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Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Oy, a new wandering in the desert!!!


Egypt slaughtering all pigs to stop swine flu

An Egyptian boy looks at pigs on his family's local farm, in Cairo, Egypt AP – An Egyptian boy looks at pigs on his family's local farm, in Cairo, Egypt Monday, April 27, 2009. Egyptian …
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CAIRO – The Egyptian government says it has begun slaughtering all pigs in the country as a precautionary measure against the possible spread of swine flu.

The Health Ministry says the slaughter of the country's 300,000 pigs will begin immediately.

The ministry has stated several times that there are no cases swine flu in the country, however neighboring Israel has reported two.

Monday, April 20, 2009

another gablevage

Friday, April 17, 2009

Here we go and for this shity country actually the soldiers are dying?

When was the last time these people changed their undies? You probably thing it's a stupid question and your are right...Let me rephrase it - when was the last time they used the toilet paper?

Afghan 'anti-rape' women attacked

The women were faced with counter-protesting men, who cried "Death to the slaves of the Christians"

Dozens of Afghan women who tried to protest against a new law they say legalises rape within marriage have been attacked in the capital, Kabul.

Police intervened after supporters of the law threw stones at the women and tried to seize their banners.

The law was signed by President Hamid Karzai but is currently being reviewed after criticism from abroad.

Its most controversial article says a woman must make herself available for sex with her husband when he desires.

The law's defenders say it actually protects the rights of women.

'Revisit and overturn'

Thursday's demonstration took place outside a religious centre run by a cleric who helped draft the law which is aimed at Afghanistan's Shia minority.

Shia counter-protesters
Angry supporters of the bill out-numbered women protesting against it

"We actually see it as a law that is limiting women's rights... We all stand against this law, we want a reform of the law, we want a revisit of it and overturn of it," one of the protesters, Sima Ghani, told the BBC.

Another protester said the new law was reminiscent of the worst excesses against women during the Taleban's rule of Afghanistan which ended in 2001.

The protesters were quickly swamped by hundreds of Afghans, both men and women, in a counter-demonstration.

They pelted the women with small stones and gravel as the police struggled to keep the two sides apart. Some chanted "death to the slaves of Christians".

President Karzai ordered an urgent review of the law - which he says has been misinterpreted by Western journalists - earlier this month.

It has been criticised by US President Barack Obama, the UN and Nato chief Jaap de Hoop Scheffer, who said it went against the values of his troops.

Aides to President Karzai insist that the law in fact provides more protection for women.

The counter-demonstrators - who support the new law - insist that the legislation stops women from being harmed.

"Muslim women have rights which are stated for them in the Koran, not rights that other countries set for them. We want the rights which have been set according to Islam," one of them told the BBC.

Among the law's provisions are that

• wives are obliged to have sexual relations with their husbands at least once every four days

• women cannot leave home without their husband's permission

Critics say the law limits the rights of women from the Shia minority and authorises rape within marriage.

The law covers members of Afghanistan's Shia minority, who make up 10% of the population. A separate family law for the Sunni majority is also being drawn up.

The BBC's Martin Patience in Kabul says that the legislation has some support, particularly among conservative religious clerics who play a prominent role in public life.

Thursday, April 16, 2009

Regulating sex and pleasure - the religious idiots thus mask their total ignorance of human nature and nature in general...

Mullahs of all countries, unite!

Saudis 'to regulate' child brides

Saudi Arabia is ruled with an austere and patriarchal form of Sunni Islam

Saudi Arabia says it plans to start regulating the marriage of young girls, amid controversy over a union between a 60-year-old man and a girl of eight.

A court in Unaiza upheld the marriage on condition the groom does not have sex with her until she reaches puberty.

Justice Minister Muhammad Issa said his ministry wanted to put an end to the "arbitrary" way in which parents and guardians can marry off underage girls.

But he did not suggest the practice would be abolished.

Human-rights groups oppose such marriages, which they say are often motivated by poverty.

Saudi Arabia implements an austere form of Sunni Islam that bans free association between the sexes and gives fathers the right to wed their children to whomever they deem fit.

'Selling daughters'

The Unaiza case was brought by the eight-year-old girl's mother who wanted the marriage to be annulled.

The judge said he had tried to persuade the husband to accept a divorce, but the man refused.

The girl is still with her family and there is no suggestion that she will live with her husband until much older.

The judge said that once she reached puberty, she could ask for a divorce.

Local press reports say the case seems to be an example of how some Saudi families sell their daughters for money.

Correspondents say the girl's father appeared to have sought the dowry from the groom to pay off debts.

Saudi commentators also point out that the marriage took place in the central province of Qaseem - the heartland of Saudi Islamic fundamentalism.

Earlier this year, the country's highest religious authority, the Grand Mufti Sheikh Abdul Aziz al-Shaikh, said it was not against Islamic law to marry off girls who are 15 and younger.