lundi 31 mai 2010

Irak Türkmen Milletvekili Fevzi Ekrem Terzioğlu, Irak Parlamentosundan İsrail’i Şiddetle Kınadı.

Irak Parlamentosu Sadır Grubu Irak Türkmen Milletvekili Fevzi Ekrem Terzioğlu, Gazze’ye yardım götüren Türk Özgürlük Marmara gemisine saldıran İsrail’i Şiddetle Kınadı.

Kınama Metni“İsrail rejimi Müslüman Gazze halkına yaptığı cinayetlerle yetinmiyor.

Bugün daha acımasızcasını Türk Halkına da yapmış oldu. İşte Türkiye Cumhuriyeti Müslüman Filistin Halkına İnsani yardım amacıyla 33 ülke vatandaşını taşıyan Marmara Özgürlük Gemisi, İsrail tarafından İnsan dışı, küstahça saldırıya uğradı. Bu saldırı neticesinden onlarca insanımızın şehit edilmesini protesto ediyoruz.

Buradan Irak’ın Başkenti Bağdat’tan Irak Parlamentosundan bütün dünya kamuoyuna, BM’ye, Avrupa İnsan Hakları Örgütüne, Avrupa Birliği Topluluğuna, İslam Konferansı Örgütüne, Arap Ülkeleri Dışişleri Bakanlıklarına, Arap Birliği’ne, bu türlü cinayetlere karşı, seyirci ve elleri bağlı kalmamalarını, olağanüstü toplantı yapmalarına bir çağrı’da bulunmak istiyoruz.

Bölgede barışın sağlanmasına engel olan başta İsrail varlığı olmak üzere tüm yetkilileri şiddetle kınar, bizler Irak Türkleri de bu acı olayda da Türkiye’nin yanında olduğumuzu bildirmek isteriz.

Kahrolsun İsrail Rejimi.”

Fevzi Ekrem Terzioğlu

Irak Parlamentosu
Sadır Grubu Türkmen Milletvekili Pazartesi,
31 Mayıs 2010
Bağdat/ Irak

dimanche 30 mai 2010

UN brings religious, ethnic communities to the discussion table in northern Iraq

29 May 2010 – Security concerns and human rights topped a United Nations-backed discussion among the religious and ethnic communities of the northern Iraqi governorate of Ninewa.

Participants at the meeting which took place on 27 May included representatives of the Christian, Shabak, Turkoman and Yazidi communities, as well of the Ninewa administration, the Kurdistan Regional Government and the Iraqi Government.

The UN Assistance Mission for Iraq (UNAMI) chaired the talks – the first-ever meeting of the Committee on Ethnic and Religious Communities in Ninewa – in the city of Tilkaef.

Also among the topics discussed during the gathering where the representation of Ninewa's various communities in Iraq's security forces.

The UNAMI meeting marked an important first step for further dialogue and action, said Jerzy Skuratowicz, the Secretary-General's Deputy Special Representative. “While each of the components has its unique and distinct ethnic, cultural and religious heritage that must be preserved, it is also apparent that they all share many common concerns, which need to be addressed.”

jeudi 27 mai 2010

OPINION: Assassinating the Iraqiya List

26 May 2010
By Tariq Alhomayed

With the assassination of Bashar Ahmad Hamed al Okaidi, a lawmaker from the Iraqiya bloc in Mosul, Iraq has reached a new stage in the conflict over the formation of the next government. But al Okaidi’s assassination is nothing new on the Arab level as in Lebanon we saw a significant number of assassinations of members of the March 14 Alliance to the extent that the quorum in the Lebanese parliament was almost affected.

Today, after Iraq's Debathification committee failed to hinder the success of the Iraqiya List in the recent elections, just as all attempts to hijack the electoral results have also failed so far, we find that Iraq has begun to enter a new stage to intimidate and weaken those who won the votes of the Iraqi nation; it is the stage of assassinating “Iraqiya” after numerous attempts to eliminate it politically and morally.

The Iraqiya List blamed the government for failing to provide protection to lawmakers but there is more to it than that. The issue is not only about protection; rather the government should have provided protection to Iraq as a whole, and accordingly, the Iraqi Prime Minister should accept the results of the elections instead of clinging onto power and attempting to turn the results around sometimes in the name of the law and at other times in the name of religious references and also based on mathematical equations. The aim of all of this is to cling to power, even if it means Iraq ends up the biggest loser.

It is worrying that al Okaidi’s assassination is considered a serious indication that the mentality that oversaw the assassinations of opponents in Lebanon, particularly members of the March 14 Alliance, might shift over to Iraq and of course al Okaidi’s murder was not the first of its kind as it was preceded by the murder of Iraqiya List candidate Suha Abdul Jarallah in the Ninawa governorate. Of course, it is easy to accuse any of the terrorist groups, or the armed groups, of being responsible for those terrorist operations; but what’s more important here is that the Iraqi government should have guaranteed the protection of its rivals in the same way it ensures protection for its own followers.

We saw how many leaders of the Sahwa were killed in such a primitive manner and how the Al Qaeda organization was accused [of carrying out these murders]. But no one told us for example why the Sahwa leaders were always an easy target for the Al Qaeda organization, even in the most difficult circumstances that indicate that the Sahwa leadership is in danger, such as the murder of Sheikh Abu Risha after his famous meeting with the former US President George W. Bush. Video and sound recordings showed that Abu Risha was asking the US President in that meeting to put a stop to Iranian interference in Iraq.

Today, even though officials from the Iraqi electoral commission stated that the commission’s system allows for al Obaidi to be replaced by the person with the most votes after him from the same list, there is still an important question; who will guarantee that this systematic targeting of the Iraqiya List will not continue to harm its symbols, God forbid, and lead to the situation blowing up in Iraq and becoming even more complicated than it is now?

Therefore, accusing the government of negligence is not enough; whoever clings to power even at the cost of destroying Iraq must be condemned. What’s the difference between the person who clings to power today and Saddam Hussein who clung to power in Iraq until he left behind an occupied country that is torn apart?

mardi 25 mai 2010

UNICEF: PKK keeps child militants in its Camps

UNICEF: PKK keeps child militants in its Camps

Copenhagen, May 24 (AKnews) - While the echoes of the links between a Kurdish satellite channel ROJ TV and the PKK is still continuing in Denmark; the photos of children being used as militants in PKK Camps have motivated UNICEF to act.

ROJ TV is a Kurdish satellite broadcaster which publishes in Kurdish and Turkish as well. The managing director of the Copenhagen-based TV Maonucher Zanaazi said he was in contact with Murat Karayilan, a leader of the PKK via satellite phone calls since a long time.

Now they are accused of links with PKK and the publishing of photos of children militants in PKK camps has deteriorated the issue.UNICEF's Denmark representative Steen Andersen said they will examine the issue after the publication of the photos in a Daneish daily Berlignske Tidende.

Young children being used as militants in the camps is an absolute clue of their rights being abused, Anderson said, before adding that they will send official UNICEF observers to the region to monitor the living conditions of the children in the camps. He said they will be following the developments in the coming days.

dk/ry AKnews dk/ry AKnews

US is said to expand Secret Military Acts in Mideast Region

May 24, 2010
U.S. Is Said to Expand Secret Military Acts in Mideast Region

WASHINGTON — The top American commander in the Middle East has ordered a broad expansion of clandestine military activity in an effort to disrupt militant groups or counter threats in Iran, Saudi Arabia, Somalia and other countries in the region, according to defense officials and military documents.

The secret directive, signed in September by Gen. David H. Petraeus, authorizes the sending of American Special Operations troops to both friendly and hostile nations in the Middle East, Central Asia and the Horn of Africa to gather intelligence and build ties with local forces. Officials said the order also permits reconnaissance that could pave the way for possible military strikes in Iran if tensions over its nuclear ambitions escalate.

While the Bush administration had approved some clandestine military activities far from designated war zones, the new order is intended to make such efforts more systematic and long term, officials said. Its goals are to build networks that could “penetrate, disrupt, defeat or destroy” Al Qaeda and other militant groups, as well as to “prepare the environment” for future attacks by American or local military forces, the document said. The order, however, does not appear to authorize offensive strikes in any specific countries.

In broadening its secret activities, the United States military has also sought in recent years to break its dependence on the Central Intelligence Agency and other spy agencies for information in countries without a significant American troop presence.

General Petraeus’s order is meant for small teams of American troops to fill intelligence gaps about terror organizations and other threats in the Middle East and beyond, especially emerging groups plotting attacks against the United States.

But some Pentagon officials worry that the expanded role carries risks. The authorized activities could strain relationships with friendly governments like Saudi Arabia or Yemen — which might allow the operations but be loath to acknowledge their cooperation — or incite the anger of hostile nations like Iran and Syria. Many in the military are also concerned that as American troops assume roles far from traditional combat, they would be at risk of being treated as spies if captured and denied the Geneva Convention protections afforded military detainees.
The precise operations that the directive authorizes are unclear, and what the military has done to follow through on the order is uncertain. The document, a copy of which was viewed by The New York Times, provides few details about continuing missions or intelligence-gathering operations.

Several government officials who described the impetus for the order would speak only on condition of anonymity because the document is classified. Spokesmen for the White House and the Pentagon declined to comment for this article. The Times, responding to concerns about troop safety raised by an official at United States Central Command, the military headquarters run by General Petraeus, withheld some details about how troops could be deployed in certain countries.

The seven-page directive appears to authorize specific operations in Iran, most likely to gather intelligence about the country’s nuclear program or identify dissident groups that might be useful for a future military offensive. The Obama administration insists that for the moment, it is committed to penalizing Iran for its nuclear activities only with diplomatic and economic sanctions. Nevertheless, the Pentagon has to draw up detailed war plans to be prepared in advance, in the event that President Obama ever authorizes a strike.

“The Defense Department can’t be caught flat-footed,” said one Pentagon official with knowledge of General Petraeus’s order.

The directive, the Joint Unconventional Warfare Task Force Execute Order, signed Sept. 30, may also have helped lay a foundation for the surge of American military activity in Yemen that began three months later.

Special Operations troops began working with Yemen’s military to try to dismantle Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula, an affiliate of Osama bin Laden’s terror network based in Yemen. The Pentagon has also carried out missile strikes from Navy ships into suspected militant hideouts and plans to spend more than $155 million equipping Yemeni troops with armored vehicles, helicopters and small arms.

Officials said that many top commanders, General Petraeus among them, have advocated an expansive interpretation of the military’s role around the world, arguing that troops need to operate beyond Iraq and Afghanistan to better fight militant groups.

The order, which an official said was drafted in close coordination with Adm. Eric T. Olson, the officer in charge of the United States Special Operations Command, calls for clandestine activities that “cannot or will not be accomplished” by conventional military operations or “interagency activities,” a reference to American spy agencies.

While the C.I.A. and the Pentagon have often been at odds over expansion of clandestine military activity, most recently over intelligence gathering by Pentagon contractors in Pakistan and Afghanistan, there does not appear to have been a significant dispute over the September order.

A spokesman for the C.I.A. declined to confirm the existence of General Petraeus’s order, but said that the spy agency and the Pentagon had a “close relationship” and generally coordinate operations in the field.

“There’s more than enough work to go around,” said the spokesman, Paul Gimigliano. “The real key is coordination. That typically works well, and if problems arise, they get settled.”
During the Bush administration, Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld endorsed clandestine military operations, arguing that Special Operations troops could be as effective as traditional spies, if not more so.

Unlike covert actions undertaken by the C.I.A., such clandestine activity does not require the president’s approval or regular reports to Congress, although Pentagon officials have said that any significant ventures are cleared through the National Security Council. Special Operations troops have already been sent into a number of countries to carry out reconnaissance missions, including operations to gather intelligence about airstrips and bridges.

Some of Mr. Rumsfeld’s initiatives were controversial, and met with resistance by some at the State Department and C.I.A. who saw the troops as a backdoor attempt by the Pentagon to assert influence outside of war zones. In 2004, one of the first groups sent overseas was pulled out of Paraguay after killing a pistol-waving robber who had attacked them as they stepped out of a taxi.

A Pentagon order that year gave the military authority for offensive strikes in more than a dozen countries, and Special Operations troops carried them out in Syria, Pakistan and Somalia.
In contrast, General Petraeus’s September order is focused on intelligence gathering — by American troops, foreign businesspeople, academics or others — to identify militants and provide “persistent situational awareness,” while forging ties to local indigenous groups.
Thom Shanker and Eric Schmitt contributed reporting.

samedi 22 mai 2010

ITF EU Representative was invited to the varnishing day of Artist Ayşegül Poroy's exhibition

The artist
Photo Belçika Haber

Artist Ayşegül Poroy (third from the left)

Photo by Yusuf Çinal of Yeni Haber

The "vernissage" was a great success.

Mrs Ayşegül Poroy is a very talented Turkish artist,
we were quite impressed by her palette of rich colours and by the energy which emanates from her paintings.


Brüksel Başkonsolosu Mehmet Poroy´un eşi Ressam Ayşegül Poroy "Anahtar sözcük: Taşınma" adlı dördüncü kişisel sergisinin tanıtım kokteyli zirveye dönüştü.

20 Mayıs 2010 tarihinde Tour&Taxis´de yapılan sergi kokteylinde ev sahipliğini Ressam Ayşegül Poroy ve eşi Başkonsolos Mehmet Poroy'un birlikte yaptı.

Kokteyl'e Büyükelçi Murat Ersavcı, Sefire Zeynep Ersavcı, AB Nezdinde Büyükelçi Selim Kuneralp, Anvers Başkonsolosu Deniz Çakar, TMR (Nato Nezdinde Türk Askeri Heyet) Başkanı Hv. Plt. Korgeneral Mehmet Veysi Ağır, Brüksel Askeri Ataşesi Topçu Kurmay Albay Yaşar Öztürk, Katipler Can İncesu, Turfan Korkut, Muavin Konsoloslar Gamze Algün, Ali İhsan İzbul, Turizm Müşaviri Kenzi Güzel, Eğitim Müşaviri Saliha Eker, Schaerbeek Belediye Meclis Üyeleri Sadık Köksal, Derya Alıç, BADD Başkanı U. Esat Ağca, UETD Brussels Başkanı Eşref Yağcıoğlu, Belçika Türk Kadınlar Derneği Başkanı Bilgen Ergen, Live System Başkanı Mine Özcan, Belçika Haber Halkla İlişkiler Müdüresi Zerrin Aydın, Türkmen Cephesi Avrupa Temsilcisi Hasan Aydınlı, sivil toplum kuruluş temsilcileri, sanatseverler, işadamları katıldı.

Ressam Ayşegül Poroy'un babası Atilla Erenler, torunları Can ve Yağmur ile kızı Ayşegül Poroy'un mutluluğunu paylaştılar.

Büyükelçi Murat Ersavcı yaptığı konuşmada "Ressam Ayşegül Poroy hanımı tebrik ediyorum. Bizlerin duygularını tuallere çok güzel yansıtmış ve bizim mesleğimiz gereği taşınma temasını sanatsal olarak çok güzel işlemiş. Bu güzel tabloların sergilendiği bu güzel açılışta olmaktan çok mutluyum. Ressam Ayşegül Poroyu tebrik ediyor, başarılarının devamını diliyorum" dedi.

Ressam Ayşegül Poroy ise davetlilere katılımlarından dolayı teşekkür ederek, "Sergimizin adını 'Anahtar Sözcük: Taşınma' koymamızın nedeni mesleğimiz gereği taşınmalar hayatımızın bir parçası olmakta. Anahtar ise taşındığımız evlerin sembolü oldu. Bu temadan yola çıkarak, bu eserleri oluşturdum. Anahtar temalı 85 parçadan oluşan bu tabloların büyük bir bölümünü akrilik, monotip baskı olarak yaptım. Deneyimler, Tatlı Tayin Hayallerim, Hatıralar ve Anahtarları başlıklarda oluşan bu eserleri yapmamda bana yardımcı olan eşim Mehmet Poroy'a da teşekkür ediyorum. Sergimize teşrif eden sayın büyükelçilerime, sefire hanıma ve siz davetlilerimize çok teşekkür ediyorum" dedi.

Sanatçı sergide eserleri hakkında davetlileri bilgilendirdi.


Çalışmalarını Brüksel´de sürdürmekte olan son dönem ödüllü kadın sanatçılarımızdan Poroy; Flaman Sanat Okulu, RHoK´da 4 yıl özgünbaskı eğitimi almış olup, Hacettepe Güzel Sanatlar Fakültesi Resim Bölümünde Master yapmış ve çeşitli eğitim kurumları ile Üniversitelerde resim dersleri vermiştir. Poroy halen aynı Fakülte´de resim üzerine Doktora eğitimini sürdürmektedir.

Sergiyi daha sonra izleme imkanı olabilecektir.

Sergi Süresi : 20 Mayıs –3 Haziran 2010 (11.00- 20.00) Adres : Tour&Taxis Royal Depot Avenue du Port 86C- 1000 Bruxelles

Published in : Belçika Haber
For more photos please click on the link below

jeudi 20 mai 2010

Muhammed Fuzuli (1498-1556)

Muhammed Fuzuli (1498-1556)
Turkmen poet

Fuzuli is one of the greatest Azeri-Turkish poets. His real name is Muhammed Suleiman oglu (poet’s name and patronymic). We know almost nothing of the childhood and early youth of Fuzuli. It is generally considered that he was born app. in 1498 in Kerbela (in the area presently known as Iraq).

Fuzuli belonged to the Turkic tribe of Bayat, one of the Turkoman tribes that was scattered in all over the Middle East, Anatolia and the Caucasus from X-XI cc. and which stands in the roots of the Azerbaijanian people. Although Fuzuli’s ancestors were of nomadic origin, Fuzuli’s family had long been town-dwellers. At that time the area where Fuzuli lived was a part of the Azerbaijanian Safavid State headed by the leader of the Turkoman Shiites Shah Ismayil Safavi. When young Fuzuli devoted a poem to Shah Ismayil named Bang-u-Badeh, where he praised his reigning.

Fuzuli was a versatile and learned man, and was both ambitious to possess these qualities, and proud in possessing them. He wrote: "…I am master of all the arts in discussing beauty of expression and in disputing agreeableness of style with those who are masters of one art only. Well, all this demonstrates the total "presumption" ("fuzuli" in Arabic), but also the perfection of Fuzuli". Thus, the poet explains his nom de plume, which literally means presumptuous, but which also brings to mind fuzul, the plural of fazl meaning "virtue". He chose this pseudonym in order not to be confused with others and be "unique". He was sure that because of its unpleasant meaning nobody else would adopt it.

Fuzuli had left us writings in Azeri (Turkish), Persian and Arabic. This trilingualism was not rare among the Turkic writers of the medieval period and is explainable by their cultural formulation, which was based, in fact, on Arabic religious and scientific tradition and on Persian literary tradition. In Fuzuli’s case the use of the three languages was conditioned also by his particular environment, because all three tongues were in use in Iraq, which as known from history was in XVI c. first a part of the Safavid State and later in 1534 became a part of the Ottoman Empire.

The ability to write in more than one language was one of the things of which Fuzuli was most proud and one of his favorite habits was to use two or three languages alternately in same of his poetry or prose. Fuzuli wrote in Azeri Turkish not only by the fact that it was his mother tongue but also by political circumstances.

Shah Ismayil Safavi, who conquered Baghdad in 1508, has left us a divan in Azeri Turkish. After the Ottoman conquest of Baghdad Turkish literature acquired even greater importance in this region. Fuzuli expressed Turkish prestige in words, which at that time was not exaggerated, "the high ranking of Turks constitute a large part of world order and a numerous category of the human species…".

Nevertheless, he complains that to write "delicate" verse in Turkish rather than in Persian is difficult because the Turkish language is hard to be put in lines, since the words are mostly without connection and lacking harmony. Therefore, the language of the Fuzuli’s poems are extremely persianized. Today a Turk in Azerbaijan or in Turkey could not read many of his works without the help of dictionary. However, Fuzuli’s fame rests mainly on his work in Azeri-Turkish and his masterpiece world-wide famous poem "Leili and Mejnun" is written in Azeri-Turkish too.

Fuzuli lived in constant need, which we know from his numerous poetic complaints. The great poet died of cholera in Kerbela in 1556.

dimanche 16 mai 2010

İrlanda Osmanlı'yı unutmadı

"An Gorta Mor" (Büyük Açlık)

İrlanda Osmanlı'yı unutmadı
1 milyon kişiyi öldüren "büyük kıtlık" anılıyor

16 Mayıs 2010 Pazar, 11:04:39

İrlandalılar, ülke tarihinde acılı izler bırakan; 1845-1849 yılları arasında yaklaşık bir milyon kişinin ölümüne, bir milyon kişinin de başka ülkelere göç etmesine neden olan "Büyük Kıtlık"ı anıyor.

Kıtlığın izlerini en fazla taşıyan bölgelerden Co Mayo'daki Murrisk köyünde bugün düzenlenecek anma törenine Türkiye'nin Dublin Büyükelçisi Altay Cengizer'in de katılması bekleniyor.

Felaketin kayıpları başkent Dublin'de de, Parnell Meydanı'ndan Liffey Nehri kıyısında yer alan Büyük Kıtlık heykellerine yapılacak yürüyüşle anılacak.

Kentin ortasından geçen nehrin kıyısındaki bronz heykeller dönemin acılarını tüm gerçekliğiyle gözler önüne seriyor ve dünyaca ünlü heykeltıraş Rowan Gillespie imzasını taşıyor.

Anma etkinliklerine ülke genelindeki okullar ve spor kulüplerinin de "bir dakika sessizlik" ile katılacağı belirtiliyor.


Büyük Kıtlığın nedeni, 19'uncu yüzyılın ortalarında nüfusu 8 milyonu aşan İrlanda'da, özellikle yoksulların temel besini patatese bulaşan hastalıktı. 1845 sonbaharında patatesin tüketilemez durumda hasat edilmesi, İrlandalıların "An Gorta Mor" (Büyük Açlık) olarak andığı dönemin başlangıcı oldu.

İrlanda'nın özellikle batı kesimlerindeki yoksul ve kalabalık aileleri kısa sürede açlıkla yüz yüze getiren patates kıtlığı, tüm çabalara rağmen 4 yıl boyunca önlenemedi.Yetersiz beslenme ve bakımsızlık kısa zamanda hastalıkları beraberinde getirdi. Tifo ve kolera gibi bulaşıcı hastalıklar çok sayıda ölüme yol açtı, çaresiz durumda kalanların sığındığı yardım merkezleri yoğunluktan çalışamaz duruma geldi.Çoğu İngiliz olan toprak sahiplerine borçlarını ödeyemedikleri için evlerinden çıkmak durumunda kalan İrlandalılar, çareyi göç etmekle buldu. Bir milyona yakın İrlandalı, ceplerindeki son parayı da ABD, İngiltere, Kanada ve Avustralya'ya gitmek için kullandı. Bazıları göç yollarında hayatını kaybetti, pek çoğu gittiği topraklarda umduğunu bulamadı.

Zor zamanların geride kaldığı 1851 yılında ülke nüfusu 6 milyona düşmüştü.

Bugün kimi kaynaklarda "İngiltere'nin Büyük Kıtlık sırasında İrlanda'ya yeteri kadar destekte bulunmadığı, bu yüzden dönemin, İrlanda'nın bağımsızlık mücadelesinin de asıl başlangıcı olduğu" savunulur.

samedi 15 mai 2010


VIDEO: Ireland Action to Arrest Wanted War Criminal Henry Kissinger

Global Research, May 14, 2010
Dcbourbounireland - 2010-05-12

Tri Lateral commision Henry Kissinger has a International Arrest Warrant and a attempt is made to enforce it in Four Seasons Hotel Dublin Ireland where Henry Kissinger was staying 8th May 2010.

The annual Tri Lateral conference headed up and attended by David Rockefeller was held in the Four Seasons Hotel Dublin Ireland 7th and 8th May .

This secretive group are the forerunner group to prepare the way for the major also secretive Bilderberg meeting in Barcelona Spain June 2010.

The meeting mainly arranged the take over of the world to form the New World Order one world government .

It seems it arranged the sudden huge 2 trillion bail out for the Euro as part of the plan to destroy Europe's ability to resist the NWO .

They also discussed according to TUCKER a NWO reporter with the Russians if they would allow the war to be waged with Iran .

It seems that Henry Kissinger as Rockefeller's right hand man had to be at the meeting even though there existed a International arrest warrant from France and Spain who wish to charge him with war crimes from the Chile war.

The Spanish and French say Henry Kissinger is implicated in the death of French and Spanish in the war in Chile.

A delegation of Irish and some other nationals presented the Irish Police force called the Garda to arrest Henry Kissinger who was resident in the hotel on foot of the warrant .

Later the Police Garda forces lame excuse is they admitted that as they processed the arrest warrant they were blocked due to the fact the Irish Government department of foreign affairs were required to process the arrest warrant and that office is closed on weekends .

International Criminals have free reign on weekends in Ireland .

Therefore Henry Kissinger escaped Sunday morning at 11am probably with a police escort to the airport

The special Branch the political police of the Irish state followed some of this group of protesters to a pub and later that night harassed them for the cameras they had .

No cameras or film was lost but it shows that the Irish government conspired to protect this Henry Kissinger from arrest breaking all EU laws of extradition .

The good news is that the protest group were able to use loud speakers to project shows like Alex Jones and Mike Rivero into the hotel nearby thereby letting the NWO know the world including Ireland has woken up to the NWO deception in getting the one world government implemented .

Lucky for the Irish they are not totaly depoendent on the Irish media or mainstrean international medai notable by thier absence

The alternative media from the Internet was able to notify the Irish patriots the peril that the Irish Republic is in

The opening speech from Mr Cowen Taoiseach (head of the government equavalent to Prime minister )and the the Irish President attending a dinner where Henry kissinger was attending shows the Irish governemnt are traitors to the core.

This meeting was a extra nail in the coffin to remove Irish sovereignty and remove sovereignty for all nations in Europe.

We assume that German,French ,Spain and other heads of states who also commit this type of traitorous act had suitable people representing thier interests in these traitorous act to remove all sovereignty for European nations.

jeudi 13 mai 2010

Önder Lider Şehit Mustafa Kemal Yayçılı'nın 6. yıl dönümü

Millet yolunda çizdiğin çizgileri devam ettireceğiz
İsam Terzibaşı

14 Mayıs 2004 acı bir olayın ardından Türkmen mücadelemizin en önde gelen liderlerimizden birini kaybettik. O da değerli ve kıymetli kan kardeşimiz şehit Mustafa Kemal Yayçılı'dır. Mustafa Kemal şahadet mertebesine nail olup bize veda etmeden son yolculuğuna gitti. Öyle bizi bir üzüntüye koydu ki, Türkmen davası onun ardınca ağlıya ağlıya son yolculuğuna uğurladı.

Bütün milli duygulu insanlar Türkmen, Arap, Kürt ve Asurlar hepsi ağladı ve üzüldü. Bu da sadece bir gerçeği yansıtır ki; Önder Şehit Mustafa Türkmen davasının ne olduğunu iyice çevresindeki gayrı Türkmenlere de anlatmıştır. Bunu da bugünkü Irak'ımızda bu kadar yoğun sorunlar içinde az mücadeleci bir kimse yapabilecektir.

Şehit Mustafa Kemal Yayçılı mücadeleci ve azimli bir Türkmen idi. Hassas ve tehlike anlarında çok soğukkanlı birisi idi.Zor olaylar karşısında kendini hiç bozmayıp, gülümseyerek sorunları çözmeye çalışırdı. Çoğu zor anlarda siyasi görüşmelerde yerinde ve ustaca konuları yorumlayıp korku bilmeden yanıt verirdi. Karşı tarafı küçümsemeden sorunların güzel çözümü ile tartışmasını sona erdirirdi. Kendini hiç kimseden üstün bilmezdi. Her zaman da "İnsan millet yolunda hoşgörülü olmalıdır, ne kadar hizmet ederse o kadar yükselir biz hizmetle büyüğüz" söylerdi. İşte bunlar hepsi lider olan kimsenin özellikleridir. Onun ölüm haberi bütün Türkmenleri yasa boğdu.

O gözümüz önünden gitti, ama gönlümüzden çıkmadı ve çıkmayacak. Vicdanımızda yaşamaktadır.

O Türkmenlerin lider sembolüdür. Şehit Mustafa Kemal 1955 Kerkük doğumludur. Irak’a yönelik Amerikan operasyonu sonrası Kerkük’e giren ilk lider idi. Şehidimiz Türkmen nüfusunu bir çatı altında toplamaya çabaladı. Türkmen adayı olarak Kerkük valiliğinde Meclis Üyesiydi. Evli ve iki çocuk babası olan Yayçılı, 30 yıl önce üniversite eğitimi için, Türkiye’ye gitmişti. Karadeniz Teknik Üniversitesi inşaat Fakültesini bitirmiş. Ardından İstanbul İktisadi Ticari İlimler Akademisi İşletme Fakültesi’nde Master yapmıştı.

IMTP Üyesi olan Şehit Fazıl Namik Karanaz 1967’da Kerkük’ün Musalla mahallesinde doğdu. Kendisini halkımızın davasına adayan Şehit Fazıl Karanaz, cesur ve azimliydi. Irak’ın kurtuluşunun ardından büyük bir rol oynayan Karanaz, tüm milli günlerde yer aldı. Karanaz, Yayçılı ile birlikte acı bir trafik kazasında hayatını kaybetti ve Millet uğrunda şehit düştü.

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mardi 11 mai 2010

Governmental Atrocities Have Exploded Since WWII

By J. Speer-Williams

The world-wide dispersal of atomic radiation has been horrendous, merely from the depleting uranium spread by the US use of DU weapons in Iraq, alone; which exceeds the amount of deadly radiation of over 500,000 times that of the atomic bomb dropped on Nagasaki, Japan. The crimes against humanity of “our” US government have certainly exploded exponentially.

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vendredi 7 mai 2010

EU Terrorism Situation and Trend Report for 2010

Rudaw - According to Europol, the PKK did not carry out any attacks in EU member states in 2009. The EU Terrorism Situation and Trend Report for 2010 suggests the PKK still depends on Europe for money and support.

Europol is the European Police office that aims to improve cooperation between the police of EU member states. It doesn’t carry out arrests. Europol describes the PKK as a ‘ethno-nationalist and separatist terrorist group’.

Europol warns that although ‘there were no major incidents, there is evidence that the PKK/KONGRA-GEL continues to have a significant potential for violence, which may be deployed if needed.’

Instead of attacks, Komalen Ciwan, the youth organization of the PKK/KONGRA-GEL, is active in protests in the EU, the Europol report notes.Europol also claims that the PKK/KONGRA-GEL is collecting money and support from Kurds in Europe and even argues that the PKK uses activities like extortion, human trafficking, drugs, arms smuggling and money laundering to raise money for the PKK rebels in the mountains of Northern Iraq (Iraqi Kurdistan).

The U.S. Treasury in October named Karayilan and two other PKK members "kingpins" in drug trafficking. Karayilan in an interview with Reuters denied the charge and said he was willing to open PKK rebel camps to investigators. He claims funding mainly comes from voluntary contributions from Kurds in Europe and from "customs duties" the PKK charges smugglers trading in fuel and household items between Turkey and Iran, he said.Also PKK-leader Zubeyir Aydar, who was listed as a narcotics dealer by the U.S. treasury, claims that the PKK is against the use of drugs


A “Freedom Flotilla” is planning to sail for Gaza by the end of the month.

Turkish relief organization, IHH (Foundation for Human Rights and Freedoms and Humanitarian Relief, or Insani Yardim Vakfi), is making major preparations to participate in the coming “Freedom Flotilla”. The aim is to reach Gaza’s fishermens’ wharf by late May.
According to the organizers’ plans, the Freedom Flotilla will include several cargo ships, and perhaps five passenger ships with up to 600 high-profile international personalities, activists, and journalists aboard.

Some of the ships will reportedly be flying the Turkish flag.
This means that any Israeli attack on those ships would be considered tantamount to an attack upon Tur IHH, the Turkish NGO, was founded in 1995, and has worked in Bosnia, Chechenya, Haiti. It is also, apparently, functioning in the West Bank. It was reportedly very supportive of the efforts to bring humanitarian aid to Gaza via Egypt’s Rafah crossing at the beginning of this year.

IHH says its basic objective is to assist those who are “distressed, victimized by war, disaster, etc, wounded, disabled, homeless and subjected to famine, oppressed”, and “to deliver humanitarian aid to all people and take necessary steps to prevent any violations against their basic rights and liberties”. See their website here.

IHH is calling this attempt “Noah’s Ark”.

What they are up against is a formally-declared Israeli naval blockade of Gaza’s maritime space (as defined in the map attached to the Oslo Accords, which is posted on the website of the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs here):

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mercredi 5 mai 2010

The Iraq Turkmen Front celebrates its 15th year, by Hasan Kanbolat

The Iraq Turkmen Front celebrates its 15th year

The Iraqi Turkmen Front (ITC) is celebrating its 15th year. The ITC, which heads the political struggle of Iraqi Turkmen, has succeeded in emerging and standing tall in the Turkmen community, which has a very recent history vis-a-vis a political struggle in Iraq.

It has also succeeded in steering clear of factional and ethnic conflict in Iraq. The ITC maintains its political existence through peaceful means in the Iraqi Parliament. For this reason, I would like to congratulate the chairman of the ITC, Sadettin Ergeç; Turkey representative Sadun Köprülü; UK representative Sundus Abbas; Germany representative Ganim Osman; Belgium representative Hasan Aydınlı; Syria representative Suphi Nazım Tevfik; and North America representative Asıf Serttürkmen, and everyone else involved in this project.

The ITC has succeeded in what many political organizations in Iraq have not been able to do and remained standing throughout all three elections. It participated in two elections that took place in 2005 and emerged from the Jan. 30, 2005 elections, which it entered as the Iraq Turkmen Front under the leadership of the ITC, with 93,408 votes, securing three seats.
During the Dec. 15, 2005 elections, the ITC, which entered the elections alone outside of Mosul, garnered 87,993 votes and one seat. And through the coalition it formed with the Iraqi Accord Front in Mosul, secured two deputies. During the 2010 elections, the ITC’s coalition formed with the Al-Iraqiya List won it 127,989 votes and five seats. The ITC also cleared the way for female politicians in Iraq, which is a male-dominated society. To this end, female ITC candidates Jala Naftaji and Müdriki Ahmet won seats as deputies following the March 7, 2010 elections.

The ITC was established on April 24, 1995. The first headquarters was located in Arbil. The Arbil-centered ITC had 17 offices, one television and one radio station. In the Third Turkmen General Assembly, which took place in 2003, the ITC headquarters were moved from Arbil to Kirkuk. Then in 2005, all of the ITC’s offices in Arbil were seized.

The founding chairman of the ITC was Turhan Ketene. Sinan Çelebi (the current minister of industry and trade in the regional administration of northern Iraq) in 1996 and Vedat Arslan (the former minister of industry and trade in of the regional government in northern Iraq), then Sanan Ahmet Kasap, also known as Sanan Ahmet Ağa, in 2000 and Faruk Abdullah in 2003 followed suit as the ITC chairman. Since 2005, the role of the ITC chairman has been held by Ergeç.

The decisions made by the ITC are reached during conventions held every other year, which have more recently been held every third year. This is also where the ITC chairman is elected. It is during these conventions that the Turkmen National Parliament’s 71 members are elected. The ITC has six foreign offices located in Turkey, England, Germany, Belgium, Syria and North America. Furthermore, located in Iraq, it has over 100 communication offices in cities such as Baghdad, Mosul, Salahaddin, Diyala, Wasit, Arbil, Sulaymaniyah and Duhok.
The ITC organization is made up of the chairman, executive council, the Turkmen Parliament, regional directorates, administrative and finance chambers, public relations office, health chamber, education and culture chamber, non-governmental organization, information chamber, political chamber, security chamber, foreign relation chamber and elections chamber.

It can be said that the ITC, in terms of its organizational structure and purpose of establishment, functions as a supra-party structure, responding to all of the needs of the Turkmen through its services. In this context, the ITC provides educational, cultural, social and economic aid, health services and supports other Turkmen civil and political organizations.

The ITC is one of the pillars in the democratization of Iraq. The organization, which has been an exemplary formation for Turkmen of the Middle East, is necessary for Iraq and the Middle East at large.

samedi 1 mai 2010

ITF EU representative Dr Hassan Aydinli attended the Uyghur Conference at the EU Parliament

Iraqi Turkmen Front (ITF) Europe Representative, Hassan Aydinli and Merry FitzGerald, of Europe-Iraqi Turkmens Friendship Association received an invitation from Mr Dolkun Isa, the General Secreatry of the World Uyghur Congress in Europe, to attend the two-day conference entitled ‘Dialogue with China – Implementation of the Chinese Constitution to safeguard and protect the Rights of the Uyghur People’ at the European Parliament in Brussels.

China’s Uyghurs and Iraq’s Turkmens share the same plight, they have both been suffering from an assimilation policy, from discrimination and from ethnic cleansing in their respective countries for several decades.

Uyghurs are considered as a minority by the totalitarian Chinese regime since more than 60 years (since the occupation of East Turkestan by the Chinese invasion and occupation forces in 1949).

Iraqi Turkmens are considered as a minority by the nationalistic Arab regimes that ruled the country during 85 years (from the end of the First World War in 1918 up to the regime change in Iraq by the US and the UK invasion and occupation forces on 9th April 2003) and by the hegemonic Kurdish regime which rules the north of Iraq since more than 7 years (since April 2003).

The Iraqi Turkmens’ representative in the EU participated in the conference to show the Turkmens’ support and solidarity with their Uyghur brothers in their struggle to stop the systematic violations of their human rights by the Chinese authorities and in their non-violent struggle for democratic freedoms.

Mr. Niccolo Rinaldi MEP and Mr. Ivo Vajgl MEP convened this two-day conference at the European Parliament in Brussels on 29-30 April 2010 in collaboration with the Unrepresented Nations and Peoples Organization (UNPO) and the World Uyghur Congress (WUC) entitled ‘Dialogue with China – Implementation of the Chinese Constitution to safeguard and protect the Rights of the Uyghur People’.

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