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Sunday, November 25, 2012

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Tens of Thousands March After Islamist President Grants Himself Broad Powers

Mohammed Asad/Associated Press
Protesters opposed to Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi try to gain access to a building used by Morsi supporters near Cairo's Tahrir Square.
CAIRO—Divisions in Egypt deepened as tens of thousands of people took to the streets across the country in competing demonstrations backing and opposing sweeping new powers President Mohammed Morsi granted himself by decree a day earlier.
Thousands of Egyptians gathered in Cairo's Tahrir Square in reaction to the president's move to grant himself near-absolute power. WSJ's Sam Dagher captured the voices of both those in support of and against Morsi. Via #WorldStream. Photo: AP.
The standoff puts in sharp focus a fundamental issue roiling the Arab world's most populous state since the historic changes that elevated Mr. Morsi and his Islamist allies to power last year: the fear among many Egyptians of his government, even if democratically elected, ruling unchecked.
Mr. Morsi spoke to large crowds of supporters outside the presidential palace, pronouncing himself a leader for all Egyptians, including his opponents. He expressed determination to forge ahead with the decrees, which consolidate his power and sideline the judiciary.
Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi pushed to consolidate his power at home. Sam Dagher reports from Cairo on The News Hub.
Associated Press
Supporters of Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi chant slogans and wave his campaign posters outside the presidential palace in Cairo.
Zuma Press
Mohammed Morsi, center, salutes supporters Friday in Cairo.
Protesters attack a Muslim Brotherhood logo in Alexandria on Friday.
U.S. officials said the decrees were a surprise, coming just a day after American diplomats spent significant time working with Mr. Morsi to defuse a violent row between Israel and the militant group Hamas over the preceding week.
"The decisions and declarations announced on Nov. 22 raise concerns for many Egyptians and for the international community," U.S. State Department spokeswoman Victoria Nuland said Friday. "One of the aspirations of the revolution was to ensure that power would not be overly concentrated in the hands of any one person or institution."
Ms. Nuland called on Egypt to adopt "a constitution that includes checks and balances, and respects fundamental freedoms, individual rights, and the rule of law consistent with Egypt's international commitments."
Opponents of Mr. Morsi took to the streets for much of the day Friday, a day when protests have become a regular activity in the region.
"People have lost faith in him. Anyone who takes such immature decisions can do anything to us, like establish a religious state similar to the dark ages in Europe," said one protester in Cairo's Tahrir Square.
Mr. Morsi presented himself as a "faithful guardian" of the revolution and defended his moves as necessary to ensure that the transition to a more open and democratic system isn't derailed by a "clutch" of former regime loyalists who he described as conspiring against the country and wishing for the new regime to fail.
"My love to all the people of Egypt, you and even those that oppose you, I have the utmost respect for everyone," he told his cheering crowds.
"But Egypt, the revolution, the president of Egypt—the institution that we are building now—can isolate the rot that's present and put it aside so that the country functions," he added.
He assured his political opponents that he wouldn't take any measures against them.
"We won't oppress anyone," he said.
The set of decrees that sparked the current uproar were part of a six-point constitutional declaration announced on Thursday.
They exempt the president's decisions from all judicial review and bar courts from dissolving a constitutional-drafting committee that has increasingly come under the sway of Mr. Morsi's allies in the Muslim Brotherhood party.
The courts were expected to consider dissolving the committee in the coming weeks.
Earlier in the week, representatives of Egyptian churches and nearly two dozen liberal figures withdrew from the constitutional panel, complaining the process has been overtaken by Islamists.
Mr. Morsi became Egypt's president in June after landmark elections but had to assume legislative powers as well because the newly elected Parliament dominated by his Islamist coalition was dissolved by the country's Supreme Constitutional Court.
Mr. Morsi and his allies and advisers say the move was necessary to expedite a transitional period that has been shackled by what they call obstructionist opposition political parties and remnants of the former regime. In his speech, Mr. Morsi said that he was determined that a referendum for a new constitution be held by February followed by fresh parliamentary elections.
Maha Azzam, an Egypt expert with the London-based think tank Chatham House, said while Mr. Morsi's move is worrisome to many, others will see it in the context of a fierce anti-Morsi campaign by the secular and liberal forces who lost the elections.
"There are political figures in Egypt that still cannot accept that an Islamist has been elected as president of Egypt," Ms. Azzam said.
Earlier Friday after noon mosque prayers, crowds started converging on Cairo's Tahrir Square, the epicenter of protests that brought down Hosni Mubarak, the country's former president, chanting anti-Morsi slogans and comparing his to his predecessor.
"The people want to bring down the regime," some protesters shouted, echoing one of the most memorable chants of the Arab Spring uprisings that toppled several regional leaders in 2011.
Crowds estimated in the thousands massed in the square with some opposition activists pitching tents for the night.
Slogans accused Mr. Morsi of having turned himself into a "demigod" or "pharaoh," demanding that he rescind the latest decrees.
On nearby Kaser al-Aini Street, clashes between young protesters and security forces protecting several government institutions and ministries in the area continued for a fifth day. The protesters lobbed rocks and petrol bombs while security forces responded with a barrage of tear-gas shots.
By nightfall, these skirmishes spilled over into the riverfront avenue known as Corniche al-Neel with police blanketing the area in front of a luxury hotel with tear gas and protesters setting off a fire that was later doused by a firetruck.
The fiercest clashes were in Alexandria, where protesters set on fire the main office of the Salafist-Muslim Brotherhood coalition allied with Mr. Morsi. A statement by the Brotherhood said a nearby mosque was also damaged by the fire accusing liberal and secular forces of committing a "crime" against Islamic sanctities
Ali Abdel-Raouf, a Morsi supporter who ventured to Tahrir Square, said the protesters were being grossly unfair to the president because his decree also fulfilled most of their demands like the appointment of a new prosecutor general and the compensation of victims of the former regime.
"How can President Morsi achieve what all the masses have been yearning for and then be punished, that's the big question," he said.
Most of Mr. Morsi's Islamist allies including the Muslim Brotherhood party, which is the most powerful member of the current governing coalition, gathered outside the Federation presidential palace in Heliopolis on the northeast side of the capital.
A stage was set up on the street, where Mr. Morsi spoke.
Crowds in Heliopolis chanted pro-Morsi slogans such as, "Morsi isn't alone," and the "People want to cleanse the corruption."
Islamist speakers took turns riling the crowds with anti-Israel slogans.
"Morsi, you have made us proud during the events of Gaza after our face was in the mud," said one speaker.
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(CNN) -- Thousands of supporters of various Egyptian Salafi groups gathered in Cairo's Tahrir Square on Friday calling for the immediate implementation of Islamic law.
Before midday prayers, speakers called on the government of President Mohamed Morsy to move quickly to implement Sharia. Morsy won the office as the candidate for the Muslim Brotherhood-affiliated Freedom and Justice Party.
About 10,000 demonstrators advocating for Sharia filled the square, chanting in unison, "The people want God's law applied."
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Amanpour: Protests gather steam in Egypt
Egypt is formulating a new, post-revolutionary constitution, and Sharia's place in the process is highly contentious -- dividing Islamists and secularists, and even Islamists themselves. The Muslim Brotherhood is in favor of gradual implementation of Sharia, while the Salafis want it imposed immediately.
Many Egyptians complain that the country should focus on cutting poverty and unemployment, reviving the flagging economy and fighting corruption.
Egypt's Coptic Christian minority, which makes up between 8% and 10% of the population, is adamantly opposed to the demands by the Salafis and their allies for Sharia's implementation.
The recently elected Coptic pope, Tawadros II, has expressed his opposition to Egypt's adaptation of a religious constitution.
Demonstration organizers set up a large stage and sound system overnight. Residents in the neighborhoods around Tahrir slept fitfully as the sound system blasted religious songs and prayers starting at midnight.
The two main organizers are the Gama'a Islamiya, which fought against the security forces of ousted President Hosni Mubarak, and the Salafi Front, which was founded after Mubarak's departure. Earlier this week, the Muslim Brotherhood and the Salafi Nour Party declared they would not participate in the event.
Such demonstrations, by groups across the political spectrum, have become an almost weekly occurrence since the ouster of the Mubarak regime in February 2011.
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Turkey has asked NATO to deploy “Patriot” missiles on the Turkish side near the Turkish-Syrian border.


In an interview with the Voice of Russia, Russian analyst Konstantin Sivkov said: “Deploying these missiles in Turkey will be dangerous for Syrian military planes – this is obvious. A lesser obvious thing is that Turkey is getting ready for a war against Syria. If an attack on Syria from the territory of Turkey does take place, this will most likely be an attack not of the Turkish army, but of NATO’s forces.”
“The Middle East is getting ready for a large-sale battle which will very likely affect the Russian part of the Caucasus, and this, in its turn, will be reflected on the entire Russia,” Mr. Sivkov added.
The planned deployment by NATO countries of Patriot air defence systems on Turkey’s Syria border will actually amount to the imposition of a no-fly zone for Syrian aircraft in circumvention of the UN Security Council.
The opinion has been voiced by the leading research fellow of the Russian Institute for Oriental Studies, Vladimir Kudelev.
He feels that Patriot systems may drastically influence the fighting between the government troops and the opposition in the north of Syria, since the militants will thus get a 200 kilometre - to 250 kilometre-wide “umbrella” all along the Syrian-Turkish border.
The deployment of Patriots would also undermine the role of the UN Security Council, which, experts feel, would hardly authorize any proposal to impose a no-fly zone for Syrian aircraft.
Plans for the deployment of the Patriot Missile Air-Defence Systems on the Turkish-Syrian border are defensive in character, NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen said in a telephone talk with Russia’s Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov. Earlier Moscow voiced its concern over the militarization of that region.
The above-mentioned telephone talk was held on the initiative of the NATO Secretary General. Moscow says that Rasmussen wanted to clarify the situation with the deployment of the Patriot Missile Air-Defence Systems on the Turkish territory. Ankara filed a relevant request to NATO on November 21st. The information that appeared in the press more than once last month said that Turkey was making preparations for appealing to Brussels. Possibly, acting in this way Ankara wanted to indirectly put pressure on its NATO allies. As you know, till recently NATO was strongly against getting involved in a conflict between Turkey and Syria, a political analyst, Stanislav Tarasov, says.
"They started asking NATO to interfere in the conflict, using the Alliance’s Clause No.5 – the defence of territories. Which means that they wanted to drag NATO into the conflict and thus, to ensure its military presence in the region. NATO said “No”. Then they resorted to Clause No. 4 – the provision of help".
NATO said that it would consider Turkey’s request without any delay. And Germany’s Foreign Ministry said that Turkey’s request should be met without any delay. Media reports even said that Berlin was ready not only to provide the Patriot Missile Air-Defence Systems to Turkey but also to send 120 Bundeswehr soldiers to the region. Turkey has not only moved its forces to its border with Syria but has also approved a law enabling it to bring its troops into the territory of its neighbor in case of a military threat. The reason for such a large- scale militarization was firing missiles into the Syrian territory, which official Damascus called an accident. Any escalation of this conflict is inadmissible, Russia’s Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said on November 23rd. Moscow is well aware of Turkey’s concern as well as of NATO’s arguments but what is important in this case is the potential, not intentions – that is why any militarization on the Turkish-Syrian border may lead to an uncontrollable turn of events, the Russian minister said.
"Any accumulation of arms creates certain risks and urges all those who would like like to resort to the exterior factor of force to finally use it. We believe that this will not happen, and that all outside players will display maximum responsibility in assessing the on-going developments in the region'.
In the diplomatic language this means that the events in Syria may start developing according to the Libyan Scenario, experts say. As you know, the opposition is losing its support, and Assad has a military superiority in Syria now, an Oriental studies expert, Azhdar Kurtov, says.
"The Syrian-Turkish border has a sophisticated mountain relief. Under such conditions, combat aviation is a very effective method of fighting against the rebels. Thus, if Turkey deploys the Patriot Missile Air-Defence Systems on its territory, it will be able to block Syria using its own aviation in the border regions on its own territory, which may change the turn of military developments in the region. When the overthrowing of the Gaddafi regime was under way, a no-fly zone was established over Libya. Something like that may be created near the Turkish-Syrian border".
Moscow’s fears may also be caused by something that is not directly linked with the crisis in Syria, a Turkish political analyst, Barysh Adybelli, says.
"Moscow believes that in case the Patriot Misslile Air-Defence Systems are deployed in Turkey, they can be used as one of the elements of the early warning system - that is, as one of the elements of the European missile defence system which the USA is ardently defending by now".
Official Ankara reacted to Moscow’s statements on November 23rd. Turkey’s Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan called Moscow’s reaction to a possible deployment of the Patriot Missile Air-Defence systems erroneous, adding that Russia is trying to present Turkey’s domestic issue as its own problem. Fears remain though.
NATO chief Anders Fogh Rasmussen assured Russia’s Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov that plans of the alliance to deploy Patriot air defense missiles in Turkey are of purely defensive.
Mr. Rasmussen and Mr. Lavrov had a phone conversation on Friday initiated by NATO chief.
A statement released by the Russian Foreign Ministry after the talks says that Mr. Lavrov expressed his concerns over NATO`s plans to place Patriot air missiles on the Turkish-Syrian border.
He mentioned Russia’s initiative to help Ankara and Damascus be able to discuss all differences directly amid the increasing military potential in the region in order to avoid incidents.
Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan said that Russia’s reaction to the deployment of the Patriot air defense systems on the border with Syria, which Ankara requested from the NATO on Wednesday, was "erroneous".
Answering the question about the Moscow's reaction to Turkey’s request to NATO, the official representative of the Foreign Ministry of the Russian Federation Alexander Lukashevich noted on Thursday that Russia considered the militarization of the Syrian-Turkish border to be an alarm signal. "I believe Russia’s statement to be very erroneous", - the Turkish Prime Minister said in this regard to accompanying journalists on his return from Pakistan from the summit of the "Islamic group of eight".
Russia has expressed its concern over the militarization of the Turkish-Syrian border, the VoR correspondent Polina Chernitsa has cited the Foreign Ministry spokesman Alexander Lukashevich who commented on Turkey’s request to deploy Patriot missiles on the Syrian border.
Moscow would like Turkey to contribute to the beginning of the inter-Syria dialogue rather than flex its military muscles, Russian Foreign Ministry spokesman Alexander Lukashevich said on Thursday.
“The militarization of the Syrian-Turkish border is a dismal signal,” Lukashevich said, referring to Turkey’s recent request to deploy Patriot anti-missile systems to protect its border with Syria.
He urged Turkey to interact more with the Syrian opposition so as to help start the inter-Syria dialogue as soon as possible.
Turkey already hosted the complex twice. in 1991 and 2003 during the two Iraqi campaigns but never used it.
Voice of Russia, Interfax, RIA

Wednesday, November 21, 2012

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Nov 21, 2012

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Monday, November 19, 2012

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CNN -- In the digital age, war isn't contained to the ground.
The Israeli government on Sunday said it has been hit with more than 44 million cyberattacks since it began aerial strikes on Gaza last week. Anonymous, the hacker collective, claimed responsibility for taking down some sites and leaking passwords because of what it calls Israel's "barbaric, brutal and despicable treatment" of Palestinians.
"The war is being fought on three fronts," Carmela Avner, Israel's chief information officer, said on Sunday in a press release. "The first is physical, the second is the world of social networks and the third is cyberattacks.
"The attackers are attempting to harm the accessibility of Israel's government websites on an ongoing basis. When events like the current operation occur, this sector heats up and we see increased activity. Therefore, at this time, defending the governmental computer systems is of invaluable importance."
Israel and the military wing of Hamas have been criticized for using ready-to-share images on social media to spread spin about the conflict, which has claimed the lives of about 100 Palestinians and three Israelis since the back-and-forth violence began again Wednesday.
There is some dispute about the effectiveness of the cyberattacks.
Israel says the attacks have largely been unsuccessful.
"We are reaping the fruits on the investment in recent years in the development of computerized defense systems, but we have a lot of work in store for us," Israel's finance minister, Yuval Steinitz, said in a written statement.
Reuters quotes him as saying only one website was down for 10 minutes.
Anonymous, meanwhile, posted a list of more than 650 Israel-based websites it says it has taken down or defaced since last week.
"They've knocked down websites, deleted databases and have leaked e-mail addresses and passwords," Casey Chan wrote Friday for the tech site Gizmodo. "It's a whopping takedown."
A post on an Anonymous Twitter feed Monday morning said another set of hackers had defaced the Israeli versions of several Microsoft websites, including Bing, MSN and Skype. Visitors to Bing's Israeli site on Monday morning saw an anti-Israel rant instead of a search-engine homepage.
"Microsoft is aware of the site defacements and working to get all sites fully functional," a company spokeswoman wrote in an e-mail to CNN. "At present, we have seen no evidence to suggest the compromise of customer information but will take action to help protect customers as necessary."
A page associated with Anonymous also posted a new threat: "November 2012 will be a month to remember for the (Israel Defense Forces) and Internet security forces. Israeli Gov. this is/will turn into a cyberwar."
Some observers took this as a sign of an escalating digital battle.
"Beyond mere 'denial of service' tactics that blocked sites with floods of junk data, the hackers also ramped up their attacks to penetrations of any vulnerable target available to them, resulting in tens of thousands of Israeli citizens' and supporters' private data dumped onto the Web," wrote Andy Greenberg from Forbes.
Others said most of Anonymous' threats have been "hollow" so far.
"Today, Anon lacks the talent and semi-cohesion it once boasted across the net, and its most recent online crusade is an embarrassing reminder," Sam Biddle wrote for Gizmodo on Monday. "This is less a war than the hacker equivalent of egging someone's house and then smoking weed behind a Denny's."
The group is calling its campaign #OpIsrael.
"While the Israeli government almost certainly has backups of the aformentioned databases, these attacks as well as the defacements show Anonymous isn't just doing its usual spree of overloading target sites," writes another tech blog, TheNextWeb.
"OpIsrael appears to have gotten multiple hackers involved who are interested in doing actual damage, or at least something that is slightly more permanent than just a 404," which is the code that appears online when a website won't load.
Greenberg, from Forbes, makes the important point that none of this digital damage compares to the loss of life on the ground in the Middle East.
"Anonymous' attacks, of course, hardly register compared with the physical damage inflicted by both sides in the Gaza conflict," he wrote.

Wednesday, November 14, 2012

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The High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program (HAARP) is an ionospheric research program jointly funded by the U.S. Air Force, the U.S. Navy, the University of Alaska, and the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA).[1]
Built by BAE Advanced Technologies (BAEAT), its purpose is to analyze the ionosphere and investigate the potential for developing ionospheric enhancement technology for radio communications and surveillance.[2] The HAARP program operates a major sub-arctic facility, named the HAARP Research Station, on an Air Force–owned site near Gakona, Alaska.
The most prominent instrument at the HAARP Station is the Ionospheric Research Instrument (IRI), a high-power radio frequency transmitter facility operating in the high frequency (HF) band. The IRI is used to temporarily excite a limited area of the ionosphere. Other instruments, such as a VHF and a UHF radar, a fluxgate magnetometer, a digisonde, and an induction magnetometer, are used to study the physical processes that occur in the excited region.
Work on the HAARP Station began in 1993. The current working IRI was completed in 2007, and its prime contractor was BAE Systems Advanced Technologies.[1] As of 2008, HAARP had incurred around $250 million in tax-funded construction and operating costs.
HAARP has been blamed by conspiracy theorists for a range of events, including numerous natural disasters. Various scientists have commented that HAARP is an attractive target for conspiracy theorists because according to computer scientist David Naiditch, "its purpose seems deeply mysterious to the scientifically uninformed".[3]

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A total solar eclipse took place on 13–14 November 2012 (UTC). Because it crossed the International Date Line it began in local time on November 14 west of the date line over northern Australia, and ended in local time on November 13 east of the date line near the western South American coast. Its greatest magnitude was 1.0500, occurring only 12 hours before perigee, with greatest eclipse totality lasting just over 4 minutes. A solar eclipse occurs when the Moon passes between Earth and the Sun, thereby totally or partially obscuring the image of the Sun for a viewer on Earth. A total solar eclipse occurs when the Moon's apparent diameter is larger than the Sun, blocking all direct sunlight, turning day into darkness. Totality occurs in a narrow path across the surface of the Earth, while a partial solar eclipse will be visible over a region thousands of kilometres wide.
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Monday, November 5, 2012

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