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Thursday, February 16, 2006

Al desnudo, la intriga contra Lydia Cacho

Al desnudo, la intriga contra Lydia Cacho: "Foto Foto Foto

Kamel Nacif, Lydia Cacho y Jean Succar Kuri Fotos La Jornada, Guillermo Sologuren y PGR

Una serie de grabaciones, depositadas por un mensajero anónimo en la recepción de este diario, contienen conversaciones telefónicas sostenidas por el empresario poblano Kamel Nacif, quien mandó detener a la periodista Lydia Cacho porque lo menciona en su libro Los demonios del Edén, sobre prácticas de pederastia. Los telefonemas grabados del industrial se inician en el momento en que policías judiciales de Puebla, en coordinación con la judicial de Quintana Roo, cumplían la orden de arresto de la escritora en Cancún. Concluyen el 23 o 24 de diciembre, cuando Cacho ya ha sido puesta en libertad bajo fianza.

A lo largo de esa semana crítica desfilan por la línea telefónica de Kamel Nacif dos gobernadores, Mario Marín, de Puebla, y Pablo Salazar Mendiguchía, de Chiapas; empresarios textileros amigos del magnate, como Hubert, un ciudadano francés; Luis Angel Casas, quien fungió como coordinador de finanzas de la campaña electoral de Marín; un paisano de Nacif, Hanna Nakad Bayeh, también conocido como Juanito, y un periodista que habla familiarmente dos veces con el magnate, y a quien éste llama Andrés o 'muñeco'.

Wednesday, February 15, 2006

RED HERRING | 180solutions Drops Libel Suit

RED HERRING | 180solutions Drops Libel Suit: "180soultions"

180 Solutions is spyware plain and simple.
they prey on simpletons and intellectually deffective people that think that they're getting something of value in exchange for the anal probing that 180solutions does to their computers.
But 180solutions is pyware plain and simple

Saturday, February 04, 2006

Newspaperindex - the blog | Newspapers of the world, media, free speech and update on the newspaper catalogue Newspaper Index » UN to Investigate Jyll

Newspaperindex - the blog | Newspapers of the world, media, free speech and update on the newspaper catalogue Newspaper Index » UN to Investigate Jyllands-Posten ‘Racism’: "UN to Investigate Jyllands-Posten ‘Racism’
Saturday December 10th 2005, 10:43 pm
Filed under: Newspapers, Global news, Ethics, Journalism, Online news

Responding to a complaint by the Organization of Islamic Conferences (OIC) over twelve caricatures of the prophet Muhammad published in the Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten last September, Louise Arbour - United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights - has appointed two UN experts on racism to carry out a detailed investigation into what Arbour characterizes as a “disrespect for belief.”

Why did Jyllands-Posten publish the cartoons? The Copenhagen Post explains: “Jyllands-Posten called for and printed the cartoons by various Danish illustrators, after reports that artists were refusing to illustrate works about Islam, out of fear of fundamendalist retribution. The newspaper said it printed the cartoons as a test of whether Muslim fundamentalists had begun affecting the freedom of expression in Denmark.”
In case you never saw the Muhammad drawings

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These are the stupidest cartons I have ever seen
the people who complain about them should
get something better to do.

Independent Online Edition > Europe

Independent Online Edition > Europe: "Anger as Paris newspaper prints cartoon of Prophet
By John Lichfield in Paris
Published: 02 February 2006

French Muslim leaders protested vehemently after the newspaper France-Soir reprinted 12 Danish cartoons of the Prophet Mohamed, one showing the Prophet with a turban shaped like a bomb.

Dalil Boubakeur, president of the French Muslim Council, described the printing of the cartoons in a country with 5,000,000 citizens of Muslim background as 'a true provocation'."

This is something that is really pissing me off as they do show that the arab world is really about hate.

Terefore I'm saying that every single person that is ofended by those cartons has a right to be offended.

However that does not give them the right to tell the rest of the world what should they do or not.

What do you make of it? what is more important the stick in the rear end of millions and millions of peop;e or the freedom of speech of the rest of the world.?