that under the guidance of the French Freemasonic puppet, the ludicrous Moroccan king, helped so long dehumanize the Berbers who were unlucky enough to be locked in the prison named "Morocco".

Morocco / Western Sahara - Events of 2009
http://www.hrw.org/en/node/87731

Human rights conditions deteriorated overall in 2009 in Morocco, although the country continued to have a lively civil society and independent press. The government, aided by complaisant courts, used repressive legislation to punish and imprison peaceful opponents, especially those who violate taboos against criticizing the king or the monarchy, questioning the "Moroccanness" of Western Sahara, or "denigrating" Islam.

Restrictions on rights are particularly tight in the restive Western Sahara region, which Morocco claims sovereignty over and administers as if it were part of its national territory. A pro-independence movement known as the Polisario Front (Popular Front for the Liberation of the Saguía al-Hamra and Río de Oro) demands a referendum on self-determination for the Sahrawi people. The Polisario rejected an April 2007 Moroccan proposal for enhanced autonomy for the region, mainly because it nowhere mentions a referendum in which independence would be an option. Numerous Sahrawis were charged or imprisoned because of their peaceful advocacy of self-determination for the contested Western Sahara. Politically motivated restrictions on the right to travel increased.

Terrorism and Counterterrorism

Hundreds of suspected Islamist extremists arrested in the aftermath of the Casablanca bombings of May 2003 continue to serve prison terms. Many were convicted in unfair trials after being held that year in secret detention for days or weeks, and subjected to mistreatment and sometimes torture while under interrogation. Some were sentenced to death, a punishment that Morocco has not abolished even though it has not carried it out since 1993. Since August 2006 police have arrested hundreds more suspected Islamist militants, many of whom were convicted and imprisoned for belonging to "a criminal gang" or preparing to join "the jihad" in Iraq.

Intelligence agencies continued to interrogate terrorism suspects at an unacknowledged detention center at Temara, near Rabat, according to numerous reports from detainees. Many suspects alleged that police tortured them under interrogation, while holding them in pre-charge custody for longer than the 12-day maximum the law provides for terrorism cases. For example, several of the defendants in the so-called Belliraj mass trial (see below) contended that the police abducted them and held them incommunicado for between two and four weeks before presenting them to a judge. Some of these contended at trial that police at Temara tortured them in order to extract false confessions.

Confronting Past Abuses

Following the pioneering work completed in 2005 by Morocco's Equity and Reconciliation Commission (ERC), the state acknowledged responsibility for "disappearances" and other grave abuses in the past, and compensated some 16,000 victims or their survivors. However, no Moroccan officials or security force members are known to have been prosecuted for violations committed during the period from 1956 to 1999 that the ERC investigated, and the government has yet to implement most of the institutional reforms recommended by the ERC to safeguard against future abuses. In addition, as of October, the families of the "disappeared" persons whose cases were handled by the ERC and, afterwards by the Advisory Council on Human Rights, had not received a full account of the ERC's findings concerning the "disappearance" of their relatives.

Police Conduct and the Criminal Justice System

Police are rarely held accountable for violating human rights. In cases with political overtones, courts seldom provide fair trials; judges routinely ignore requests for medical examinations lodged by defendants who claim to have been tortured, refuse to summon exculpatory witnesses, and convict defendants on the basis of apparently coerced confessions. On July 28 the Rabat Court of Appeals convicted all 35 defendants in the "Belliraj" case of forming a terrorist network, sentencing them to terms of up to life in prison. The defendants included the heads of two parties and four other well-known political figures. The court based the guilty verdicts almost entirely on the statements attributed to the defendants by the police, even though most defendants had repudiated those statements before the investigating judge and all repudiated the statements at trial. The court refused to investigate allegations of torture, falsified statements, and statements written in Arabic for defendants unable to read that language. The appeals hearing was due to begin in December 2009.

Police arrested seven non-violent Sahrawi activists on October 8 upon their return from openly visiting the Polisario-run refugee camps near Tindouf, Algeria. A Casablanca judge referred their case to a military court on the grounds that the alleged offenses included harming "external state security," by "causing harm to Morocco's territorial integrity." The referral of civilians to a military court, where the procedural rights of defendants are abridged, was a rare and ominous development.

Freedom of Association, Assembly, and Movement

Morocco boasts thousands of independent associations. However, government officials arbitrarily impede the legalization of some organizations, undermining their freedom to operate. Groups affected include those defending the rights of Sahrawis, Amazighs (Berbers), sub-Saharan immigrants, and unemployed university graduates, as well as charitable, and cultural and education associations whose leadership includes members of Justice and Spirituality, one of the country's largest Islamist movements.

The government generally tolerates the work of the many human rights organizations active in Rabat and Casablanca. In northern Morocco, authorities on February 17, 2009 arrested Chekib el-Khayari, president of the Association for Human Rights in the Rif, after he accused certain Moroccan officials of complicity in narcotics trafficking. On June 24 a Casablanca court convicted el-Khayari of "gravely insulting state institutions" and minor currency violations, and sentenced him to three years in prison and a heavy fine. He was still in jail awaiting his appeal as of November.

Authorities generally do not hamper foreign human rights groups visiting Morocco, although the security forces sometimes question Moroccans who have had contact with them. Beginning in October the police enforced new restrictions on groups visiting the homes of Sahrawi activists, breaking up at least seven such visits on the grounds that visitors would henceforth require clearance for such meetings. Most types of outdoor gatherings require authorization from the Interior Ministry, which can refuse permission if it deems them liable to "disturb the public order." Although many of the frequent public protests run their course undisturbed, baton-wielding police have brutally broken up others.

The government prevented Sahrawi activists from traveling abroad more often than in recent years. On August 5, authorities prevented six Sahrawi students from departing from Agadir airport to travel to the United Kingdom to participate in a program of cross-cultural dialogue. On October 6, Moroccan authorities detained and turned back five well-known Sahrawi activists who were on their way to Mauritania via the land border crossing. They confiscated the men's passports and had not returned them as of early November. Authorities declined to issue a passport to Brahim Sabbar, secretary-general of a Sahrawi human rights organization.

Media Freedom

Press freedom declined in 2009.The press law provides prison terms for "maliciously" spreading "false information" likely to disturb the public order or for speech that is defamatory, offensive to members of the royal family, or that undermines "Islam, the institution of the monarchy, or [Morocco's] territorial integrity." After the Arabic daily Akhbar al-Youm published on September 26 a cartoon about a cousin of King Mohammed VI, authorities froze its bank account and sent police to shut down its editorial offices - actions that have no basis in Moroccan law. A court on October 30 ordered the closure of Akhbar al-Youm's offices and sentenced the cartoonist and director of publication to fines and suspended prison terms. Driss Chahtane, editor of al-Mish'al weekly, went to prison on October 15, the day a court of first instance sentenced him to a one-year term for maliciously publishing "false news" about the king's health. On August 1 the minister of the interior ordered the seizure of the new issues of TelQuel and Nichan because the two weeklies had published the result of a public opinion poll on King Mohammed VI, even though the results were favorable. Disregarding the applicable law, the authorities then destroyed copies of the issues before the publisher could appeal the seizure in court.

Key International Actors

Morocco is the biggest beneficiary of the European Neighbourhood and Partnership Instrument, with €654 million in aid earmarked for 2007-2010, including grants to many independent Moroccan human rights organizations. In 2008 the European Union voted to give the kingdom "advanced status," placing it a notch above other members of the EU's "neighbourhood policy."

A European parliamentary delegation conducted a fact-finding mission to Morocco and Western Sahara in January 2009 that Morocco had blocked for three years. The delegation said it was able to conduct its visit without obstacles. Among its recommendations was that Morocco "ensure that the clauses relating to territorial integrity do not apply to the mere expression of opinions, including those in support of independence, provided that they respect the principle of non-violence."

While supporting autonomy for Western Sahara under Moroccan sovereignty, US diplomats traveled to Western Sahara, where they met with Sahrawi human rights activists.

In the first visit to North Africa by a senior official of the Obama administration, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton met in Morocco with King Mohammed VI on November 2. In her public rermarks the next day, Clinton saluted the reforms that have enabled Moroccan women to "bring their considerable talents to strengthening democratic institutions, accelerating economic growth and broadening the work of civil society."

France is Morocco's leading trade partner and the leading source of public development aid and private investment. France gave Morocco €460 million in Overseas Development Assistance in 2007-2009, making it the leading recipient of such assistance. France rarely criticized publicly Morocco's human rights practices.

The United Nations Security Council in April 2009 renewed for one year the MINURSO peacekeeping force in Western Sahara but once again declined to extend its mandate to include human rights observation and protection. Morocco opposes giving MINURSO such a mandate, whereas the Polisario says it supports it.

Morocco ratified the International Convention on the Protection and Promotion of the Rights and Dignity of Persons with Disabilities on April 9. King Mohammed VI announced on December 10, 2008 that Morocco would lift its reservations to the Convention for the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women but that had yet to happen as of November 2009. Morocco hosted a visit in June by the Working Group on Enforced and Involuntary Disappearances, the first by the group in an Arab or African country. The group praised the ERC but expressed concern that its mandate, which excluded the prosecution of perpetrators, could promote impunity.

13 Februari 2010

Muhammad Shamsaddin Megalommatis

http://www.buzzle.com/articles/hrw-world-report-2010-reveals-the-iniquity-and-inhumanity-of-the-moroccan-pan-arab-tyranny.html

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French colonialism in Algeria has been a calamitous experience for the oppressed and tyrannized indigenous nation of Amazigh whose very existence has been systematically targeted by the evil Freemasonic tyranny of Paris and their local agents in North Africa.

By fabricating a fake Arab nation and by eradicating the national integrity, the linguistic identity, and the cultural authenticity of the Berbers, the criminal French averted the formation of a proper, national Berber state in North – Northwestern Africa that would rightfully encompass Libya, Tunisia, Algeria, Morocco and Mauritania.



http://www.hrw.org/en/node/87706
Dit is waar Abdelkarim voor gestreden hebt!

« Reply #6 on: 15/02/2010 om 23:08:13 »
Dit is waar Abdelkarim voor gestreden hebt!

Zou Abdelkrim el Khattabi ook hiervoor hebben gestreden denk je?

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I herewith republish the famous Report that had so strong an impact on Morocco. In forthcoming articles, I will shed more light on the execrable, racist, Pan-Arab tyranny that under the guidance of the French Freemasonic puppet, the ludicrous Moroccan king, helped so long dehumanize the Berbers who were unlucky enough to be locked in the prison named "Morocco".

Morocco / Western Sahara - Events of 2009
http://www.hrw.org/en/node/87731

Human rights conditions deteriorated overall in 2009 in Morocco, although the country continued to have a lively civil society and independent press. The government, aided by complaisant courts, used repressive legislation to punish and imprison peaceful opponents, especially those who violate taboos against criticizing the king or the monarchy, questioning the "Moroccanness" of Western Sahara, or "denigrating" Islam.
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« Reply #7 on: 15/02/2010 om 23:13:28 »
Zou Abdelkrim el Khattabi ook hiervoor hebben gestreden denk je?

Wat een domme vraag?


« Reply #8 on: 15/02/2010 om 23:19:32 »
Wat een domme vraag?

En waarom wens jij je dan niet openlijk je steun uit te spreken voor mensen die "questioning the "Moroccanness" of Western Sahara" als volgens jou ook Abdelkrim el Khattabi voor dezelfde mensen zou strijden?
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« Reply #9 on: 15/02/2010 om 23:26:08 »
En waarom wens jij je dan niet openlijk je steun uit te spreken voor mensen die "questioning the "Moroccanness" of Western Sahara" als volgens jou ook Abdelkrim el Khattabi voor dezelfde mensen zou strijden?

Franse kolonialisme in Algerije is een rampzalige ervaring voor de onderdrukten en getiranniseerd inheemse natie van Amazigh waarvan het bestaan is stelselmatig doelwit van de boze Freemasonic tirannie van Parijs en hun lokale agenten in Noord-Afrika.

Door fabriceren van een vals Arabische natie en door de uitroeiing van de nationale integriteit, de linguïstische identiteit, en de culturele authenticiteit van de Berbers, de criminele Franse voorkomen de vorming van een goede, nationale staat Berbers in Noord - Noordwest-Afrika, dat terecht zou omvatten Libië, Tunesië , Algerije, Marokko en Mauritanië.
K zeg: hier heeft abdelkarim voor gestreden.

En dan kom jij met westelijke sahara en word je weer persoonlijk. (begrijpend lezen)




« Reply #10 on: 16/02/2010 om 00:06:55 »
Begrijpend lezen met incognito in 6 stappen...>


I= quote van artikel van auteur Muhammad Shamsaddin Megalommatis en stelling van 3ich
French colonialism in Algeria has been a calamitous experience for the oppressed and tyrannized indigenous nation of Amazigh whose very existence has been systematically targeted by the evil Freemasonic tyranny of Paris and their local agents in North Africa.

By fabricating a fake Arab nation and by eradicating the national integrity, the linguistic identity, and the cultural authenticity of the Berbers, the criminal French averted the formation of a proper, national Berber state in North – Northwestern Africa that would rightfully encompass Libya, Tunisia, Algeria, Morocco and Mauritania.



http://www.hrw.org/en/node/87706


Dit is waar Abdelkarim voor gestreden hebt!


II= 1e vraag
Zou Abdelkrim el Khattabi ook hiervoor hebben gestreden denk je?


III= quote van een ander artikel, maar wel dezelfde auteur Muhammad Shamsaddin Megalommatis
Quote
I herewith republish the famous Report that had so strong an impact on Morocco. In forthcoming articles, I will shed more light on the execrable, racist, Pan-Arab tyranny that under the guidance of the French Freemasonic puppet, the ludicrous Moroccan king, helped so long dehumanize the Berbers who were unlucky enough to be locked in the prison named "Morocco".

Morocco / Western Sahara - Events of 2009
http://www.hrw.org/en/node/87731

Human rights conditions deteriorated overall in 2009 in Morocco, although the country continued to have a lively civil society and independent press. The government, aided by complaisant courts, used repressive legislation to punish and imprison peaceful opponents, especially those who violate taboos against criticizing the king or the monarchy, questioning the "Moroccanness" of Western Sahara, or "denigrating" Islam.


IV= 3ich beantwoordt met retorische vraag
Wat een domme vraag?


V= ervan uitgaande dat jouw retorische vraag een positieve beantwoording is op mijn 1e vraag stel ik een 2e vraag aan 3ich
En waarom wens jij je dan niet openlijk je steun uit te spreken voor mensen die "questioning the "Moroccanness" of Western Sahara" als volgens jou ook Abdelkrim el Khattabi voor dezelfde mensen zou strijden?


VI= 3ich reageert geirriteerd en weigert mijn 2e vraag te beantwoorden en wijst mij op mijn "gebrek" aan begrijpend lezen
Franse kolonialisme in Algerije is een rampzalige ervaring voor de onderdrukten en getiranniseerd inheemse natie van Amazigh waarvan het bestaan is stelselmatig doelwit van de boze Freemasonic tirannie van Parijs en hun lokale agenten in Noord-Afrika.

Door fabriceren van een vals Arabische natie en door de uitroeiing van de nationale integriteit, de linguïstische identiteit, en de culturele authenticiteit van de Berbers, de criminele Franse voorkomen de vorming van een goede, nationale staat Berbers in Noord - Noordwest-Afrika, dat terecht zou omvatten Libië, Tunesië , Algerije, Marokko en Mauritanië.
K zeg: hier heeft abdelkarim voor gestreden.

En dan kom jij met westelijke sahara en word je weer persoonlijk. (begrijpend lezen)
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« Reply #11 on: 16/02/2010 om 01:13:16 »
Begrijpend lezen met incognito in 6 stappen...>

conclusie: inco, begrijpt niet wat begrijpend lezen inhoud.