American Jewish Leader urges King Mohammed VI to “stop” controversial anti-Israeli…

first_imgCasablanca- A global Jewish human rights organization addressed a letter to king Mohamed VI urging him stop a draft law that seeks to criminalize normalized relations with Israel.The draft law aims to strengthen the legal arsenal against “trade”, “financial”, “banking” and “insurance operations” with Israel. A restriction would also be placed on “the participation of Moroccans, both those residing in the Kingdom or in Israel, in activities held in the Jewish state. According to the draft law, which was presented by five parliamentary groups, the presence of Israelis in Morocco would be strictly prohibited, and would be deemed an “offense” punishable by “two to five years of imprisonment and a fine between MAD 100,000 and MAD 1 million.”Dr. Shimon Samuels, the Simon Wiesenthal Centre’s Director for International Relations, sent the letter to King Mohammed VI during his visit to the United States. In his letter, Dr. Shimon raised alarm about risks posed by the law on Morocco’s image as a country of tolerance best known for its warm ties with Jewish community around the world: “in your absence, various groups in your Parliament plan to damage Morocco’s reputation for tolerance, its standing as a Western ally and its long history of warm ties with the Moroccan Jewish Diaspora in the United States, Europe and Israel.”He recalled Morocco’s welcome of the Jews in the fifteenth century when they were expelled from Spain, along with the Muslims, and sought refuge in the country: “in 1492, your dynasty welcomed Muslim refugees, together with their Jewish neighbors, both expelled from Christian fundamentalist Spain. These Jewish immigrants contributed greatly to Morocco’s prosperity, just as their departure resulted in a sharp decline in Spanish power”.He also recalled that King Mohamed V, the grandfather of the current king, protected the Jews from the Nazi during the tough times of the second world war, highlighting that “over 250,000 of your former subjects still recall with affection the World War II protection they enjoyed from your grandfather, King Mohammed, in the face of the anti-Semitic laws of the Vichy-France administration. Thousands of Jews, most of them Israeli, now annually visit Morocco as tourists, pilgrims to Jewish grave-sites or business and cultural delegations.”The SWC’s director went on to explain the content of  the draft law when he said,“ Your Majesty, behind your back, a number of political parties aim to ram through Parliament a law, entitled ‘Criminalizing Normalization with the Israeli Entity.’ The law intends to prohibit all participation in activities of Moroccan citizens and residents in which Israelis or Israeli organizations are involved, with punishments of 2 to 5 years imprisonment plus fines of 10,000 to 100,000 euros. The relations to be penalized are listed as ‘economic, political, cultural, artistic or other contacts’”He also indicated the impact the draft bill could have, if approved, on the Moroccan economy and it image at the global level: “this law would not only endanger the Jews remaining in Morocco, it would set a precedent for the exclusion of other minorities, thereby wrecking Your Majesty’s 2011 newly enacted human rights based Constitution. Indeed, it may also deter foreign investment prospects, both current and future”.Dr. Shimon Samuelsargued that “the proposal includes ‘a declaration of diplomatic war’ against all countries that have citizens holding Israeli nationality, as well as against all Moroccans with family ties in Israel, in violation of anti-discrimination provisions of the Council of Europe and the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE), where Morocco holds an observer status.”He concluded by urging the king to interfere in order to stop the draft law and ensure that “this unconstitutional and damaging draft law remains a draft.”Meanwhile, the controversial bill continues to raise concern in Israel. Joel Rubinfeld, co-chairman of the European Jewish Parliament condemns the draft law because it “threatens the opening of Morocco to Israel,” adding that “we must not allow radicalism to take over us.Jewish News One, an English news channel deemed the proposed bill as “anti-Semitic”.On the other hand, Jacky Kadoch, president of the Jewish community in Marrakech-Essaouira insisted that the said bill does not have the slightest chance of being passed in the House of Representatives, believing that “the king will never approve of this law.”The Simon Wiesenthal Center is a global Jewish human rights organization that fights anti-Semitism. According to the center’s official website, the rights group is accredited as an NGO at international organizations, including the United Nations, UNESCO, OSCE, Organization of American States (OAS), the Latin American Parliament (PARLATINO) and the Council of Europe. Based in Los Angeles, the Center maintains offices in New York, Toronto, Miami, Chicago, Paris, Buenos Aires, and Jerusalem.© Morocco World News. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, rewritten or or redistributedlast_img read more

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Malaysia defends decision on Lanka

Regarding the Israel-Palestinian issue, Riot said that Malaysia was looking for a peaceful solution between the two states.He also reassured MPs present that Malaysia would give Sri Lanka a chance to prove itself.“(But) if during the period of reconciliation, that they don’t achieve peace, then the international community will meet and vote whether they will interfere or not,” he told the House.Pakatan Rakyat MPs however were not satisfied with Riot’s response.Criticising the LLRC as “weak”, Klang MP (DAP) Charles Santiago said that the LLRC report supported the Sri Lankan government.Ipoh Barat MP (DAP) M Kulasegaran said that it was “shameful” for Malaysia to be one of the eight abstaining countries.“I compare, these are irrelevant countries. They are substandard (in) human rights values and so forth. Can we compare to them?”“No! Malaysia is entirely different. Our standard is very high, our per capita income is very high. The expectation of the world is very high and we are a member of the Human Rights Council!” he said.He also asked on the allegation that Malaysia’s abstention was due to billion-ringgit business deals with Sri Lanka.Kulasegaran claimed that there were “many big business people” in league with the Barisan Nasional government who were investing in Sri Lanka.In response, Riot said that matters of foreign trade did not come under his ministry and that it came under the Ministry of International trade and Industry. (Courtesy Free Malaysia Today) “Taking into account 30 years of conflict and complexities of domestic issues… unfair for (the UN) resolution to impose an obligation on the government of Sri Lanka to report in just three months,” he said, during the wind-up on the Yang Di-Pertuan Agong’s Speech today. He said that the country, which had fought a civil war between 1972 to 2009, tabled a report investigating the war’s atrocities in its own parliament on Dec 16, 2011. Riot also said that Malaysia had acknowledged Sri Lanka’s national reconciliation process as a domestic issue.He added that Sri Lanka had taken the “necessary steps” to share information with the international community over reconciliation and development efforts. “…the report has said there were human rights violations and crimes against humanity…(by the) Sri Lankan government and the LTTE,” said Riot.He said that Sri Lanka’s Lessons Learnt and Reconciliation Commission (LLRC) confirmed the same thing, adding that the country’s security forces had acted in self-defence.He also claimed that Malaysia’s abstention was not a double standard and that the country did not interfere in other countries’ domestic affairs. To this, the Malaysian government acknowledged that genocide had indeed taken place in the conflict-ridden country, citing a paper known as the “Darusman Report”. Riot was referring to the US-led resolution which was adopted by the UN Human Rights Council on March 22. The resolution was passed with 24 votes in favour, 15 against and eight abstentions.(The countries that abstained from voting were Angola, Botswana, Burkina Faso, Djibouti, Jordan, Kyrgyzstan, Malaysia and Senegal.)In the last few months of the war, more than 40,000 people were alleged to have been killed by security forces and Sri Lankan rebel group, the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Elam (LTTE). Malaysia has defended the decision to abstain from voting in a United Nations resolution urging Sri Lanka to “credibly investigate” allegations of war crimes during the final months of its civil war there.Amongst the reasons, according to Foreign Affairs Deputy Minister Richard Riot, was that Sri Lanka’s problems were too complex to solve in a short time. read more

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South Sudan crisis deepens as oncestable areas fall into violence – UN

Stephen O’Brien (right), Emergency Relief Coordinator, briefs journalists on the humanitarian situation in South Sudan. UN Photo/Rick Bajornas “Let me be clear: people in South Sudan are not just fleeing their homes because they need food, shelter or medical care and school for their children. They are fleeing [because they] fear for their lives,” Mr. O’Brien told reporters at UN Headquarters in New York. “We must protect them, and we must save their lives,” he stressed.The humanitarian situation in the country has witnessed significant deterioration, including in areas that were once relatively stable. Since December 2013, over two million people have fled their homes. Some 1.6 million are displaced within South Sudan and more than 900,000 people have fled to neighbouring countries.The situation has worsened since clashes between rival forces – the Sudan People’s Liberation Army (SPLA) loyal to President Salva Kiir and the SPLA in Opposition backing First Vice-President Riek Machar – erupted in and around the capital, Juba, on 7 July, close to the fifth anniversary of the country’s independence.UN compounds and civilian protection sites managed by the UN Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) were attacked during the fighting, and, according to the High Commissioner for Human Rights, Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein, a preliminary UN investigation into the recent fighting and its aftermath revealed that Government security forces carried out killings and rapes, and looted and destroyed properties.Over the last month alone, some 70,000 South Sudanese crossed the border into Uganda as refugees.Moreover, some 4.8 million people across the country are facing severe food insecurity and 250,000 children are severely malnourished. To add to the suffering, the country is also battling a cholera outbreak. In this course of his visit, Mr. O’Brien travelled to Wau and Aweil, two places that were not long ago considered as beacons of hope for their prospects for development.Now, Wau is mired in severe conflict and Aweil is suffering its worst food insecurity in years. “The situations that I saw in Wau and Aweil are […] emblematic of the devastating fate that has befallen this country,” noted Mr. O’Brien.While in the country, Mr. O’Brien who is also the UN Under-Secretary-General for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs met with President Kiir, as well as other top Government officials. “I expressed in clear terms my shock and dismay at the appalling reports of violations committed against civilians during fighting in recent months, including in Juba,” said Mr. O’Brien adding that, in particular, he condemned the heinous acts of sexual violence carried out against women and girls, including by members of the armed forces.Recalling that 57 aid workers have been killed in the country since December 2013, Mr. O’Brien stressed, “This is unacceptable and unconscionable. I urged the President to take immediate action to end the impunity that has prevailed to date.” [Humanitarians are] risking their own [lives], and I am appalled that they continue to be harassed, targeted and killed.Underscoring the extremely difficult conditions for humanitarian workers, the UN relief chief reiterated that they should be granted free, safe and unhindered access to all people in need, wherever they may be, and that they, themselves, and their assets must be respected. “Humanitarians are in South Sudan to save lives and for no other reason,” he said. “[They are] risking their own [lives], and I am appalled that they continue to be harassed, targeted and killed.” Mr. O’Brien also thanked the international community for its continued support to South Sudan, including more than half a billion dollars donors provided to the Humanitarian Response Plan, the UN humanitarian chief pointed out that a gap of $700 million still persists, and that this will increase once the appeal is revised in the coming weeks to reflect the needs that have arisen since the beginning of 2016. “I call on the international community to make sure together we can avert an even worse humanitarian tragedy in South Sudan,” he urged.In South Sudan, Mr. O’Brien also met with the leadership of UNMISS and discussed the challenges facing the African country and efforts underway by the UN to better protect civilians both inside its bases and beyond. “The scale, breadth and depth of humanitarian needs in South Sudan continue to grow, and the plight of the people demands the world’s attention,” he concluded. read more

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Prisoner charged for threatening to kill President

Alim Ally, a Lusignan Prison inmate who had allegedly placed a 911 call threatening to assassinate President David Granger in November last, was on Monday hauled before the Georgetown Magistrates’ courts and charged on four counts.Alim AllyIt is alleged that Ally whilst in a public place (Lusignan Prison, East Coast Demerara) telephoned 911 and threatened to kill the President and shoot at the Brickdam Police station with intent to cause fear.Three charges of a similar nature followed and according to prosecutor Arvin Moore, the telephone calls were made on different occasions between November 10 and November 19 2017. The accused denied all four of the charges read to him by Magistrate Leron Daly.The prosecutor objected to bail being granted to the accused who appeared unrepresented in court and disclosed that Ally was presently serving a five year sentence at the said penitentiary. This objection was upheld by the magistrate who then ordered the accused to return before the Chief Magistrate Ann McLennan on Thursday, December 21, 2017.Earlier this year, Andriff Gillard had alleged that he was offered $7 million to assassinate the Head of State and accused popular businessman Nizam Khan of being the mastermind on national television.An investigation was promptly launched, followed by a Commission of Inquiry (CoI) that was instructed by President Granger himself.  However, the inquiry found that the story told by Gillard was not corroborated. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Related65-year-old among 3 in custody for threatening to kill President- PoliceApril 6, 2018In “Crime”Sexagenarian accused of threatening to kill President remandedApril 9, 2018In “Court”Prisoner places call to 911, allegedly threatens to kill PresidentNovember 23, 2017In “Crime” read more

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Man accused of stealing chairs mattress remanded to prison

A 35-year-old man who stole a number of items, including a set of chairs and a mattress, found himself before the Court of Law charged with the offence.Seon Bert denied stealing the 24 chairs, mattress and air conditioning unit with a total value of $185,000, property of Nigel Pile.The accused reportedly stole the items on May 1 2018 at North Road, Georgetown.According to the facts of the matter, the Virtual Complainant (VC) secured his business place on April 30 2018, however, upon his return the following day he observed that there was a break-in. Further checks made revealed that the items mentioned in the charge were all stolen.The matter was reported and investigations carried out saw the defendant being arrested with the items in his possession.Bail was objected to by Police Prosectuor Sanj Singh who revealed to Magistrate Leron Daly that Bert has no fixed place of abode.As such, bail was refused and the defendant was remanded to prison. He is scheduled to return on May 25 2018. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)RelatedMan remanded for allegedly stealing money from GrandfatherMarch 3, 2015In “Crime”Man accused of stealing cellphone remanded to prisonAugust 11, 2017In “Court”Repeat offender charged with motorcycle theftJanuary 15, 2018In “Court” read more

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Khammam SCCL chief to discuss company profits with CM soon

first_imgKhammam: Singareni Collieries Company Limited (SCCL) Chairman and Managing Director N Sridhar informed that he would soon meet Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao and discuss profits of the company and their distribution to workers.Speaking at a board meeting in Hyderabad on Friday, the CMD appreciated the workers for making the company meet the production targets and gain profits. He informed that the company had made a profit of 1,766 crore in 2018-19 financial year. Also Read – Two Urban forest parks inaugurated in Hyderabad Advertise With Us He also informed that after the formation of the new State, the company saw stellar growth. He also reviewed the company’s profits in the last five years. State Finance Chief Secretary K Ramakrishna Rao, Union Coal Ministry Deputy Secretary PSL Swamy, Director Mukesh Chowdary and company directors S Shankar, S Chandra Sekhar, B Bhasker Rao, N Balaram and company secretary G Srinivas attended the meeting.last_img read more

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The Race for Mayor of Baltimore

first_imgSean YoesIn about a month, far too few of Baltimore’s residents (if recent history is any indicator) will cast votes during the Democratic Primary April 26. And although there is a general election in November, in this overwhelmingly Democratic city, the winners of next month’s contest will more than likely prevail in the fall.Several city-wide offices and all of the seats on the Baltimore City Council are being challenged. But, at this historic moment in the city’s history — in wake of all that transpired last year — the next mayor of Baltimore inherits a herculean task.In the words of the legendary hip hop trio, De La Soul, “Stakes is high.”Of all the political races I’ve covered over the years, I’ve occupied my most compelling perspective for this tipping point election in 2016. I’ve moderated three mayoral debates and interviewed dozens of candidates for all city offices, including mayor, as host of “First Edition.” And it has been fascinating, if at times a bit maddening to watch the process unfold.However, one thing that has been incredibly encouraging to witness is the numbers of young men and women who have thrown their hats in the ring and declared their desire to provide leadership and have a very real stake in the trajectory of this city’s future.In the race for mayor several young leaders have emerged including former prosecutor Elizabeth Embry, former banker Patrick Gutierrez, community advocate Joshua Harris (running as a Green Party candidate), Black Lives Matter activist DeRay McKesson, Baltimore City Councilman Nick Mosby (D) and former Obama White House staffer, Calvin Young.All six have impressed in different ways for different reasons. Embry has exhibited exceptional command of and an innovative approach to public safety issues. Mosby has been relentless in his narrative of delivering youthful, effective change for Baltimore (this week he has produced the campaign’s first attack ad, skewering the “failed” leadership of former Mayor Sheila Dixon (D), Councilman Carl Stokes (D) and Sen. Catherine Pugh (D), as part of a feckless old guard). And more people have approached me directly to tell me they are most impressed by Young, typically because of what they perceive is his fresh ideas and incisive manner.But, among our more provincial and suspicious neighbors, which may be the city’s majority (whether we want to admit it or not), there is a consensus emerging around the young lions (and one lioness) who aspire to occupy the big chair at City Hall; they need more seasoning. Still, many others would argue just the opposite. We’ll see which sentiment prevails on April 26.Nevertheless, the two frontrunners, Dixon and Pugh are indeed well known. In a recent Baltimore Sun, University of Baltimore poll the two women were in a virtual tie with Pugh ahead of the former mayor 26 to 24 percent. With about a month left, the city’s demographics could craft some circuitous storylines.Lingering in third in that Sun, UB poll is businessman David Warnock (who has been running tv ads for months) with 10 percent of the vote. When it comes to the ubiquitous specter of race in Baltimore, veteran political observers know generally Blacks are more apt to vote for White candidates, than Whites are likely to vote for Black candidates. Pugh has historically enjoyed broad support in the business community, as well as the city’s White communities generally. Could Warnock’s (and maybe to a lesser degree Embry’s) presence cut into enough of Pugh’s White votes, to imperil the Senator’s chances of victory in such a tight contest, returning Dixon to the chair?Or, could we revisit that 1999 playbook, which saw Martin O’Malley win what seemed like an implausible victory over former City Council President Lawrence Bell and Stokes? That outcome has left a bitter taste in the mouths of many to this day. Some believe we could see the sequel with Warnock as the beneficiary in 2016.I’m not sure what’s going to happen on April 26. But, I am absolutely convinced Baltimore revels in its propensity for political panache.Sean Yoes is a senior contributor to the AFRO and host and executive producer of, “First Edition,” which airs Monday through Friday, 5-7 p.m on WEAA, 88.9last_img read more

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Louisville Athletics Holds Top30 Standing in Learfield Directors Cup

first_img 10. Florida SEC 603.75 21. North Carolina ACC 489.50 1. Stanford Pac 12 1158.75 Following the Louisville women’s fourth place finish the 2019 NCAA Championships, the Cardinals become the first ACC program in history to have both its men’s and women’s teams finish among the top-five in the team standings at NCAAs in the same year  The women’s NCAA week was highlighted by a pair of national championships by Mallory Comerford.  Comerford, a senior from Kalamazoo, Mich., is the three-time ACC Women’s Swimmer of the Year and a 10-time individual and 16-time relay All-American. She led her Cardinals to a best-ever fourth-place finish at the 2019 NCAA Championship. She was the first woman to win both the 100 and 200 freestyle at the NCAA Championship since 2006 and is a four-time NCAA individual champion overall. The University of Louisville women won three gold and two bronzes and finished third in the 2019 ACC Swimming and Diving. Cardinal senior Mallory Comerford won her second Most Valuable Swimmer Award to cap off a stellar ACC career. Arthur Albiero was named ACC Women’s Coach of the Year. 7. Ohio State Big Ten 652.50 5. Minnesota Big Ten 661.75 5. Kentucky SEC 661.75 First year UofL Coach Chris Mack guided the men’s basketball team to a 20-14 record while facing the nation’s fourth-toughest schedule and reached UofL’s 38th NCAA Tournament. Picked to finish 11th in the ACC, UofL achieved a 10-8 conference record and earned a tie for sixth in the final regular season standings. The Cardinals beat four Associated Press Top 25 teams and were No. 22 in the nation in the NCAA’s NET rankings. 11. NC State ACC 588.50 The Louisville women finished fourth in at the ACC Indoor Championships this season. Alivia Ash and Dorcas Wasike won ACC titles while 10 athletes earned All-ACC honors. Makenli Forrest and Wasike advanced to the 2019 NCAA Indoor Championships. Forrest threw a personal-best 22.54m/73-11.50 in the final round of the weight throw to clinch second place. She earned first-team All-American accolades, becoming a two-time All-American after earning second-team honors in 2018. Wasike clocked a time of 15:55.84 to finish ninth in the 5,000m, earning second team All-American honors. The Louisville women finished tied for 27th at the NCAA Indoor Championships. 22. USC Pac 12 482.50 2018-19 Learfield Directors’ Cup Division I Winter Standings Louisville accumulated 297.5 points from its winter sports to move the Cardinals to 29th in the standings. UofL is one of eight ACC schools inside the top 30, tied for the most of any conference in the country. 13. Texas Big 12 572.25 9. Virginia ACC 621.00 18. LSU SEC 510.33 23. Iowa Big Ten 465.00 28. Virginia Tech ACC 430.33 The Cardinals picked up 80 points from women’s swimming and diving, 75 from men’s swimming and diving and 73 from women’s basketball. Men’s and women’s indoor track and field added 44.5 and men’s basketball tallied 25 more. 8. Notre Dame ACC 622.00 30. Washington Pac 12 420.00 The Learfield Directors’ Cup was developed as a joint effort between the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA) and USA Today.  Points are awarded based on each institution’s finish in NCAA Championships. 19. Princeton Ivy League 503.50 26. Arizona State Pac 12 437.00 17. Indiana Big Ten 512.00 14. Oregon Pac 12 550.50 20. Texas A&M SEC 495.00 Louisville swimming and diving made a historic run this season. History was made on the final night of the NCAA Championships as the Louisville men’s swimming and diving team had program-record fifth place finish on Saturday evening at the Lee and Joe Jamail Texas Swimming Center. The Cardinals’ 212 points were also the most scored by a Louisville team at an NCAA Championships. Prior to this year’s NCAA Championships, the Louisville men’s top finish occurred in both 2018 and 2012 when the Cardinals placed ninth overall. UofL finished the 2019 ACC Men’s Championship on a thrilling note, posting the fastest time in the nation in their 400 Free Relay gold medal. With three silver and two golds on the final night, UofL fought off a hard-charging Virginia team to claim the runners-up slot with 1135.5 points. Learfield Directors’ Cup Winter Standings 4. Wisconsin Big Ten 715.50 12. Duke ACC 580.00 3. Penn State Big Ten 830.50 Head coach Jeff Walz led the women’s basketball team to a 32-4 record, an Atlantic Coast Conference regular season championship, a No. 1 seed in the NCAA Tournament and a trip to the NCAA Elite Eight in 2018-19. The Cardinals finished with eight wins against Top 25 teams, including a 78-69 win over No. 2 UConn at the KFC Yum! Center, and reached as high as No. 2 in the Associated Press and USA Today polls. The senior class of Arica Carter, Asia Durr and Sam Fuehring concluded their careers with a 123-23 record, making them the winningest senior class in program history. Durr was named ACC Player of the Year and a consensus All-American. 16. Florida State ACC 536.75 Story Links 15. BYU WCC 539.50 29. Louisville ACC 422.50 2. Michigan Big Ten 912.75 27. Arkansas SEC 432.50 25. Tennessee SEC 462.75 LOUISVILLE, Ky. – On the backs on success during the winter sports season, the University of Louisville athletics department climbed into the top 30 in the latest Learfield Directors’ Cup Division I standings that were released on Thursday. 24. Nebraska Big Ten 463.75 Print Friendly Versionlast_img read more

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Super Model Kiran Rai determined to break into Bollywood

first_imgNew Delhi: British Actor and Presenter Kiran Rai who has hosted more than 101 major events including being featured in 670 newspapers and magazines and recently won an award from the Indian Goverment radio ” All India Radio ” will be the star guest of Amjad Khan Boxing Foundation where fighters from across the world will be fighting against each other to win the tournament happening at Marwah Studios in Noida on the 30th March. Rai has quoted ” I am very pleased to be able to be a guest and star of his event, its amazing to be part of this and keep pushing and pushing, I have already been awarded and been interviewed on National Radio’s and will be heading this Mumbai this week ” Rai who is keen to start his career in Bollywood has quoted that he will stay true and honest and is determined to get a lead role in a Bollywood film. Also Read – Add new books to your shelf The 27-year-old Rai, who hails from Nottingham, London was just an aspirant lad with dreams of rolling in the entertainment industry. After standing outside Waterloo station for a month, a 23-year-old prospective actor managed to raise a significant £15,000 from the people who ‘threw money’ at him whilst he held a sign saying ‘please support me’ In the early days of his career in the entertainment industry, he has already taken the IFF award in Mumbai for “Foreign artist of the year” is currently in South Africa as part of his world tour sponsored by DMS and Ralph Pereira, the founder of Social Box. Also Read – Over 2 hours screen time daily will make your kids impulsive In a short span of time, Rai has hosted 101 shows including 22 major sports events including Wimbledon; Formula-1 awhile not debuting a single movie out shows determination. He is the brand ambassador for Social Box and South Africa is the 13th country in the last six months that he has visited. Much recently, Bollywood actress Sophie Chaudhary at an awards show felicitated him, which lead him to hosting his 80th show, which includes the World Cup, Formula-1, Wimbledon and the Brit awards in London’s Royal Albert Hall.last_img read more

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Trump campaign is broke Tea Lizard Flying bouncehouse National Selfie Day

first_imgNew campaign financials released show Trump’s campaign is basically broke. (NY Mag)Recipients of payments from Trump campaign with “Trump” in name, through May 31. Doesn’t include Mar-a-Lago/planes. pic.twitter.com/JF6skaWYGF— Derek Willis (@derekwillis) June 21, 2016 Trump’s campaign began June with just $1.3 million in cash on hand https://t.co/P1lUqBXkWi pic.twitter.com/PTTMJI7VlP— The New York Times (@nytimes) June 21, 2016 Social media is going nuts over a GMA tweet that called Kermit the Frog meme, the “Tea Lizard”. (AV Club)Does #CryingLeBron join other meme greats like #tealizard, #CryingJordan and #smockin / the mask? Tweet us! pic.twitter.com/4xoDahAk1Q— Good Morning America (@GMA) June 21, 2016 Advertisement A bounce house in New York flew away into some power lines.Video of bounce house as it flies into high tension lines in Town Of Niagara pic.twitter.com/VIQfYPqkOm— Niagara Co.Fire Wire (@NCfirewire) June 18, 2016 It’s National Selfie Day. 10 reasons why they’re ruining our society. (Metro UK) Jane Goodall says zoo made the right decision to shoot Harambe. (Time)last_img read more

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Gay internet star goes to Starbucks his old bully is now serving

first_imgeTN Chatroom for Readers (join us) Bretman Rock gets served by homophobic bully at Starbucks GAYSTARNEWS- One fan said: ‘But there’s nothing wrong with working at Starbucks???? You probably have fans who work there too. What does that mean? Lol’Another said: ‘But you’re barely out of high school. Not everyone can be famous right outside of school. He’s taking his time and doing his thing, don’t shit on him for taking a different route to get money than you are. That’s pretty low.’‘Crazy how life works huh…’Rock responded: ‘Y’all always got something to be sensitive about ain’t nobody said working at Starbucks was wrong….. the fuck …’‘My point is- if you’re gonna call someone a faggot everyday and make them feel worthless… then you better make sure you are actually somebody.’But other fans were supportive.They said: ‘He works in starbucks now you’re making star bucks.’The beauty queen was named one of Time magazine’s most influential teens in 2017.Got a news tip? Want to share your story? Email us . Gay men, stop hot-shaming me for going to the gymAaron Carter temporarily quits social media over negative reaction to coming out as biMalaysia has started blocking access to HIV and LGBTI websitesRead the full article on Gaystarnews:  :https://www.gaystarnews.com/article/gay-internet-star-goes-to-starbucks-his-old-bully-is-now-serving-him-coffee/center_img Starbucks meets star bucks? They say you should be careful of what you say to your school peers, because you never know what they’ll turn out to be.One teen, Bretman Rock, is a make-up star on Instagram.He has nearly 10 million followers on the social media platform.Gay star goes to Starbucks…As a 19-year-old Filipino who relocated to Hawaii, his legions of fans have given him a career only some people could dream of.Rock decided to go to his local Starbucks. Ordering his typical order, he was surprised to see the barista in the green apron was someone he recognized.‘Some boy that use[d] to bully me everyday just served me my Starbucks drink…. crazy how life works huh,’ he posted on Twitter.The social media star was dragged for implying that working at the international coffee chain was a bad thing. Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading…last_img read more

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first_imgJudas Iscariot, Christ’s betrayer in the garden of Gethsemane, is considered to be the world’s greatest scoundrel. His name has come to mean traitor, and in the Spanish speaking world, Judas Night, the night before Easter, was the night to expose and shame those who misbehaved by constructing and burning a “Judas,” or effigy, and naming it after the guilty party. This laudable custom gave out with the 19th century.But one example is still remembered 150 years later. In 1870 an outspoken Catholic priest in San Ramón, Father Joaquin Garcia Carrillo, made history by composing a 5,500 word scathing critique of his parishoners and reading it in the central plaza on Judas Night. Handwritten and all in verse, he called it the Testamento de Judas. The good father had plenty to bitch about.During his time as pastor, from 1868 to 1870, San Ramón and Palmares were united, neither town counting enough souls to support a separate church and Father Joaquin, seeing the need for a new church, expected the two communities to build one in brotherhood (sisters didn’t count back then). But alas, the two towns could not agree on the construction. The San Ramonenses wanted a church of wood like the old church, while the Palmareños fought for the newer type of constuction which was now required by the government for public buildings. Moreover, the Palmareños got to work, the Ramonenses took their time. It irked the Palmareños to no end that their rivals showed up to get paid but not to work. When they finally had it, the Palmareños separated, founding their own parish, saying, in effect, “to hell with San Ramón.”But there was more. The church in San Ramón languished for lack of support. Although tithing, or el diezmo was abolished during the presidency of Fr. Joaquin’s uncle, Braulio Carrillo, the faithful were fully expected to contribute to the church. They balked.Father was determined to straighten them out. He believed in working for the common good and one of his projects was the Calle de los Penitentes, a road between San Ramón and San Mateo.   His penance in the confessional, instead of Hail Marys and Our Fathers,was  road building, the number of days depending on each one’s “bag of sins.”Father Joaquin knew his people, and their sins. The Testamento de Judas is the story of the parish of San Ramón with parishioners thinly disguised. Today we cannot guess who they are but in 1870, their identities were not so well hidden.Father Joaquin, fed up with his parish and its squabbling, asked to be relived and was sent back to his old parish in San Antonio de Belen, where he died in 1886. He is buried in the cemetery there, the burial grounds that he himself established for the community after the battles and cholera epidemic of 1856. The Testamento de Judas was written sometime before 1870, but that is the year that Father Joaquin read it publicly on Judas Night. Although it was published in Alajuela that year and some copies of the manuscript were distributed among friends in San Ramón, it landed in obscurity.Then in 1972, Elisio Gamboa Villalobos found a copy, all tattered and smudged, and copied it on his typewriter, thus saving it for present and future generations. Although it is not always easy reading, it is considered to be the foundation of poetry, which gave San Ramón the name of City of Poets. A new edition of the Testamento de Judas, with a biography of the Father Joaquin and an explanation of the problems besetting San Ramon, by Jose Angel Vargas Vargas, is sold in the regional museum of San Ramon for ¢2,500.El Camino de los Penitentes also goes back to Father Garcia’s shepherding. The road from San Ramón to San Mateo was constructed by San Ramonenses for their sins. Instead of saying Hail Marys and Our Fathers as a punishment, the priest had them work on the road for three days. The road is mostly abandoned now. Facebook Comments No related posts.last_img read more

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that there was one too many reasons to get into action" says Altinay Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said the operations against ISIS were not a one-off but part of a broader strategy Government forces also arrested more than 200 people in security sweeps across the country For some the question is why it took so long for the Turks to act against ISIS Redur Xelil a spokesman for the YPG the Kurdish group fighting ISIS in northern Syria has many times accused Turkey of siding with ISIS "Turkey is helping ISIS and facilitating their moves in and out of Syria as well as aiding them in logistics and other levels" says Xelil Xelil says he doesnt trust Turkeys motivations believing it to be more of political play than genuine desire to defeat the militants "All this is connected to the policy of the Turkish state and its interest in pleasing the international community and the world by showing it is against terrorism" says Xelil "If the Turkish state was truly serious about fighting ISIS it would have taken action the day the international coalition was formed" Turkey has fought a long and bloody war against its own Kurdish separatists This has complicated the situation in southern Turkey where Turkish troops many times targeted by the Kurdish separatists decide what goes in and out of Syria Some of the 200 people arrested in in these security sweeps were actually Turkish Kurds who were not suspected of being part of ISIS Some analysts speculated that Turkey might prefer ISIS to an independent Syrian Kurdish state on its border worried it could further motivate Turkish Kurds to reignite their violent campaign for Kurdish sovereignty on Turkish territory Just this week Kurdish militants claimed an attack that killed two Turkish troops But both Cagoptay and Altinay say the delay was Turkeys desire not to bring the violence of the Syrian conflict onto its territory despite already hosting more that 18 million Syrian refugees "I think Turkey was between a rock and hard place" says Altinay of the attempt to balance US pressure to act while not spurring attacks by the militants US officials have stressed the importance of Turkeys active participation in the coalition Not only do does it have a better equipped and more capable military than the USs other regional anti-ISIS allies but also bases with proximity to strategic ISIS locations which will be key for both surveillance and military action "Its game changing in that it has given the US the military tool box" says Cagoptay Meet the Kurdish Women Taking the Battle to ISIS 18-year-old YPJ (Women’s Protection Unit) fighter Torin Khairegi: “We live in a world where women are dominated by men We are here to take control of our future I injured an ISIS jihadi in Kobani When he was wounded all his friends left him behind and ran away Later I went there and buried his body I now feel that I am very powerful and can defend my home my friends my country and myself Many of us have been martyred and I see no path other than the continuation of their path" Newsha Tavakolian for TIME YPJ fighters on their base at the border between Syria and Iraq Young female fighters are indoctrinated to the ideology of their charismatic leader Abdullah Ocalan head of the Kurdish Workers’ Party (PKK) who promotes marxist thought and empowerment of women Newsha Tavakolian for TIME 18 year-old YPJ fighter Saria Zilan from Amuda Syria: "I fought ISIS in Serikani I captured one of them and wanted to kill him but my comrades did not let me He kept staring at the ground and would not look at me because he said it was forbidden by his religion to look at a woman" Newsha Tavakolian for TIME 20-year old YPJ fighter Aijan Denis from Amuda Syria: "Where I am now men and women are equal and we all have the same thought which is fighting for our ideology and the rights of women My three sisters and I are all in YPJ" Newsha Tavakolian for TIME YPJ members take part in daily combat training at their base in Serikani Syria Newsha Tavakolian for TIME Three YPJ fighters sit in an armed vehicle at their base in eastern Syria days after returning from the front Newsha Tavakolian for TIME YPJ members including one who was wounded fighting against ISIS in Kobani Syria at the all-women Asayesh Security Base in Derek Syria Newsha Tavakolian for TIME 16 year-old YPJ fighter Barkhodan Kochar from Darbasi Syria: "The war influenced me a lot Before joining YPJ whenever I asked my family about politics they’d say ‘that’s not your business you’re just a girl’ But when I saw how the women of YPJ gave their lives for what they believed in I knew that I wanted to be one of them" Newsha Tavakolian for TIME A billboard showing fallen YPJ solders reading “With you we live on and life continues” Newsha Tavakolian for TIME In Western Kurdistan the Syrian autonomous region Kurds call Rojava young people are taught the ideology of the PYD (the Democratic Union Party of Syria) an affiliate of PKK (Kurdistan Workers’ Party) Many of these young people will soon be drafted into YPJ and YPG armies to fight ISIS Newsha Tavakolian for TIME in Syria graves of YPJ members who were killed fighting ISIS In the foreground female fighters are buried together Newsha Tavakolian for TIME A picture of 17 year-old Cicek Derek who died in the besieged city of Kobani Syria where her fellow fighters were unable to retrieve her body Newsha Tavakolian for TIME Rojin the sister of 17 year-old YPJ fighter Cicek Derek who died fighting in Kobani Syria "When my mother told Cicek ‘Please stay with your mother’ she answered ‘I left to fight for all the mothers of the world I cannot stay here’" Newsha Tavakolian for TIME A scarf belonging to 17-year-old YPJ fighter Cicek Derek who was killed in Kobani Syria was all that could be brought back to her family Her body remains in Kobani Newsha Tavakolian for TIME A wedding dress outside a bridal shop in a town near Qamishlou Syria YPG graffiti can be seen on the walls of adjacent buildings YPJ and YPG members are neither allowed to marry nor can they have sexual relationships according their ideology Newsha Tavakolian for TIME 20 year-old YPJ fighter Beritan Khabat from Derek Syria She joined the YPJ four years ago to protect her homeland and put an end to the suppression of women "I fought ISIS in Jezza and Serikani Women of YPJ are not scared of ISIS" Newsha Tavakolian for TIME 1 of 16 Advertisement Contact us at editors@timecom is just finishing up his probation. read more

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