“Islamic Mercy” costs $ 100.000.00 dollars
The criminal mullah regime wins again: Â a court in Tabriz said the Germans “deserved to have their punishment commuted and enjoy Islamic mercy,”
Germany’s Homosexual Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle returns from Iran alive, but humiliated
TEHRAN, Iran Â APâ€“ Iran freed two German journalists arrested four months ago in connection with a highly publicized stoning case, and Germany’s foreign minister went to Tehran on Saturday to bring the reporters home in a rare top-level visit by a Western government representative.
An Iranian court threw out the journalists’ 20-month prison sentence Saturday, commuting it to a fine of $50,000 each and clearing the way for their release, state media reported.
German Foreign MinisterÂ GuidoÂ Westerwelle in Tehran thanked his Iranian counterpart, Ali Akbar Salehi, for his “commitment to the relations between our countries.” Westerwelle’s office said in a statement the ministers also discussed their differing opinions on “questions of human rights and the development of democracy.” (More)
“If the EU continues to support the protests, Libya will stop cooperating with it on illegal immigration.” AsÂ summed up byÂ La Repubblica, this is the brunt of the message sent from Tripoli to the Hungarian presidency of the EU on February 20. The threat is worrisome, writes the Italian daily, for “if the Libyan dam breaks, tens of thousands of Africans who are working as slaves or being held in detention centres in Libya will lead an exodus of Biblical proportions. (Continued below the fold)
“Moderate Muslim” Ed Husic threatens $30 billion of Australian exports at stake to countries with large Muslim populations, calls all critics of the Â Islamic invasion “extremists”. And we are being Gillarded in the process……
Continued: Â Gaddafi threatens millions of illegal Mohammedan invaders…..
“For weeks now, and with the approval of local authorities, the human traffickers have been getting ready to ship thousands of migrants,” the Rome daily adds. Franco Frattini, Italian Minister of Foreign Affairs, “clearly hopes that Gaddafi gets back on top of the situation,” writesÂ La Stampa. According to the minister, the riots in Libya “are not motivated by the need for freedom, as in Tunisia and Egypt, but by the desire to establish a fundamentalist Islamic state,” and therefore should not be encouraged. “The European Union has chosen to confront the regime of Colonel Gaddafi,” confirmsÂ Le Temps for its part. “Arriving in Brussels on Sunday evening [February 20] for a dinner largely devoted to the Libyan crisis, the foreign ministers of the Twenty-Seven urged the Libyan regime to meet the ‘legitimate’ aspirations of the people and to stop the bloody suppression of the protests.” Vis-Ã -vis Libya, the EU is “in an extremely delicate position”, the Geneva newspaper goes on.
“The outrageous behaviour of Colonel Qaddafi hasÂ strained the nerves of the Twenty-Seven for many years, as with the case of the Swiss hostages in Tripoli. But the importance of the country to energy supplies to the Union and its key role in the illegal immigration networks from Africa â€“ thanks to its 2,000 km coastline and the 4,000 km border it shares with its six African neighbours â€“ makes it a ticking time-bomb at the gates of Europe.” The call by Ashton in Tripoli on February 20 for “an open and meaningful dialogue” does not, however, meet with unanimity among member countries.” Italy and the Czech Republic refused to condemn Libya roundly on Sunday night â€“ a preview of intense debate in the Twenty-Seven should the situation keep worsening,” writes Le Temps.