Muslimer demonstrerer for sig selv

Der blev forleden demonstreret til fordel for de civile i Gaza på Københavns Rådhusplads

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Billedet er fra Facebooksiden Muslim i Danmark, hvor man udover at se Hamasflaget

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Ja, ham Allah snakker dårligt om meget. Bag demonstrationen stod ikke overraskende Pal-Ung, Free Gaza Danmark, Nej til Krig, Human Rights March, Palæstina-Initiativet og Palæstina Fredsvagter. Men også noget så eksotisk som ”Copenhagen Queer Festival - Queers for Palestine“. Hvor ville man egentlig helst være queer, hvis man havde valget mellem Gaza og Israel? Nå, men det skal ikke forstyrre de dejlige billeder.

Men hverken Pal-Ung, Free Gaza Danmark, Nej til Krig, Human Rights March, Palæstina-Initiativet og Palæstina Fredsvagter eller det eksotiske Copenhagen Queer Festival - Queers for Palestine, demonstrerer imod udviklingen i Pakistan, som man kan læse om i India Times

The number of displaced people from North Waziristan, where the Pakistan army has launched a major anti-terror operation, has almost doubled to over 900,000 in the last few days.

Most of them complain of official apathy and are living in terrible conditions without basics facilities in tents and slums in Bannu, 371km southwest of Islamabad.

The misery of Arshad Daur (38) mirrors that of other displaced people. He left his village along with his ailing mother, three sisters-in-law and their five kids in haste when it was targeted in aerial strikes few days ahead of the mass exodus. They left everything behind.

Like many tribesmen, Daur’s three brothers work in the Middle East while he looks after their wives and kids. It took over 25 hours for them to cover their journey from Dande Darpakhel to Bannu.

Og Pal-Ung, Free Gaza Danmark, Nej til Krig, Human Rights March, Palæstina-Initiativet og Palæstina Fredsvagter eller det eksotiske Copenhagen Queer Festival - Queers for Palestine, støtter kurdernes selvstændighed, der ellers hele tiden bliver modarbejdet af de stedlige tyranner, som man kan læse i BasNews

Iran has warned Kurdish political parties, particularly Gorran (Change Movement) and Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK) that they will close the border crossings with the Kurdistan Region if they step towards independence, and will refuse any replacement for Iraqi PM Nouri al Maliki.

A close Iranian source revealed to London-based Al-Hayat Newspaper that the Iranian Ambassador to Iraq Hassan Danie met with leaders of the PUK and Gorran parties. In the meeting, the parties discussed two points: first, helping the Iraqi Army to regain control of the areas that are under the Islamic Stated of Iraq and Sham (ISIS) militants power; second, the ambassador warned the Kurds against any attempts to declare independence.

The source explained that “[Iran’s] message was harsh and powerful. The Iranian Ambassador informed the Kurds about the disagreement of Iranian leaders for Kurdish independence. They have asked the PUK and Gorran [that have close ties with Iran] to take a clear stance. They have also told Kurds that Iraq’s constitution has given self-determining rights to Kurds within the scope of the federal system.”

Iranian leaders believe that Kurdish independence in Iraq is a red line and they will not accept it under any circumstances.  Iranian representatives have made it clear to to the Gorran and PUK parties that: “Kurdish independence will be seen as a political threat to Iran. Kurdish independence in Iraq will affect the Kurdish people living in Iran.”

Men der handler det selvfølgelig heller ikke om jøder. Pal-Ung, Free Gaza Danmark, Nej til Krig, Human Rights March, Palæstina-Initiativet og Palæstina Fredsvagter eller det eksotiske Copenhagen Queer Festival - Queers for Palestine, demonstrerer imod Israels naboers praktisering af muslimske love, som her i Syrien, hvor en mand piskes for at holde åbent i ramadanen

Og Pal-Ung, Free Gaza Danmark, Nej til Krig, Human Rights March, Palæstina-Initiativet og Palæstina Fredsvagter eller det eksotiske Copenhagen Queer Festival - Queers for Palestine demonstrerer imod korsfæstelser af folk, der forlader islam

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Og de tusindvis af kristne der følgeligt flygter fra muslimernes grusomheder demonstrerer Pal-Ung, Free Gaza Danmark, Nej til Krig, Human Rights March, Palæstina-Initiativet og Palæstina Fredsvagter eller det eksotiske Copenhagen Queer Festival - Queers for Palestine heller ikke for

The UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) is estimating that as many as 10,000 Christians have been forced to flee their homes in northern Iraq since ISIS’ takeover of the region. Many of them are taking up refuge in schools, most of which have no air conditioning or showers. The UNHCR is partnering with local charities to provide food, water and hygiene kits, but in a region where temperatures often soar over 104 degrees F, resources are stretched thin. Many of the refugees are in dire need of medical attention.

These refugees join the some 1.2 million who have fled Iraq due to escalating violence. The UNHCR estimates that the cost of caring for them will be about $64.2 million. So far, they have raised about eight percent. You can help by donating here

Men  ”Torsdag den 17. juli står en gruppe privatpersoner, herunder Modkraft-blogger Farhiya Khalid, bag en demonstration med parolen »Solidaritet med Palæstina - Stop den kollektive afstraffelse«.”

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