Sambata 24 iulie 2010 comunitatea islamica din Romania imbraca straie de sarbatoare odata cu desfasurarea conferintei FEMEIA MUSULMANA IN EUROPA – SOLUTII PENTRU O VIATA ECHILIBRATA . Conferinta ce va avea loc in cadrul Hotelului Royal va dezbate tematica fierbinte a rolului si locului femeii musulmane in societatea europeana , fiind pentru prima data cand o tema de insemnatate europeana pentru comunitatea musulmana va fi dezbatuta in Romania. Dupa deciziile ce au fost luate de parlamentul francez si dezbaterile din parlamentul belgian asupra valului islamic complet ( nikab ) tema a devenit centrul unei dezbateri europene.
Acum gratie eforturilor Asociatiei Surori Musulmane, comunitatea musulmana din Romania isi poate aduce contributia la aceasta dezbatere importanta intrand in dialog cu celelalte comunitati religioase din Romania pentru a explica conceptele de baza ale islamului si importanta Islamului in lumea actuala si in dezvoltarea culturala si dialogul reciproc. Totodata conferinta va spulbera mituri izvorate din necunoasterea Islamului demonstrand ca rolul femeii in lumea islamului este unul marcant, plin de demnitate si respect fata de femeie. In plus conferinta va avea si rolul de a familiariza pe cei ce nu cunosc Islamul cu elementele de baza ale vesmantului islamic si cu principalele concepte religioase islamice.
Dr. Abu Al Ola Al Ghithy- renumit carturar islamic
Conferinta va aduna principalele personalitati ale lumii islamice din Romania si reprezentanti de marca ai dialogului inter-religios intre care enumeram pe: doamna Mioara Roman – specialist in civilizatie, limba si literatura araba la Universitatea Bucureşti, doamna profesor dr. Aishah Bilhijar – Preşedinta Forumului International al Femeilor Musulmane, domnul profesor dr. Anton Caragea, directorul Institutului de Relatii Internationale si Cooperare Economica ,domnul Oreste Alexandrescu, doamna drd. Alina Isac etc.
Totodata un element suplimentar de atractie este prezenta in cadrul manifestarii a renumitului carturar islamic dr. Abu Al Ola Al-Ghithy, presedintele Fundatiei Taiba si autorul unor lucrari fundamentale despre Islam in limba romana printre care enumeram : Rugaciunea, Stiinta si Islamul, Despre Parinti ,comentarii coranice etc.Doctorul Abu Al Ola Al Ghithy nu este doar un teoretician al islamului dar si o voce respectata in aplicarea practica a preceptelor islamului in viata de toate zilele prezenta lui dand o inalta tinuta conferintei islamice de la Bucuresti.
Dr. Abu Al Ola Al Ghithy- la intalnirile cu credinciosii veniti sa ii ceara sfat si calauzire
On 27 of June Fidel Castro presented to the world an alarming report announcing a plan form United States and Israel to take advantage of the World Cup diversion and to launch an unexpected attack on Iran . In the moment that we have received this article by Fidel Castro we have understood the urgency of the message and we started printing it and distributed to the world. In hours after we have published it, thousand` s of information sites, press agency and mass media started to report the news. It was a minute to minute crisis as the attack could be launched in two or three days. Fidel Castro analyses stop this march towards war as the key for a success attack was the element of surprise. Now after everybody has published the Fidel Castro articles it was no more possible any surprise. The story of this effort of preventing a war on Iran is related by Fidel Castro itself.
The Source of Wars by FIDEL CASTRO
On July 4, I said that neither the United States nor Iran would give in: “one, prevented by the pride of the powerful, and the other because it has the capacity and the will to fight oppression, as we have seen so many times before in the history of mankind.” In nearly every war, one party wishes to avoid it and, sometimes, the two parties do. This time it will happen although one of the parties does not wish it. That was the case of the two World Wars of 1914 and 1939, only 25 years one from the other. The carnage was awful in both wars, which would not have erupted had it not been for previous miscalculations. Both defended imperialist interests and believed they could accomplish their goals without the exceedingly high price finally paid. In the case in question, one of the parties involved advocates absolutely fair national interests. The other pursues illegitimate and coarse material interests. An analysis of every war fought throughout the recorded history of our species shows that one of the parties has pursued such goals.
It’s absolutely wrong to entertain the illusion that this time such goals will be attained without the most dreadful of all wars. In one of the best articles ran by the Global Research website, on Thursday July 1, signed by Rick Rozoff, the author offers plenty of indisputable arguments, which every well-informed person should be aware of, about the intentions of the United States.
According to the author, the United States believes that “…you can win if the adversary knows that it is vulnerable to a sudden and undetectable, appalling and devastating strike that it has no possibility to respond to or to defend from.” “…a country with the aspiration of continuing as the only one in history with full military predominance all over the Earth, in the air, the sea and in space.” “A country that keeps and expands military bases and troops as well as fighting-groups of aircraft carriers and strategic bombers on practically every latitude and longitude, and which does so on a record war budget after World War II amounting to 708 billion dollars next year.” It was also “…the first country to develop and use nuclear weapons…” “…the United States has deployed 1,550 nuclear warheads while keeping 2,200 in storage (or 3,500 according to some estimates) and a triad of ground, air and submarine delivering vehicles.” “The non-nuclear arsenal used to neutralize and destroy the air and strategic defenses, and potentially all the major military forces of other countries, will consist in intercontinental ballistic missiles, cruise missiles and hypersonic bombers, and super-stealth strategic bombers that can avoid radar detection and the ground- and air-based defenses.” Rozoff enumerates the numerous press conferences, meetings and statements given in the past few months by the chiefs of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and the senior executives of the US administration. He explains the NATO commitments and the reinforced cooperation with the Near East partners, meaning Israel in the first place. He says that “the US is also intensifying the space and cyber war programs with the potential to paralyze other nations’ military command and surveillance, control, communication, information and intelligence systems rendering them helpless except in the most basic tactical field.”
He refers to the signing by the US and Russia, on April 8 this year, in Prague, of the new START Treaty, “which contains no restriction as to the actual or planned potential for a US conventional prompt global strike.” He also reports a number of news on the issue and offers a most striking example of the US objectives.
He indicates that “…the Defense Department is currently examining the entire range of technologies and systems for a Conventional Prompt Global Strike that could offer the president more credible and technically adequate options to tackle new and developing threats.” I sustain the view that no president –and not even the most knowledgeable military chief– would have a minute to know what should be done if it were not already programmed in computers. Rozoff proceeds undisturbed to relate what Global Security Network states in an analysis from Elaine Grossman under the title, The Cost of Testing a US Global Strike Missile Could Reach 500 Million Dollars.
“The Obama administration has requested 239.9 billion dollars for research and development of the prompt global strike by US military services in fiscal year 2011…if the level of funds remains as anticipated for the coming years, by the end of fiscal year 2015 the Pentagon will have spent 2 billion dollars in prompt global strike, according to budget documents introduced in Congress last month.” “A comparable terrifying scenario of the effects of a PGS, in this case of the sea version, was described three years ago in Popular Mechanics: “An Ohio-type nuclear submarine emerges in the Pacific ready to execute the President’s order for launching. When the order comes, the submarine shoots to the sky a 65-tons Trident II missile. Within 2 minutes, the missile is flying at 22,000 km/h. Over the oceans and out of the atmosphere it speeds for thousands of kilometers. “At the top of its parabola, in space, the four warheads of the Trident separate and start descending on the planet. “The warheads flying at 21,000 km/h are full of tungsten rods with twice the resistance of steel. “Once on target, the warheads explode and thousands of rods fall on the area, each carrying 12 times the destructive force of a .50 caliber bullet. Everything within 279 square meters of that whirling metal storm is annihilated.”
Then Rozoff explains the statement made this year, on April 7, by the chief of the Joint Chiefs of Staff of the Russian Armed Forces, General Leonid Ivashov, under the headline Obama’s Nuclear Surprise, where he refers to the US President remarks in Prague last year with the following words: “The existence of thousands of nuclear weapons is the most dangerous legacy of the Cold War,” and about the signature of the START II in that same city on April 8, the author points out:
“In the history of the United States during the past century, there is not one example of sacrifice of the US elites for humanity or for the peoples of other countries. Would it be realistic to expect that the arrival of an African-American president to the White House might change the political philosophy of that nation traditionally aimed at achieving global domination? Those who believe that something like that could happen should try to understand why the US –the country whose military budget exceeds that of all the other countries of the world combined– continues spending huge amounts of money in war preparations.” “…the concept of Prompt Global Strike envisions a concentrated attack with the use of several thousand conventional precision weapons that within 2 to 4 hours would destroy the crucial infrastructure of the targeted country and force it to capitulate.”
“The concept of Prompt Global Strike is aimed at ensuring the US monopoly in the military field and to widen the gap between that country and the rest of the world. In combination with the defensive deployment of missiles that should supposedly preserve the US from retaliatory attacks from Russia and China, the Prompt Global Strike initiative will turn Washington into a global dictator of the modern era.” “Essentially, the new US nuclear doctrine is part of the new US security strategy that could more adequately be described as a strategy of complete impunity. The US increases its military budget, gives free rein to NATO as a global gendarme, and plans exercises in a real situation in Iran to prove the efficiency of the Prompt Global Strike initiative.” In substance, Obama intends to mislead the world talking about a world free of nuclear weapons that would be replaced with other extremely destructive weapons designed to terrorize the leaders of other States and to accomplish the new strategy of complete impunity.
The Yankees believe that Iran will soon surrender. It is expected that the European Union will inform about a package of its own sanctions to be signed on July 26. The latest meeting of 5 plus 1 was held on July 2, after Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad stated that “his country will resume the talks by the end of August, with the participation of Brazil and Turkey.”
A senior EU official warned that “neither Brazil nor Turkey will be invited to the talks, at least not at this point.” “Iranian Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki remarked that he is in favor of challenging international sanctions and proceeding with the upgrading of uranium.” Since Tuesday July 5, and in view of the European insistence in promoting additional measures against Iran, this country has responded that it will not negotiate until September.
Thus, with every passing day there are fewer possibilities to overcome the insurmountable obstacle.
What will happen is so obvious that it can be exactly foreseen. As for me, I should be self-critical since I made the mistake of affirming in my Reflections of June 27, that the conflict would break out on Thursday, Friday or Saturday at the latest. It was known that Israeli warships were moving toward their target alongside the Yankee naval forces. The order to search the Iranian merchant ships had been issued. However, I lost sight of a previous step: Iran’s continued refusal to allow the inspection of a merchant ship. In the analysis of the Security Council’s intricate language to impose sanctions on that country, I overlooked the detail of that previous step for the inspection order to be enforced. It was the only required step.
The 60-days period assigned by the Security Council on June 9, to receive information on the implementation of the Resolution, will expire on August 8.
But something more unfortunate still was happening. I was working with the latest material on the issue produced by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Cuba and the document did not include two crucial paragraphs which were the last of said Resolution and which literally read: “It requests that, in a 90 days period, the Director General of the IAEA submits to the IAEA Board of Governors and, simultaneously, to the Security Council for its examination, a report indicating whether Iran has carried out the complete and sustained suspension of all the activities mentioned in Resolution 1737 (2006), and if it is implementing every measure demanded by the IAEA Board of Governors and observing the remaining provisions of Resolutions 1737, 1747, 1803 and the current Resolution;
“It affirms that it will examine Iran’s actions in the light of the report mentioned in paragraph 36, which shall be submitted in a period of 90 days and that a) it will suspend the implementation of the measures provided that Iran suspends every activity related to upgrading and reprocessing, including research and development, and while the suspension stands, the IAEA will verify, to allow the celebration of negotiations in good faith to reach a prompt and mutually acceptable result; b) it will cease to implement the measures specified in paragraphs 3,4,5,6,7 and 12 of resolution 1737, as well as in paragraphs 2,4,5,6 and 7 of resolution 1747, in the paragraphs 3,5,7,8,9,10 and 11 of Resolution 1803 and in paragraphs 7,8,9,10,11,12, 13,14,15,16,17,18,19,21,22,23 and 24 of the current resolution, as soon as it determines, after receiving the report mentioned in the previous paragraph, that Iran has fully observed its obligations in compliance with the relevant Security Council resolutions and the requisites of the IAEA Board of Governors, a determination to be confirmed by the Board itself; and c) in case the report indicates that Iran has failed to abide by the provisions of Resolutions 1737, 1747, 1803 and the current resolution, it will adopt, in accordance with article 41 of chapter vii of the UN Charter, other appropriate measures to persuade Iran to do as provided in said resolutions and the requisites of the IAEA, and underlines that other decisions shall be adopted if such additional measures were necessary…”
Apparently, after many hours of hard work making copies of every document, somebody at the Ministry fell asleep, but my eagerness to seek information and exchange views on these sensitive issues enabled me to detect the omission. From my viewpoint, the United States and its NATO allies have said their last word. Two powerful states with authority and prestige failed to exercise their right of vetoing the perfidious UN Resolution. It was the only possibility to gain time in order to find a formula to save peace, an objective that would have given them more authority to continue struggling for it.
Today, everything hangs by a thread.
My main purpose was to warn the international public of what was developing.
I have done so partly watching what was happening as the political leader that I was for many long years facing the empire, its blockade and its unspeakable crimes. I’m not doing it for revenge.
I do not hesitate to take the risk of compromising my modest moral authority.
I shall continue writing Reflections on the subject. There will be others after this one to continue delving in the issue on July and August, unless an incident occurs that sets in motion the deadly weapons that are today aiming at each other.
I have greatly enjoyed the final matches of the Football World Cup and the volleyball matches, where our brave team is leading its group in the World League.
Fidel Castro Ruz
The Institute of International Relations and Economic Cooperation has chosen to sign a partnership for promoting international activities of Romania with ARENA Communications PR firm.
Signing ceremony for partnership between Institute of International Relations and Economic Cooperation and ARENA Communications
Professor Anton Caragea , director of Institute of International Relations and Economic Cooperation had declared at the signing ceremony that : “choosing ARENA Communications as official partner for the promotion activities has being made as a result of a long and serious analyses on ARENA Communications activities . ARENA Communications proved to be a reliable company, with a portfolio of important companies and a remarkable activity, whose solidity could be used in the benefit of Romanian image promotion. We choose with great care the public relations agency that will promote our international activities, because here we are specking about a sensitive area of diplomacy, international relations where are required seriousness, competence and professionalism, things that ARENA Communications is offering to us”.
The director of ARENA Communications has also stated that: “we look with responsibility at this partnership and we want to be a part of the highly sensitive mission of promoting Romanian values, either in cultural, economic or diplomatic and political area. We have being together with Institute of international relations and Economic Cooperation in highly important moments where history have being written in Bucharest such as OSCE Conference , art exhibition or diplomatic events and this partnership is honors us and also make us more responsible”.
Institutul de Relatii Internationale si Cooperare Economica a ales, la inceputul lunii iulie, pentru promovarea activitatilor sale sa colaboreze cu agentia de relatii publice ARENA Communications.
Semnarea parteneriatului de promovare internationala Arena Communications – Institutul de Relatii Internationale si Cooperare Economica