Burmese Buddhists Extremeists Attrocities Against Minorities (Muslims)! Reply

Burmese Buddhists Extremeists Attrocities Against Minorities (Muslims)!

It is time that the Arab and Muslim countries wake up to the atrocities and crimes commited against Rohingyas Muslims!!

We have now holocaust solutions of limiting Muslims only to two children! Are we waiting until they initiate Final Solution like Hitler did to the Jews in the Holocaust?

Arab leaders and stakeholders especially will be asked by Allah on Judgement Day what did they do whilst Muslims were massacred in Burma?

Is it because they are Brown Dark Skinned and have no important resource of oil etc?

The Rohingyas – after the Palestinians – are the most persecuted people in the world!

Whatever a crime of few Muslims the majority should not suffer because of an act of a few!

The irony is after the Bumese President met Obama the atrocities only worsened! Not lessened. It is a slap on the face for Obama and the West – so much occupied for the despicable murder of one British soldiers – but the Rohingyas can go to Hell!

Whilst we looked the other way we lost Palestine. Are we now waiting for the annihilation of the whole Rohingyas race whilst we party and welcome tourists to our lands  – but do not care for the other Muslims because they are poor – and have nothing to give us?

The Burmese Junta are participating in these crimes behind the scenes because of their own hidden agendas. The Buddhists are peaceful loving people in reality but have been hijacked by bloody few Buddhist extremeists and the army.

Extreism and fundamentalism is only Muslims? Shame on the world!

Send home all the Myannamar Buddhists working in the GCC to teach them a lesson! No more trade and relations with them on all fronts!

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Stop the oil, trade and relations all the Arab countries at least.

I cry for the Rohingyas!

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Majid Al Suleimany

P.S; It is not only Syria – look at Burma! See these images!! SHAME!!!

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Most Racist Countries of the World! Reply

 

‘Most Racist’ countries  of the World!

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2325502/Map-shows-worlds-racist-countries-answers-surprise-you.html#ixzz2Tf1KMtEC

Washington Post: A fascinating map of the world’s most and least racially tolerant countries

Map shows world’s ‘Most Racist’ countries

(and the answers may surprise you!)

  • *** Hong Kong, Bangladesh, Jordan and India named least tolerant countries
  • U.S., Britain, Canada and South America are among the least racist
  • Survey asks people if they would want neighbours of a different race

By Hugo Gye

17 May 2013

Britain is one of the most racially tolerant countries on the planet, a survey claims.

The global social attitudes study claims that the most racially intolerant populations are all in the developing world, with Bangladesh, Jordan and India in the top five.

By contrast, the study of 80 countries over three decades found Western countries were most accepting of other cultures with Britain, the U.S., Canada and Australia more tolerant than anywhere else.

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Racism: This map shows the nations of the world where people have the most and least tolerant attitudes

The data came from the World Value Survey, which measured the social attitudes of people in different countries, as reported by the Washington Post.

The survey asked individuals what types of people they would refuse to live next to, and counted how many chose the option ‘people of a different race’ as a percentage for each country.

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Researchers have suggested that societies where more people do not want neighbours from other races can be considered less racially tolerant.

The country with the highest proportion of ‘intolerant’ people who wanted neighbours similar to them was Hong Kong, where 71.8 per cent of the population would refuse to live next to someone of a different race.

Next were Bangladesh on 71.7 per cent, Jordan on 51.4 per cent and India with 43.5 per cent.

 

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Intolerant: A survey found that Hong Kong had the most people professing racist views of any country

Racist views are strikingly rare in the U.S., according to the survey, which claims that only 3.8 per cent of residents are reluctant to have a neighbour of another race.

Other English-speaking countries once part of the British Empire shared the same tolerant attitude – fewer than five per cent of Britons, Canadians, Australians and New Zealanders showed signs of racism.

People in the UK are also tolerant of other differences such as speaking a foreign language or practising an alternative religion – for example, fewer than two per cent of Britons would object to having neighbours of a different faith to them.

Similarly, fewer than one in 20 people in most South American countries admitted harbouring prejudice against other races.

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Diverse: The multicultural U.S. is among the least racially intolerant countries, according to the data

The Middle East, which is currently dealing with large numbers of low-skilled immigrants from south Asia, seems to be a hotbed of racial tension, however.

Europe is remarkably split – the west of the continent is generally more tolerant than the east, but France is a striking outlier with 22.7 per cent of the French rejecting neighbourhood diversity.

Some have pointed out problems in the survey data, claiming that because the polls span a long period of time they are an unreliable guide to current attitudes.

However, a more serious flaw could be the fact that in most Western countries racism is so taboo than many people will hide their intolerant views and lie to the questioners.

Max Fisher of the Washington Post suggested that maybe ‘Americans are conditioned by their education and media to keep these sorts of racial preferences private, i.e. to lie about them on surveys, in a way that Indians might not be’.

THE LEAST RACIALLY TOLERANT COUNTRIES

40%+ (of individuals surveyed would not want a person of another race as a neighbour)
India, Jordan, Bangladesh, Hong Kong

30 – 39.9%
Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Iran, Vietnam, Indonesia, South Korea

20 – 39.9%
France, Turkey, Bulgaria, Algeria, Morocco, Mali, Zambia, Thailand, Malaysia, The Philippines

THE MOST TOLERANT COUNTRIES

0 to 4.9%
United States, Canada, Brazil, Argentina, Colombia, Guatemala, Britain, Sweden, Norway, Latvia, Australia, New Zealand

5 – 9.9%
Chile, Peru, Mexico, Spain, Germany, Belgium, Belarus, Croatia, Japan, Pakistan, South Africa

10 – 14.9%
Finland, Poland, Ukraine, Italy, Greece, Czech Republic, Slovakia

15 – 19.9%
Venezuela, Hungary, Serbia, Romania, Macedonia, Ethiopia, Uganda, Tanzania, Zimbabwe, Russia, China

Source: World Values Survey

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 HM Sultan Qaboos Visits PDO

 Sunday May 12th 2013

 HM briefed about major oil projects

 Oman Observer – Mon, 13 May 2013

 Gas production set to grow –

MUSCAT — His Majesty Sultan Qaboos yesterday visited Petroleum Development Oman (PDO) at Saih Al Malih. His Majesty the Sultan was greeted at PDO’s main building, Beit Mina al Fahal, by ministers, PDO General Manager, government representatives in PDO Board of Directors and members of the company’s senior management.

His Majesty the Sultan made an inspection tour of the premises and was briefed on some important projects being implemented by the company in its concession areas that are expected to boost the Sultanate’s future oil and gas production and reserves.

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The landmark visit comes on the back of a “record year” enjoyed by PDO in 2012, with the Sultanate’s flagship oil company registering its highest ever hydrocarbon (oil, gas and condensate) production in its history: 1.24 million barrels of oil equivalent (boe) per day.

This exceeded the previous best of 1.21 million boepd in 2001. Daily oil production during the year stood at 566,305 barrels per day (bpd) and above PDO’s long-term plateau target of 550,000+ bpd. Daily production of non-associated and associated gas stood at 582,500 boepd with condensates at 92,500 bpd. The combined yield meant it was the fifth successive year that the Company had increased its aggregate production figure.

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PDO accounts for around 70 per cent of the Sultanate’s crude oil production and nearly all of its natural gas supply so there is a huge onus on us to find and develop new fields of a challenging or “unconventional” nature to replace those that are declining. Despite its record performance, the company has vowed to remain as committed as ever to its primary goal of exploring and developing hydrocarbons in a sustainable, efficient manner to the benefit of all its stakeholders by using new technology and pioneering techniques such as enhanced oil recovery (EOR).Earlier this year, PDO announced a significant gas find in the northern part of its concession area.

Mabrouk Deep, some 40 km west of Saih Rawl, Oman’s main gas field, has estimated in-place volumes amounting to 2.9 trillion cubic feet (tcf) of gas and 115 million barrels of condensate. Exploratory drilling took place last year at depths of up to 5,000 m and a large field of some 60 km2 was located.

In addition, there were five new oil discoveries in 2012, amounting to approximately 300 million barrels of stock tank oil initially in place (STOIIP) from Shuaiba and Gharif reservoirs.

Oman News Agency – ONA

 SMS from PDO MD to PDO Staff and Retirees – May 12th 2013.

 This afternoon we were privileged and honoured to be visited at our MAF offices by His Majesty Sultan Qaboos Bin Said. I and members of the MDC presented PDO business priorities and key achievements. His Majesty sent his best wishes to all employees and was appreciative of PDO efforts in oil and gas production and our wider programme to support Oman. MD

A Great Day Indeed!

Majid Al Suleimany

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Palestinian Catastrophe – 65 years on! Reply

Al – Nakba – The Palestinian Catastrophe

Al Jazeera Television

http://www.aljazeera.com/programmes/specialseries/2013/05/20135612348774619.html

A series on the Palestinian ‘catastrophe’ of 1948 that led to dispossession and a conflict that endures to this day.

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“The Nakba did not begin in 1948. Its origins lie over two centuries ago….”

So begins this four-part series on the ‘Nakba’, meaning the ‘Catastrophe’, about the history of the Palestinian exodus that led to the first Arab-Israeli War in 1948 and the establishment of the state of Israel.

This sweeping history starts back in 1799 with Napoleon’s attempted advance into Palestine to check British expansion and his appeal to the Jews of the world to reclaim their land in league with France.

 The narrative moves through the 19th century and into the 20th century with the British Mandate in Palestine and comes right up to date in the 21st century and the ongoing ‘Nakba’ on the ground

Arab, Israeli and Western intellectuals, historians and eye-witnesses provide the central narrative which is accompanied by archive material and documents, many only recently released for the first time.

Editor’s note: Since first running on Al Jazeera Arabic in 2008, this series has won Arab and international awards and has been well received at festivals throughout the world

For the Palestinians, 1948 marks the ‘Nakba’ or the ‘catastrophe’, when hundreds of thousands were forced out of their homes.

But for Israelis, the same year marks the creation of their own state.

The tragedy in Palestine is not just a local one; it is a tragedy for the world, because it is an injustice that is a menace to the world’s peace.

Arnold Toynbee, British historian.

This series attempts to present an understanding of the events of the past that are still shaping the present.

This story starts in 1799, outside the walls of Acre in Ottoman-controlled Palestine, when an army under Napoleon Bonaparte besieged the city. It was all part of a campaign to defeat the Ottomans and establish a French presence in the region.

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In search of allies, Napoleon issued a letter offering Palestine as a homeland to the Jews under French protection. He called on the Jews to ‘rise up’ against what he called their oppressors.

Napoleon’s appeal was widely publicised. But he was ultimately defeated. In Acre today, the only memory of him is a statue atop a hill overlooking the city.

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Yet Napoleon’s project for a Jewish homeland in the region under a colonial protectorate did not die, 40 years later, the plan was revived but by the British.

The tragedy in Palestine is not just a local one; it is a tragedy for the world, because it is an injustice that is a menace to the world’s peace.

Arnold Toynbee, British historian.

Al Nakba can be seen each week at the following GMT: Tuesday 2000; Friday 0600; Saturday 2000; Sunday 1200

Editor’s note: The Al-Nakba debate on 4th June 2013 – Al Jazeera’s Marwan Bishara brings together different perspectives to debate the series and the ongoing relevance of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

See also Witness: The Great Book Robbery

Images The Naqba Nakba – The Disaster Castasrophy – The Calamity – For Demonstration Purposes Only!

The World needs to be reminded 65 years on – injustices heaped on innocent people by those that call themselves as ‘civilised good observing Christian’ peoples – and others – and to the Arab Leaders looking the other way – and now caught up by events – years later!

Like I always say – there can be NO PEACE NO SECURITY in the world till The Palestinian issue is solved!

Regards,

Majid Al Suleimany

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Please watch Jazeera TV – it will make you cry – even if you are not Arab, Palestinian, Muslim and Christian!!!

 

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Yet Between Us Only! The Sequel – Three! – is not without controversy. For readers who wish to study Arabic (and Islamic) approaches to the Middle East, the West, and other religions, the book makes excellent references relating to the post-September 11 world. The increases in religious fundamentalism and radicalization in society, and the fact that many youngsters are on board with these aspects, are also taken to task.

The author, through his writings, offers up a tome that is part prayer and part preaching, desperately hoping for a change in the world that will produce a new and more positive direction. “Live and let live in peace, harmony, and co-existence,” is Al Suleimany’s mantra.

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The desire to write grows with writing. Desiderius Erasmus

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About The Website! – www.bethesafedriver.com

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My New Books Are Now Available In Oman

May 4, 2013

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