mercredi 31 décembre 2008

İsrail vahşetini Brüksel'de onbinler lanetledi







YENI BELTÜRK



10 bin kişi İsrail vahşetini lanetlemek için tek yumruk oldu. İsrail´in geçtiğimiz günlerde başlattığı ve yüzlerce sivil masum halkın ölümüne yol açan ve hala süren saldırıları dünyanın heryerinde olduğu gibi Belçika´nın başkenti Brüksel´de de lanetlendi. 10 bini aşkın insan ellerinde İsrail´i ve ABD´yi kınayan pankartlarla başkent Brüksel sokaklarında İsrail´i ve ABD´yi terörist devlet ilan ettiler.
Belçika´da faaliyette bulunan çeşitli Yahudi derneklerinin yanısıra çok sayıda Belçikalının da destek verdiği protesto yürüyüşünde polisin geniş güvenlik önlemleri dikkat çekerken herhangi önemli bir olayın çıkmaması sevindirdi. Protesto ürüyüşünde diğer dikkat çeken bir husus ise özellikle Arap dünyası liderlerine duyulan tepki idi. Suudi liderlere ve Mısır liderine tepkilerini sözlü olarak ve pankartlarla bildiren göstericiler ´Katil İsrail´, ´Siyonist terör´, ´İsrail defol´ sloganları ile yürüyüşlerini sürdürdüler.

ABD bayrağının yanısıra Yahudilerin yıldızının bulunduğu bir bez parçasını da yakan kalabalık yanan bez parçalarını da çiğneyerek tepkilerini gösterdiler.
AYAKKABILAR BURADA DA BAŞROLDE
Iraklı gazetecinin başkan Bush´a attığı ayakkabı etkisini başkent Brüksel´de ki gösteride de belli etti. ABD bayrağı ve İsrail yıldızı yakılmadan önce gençler ayakkabıları ile bayraklara vurarak tepkilerini gösterdiler.

lundi 29 décembre 2008

Güney Azerbaycan Konqresi - Belçika senatında konfrans


Avropa Kərkük Türkləri Cəmiyyətinin təmsilçisi Aydınlı

http://www.guneyazerbaycankonqresi.com/x21.html

Belçika senatında konfrans

XII.2008. /GAK

8 dekabr 2008, saat 14-dən 18-dək, DAK-ın təşkilatçılığı ilə Belçika senatında “Dağlıq Qarabağ problemi beynəlxalq hüquq müstəvisində”, “Türkmənçay müqaviləsinin 180 illiyi” və “Parçalanmış xalq” mövzularında dinləmələr keçirildi.

Tədbirdə, Senator Berni Kollas, Belçikanın bərabərhüquqlar nazirinin məsləhətçisi Nebahat Acar, DAK həmsədrləri Firidun Pərvizniya və Sabir Rüstəmxanlı, Güney Azərbaycan Konqresinin sədri Abdulla Əmir Haşimi (Cavanşir), Hollandiya-Azərbaycan Dostluq Cəmiyyətinin sədri Elman Mustafazadə, Avropa Kərkük Türkləri Cəmiyyətinin təmsilçisi Aydınlı, Azərbaycan Respublikasının Belçikadakı səfiri Emin Eyyubov və katib Fuad Hümbətovla yanaşı, DAK heyyətindən Dr. Nurəddin Qərəvi, Abuzər Bağırov, prof. Vaqif Arzumanlı, Tənzilə xanım Rüstəmxanlı, Məhəmməd Müştaq, Əli İsa Hacı Ağayevli, Samir Turan Balakişiyev, Aqil Ələsgər, Səftər Rəhimli, Hüseyn Vüsuqi və digər iştirakçılar çıxış etdilər. Tədbirdə, Tələt Paşa komitəsinin üzvü Mahir Pala, Benelüks Azərbaycanlı Gənclər Koordinasiya Şurasından Musa Pünhan, Doğan xəbər agentliyi, Hürriyyət qəzetinin və Kanal D televiziyasının müxbirləri də iştirak edirdilər.

Çıxışları, Azərbaycan türkcəsindən fransız dilinə və əksinə, Seymur Balammadov tərcümə edirdi.


Aşağıda bir neçə şəkil təqdim olunur.
Xəbərin birbaşa keçidi: http://www.guneyazerbaycankonqresi.com/x21.html

The EU should condemn Israel for its crimes against humanity

Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan has called Israel's actions a "crime against humanity."

While EU Politicians "condemn the disproportionate use of force of both parties to the conflict".


See:

EU expresses 'grave concern' at Israeli attacks on Gaza
LEIGH PHILLIPS

The European Union has expressed its "grave concern" at Israel's continuing attacks on the Gaza Strip that have killed close to 300 Palestinians and injured around 900, and called the airstrikes "unacceptable" and urging both sides to halt military actions.

France, in one of its final acts as the outgoing chair of the EU's six-month rotating presidency, in a statement said the 27-country bloc "condemns the disproportionate use of force" of both parties to the conflict.


"There is no military solution in Gaza," the communique continued, urging the "re-opening of all checkpoints and the immediate resumption of fuel and humanitarian aid deliveries."

On Saturday (27 December), Israeli warplanes and helicopter gunships launched attacks against police stations, civilian houses and medical centres in the Gaza Strip. Israel says the actions are in a retaliation for Palestinian rocket and mortar fire on regions in the south of the Jewish state.
The Wednesday ahead of the assault, around 70 Palestinian rockets hit Israel over a 24-hour period.

Palestinian officials estimate that the bombings have killed 285 Palestinians and wounded some 900 individuals.

EU foreign relations commissioner Benita Ferrero-Waldner "expressed grave concern at the ongoing Israeli military air strikes in the Gaza Strip," and "called on all sides to exercise the utmost restraint and ...return immediately to the ceasefire."

The bloc's chief diplomat, Javier Solana, also said that the attacks were "inflicting an unacceptable toll on Palestinian civilians," and called on Tel Aviv to re-open Gaza border crossings.

Mr Solana added that the EU was "ready to resume its monitoring mission" at the Rafah checkpoint.

Both sides criticised

If the emphasis was on the Palestinian deaths, EU leaders were however careful to criticise both Israeli and Palestinian actions.

French President Nicholas Sarkozy separately expressed his "great concern" at the violence. Having spoken with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, of Hamas rival al Fatah, the French leader denounced "the provocations that led to this situation as well as the disproportionate use of force."

UK foreign minister David Miliband used similar language, saying that he and Prime Minister Gordon Brown were following the situation with "grave concern."

Mr Brown had also said Israel should "do everything in its power to avoid civilian casualties."
According to German newspaper Bild am Sonntag, the country's foreign minister, Frank-Walter Steinmeier, meanwhile placed blame for the renewal of conflict with Hamas and its decision to end its truce with Israel, calling on the group to "immediately and permanently stop the insufferable rocket attacks on Israel," while urging the Jewish state to maintain "proportion" in its actions.

Finnish foreign minister Alexander Stubb, said: "Finland condemns the escalation of violence in Gaza and urges the parties to calm down the situation. Finland is particularly worried about the rapid deterioration of the civilian living conditions in Gaza.

"The Israeli air strikes have demanded a disproportionate amount of civilian victims and they must end immediately," he added. "Simultaneously Hamas and other extremist groups must immediately cease their rocket attacks. The parties must reinstate the truce without delay."
Meanwhile, having spoken to his counterparts across Europe, French foreign minister Bernard Kouchner said: " Europe has a role to play," to de-escalate the violence, noting that the assault on Gaza has occurred while there is both a "vacancy of power in Israel and the US."

Israel is heading into general elections, while the US awaits the inauguration of president-elect Barack Obama.

Mr Kouchner spoke to Egyptian foreign minister Ahmed Abul Gheit on Saturday (27 December). The French foreign minister hopes to encourage Cairo in its attempts to relaunch the peace process between the two belligerents.

"The Egyptians are capable of restarting the peace process, we must help them," said the French minister.

In June, Egypt managed to broker a six-month ceasefire between Hamas and Israel. Israel however resumed its blockade of the Gaza Strip.

According to the United Nations, as a result of the blockade, Gazans receive running water once every five to seven days and food supplies are dangerously low. UN operations in Gaza ran out of food two weeks ago for the first time in 60 years, according to the Times of London, which also reports that families are eating wild grass for nourishment.

Protests
The president of the European Parliament, Hans-Gert Poettering, also condemned both sides, but underscored that the "massive Israeli reaction which killed more than 270 people and injured hundreds, is an escalation that is totally disproportionate."

"A life of a Palestinian has the same value as the life of an Israeli," he said.

Protests against the Israeli attacks have kicked off across Europe, with thousands demonstrating in London, Paris, Madrid and elsewhere.

Large rallies also took place in Turkey, a candidate for EU membership. Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Saturday called Israel's actions a "crime against humanity."

KURDMEN PLATE PARTIES AND THEIR PLANS TO PREVENT TURKMEN UNITY

KURDMEN PLATE PARTIES AND
THEIR PLANS TO PREVENT TURKMEN UNITY…


By/ Halil DEMİRCİ

Since the day Turkmen took active part in the political arena of Iraq there were elements that were uncomfortable with their political existence and unity. Those primary elements are Democratic Party of Kurdistan and Patriotic Union of Kurdistan. The efforts to stand ahead of, slow down the development of and stop the Turkmen political movement has shown itself from the first recovery days of Iraqi opposition.

The plans to prevent the Turkmen unity have been continuing in the “secure zone” established in the Northern Iraq during the Saddam regime before the invasion and in the whole of Iraq after the invasion. “Divide Conquer” policy imposed upon the Turkmen by the Saddam government was sometimes carried out in cooperation with these two Kurdish parties. The tactics to create suspicion, disorder and disturbance among the Turkmen Brotherhood Society, which was active in Baghdad, once upon a time, was imposed upon Turkmen by various methods in Northern Iraq in 1990’s.

Two Kurdish parties, primarily Democratic Party of Kurdistan, put all their efforts to prevent the functioning of political movements which originates from the heart of the Turkmen community and never contradict with the unity and the integrity of Iraq. Despite all these, Turkmen political movement came a long way.

Democratic Party of Kurdistan, which was uncomfortable with the Turkmen political movement in Northern Iraq in 1990’s, came into terms with Saddam and invited Iraqi army an intelligence units to Irbil. Turkmen and Iraqi National Turkmen Party, which is the leading Turkmen political movement, had a severe blow in this operation.

When Democratic Party of Kurdistan saw that this grand operation did not intimidate Turkmen, it started to use another tactic. They gave financial support to some people, who were not respected within the Turkmen community and who were not Turkmen originally, to establish a plate party. By supporting these parties in various ways they put these parties on the fore and showed them as the representatives of the Turkmen. Therefore, in a short period some so-called parties, which did not have a base, were established. The following parties were: Turkmen Brotherhood Party, Iraqi Turkmen Unity Party, Turkmen People Salvation Party, Kurdistan Democratic Turkmen Party, Kurdistan Turkmen Democratic Movement, Kurdistan Region Turkmen Change Movement and Turkmen Rise Party.

The instructions given to the founders of these parties were to prevent the unity of parties and institutions most of which are under the roof of Iraqi Turkmen Front and still continue the Turkmen political movement. Democratic Party of Kurdistan continued to give various political supports to these rented parties.

Lately, Democratic Party of Kurdistan called upon these rented Kurdmen to take action prior to the City Council Elections and to gain a base in Kirkuk and other Turkmen regions under the direction and information of regional president Masud Barzani. They said they are ready to give any kind of assistance while requesting to prepare for the establishment of a new front against the Iraqi Turkmen Front.

Therefore, all Iraqis should know that these Kurdmen Plate Parties, which lack the Turkmen base, do not represent the Turkmen people in any way. It should be very well known that, the star of these traitors will rise for just some time. " Indeed, morning is their appointed time. Is not the morning near? "(Sura Hud -81)

http://www.turkmen.nl/1A_Others/HD4.08.doc

Civilians continue to be killed in Iraq

Baghdad bombing suggests that security gains are fragile
By Laith Hammoudi and Leila Fadel McClatchy Newspapers


BAGHDAD _ A car bomb ripped through a historic Shiite Muslim district of Baghdad Saturday, killing at least 24 people and wounding at least 46, Iraqi police said. The U.S. military put the death toll at 18.

The bombing in Kadhimiyah, a holy area for Shiite Muslims and the home to the tombs of two Imams, or spiritual leaders, underscores fear that the security gains of the past year are fragile and easily reversible, even in the country’s capital.

Only a month ago, the bridge between Kadhimiyah and the Sunni neighborhood Adhamiyah was a scene of joy. In a sign that the worst had passed, the bridge between the Sunni and Shiite neighborhoods, which had been closed for years, was reopened.

Earlier this month, more than 55 people were killed in a bombing at a restaurant near the oil-rich northern city of Kirkuk where Kurds, Sunni Arabs and Turkmen are vying for control. The bombing on Saturday was the largest in Baghdad since Nov. 10, when three bombs killed 28 and injured 68 in the Sunni neighborhood of Adhamiyah.

At about noon on Saturday, a car detonated near buses that were picking up and dropping off visitors on their way to the Shiite shrine. A ball of fire erupted in the crowd.

At the Kadhimiyah hospital, where 22 bodies were taken and more than 40 of the wounded were brought, hospital officials hurried to treat victims.

Mahmoud Talib, 43, a vendor in the bustling marketplace in the Shiite district remembers only a loud boom and a ball of fire that knocked him down as he spoke to his son. When he awoke, he was in the hospital.

"I saw a big ball of flame coming towards me, and I couldn’t see or remember anything," he said. "I found that my face was burned and my body was burned."

A man and his fiancee died in the bombing. They’d gone to Kadhimiyah, which is known for its vast silver and gold shops, to pick out a jewelry set from the groom’s family to the bride according to Arab tradition. The man went with his mother, his future mother-in-law, his brother and his soon-to-be wife, but the couple never bought the jewelry and never took their vows. The bombing killed all of them.

Guards searched ambulances for explosives before letting them transport the wounded to the emergency room, and other vehicles were banned from approaching the hospital. By 7 p.m., more than 20 people were still in critical condition in the hospital, a nurse said.

Soon after the bombing, family members began to arrive and run to the morgue to search for their loved ones among the dead. The wounded screamed in pain, and those who grieved wailed.
"Why God?” one woman said. "God, why my son?"

http://www.mcclatchydc.com/251/story/58590.html
Hammoudi is a McClatchy special correspondent.

dimanche 28 décembre 2008

COLD BLOODED MASSACRE IN GAZA

By Carlos Latuff


GENOCIDE OF THE PALESTINIAN PEOPLE WITNESSED BY THE SILENT WORLD !

U.S. FORCES TERRORIZING TURKMENS IN IRAQ

URGENT APPEAL FROM THE TURKMENS OF IRAQ TO IRAQI PRIME MINISTER NURI AL-MALIKI, TURKISH PRESIDENT ABDULLAH GUL, JOURNALIST UNIONS AND ALL HUMAN RIGHTS ORGANIZATIONS.

TURKMENS TERRORIZED BY THE US FORCES

Mr. Falah Hassan Younis is a Turkmen citizen and a member of the Iraqi Turkmen Advisory Council in Kerkuk who works as a Director of the sub district of Alaiyaziya which is a link to the Turkmen district of Telafer. Currently he is in charge of the district in the absence of its councillor.

On the 25th of December 2008 Mr. Falah Hassan Younis was summoned by the American forces for a meeting and Mr. Falah Hassan was obliged to attend at the request of the American forces. He attended the meeting with the US forces while he was accompanied by his bodyguards.

During the meeting with the American counterpart his body guards were disarmed by the American forces as this was backed up by the Iraqi Turkmen Front representative in the Turkmen District of Telafer Mr. Nabil Harbu.

Mr.Falah Hassan Younis and his body guards were physically abused and beaten badly by the US forces.

Mr.Falah Hassan Younis and one of his body guards were detained by the US forces whereas the remaining body guards were released. Then both the body guards were handed over to the Iraqi forces in the city of Mosul. As the election approaches in Iraq, they would like to silence the voice of the Turkmen; various steps have been taken by Kurdish parties and American forces to do this.

However, the Turkmen, Arabs, and Chaldo Assyrians had high expectations of the interim administration established after April 9, 2003. The Turkmen expected to see democracy, fairness, an end to discrimination, the right to self-determination and an end to violence.
Unfortunately, the opposite has occurred regarding the human rights situation in Iraq, in particular concerning the Iraqi Turkmen. The Turkmen have been subject to campaigns by the Kurds and the American in Turkmeneli in an often more brutal fashion than carried out on Kurds by Saddam Hussein.

The arbitrary arrests of the Turkmen citizen Mr. Falah Hassan Younis by US force is a clear violation of human rights. They are still detained and being imprisoned by the Iraqi forces and no one knows where they are imprisoned. The most striking thing is that, the detainees have not been given any reason for their arrest and have not been given access for a lawyer.

Turkmen of Iraq call upon the Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri AlMaliki, Turkish President Abdullah Gul, Journalists Union, all Iraqi and international organizations defending the human rights and freedom to move immediately to the authorities of the Iraqi government at the highest levels for the protection of the Turkmen, Arabs and Assyrian from the Kurdish and American oppression that are carried out under the pretext of fighting of the terrors.


Mofak Salman
Turkmeneli Party Representative for Both Ireland and United Kingdom

samedi 27 décembre 2008

Irak Türkmen Cephesine mensup bildiriyi yalanlıyoruz


Irak Türkmen Cephesi'nin enformasyon dairesi (Hawlir) gazete'sinin bu ayın 24'unde yayınlanan 434 sayısında sayın Dr.Sadettin Ergeç'e mensup demecini yalanlıtor,gazete'de şöyle denilmiş :Cephe sayın Masud Barzani ile gelecek haftada görüşecektir.aynı demeci (Rozname) gazetesi'de bu ayın 25'nde çıkan 371 sayısında tekrarlamıştır.yurt dışında bir ziyaret'te bulunan sayın Dr.Sadettin Ergeç kendisi Hawlir gazetesine böyle bir demecte bulunmadığını söyledi,Hawlir gazetesinin muhabiri Tanya Kurdi söylediğine göre Ergeç hawlir gazetesi ile bir görüşmede demecini vermiştir.
Yine ITC enformasyon dairesi (kurdistan raport) gazetesinde ITC'nin resmi adıyla konuşan sayın Ali Haşim Muhtar oğluna mensup(ITC koşulsuz sayın masud barzani ile görüşmeye hazırdır)yazılanları yalanladı.sayın Muhtar Oğlu aynı gazeteye şöyle demeştir : ITC barzani'den bir ziyaret davetini kabul edecektir ama görüşmek başlayınca ITC'nin kırmızı çizgilerini geçmemek şartıyla,sayın Muhtar oğlu söyledikleri gazete tarafından tamam'en yanlış yönlendirilmiştir.
ITC yanlızca bir ziyaret davetini kabul edecektir,ama siyasi görüşme için ITC'nin şartları vardır,bunlardan: anayasal ve kanun'en bitmiş140 madeye hiç dayanmamak,Erbil'de 2005 nisan ayında ITC'nin el konulan tüm malarını geri vermek, Erbil'de ITC'nin büro'sunu yeniden açmak ve yeniden bayrağını gönderde görmek ve yıllardan beri Erbil'de ve hiç bir kanuna dayılı olmayan tutuklu Emir İzzet'i serbest bırakmak.
ITC sayın cumhur başkanı Talabani'ye bu şartları bildirmiştir ve kendisi bu iki meseleyi çözeceğine söz verdi ama kendisi bu iki meselenin çözümü zaman'a ihtiyacı vardır,ITC'nin bildirisi bu söz vermeye işaret etmiştir, sayın Talabani ile ayın 12'sinde görüştüğünden sonra .
Enformasyon dairesi şunu bildirmek istiyor :hiç bir kişi'nin ITC'nin yerine konuşma yetgisi yoktur ve resmi görüşü ancak kendi resmi sözcüsü sayın Ali Haşim Muhtar Oğlu ve bizim daire tarfından belirlenir.
Eenformasyon Ddairesi

Golden Madoff, by Khalil Bendib


Top Ten Myths about Iraq, 2008

by Juan Cole

1. Iraqis are safer because of Bush's War.
In fact, conditions of insecurity have helped created both an internal and external refugee problem:
' At least 4.2 million Iraqis were displaced. These included 2.2 million who were displaced within Iraq and some 2 million refugees, mostly in Syria (around 1.4 million) and Jordan (around half a million). In the last months of the year both these neighbouring states, struggling to meet the health, education and other needs of the Iraqi refugees already present, introduced visa requirements that impeded the entry of Iraqis seeking refuge. Within Iraq, most governorates barred entry to Iraqis fleeing sectarian violence elsewhere.'

2. Large numbers of Iraqis in exile abroad have returned.
In fact, no great number have returned, and more Iraqis may still be leaving to Syria than returning.

3. Iraqis are materially better off because of Bush's war.
In fact, A million Iraqis are "food insecure" and another 6 million need UN food rations to survive. Oxfam estimated in summer, 2007, that 28% of Iraqi children are malnourished.

4. The Bush administration scored a major victory with its Status of Forces Agreement.
In fact, The Iraqis forced on Bush an agreement that the US would withdraw combat troops from Iraqi cities by July, 2009,and would completely withdraw from the Country by the end of 2011. The Bush administration had wanted 58 long-term bases, and the authority to arrest Iraqis at will and to launch military operations unilaterally.

5. Minorities in Iraq are safer since Bush's invasion.
In fact, there have in 2008 been significant attacks on and displacement of Iraqi Christians from Mosul. In early January of 2008, guerrillas bombed churches in Mosul, wounding a number of persons. More recently, some 13,000 Christians have had to flee Mosul because of violence.

6. The sole explanation for the fall in the monthly death rate for Iraqi civilians was the troop excalation or surge of 30,000 extra US troops in 2007.
In fact, troop levels had been that high before without major effect. The US military did good counter-insurgency in 2007. The major reason for the fall in the death toll, however, was that the Shiites won the war for Baghdad, ethnically cleansing hundreds of thousands of Sunnis from the capital, and turning it into a city with a Shiite majority of 75 to 80 percent. (When Bush invaded, Baghdad was about 50/50 Sunni and Shiite). The high death tolls in 2006 and 2007 were a by-product of this massive ethnic cleansing campaign. Now, a Shiite militiaman in Baghdad would have to drive for a while to find a Sunni Arab to kill.

7. John McCain alleged that if the US left Iraq, it would be promptly taken over by al-Qaeda.
In fact, there are few followers of Usamah Bin Laden in Iraq. The fundamentalist extremists, if that is what McCain meant, are not supported by most Sunni Arabs. They are supported by no Shiites (60% of Iraq) or Kurds (20% of Iraq), and are hated by Iran, Syria, Turkey, and Jordan, who would never allow such a takeover.

8. The Iraq War made the world safer from terrorism.
In fact, Iraq has become a major training ground for extremists and is implicated in the major bombings in Madrid, London, and Glasgow.

9. Bush went to war in Iraq because he was given bad intelligence about Saddam Hussein's weapons of mass destruction capabilities.
In fact, the State Department's Intelligence & Research (I & R) division cast doubt on the alarmist WMD stories that Bush/Cheney put about. The CIA refused to sign off on the inclusion of the Niger uranium lie in the State of the Union address, which made Bush source it to the British MI6 instead. The Downing Street Memo revealed that Bush fixed the intelligence around the policy. Bush sought to get up a provocation such as a false flag attack on UN planes so as to blame it on Iraq. And UN weapons inspectors in Feb.-Mar. of 2003 examined 100 of 600 suspected weapons sites and found nothing; Bush's response was to pull them out and go to war.

10. Douglas Feith and other Neoconservatives didn't really want a war with Iraq (!).
Yeah, that was why they demanded war on Iraq with their 1996 white paper for Bibi Netanyahu and again in their 1998 Project for a New American Century letter to Clinton, where they explicitly called for military action. The Neoconservatives are notorious liars and by the time they get through with rewriting history, they will be a combination of Gandhi and Mother Teresa and the Iraq War will be Bill Clinton's fault. The only thing is, I think people are wise to them by now. Being a liar can actually get you somewhere. Being a notorious liar is a disadvantage if what you want to is get people to listen to you and act on your advice. I say, Never AGain.

See also my article in The Nation, "Iraq: The Necessary Withdrawal," and this piece in the Toronto Star.

vendredi 26 décembre 2008

نفي تصريحات تم تنسيبها الى الجبهة التركمانية العراقية

الدائرة الاعلامية
الجبهة التركمانية العراقية
العدد: 89
التاريخ:26/12/2008

نفي تصريحات تم تنسيبها الى الجبهة التركمانية العراقية

تنفي دائرتنا ما نقلته جريدة (هولير) في عددها 434 و الصادر يوم 24 من الشهر الجاري نقلا عن الدكتور سعد الدين آركيج، رئيس الجبهة التركمانية العراقية قوله بأن الجبهة ستلتقي بالسيد مسعود البرزاني في الاسبوع المقبل، و هو التصريح الذي اعادت جريدة (روزنامة) نشره في عددها 371 في 25 من الشهر الجاري. و اكد الدكتور آركيج الذي يقوم بزيارة خارج القطر بأنه لم يصرح لجريدة هولير التي اكدت و من خلال مندوبتها تانيا كردي بأن آركيج قام بالتصريح في لقاء مع الجريدة المذكورة
و تنفي دائرتنا ايضا ما نشرته جريدة (كردستان رابورت) نقلا عن المتحدث الرسمي باسم الجبهة التركمانية العراقية على هاشم مختار اوغلو، بأن الجبهة مستعدة للتفاوض مع السيد مسعود البرزاني دون شروط مسبقة. و كان مختار اوغلو قد صرح للجريدة المذكورة قائلا بأن الجبهة ستقبل دعوة زيارة من البرزاني، و لكن هناك خطوطا حمراء لا تتجاوزها الجبهة في حال الدخول بالتفاوض. و اكد مختار اوغلو بان الجريدة قد قامت بتحريف تصريحه تماما. و تؤكد الجبهة التركمانية العراقية بأنها ستقبل دعوة للزيارة فقط، و لكن هناك شروط للتفاوض و منها عدم الاستناد الى المادة 140 التي انتهت دستوريا و قانونيا اعادة ممتلكات الجبهة التركمانية العراقية و التي تم الاستيلاء عليها في اربيل في نيسان 2005، و ان يتم افتتاح مقرها في اربيل و ان يتم رفع علمها و اطلاق سراح امير عزت المعتقل في اربيل منذ سنوات دون أي مسوغ قانوني. و كانت الجبهة التركمانية قد اكدت لفخامة رئيس الجمهورية جلال الطالباني هذه الشروط ايضا، و الذي وعد بحل القضيتين، مضيفا بأنهما تحتاجان الى الوقت. و كان بيان الجبهة التركمانية العراقية قد اشار الى هذا الوعد بعد لقائها بفخامة الرئيس جلال الطالباني في 12 من الشهر الجاري
و تؤكد دائرتنا بأن لا يحق لأي شخص بالتحدث نيابة عن الجبهة التركمانية العراقية، و ان موقفها الرسمي يأتي من خلال الناطق الرسمي باسمها علي هاشم مختار اوغلو او من خلال دائرتنا

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العنوان: كركوك- طريق بغداد- قرب بناية المحافظة
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jeudi 25 décembre 2008

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اصدرت المجموعة التركمانية في مجلس محافظة كركوك ايضاحا حول تصريح السيد علي مهدي، عضو المجموعة، عن التعاون مع حكومة الأقليم، و كان مهدي قد صرح قائلا " و نحن كمجموعة تركمانية"، بينما يشير ايضاح المجموعة التركمانية بأن مهدي في تصريحه لا يمثل الا نفسه. و جاء في الايضاح
أيضاح

في الوقت الذي نتفق فيه تماما على مبدأ التعاون بين مختلف الاطراف لأجل الوصول الى الخدمة القصوى لمحافظة كركوك....الا ان التعاون لابد ان يكون وفق اسس ثابتة ومهنية ومن دون التأثير على طبييعة محافظة كركوك عامة ومدينة كركوك خاصة ومن دون ان يكون هناك اي غرض اخر خلف الستائر تحت مسمى التعاون
ومن هذا المنطلق فأن تصريح السيد علي مهدي ،عضو مجلس محافظة كركوك- المجموعة التركمانية، والمنشور في موقع اعلام حزب الاتحاد الوطني الكردستاني_لتأريخ 23\12\2008 حول كيفية التعاون واخذ المساعدة اثناء لقاءه مع السيد عمر فتاح نائب رئيس حكومة الاقليم وكما ورد "بدوره قال علي مهدي عضو مجلس محافظة كركوك عن قائمة جبهة تركمان العراق بان المجموعة التركمانية في المجلس ترغب في الاستفادة من دعم ومساعدة كافة الأطراف ومنها إقليم كوردستان شرط أن يكون توزيع تلك المساعدات بشكل متوازن وعن طريق الحكومة المحلية والمجلس، حيث قال "نحن نرغب في تقديم الخدمات لأبناء كركوك من قبل إقليم كوردستان ونحن كمجموعة تركمانية قررنا اعتبارا من هذا اليوم التعاون مع أية جهة كانت من اجل خدمة أهالي كركوك." نؤكد بأن هذا التصريح لايمثل رأي المجموعة التركمانية في مجلس محافظة كركوك وانما يعبر عن وجهة نظره الشخصية فقط
التصريح على الرابط
http://www.pukmedia.com/News/23-12-2008/news44.html

المجموعة التركمانية
مجلس محافظة كركوك

mercredi 24 décembre 2008

Drug Smuggling as main financial source of PKK Terrorism

BY SEDAT LACINER

Please click on:

http://turkmenelinews.blogspot.com/2008/12/drug-smuggling-as-main-financial-source.html

SEASON'S GREETINGS - MEILLEURS VOEUX

Picasso: Colombe de la Paix


A VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL,
AND TO ALL A SEASON OF HOPE, PEACE, LOVE AND HAPPINESS.

QUE NOËL SOIT PAIX, ESPOIR ET BONHEUR

JOYEUX NOEL,
FROHE WEIHNACHTEN,
BUON NATALE,
FELIZ NAVIDAD,
VROLIJK KERSTFEEST,
WESOLYCH SWIAT,
FELIZ NATAL,
CRACIUN FERICIT,
VESELE VANOCE




mardi 23 décembre 2008

Letter to the President of the Iraqi Red Crescent

To: Dr. Said I. HAKKI, President of the Iraqi Red Crescent
cc: Dr. Jamal Nassir AL KARBOULI, Vice-President
Mr. Mazin A. SALLOUM, Secretary General
Mr. Obaid Ameen AHMED, Head of International Department

E-Mail: info@iraqirc.org


Dear Dr. Said Al-Hakki,

I am astonished to see that the three languages which are mentioned and used on Iraqi Red Crescent website http://www.iraqredcrescent.org/index.php are “ARABIC, KURDISH and FARSI”, because as far as I know, the three main languages of Iraq are: ARABIC, KURDISH AND TURKISH.

As you claim that IRC is working across all 18 provinces of Iraq it is surprising that you omit to mention the TURKISH language, given that Turkmens constitute Iraq’s third main ethnic community (representing 12% of the Iraqi population), while you mention FARSI, a language which is spoken in Iran.

If the IRAQI Red Crescent’s mission and duty is to help all Iraqis, surely this must be reflected on IRC website where, for the sake of fairness and justice, TURKISH, the language of your Turkmen compatriots, should be used as commonly as ARABIC and KURDISH.

Yours truly,

Merry Fitzgerald
Committee for the Defence of the Iraqi Turkmens’ Rights

lundi 22 décembre 2008

Montather's Brother meets him

Posted by Raed Jarrar
http://raedinthemiddle.blogspot.com/


from Al-Baghdadia's website:
(rough translation)

Uday Al-Zeidi, the older brother of the Al-Baghdadia's correspondent who was detained a week ago, met with Montather today. Montather told his brother that after the incident, he was beaten and kicked by the Iraqi security forces until he fainted.

Uday told Al-Baghdadia channel during an exclusive interview this morning that the Iraqi justice system allowed him to meet his brother for more than an hour and a quarter. He confirmed that Montather told him that he was tortured with electric shock after being stripped naked, and that he was continuously humiliated and tortured throughout the period of detention, and that he had bruises all over his face and body, and that members of the Iraqi security forces disfigured his face through beatings and cigarette burns.

Montather also told his brother Uday that confessions were extracted from him by force, and that he would like to bring a lawsuit against everyone who participated in his torture. Montather told Uday that he did what he did for all the Iraqi orphans, widows, children and for all the Iraqi people who where wronged. Montather said that if he could go back in time he would still do what he did to Bush again.

Montather confirmed that he does not belong to any political parties, and that no insult was intended toward the Iraqi PM Al-Maliki. Al-Zaidi's brother speculated that the reason behind denying his family access to Montather during the past days was because the authorities were trying to hide what has happened to Montather because of torture.

Finally, Uday Al-Ziedi demanded a fair neutral medical evaluation of Montather's health in detention. (end translation)I contacted the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) to ask them for a make a site visit to evaluate Montather Al-Zeidi's health.

Here is the email i've sent:

Dear Mr Hisham Hassan and Ms. Dorothea Krimitsas

I am writing you to inquire about the possibility of you conducting a site visit and meet with Mr. Montather Al-Zeidi, the Iraqi Journalist who tossed his shoes at president Bush last week. Mr. Al-Zeidi has been detained for over a week now, and has been denied access to his lawyers or family members.

Today, Mr. Uday Al-Zeidi (Montather's brother) visited him at jail then reported to a number of Iraqi and Arab media that Mr. Montather Al-Ziedi was "tortured with electric shock after being stripped naked", and that he had "bruises all over his face and body", and members of the Iraqi security forces have "disfigured his face through beatings and cigarette burns".

Montather also told his brother Uday that "confessions were extracted from him by force".Mr. Al-Zeidi's family are requesting a "neutral medical evaluation" of his health, and it'll be great if the ICRC can step in and request a site visit.

best
Raed Jarrar


You can contact Mr Hisham Hassan at iraq.iqs@icrc.org and Ms. Dorothea Krimitsas at dkrimitsas.gva@icrc.org

'Bagdad Clogger' suffered brutal beating after arrest

Muntazer al-Zaidi has not been seen in public since he hurled his shoes at President George Bush. In Baghdad, Afif Sarhan talks to witnesses who claim that a series of savage attacks left him with a broken rib and serious damage to his eye

Afif Sarhan
The Observer, Sunday 21 December 2008
http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2008/dec/21/iraq-journalist-shoe

The Iraqi journalist who hurled his shoes at President George Bush was viciously beaten after being taken into custody, according to a police officer who accompanied him to prison.

Wrestled to the ground and then buried under a frantic mound of security officers, Muntazer al-Zaidi was last seen being dragged into detention. Controversy has since raged over what treatment was meted out to the man hailed a hero in many parts of the Arab and Muslim world for his protest against the invasion of Iraq. Yesterday there were further demonstrations in the Middle East calling for his immediate release.

Witnesses to his arrest and imprisonment have told the Observer Zaidi was badly beaten, during and after his arrest last Sunday, and that he risks losing the sight in one of his eyes as a result.
He is expected to be charged with insulting a foreign leader, which carries a prison sentence of up to two years. His family have received offers from hundreds of lawyers across the region willing to represent him.

An Iraqi judge appointed to investigate his treatment, and who has seen him in his prison cell, said Zaidi has bruises on his face and around his eyes. These, said the judge, had been sustained during his arrest at the Baghdad news conference during which Zaidi threw both his shoes at Bush, shouting: "This is the farewell kiss, you dog."

His family, who have been denied access to him, have claimed he suffered far more extensive injuries and was subjected to a prolonged and vicious beating, suffering a broken arm, broken ribs and internal bleeding. The allegations appear to be borne out by those who have seen him since his arrest.

One police officer, who accompanied him to prison, said the journalist, a Baghdad correspondent for the Cairo-based Al-Baghdadia TV, had been subjected to violence throughout the journey. The officer, who asked not to be named, said he witnessed security forces beating Zaidi in the car with such force that his ribs were broken. "I felt sorry when I saw them beating him. His mouth was badly injured and he did not utter a single word throughout until one of the guards hit him in his left eye with a gun. Then he cried out that he couldn't see, and I saw blood inside his eye. I am a police officer but even I have to say I felt proud of what he did."

A doctor called to examine Zaidi said his right arm had been broken and he had haematomas - indicative of internal bleeding - all over his body, particularly on his left leg, shoulders, face and head. The doctor, who also asked to remain anonymous, said specialists called in to treat him warned security guards that they must make sure his eye was protected for fear of a further haemorrhage which could cause him to lose his sight.

Zaidi's family allege that it is because of the severe nature of his injuries that he has not been called before a public court. As calls for his release were continuing, details of how he planned his extraordinary protest have begun to emerge.

Born into a traditional Shia family, Zaidi made no secret of the fact he was vehemently against the US-led occupation of Iraq and, according to family and friends, had said many times he would like revenge on Bush. A younger brother, Haythem, said Zaidi had unexpectedly found himself called on to cover the press conference held by Bush and Iraqi prime minister Nouri al-Maliki. His first action, it seems, was to return home immediately to change his foreign-made shoes into Iraqi-made ones.

A colleague at the TV station said Zaidi mentioned just before going home that "if something had to be done, it had to be 100 per cent Iraqi".

"Muntazer had repeated many times that if he had the chance, he would take revenge against the US president," said the colleague. "He held him responsible for the deterioration of the conditions we were living in. He just didn't have the chance before, and being asked to cover the conference was an opportunity for him. I am proud of him because he did what all of us have dreamed of doing, but were too scared to do."

Yet there is some confusion over whether the world's most famous shoes were indeed Iraqi. While another brother, Durgham, has insisted they were from the Baghdad factory of Iraqi shoemaker Alaa Haddad, cobblers from Turkey, Lebanon and even China - where most of Iraq's shoes are produced - have lodged rival claims.

Istanbul producer Ramazan Baydan insists the brown thick-soled shoes are his and currently known as Model 271 but soon to be renamed the Bush Shoe, or the Bye-Bye-Bush Shoe. He has hired an agency to promote them, claims to have taken 300,000 orders since the protest and plans to employ 100 extra staff to meet demand.

The originals, however, have been destroyed by investigators trying to determine whether they had contained explosives, which may come as a blow to Zaidi when he learns that Saudi Arabian Mohamed Makhafa had, reportedly, offered $10m for his 'shoes of dignity' and their 'high moral value'.

Friends of Zaidi speak of a dedicated journalist who lives in a small flat filled with books, many of them religious, and who was deeply interested in humanitarian issues. His political beliefs, however, remain unclear.

One colleague alleged he had been a Baathist under Saddam Hussein's rule and after the US-led invasion turned into a defender of religious cleric Muqtada al-Sadr's ideals. "I know people are seeing him as a hero, but he would do anything to become famous," said the colleague. "He said many times that he would like to become president of Iraq." Others, however, vehemently disagree with these claims.

Ahmed Ayssam, who graduated with him at the Communication College in Baghdad, described him as hard working and preferring to spend time with his books and family rather than going out. "He wanted to make a difference since he was a student, and he did it,' said Ayssam. "He is an example of faith and strength. He is a loyal friend, a hard worker, and if the Iraqi government allows it, a brilliant journalist without limits."

Zaidi, according to the prime minister's spokesman, has since written a letter begging for a pardon and regretting his "ugly act". His family are sceptical about this, believing it either to have been written under duress, or to be a straightforward fake. "I am suspicious ... because I know my brother," said Durgham.

The family believe his actions may have placed both them and himself in danger and claim to have received threatening calls. "There are thousands of supporters out there who applaud what he did, but there are also thousands that regret his actions and it has put his life in danger," said another brother.

"I am worried this has become dangerous for him, and about how long he will be alive for when he comes out of prison. It is a very delicate situation. I believe we will have to fight to stop him becoming a martyr."

samedi 20 décembre 2008

Falling oil prices shatter Iraqi budget forecasts

http://www.wsws.org/articles/2008/dec2008/iraq-d20.shtml
By James Cogan
20 December 2008

The fall in world oil prices is slashing the revenues of the US-backed regime in Iraq, forcing it to drastically reduce its projected budget for 2009. Deputy Prime Minister Barham Saleh told a recent conference in London: "The decline in oil prices has serious implications on the Iraqi economy."

As much as 90 percent of the Iraqi government budget is derived from oil revenues—despite more than five years of so-called "reconstruction" and the expenditure of tens of billions of dollars in US and Iraqi funds. Outside of employment in the military, the police and other security-related occupations and the salaries paid in the nepotistic and corrupt state apparatus, little in the way of economic activity has developed under US military occupation.

Dependence on oil sales has made Iraq extremely vulnerable to the rapid shift in global demand that has followed the worst economic contraction since the 1930s Depression. Not only has the price of oil collapsed from $US140 a barrel to a range between $40 and $50, but overall Iraqi oil exports have fallen by 25 percent from a post-invasion peak of some 2 million barrels a day to just 1.65 million barrels.

Former oil minister Baham al-Uloom told the Iraqi news agency Azzaman: "This represents a big challenge to the government. The 2009 budget has been based on the assumption of exporting 2 million barrels a day and an estimated price of not less than $80 for a barrel."
The exponential rise in oil prices from 2006 to the first half of 2008 delivered unexpected revenues. Iraq registered a budget surplus of some $29 billion between 2005 and 2007 and, as recently as August, the US Government Accountability Office (GAO) was issuing excited memorandums that the 2008 surplus could be as high as $50 billion.

Such projections were decidedly premature.

Most of this year's surplus of some $22 billion was spent in a June supplementary budget that handed over $14.3 billion in "operational expenses" to various federal departments, provincial governments and city councils, in payment for services rendered to the US occupation. The forecasts for the 2009 budget are now being drastically reduced. On estimates of an oil price of about $70 a barrel, the surplus had already been slashed in November from $80 billion to $67 billion. If current prices persist, the actual figure will be less than $50 billion.

Finance minister Baqir Jabr al-Zubeidi has already raised the prospect of Iraq having to seek international loans to finance government spending. At the same time, public sector wage rises have been put on hold and government departments have been instructed to slash expenditure.
The implications of the budget crisis for the mass of the Iraqi people are immense. It virtually guarantees that resources will not be made available to improve the nightmarish conditions of life that they endure.

It is estimated that returning Iraq to the relatively developed state it had reached before being virtually destroyed by two US wars and punitive sanctions would require at least $400 billion to repair, replace or modernise destroyed or damaged infrastructure.

The "reconstruction" undertaken under the US occupation has utterly failed to address the situation. A draft congressional report alleges that a considerable proportion of the $117 billion spent by the US military and Iraqi government since 2003 was squandered on ill-conceived projects or disappeared due to waste and corruption. Most of the spending was directed toward the Iraqi military and police or other security related projects, not improving the lot of the population.

No area of the country—including the autonomous Kurdish region in the north—provides continuous electricity to the population. The average power supply ranges from 14 hours per day to less than 8 hours in working class districts of Baghdad and several southern provinces.
The sewerage system in most cities is dysfunctional. Baghdad's was built to cater for a population of just 750,000, not the five million inhabitants now crowded into the city.

Raw effluent flows in the streets.

A councillor in the suburb of Sadr City told Bloomberg last month: "Getting rid of this waste has become a dream. I fear that when I die, I will be buried in it." Garbage collection is also substandard, with piles of rubbish left uncollected for days or weeks.

The water system is a disaster.

The Iraqi health ministry estimates that a third of the water used by the population of Baghdad is unfit for human consumption. Nationally, 17 percent of the water supply is contaminated. A spokesman for the Baghdad water directorate told the United Nations IRIN agency: "Our water pipes are over 30 years old and that is the main reason for contamination as the water gets mixed with either sewage or underground water."

The health system is dysfunctional due to lack of investment and chronic staff shortages. Mental health services barely exist—in a war-ravaged country where a survey last year found that 70 percent of primary school age children showed signs of psychological trauma, such as bed-wetting, stuttering, voluntary muteness, poor academic performance or aggressive behaviour.
The staggering infrastructure problems that the Iraqi people face in their day-to-day lives aggravate the misery produced by the lack of jobs and grinding poverty.

Close to six years after the invasion, official unemployment is estimated to be at least 17.6 percent and underemployment as high as 38.1 percent. Some 70 percent of families subsist on less than $210 a month. With the average family consisting of 6 to 10 people, that breaks down to an average income of less than $1 per day for close to 17 million Iraqis.

At least 6.2 million people depend upon the state-funded Public Distribution System (PDS) to avoid starvation. Radically cut back earlier this year, the scheme only supplies eligible families with 9 kilograms of flour, 3 kg of rice, 2 kg of sugar, 1 litre of cooking oil and 250 grams of milk powder, per family member, per month.

The most destitute Iraqis have been reduced to scavenging through garbage dumps, particularly those used by nearby US military bases, in search of discarded food or items that can be sold. Saad, a 14-year-old boy rummaging through waste on the outskirts of Najaf, told Asharq Alawsat last month: "My friends here cannot read or write and their sole concern is how they will get hold of some food for the day. Our work begins at dawn and ends at sunset. At lunchtime we always think about the way we are living our lives and why we cannot be like other young people..."

The combined effect of war, malnutrition, preventable disease and lack of medical care has caused Iraqi life expectancy to slide from 66.5 years in 1990 to 59 for women and 57 for men. Infant mortality has soared from less than 50 per 1,000 births to 120. A quarter of all children have suffered stunted growth due to malnutrition.

These grim statistics will only worsen as the cash-strapped Iraqi government cuts into social programs like the PDS and turns a blind eye to the infrastructure crisis.

vendredi 19 décembre 2008

ITC Di Mistura’nın Kerkük Ziyareti ile İlgili Bir Açıklama Yayınladı




B.M. Irak temsilcisi Mr. Di Mistura’nın Kerkük ziyareti , Irak Türkmen Cephesi olarak Türkmen halkı adına çok olumlu ve bir adım yapıcı olduğunu görüp inanmaktayız , bizim açımızdan çok önemlidir çünkü artık her şeyi ve olan bitenleri dinliyerek , raporlara dayanarak değil gözleri ile görmeleri , dinlemeleri ve gerçeklere vakıf olmalarını sağlar . inanırız Kerkük meselesi ve Irak’ın varlığını ilgilendiren anlaşmasızlık bölgeleri hakkında tarafsız ve hakkani bir şekilde yaklaşıp , temsilciler meclisinden çıkan 23. maddenin uygulanmasına da yetkileri dahilinde yardımcı olacaklarını umarız .


ITC Siyasi Daire

jeudi 18 décembre 2008

Kurdish Militia Must Leave Nineveh Before Elections: Iraqi MPs

GMT 12-18-2008 Assyrian International News Agency

Baghdad (AINA) -- Speaking at a press conference in Baghdad on Wednesday, three Iraqi parliamentarians said Kurdish Peshmerga militia must be removed from the Nineveh province ahead of the planned local elections in January, reported iraqalaan.com, an Iraqi Arabic language website.

MPs Osama Al Najifi, a sunni Arab, Amin Farhan, a Yezidi and Hunain Qaddo, a Shabak, contended there will be no free and fair elections as long as the Kurdish militia is present in large parts of the Nineveh province, pointing to previous irregularities in past elections.

"The Kurdish militia in Nineveh uses terror against the inhabitants, forcing people to vote for the Kurdish parties. They threaten people with arrests, extraditions and even to demolish peoples houses or confiscate their belongings."

The Iraqi MPs called on Prime Minister Nuri Al Maliki to order the Kurdish militia out of the province and replace it with non sectarian forces.

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KANAL-A SINIR OTESI PROGRAMI TURKIYE SAATIYLE 23.00

KANAL-A
SINIR OTESI PROGRAMI
TURKIYE SAATIYLE 23.00

(18 Aralık 2008)

Kerkük’te nasıl bir senaryo ile karşı karşıyayız? Patlamanın asıl hedefi ne ve arkasında hangi gizli servis var? DTP’nin Kuzey Irak açılımı ne anlama geliyor? Ankara-Erbil-Bağdat hattında neler yaşanıyor? Türkiye ve Irak Türkmenleri bir oldu bittiye mi getirilmeye çalışılıyor?

Tüm bu sorulara ve daha fazlasına Gazeteci-Yazar Hasan Celal GÜZEL, Irak Cumhurbaşkanlığı Divanı Türkmen İşlerinden Sorumlu Müsteşarı Dr. Muzaffer ARSLAN ve Irak Uzmanı Orhan KETENE, yapımcılığını ve sunuculuğunu Dr. Mehmet Seyfettin EROL’un yaptığı “Sınır Ötesi” programında cevap verecekler.

Program canli olarak internetten http://www.tvkeyfim.com/ adresinden kanal-A tiklayarak izlenebilir.

mercredi 17 décembre 2008

Bush claims victory, he gets shoes

Bush claims victory, he gets shoes


http://brusselstribunal.org/



Demand for the immediate release of Muntather Al-Zaidi

Statement by The BRussells Tribunal Committee (15 December 2008)


In one magnificent act, Muntather Al-Zaidi, an Iraqi journalist with Al-Baghdadiya television, epitomized the truth of the defeat of the United States in Iraq and lifted the spirit of resistance within the hearts of all Arabs, matching that of the Iraqi people who continue to resist imperialism and colonialism and who refuse humiliation.

It is Bush who is humiliated, and from it he cannot recover. He had snuck into Iraq, unannounced, to sign an illegal treaty with his puppet stooge aimed at institutionalizing the US occupation. Two flying shoes destroyed the façade upon which he and his cronies claim victory in Iraq.

For the orphans and widows

The greatest expression of contempt in Arab culture is wielding a shoe to an adversary. Bush and his criminal cronies deserve contempt. Bush claims not to know what Al-Zaidi’s “cause” is. Al-Zaidi made it clear: the shoes he threw at Bush were for the orphans and widows of Bush’s imperial war that to date has killed more than 1.2 million Iraqis and displaced six million more.

The shoes were thrown equally in the direction of Bush’s local puppets — proof that no government under occupation can be legitimate or gain legitimacy, that resistance expresses the sovereignty of the Iraqi people, exposing the Bush-Maliki agreement as worthless and devoid of legality. Two flying shoes expressed the paradise that is resistance in comparison to the ignominy of submission. Iraq is unbreakable, its people proven proud and invincible.

Al-Zaidi needs protection

Following five and a half years of relentless destruction and killing, it is clear that Muntather Al-Zaidi, in daring to challenge the imperial United States, took a step into that grey zone between the human right to life and the permanent threat of death wielded by imperialism. Given the Maliki government’s eagerness in summarily executing its political opponents — including their lawyers — and as he is reportedly in the direct custody of Maliki’s own security guards, we have firm reason to believe that Al-Zaidi is in immediate danger of being tortured and/or assassinated.

We remind all that Muntather Al-Zaidi is a protected person under international humanitarian law, which governs the US occupation, and has guaranteed rights under international human rights law.[1] International humanitarian and human rights law outlaws torture and summary execution, incommunicado detention, the ill treatment of detainees, or denial of access to legal counsel. The US occupation is directly responsible for Al-Zaidi’s welfare and must guarantee his security. As a journalist, he must be afforded extra protection.

Appeal for action

Following Al-Zaidi’s action, thousands have taken to the street in his support and countless statements are being written in his defence. We salute his courage, demand to know his exact location, and join millions in demanding his immediate release.

We join all patriotic Arabs and the Iraqi people who today celebrate their dignity, visually announced and reaffirmed in the public humiliation of a disgraced American president.

We call upon all human rights organizations and bodies, including responsible organs of the United Nations, along with journalists’ syndicates and associations, to defend the right to security and life of Muntather Al-Zaidi and work to ensure his immediate release.


The BRussells Tribunal Committee
15 December 2008

Please circulate this appeal widely.


* Bush gets shoes: http://www.youtube.com/v/OM3Z_Kskl_U

* Hel Laila Hilwa — Hussein Al-A’dhami: http://fr.youtube.com/watch?v=ZHasAMLQByk

[1] See Articles 6-7 and 14 of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights and Articles 113 and 116 of the Fourth Geneva Convention Relative to the Protection of Civilian Persons in Time of War.

Une godasse pour Bush !


AMITIES FRANCO-IRAKIENNES

Une godasse pour Bush !

Soutenons Mountazer al-Zaïdi

Mountazer al Zaïdi, le journaliste irakien à la chaîne de télévision al-Baghdadia qui n’a pas hésité à risquer sa vie en lançant ses deux chaussures à la tête de George Bush, est aujourd’hui dans un hôpital de Bagdad, un bras cassé et victime d’un traumatisme crânien. Il encourt de 2 et 7 ans de prison et une forte amende, pour insulte à chef d’Etat étranger et au « Premier ministre » Nouri al-Maliki, à qui la seconde chaussure était peut-être destinée.

Son crime : avoir accusé Bush de la mort de centaines de milliers d’Irakiens. Selon l’ONG américaine Just Foreign Policy, le nombre des victimes civiles irakiennes s’élevait hier à 1 297 997 morts. Le chiffre des soldats américains tués était de 4 209. Depuis avril 2003, celui des GI morts des suites de leurs blessures, et des mercenaires étrangers, n’a jamais été communiqué.

En Irak et dans les pays arabes, des milliers de manifestants réclament la libération de Mountazer al Zaïdi. A ce jour, plus de cent vingt avocats – américains et arabes – proposent d’assurer sa défense.

En signe de solidarité et en hommage à son courage, envoyez une vieille godasse à l’Ambassadeur américain dans votre pays. Il comprendra que vous lui demandez de la faire suivre à la Maison-Blanche !

Adresse pour la France : Ambassade des Etats-Unis en France, 2 avenue Gabriel – 75382 – Paris Cedex 08.

Rennes, le 17 décembre 2008 Gilles Munier
Secrétaire général

Nota : Diffusez cet appel ou reprenez-le à votre propre compte, qu’importe : l’important est de réagir et de manifester votre soutien à la résistance du peuple irakien.

Pour ceux, ou celles, qui le souhaitent :
Pétition: http://www.ipetitions.com/petition/iwffomuntatharalzaidi/?e
Jeu : http://www.kroma.no/2008/bushgame/

lundi 15 décembre 2008

Free Muntather al-Zaidi



The 50,000 Signatures Campaign for Zaidi


The campaign will proceed in demand of the release of the Iraqi Journalist, Muntather Al-Zaydi who hurled a pair of shoes at George Bush on 12/14/2008 in Baghdad in reaction to Bush's immoral invasion of Iraq and the war-crimes committed by the occupying forces with the aid of local warlords.


We hereby sign below to demand the immediate release of the Journalist Montadhar Al-Zaydi, without any constraints or conditions.


We also hold Al-Maliki's government and the Bush administration accountable and responsible for his life, dignity, and well-being.


Sign the petition:


dimanche 14 décembre 2008

Iraqi reporter throws shoes at Bush, calls him dog

AP – President George W. Bush reacts after a man threw shoes at him during a news conference with Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki


14 Dec 2008

Source: Reuters

BAGHDAD, Dec 14 (Reuters) - An Iraqi reporter called visiting U.S. President George W. Bush a "dog" in Arabic on Sunday and threw his shoes at him during a news conference in Baghdad.

Iraqi security officers and U.S. secret service agents leapt at the man and dragged him struggling and screaming out of the room where Bush was giving a news conference with Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki.

"This is the end!" shouted the man, later identified as Muntadar al-Zeidi, a correspondent for Al-Baghdadia television, an Iraqi-owned station based in Cairo, Egypt.

The shoes missed their target about 15 feet (4.5 metres) away. One sailed over Bush's head as he stood next to Maliki and smacked into the wall behind him. Bush smiled uncomfortably and Maliki looked strained.

"It doesn't bother me," Bush said, urging everyone to calm down as a ruckus broke out in the conference room.

When asked about the incident shortly after, Bush made light of it. "I didn't feel the least threatened by it," he said.

samedi 13 décembre 2008

Talabani: Abdullah Gül ile birlikte Kerkük'e gelebiliriz


Irak Cumhurbaşkanı Celal Talabani, Kerkük'te bulunan Türkmen grup temsilcileri görüşmesinde,Türkiye Cumhurbaşkanı Abdullah Gül'ün Bağdat'ta gelmesi durumda kendisi ile Kerkük'e gelebileceğini söyledi.

اجتماع الطالباني مع الجبهة التركمانية العراقية



الطالباني يجتمع مع الجبهة التركمانية العراقية

الطالباني
التركمان اكثر من ظلموا في العراق سياسيا
الجبهة
الايجابية تتطلب تنفيذ الوعود على ارض الواقع

كركوك/ ITC media

استقبل فخامة رئيس الجمهورية جلال الطالباني رئيس الجبهة التركمانية و عضو البرلمان الدكتور سعد الدين آركيج و اعضاء الهيئة التنفيذية للجبهة و اعضاء مجلس المحافظة من قائمة الجبهة، في مقر اقامته في كركوك التي وصل اليها يوم امس

و اكدت الجبهة التركمانية بأن جوا ايجابيا ساد الاجتماع الذي كرر فيه الطالباني قوله بأن التركمان هم اكثر من تعرضوا الى الظلم سياسيا في العراق. و اكد بأنه منفتح مع التركمان الى ابعد الحدود و بأنه اتفق مع مسعود البرزاني قبل مجيئه الى كركوك لحل القضايا العالقة. و اقترح تشكيل لجنة تركمانية كردية لتثبيت التجاوزات المختلفة و المظلوميات، و اضاف بأن منصبه كرئيس للجمهورية يحتم عليه ان يكون حياديا في التعامل مع هذه اللجنة و لكن ان انحاز فسيكون انحيازه للتركمان. و عن الوعود التي لم تتحقق في كركوك، اكد اعتقاده بأنها قد تحققت، ووعد بأن اللغة التركمانية بالحروف الحديثة ستضاف الى جميع قطع الدلالة في كركوك بدءا من يوم الأحد القادم

و كانت الجبهة التركمانية قد قدمت لائحة طلبات الى الطالباني، جاء فيها
الايعاز الى مكتب كركوك بالاسراع في اكمال معاملات المرحلين التركمان بغية ادخال التعديلات الى سجلات الناخبين و اعادة ممتلكات الجبهة التركمانية العراقية التي تم الاستيلاء عليها في نيسان 2005 من قبل الحكومة المحلية في اربيل و التي على اثرها تم اغلاق مكاتب الجبهة في اربيل و تفعيل كون اللغة التركمانية لغة رسمية تنفيذا للفقرة الرابعة من المادة الرابعة من الدستور الحالي في المناطق ذات الوجود و الكثافة التركمانية و العمل على اطلاق سرح السجناء و المعتقلين التركمان دون وجه حق في كركوك و المحافظات الشمالية و عدم التعرض و التجاوز على المواطنين التركمن في المنافذ الشمالية اثناء سفرهم و العمل على تعيين ضباط و مراتب في قوى الأمن الداخلي و عدم الاخلال بالتوازن و الاخلاء الفوري لكافة الممتلكات التابعة للدولة و التي تشغلها احزاب سياسية

ووعد الطالباني بحل قضية ممتلكات الجبهة في اربيل و اكد بأنه يحتاج الى بعض الوقت، و طالب بحل قضية السجناء و المعتقلين التركمان و اخلاء سبيلهم، و اشار الى ان نسبة التركمان في الجيش لا تتجاوز 1% و اكد بأن دولة رئيس الوزراء قد وافق على البدء بدورات خاصة بالضباط التركمان سواء في الجيش او في قوى الأمن الداخلي. و بالنسبة للتجاوزات، اكد بأن هناك خمس لجان كردية تنظر في التجاوزات التي حصلت بعد نيسان 2003، و اكد فخامته بأن عام 2009 سيكون عاما لبناء الثقة. و حضر الاجتماع السادة كوسرت رسول و عبد الرحمن مصطفى، محافظ كركوك و رزكار علي، رئيس مجلس محافظة كركوك
و اكدت الجبهة بأن الجو الايجابي للاجتماع لن يعطي النتيجة المرجوة ما لم تتحقق الوعود على ارض الواقع

vendredi 12 décembre 2008

Torture and Assassination of the Iraqi Minds

This is a translation (original text in Arabic)

By Dr. Haider Al-Juboori

During 2003 and so far, and according to my experience in that real tragedy, Iraq has dangerous stage is almost a broader and more comprehensive than Hulagu was done it in 1258.

Dr. Wissam S. Al-Hashimi was an Iraqi geologist born in Baghdad. In 2001 he was elected president of the Geological Society of Iraq and was president of the Union of Arab Geologists. From 1996 to 2002.

He was vice president of the International Union of Geological Sciences (IUGS).

I will start the story from the date of 24 August 2005, in the morning, I received a call from Dr. Wissam Al-Hashimi's family, which I have good family relationship with them that unknown gunmen abducted Dr. Wissam Al-Hashimi, while heading to the place of the Oil Ministry. in that time we seek with all our efforts, I and his family to reach to any solution for his rescue.

We were paid a large ransom to those gang after negotiating with them, but after two weeks, identified the body of Dr. Wissam Al-Hashimi by his daughter Balsam al-Hashemi at a hospital in central Baghdad.

Then I am with some persons from Dr. Wissam's Family, have taken the distorted body because of breakthroughs in firearms and torture, and we buried him in a cemetery in Baghdad.
That was the continuity of the Iraqi's bleeding. The tragedy did not end and I did not know at the time, the role has approached to me, but by different way.

The difficult days continued and in the early morning hours on Monday, January 30, 2006 were broken into my house by gunmen wearing Iraqi police commando uniforms and and they kidnapped me and my father and put the cover on our faces, and they stolen all money from the house in addition to my mobile phone after they smashed the many of home furniture and my computer in addition to my personal and scientific libraries, including books containing many knowledge.

This is what prompted me to confirm, they are brutal gangs and they did not have any relation with the law, not from far or near.

They had been beating me with all images and addition they link my eyes and my hands violently, which caused great pain and suffering to me and until now.
They pushed me inside a car that do not contain chairs, at that time, I felt my end very near and by one bullet in my head and small boost out of the car, I will be one of unidentified bodies in the early morning.


After a few hours, my brother phoned on my mobile phone and one of the criminals answered and asked him a sum of money for any information about me at the outset, the threats continued to my family if my family does not pay ransom of $ 50,000 dollars.
During the 75 days, I did not see the light of the sun just few hours that do not exceed four hours as total ... The food does not help against hunger and most of it mixed with oil derivatives and the water was unhealthy if it came!.

We were infected with many dermatosis and dermatitises because the place was very dirty in addition some persons had clots in brain because of stress, lack of ventilation in the place and power outages for long hours in addition the torture. (such as person Meshaan Al-Juboori, 35 year old, he infected clot in brain and Hemiplegia (paralysis)).

The torture was almost daily and in many ways dependent on the person of the gang which he alternate on that day, the tortures contained electrical shocks, and beaten on the joints of the body which cause severe pains.

They did not ask me any charge, but give me all kinds of insults and humiliation that we hear in the stories. All important things in this matter are humiliated me in one way or another.
In the one times, after torturing me for a long time and I am blindfolded. Someone laughed and said to me what is your job?, I said to him, I am Lecturer at the Al-Nahrain University - Faculty of Engineering. He laughed by ironic way, and he said...I'm the best you, you are on the ground and I seat on chair and you will remain on the ground and he was beat me strongly.

Every night… they was call one or more from us so that the person ,who have guard duty inside headquarters of the secret torture, so that he torture some persons from us in the night and also to cause insomnia to us by the screaming voices and suffering.

After several days, when they took me to a room of torture, I decided audaciously to ask them about the reason to arrest me if they are indeed members of the Interior Ministry as they claim.
When my question to them; person from them said with a laugh, you're grateful to us because we bring you here and we did not kill and put you in the place of waste so that the dogs eat from your corpse ... It confirmed to me right certainty that they are gang and have agendas from outside Iraq to implement them inside Iraq.

After several entreaties and contacts by my brothers during the 75 days. They agreed my release me and my father by ransom of 20,000 dollars (which it is all things that my brothers were able to collect it after the sale of many of the personal things of the family). We returned to our house with the same sleep wear, which they took us from the house.

Before my release ... person from gang threatened me. He said: If he saw me or my father again in Iraq will kill me without hesitation. They have taken several Photos to me by their mobile phones. after that, they covered my eyes again and put us in a car, and after few minutes they pushed us outside the car in a central Baghdad street on Friday was on 14 - April -2006.


We were lucky and we reached to our home because most of people that the gang released them did not came back to their family and they killed, such as a person I know him and he was with me, named Shakir Al-Azzawi.

We had one night in the home and then we went to the home of one of my relatives until I and my father traveled to Syria... but we did not have enough money for both of us to get to Sweden therefore...I am come Sweden and my father returned to Iraq!.

The tragic serial does not finish until now, in 4th May 2008, Dr. Iyad Hamza was killed near his home in Baghdad, he was the academic assistant of the President of Al-Nahrain University (the same university that I worked in it). I had good academic relationship with him in past years.
In addition, at May 2008, my father was threatened again and forced to flee from our house in Baghdad. My father and my brothers are now refugees.



Dr. Haider M. Al-Juboori is an Iraqi Engineer born in Baghdad. He has Ph.D. in Optoelectronic and Laser System Engineering. He was lecturer in Al-Nahrain University-College of Engineering. He is member in Iraqi Association of University Lecturers and in Iraqi Engineering Union.

KERKUK: Deadly blast in a restaurant killed at least 55 people

Photo: Xinhua/AFP
There were children among the victims

Thursday, Dec. 11, 2008.

A suicide bomber detonated his explosives inside a popular restaurant killing at least 55 people and wounding 120 others, police said.

According to a Kurdish official Arab tribal leaders were in the restaurant at the time of the attack, having lunch with members of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, the party of Jalal Talabani.
They were due to attend a meeting with Talabani to discuss ways to defuse tensions among Arabs, Kurds and Turkmens in Kerkuk.

jeudi 11 décembre 2008

Violations of Uyghurs' indigenous rights by Chinese government

Uyghurs as indigenous people; a new UHRP report highlights Chinese government violations of Uyghurs' indigenous rights

For immediate release

December 10, 2008, 7:15 pm EST

Contact: Uyghur American Association +1 (202) 349 1496

As the world marks the 60th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Uyghurs in East Turkestan (also known as Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region, in the People's Republic of China) continue to experience human rights abuses in nearly every aspect of their lives. A new report by the Uyghur Human Rights Project (UHRP) details the PRC’s violations of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP) in the case of the Uyghur people.

On September 13, 2007, the People’s Republic of China (PRC), along with 142 other countries, voted to adopt the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples. By voting for the Declaration, the PRC recognized that indigenous persons are a particularly vulnerable group in general and specifically supported the principles outlined and rights explicitly enumerated in the articles of this long awaited essential human rights Declaration.

In practice, the PRC government violates almost every article of the Declaration that it supported at the UN, routinely violating the fundamental rights of the Uyghur people. Uyghurs’ culture, religion and language are all under attack by the PRC government. Uyghurs do not have substantive control over their own education, media, or employment, and they have no voice in the region’s government. Uyghurs are also denied access to or benefit from East Turkestan’s land and resources.

"While UNDRIP guarantees Uyghurs' rights across a spectrum of areas, the reality is that Uyghurs are marginalized in their own homeland," said Uyghur democracy leader Rebiya Kadeer. "Uyghurs also lack access to any mechanism with which they can seek redress for violations of their rights."

UHRP's report begins by briefly reviewing the development of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples and demonstrating that the Uyghurs are the indigenous people of East Turkestan. The main body of the report then examines the Articles of the Declaration with respect to the Uyghur case, by discussing violations of articles in categories such as Fundamental Rights, Life and Security, and Culture, Religion and Language (among others). While not all-inclusive, the report highlights some of the most egregious ways in which Uyghurs’ fundamental, social and cultural rights are violated by the Chinese government, with respect to international law and often domestic law as well. For instance, in the area of Culture, Religion and Language, the report examines the ways in which the PRC controls the freedom of religion for Uyghurs in East Turkestan, effectively undermining Uyghurs’ identity. In conclusion, the report offers suggestions to address the situation, both to the United Nations and the Chinese government.

The report, United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous People and the Uyghurs of East Turkestan (also known as the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region or XUAR, People’s Republic of China), can be downloaded at http://uhrp.org/docs/final_UNDRIP.pdf.
The Uyghur American Association (UAA) works to promote the preservation and flourishing of a rich, humanistic and diverse Uyghur culture, and to support the right of the Uyghur people to use peaceful, democratic means to determine their own political future.

The UAA has undertaken the Uyghur Human Rights Project (UHRP) for the purpose of promoting improved human rights conditions for Uyghurs and other indigenous groups in East Turkestan, on the premise that the assurance of basic human rights will facilitate the realization of the community’s democratic aspirations.

Uyghur Human Rights Project
Uyghur American Association
1701 Pennsylvania Ave. N.W. Suite 300
Washington, D.C. 20006
Tel: +1 (202) 349 1496
Fax: +1 (202) 349 1491
info[at]uyghuramerican.org
www.uhrp.org
www.uyghuramerican.org

mardi 9 décembre 2008

DAK Azerbaijanis of the World Congress at the Belgian Senate

Here are some photos I took during the Congress on 8/12/2008
(for more photos see BELTÜRK website)
His Excellency Mr Emin Eyübov Ambassador of Azerbaijan in Belgium (on the right)
Dr. Sabir Rüstamkhanli, co-chairman of the World Azerbaijanis Congress
Deputy of the Parliament of the Republic of Azerbaijan
Chairman of the Civil Solidarity Party
National Poet (on the left)



Mr. FERIDOUN PARVIZ NIA, Diplom Ing. architect (Germany)
Dr. SABIR RUSTAMKHANLI, c0-Chairman of the World Azerbaijanis Congress

Article published in BelTürk:

Dünya Azerbaycanlılar Kongresi Belçika Senato´sunda konferans verdi.
BELTÜRK


Konferansa DAK Azerbaycan, Rusya, İsveç, Türkiye, Almanya ve Belçika temsilcilerinin yanısıra vatandaşlarda katıldı.
Belçika DAK Temsilciliği tarafından Senatör Philippe Monfils´in desteği ile düzenlenen konferansın açılışında MR´li senatör Collas Berni konferansı onurlandıran Azerbaycan Büyükelçisi Emin Eyübov´u karşıladı. Konferansa Belçikalı senatör Collas Berni ve Azerbaycan Büyükelçisi Emin Eyübov´un yanısıra ProBruxsel partisi kurucu başkanı Philippe Delstanche, DAK eşbaşkanları Sabir Rüstemhanlı ve Feridun Pervezniya, DAK idare heyeti üyeleri Abuzer Bağırov, Mireşrev Fetiyev, Vagıf Arzumanlı, Feramaz Quluzade, Nurəddin Garevi, Rahman Abbasov, Hüseyn Vüsuqi, Semed Fertaş, Sefter Rehimli, Tofiq Hacıyev, TRT The Voice of Turkey´den DAK idare heyeti üyesi Mehmet Müştak DAK Türk dünyası üzerine müşaviri ve Azeri Türk Kadınlar Birliği başkanı Doç Dr Tenzile Rüstemhanlı, DAK gençler teşkilatı başkanı Samir Turan, DAK Daimi şurası başkanı Ejder Tagızade, DAK NTK başkanı Agil Alasger başkan yardımcısı Babek Tağizade, Evere Belediye meclis üyesi ve bakan Grouwels´in danışmanı Nebahat Acar, Abdullah Amir Hasimi ve dünyanın çeşitli ülkelerinden gelen DAK üyeleri katıldı. İran´da yaşayan Azerbaycan Türklerinin sorunları, Karabağ sorunu, dünyanın çeşitli ülkelerinde yaşayan Azerbaycan Türklerinin sorunları üzerine yapılan konuşmalarla ilgili ayrıntılar sadece Beltürk´de ..

Beltürk Özel

dimanche 7 décembre 2008

The Art of Lahib Jaddo





"My art is deeply rooted in my cultural heritage and family history."



I. Artist Statement
I relate to the universe around me visually so I paint to understand my inner worlds.
I have lived half my life in the old world, the Middle East, and half of it in this new world. My work is a reflection of that mix. I don’t define myself or my art as being one or the other. I am a mix of both worlds as is my work.



II. Biography

My ancestry is 3/4 Turkumani and 1/4 Armenian. Both are people native to the Middle East. My parents were raised in northern Iraq around the second World War when poverty and simplicity were matters of fact. My father had more ambition than to be a shepherd and tend the land so he left his home town of Tel-Afar to get an education and worked in the big city of Baghdad as an engineer. My mother refused to marry her cousin (which was the norm) and left her home town of Kirkuk to go to college in Baghdad and became a school teacher. Fortunately for me, their union was one where education ruled over tradition.

Please click on the link below to see more of the artist's works:
http://www.lahibjaddo.com/

Mübarek Kurban Bayramınız Kutlu Olsun

Painting by Iraqi Turkmen artist Lahib Jaddo "The Flying Lesson"

Mübarek Kurban Bayramınız Kutlu Olsun

أسمى التهاني بمناسبة عيد الاضحى المبارك


Wishing you Peace and Happiness for the Feast of Sacrifice

Meilleurs voeux à l'occasion de la Fête du Sacrifice