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Bankruptcy and Mud by Bassam Tawil

  • “If only we Arabs,” they wrote, “who kill people cruelly and wholesale, cared as much about people as the Jews care about animals.” We often hear Arabs privately saying, “the Zionists have never done to us what we do to ourselves.”


  • Every Palestinian youth knows that the weekly riots at the “traditional friction points” serve as social events, later used by Palestinians operatives for propaganda.

  • As our elders have said for years: “Falastin [‘Palestine’ in Arabic] begins withfalas [bankruptcy] and ends with teen [mud].”

Palestinian bloggers were amazed when Israelis protested the cruel slaughter of chickens in poultry-packing plants, and during epidemics. “If only we Arabs,” they wrote, “who kill people cruelly and wholesale, cared as much about people as the Jews care about animals.”

Civilian cameras often record events of startling cruelty carried out in Arab countries, in areas of conflict. We often hear Arabs privately saying, “The Zionists have never done to us what we do to ourselves.” This is usually said by Syrians, who have hated the Jews for generations, when they give their thanks for the medical treatment they receive in Israel. Despite the hatred fostered by Hamas, after the most recent military operation, many Gazans admitted that the IDF did in fact warn civilians before attacking terrorist targets protected by “human shields.”

The pictures of an armed Israeli soldier who did not strike back when he was viciously attacked by Palestinian women and children in Nebi Saleh, amazed many regional bloggers. “If such a thing had happened to us,” they wrote on Twitter accounts, “the soldier would have killed his attackers without hesitation.”

The pictures of an armed Israeli soldier who did not strike back when he was viciously attacked by Palestinian women and children, amazed many Arab bloggers.

As a Palestinian, I know that such situations are produced by Palestinians whose ability to stage them is professional and I know the source of their income. They cynically exploit the Israeli political “left,” and enlist photographers to document the events for European-funded “Pallywood” media manipulation.

Every Palestinian youth knows that the weekly riots at the “traditional friction points” serve as social events, later used by Palestinians operatives for propaganda. Often, in the finest Hollywood tradition, parties are held after the “conflict action scenes.”

The festivities sometimes include sex and drugs with the blond, blue-eyed volunteers from abroad, to celebrate another successful encounter with the Israeli security forces.

The escalating Palestinian riot routine takes into consideration that risks are few, because of IDF restraint in dealing with “civilians,” as we saw in Nebi Saleh when the Israeli soldier who was attacked and bitten did not respond with gunfire to defend himself. Israel’s restraint only makes the slaughter, rape and expulsion of Muslims at the hands of Muslims seem all the more vicious.

Many of the bankrupt European countries hostile to Israel now find themselves faced with a massive influx of Middle Eastern and African refugees. They are the brothers and sisters of the hundreds of thousands of murdered Muslims and the millions of refugees in tents, with only Allah ( s.w.a.t) to pity and protect them. Many die in leaky boats, in a desperate attempt to reach the safe shores of Europe. Those who do make it safely, join the Muslims in the Islamic enclaves where they have been plotting against their hosts for years.

The West has waited far too long to wake up to the realization that the Palestinian problem is not the cause of regional events. Therefore, The West’s obsession with forcing a “solution” on Israel and the Palestinians will change nothing for the better, it will only expand the catastrophe to the doorstep of Israel and the Palestinian Authority, the only islands of security and stability for Arabs, Christians and Jews in the Middle East.

In the shadow of the calamity of the refugees, we are slowly understanding that the issue of the return of the Palestinians to “Palestine,” which we hang on to so frantically, is an anachronistic, politically manipulated mirage. There is nothing to be done but settle the descendants of the original Palestinian refugees as part of the overall settlement of all the Middle Eastern refugees — if, that is, our Arab brothers ever succeed in extricating themselves from the swamp of the “Arab Spring.”

What is strange is that the Gulf States, particularly Saudi Arabia and Qatar, which fund Islamic terrorism and pay the salaries of the radical clerics who incite murder and destruction, are silent when it comes to accepting refugees into their countries. Saudi Arabia has hundreds of thousands of empty, air-conditioned tents at its disposal, used only during the hajj pilgrimage. They could help shelter the millions of Sunni Muslim Syrian and Iraqi refugees. But Saudi Arabia does not open its gates to them, not even to a small number.

Now, by accusing each other for our refusal, hesitation and rejection of every proposal that might bring the Israelis to the negotiating table, we have finally managed to put an end to the “problem of Palestine.” As our elders have said for years: “Falastin [‘Palestine’ in Arabic] begins with falas [bankruptcy] and ends with teen [mud].”

 

Bangladesh: Tipping Farther Toward Fundamentalist Islam? by Ruthie Blum

  • As soon as the statue of “Lady Justice,” blindfolded and holding a scale, was erected in the Bangladeshi capital, fundamentalist groups began to protest, on the grounds that the piece of art was “un-Islamic” and constituted idol-worship.

  • Since 2013, dozens of people have been slaughtered, many with machetes. Although ISIS claimed responsibility for many of the brutal killings, no formal investigation into the murders was ever launched.
  • Instead, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina took the opportunity to arrest more than 11,000 people, only 145 of whom were Islamist terrorists. The rest were charged with crimes such as theft and drug-dealing, indicating that it might have been part of Hasina’s crackdown on critics since her election in 2008.

The arrest on May 26 of 140 secular activists in Bangladesh is the latest in a string of incidents indicating a disturbing shift towards Islamic fundamentalism in the East Asian parliamentary democracy.

The activists were rounded up by police during a demonstration against the government’s removal of a statue outside the Supreme Court building in the capital city, Dhaka. They were charged not only with holding an illegal gathering and obstructing justice, but with the attempted murder of the law enforcement agents dispatched to quell the protest.

The statue was a depiction of “Lady Justice” — the Greek goddess Themis (and Roman Justitia), blindfolded and holding a scale — this one wearing a sari. As soon as the iconic, universal symbol of jurisprudence was erected last December in the Bangladeshi capital, fundamentalist groups began to protest, on the grounds that the piece of art was “un-Islamic” and constituted idol-worship.

The Supreme Court of Bangladesh, in Dhaka. (Image source: F2416/Wikimedia Commons)

Although secularism is enshrined in the constitution of Bangladesh, a Muslim-majority country, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has been accused — with good reason — of accommodating Hefazat-e-Islam, an Islamist lobby group comprised of madrassah educators and students, which has called for the enacting of blasphemy laws. The group’s leader, Allama Shafi, is infamous for demanding the death penalty for atheists and anyone defaming Islam. He is also known for referring to women in derogatory terms, while urging parents not to educate their daughters past the fourth or fifth grade.

In a meeting in early April with Shafi and other Islamic scholars and imams, Prime Minister Hasina not only succumbed to the demand that Lady Justice be taken down, but said that she herself had been unhappy about its placement outside the Supreme Court. Within a few weeks, the statue was being taken down — in the middle of the night.

The ensuing protest in the streets and on social media by Bangladeshis bent on maintaining their country’s separation between mosque and state turned out to be effective, however, in spite of the mass detention of demonstrators. On Sunday evening, the statue was returned, albeit a few hundred yards from its original location, in a place less visible to the public.

Shafi’s response was both swift and sharp. “Do not play with our religious beliefs, national spirit and heritage,” he said, aiming his anger at the government. “Do not push the country towards the curse of Allah through such anti-Islamic activities.”

Indian journalist and managing director of Republic TV Arnab Goswami wrote on Sunday that Hasina’s accommodation of Shafi and his Islamist cohorts should come as no surprise, given the country’s political trends in general, and Hasina’s maneuvers in particular.

Goswami cites, for example, the government’s recent capitulation to Hefazat-e-Islam’s demand that certain secular content be removed from Bandladeshi textbooks. In January this year, that demand was met by the Bangladeshi Education Ministry, which deleted more than two dozen pieces of literature written by non-Muslims from elementary school books. The government then announced that it was distributing the new books for free, causing many parents and teachers to consider the move political — to curry favor with Hefazat-e-Islam and garner votes from all sides in the next general election, slated for late 2018/early 2019.

Despite denials on the part of the National Curriculum and Textbook Board that Hefazat-e-Islam was behind the editorial changes, altering the public-school curriculum had been listed in the group’s 2013 13-point plan — a list of demands — for bringing Sharia law to Bangladesh, along with a threat that if Hasina’s government did not comply, it would not be able to maintain its power and would lose the next election. In addition, Shafi happily took credit for the new books. “After our long struggle and rally,” he said, “the authorities could finally understand the gravity of the issue and brought changes in the textbooks.”

This is mild compared to the Bangladeshi government’s timid reaction to a spate of violent Islamist attacks on secular intellectuals, bloggers, religious minorities and LGBT activists, which have been carried out during the past four years. Since 2013, dozens of people have been slaughtered, many with machetes. Although ISIS claimed responsibility for many of the brutal killings, no formal investigation into the murders was ever launched.

Instead, Hasina took the opportunity to arrest more than 11,000 people, only 145 of whom were Islamist terrorists. The rest were charged with crimes such as theft and drug-dealing, indicating that it might have been part of Hasina’s crackdown on critics since her election in 2008. To thwart her decades-long arch-rival, Khaleda Zia, Hasina dismantled the caretaker electoral system and began taking steps to consolidate her authoritarian rule. These, according to the Asia-Pacific current affairs magazine The Diplomat, have included silencing her critics by attacking the media and accusing opposition parties of being behind the slayings, such as that of an LGBT magazine editor in April 2016.

The statue of Lady Justice may have been restored to what should be its rightful place outside the Supreme Court, but the incident highlights the broader issue of how increasingly hard it is for justice to be preserved in a Muslim-majority country where fundamentalists are gaining momentum.

Ruthie Blum is a journalist and author of “To Hell in a Handbasket: Carter, Obama and the ‘Arab Spring.'”

Bangladesh: All about Israel-Hating by Sebastian Bustle

  • Everyone shook hands and greeted each other courteously, but Aslam Chowdhury came under fire in Bangladesh after the photographs of the two men together were published on Safadi’s Facebook page, and then picked up by Bangladeshi media. On May 15, police detectives arrested Chowdhury for alleged “involvement in a plot to oust the Bangladesh government with the support of Israeli intelligence Mossad.”

  • Salah Uddin Shoaib Choudhury, a Bangladeshi journalist, was sentenced in 2014 to seven years in prison, allegedly for trying to travel to Israel, to speak on the rise of Islamic militancy in his country, and how madrassahs (Islamic religious schools) are being used to spawn militants.
  • Bangladesh has no diplomatic relations with Israel. It is a country where Jews and Israeli people are being cursed in every Friday sermon, from more than 250,000 mosques.

Israel, the Mossad and Jews, seen as one, are now a political issue in Bangladesh politics. Accusations and denials about “Israel and Mossad connections” are going on among the rival political parties and leaders. Both the government and largest opposition party, Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP), have been trying to cash in on the existing antagonistic sentiment against Israel among the country’s 90%-Muslim population.

Bangladesh has no diplomatic relations with Israel. It is a country where Jews and Israeli people are being cursed in every Friday sermon, from more than 250,000 mosques. Imams across the country shout before the Friday prayer’s sermon audience that Jewish people are infidels.

The latest dirty game of Israel-hating began in early May. A Bangladeshi politician, Aslam Chowdhury, who is a Joint General Secretary of the BNP, visited the Indian capital of Delhi and the historic city of Agra, where he met Mendi N. Safadi, reportedly a member of Israel’s Likud party.[1] Everyone shook hands and greeted each other courteously, but Aslam Chowdhury came under fire in Bangladesh after the photographs of the two men together were published on Safadi’s Facebook page, and then picked up by Bangladeshi media.

On May 15, police detectives arrested Chowdhury for alleged “involvement in a plot to oust the Bangladesh government with the support of Israeli intelligence Mossad.” Bangladesh’s Prime Minister, Sheikha Hasina, accused two political parties, BNP and Jamaat-e Islami Bangladesh of being “so desperate that they are now conspiring with Israel to oust me… They have joined hands with those who are frequently killing children and women in Palestine.”

The Bangladesh Nationalist Party heavily depends on religious Muslim supporters, and Jamaat-e Islami Bangladesh is an Islamist political party that believes in Islamic revolution.

This photo of Bangladeshi politician Aslam Chowdhury (center) with Israeli Mendi Safadi (left) led to Chowdhury’s arrest for alleged “involvement in a plot to oust the Bangladesh government with the support of Israeli intelligence Mossad.” (Image source: Mendi N. Safadi)

Chowdhury’s party, the BNP, expressed embarrassment. One of the party’s standing committee members said,

“This is a very serious issue that a BNP leader has held a meeting with an Israeli leader. It goes against our national values as well as our party policy, as Bangladesh does not have any relation with Israel. This type of meeting will send a wrong signal to our friendly Muslim countries and it may also damage BNP’s image at home and abroad.”

Chowdhury did not deny his meeting with Safadi, but claimed that the meeting was accidental. On May 26, nine days after his arrest, police filed charges of sedition against Aslam Chowdhury. The Inspector General of Bangladesh Police said, “Initial investigations found evidence of conspiracy with the leaders of Israel’s Likud party to destabilize the country in an effort to damage the government’s image.”

Safadi, for his part, said in an interview with BBC Bangla, “It is illogical that some people who hatch a conspiracy against a government at a public program then post their photographs on Facebook.”

The Bangladeshi media labelled Safadi a “Mossad agent,” and a senior Israeli official. But he is neither. He is a former aide to Ayoub Kara, a Druze MP from the Likud party who serves as a deputy cabinet minister.

Aslam Chowdhury is not the first victim of Israel-hating in Bangladesh, a Sunni Muslim-dominated country. Salah Uddin Shoaib Choudhury, a Bangladeshi journalist, was sentenced in 2014 to seven years in prison, allegedly for trying to travel to Israel, to speak on the rise of Islamic militancy in his country, and how madrassahs (Islamic religious schools) are being used to spawn militants.

Sebastian Bustle is based in Southeast Asia.

Bagiye kwishyira hamwe ngo barwanye ubwami bw’Urwanda.

Uko iminsi igenda ishira ninako leta iyobowe na fpr,igenda ihura n’imbaraga zikomeye zabatavuga rumwe nayo,ariko igikomeye muri byose kandi kingorobahizi,n’uburyo ubwami bwashenywe mu Rwanda,bumaze imyaka n’imyaniko bwicecekeye,none muri’iyi minsi ikibazo cy’ubwami cyikaba kirimo kugenda kirushaho gusobanuka,ndetse alinako abanyarwanda bagenda batahura ikinyoma cya repubulika ko burya repubulika yo mu Rwanda yabagaho itemewe namategeko.


Ibi bikaba byezwa nizi nyzndiko leta y’uRwanda ilimo kugenda icisha muri za maneko zabahutu,zemeye kugurisha gakond yazo,nyuma yoguhura n’inzara nk’iya Esau yahuye nayo akemera kugurisha umugabane we,w’imfura,bigatuma ahabwa ibishyimbo birimo inyanya byari bifite isupu y’umutuku,maze aba agurishije gakondo ye ,kubera inzara y’umunsi umwe gusa!?.

Izi nyandiko zigaragaza icyifuzo cya leta y’Urwanda,zirandikwa nibinyamakuru bitavuga rumwe na Kigali byiyemeje gukorera amafaranga mu itangaza makuru,aho gukorera abanyarwanda.Nk’uko twabibagejejeho ibi binyamakuru nk’uko bikurikira:ikazeiwacu.fr,inumanews.com.veritasinfo.fr,byiyemeje gukorera leta y’uRwanda bikaba biyoborwa bikanahabwa amabwirizwa n’ikigo cy’ubutasi bw’Urwanda gikorera hanze National Security Service NSS.

 

Arikose ibi byifuzo bizakunda?kubera ko,abarepubulike bose muri rusange ikinyoma cyabo cyamaze kujya ahagaragara binyuze ku kinyamakuru inyangenews.com,bitumye yaba leta cyangwa abatavuga rumwe nayo barenga ibibatandukanya bemera gusangira umugati kugirango bishyire hamwe barwanye ubwami bw’Urwanda bwemewe namategeko burimo kugenda bugaragaza ukuli kubyabaye bikozwe nabazungu bitwaje agatsiko gato kibisambo kitwa abarepubulike.

 

Ngaho nimwisomere namwe icyifuzo cyanyujijwe kukinyamakuru inumanews.com kugirango barebe icyo abanyarwanda babivugaho,ibi bikaba bigaragaza neza uburyo ikibazo cy’uRwanda giteye gishingiye kubinyoma,none babaonye ko,akaba kageze bati twese abarepubulike yaba abo tutumvikana twemere twishyiore hamwe turebe ko,twarwanya ubwami bugendera ku itegeko nshinga,byaba Atari ibyo twese tuzabihomberamo kubera ubwami bwemewe bwamaze guhaguruka bukaba burimo gushyira ahagaragara inyandiko tudashobora kuvuguruza kubera ko,izo nyandiko zuzuyemo ukuri kose kubyabaye ibyo twakoreye ubwami n’Umwami w’Urwanda KIgeli V Ndahindurwa.

 

RWANDA: IBISABWA ABAKURU B’ AMASHYAKA NA SOCIÉTÉ CIVILE MU GUTEGURA IHINDUKA RY’ UBUTEGETSI MU RWANDA.

Ibisabwa abakuru b’ amashyaka na société civile mu gutegura ihinduka ry’ ubutegetsi mu Rwanda. Hari uburyo bwinshi bwo guhindura ubutegetsi : Inzira y’ amahoro:
1 . Binyuze mu nzira y ’imishyikirano
2 . Binyuze mu nzira ya Demokarasi n ’amatora adafifitse Inzira imena amaraso :
1 . Binyuze muri Coup d’ Etat cyane cyane ikozwe na bamwe mu ngabo z’ igihugu
2 . Binyuze muri revolution ya rubanda
3 . Binyuze mu ntambara y ’imbunda n ’amasasu Mu mateka y ’u Rwanda kugeza ubu, ihinduka ry’ubutegetsi ryagiye rirangwa n ’ inzira imena amaraso : Revolution yo muri 1959 , Coup d ’Etat yo muri 1973 n ’intambara yatejwe na FPR  Inkotanyi muri ’ 90-1994 . Aho FPR -Inkotanyi ifatiye ubutegetsi
muri 1994, nkuko byagiye bigaragazwa n ’ibinyamakuru , amashyaka atavuga rumwe na Leta n ’imiryango iharanira uburenganzira bw ’ikiremwa muntu ; ingoma yayo irangwa : n ’ubutabera budahagije , itotezwa ry’abatavuga rumwe n’ ubutegetsi kutubahiriza uburenganzira bw ’ikiremwa muntu, kwirundaho
umutungo w ’igihugu ukoresheje amayere anyuranye, n’ ibindi n ’ibindi.


Iyo miterere y’ ubutegetsi buriho ikaba yarahagurukije
abanyarwanda b ’intwari banze kuba ingaruzwa muheto cyangwa kuyoborwa butama; gufata iya mbere , barwanya ku mugaragaro ubutegetsi buriho kugirango mu Rwanda hajyeho ubutegetsi bugendera kuri demokarasi , bwubaha umunyarwanda uwo ari
we wese kandi bugendera ku mategeko ari nta muntu n’ umwe wishyize hejuru y ’amategeko kabona nubwo yaba ari umukuru w ’igihugu.


Abanyarwanda rero dufite amahitamo, gukomeza guhindura
ubutegetsi dukoresheje inzira imena amaraso cyangwa guhindura ubutegetsi dukoresheje inzira y ’amahoro . Njye ku giti cyanjye
ndahitamo inzira y’amahoro . Ari nayo mpanvu nashatse gutanga ibitekerezo byanjye kuri bimwe
mu bigomba gukorwa kugirango uwo mugambi ugerweho.


Icya mbere: Gushyira hamwe kw ’amashyaka atavuga rumwe
n ’ubutegetsi buriho Gushyira hamwe kw ’amashyaka atavuga rumwe ntibivuze kunvikana kuli byose. Ariko hagomba kugira iby ’ingenzi
bumvikanaho, bagakusanya ingufu zabo zose kugira ngo bikorwe.

 
Ibyo amashyaka agomba gukorera hamwe:
Campagne médiatique et diplomatique bien étudiée et bien planifiée ( 2015- 2017) Gushyiraho radio ya opposition yunvikanira mu Rwanda no mu bihugu duhana imbibe Gutegura no kumvikana kw’ itegeko nshinga igihugu cyagenderaho haramutse habaye ihinduka ry’ubutegetsi Gutegura no kumvikana kw’ itegeko rigenga amatora mu Rwanda Gutegura no gusaba inama igomba guhuza Leta y ’u Rwanda n ’amashyaka atavuga rumwe nayo yaba ayo hanze cyangwa ayo mu gihugu kugirango bumvikane ku mitegekere y ’igihugu  Gutegura iseswa ry’inzego za Polise n ’iz ’ingabo ziriho ubu , no gushyiraho imitwe mishya y ’ingabo na polise abanyarwanda bose bibonamo Gutegura ishyirwaho rya “ Commission Nationale de Transparence ’’ igomba gushyiraho uburyo abantu bagomba kubona akazi muri Leta hadakoreshejwe ruswa,ikimenyane, ironda akoko cyangwa ironda karere Gukomeza gusaba , ishyirwaho ry’urukiko mpuzamahanga rugomba kuburanisha  abakekwaho kuba barahanuye indege ya Habyalimana, abakekwaho gukora genocide y ’abahutu kuva muri 1994 n ’abakekwaho ubwicanyi bwakorewe aba Kongomani mu ntambara zimaze iminsi zibera mu ntara ya Kivu Gushaka inkunga iyo ari yo yose mu bihugu by’amahanga cyane cyane ibyo duturanye n ’ibyo mu gace ka Afrika.

Icya kabiri:

 

Gushyira hamwe kwa société civile zihangayikishijwe n ’ ibibera mu Rwanda Ibyo imiryango ya société civile yakorera z ’ihohoterwa ry’ikiremwa muntu mu Rwanda Gu sensibiliza imiryango mpuza mahanga ikora nkibyo bakora ku bibazo by’ ubutabera buke , ubukene , ihohoterwa no kutubahiriza uburenganzira bw ’ikiremwa bibera mu Rwanda Gutegura kugira uruhare mu nama igomba guhuza Leta y ’u Rwanda n ’amashyaka atavuga rumwe hamwe: Campagne médiatique bien planifiée ( 2014- 2017)            Gukusanya no ku documenta za evidences nayo yaba ari akorera mu gihugu cyangwa akorera hanze Icya gatatu: Gutangira kwiga umushinga wo kuzakoresha amatora electroniques mu Rwanda muri 2017.

Gukoresha amatora adafifitse n ’imwe mu nzira ishobora kuzana ihinduka
ry’ ubutegetsi mu Rwanda binyuze mu nzira z ’amahoro. Amatora adafifitse yagerwaho
ate ?


Hakoreshejwe iterambere rya Internet u Rwanda rumaze
kugeraho, amashyaka atavuga rumwe na Leta y ’u Rwanda afatanije na société civile nyarwanda , bagomba kwiga umushinga wo gukoresha amatora hakoreshejwe utwuma tugiye kumera nka cellulaire bashyiramo application y ’amatora ; kuburyo baduha abaturage akaba ari two bakoresha , bagatora nta wubahagarikiye cyangwa ngo abatere ubwoba.


Uko umuturage atoye , ijwi rye rigahita ryiyandika
(instantanement ) kuri serveur central national nayo igomba gutanga résultats y’amatora instantanement uko agenda  yinjira .Ubwo bimwe mu byakwigwa kuri uwo mushinga w ’amatora electroniques n ’ibi : Gushaka impuguke mu bya informatique zakora
application y’ amatora;


Gusaba impuguke zigakorautwuma tudahenze tujya kumera
nka cellulaires dushobora gukoreshwa mu matora ;Gushaka financement y’ uwo mushinga – Kwamamaza uwo mushinga muri Nations Unies , mu  muryango w’ ubumwe bw’ Afrika, mu miryango mpuzamahanga nka Transparency International , n ’iyindi myinshi iharanira demokarasi.


Ibi ni ibitekerezo by ’ibanze .adafifitse
ishobotse Mfunguye débat kugira ngo namwe mutange ibitekerezo byanyu turebe ibishoboka n ’ibidashoboka. Uyu ni umushinga ugomba kwigwaho witondewe n ’impuguke mu bya informatique. Ariko urakenewe kandi urihutirwa . Iyi projet y ’amatora electroniques mu Rwanda, yaba intanga rugero kuburyo yajya ikoreshwa n’ ahandi mu bindi bihugu bishaka guhindura ubutegetsi mu nzira y’ amahoro .

 

Inzira y ’intambara yagombye gukoreshwa gusa, igihe bigaragaye ko inzira zose z ’amahoro zishoboka zageragejwe bikananirana. Ndashaka kurangiza iyi nyandiko nshimira abanyarwanda bose bitabiriye politike bagamije ihinduka ry’ ubutegetsi mu Rwanda binyuze mu nzira z ’amahoro . Nkaba mboneyeho gushimira cyane cyane abanyapolitike bakoranye na FPR inkotanyi, cyane cyane usanga muri RNC , bagize ubutwari bwo kwitandukanya n ’iyo ngoma aho baboneye ko FPR iri mu kujyana
igihugu mu nzira itaboneye abanyarwanda n ’ u Rwanda.
Jotham Rwamiheto
Montreal, Canada.

Backstage at Turkey’s Shotgun Wedding with Israel by Burak Bekdil

  • There are two major problems that will probably block a genuine normalization of relations between Turkey and Israel. One is Hamas, and the other is the seemingly irreversible anti-Semitism that most Turks devour.Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has claimed more than once that Hamas is not a terrorist group but a legitimate political party.

  • Erdogan came up with the idea that Zionism should be declared a “crime against humanity.”

There is every indication that Turkey and Israel are not far away from normalizing their troubled diplomatic relations. According to Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu, for instance, the former allies are “one or two meetings” away from normalization.

If, however, Ankara and Jerusalem finally shake hands after six years of cold war, it will be because Turkey feels increasingly isolated internationally, not because it feels any genuine friendship for the Jewish nation.

In all probability, the “peace” between Turkey and Israel will look like the definition of peace in Ambrose Bierce’s The Devil’s Dictionary: “In international affairs, a period of cheating between two periods of fighting” — despite the backdrop for peace looking incredibly (but mischievously) convenient. On May 29, a Jewish wedding ceremony was held in a historical synagogue in the northwestern province of Edirne for the first time in 41 years. A few months before that, in December, the Jewish year 5776 went down in history possibly as the first time in which a public Hanukkah candle-lighting ceremony was held in Muslim Turkey in a state-sponsored event. All that is nice — but can be misleading.

There are two major problems that will probably block a genuine normalization. One is Hamas, and the other is the seemingly irreversible anti-Semitism which most Turks devour.

In a powerful article from this month, Jonathan Schanzer forcefully reminded the world that although Saleh Arouri, a senior Hamas military leader, was expelled from his safe base in Istanbul, “… many other senior Hamas officials remain there. And their ejection from Turkey appears to be at the heart of Israel’s demands as rapprochement talks near completion.”

Schanzer says that there are ten Hamas figures currently believed to be enjoying refuge in Turkey, and he names half a dozen or so Hamas militants there, including Mahmoud Attoun, who was found guilty of the kidnapping and murder of a 29-year-old Israeli. Also enjoying safe haven in Turkey are three members of the Izzedine al-Qassam brigades. Schanzer adds that,

“There are a handful more that can be easily identified in the Arabic and Turkish press, and nearly all of them maintain profiles on Facebook and Twitter, where they regularly post updates on their lives in Turkey.”

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has claimed more than once that Hamas is not a terrorist group but a legitimate political party. He has held innumerable meetings with senior Hamas officials including Khaled Mashaal, head of its political bureau. In addition, Erdogan came up with the idea that Zionism should be declared a “crime against humanity.”

Turkish President (then Prime Minister) Recep Tayyip Erdogan, right, meeting with Hamas leaders Khaled Mashaal (center) and Ismail Haniyeh on June 18, 2013, in Ankara, Turkey. (Image source: Turkey Prime Minister’s Press Office)

Anti-Semitism, as mentioned, is the other problem. Erdogan deliberately spread anti-Semitic sentiments to an already xenophobic society until he decided to go (relatively) silent when he recently realized that Turkey’s cold war with Israel was not sustainable. This does not mean that his or Turkish society’s views regarding Jews have changed.

Earlier this year, for instance, one of Erdogan’s chief advisors appeared in pro-government media to attack political rivals as “raising soldiers for the Jews.” This sentiment is not confined to government big guns.

The first Jewish wedding at Edirne synagogue after 41 years was, no doubt, a merry event, both for the Turkish Jewish couple and politically, but it failed to mask the ugly side of the coin. Unlike a normal Turkish wedding (or, say, a Jewish wedding in the U.S.), unusually tight security measures were taken in the neighborhood around the synagogue, including the closure of roads leading to the synagogue and security searches of the wedding guests. The guests had to go through a metal detector at the door of the synagogue. Road closures and a metal detector for a wedding?!

There was more. Turks happily expressed their feelings in social media to “celebrate” the Jewish wedding. “One of my biggest dreams is to kill a Jew,” wrote one Twitter user. “[Hitler] did not do it in vain,” wrote another. The Hitler series went on with “He was a great man,” “Where are you Hitler?” and “We are all Hitler.”

This is the backstage scene in the country where a Jewish couple happily married at a synagogue for the first time in 41 years — the same country supposedly to “normalize” its ties with Israel.

Burak Bekdil, based in Ankara, is a Turkish columnist for the Hürriyet Daily and a Fellow at the Middle East Forum.

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