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SAUDI ZIONIST PRINCE KIDNAP, RAPE , MURDER & FINALLY DUMPS SAUDI GIRL’S BODY ON STREET , AND ESCORTS FREE IN SAUDI ARABIA

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Saudi Prince Khalid bin Sa’ad bin Abdul Aziz al-Saud & the Raped Girl Body
JNN 9 Jun 2013 Riyadh –Police in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia has confirmed the news that a girl had been raped and murdered by a Saudi prince Khalid bin Sa’ad bin Abdul Aziz al-Saud .

 

The Incident  was another loop in a chain of moral and ethical mis deeds on Saudi corrupt family and their crime against Saudi citizens.

The story began when the witnesses in Samer, a Jeddah suburb, saw that a 25-year old girl was dropped out of a GMC automobile and the car drives away, evening May 30. People witnessing the event immediately wrapped the girl in a blanket and contact the police.

After police arrived, preliminary investigation indicated that the girl had died. GMC plate number fed into the automobile surveillance system of traffic police and it revealed that it belonged to a Saudi prince.

Then, extensive investigation was launched, with the initial result that the Zionist prince was no other person than Khalid bin Sa’ad bin Abdul Aziz al-Saud, who, met the girl in Wednesday evening in famous Al-Tuhayat shopping mall. The girl defied the prince.

Then, the girl was kidnapped by complicity of Tariq al-Maqrebi, an associate of the Zionist prince’s, and transferred to an unknown place, where she was sexually harassed.

The girl’s attempt to escape led to physical grapple between them, and finally to death of the girl. Saudi prince stripped the girl and dropped her out of his car.

This is not the first incident in Saudi Arabia and neither the Last , but due to the Press censorship and Ban on the Human Rights Associations in the Land the Zionist Wahabi Monarchs such news are forbidden and are rarely in the local Media , Only the Free Social and the Independent Media gives coverage to such Mis Deeds of these Canibals

Zionist Wahabi Monarchs who are defacing Islam and are trying to claim the Leadership of the Muslim World , But actually are leading the Pro Zionist Lobby of the Arab Dictators , who happen to be the Rulers of the Muslim Majority Nations , as they were Infested by the Earlier British and the Western Empires , as these British and the Western Rulers have to leave these Nations duefamily to the Uproar in the Muslim World ,So they handed over their rule to the Most Corrupt  , who were ready to do any thing for their Masters , which they have Proved till Now as they have Looted the Wealth of these Nations and at Present They Are giving a Bad Name to the Muslims by on one side creating Mercenaries in the Name of Jihadi who are Beheading none other than the Muslims around the World and  , and on the other Hand  These Monarch are fanning sectarianism and are perfect example of Injustice , as the People of these Nation suffers , while they enjoy all the Luxuries at the cost of the Citizens of these Nations , who are Living Below the Poverty line .

 

The Rape Victim Body of the Saudi Prince Khalid bin Sa’ad bin Abdul Aziz al-Saud

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Charred bodies lie in Cairo mosque, unrecognised by Egyptian state

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Egyptians tour the inside of the charred Rabaah al-Adawiya mosque, where supporters of Egypt's ousted President Mohammed Morsi had a protest camp in Nasr City, Cairo, Egypt, Thursday, Aug. 15, 2013. (AP Photo/Khalil Hamra)

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In a Cairo mosque lie the charred and mutilated bodies of more than 200 Egyptians, apparently uncounted and unacknowledged by the state after security forces crushed Islamist protest camps.

Helpers at the Al-Iman mosque accused the government of ignoring the rows of corpses, laid out in white shrouds to await collection by relatives in a charnel house that looked like the aftermath of a battle from World War One.

Medics pushed burning incense sticks into blocks of ice covering the bodies and sprayed air freshener to cover up the overpowering stench of decay. A cry of “Allahu akbar” (God is Greatest) echoed through a loudspeaker at the back of the mosque.

Those working there said the bodies are not included in the official Health Ministry tally, which they said proved that far more people died on Wednesday than the 525 recorded by the state countrywide when the military-backed government moved against the Muslim Brotherhood of deposed president Mohamed Morsi.

“The ministry won’t acknowledge them, the police won’t acknowledge them,” said Wafaa Hefny, a professor of English literature at Al-Azhar University, who was helping medics at the mosque in northeast Cairo.

A Reuters reporter saw 228 bodies in Al-Iman mosque alone. An exact count was difficult because some were being moved and loaded into coffins for removal. Medics said their count had reached 259.

Some men pulled back the shrouds to reveal the corpses, some charred and with smashed skulls, others riddled with bullet holes in their heads and chests. Women knelt and wept beside some bodies while two men embraced each other and cried by another.

Protesters’ tent cities were set ablaze on Wednesday after the security forces moved in, apparently accounting for the charred state of some of the bodies.

Medics at the scene said the bodies had been moved straight to the mosque from a protest camp nearby. Heba Morayef, Egypt director at Human Rights Watch, said she had counted 235 bodies. “This indicates the toll will be higher,” she added.

Typically, Health Ministry casualty tolls include only bodies that have passed through hospitals, indicating the rows of dead at the mosque are uncounted in any official figures.

Hefny told Reuters that the bodies had been brought from the biggest camp, Rabaa al-Adawiya, by private car. More still lay in the remains of the camp, but security forces were preventing the mosque helpers from retrieving them, she said.

There were even problems getting official certificates to allow the bodies to be buried.

At the mosque, men joined hands to make a linked fence to let families looking for their relatives’ corpses enter and exit. Groups of men bearing coffins streamed down the steps every so often, chanting “There is no God but God”, while women in full face veils and long flowing robes sat by the gate, which was covered with posters of Morsi.

A police helicopter buzzed over the mosque. People pointed at it and chanted “down down with military rule”. Some waved their shoes at the helicopter in a gesture of disdain and defiance. “You dogs!” one man shouted.

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Nazi Peres says ‘surprised’ Lebanon blamed IsraHell for blast

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Day  after  bombing in Beirut’s  Dahiyeh  quarter, president  rejects Michel Suleiman’s accusation that IsraHell was involved during press conference with UN’s Ban Ki-moon

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President Shimon Peres said in a meeting with UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon Friday that he was surprised to learn that the Lebanese president had blamed Israel for Thursday’s Beirut bombing.

On Thursday, Michel Suleiman condemned the explosion in the Dahiyeh quarter saying it had the fingerprints of Israel, and its purpose was to destabilize Lebanon.

Lebanon’s interior minister said Friday the death toll from the powerful car bomb that struck a south Beirut suburb has risen to 22.

Marwan Charbel also says that officials are conducting DNA tests on Friday on body parts discovered near the vehicle that blew up to try to determine whether the explosion was the work of a suicide bomber.

Referring to instability in the Middle East, Peres said that “Bloodshed must be stopped. Israel is not involved and I won’t address specifics.”

Addressing the peace talks between Israel and the Palestinians he said that Europe and the rest of the international community should not put obstacles in the way of the negotiations, remarking that “there are enough problems.”

The president told Ban that he “came at the right time for the right cause” and that his presence was important in convincing leaders on both sides to continue negotiations. Peres noted that restarting the talks was not easy but that despite difficulty and pessimism Israel must proceed with the negotiations.

He said that both Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas should be credited for making the decision to restart negotiations. “None of them can give their people all that they want but they both know what the people need,” he remarked.

He described the first meeting that took place earlier as “not bad.”

Referring to the situation in Syria, Peres told Ban he was glad to hear that the UN had sent inspectors to check for use of chemical weapons, which he said were in danger of falling into al-Qaeda ‘s hands.

He further noted that Iran continues to work towards obtaining a nuclear weapon and supporting two terrorist organizations – Hezbollah and Hamas .

The UN chief said negotiations were the best way to move forward and noted that the fact that the talks remain confidential shows that the sides are serious. He called on both sides to avoid actions that would jeopardize the talks remarking that the people need to see an economic improvement.

Ban further noted that while the situation in Syria and Egypt remains volatile Israel cannot live in fear adding that Israel has much to contribute to the region but that peace requires leadership and compromise.

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Death toll from Egypt violence rises to 638

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Egypt’s interim government panned internationally after hundreds shot down by army, police. Anger is ‘beyond control,’ says Brotherhood spokesman. But many still support crackdown. ‘They are terrorists, what happened was the only logical way to end their sit-ins,’ says citizen

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Supporters of Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood stormed and torched a government building in Cairo on Thursday, while families tried to identify hundreds of mutilated bodies piled in a Cairo mosque a day after they were shot dead by the security forces.

Egypt’s health ministry says 638 people were killed and thousands wounded in the worst day of civil violence in the modern history of the most populous Arab state.

Brotherhood supporters say the death toll is far higher, with hundreds of bodies as yet uncounted by the authorities, whose troops and police crushed protests seeking the return of deposed President Mohamed Morsi.

State television quoted the Interior Ministry as saying the security forces would again use live ammunition to counter any attacks against themselves or public buildings.

International condemnation rained down on Cairo’s military-backed rulers for ordering the storming of pro-Morsi protest camps after dawn on Wednesday, six weeks after the army overthrew the country’s first freely elected leader.

The US State Department said it would review aid to Egypt “in all forms” after President Barack Obama cancelled plans for upcoming military exercises with the Egyptian army, which Washington funds with $1.3 billion in annual aid.

“The United States strongly condemns the steps that have been taken by Egypt’s interim government and security forces,” Obama said in an address from his vacation home on the Massachusetts island of Martha’s Vineyard.

“We deplore violence against civilians. We support universal rights essential to human dignity, including the right to peaceful protest.”

Obama’s Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel later warned Egypt’s army chief that “the violence and inadequate steps towards reconciliation are putting important elements of our longstanding defense cooperation at risk”.

Meanwhile, The US has instructed its citizens to leave Egypt.

Western diplomats have told Reuters that senior US and European officials had been in contact with Egypt’s rulers until the final hour, pleading with them not to order a military crackdown on the protest camps, where thousands of Morsi’s followers had been camped out since before he was toppled.

There were reports of protests on Thursday but no repeat of the previous day’s bloodbath. In Alexandria, Egypt’s second largest city, hundreds marched, chanting: “We will come back again for the sake of our martyrs!”

Brotherhood spokesman Gehad El-Haddad said anger within the 85-year-old Islamist movement, which has millions of supporters across Egypt, was “beyond control”.

“After the blows and arrests and killings that we are facing, emotions are too high to be guided by anyone,” he said.

The Brotherhood has called on followers to march in Cairo later on Thursday, while funeral processions for those who died provide further potential flashpoints over the coming days.

In Cairo, Reuters counted 228 bodies, most of them wrapped in white shrouds, arranged in rows on the floor of the Al-Imam mosque in northeast Cairo, close to the worst of the violence.

The mosque had been converted into a charnel house, resembling the aftermath of a World War One battlefield. Medics pushed burning incense sticks into blocks of ice covering the bodies and sprayed air freshener to cover up the stench.

Some men pulled back the shrouds to reveal badly charred corpses with smashed skulls. Women knelt and wept beside one body. Two men embraced each other and shed tears by another.

The bodies, piled there because morgues and hospitals were full, did not appear to be part of the official tally of 525 killed, which also includes more than 40 police and hundreds killed in clashes outside of the capital.

Several thousand people gathered in the square outside the mosque, chanting: “The army and the police are a dirty hand!”

In the Giza section of Cairo, Morsi supporters set fire to a governorate building, while state television said two police officers were killed in an armed attack on a police checkpoint in the area.

‘Military tyranny’
Army chief General Abdel Fattah al-Sisi removed Morsi from power on July 3 in the wake of huge protests by people frustrated at a lack of progress on economic reform and wary of what they saw as a creeping Islamist power grab.

The subsequent crackdown suggests an end to the open political role of the Brotherhood, which survived underground for decades before emerging as Egypt’s dominant force after autocrat Hosni Mubarak was toppled in a 2011 uprising.

“It’s not about Morsi any more. Are we going to accept a new military tyranny in Egypt or not?” Haddad said.

Shocking scenes, including television footage of unarmed protesters dropping to the ground as security forces opened fire, have been seen around the world.

But many Egyptians stridently support the crackdown and bitterly resent international criticism of the army, underlining how deeply divided society has become.

Churches around the country were attacked and many torched on Wednesday, manifesting the fear of an Islamist backlash among the Christian minority that makes up 10 percent of the population of 85 million.

The authorities and their allies, which control nearly all media inside Egypt, insist those inside the pro-Morsi camps were heavily armed, although international journalists have seen only limited evidence of weapons beyond sticks and rocks.

“The Brotherhood would never agree to a political deal,” said Ismail Khaled, 31-year-old manager in a private company.

“They are terrorists and violent, and what happened was the only logical way to end their sit-ins, which did have weapons and … violent people. Thank God the police ended them. I wish they had done so sooner.”

Cairo and other areas were largely calm overnight after the army-installed government declared a month-long state of emergency and imposed a curfew on the capital and 10 other provinces beginning at 7 pm (1700 GMT) and ending at 6 am The US State Department called for the immediate lifting of the state of emergency on Thursday.

While most large Egyptian companies remained open and shipping sources said the Suez Canal and its ports were operating normally, the stock exchange was closed and the central bank told all banks to stay closed. Some international firms halted production in and around Cairo, including Electrolux and General Motors.

A military source said that while sit-ins like the main one outside the Rabaa al-Adawiya mosque in Cairo would no longer be tolerated, marches may be permitted in spite of the state of emergency.

In other examples of international condemnation, French President Francois Hollande summoned the Egyptian ambassador to demand an immediate halt to the crackdown.

“The head of state asserted that everything must be done to avoid civil war,” the Elysee Palace said in a statement.

In Ankara, Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan called for the UN Security Council to convene quickly and act after what he described as a massacre in Egypt.

“I am calling on Western countries. You remained silent in Gaza, you remained silent in Syria … You are still silent on Egypt. So how come you talk about democracy, freedom, global values and human rights?” he told a news conference.

UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Navi Pillay called on all sides to “step back from the brink of disaster”. Pillay, a former UN war crimes judge, said the death toll pointed to “an excessive, even extreme use of force against demonstrators”.

But the United Arab Emirates, one of several Gulf Arab states that collectively sent $12 billion to fund the interim government, expressed support for the crackdown, saying the Egyptian government had “exercised maximum self-control”.

Back on the streets of Cairo, some spoke of their despair and their fear for the future.

“Yesterday I cried. I think we’re the furthest we’ve ever been from true reform or justice,” said Sara, who declined to give her last name, describing herself as a secular activist.

“I don’t believe that this is going to end in one month. I think is the beginning of another 30 years of military rule.”

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Amid Mideast Arms Race IsraHell Demands More US Weaponry

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US and IsraHell officials in discussions over new 10-year military aid package

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US President Barack Obama and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu share an embrace during their March meeting in Jerusalem. (Photo: AP)United States defense equipment is selling like hotcakes in the Middle East, and Israel is concerned. In light of its neighbors’ growing military arsenals, the country is imploring the U.S., their premier benefactor, to raise their rations so they can be sure to maintain military dominance in the region.

U.S. and Israeli officials are in initial negotiations over a new 10-year military aid package.

As Defense News reports Thursday, the package, which would extend through 2027, is focusing on a “full spectrum of Israeli concerns, including military modernization needs, new threats from regional instability and the erosion of Israel’s so-called qualitative military edge (QME) due to U.S. arms sales in the Mideast.”

Under the existing $30 billion aid agreement, signed in 2007, the need for Israel to maintain an “edge” over their regional adversaries was not directly accounted for. The updated, more “holistic” approach—according to Michael Oren, Israel’s ambassador to the U.S.—will ensure the relative superiority of Israel’s arsenal will become codified in the agreement.

Reporting on what they describe as “Washington’s decades-long, de facto commitment to Israel’s QME,” Defense News continues:

Oren mentioned “very large [US] contracts to the Middle East” that “raise the question of armies having capabilities similar to our own and how we make sure we can maintain our QME.” Nevertheless, the Israeli envoy said Israel is not raising objections to such sales.

Latest available data by the US Congressional Research Service lists $91.9 billion in new US arms agreements to the Near East from 2008 through 2011.

“We understand that if America doesn’t sell these weapons, others will,” Oren said. “We also understand the fact that each of these sales contributes to hundreds or thousands of American jobs. And we have an interest in a strong and vital American economy.”

Israel is also asking that the new accord account for defensive measures such as the nearly $2 billion spent fortifying its borders with Egypt, Lebanon and Syria.

This news comes as the U.S.’s extensive military aid to neighboring Egypt has come under fire following the Egyptian military’s ongoing massacre of supporters of ousted President Mohammed Morsi.

The U.S. provides roughly 1.6 billion dollars, including 1.3 billion dollars in sophisticated weaponry, in annual aid to Egypt.

Plans to begin discussions for the new aid package were initially announced during U.S. President Barack Obama’s recent trip to Israel. “We’ve directed our teams to start working on extending it for the years beyond,” Obama said in a news conference with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

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‘Day of Rage’ Marches in Egypt Despite Threats of ‘Live Fire’

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More bloodshed feared as Muslim Brotherhood and anti-military protests take place nationwide following massacre on Wednesday

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Egyptian Army soldiers stand guard outside the Rabaah al-Adawiya mosque, in the center of the largest protest camp of supporters of ousted President Mohammed Morsi, that was cleared by security forces on Wednesday, leaving hundreds dead. (AP Photo/Hassan Ammar)Anger, sectarian tensions, and fear of continued violence all seem palpable in city streets across Egypt on Friday as “day of rage” marches were called against the military-backed government just two days after a massacre that left over 600 people dead in Cairo.

Reports indicate tightened security nationwide by the army and security forces, but backers of ousted president Mohamed Morsi vowed to march regardless of threats that “live ammunition” would be used by security forces against protesters.

As Friday prayers let out and the marches began, witnesses and journalists near a main bridge in Cairo report the sound of repeated gunfire already underway.

Live coverage via Twitter:

Al-Jazeera reports:

the military forces closed off entrances and exits and roads leading to Cairo’s Tahrir Square with armoured personnel carriers and barbed wire.

The Anwar Sadat metro station in Tahrir Square was shut down as a precautionary measure.

Security forces also closed off all streets leading to Rabaa al-Adawiya mosque.

Armoured personnel carriers had been deployed in several places in central Cairo.

Egyptian state TV reported that the military had deployed troops to guard what it described as vital installations.

Army commanders gave warning that troops would fire at anyone who attacked government buildings.

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Charred bodies lie in Cairo mosque, unrecognised by Egyptian state

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Egyptians tour the inside of the charred Rabaah al-Adawiya mosque, where supporters of Egypt's ousted President Mohammed Morsi had a protest camp in Nasr City, Cairo, Egypt, Thursday, Aug. 15, 2013. (AP Photo/Khalil Hamra)

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In a Cairo mosque lie the charred and mutilated bodies of more than 200 Egyptians, apparently uncounted and unacknowledged by the state after security forces crushed Islamist protest camps.

Helpers at the Al-Iman mosque accused the government of ignoring the rows of corpses, laid out in white shrouds to await collection by relatives in a charnel house that looked like the aftermath of a battle from World War One.

Medics pushed burning incense sticks into blocks of ice covering the bodies and sprayed air freshener to cover up the overpowering stench of decay. A cry of “Allahu akbar” (God is Greatest) echoed through a loudspeaker at the back of the mosque.

Those working there said the bodies are not included in the official Health Ministry tally, which they said proved that far more people died on Wednesday than the 525 recorded by the state countrywide when the military-backed government moved against the Muslim Brotherhood of deposed president Mohamed Morsi.

“The ministry won’t acknowledge them, the police won’t acknowledge them,” said Wafaa Hefny, a professor of English literature at Al-Azhar University, who was helping medics at the mosque in northeast Cairo.

A Reuters reporter saw 228 bodies in Al-Iman mosque alone. An exact count was difficult because some were being moved and loaded into coffins for removal. Medics said their count had reached 259.

Some men pulled back the shrouds to reveal the corpses, some charred and with smashed skulls, others riddled with bullet holes in their heads and chests. Women knelt and wept beside some bodies while two men embraced each other and cried by another.

Protesters’ tent cities were set ablaze on Wednesday after the security forces moved in, apparently accounting for the charred state of some of the bodies.

Medics at the scene said the bodies had been moved straight to the mosque from a protest camp nearby. Heba Morayef, Egypt director at Human Rights Watch, said she had counted 235 bodies. “This indicates the toll will be higher,” she added.

Typically, Health Ministry casualty tolls include only bodies that have passed through hospitals, indicating the rows of dead at the mosque are uncounted in any official figures.

Hefny told Reuters that the bodies had been brought from the biggest camp, Rabaa al-Adawiya, by private car. More still lay in the remains of the camp, but security forces were preventing the mosque helpers from retrieving them, she said.

There were even problems getting official certificates to allow the bodies to be buried.

At the mosque, men joined hands to make a linked fence to let families looking for their relatives’ corpses enter and exit. Groups of men bearing coffins streamed down the steps every so often, chanting “There is no God but God”, while women in full face veils and long flowing robes sat by the gate, which was covered with posters of Morsi.

A police helicopter buzzed over the mosque. People pointed at it and chanted “down down with military rule”. Some waved their shoes at the helicopter in a gesture of disdain and defiance. “You dogs!” one man shouted.

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Venezuela withdraws ambassador from Egypt

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Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro

The Venezuelan president condemned the violence in Egypt and urged the restoration of constitutional order in the country.

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has withdrawn his ambassador from Cairo and called for the reinstatement of Egypt’s ousted President Mohamed Morsi.

Maduro announced the decision on Friday, saying the United States and Israel were behind Morsi’s ouster last month.

“We have witnessed a blood bath in Egypt…We warned that the coup against Morsi was unconstitutional. Morsi was kidnapped and the responsible party for what is occurring in Egypt is the empire, which has its hands in it,” he said.

“The United States doesn’t have friends, it has interests, and what it wants is to control the planet,” Maduro added.

The Venezuelan president condemned the violence in Egypt and urged the restoration of constitutional order in the country.

“We are against a bloodbath in Egypt, it is a setback that is going to cost a lot to our brothers, the Arabic people,” Maduro said.

Egypt has faced international condemnation over the death of almost 640 people who were killed on Wednesday when the security forces cleared protest camps set up by pro-Morsi supporters to demonstrate against his ouster.

On Friday, tens of thousands of Muslim Brotherhood activists and their supporters across the country took part in what the party called the “Day of Rage” against the army and its handpicked government.

The security forces and opponents of the Brotherhood opened fire on Morsi supporters, leaving more than 100 people dead and hundreds more injured in the demonstrations.

The Muslim Brotherhood denounced Friday’s killings, saying the coup leaders had “lost their minds” and were devoid of any ethics and moral values.

It added that the military coup against Morsi has backfired and it was time for the leaders to accept this fact.

Tension has intensified in Egypt since July 3, when army chief Abdel Fattah al-Sisi removed Morsi from office, suspended the constitution and dissolved the parliament.

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Anti-Pakistan Chauvinism in India

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By Sajjad Shaukat

 

Although Indian blame game against Pakistan about violations at the Line of Control (LoC) in Kashmir has hidden purposes, yet it has been creating anti-Pakistan chauvinism.  Even such a phenomenon was also created by Indian rulers in normal circumstances, when in May 1998; New Delhi detonated five nuclear tests, and compelled Pakistan to follow the suit.

However, by acting upon a preplanned scheme, Indian soldiers crossed over the LoC in Kashmir on January 6, this year and attacked a Pakistani check post, killing one Pakistani soldier and injuring many troops. Besides, Indian troops shot dead two Pakistani soldiers on the LoC on January 10 and 15. This practice continued from time to time.

While, in order to justify its open aggression, India concocted a fabricated story of accusing Pakistan Army of killing its five soldiers on August 6, this year, In this regard, Indian External Affairs Minister Salman Khurshid and Defence Minister AK Anthony have blamed Pak Army for the incident on LoC. In this regard, Pakistan Foreign Office and Pak Army sources have strongly denied terming it “baseless and unfounded.”

Earlier, Indian high civilian officials and Indian Army Chief General Bikram Singh had already threatened to retaliate against Pakistan for the alleged killing of its soldiers in fighting near the disputed border of Kashmir, saying, he had asked his commanders there to be aggressive in the face of provocation.

This actually happened in the recent days. While accusing Pak Army of firing along the LoC, Indian troops perennially started unprovoked firing at the LoC in Kashmir including Working Boundary in Sialkot and Nakiyal sector, which killed some civilians. But Indian guns became silence when Pak Army and Rangers responded with equal response.

Meanwhile, on August 13, Indian External Affairs Ministry spokesman Syed Akbaruddin welcomed a recent statement by Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif in which he called for a “new beginning” in relations with India, but said it would not hold talks with Islamabad until issues related to the Line of Control ceasefire violations and the alleged killing of five Indian soldiers were not addressed. It shows although there is no official word on cancellation or otherwise about the proposed Nawaz-Manmohan meeting next month in New York on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly session, yet diplomatic sources are skeptical over the interaction now in the prevailing situation. There is also no chance of Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s proposed visit to Pakistan.

In his address, during India’s Independence Day, Congress-led Indian premier Singh warned Pakistan on August 15 against using its soil for “anti-India activity”, following a fresh escalation of tensions between the nuclear-armed neighbours over a deadly attack on Indian soldiers.

Nevertheless, the ongoing pretext of India is to create obstacle in the way of the new peace process with Pakistan so that Pak-Indian issues like Siachen, Sir Creek, Wullar Barrage, water and especially main dispute of Kashmir remain unresolved. In the past too, New Delhi availed various crises to suspend the process of Pak-India talks. For example, in 2002, under the pretension of terrorist attack on the Indian parliament, India postponed the process of dialogue. Again, in 2008, India suspended the ‘composite dialogue’ under the pretext of Mumbai terror attacks which were in fact, arranged by its secret agency RAW in connivance with the Indian home-grown terrorists.

India and Pakistan had resumed the new phase of talks in March 2009, which were the first structured bilateral talks. But, every time, prime ministers and foreign ministers of the two countries ended their meetings with issuance of positive notes, and vowed that their parleys would pave the way for the settlement of real issues, particularly the core dispute of Kashmir, but the same failed without producing tangible results due to Indian double game.

It is mentionable that Indian adamant stand regarding Pak-India parleys are not without some sinister designs. In this context, India is determined to keep its hold on Kashmir which is considered by it as integrated part of the Indian union. It also wants to blackmail Pakistan by stopping the flow of rivers’ water towards Pakistan as major rivers of our country take origin from the occupied Kashmir.

As a matter of fact, India is only fulfilling the formality through the new phase of talks as Indian rulers also intend to show to the US-led western countries that they are willing to settle all the outstanding disputes with Pakistan including Kashmir dispute. But, New Delhi also seeks to continue state terrorism on the innocent Kashmiris who are waging a ‘war of liberation’ for their legitimate rights as recognised by the UNO.

Now, with rise in tension on LoC, and by manipulating the August 6 incident, Indian rulers, opposition parties, media, particularly news channels have resorted to fanning anti-Pakistan sentiments, war hysteria and jingoism vitiating atmosphere for any constructive engagement in near future.

It is a repeated story in India that whenever any untoward incident happens relating to both the countries directly or indirectly, Indian news channels start an ugly campaign further deteriorating the situation.

Nonetheless, Bharatya Janata Party (BJP) leader Rajnath Singh said that India’s patience was at an end and demanded that all dialogue between India and Pakistan including Confidence Building Measures (CMBs) be stopped after India claimed that Pakistan violated the ceasefire.

Indian Defence Minister AK Antony in his strongly worded statement in Lok Sabha on August 8, clearly exposed Indian designs. In this connection, he allegedly stated “Specialist troops of the Pakistani Army crossed the Line of Control into Indian territory and killed the five Indian soldiers…We all know nothing happens from Pakistan side of the Line of Control without support, assistance, facilitation and often, direct involvement of the Pakistan Army.”

In a strong message to Pakistan, Indian Parliament on July 14 rejected the Pakistan National Assembly resolution, saying it leveled “absolutely baseless and unfounded” allegations against India.” The resolution asserted that Pakistani Army was involved in unprovoked attack” on the LoC.

Besides, some other members of Indian Parliament used tough language against Islamabad. One of them stated that New Delhi should teach a lesson to Pakistan. Another member said that India should even prepare itself for war with Pakistan.

No doubt, Indian media, opposition party BJP and members of civil society have created uproar over the alleged LoC incident. In this context, anti-Pakistan chauvinism in India incited public to take to the streets. The Pakistan High Commission in New Delhi was stormed by supporters of the Congress Party’s Youth Wing, while the Lahore-bound friendship bus was stopped by protestors in Amritsar. And PIA offices in Bombay and New Delhi were also ransacked by extremists of Hindu fundamentalist party, Shiv Sena.

Although, Indian elections are due in 2014 and ruling party Congress and opposition parties including BJP intend to take popular ride in the election campaign by cashing anti-Pakistan sentiments, yet main purpose of New Delhi is to use delaying tactics in settling the real issues with Pakistan including the Kashmir dispute.

But building war hysteria by India among the general masses could never bring both the countries on the line of true friendship. Such irresponsible approach may also result into nuclear war between the two neighbouring countries.

Sajjad Shaukat writes on international affairs and is author of the book: US vs Islamic Militants, Invisible Balance of Power: Dangerous Shift in International Relations

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