Islamitische terroristenstaat Jemen boos over de sluiting van de ambassades

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Jemenitische politietroepen bewaken een straat in Sanaa, die leidt naar de Britse ambassade

Jemen is tegenwoordig een van de bolwerken van het terrorisme. Alles wat bij Al Qaida naam en faam heeft, ontmoet elkaar hier regelmatig. Aanslagen op Europeanen en Amerikanen zijn er geen zeldzaamheid. Je hoeft alleen maar te denken aan de ontvoerde Duitsers, die daar naartoe gingen om de o zo zielige Jemenieten te helpen. De terreurwaarschuwing was afgelopen weekend dermate acuut, dat niet alleen de Britse en de Amerikaanse ambassade hun deuren sloten, maar ook de Duitse en de Nederlandse. En nu komt het! De regering in Jemen is daar heel boos over!:

Jemen is woedend over de terugtrekking van het Westen wegens terreurbedreiging.

De beslissing veroorzaakte in de regering van Jemen een rel. De minister van Buitenlandse Zaken zei, dat de reactie van het Westen de samenwerking in de terreurbestrijding zou ondermijnen en “in het belang van de extremisten” is.

“Jemen heeft alle noodzakelijke voorzorgsmaatregelen getroffen om de veiligheid van de buitenlandse vestigingen in de hoofdstad Sanaa te garanderen”, zei een woordvoerder van het ministerie van Buitenlandse Zaken.

The Times

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Dat geloven we graag, dat ze woedend zijn. Net zoals een kleine kat op muizenjacht waarvan men de prooi afpakt. Want alleen een stommerik kan geloven dat de politieke terreur onafhankelijk en ongecontroleerd is. De politieke terreur is altijd een verlenging van de legale arm van een politieke constructie, met behulp waarvan hij bepaalde concessies afdwingt zonder echter de verantwoordelijkheid voor de terreur op zich te nemen.

In het geval van een reguliere actie, die men toegeeft (bijvoorbeeld een dronenaanval), moet een staat de verantwoordelijkheid overnemen. Maar de moslims, die niet graag de verantwoordelijkheid van iets op zich nemen, waarderen de terreurstrijd veel meer om hun doelen te bereiken. En daarna is het weer het oude liedje: “Als jullie ons niet geven wat we willen hebben, zullen jullie door radicale islamieten met terreuraanslagen worden overstelpt, die wij niet kunnen verhinderen.” Komisch, dat deze terreuraanvallen alleen in het geval van het niet vervullen van eisen moeten plaatsvinden, en desondanks beweren de islamitische politici dat er geen verband tussen de legale politiek en de illegale terreur zou bestaan.

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Bron:

http://www.kybeline.com/2013/08/08/muslimischer-terroristenstaat-jemen-emport-uber-die-schliesung-der-botschaften/

Auteur: Kybeline

Vertaald uit het Duits door:

E.J. Bron

(www.ejbron.wordpress.com)

Over E.J. Bron

www.ejbron.wordpress.com
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23 reacties op Islamitische terroristenstaat Jemen boos over de sluiting van de ambassades

  1. Theresa Geissler zegt:

    Och, jé, zijn ze bóós? Zijn ze ooit iets anders, dan?
    Kan me namelijk niet zo goed herinneren…. Zal wel aan mij liggen.

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  2. Luchtpint zegt:

    Saaie week op E.J. Bron tot zover.

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  3. Roni Thome zegt:

    Zij mogen gerust kwaad zijn. Een rasechte Hagenaar zou zeggen dat: zij mogen de tyfus krijgen.

    het zou hem een zorg zijn!

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  4. Joop Klepzeiker zegt:

    Ik vind het best wel grappig terroristische aanvallen met een houdbaarheidsdatum.

    Ik heb zo maar en vermoeden dat er iemand in een grot van het lachen over de grond aan het rollen is.

    Een telefoontje en hup er gaan 30 ambassades dicht.

    Je moet het natuurlijk wel geloven !!

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  5. Joop Klepzeiker zegt:

    World War III?
    By Fay Voshell

    Bill Kristol, editor of The Weekly Standard and regular commentator at Fox news, has said the closing of U.S. embassies in 21 countries is a sign of weakness on the part of the U.S. and suggests capitulation to al-Qaeda.

    He may be partly right, but chances are that the closing of the embassies auger something far more ominous. The shutdowns may be a sign of an increased conflagration in the Middle East and Northern Africa. We may be looking at the onset of World War III.

    For some time, the power-struggles of the listed nations have been largely characterized as civil wars among various Muslim factions, including the Muslim Brotherhood. But civil wars are confined within national boundaries. Once the boundary lines have bled into one another, as is presently the case with Syria, the wars become a generalized struggle, with various factions joining with the likeminded of surrounding nations. As World Wars I and II demonstrated, when war escapes national boundaries or aggressive entities invade other national boundaries, nations with a vested interest in maintaining or extending their power bases begin to team up with one another according to ideological empathies. The fighting then spreads as more and more nations get sucked into a black hole of conflict.

    As the West has gradually abandoned its former role in the area, the national lines the Allied Powers drew in the Versailles Treaty, which basically carved up the ancient Ottoman Empire, have been under incessant pressure. The pressure increased exponentially since 1979, when extremist Islamists attacked the U.S. embassy in Tehran, capturing 60 American hostages, whom these Islamists held for 444 days.

    The Islamist movement spread from nation to nation, placing the area in constant chaos. Those nations had been carved into supposedly manageable European-sized entities with the probable hope that each nation would gradually take on democratic form, with the League of Nations as a calm and judicious mentor. But the creators of the Versailles Treaty were oblivious to the intransigently authoritarian nature of Islamism, as the Middle Eastern and North African countries were at the time relatively subdued.

    Now, however, the national boundaries established in 1919 are becoming increasingly meaningless, as the Islamist movement is more about empire-building than nation-building. The West, with its long tradition of democracy, has never fully grasped the Islamist preference for authoritarianism and empire, and so it has believed that the national lines it drew would encourage the growth of democracy. What the Islamist impulse for empire means, however, is that war among the Middle East and North African nations is inevitable, as national boundaries mean nothing to those determined to re-establish the equivalent of a caliphate.

    All the above is to say that the probable reason for the closure of the U.S. embassies is that the hostilities in the area have reached such proportions that the civil wars afflicting the area are no longer containable in any meaningful way. Further, al-Qaeda and its ilk, not long ago described by the current U.S. administration as completely defeated, have doubtless metastasized to such a degree that they feel safe to attack Big Satan in its most vulnerable outposts — outposts that have long been islands of diplomacy that is no longer possible.

    The vanishing of the Western centers of diplomacy in the Middle East and northern Africa may mean that the West has been warned — perhaps by Israel? — and finally sees that there is no diplomatic solution possible, regardless of the present posturing of the so-called “peace talks” between Palestinians and Israel. The “peace talks” probably should be regarded as a complete charade, kept up to the bitter end while the entire area is about to go up in flames as America exits stage left.

    Meanwhile, two chief players, Iran and Russia, are in a deadly chess game designed to ensure hegemony in the area — a hegemony that will almost certainly be successful if Iran already has the nuclear bomb.

    But another chief player may already have signaled the U.S. that she is about to do a pre-emptive strike. While the world is focused in the utterly useless Middle East “peace talks,” Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, knowing beforehand that the talks will be absolutely fruitless, could have already made the decision to strike Iran’s nuclear facilities. It may be that he has already sent word to President Obama, who, with the Benghazi fires still burning in the minds of the conservative media as well as in the hearts of some congressmen, is now committed to retreat. The administration does not want a dozen Benghazi-type incidents to occur before the elections of 2014 and 2016. It would be more politically expedient to close the embassies and warn Americans not to travel rather than to risk protecting either the diplomatic outposts or American citizens.

    When embassies are closed, it is usually because war is imminent. The lines of the Versailles Treaty are dissolving as nations disintegrate and new entities take shape. What those new lines will look like is anyone’s guess, but it could be that Iran allied with Russia will be the biggest power-broker in the Middle East, but not without a dreadful struggle.

    The question before Israel is whether or not she will allow Iran the capacity to annihilate her, as Iran’s leaders have expressly said they would like to do. Will Israel passively face another holocaust?

    Not likely.

    The survivalist mentality that has served Israel so well is probably already kicking in. Israel has often said, “Never again.” For her, it is indeed now or never. It may be that the chaos and confusion now gripping the Middle East will afford her the opportune moment to strike as the nations surrounding her fight one another.

    As for the United States, it is anyone’s guess as to the role this administration sees for our nation regarding Israel. There is warrant for suspecting that our president will opt out of any meaningful alliance with Israel, leaving her to face the consequences of a strike alone while he mouths empty words of support.

    Time will tell, of course.

    But in the meantime, some reading of the tea leaves is warranted, as the unprecedented closing of our embassies gives us a big clue that ominous events are happening behind the scenes, soon to burst into the open with consequences we can scarcely imagine.

    Fay Voshell may be reached at fvoshell@yahoo.com.

    http://www.americanthinker.com/2013/08/world_war_iii.html

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  6. Henny Clemens zegt:

    Het is natuurlijk wél een teken voor de booslims, (Dank je Tom leuke naam) dat de terreur van angst een goed middel is dat werkt, ga een na hoe ze op die manier hele economieén plat kunnen leggen, en dat de samenwerking tussen de zogenaamde moslim regeringen en terroristen eerder een feit is dan toeval daar krijg ik door alle gebeurtenissen steeds meer bevestiging van.

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  7. Jan zegt:

    Wereldwijd werden enkele dagen terug de ambassades en consulaten van de VS gesloten. Obama gisteren in Camp Pendleton*:
    “Al Qaeda’s top ranks have been hammered,” and “the core of Al Qaeda in Afghanistan and Pakistan is on the way to defeat. We do not get terrorized, we’re going to keep standing up to our enemies.”
    http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Peace/2013/08/07/Aug-6-U-S-Flees-Yemen-Aug-7-Obama-Says-U-S-Will-Never-Retreat-From-The-World

    En Chuck Schumer, senator (Dem.) van New York meent: “Al Qaida in Iraq has been decimated.”

    * In Camp Pendleton meende Obama het leger ook nog eens voor de zoveelste keer onbeschoft te moeten uitlaten tegenover de soldaten:
    “Hear it directly from me – the Commander-in-Chief, it undermines what this military stands for and what the Marine Corps stands for when sexual assault takes place within our units, stop these crimes of sexual assault, uphold the honor and integrity that defines our military services.”
    http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Government/2013/08/07/Obama-blasts-sexual-assault-in-military

    Zoals altijd: lomp, asociaal, autistisch en egomaniakaal.

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  8. Joop Klepzeiker zegt:

    BBC, Eilat airport closed

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  9. Joop Klepzeiker zegt:

    Gantz gives order to reopen Eilat Airport after closure for security reasons

    Airport closed for incoming and outgoing flights for some 2 hours following security assessment; IDF order comes as Egypt’s army continues operation to root out terror in neighboring Sinai.
    http://www.jpost.com/Defense/IDF-shuts-Eilat-airport-due-to-security-reasons-322510

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  10. Joop Klepzeiker zegt:

    SIS Reports
    Recent Doubling of Floor Space at North Korean Gas Centrifuge Plant : Is North Korea doubling its enrichment capacity at Yongbyon?

    by David Albright and Robert Avagyan

    August 7, 2013
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    Recent satellite imagery of the Yongbyon nuclear complex in North Korea indicates that it has apparently expanded a building in the fuel fabrication complex that houses a gas centrifuge plant for uranium enrichment. The area is now covered by an extended roof that is roughly twice the size of the previous one (figures 1, 2, and 3).

    According to North Korea, the plant has produced low enriched uranium (LEU), ostensibly to fuel the experimental light water reactor under construction at the Yongbyon complex. The extent of North Korea’s centrifuge enrichment infrastructure is not fully known, and it is possible that some LEU produced in this facility could have been further enriched at a secret centrifuge site to produce weapon-grade uranium. Or weapon-grade uranium could have been made at the Yongbyon plant. A significant question remains whether North Korea has made weapon-grade uranium, and if so, how much it has made. 1

    http://isis-online.org/isis-reports/detail/recent-doubling-of-floor-space-at-north-korean-gas-centrifuge-plant/

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  11. Joop Klepzeiker zegt:

    Israeli warplanes bomb suspected chemical weapons site in Syria after fears arms could be sent to Lebanon’s Hezbollah

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2319311/Israeli-warplanes-bomb-suspected-chemical-weapons-site-Syria-fears-arms-sent-Lebanons-Hezbollah.html

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  12. Joop Klepzeiker zegt:

    Kerry tells US Jewish leaders he fears for Israel’s future if no peace deal

    http://www.timesofisrael.com/kerry-indyk-meet-with-us-jewish-leaders-at-white-house/

    De val is aan het sluiten, gewoon opzet vanaf het begin.

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    • Tom Hendrix. zegt:

      @Joop Klepzeiker 14.57. uur. Joop bedoel je er mee te zeggen, dat de moslimverrader in het “Witte Huis”, hetzelfde gaat flikken als in Libië? Ik zie hem ertoe in staat!

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      • Joop Klepzeiker zegt:

        Het gaat maar om een zaak !!

        Invloed in het Midden-Oosten en dat ten koste van heel veel zo niet alles, Egypte is een hoofdrol aan het spelen.

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  13. Joop Klepzeiker zegt:

    Luis Says:

    August 9, 2013 at 3:42 PM

    Rotter is reporting that certain military preparations are made by the Americans and the Saudis forces in northern Jordan, near the southern border with Syria.
    The target is the city of Daraa, southern Syria, very close to the Jordan border. The action will be followed by a no fly zone in south Syria. Rotter is maintaining restrain all along this report and will check these news with more sources.
    I personally think that it might be plausible and suiting Obama to take a ”little” city in southern Syria, involving himself and showing support but not too much; its like walking ”with” and feeling ”without”.
    (in Hebrew it sounds better, hehe). Anyhow, the news from Syria will surely continue to surprise by a daily base.

    http://warsclerotic.wordpress.com/2013/08/09/kerry-tells-us-jewish-leaders-he-fears-for-israels-future-if-no-peace-deal/#comments

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  14. Joop Klepzeiker zegt:

    Oeps, wat zal de rus hier nu wel niet van denken ??

    Vraag je eens af of het een strategische betekenis heeft voor Rusland als Iran nukes heeft.

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  15. Joop Klepzeiker zegt:

    Home >
    Israel & the Region
    Turkey calls on citizens to leave Lebanon
    After kidnapping of two pilots on Friday, Turkish Foreign Ministry issues advisory against Lebanon-bound travel

    he Turkish Foreign Ministry told its citizens to leave Lebanon on Friday and advised against travel to the country, after two Turkish pilots were abducted by gunmen in an attack that appeared linked to the ongoing civil war in neighboring Syria.

    http://www.timesofisrael.com/turkey-calls-on-citizens-to-leave-lebanon/

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  16. Joop Klepzeiker zegt:

    Tensions in the south || Egyptian officials: Israeli drone strikes Sinai rocket-launching site, kills five
    Drone strike reportedly in cooperation with Egyptian authorities; Palestinian news agency reports Israeli army ordered Eilat airport to close briefly Thursday after Egypt warned of terror attack; IDF is not responding to reports.

    http://www.haaretz.com/news/diplomacy-defense/.premium-1.540699

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  17. Jan zegt:

    Al Qaida Yemen gefinancierd door het westen met losgeld

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