Faallo: Taariikhda Somaliweyn iyo Dhibaatada Ay Ku Hayso Somalia Maanta
Arbaco, June 12, 2019 – Moment Media ethics -Ummadaha Afrika, Aasiya, iyo Laatiin Ameerika waxay ka gilgisheen Gumasigii Reer Yurub ee ku habsaday taariikho kala duwanaa iskana rideen heeryadii gumeysiga. Kacdoonadii iyo halgamadii xornimadoonka ahaa ee ka kacay Afrika iyo Caaalamka Carabta kontameeyadii iyo lixdameeyadii (1950s and 1960s) waxay ku salaysnaayeen hilow wadaninimo iyo himilo weyn. Qaar ka mid ah dadyowgii gumaystuhu kala qaybiyay waxay hiyiga ku hayeen inay midoobaan oo la hoos keeno hal calan iyo hal dawlad. Dalalka Carabta waxaa ka jiray aragtida Carabweyn oo hayd in la mideeyo dalalka Carabta taas oo uu hormood ka ahaa dalka Masar oo uu hoggaaminayay Jamaal Cabdi Naasir. In kasta oo madaxdii kala geddisanayd ee Carabtu ay
dhabarka u jeedisay Falsafaddii Carabweyn xukun jacayl iyo qabyaalad awgeed, ayaa waxaa haddana madaxweyne Jamaal Cabdinaasir ku guullaystay sannadkii 1958 inuu mideeyo dalalka Masar iyo Suuriya. Midowgaas ma raagin oo waxa uu burburay 1961 markii Suuriya ka baxday si lama filaan ah, sidaasna waxaa ku fashilmay Aragtidii Carabweyn ee bilowga ahayd.
“Oggi i socialisti italiani hanno perso un grande compagno. È con il cuore colmo di tristezza che esprimo profondo cordoglio per la scomparsa di Gianni De Michelis e con affetto ci uniamo al dolore dei suoi familiari”. Così in un post su Facebook, il segretario del Psi, Enzo Maraio, non appena appresa la scomparsa di Gianni De Michelis, già dirigente del Psi di lungo corso. Aveva 78 anni.
Nato a Venezia laureato in Chimica industriale, è stato docente universitario. La sua carriera politica inizia nel 1964. Nel 1969 diviene componente della direzione socialista e poi responsabile nazionale dell’organizzazione del partito. Dal 1976 al 1993 è stato deputato del Psi, più volte ministro: alle Partecipazioni statali, poi ministro del Lavoro e della previdenza sociale durante i due governi presieduti da Bettino Craxi. È stato vice presidente del Consiglio e ministro degli Affari esteri.
Nicholas Haysom, Special Representative of the United Nations Secretary-General for Somalia, has been asked by the Somalia government to leave the country.
“The decision came after the highest U.N. diplomat in Somalia violated the agency’s standards and the international diplomatic norms by intervening the national sovereignty of Somalia,” according to the statement published by the government-controlled media.
The statement gave no further details.
Human rights a concern
On Monday, the U.N. ambassador urged the Somali government to safeguard human rights.
In a letter, Haysom urged Somali authorities to “exercise its authority in conformance with the law and provide explanation about the atrocities committed in Baidoa last month and the detention of Mukhtar Robow.”
Robow, a former al-Shabab leader, was arrest by the Somali government security forces last month. He also was excluded from elections in the South West Region of Somalia.
During his arrest, and the protests that followed, allegations came up that U.N.-supported regional police forces were involved in violence that left 15 civilians dead.
Analysts believe Haysom’s earlier letter and the subsequent Somali government decision to expel him shows the relationship between the two sides has been unstable.
U.N. Secretary-General António Guterres appointed Haysom as Special Representative for Somalia and Head of the United Nations Assistance Mission in Somalia (UNSOM) in September 2018.
UN compound attack
On Tuesday, just hours before the Somali government’s letter of expulsion was released to the media, two U.N. staff members and a contractor were injured after seven mortars landed inside the U.N. compound in the Somali capital, Mogadishu.
The staffers’ nationalities were not immediately available, but the officials at the compound said none of the injuries were life-threatening.
“Today’s indirect fire attack on the main U.N. compound in Mogadishu may amount to a violation of international humanitarian law, and I deplore this unwarranted act of aggression against our personnel,” Haysom said in a statement issued in Mogadishu.
In a statement posted on a pro-al-Shabab website, the militant group has claimed responsibility for the attack.
“No political agenda can be served through violence that deliberately targets staff members of international organizations who are supporting the consolidation of peace and the strengthening of governing institutions in Somalia,” Haysom added
German Interior Minister Horst Seehofer attends the German Islam Conference in Berlin, Nov. 28.
The German government’s ‘secular Islam’ project only serves to make the Muslims in Europe become more radicalized, but not more integrated into their society
MONDAY – DECEMBER 3, 2018 – The German Islam Conference, an initiative of the German Interior Ministry, held its fourth meeting in Berlin last week. The program was launched in 2006 to promote dialogue between representatives of the German government and the country’s Muslim community.
Meeting once every legislative term, the conference seeks to accomplish two goals: To facilitate the cultural integration of Muslims in Germany and create an institutional mechanism to keep the Muslim community under check.
Last week’s gathering was chaired by Horst Seehofer, the German interior minister best known for claiming that “Islam does not belong” to the country. More than 200 delegates attended the event, where a range of issues including the training of imams and whether the Muslim community belonged to Germany, were discussed.
In addition to Muslim organizations like the Turkish-Islamic Union for Religious Affairs (DITIB) and the Islam Council, a number of individuals claiming to represent “liberal” and “secular” Islam joined the debate.
However, this year’s conference made headlines because the organizers thought it would be a good idea to serve pork for lunch.
Needless to say, the German Islam Conference is a thinly-veiled government project intended to promote “an Islam from and for Germany.” The German government wants the country’s 4.5 million-strong Muslim community to come up with a uniquely German definition of Islam.
The most obvious step towards that goal was to extend an invitation to ultra-secular activists with anti-Islamic views to this year’s event. Keeping in mind that the German authorities have been mounting pressure on DITIB and the National Outlook movement for some time, the reason behind that choice was to curb the influence of traditional organizations and ensure that representatives of “secular Islam” come to dominate efforts to define “German Islam.”
To be clear, German officials haven’t exactly gone to great lengths to conceal their motive: To sever the financial and spiritual ties of mosques and faith communities in Germany with foreign countries. The notion of Islam that countries like Turkey, Iran and Saudi Arabia promote in Germany, they claim, is “radical” and “in violation of Western values.” Either by offering financial incentives or taxing mosques, the German state apparatus wants to strengthen its grip on the Muslim community.
As Zeliha Eliaçık, a researcher at the Political, Economic and Social Research Foundation (SETA), notes, the German Islam Conference reflects Germany’s broader efforts to define “German Islam” – an identity-building project.
Those steps are notable reminiscent of how Christianity was reformed by a succession of councils. It would appear that Germany wants to eliminate organizations like DITIB, to cut off the Turkish community from their native country. In other words, religious people are being targeted by the German authorities.
Around the same time, Cem Özdemir, the former chairman of the German Green Party, issued a statement on behalf of the so-called Secular Islam Initiative. Like the German Islam Conference, that statement aimed to transform the identity of religious individuals according to the expectations of the German government – to promote an “enlightened, modern and humane Islamic theology.”
Accordingly, the Secular Islam Initiative calls for a blanket ban on the Islamic headscarf for teachers, public employees and judges. Instead of preserving religion, that brand of secularism seeks to join forces with anti-Muslim political movements for the purpose of suppressing Islam. In other words, it promotes a rigid interpretation of secularism under the guise of dialogue.
Obviously, the principles of Islam as a religion are not subject to change. There cannot be multiple versions of Islam on the basis of nationality. Yet it is only natural that different societies will interpret the faith in different ways. The Muslim community in Germany demonstrates certain cultural variations in their religious practices – as do Arabs, Turks and Iranians. That diversity is the product of a bottom-up, natural social process as opposed to a government effort.
It is unacceptable for the German government to meddle in the principles of Islam and to impose the so-called “secular Islam” for the purpose of promoting its own brand of the religion. Such efforts won’t serve the cause of integration. If anything, they will fuel polarization between secular religious individuals. What more, the German state’s current policy could push away Muslims from the authorities and possibly trigger a new wave of radicalization instead of severing the ties of Muslims in Germany with their native countries. Provided that Turkish Muslims in Europe have successfully protected themselves from radicalism, weakening the institutions that stopped their radicalization is a recipe for disaster. Here’s a word of caution to the German government: Make sure not to fuel radicalization as you attempt to experiment with “secular Islam.”
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“Rimandare i migranti della Diciotti in Libia? Il ministro Salvini sa perfettamente che sarebbe un’azione illegale, contraria al diritto internazionale. E questo non lo dico solo io, che sono ovviamente una ‘buonista’, ma la Corte di Giustizia Europea e qualsiasi istituzione internazionale. La Libia non è un posto sicuro, l’Italia è stata già condannata per i respingimenti di massa.
Lasciatemi rivolgere un pensiero grato alla Guardia Costiera italiana, un’istituzione messa in assoluta difficoltà, che svolgendo attività che non le spetterebbero”.
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È morto Kofi Annan: il primo Segretario nero delle Nazioni Unite. La battaglia per il Tribunale penale internazionale, l’intervento in Kossovo, l’impegno per l’Africa.
Il ricordo di Emma Bonino: https://www.radioradicale.it/scheda/549476
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