Günlük arşivler: Kasım 7, 2012

LÜBNANLI PARTİ LİDERİ DE ESED REJİMİNİ SUÇLADI


İRAN ANALİZ / Özgür Vatanseverler (el-Vataniyyin el-Ahrar) Partisi başkanı milletvekili Devri Şem’un yaptığı açıklamasında General Visam Hasan’ın öldürülmesinden ötürü Esed rejimini sorumlu tuttu. Tıpkı diğer birçok siyasi parti, hareket önderi ve sivil toplum kuruluşu gibi Şem’un da Lübnan’daki iç karışıklık, terör, suikastlar ve eylemlerin arkasında Esed rejiminin bulunduğu gerçeğine işaret çekti.

Yaptığı açıklamasında Özgür Vatanseverler Partisi başkanı milletvekili Şem’un suikastın arkasında General Hasan’ın Memlük-Simahe patlayıcılar silsilesini, terörist planını ve bu işin içinde yer alan”Suriye rejimindeki” kişileri ifşa ettiğinden dolayı yaşandığını söyledi.

Mezkur cinayette bir Lübnanlı parmağı da bulunduğuna işaret eden parti lideri Hizbullah’ın konumu ve takındığı tavıra dair de değerlendirmelerde bulundu. Başta Lübnanı savunmak ve Filistin davasını savunmak gibi bir düşüncesi olan Hizbullah’ın sonuçta bu noktada da bittiğini ifade etti.

1701 uluslararası mahkeme kararına karşı silahını içerde kullanan bir Hizbullahın varlığına da değinen konuşma Hizbin gerek Lübnan halkı gerekse siyasiler nezdinde de inandırıcılığını tamamen kaybettiği şeklinde yorumlanıyor. Çünkü konuşmasında Şem’un aynı zamanda milletvekili Batras Harba suikast girişiminde yer alan Hizb militanlarının varlığını da hatırlattı. Mahkeme tarafından suçlanmasına rağmen Hizbin tıpkı Refik Hariri suikastına karıştığı söyleyen diğer terörist unsurları gibi bunları da koruduğu, sakladığı veya yurt dışına çıkardığı biliniyor.

14 Mart Cephesinin suikast sonrası Mikati hükümeti ile görüşmeyi reddetmesi, hükümetin artık geçersiz olduğunu ilan etmesi ve sair konum alışıyla ilgili olarak sorulan soruya cevaben “daha öncesinde böylesi bir tavır takınmaları beklenirdi” cevabını verdi Şem’un. Hükümetin düşürülmesi gerekliliğini vurgulayan Şem’un sokaklara dökülmek, düşürmek için kırıp dökmek gibi eylemler yapmak istemediklerini; ama kanunlar ile yasaların izin verdiği ölçüler içinde de hükümeti düşürmek istediklerini sözlerine ekledi.

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Unveiled – NARA Leaks WikiLeaks Citations – Block Lifted


National Archives fixes search but bans WikiLeaks documents:http://cryptome.org/2012/11/nara-bans-wikileaks.htm

6 November 2012.

Griffin Boyce sends 6 November 2012:

After hearing that the national archives was blocking wikileaks-related searches, I decided to try it out myself. I was able to search for WikiLeaks uninhibited on the public site [1][2]. Though if blocked in the future, a search for *ikileaks (with the asterisk) will bring them up as well [3].[1] http://search.archives.gov/query.html?col=1arch&qt=wikileaks

[2] http://research.archives.gov/search?expression=WikiLeaks

[3] http://search.archives.gov/query.html?qt=*ikileaks

@USNatArchives tweeted yesterday that it would look into the block, and it has been lifted although the hits are fewer than the 30 by Google:

US National Archives @USNatArchivesWe’re looking into this, and we’ll update soon. MT @public_archive: The banning of @wikileaks from @USNatArchives: http://bit.ly/SmVQfQ

4 November 2012. About 30 Google hits for “WikiLeaks” on the National Archives website via search of “site:archives.gov wikileaks

3 November 2012. NARA online produces one hit for “Assange:”

http://research.archives.gov/search?expression=assange&pg_src=group&data-source=all

Did you mean passage?AOTUS: Collector in Chief | What I’m Reading

http://blogs.archives.gov/aotus/?page_id=314

Google hits for Assange “About 55,500,000.”

2 November 2012. @AlecMuffett notes that wildcards such as “?ikileaks” and “wiki?eaks” retrieve a few more documents with the word “WikiLeaks” in them.

2 November 2012

NARA Leaks WikiLeaks Citations

Access to documents containing the word “WikiLeaks” are blocked at the US National Archives website:

http://research.archives.gov/search?v%3Aproject=opa&query=WikiLeaks

The URL you requested has been blockedThe page you have requested has been blocked, because the URL is banned.

URL = research.archives.gov/search?v%3Aproject=opa&query=WikiLeaks

However documents with the words “Wiki” and “Leak,” separated by a space, are not. Six documents with “Wiki” and “Leak” may be retrieved:

http://research.archives.gov/search?expression=wiki+leak&pg_src=brief&data-source=archives-gov

1. June 2011 NISPPAChttp://www.archives.gov/isoo/oversight-groups/nisppac/meeting-june-2011.pdf

2. meeting march 2011

http://www.archives.gov/isoo/oversight-groups/nisppac/meeting-march-2011.pdf

3. meeting jun 2011

http://www.archives.gov/isoo/oversight-groups/nisppac/meeting-jun-2011.pdf

4. Microsoft Word – Advisory Committee Minutes_June 2011

http://www.archives.gov/presidential-libraries/committees/pdfs/2011-06-minutes.pdf

5. Press Release Archive by Date

http://www.archives.gov/press/press-releases/date-archive.html

6. meeting nov 2011

http://www.archives.gov/isoo/oversight-groups/nisppac/meeting-nov-2011.pdf

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FIRST LADY MICHEL OBAMA NASIL KORUNUYOR ?


Lots of supporters take photographs of First lady Michelle Obama, bottom center during a campaign stop at Hampton University, Virginia, November 2, 2012. AP

U.S. First Lady Obama meets with supporters during a get-out-the-vote tour, November 1, 2012. Reuters.

First Lady Michelle Obama addressed a crowd of several hundred supporters in Sioux City, Iowa, Monday, Oct. 29, 2012,at the Sioux City COnvention Center in the downtown area. Jerry Mennenga

First Lady Michelle Obama greets a child while talking with supporters after speaking at a campaign rally, Friday, Oct. 26, 2012, in Las Vegas. AP

First lady Michelle Obama returns to the White House after watching her daughter Sasha’s basketball game in Washington, Sunday, March 11, 2012. AP

In this undated image released by Nickelodeon, first lady Michelle Obama. seated second left, interacts with Jerry Trainor, left, as Miranda Cosgrove, center, Nathan Kress and Jennette McCurdy, right, look on during Obama’s guest appearance on the popular children’s show, “iCarly,” premiering Monday, Jan. 16, 2012 at 8 p.m EST on Nickelodeon. AP

First lady Michelle Obama, wearing a hat and sunglasses, stands in line at a Target department store in Alexandria, Va., Thursday, Sept. 29, 2011, after doing some shopping. AP [Secret Service at right.]

First lady Michelle Obama works the crowd while participating during the taping of Extreme Makeover Home Edition in Fayetteville, N.C., Thursday, July 21, 2011. AP

US first lady Michelle Obama steps out of a vehicle, prior to boarding her plane, in Gaborone, Botswana, at the end of her week long trip to Africa, Sunday, June 26, 2011.

U.S. first lady Michelle Obama and daughters Sasha and Malia depart Cape Town, South Africa, as they travel to Gaborone, Botswana, Friday, June 24, 2011. AP

U.S. first lady Michelle Obama embraces an audience member after she speaks at Regina Mundi Church and addresses the Young African Women Leaders Forum, in a Soweto township, Johannesburg, South Africa, Wednesday, June 22, 2011. AP

First lady Michelle Obama greets people after speaking at a ceremony to dedicate the first of three new Fisher houses,Thursday, Dec. 2, 2010, at the Bethesda Naval Medical Center in Bethesda, Md. AP

U.S. first lady Michelle Obama, center left, walks with friends and security during a visit to Ronda in southern Spain, Saturday, Aug. 7, 2010. AP

Security officers escort a convoy of cars, one believed to be transporting U.S. First Lady Michelle Obama, on arrival at the Villa Padierna Hotel in Marbella, southern Spain, Wednesday, Aug. 4, 2010. AP

First lady Michelle Obama, center, greets Marines after a speech at Camp Pendleton Marine Corps Base in San Diego, Sunday, June 13, 2010. AP

First Lady Michelle Obama, center, examines vegetables grown by Somali immgrant Khadija Musame, second from right, as interpreter Bilal Muya, right, farm coordinator Amy Lint, second from left, and Dr. Robert Ross, President and CEO of The California Endowment, look on Thursday April 15, 2010 in San Diego. AP

U.S. first lady Michelle Obama, second left, shakes hands with UN and NGO workers during a visit to the United Nations base in Port-au-Prince, Tuesday, April 13, 2010. Obama is on a one-day visit to Haiti. AP

Florida, January 2010.

Michelle Obama at Latin American Montessori Bilingual Public Charter School, May 4, 2009. Wikipedia

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