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2005.01.07

More good news from Haider

I received the following email last night from my friend Haider, to whom I first introduced you here:

Greetings,

I just read the following headline and article in the January 7th addition of the Iraqi Arabic newspaper “Azzaman”.

The translation of the headline is:

“500 Rabbies & Imams attend a Brussels conference together.”

The translation of the article is as follows:

“King Mohamed the VI of Morocco and King Albert the II of Belgium sponsored a Muslim – Jewish conference for peace in Brussels. The goal of the conference is to get Rabbies and Imams together to rebuild the common historic, ethical and moral ground shared by Judaism and Islam.

“Over 500 Rabbies and Imams from all over the globe are attending this conference which is currently taking place in Brussels. The attendance exceeded the expectation of the organizers. The attendees discussed the history of relations between Islam and Judaism and the problems that brought about the deterioration of the relationship between the two religions.  During a candid discussion of the common commitments and prejudices imposed by mutual respect and acknowledgement of one another, the Moroccan king’s consultant “Azawlai” urged all in attendance to realize the scope of the difficulties & challenges faced by both the Muslim & Jewish communities. He said that in this context we have to bring back to the word of God the philosophical, moral, and spiritual connotation which imprinted and fed since ancient times the progressive and novel humanitarian relationships not the oppressive and radical ones.

“Azawlai said that the Brussels conference must establish the launch of a long march leading to the return of reason, hope and respect to the responsibilities of believers. He also said that Morocco stands beside any who reject the idea of confrontation being the ordained fate and are not affected by regressive rhetoric. Azawlai said that freedom, justice, and dignity of peoples are natural rights for all, weather they are Jewish or Muslim. Taking into account that the ingrained traditions of study and discussion are not contradictory at all with our absolute solidarity with the peoples who are denied these natural rights. He called on the Imams and Rabbies to be the front line to defend the rights of Israelis and Palestinians to live in peace, regain their dignity and return to the common foundation of all of our faiths. He concluded by appealing to the organizers of this conference to create an atmosphere, that spawns the best repellent to those who wish to monopolize the word of God and employ it to fracture of religion, spirituality and society.”

My comments,

I was quite surprised when I found this article, and was even more surprised once I read it in detail. Will we return to the old days my Grand father used to tell me about, the days when Muslim and Jew, in Iraq, lived side by side and celebrated the similarities between their religions?

Regards
Haider Ajina
Mckinleyville CA

I received this from Haider a couple of hours ago:

Greetings,

I just read the following headline and article in the January 7th edition of the Iraqi Arabic newspaper “Shabab”

The translation of the headline is:

“Arab Interior ministers condemn attacks on Iraqi & foreign forces & the way Arab media reports it.”

The translation of the Article is as follows:

“Arab interior ministers condemned the attack on foreign & Iraqi police and security forces and the kidnapping for foreigners in Iraq. The condemnation came at the closing of the 22nd convention of the Arab interior ministers, which started on Wednesday in Tunisia.

"The Iraqi interior minister Falah Hassan Al-Naqeeb asked at the opening of the convention that a statement be issued condemning the attacks on the Iraqi & foreign forces in Iraq. The Interior Ministers then denounced the news agencies that propagate and carry false news to entice terrorism. The ministers are referring to Arabic news, satellite and cable stations that refer to the attacks on Iraqi police, National Guard and Foreign forces in Iraq as resistance instead of terrorism.

"The Saudi interior minister Prince Naeif Bin Abd Al Azzizi announced, at a news conference at the end of the convention, the creation of a large Arabic coordinated effort to exchange quickly information about terrorists, terror attacks and means to defeat the terrorists. He also expressed his dismay at the way the Arab media has been treating this subject".

My Comments,

Now that the terror attacks and fight is in the Arabic heartland. Specially the highly pampered Saudis, they are beginning to do something about it. We have taken the fight to the terrorist and now we are getting more allies to defeat and kill the terrorist. We must capitalize on this momentum and keep up the pressure and commitment. We are at the cusp of success in Iraq, after that who knows were democracy and freedom will spared to.

Regards
Haider Ajina
Mckinleyville CA

Thanks, Haider. It's a pretty safe bet we aren't going to hear about either one of these events from al-Reuters or C-BS.

Posted by Bill Faith on January 7, 2005 at 12:52 AM | Permalink


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Trust but verify ... Always find the original source. http://www.hommesdeparole.org/ http://www.hommesdeparole.org/media/Press_kit.pdf Their original venue was Ifrane, Morocco. But they - all 100, not 500 - ended up in Brussels, in the Egmont palace. The original partners were the Kingdom of Morocco, the European Commission and the Jewish European Center of Information. The change of venue was organised during contacts between Moroccan and Belgian politicians, and the Belgian king Albert II also became a sponsor. Several Belgian catholic bishops also attended. Kind regards, E Deschagt Belgium

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