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ذيل الافعى الاخوانى ” مرتزقة حماس ” والخطه البديله لأتفاق الجاسوس محمد مرسى

العميل خالد مشعل ومرشد الجماعه الارهابيه محمد بديع

العميل خالد مشعل ومرشد الجماعه الارهابيه محمد بديع

الفعل ورد الفعل – بقلم خالد عبد العزيز

اراهن وبشده على رفض حماس للمبادره المصريه لوقف اطلاق النار والتى قبلتها الحكومه الاسرائيليه منذ ساعات قليله واراهن على استمرار حماس فى اطلاق الصواريخ على المدن الاسرائيليه وعلى اهداف استراتيجيه داخل الكيان الاسرائيلى .. فالهدف الحقيقى والغير معلن لهذا التنظيم الاخوانى الصهيونى العميل لا يزال فى مراحله الاولى

نعم لكل فعل رد فعل ولكن يعلم الحميع واولهم هؤلاء المرتزقه ان رد الفعل الاسرائيلى ابدا لا يتساوى فى المقدار وانما يتجاوزه بكثير

ولذلك بدأت خطة الافاعى ” بتعليمات من التنظيم الدولى للأخوان وباتفاق مع العميل التركى اردوغان و الشاذ تميم حاكم قطر” باستفزاز اسرائيل بخطف مرتزقه من حماس ” وبدون اى مبرر ” لثلاثه من المستوطين اليهود وقتلهم والقاء جثثهم ليتم العثور عليها وبالتالى يبدأ الانتقام الاسرائيلى الذى تعول عليه حماس لتنفيذ خطتها البديله للمخطط الذى تم الاتفاق عليه بينهم وبين الجاسوس المصرى القابع فى انتظار الاعدام محمد مرسى وبرعايه اميريكيه وتواطئ تركى قطرى لتوطين سكان قطاع غزه على جزء من ارض سيناء المصريه تمهيدا لتصفية القضيه الفلسطينيه وهو الامر الذى تم انشاء منظمة حماس من اجل تحقيقه تحت ستار مقاومة اسرائيل

ولزيادة رد الفعل الاسرائيلى قامت حماس باطلاق مئات من الصواريخ ” الفشنك ” على مدن اسرائيليه لم تصلها الصواريخ من قبل حتى وصلت الى مطار بن جوريون ومفاعل ديمونه النووى حتى تضمن حماس زيادة القصف الاسرائيلى على القطاع وزيادة الدم الفلسطينى المراق او الوصول الى مرحلة شن عمليه عسكريه بريه على القطاع  – ملحوظه – لم يصاب اسرائيلى بخدش واحد من جراء اطلاق هذه الفجر 5 والفجر 6 المزعومه

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القصف الاسرائيلي على غزة

7لا يهم اشلاء مئات الاطفال من ابناء فلسطين ولا الاف الجرحى ولا مئات المنازل ولا التدمير الشامل للبنيه الاساسيه للقطاع التى اقتطع العرب ثمن اقامتها من اقوات شعوبهم لمساعدة الاخوه الفلسطنين .. انما المهم هو تصفية القضية الفلسطينيه وتتفيذ الخطه البديله بالوصول الى الحد الاقصى للأستفزاز الاسرائيلى ثم افتعال ضغط على الحدود المصريه واقتحام معبر رفح المصرى بعدة الاف من مرتزقة حماس والاهالى والسيدات والاطفال المغرر بهم تحت سمع وبصر وسائل الاعلام الدوليه بحجة الهروب من القصف والحصار الاسرائيلى كما حدث عام 2008 حين قام مسلحو القسام بتفجير الجدار الحدودي بين رفح الفلسطينيه ورفح المصريه وفتح ثغرات كبيرة بداخله، فيما قامت جرافات فلسطينية بفتح باقي الجدار وإزاحة الأسلاك الشائكة وتسهيل مرور سكان قطاع غزه تحت اشراف حماس حيث انتقلت عائلات وأسر بكاملها من قطاع غزة إلى الأراضي المصرية

الهدف الاساسى من” جر شكل “اسرائيل هو محاولة اعادة هذا السيناريو ثم الاستغاثه بالامم المتحده والمنظمات الدوليه والولايات المتحده لفتح معسكرات ومخيمات للاجئين من قطاع غزه الى الاراضى المصريه وفرض سياسة الامر الواقع تمهيدا لأستيطان هذة الاعداد من الفلسطينين جزءا من ارض سيناء المصريه

لقد تعامل السيد الرئيس حسنى مبارك عام 2008 بكل حكمه مع تصرفات حماس الرعناء ولكن يختلف الامر الان حيث ان تكرار هذا السيناريو فى التوقيت الحالى يعتبر اكبر تهديد للأمن القومى المصرى وسيجابه من قبل القياده السياسيه والعسكريه بكل حسم

نناشد الاخوه فى قطاع غزه القيام بما يجب عليهم للقضاء على حركة ” المرتزقه الاسلاميه حماس ” واستئصال هذا الورم السرطانى الخبيث الذى يعمل جاهدا لتنفيذ المخطط الصهيواميركى لتصفية القضيه الفلسطينيه .. اما بالنسبه لمصر فخيانة ومؤامرات حماس على مصر وفلسطين ووجود هؤلاء العملاء واستمرار سيطرتهم على قطاع غزه هو تهديد سافر للحدود الشرقيه ينبغى التعامل الحازم معه بقطع ذيل الافعى الاخوانى الصهيونى والعمل على تحرير سكان قطاع غزه من الاحتلال الحمساوى قبل الاحتلال الاسرائيلى

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Explosion shakes Lebanese capital Beirut

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A blast at a Lebanese military checkpoint shook the capital Beirut on Monday, wounding at least five people, Al Arabiya correspondent Adnan Gamloush reported.

The blast occurred when a suicide bomber blew up his car near the checkpoint, killing himself and damaging a nearby café, security sources and witnesses said.

Nineteen people, who were watching the World Cup in the café were wounded following the incident, according to Reuters news agency.

Television footage showed the blackened wreckage of a car, surrounded by damaged vehicles. Windows in nearby buildings were shattered by the blast, which occurred in an area of southern Beirut inhabited by supporters of the Shi’ite group Amal, an ally of the militant movement Hezbollah.

Play the above video to watch the latest footage from the explosion

The explosion, which happened shortly before midnight (2100 GMT), came just three days after a suicide bomber detonated his explosives-laden car near a police checkpoint in eastern Lebanon, killing a policeman and wounding several other people.

The car bomb went off near the Abu Assaf cafe, where people had gathered to watch the World Cup matches.

Lebanon has been hit by violence spilling over from the civil war in neighboring Syria, where President Bashar al-Assad is fighting mainly Sunni Muslim rebels trying to topple him.

Security forces have been on high alert since a suicide bomber killed one person and wounded 37 near the Syrian border on Friday in an attack that narrowly missed a security official, according to Reuters.

One security source said before Monday night’s explosion that security forces were hunting for two potential suicide bombers in the Lebanese capital.

Nuns kidnapped in Syria’s Maaloula set free

Nuns, who were freed after being held by rebels for over three months, arrive at the Syrian border with Lebanon at the Jdaydeh Yaboos crossing, early March 10, 2014.

Thirteen Lebanese and Syrian nuns who were kidnapped by rebels from the historic Christian town of Maaloula in December have been released and are now returning back to Syria after traveling through Lebanon.

The nuns arrived in the village of Jdeidet Yabus on the Syrian side of the border with Lebanon late on Sunday.

Lebanon’s intelligence agency, General Directorate of General Security, earlier confirmed that the Orthodox nuns were freed and taken into Lebanese custody.

The nuns were transferred to the village of Arsal, western Lebanon, earlier in the week, the source told Reuters on Sunday.

Their whereabouts and condition remained unknown for over three months, with first reports of the abduction emerging in early December as Islamist rebels seized the ancient quarter of Maaloula, a predominantly Christian town and UNESCO heritage site in eastern Syria.

“What the Syrian army achieved in Yabroud facilitated this process,” Syrian Greek Orthodox Bishop Louka Khoury speaking to reporters at the border.

Kidnapped nuns arrive at Jdeidet Yabus on the Syrian side of the border with Lebanon after an arduous nine-hour journey that took them from Yabrud into Lebanon, and then back into Syria on March 10, 2014.

It is unclear exactly who had held the nuns and why they had been released now. However, the Syrian Observatory for human Rights, a monitoring group that largely sides with the opposition, identified the rebels who took the nuns as militants from the Nusra Front, an affiliate of Al-Qaeda and one of the radical groups fighting President Bashar Assad’s forces. Lebanon’s General Security Chief the head of Qatari intelligence were reported to have played a major role in the negotiations.

Earlier, the Nusra Front had reportedly been demanding the release of 500 militants held in Syria and Lebanon in return for the nuns, according to the Al-Mayadeen satellite channel.

The Observatory, as well as a rebel source, said that the release of the nuns had been agreed as part of a prisoner swap with scores of women held in President Bashar al-Assad’s jails.

“The deal is for the release of 138 women from Assad’s prisons,” the rebel source said, Reuters reports.

Syrian Greek Orthodox Bishop Louka al-Khoury told reporters that the release marks progress. “What the Syrian army achieved in Yabroud facilitated this process,” he said.

The nuns were kidnapped during fierce fighting between rebel forces and the Syrian army for control of strategic Damascus – Homs highway, which passes close to Maaloula.

Soon after being abducted, the nuns were moved to the nearby rebel-held town of Yabroud 20km away. The date for the release was reportedly set to coincide with a ceasefire in Yabroud, which began at sunset on Sunday.

Later in December a video of the nuns was broadcast on Al-Jazeera. A commentator said that the nuns were in good health and were waiting for their release to return to their convent in Maaloula, the Monastery of Mar Thekla. The video did not give any indication of where the nuns were.

Syria’s Christian minority has sometimes found itself caught in the middle of the fighting in the civil war, which, having started in March of 2011, is quickly approaching its third year and is becoming increasingly sectarian.

Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and his wife Asma pose for a group photo with orphans at the Mar Taqla convent in Maalula, 60 kms north of Damascus, on April 27, 2008.

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Saudi Arabia to supply Syrian rebels with anti-aircraft missiles

Frustrated by the deadlock of the second round of Geneva 2 talks, Saudi Arabia has reportedly offered to supply the rebels with anti-aircraft missiles. Meanwhile Russia has accused the US of once again hijacking peace talks and pushing for regime change.

According to a report by the Wall Street Journal, Russian-made antitank guided missiles and Chinese man-portable air-defense systems are up for grabs, already waiting in warehouses in Jordan and Turkey.

An Arab diplomat and several opposition figures with knowledge of the Saudi efforts have told WSJ that these supplies are likely to tip the battlefield scales, as the rebels will become capable of taking on the government’s air power and destroying heavy armored vehicles.

“New stuff is arriving imminently,” a Western diplomat with knowledge of the planned weapons deliveries told the American publication.

Leaders of the Syrian opposition said they don’t yet know the total amount of military aid that will be shipped. The new weapons are expected to reach southern Syria from Jordan while the opposition in the north will get arms from Turkey, the Western diplomat said.

Raising fears that civilian aircraft may eventually become targets, last June several media outlets suggested that Saudi Arabia had already begun supplying anti-aircraft launchers and missiles to militants in Syria. But so far Saudi Arabia, as well as the US, has been officially opposed to arming the rebels with big guns and antiaircraft missiles as they could fall into extremist hands.

According to the WSJ report, rebel commanders struck a deal on the new armaments shipment during a meeting with US and Saudi intelligence agents in Jordan on January 30. During that meeting, rebels allegedly claimed that their new military gains would help force official Damascus consider President Assad’s ouster and bring forward a political solution to the conflict.

Mercenaries on US payroll?

The Wall Street Journal also reports that their rebel sources claimed the US government is paying their salaries to fight the Assad forces. The Southern Front brigades allegedly received $3 million in cash in salaries during the two meetings in Jordan, one held on January 30 and the other late last year.

Meanwhile, congressional aides told the WSJ about scheduled meetings with Syrian opposition leaders next week. The Syrian delegation will allegedly seek extra armaments in order to battle al-Qaeda and al-Nusra elements.

“We’re trying to assure the international community that they can support moderates without the threat of arms falling into the hands of al-Qaeda,” said Oubai Shahbandar, a senior adviser to the Syrian opposition. Saudi Arabia and US have so far refused to comment.

Geneva 2 stalemate

As the second round of Geneva 2 talks so far fails to produce any results, the Russian Foreign Minister has criticized the American stance at the negotiations accusing it of hijacking the talks for the purpose of “regime change” in Syria.

“The only thing they want to talk about is the establishment of a transitional governing body,” Sergey Lavrov said Friday after meeting with the German foreign minister in Moscow. “Only after that are they ready to discuss the urgent and most pressing problems, like terrorism.”

Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov (right) and German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier during a meeting in Moscow on February 14, 2014.

“I am very worried about the systematic attempts to disrupt the political settlement in Syria,” therefore “forcing the (Syrian) government to slam the door.”

Lavrov recalled that talks were kick started to implement the original Geneva communique, position of which Russia and Syria solemnly defend. The June 2012 document stipulates the creation of a transitional political body, holding of free and fair elections, the start of a national dialogue, a review of the constitution and legal system. Nowhere does it mention removal of president Assad.

“Now they are saying that to keep talking is senseless, because the government (of Syria) doesn’t want to agree about the makeup of a transitional governing body. We are going in circles,”
Lavrov said.

The Syrian government’s position remains that stopping terrorism and bloodshed should be the priority at the negotiations that started last month. The second round of negotiations between government and opposition representatives began on Monday but no progress has yet been made. The opposition, backed by the US and its allies, insists on forming a transitional authority with “full executive powers,” thus ousting Assad.

Rebel fighters inspect an alley in the eastern Syrian town of Deir Ezzor on February 14, 2014.

After five days of negotiations the opposition has accused the government’s team of “belligerence,” while the government delegation said that the opposition have an “unrealistic agenda.”

“The negotiations are not moving toward a political solution,”
said Louay Safi, a spokesman for the Syrian opposition delegation, accusing the government side of adopting a hostile stance.

“I deeply regret to say that this round did not achieve any progress,”
Syrian Deputy Foreign Minister Faisal Mekdad said. “We came to the Geneva conference to implement Syria’s declared position to reach a political solution. … Unfortunately the other side came with another agenda, with an unrealistic agenda.”

The UN’s Lakhdar Brahimi, curator of the talks, plans to meet the sides on Saturday, the final day for round two of the negotiations, but it remains unclear if he can offer any prospect of drawing the warring parties closer together.

Saudi Arabia to supply Syrian rebels with anti-aircraft missiles – report — RT News.

Libyan army commander calls for parliament ,Government to be suspended

A leading military figure from the 2011 uprising made the announcement on Friday

(Reuters) – A Libyan military commander on Friday called for the interim parliament to be suspended and a presidential committee to be formed to govern until new elections in what he described as a road map to “rescue” the country.

Major General Khalifa Haftar was a leading figure in the 2011 revolution against Muammar Gaddafi, but it was not clear how much influence he has even within the small, nascent army in a country where other militia groups are more powerful.

Since the fall of Gaddafi, Libya has had a fragile government and armed forces unable to impose their authority on competing political factions and the brigades of former rebels who refuse to disarm.

Tripoli was calm, with telecommunications normal, and Reuters witnesses said there were no immediate signs of any extraordinary troop movements or activity outside the parliament, the prime minister’s office or any ministries.

“The national command of the Libyan army is declaring a movement for the new road map,” Haftar said in a statement in which he said the armed forces were calling for Libya to be “rescued” from its upheaval.

“We will hold meetings with different parties and groups regarding implementing this road map,” he said.

A spokesman for the General National Congress (GNC) parliament dismissed the statement.

“He doesn’t represent the army,” Omar Humaidan said. “He is not even in Tripoli, the capital is secure.”

Libya’s army barely exists with most of its soldiers still in training or drawn from the ranks of former rebels who are often more loyal to their own regions, their commanders or their tribes than a national force.

Haftar was once a Gaddafi ally, but broke with the autocratic leader over the war with Chad in the 1980s. He later sought exile in the United States, but returned to become a commander of forces in the 2011 revolution.

The General National Congress is deeply split by infighting between the nationalist National Forces Alliance party and Islamists in the Justice and Construction Party, which is tied to the Muslim Brotherhood, and the Al Wafaa movement.

Since its election in 2012, the GNC has become increasingly unpopular with Libyans who see it has made little progress in the transition to democracy. Libya still has no new constitution.

But tensions have increased over its future, after its initial mandate ran out on February 7. Its members agreed to extend their term in office to allow a special committee the stability to draft the constitution.

Rival political factions and militia groups have competing views on how the country should continue, with some calling for early elections and others supporting the extension of the parliament’s mandate.

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Libyan Government should be suspended, says military commander – Middle East – World – The Independent.

Libyan army commander calls for parliament to be suspended | Reuters.

Lebanese army seizes top al Qaeda-linked militant

Lebanese army soldiers stand near a booby-trapped car loaded with explosives in the Corniche al-Mazraa district of central Beirut

Lebanese army soldiers stand near a booby-trapped car loaded with explosives in the Corniche al-Mazraa district of central Beirut February 12, 2014.

(Reuters) – Lebanon’s army on Wednesday arrested a senior al Qaeda-linked militant described by officials as a “mastermind of car bombs” hitting Shi’ite areas in recent months, triggering a major security sweep in the country.

Security sources said the arrest of Naim Abbas, who confessed to his organizational role, helped uncover two booby-trapped cars, two weapons depots and led to the arrest of several jihadi-linked people.

They added his arrest would also help uncover more radical jihadi cells that have been targeting army posts and Shi’ite areas under the control of the Lebanese Shi’ite Hezbollah group.

The surge in violence in Lebanon is linked to the three-year conflict in neighboring Syria, with sectarian tensions between Sunni and Shi’ite Muslims rising on both sides of the border.

The security sources said Abbas played a role in four recent car bomb attacks in southern Beirut and two more in the mostly Shi’ite town of Hermel in eastern Lebanon, all Hezbollah strongholds. Scores of civilians were killed in the attacks.

Abbas’s capture is the second major one after another al Qaeda-linked leader, Majid al-Majid, was seized in December. He died in custody due to kidney failure.

“He (Abbas) drove the suicide bombers to the southern suburbs. He is the mastermind of car bombs, he is as important as Majid al-Majid,” another source said.

Hours after Abbas’s arrest, security forces found a car loaded with 100 kg of explosives in the Corniche al-Mazraa district of central Beirut and another one with explosives near the town of Arsal, on the frontier with Syria.

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A Lebanese army statement said three women were inside the second car, which had come from Yabroud in Syria where the Syrian army is preparing an offensive to flush out rebels. The women’s task was to deliver the car to potential suicide bombers, the statement said.

“It was he (Abbas) who confessed and gave the location of these two cars. So far two cars have been discovered but many more will follow,” a security source told Reuters.

The army later raided two villages in southern Beirut, Saadeyat and Debeyi, where it confiscated dozens of 107mm rockets, security sources added.

The army also said it had had Abbas under surveillance for some time after receiving information about his involvement in recent bombings.

Abbas, a Palestinian, was snatched from his house in a Beirut suburb in a special operation led by the Lebanese army in the early hours of Wednesday.

Lebanon, which is still recovering from its own 1975-1990 civil war, has been struggling to stem the spillover of violence from Syria.

Hezbollah has sent fighters and advisers to help its ally President Bashar al-Assad, a member of the Shi’ite-derived Alawite minority, against mainly Sunni rebels who have become dominated by Islamist fighters.

Groups in Lebanon linked to Al-Qaeda have accused Hezbollah of interfering in Syria and said they will launch attacks against the group.

المخابرات الأمريكية : 7500 مقاتل أجنبي بسوريا والقاعدة لن تهزم

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واشنطن، الولايات المتحدة الأمريكية — قال رئيس جهاز الاستخبارات القومية بأمريكا، جايمس كلابر، إن هناك 7500 مقاتل أجنبي يتواجدون داخل الأراضي السورية قادمين من 50 دولة

من جهته قال رئيس وكالة الاستخبارات الدفاعية بأمريكا، مايكل فلين في الجلسة ذاتها: “هناك احتمال كبير بقيام عناصر من المتشددين بصفوف المعارضة السورية بمداهمة واستغلال الأسلحة الكيماوية والبيولوجية في المخازن قبل التمكن من إزالتها من قبل المجتمع الدولي”

وحول اللامركزية في قيادة تنظيم القاعدة، وإن كان التنظيم في طريقة للهزيمة قدم المسؤولان الأمريكيان تقيمهما للوضع، حيث قال كلابر: “لا، التنظيم يتحول ويقدم امتيازاته لجماعات أخرى، وليس فقط في شمال أفريقيا، بل وفي مناطق أخرى من العالم.. لا لن يهزموا”

واضاف كلابر: “إن من بين هؤلاء المقاتلين الـ7500، مجموعة من تنظيم القاعدة قدموا من أفغانستان وباكستان وأن لهم طموح بتنفيذ هجمات في أوروبا إن لم يكن في الولايات المتحدة الأمريكية ذاتها

 

برعايه جامعة الدول العربيه .. منتدى لرواد الأعمال العرب في القاهرة 18 فبراير

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تستضيف القاهرة اعتبارا من يوم 18 فبراير ولمدة 3 أيام فعاليات المنتدى الأول لرواد الأعمال العرب والأفكار المبتكرة الذي ينظمه مجلس الشباب العربي للتنمية المتكاملة تحت شعار نحو آفاق للتكامل الاقتصادي لرواد الأعمال والمبتكرين العرب تحت رعاية جامعة الدول العربية

ويهدف المنتدى، بحسب بيان لمجلس الشباب العربى، إلى تفعيل توصيات القمة العربية الاقتصادية والتنموية والاجتماعية الثالثة 2013، ووضع برنامج عمل للبدء في تنفيذ استثمارات لرواد الأعمال العرب وتحقيق تكامل اقتصادي بين رواد الأعمال والمبتكرين العرب وتشجيعهم لخوض سوق العمل وخلق تلاقي بين جهات التمويل وهيئات الاستثمار وشباب الأعمال العرب وعرض حزمة من المشروعات الاستثمارية يمكن تنفيذها بالوطن العربي فضلا عن السعي تجاه خلق فرص عمل جديدة وغير تقليدية للشباب

وعبر رئيس مجلس الشباب العربي للتنمية المتكاملة الدكتورة مشيرة أبو غالي، في بيان لها اليوم الأربعاء، عن سعادتها برعاية جامعة الدول العربية واستضافتها للمنتدى الأول لرواد الأعمال العرب، مشيداً بالدور الاقتصادي والاجتماعي الفعال الذي يقوم به رواد الأعمال وأن اسهاماتهم تساعد في بناء مستقبلهم ومستقبل مجتمعاتهم

وأشارت أبو غالي إلى أن مجلس الشباب العربي يعطي أهمية قصوى لمساعدة رواد الأعمال الشباب ويعمل على إبراز دورهم وتقديم كل الدعم اللازم الذي يساعدهم في تحقيق طموحاتهم

وأوضحت أن المنتدى يتضمن محاور عديدة أهمها رواد الأعمال العرب بين الواقع والطموح – الاستثمارات العربية وفرص جذب رواد الأعمال – واقع الاستثمارات العربية بين الجلب والمعوقات الاستثمارات العربية والأفاق المستقبلية – نحو فرص عمل غير تقليدية – تجارب رواد الأعمال العرب بين التحديات وفرص لنجاح – عرض لحزمة من المشروعات والابتكارات نواة لمشروعات جديدة

ارشيف - الدكتورة مشيرة ابو غالي رئيس مجلس الشباب العربي للتنمية المتكاملة

ارشيف – الدكتورة مشيرة ابو غالي رئيس مجلس الشباب العربي للتنمية المتكاملة

ويأتي تنظيم هذا المنتدى انطلاقا من الأوضاع الراهنة بالوطن العربي وما يشهده من تحولات كبيرة تتطلب إلي ضرورة تضافر الجهود نحو وضع برامج عمل فعليه لتحسين الأوضاع الاقتصادية للشباب العربي وخلق روح التكامل والتعاون فيما بينهم في إطار قرارات القمة العربية الاقتصادية والتنموية والاجتماعية الثالثة الذي عقدت بشهر يناير الماضي بالعاصمة السعودية الرياض بهدف وضع برنامج عمل فعلي لتنفيذ أستثمارات تحقق التكامل الاقتصادي بين رواد الأعمال العرب وكذلك خلق تلاقي بين جهات التمويل وهيئات الاستثمار العربية ورواد الأعمال العرب، وسيشهد المنتدى عرض حزمة من المشروعات والأفكار والاختراعات التي تهدف إلي دعم الاقتصاديات العربية

ويشارك فى المنتدى ممثلون عن كل من الغرف التجارية والصناعية العربية واتحاد غرف دول مجلس التعاون الخليجي ومنظمة العمل العربية والمنظمة العربية للتنمية الصناعية والتعدين والصناديق العربية لتمويل المشروعات بجانب هيئات ووزارات الاستثمار العربية وجمعيات رواد الأعمال ومنظمات المجتمع المدني التنموية بالدول العربية والمراكز البحثية الاقتصادية

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لرواد الاعمال العرب والافكار المبتكرة المزمع عقدة تحت رعاية 
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السيد / معن عطاالله محمدالحمودي المملكة الاردنية الهاشمية
السيد / أحمد ناصر عبدالستار خميس جمهورية مصر العربية
المستشار / بدر فرحان الروقي المملكة العربية السعودية
الدكتور / فؤاد علوان الجمهورية الجزائرية
السيد / أحمد الخولي جمهورية مصر العربية
الباحث / أسعد عطا الجمهورية اليمنية
الدكتورة / ليلي الشياظمي المملكة المغربية
المهندس / هاشم الحبشي المملكة العربية السعودية
الدكتورة / هبة الرحمن احمد جمهورية مصر العربية
الاستاذ / فريد محمد احمد عثمان الجمهورية السودانية
الاستاذ / صدام هزاع الرديعات المملكة الاردنية الهاشمية
الاستاذ /احمد محمود العجيزي جمهورية مصر العربية
الاستاذ /عبد الرحيم الزواهرة المملكة الاردنية الهاشمية
الاستاذ / احمد صلاح غريب جمهورية مصر العربية
الاستاذ / مينا هاني فؤاد غبريال جمهوية مصر العربية
الاستاذ / احمد فيصل ملحم المملكة الاردنية الهاشميه
الاستاذ / سجا بنت طه الزعبي الجمهورية السورية
الاستاذ / محمد عبله جمهورية مصر العربية
، بحسب بيان لمجلس الشباب العربى، إلى تفعيل توصيات القمة العربية الاقتصادية والتنموية والاجتماعية الثالثة 2013، ووضع برنامج عمل للبدء في تنفيذ استثمارات لرواد الأعمال العرب وتحقيق تكامل اقتصادي بين رواد الأعمال والمبتكرين العرب وتشجيعهم لخوض سوق العمل وخلق تلاقي بين جهات التمويل وهيئات الاستثمار وشباب الأعمال العرب وعرض حزمة من المشروعات الاستثمارية يمكن تنفيذها بالوطن العربي فضلا عن السعي تجاه خلق فرص عمل جديدة وغير تقليدية للشباب.وعبر رئيس مجلس الشباب العربي للتنمية المتكاملة الدكتورة مشيرة أبو غالي، في بيان لها اليوم الأربعاء، عن سعادتها برعاية جامعة الدول العربية واستضافتها للمنتدى الأول لرواد الأعمال العرب، مشيداً بالدور الاقتصادي والاجتماعي الفعال الذي يقوم به رواد الأعمال وأن اسهاماتهم تساعد في بناء مستقبلهم ومستقبل مجتمعاتهم.وأشارت أبو غالي إلى أن مجلس الشباب العربي يعطي أهمية قصوى لمساعدة رواد الأعمال الشباب ويعمل على إبراز دورهم وتقديم كل الدعم اللازم الذي يساعدهم في تحقيق طموحاتهم.وأوضحت أن المنتدى يتضمن محاور عديدة أهمها رواد الأعمال العرب بين الواقع والطموح – الاستثمارات العربية وفرص جذب رواد الأعمال – واقع الاستثمارات العربية بين الجلب والمعوقات الاستثمارات العربية والأفاق المستقبلية – نحو فرص عمل غير تقليدية – تجارب رواد الأعمال العرب بين التحديات وفرص لنجاح – عرض لحزمة من المشروعات والابتكارات نواة لمشروعات جديدة.ويأتي تنظيم هذا المنتدى انطلاقا من الأوضاع الراهنة بالوطن العربي وما يشهده من تحولات كبيرة تتطلب إلي ضرورة تضافر الجهود نحو وضع برامج عمل فعليه لتحسين الأوضاع الاقتصادية للشباب العربي وخلق روح التكامل والتعاون فيما بينهم في إطار قرارات القمة العربية الاقتصادية والتنموية والاجتماعية الثالثة الذي عقدت بشهر يناير الماضي بالعاصمة السعودية الرياض بهدف وضع برنامج عمل فعلي لتنفيذ أستثمارات تحقق التكامل الاقتصادي بين رواد الأعمال العرب وكذلك خلق تلاقي بين جهات التمويل وهيئات الاستثمار العربية ورواد الأعمال العرب، وسيشهد المنتدى عرض حزمة من المشروعات والأفكار والاختراعات التي تهدف إلي دعم الاقتصاديات العربية.ويشارك فى المنتدى ممثلون عن كل من الغرف التجارية والصناعية العربية واتحاد غرف دول مجلس التعاون الخليجي ومنظمة العمل العربية والمنظمة العربية للتنمية الصناعية والتعدين والصناديق العربية لتمويل المشروعات بجانب هيئات ووزارات الاستثمار العربية وجمعيات رواد الأعمال ومنظمات المجتمع المدني التنموية بالدول العربية والمراكز البحثية الاقتصادية – See more at: http://www.el-balad.com/806797#sthash.2tkFTfwO.dpuf

Egypt army chief Sisi to run for president – Kuwait newspaper

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Egypt’s army chief Field Marshal Abdul Fattah al-Sisi has said he will run for president, a Kuwaiti newspaper says.

Asked by the al-Seyassah newspaper if he would be standing, the army chief said he had to meet the wishes of the Egyptian people and run for election.

He had been widely expected to declare his candidacy but there has been no official confirmation from the army.

The army leadership backed him to stand in the election last month, promoting him to the rank of field marshal.

Presidential elections in Egypt are due within six months.

Correspondents say Field Marshal Sisi is expected to win by a landslide if he does indeed become a candidate.

He is hugely popular in Egypt since the army removed Islamist President Mohammed Morsi last July, following mass protests.

“I will not reject the demand [of the people],” Field Marshal Sisi told al-Seyassah.

“I will present this to the Egyptian people to renew confidence through free voting.”

The interim government has declared the Muslim Brotherhood a terrorist organisation and arrested thousands of its members.

Morsi, is currently in detention and facing four separate trials.

Last month, Egypt’s Supreme Council of the Armed Forces (Scaf) gave its approval for Field Marshal Sisi to run for the presidency, saying: “The people’s trust in Sisi is a call that must be heeded as the free choice of the people.”

 A bridge where huge posters of Egypt's army chief Field Marshal Abdel Fattah al-Sisi are hanged in center Cairo

A bridge where huge posters of Egypt’s army chief Field Marshal Abdel Fattah al-Sisi are hanged in center Cairo

The state-run al-Ahram newspaper said his chief-of-staff, Gen Sedky Sobhy, had been chosen to replace him as head of the armed forces.

Field Marshal Sisi’s supporters say he is a strong leader who can restore stability after years of unrest.Field Marshall Sisi has become deeply popular in Egypt. There are posters, T-shirts and even chocolate bars bearing his image. He is portrayed as a saviour on state and private television channels.

Chocolates decorated with pictures of Egyptian Defence Minister Field Marshal Abdel Fattah al-Sisi

Chocolates decorated with pictures of Egyptian Defence Minister Field Marshal Abdel Fattah al-Sisi

“We will not play with people’s dreams or tell them we have a magic wand,” said Field Marshal Sisi in the interview with the Kuwaiti newspaper. “I will tell them let’s join hands and work together to build this country of 90 million.”

 

U.S. Spy Chief Says Assad Has Strengthened His Hold on Power

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WASHINGTON — The country’s top intelligence official ” James R. Clapper Jr., the director of national intelligence” said Tuesday that President Bashar al-Assad’s hold on power in Syria had “strengthened” over the past year, and that he had benefited from a deal to abandon his chemical weapons arsenal.

Concern has been mounting both in Congress and in the Obama administration that the policy toward Syria is faltering on several fronts.

Secretary of State John Kerry fueled those concerns on Sunday with remarks in a closed-door meeting with lawmakers at a security conference in Munich.

“Secretary Kerry expressed frustration with the lack of success of the current policy in Syria,” said Senator John McCain, Republican of Arizona, who attended the session.

Senator Lindsey Graham, Republican of South Carolina, who also was at the meeting, said that Mr. Kerry appeared to be especially worried by the increase in the number of extremists who had streamed to Syria.

“Secretary Kerry said that we have got to change our strategy when it comes to Al Qaeda, and he was clearly expressing frustration with the Russians and Assad,” Mr. Graham said. “He talked about the need to provide more capacity to the opposition.”

Asked for comment, Jen Psaki, a State Department spokeswoman, said Tuesday that the Obama administration was still committed to the Geneva peace talks, due to resume next week, and believed they were helping to build international pressure on the Assad government. And she denied that Mr. Kerry had called for a new strategy on Syria.

“No one in this administration thinks we’re doing enough until the humanitarian crisis has been solved and the civil war ended,” she said. “That is no different from the message Secretary Kerry conveyed during the private meeting.”

The Obama administration has hoped that the peace talks in Geneva might allow moderate opposition government leaders and Syrian officials to negotiate a transitional government that does not include Mr. Assad. But Lakhdar Brahimi, the United Nations special envoy to the talks, told the Munich conference on Friday that the first round of negotiations had made “no progress.”

Critics say such talks are unlikely to succeed unless Mr. Assad is weakened militarily and has some incentive to negotiate. But with the government receiving arms from Russia and Iran, and with the United States providing only limited support to the moderate opposition, critics say, there seems to be little reason for Mr. Assad to make major concessions.

Mr. Clapper’s testimony has only sharpened the debate. During a hearing before the House Intelligence Committee, Mr. Clapper said that Mr. Assad had grown stronger over the past year “by virtue of his agreement to remove the chemical weapons.”

President Obama has hailed the agreement as a significant diplomatic breakthrough, and during his State of the Union address last week he cited it as an example of how his foreign policy had been effective.

But many experts say that the agreement may ultimately work to Mr. Assad’s advantage, as it prompted the Obama administration to withdraw its threat to carry out cruise missile attacks, has built up the Syrian government credibility on the world stage and has allowed it to play for time.

In the early months of the Syrian rebellion in 2011, Mr. Obama called for Mr. Assad to step down, but he has since dropped this language from his public statements about Syria.

On Tuesday, Mr. Clapper also said it was possible the violence could rage on indefinitely, leading to “sort of a perpetual stalemate where neither the regime nor the opposition can prevail.”

Mr. Clapper appeared at the hearing with the heads of several other American intelligence agencies. John O. Brennan, director of the C.I.A., warned that the chaos in Syria had become fertile ground for militant groups to stage attacks outside the country.

“We are concerned about the use of Syrian territory by the Al Qaeda organization to recruit individuals and develop the capability to be able not just to carry out attacks inside of Syria, but also to use Syria as a launching pad,” he said.

Mr. Clapper said at a Senate Intelligence Committee hearing last week that “Al Nusra Front, to name one, does have aspirations for attacks on the homeland.”

Russia, seeking to mollify international officials impatient with Syria for missing deadlines to destroy its chemical arsenal, said Tuesday that the Syrian government planned to send a large shipment out of the country this month and to export its entire stockpile by March 1.

Russia’s deputy foreign minister, Gennady Gatilov, defended the Syrian government’s explanations for the missed deadlines, arguing that security dangers posed by the Syrian civil war had created problems in transporting the chemicals to the port of Latakia, where an international flotilla awaits them. But Western officials have suggested this is merely an excuse.

Despite a negotiated timetable, Syria missed a Dec. 31 deadline to export the most dangerous chemicals and will miss a second deadline on Wednesday to export all the chemicals.

U.S. Spy Chief Says Assad Has Strengthened His Hold on Power – NYTimes.com.