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MessagePosté le: Ven 21 Avr - 04:17 (2017)    Sujet du message: GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY, JESUITS APOLOGIZE FOR ROLES IN SALE OF SLAVES Répondre en citant

GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY, JESUITS APOLOGIZE FOR ROLES IN SALE OF SLAVES

Pure hypocrisy, it's never stop. Were there is a war, there is Jesuit control, were there is massive immigration, there is Jesuit control, etc. They are everywhere and control everything under the rule of Pope Francis. Slavery 2017 is well alive in all countries.

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Jesuit Father Timothy Kesicki, president of the Jesuit Conference of Canada and the United States, delivers the homily at an April 18 "Liturgy of Remembrance, Contrition and Hope" in Gaston Hall on the campus of Georgetown University in Washington. (CNS photo/Jaclyn Lippelmann, Catholic

WASHINGTON (CNS) -- Georgetown University and the Society of Jesus' Maryland province apologized April 18 for their roles in the 1838 sale of 272 enslaved individuals for the university's benefit.

More than 100 descendants attended a morning "Liturgy of Remembrance, Contrition and Hope" that the university created in partnership with descendants, the Archdiocese of Washington and the Society of Jesus in the United States.

"Today the Society of Jesus, who helped to establish Georgetown University and whose leaders enslaved and mercilessly sold your ancestors, stands before you to say that we have greatly sinned," said Jesuit Father Timothy Kesicki, president of the Jesuit Conference of Canada and the United States, during the liturgy. "We pray with you today because we have greatly sinned and because we are profoundly sorry."

The event took place the day after the District of Columbia marked Emancipation Day, which celebrates the emancipation of slaves in Washington April 16, 1862. This year, the local holiday was moved to April 17 because the actual day fell on Easter Sunday.

In early April, Georgetown announced plans for the liturgy and a renaming ceremony for two buildings on campus previously named for priests who sold women, children and men into slavery for financial gain in 1838.


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MessagePosté le: Ven 21 Avr - 05:02 (2017)    Sujet du message: TURQUIE D'ERDOGAN : LES JUIFS FONT LEURS VALISES Répondre en citant

TURQUIE D'ERDOGAN : LES JUIFS FONT LEURS VALISES

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La Turquie restait le dernier pays musulman où vivait une communauté juive significative. L’exil des juifs de Turquie clôture un chapitre vieux de 2000 ans entre persécution, dhimmitude et liberté surveillée.

Un mouvement de départ des juifs est constaté actuellement en Turquie. Cette minorité religieuse s’inquiète de la montée de la violence et du durcissement du régime. Un tiers de ses membres a déjà entrepris des démarches pour devenir citoyens israéliens mais aussi portugais ou espagnols. Deux pays qui leur accordent aujourd’hui la nationalité en réparation des persécutions passées.

La poussée nationaliste et islamiste de l’AKP, le parti du président Erdogan, inquiète la petite communauté juive turque, principalement rassemblée à Istanbul.

Avec la montée des violences et de l’antisémitisme, un bon nombre des 15.000 membres de cette communauté, envisage de quitter leur pays. Celle-ci a déjà perdu 9.000 membres en vingt ans.

Depuis la tentative de coup d’Etat de juillet 2016, la répression contre les partisans du prédicateur Fethullah Gülen (accusé d’être derrière le putsch) s’est étendue à toute la société turque. 140 000 personnes ont été exclues de l’administration: juges, enseignants, journalistes, universitaires, policiers, militaires, élus… La communauté juive, discrète et légitimiste, n’est pourtant pas épargnée par ce climat de violence.

Nationalisme islamiste

Elle craint surtout une nouvelle vague d’antisémitisme, qui pourrait être instrumentalisée par le pouvoir ou par les groupes islamistes. Déjà en 2003, des centaines de juifs avaient quitté le pays après des attentats perpétrés devant deux synagogues d’Istanbul. L’attaque, revendiquée par un group turc lié à Al-Qaeda, avait fait 43 morts.

Avec la victoire du oui au référendum constitutionnel, le président turc Recep Tayyip Erdogan a plus que jamais les pleins pouvoirs. La proclamation de l’état d’urgence lui a déjà permis de museler l’opposition et de fermer des centaines d’associations, dont celles connues pour défendre les droits de l’Homme. 47 000 magistrats, militaires ou policiers ont été emprisonnés

C’est dans ce climat politique délétère qu’une partie de la communauté juive turque cherche une porte de sortie. 4000 de ses membres ont entrepris des démarches pour devenir citoyens portugais ou espagnols. Les parlements espagnols et portugais ont décidé (en 2014) d’accorder la nationalité aux descendants des juifs séfarades expulsés durant l’Inquisition. Les historiens estiment qu’au moins 200 000 juifs vivaient dans la péninsule ibérique lorsque Isabelle la catholique leur a ordonné de se convertir ou de partir après des années de persécutions.

Aujourd’hui les persécutions se déroulent dans le monde islamique. La communauté juive est peau de chagrin et compte moins de 10 000 âmes.

Retour à Lisbonne

Des décisions visant à réparer une «erreur historique», mais également à attirer une population reconnue comme dynamique et entreprenante. Des lois de «réintégration dans la nationalité» ont été votées en 2013 et 2014 durant la grave crise économique qui a frappé la péninsule ibérique.

Selon le représentant de la communauté juive de Porto Michael Rothwel, «sur les 3000 demandes de nationalité au Portugal, 500 juifs de Turquie ont déjà reçu leur nouveau passeport portugais», les autres sont en cours. Les Turcs représentent 40% de l’ensemble des demandes de réintégration dans la nationalité portugaise (ouvertes aux juifs sépharades).

Pour la communauté juive d’Istanbul, le retour à la nationalité portugaise ou espagnole est perçu comme une assurance face à la montée des violences. Cela donne également accès à un passeport européen utile en ces temps troublés.

Pour la minorité juive de Turquie, la répression politique qui s’abat sur de larges secteurs de la population, s’ajoute à l’antisémitisme ambiant. Le président Erdogan et la presse turque accusent régulièrement un sibyllin «lobby du taux d’intérêts» de nuire à la Turquie. La population comprend qu’ils ciblent les juifs..

Source: francetv


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MessagePosté le: Sam 22 Avr - 03:40 (2017)    Sujet du message: TEXAS STANDS WITH ISRAEL, PASSES BILL OPPOSING DISCRIMINATION Répondre en citant

TEXAS STANDS WITH ISRAEL, PASSES BILL OPPOSING DISCRIMINATION

04-21-2017



Texas has passed a bill that bans all state enterprises from engaging with companies that boycott Israel.

In a 131-0 decision, the Texas House of Representative passed the bill targeting companies that participate in the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) campaign against Israel.

Texas is now the 18th state to pass such measures that single out the Jewish state. The move won praise from Jewish and Christian communities.

"The relationship between the Jewish State and the Lone Star State is built upon shared values, including a rock-solid commitment to standing up for liberty - especially when it is threatened by radical Islamic extremism," said Pastor John Hagee of Christians United for Israel.

Texas is Israel's 4th largest trading partner. In the past 13 years alone, Israel has received more than $20 billion worth of Texas exports, making the Lone Star State an important trading partner.

"I am very proud that Texas will join with those states that have told the BDS movement that America is unimpressed by efforts to demonize Israel," Hagee added. "And I am equally proud of the hard work CUFI members, leaders and staff have done in order to see this and similar legislation advance in state capitols around the country."

Joel Schwitzer with the American Jewish Committee (AJC) echoed similar sentiments.

"AJC together with other community leaders worked diligently to ensure that every legislator received multiple contacts about the importance of passing this bill," Schwitzer told the Jerusalem Post. "We're excited that this brings this legislation one step closer to being law of the land in Texas, strengthening its relationship with Israel, Texas' 4th largest trading partner."

The bill's co-author, Representative Phi King, said it was in his state's vital interest to protect the bond with Israel and send a strong message to those who seek to delegitimize the Jewish nation through economic warfare.

"The BDS campaign has been revealed to be - largely driven by anti-Jewish bigotry, and the individual states do not want to be complicit in a movement that seeks to discriminate against Israelis and harm the states' economies," King told the group StandWithUs. "The states are making it clear that they will not tolerate national-origin discrimination against Israel, which is precisely what BDS is."

The state's Senate passed a similar bill in March. Gov. Greg Abbott is expected to sign a reconciled version of both bills next month.

http://www1.cbn.com/cbnnews/us/2017/april/texas-stands-with-israel-passes-b…


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MessagePosté le: Sam 22 Avr - 03:44 (2017)    Sujet du message: ERDOGAN'S NEW POWERS "TERRIBLE NEWS" FOR TURKISH CHRISTIANS Répondre en citant

ERDOGAN'S NEW POWERS "TERRIBLE NEWS" FOR TURKISH CHRISTIANS

04-21-2017
Jennifer Wishon

This week one of America's most strategic NATO allies in the Middle East voted to trade democracy for a system of government that looks like authoritarian rule. If the referendum stands, the Turkish president will gain power over all branches of government. It's the power President Recep Erdogan has craved since a coup threatened to topple his rein last summer.

"The problem is that there are serious allegations and not only allegations but evidence of electoral fraud," Dr. Aykan Erdemir told Christian World News. Erdemir served in Turkey's Parliament until 2015.

"There are hundreds of cases of ballot box stuffing. What's even more scandalous is the Supreme Council of Election changed the rules of counting over an hour into the counting which is always an embarrassing smoking gun for the government," he continued.

Erdimir, a Muslim Turk, has dedicated his career to defending minority rights in his country, including those of Christians and Jews.

If the referendum stands, Erdogan will have executive, judicial and legislative powers and Erdemir predicts conditions for Christians, who've already fallen prey to crackdowns and persecution, will continue to worsen.

During his victory speech Erdogan invoked religious incitement, accusing the west of starting a "crusade" against Islam.

"So he's again using this kind of belligerent clash of Islam versus Christianity. It's the battle of the cross versus the crescent rhetoric and you can imagine if you are a member of Turkey's Jewish or Christian communities you will feel very threatened because you are a citizen and technically on paper you have the same rights as Turkey's majority muslim population but you have a president who continues to single you out," says Erdemir.

It doesn't bode well for American Pastor Andrew Brunson. He's been confined to a Turkish jail cell since October, swept up in a terrorism investigation, but never formally charged.

"Unfortunately Pastor Andrew Brunson is now a pawn, kind of a trump card in Erdogan's hand. There's absolutely no rule of law, no due process in that case, it's a completely bogus case. Anyone who has looked at the case knows that these are trumped up charges," says Erdemir who has advocated for the release of Pastor Brunson for months.

Still the vote wasn't the clear mandate Erdogan wanted and now he's set his sights on another proposition for voters: restoring the death penalty.

"My prediction is he will continue to use this inciteful anti-western, anti-Christian, anti-Semitism rhetoric because it's really mobilizes people, it brings votes to Erdogan and he knows first-hand that the magic formula in a majority Muslim country is incitement, religious incitement, and I'm really concerned in the days to come if Turkey goes forward with Erdogan's proposal for a second referendum on death penalty we could see further reprisals against turkey's minority faith leaders," Erdemir says.

Turkey abolished capital punishment in 2004. The nation has been in talks to join the European Union for years, but a return to the death penalty is a deal breaker. However, instead of leaning to the west, America's ally is looking more like the countries to its east.  

Erdogan wants to prevent future coup attempts, but by weakening Turkey's democracy, he's likely made himself more vulnerable.

http://www1.cbn.com/cbnnews/world/2017/april/erdogans-new-powers-terrible-n…


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