Archive for June 4th, 2007


Six Lebanese soldiers were killed during intense fighting as the army battled again Saturday to rout militants from a Palestinian refugee camp north of Tripoli, a military spokesman said.

For a second day, the Lebanese military launched heavy artillery bombardment of the Nahr el-Bared Palestinian refugee camp.

CNN’s Aneesh Raman said a Lebanese helicopter was also seen flying near the edge of the camp, but reports that the aircraft opened fire could not be confirmed.

The latest wave of fighting flared on Thursday after more than a week of relative quiet between the Lebanese army and Fatah al-Islam, a militant group said to be affiliated with al Qaeda that is holed up inside the camp. (Watch Al Qaeda’s ‘project’ in Lebanon Video)

The violence began May 20, when Lebanese internal security forces were conducting raids in a Tripoli neighborhood, triggering clashes near the refugee camp. Army sources said militants from Fatah al-Islam fired on the forces, who then returned fire.

Lebanon keeps up siege on militants in Palestinian camp – CNN.com

Please, see the video. It’s very important.

Also see this video about combats in the streets:

Refugee camp Nahar al Bared, North Lebanon yesterday. (Foto: EFE)

Yesterday, another radical Palestinian group, Yunud al Cham, attacked Lebanese Army’s positions in Ain el Helu, South Lebanon.

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Hmm, this is suicide!!! 

Article 5
The Parties undertake to promote the conditions necessary for persons belonging to national minorities to maintain and develop their culture, and to preserve the essential elements of their identity, namely their religion, language, traditions and cultural heritage.
[And what about preserving European traditions and cultural heritage for a time????].
2. Without prejudice to measures taken in pursuance of their general integration policy, the Parties shall refrain from policies or practices aimed at assimilation of persons belonging to national minorities against their will and shall protect these persons from any action aimed at such assimilation.
Article 6
The Parties shall encourage a spirit of tolerance and inter cultural dialogue and take effective measures to promote mutual respect and understanding and co-operation among all persons living on their territory, irrespective of those persons’ ethnic, cultural, linguistic or religious identity, in particular in the fields of education, culture and the

Infidel Bloggers Alliance: Don’t Do It, Europe!


This happens as in Saudi Arabia a Christian is arrested because of being a Christian and entering Mecca and the latter has road signs to direct non-Muslims to other places. And while Muslims are asking to respect THEIR rules in THEIR countries

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The Kings and the Minister of Defense Alonso have presided the parade of the Army Forces Day
The military parade, that is the central act of the Army Forces Day have taken place in León with the presence of the Kings, the Crown Prince and the minsiter of Defense and the abscence of the President of the Government [someone imagines that the President of the US or of France, or the English Prime Minister is not at the Army Forces parade…???]. The act began with the hommage to the flag and to the people who have given their lifes for Spain. The new things were the Tiger helicopters and the unmanned planes. homenaje a la bandera
L D (EFE) First, the national hymn and the cannyons, at the same time as the offers. Then the parade, which shew a modern and well equipped Army, the Minister said -and actually believed that, something which is even more extraordinary-. In the parade there were presented the new toys of the Spanish Army, the three first Tigre (Tiger) Helicopters, 4 unmanned planes (think they are called like that, these planes have no crew inside) and the new motorised means from the Emergencies Army Unit  (UME). 

Zapatero no asistió al desfile de las Fuerzas Armadas – Andalucía CejiJunta

Some photos:


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