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    [monsters terrorists, all born from the corrupt religion of Saudi Arabia!] Perpetrators of Turkey's 'Malatya Massacre' Put on Trial. Victims' lawyers Erdal Dogan (left) and Orhan Kemal Cengiz on the steps of the Malatya courthouse, in a 2010 photo. Victims' lawyers Erdal Dogan (left) and Orhan Kemal Cengiz on the steps of the Malatya courthouse, in a 2010 photo. (Photo: Open Doors News) Military officials accused of masterminding attack, manipulating investigation. Istanbul, September 19 (Open Doors News) — Nineteen suspects accused of inciting the brutal 2007 murders of three Christians in eastern Turkey went on trial before Malatya's Third Criminal Court in early September.
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    [monsters terrorists, all born from the corrupt religion of Saudi Arabia!] With the court's acceptance in June of a third indictment in the case, known as the "Malatya Massacre" in the Turkish media, allegations against primarily military officials have finally been made public. "This indictment provides the first solid evidence that our military authorities officially assigned the named suspects to monitor and attack the Christians in Malatya," Umut Sahin from the legal committee of the Turkish Association of Protestant Churches told Open Doors News. Turkey mapThe new 761-page indictment alleges that the attack by five young murderers who stabbed, tortured and slit the throats of two Turks and a German citizen in their Malatya office had been masterminded by a retired general in Turkey's 1st Army Corps and ultranationalist military officials in the Malatya gendarmerie. The gendarmerie is a law-enforcement arm of the military; It has jurisdiction outside of Turkey's cities and towns.
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    [monsters terrorists, all born from the corrupt religion of Saudi Arabia!] Ret. Gen. Hursit Tolon, who was named as the prime suspect behind the killings, at the Zirve Christian Publishing House in Malatya, failed to appear during the six consecutive days of hearings that began Sept. 3. The 70-year-old former general sent the court a 10-day medical excuse from his prison cell. Initially jailed in 2008 as a suspect in the alleged Ergenkon conspiracy, Tolon was accused of plotting to topple the ruling Justice and Peace Party (AKP) government of Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan. After his release in 2009 due to poor health, he was re-arrested in January 2012 on "serious suspicions of a criminal act." According to the new indictment, the Zirve murders were part of the so-called Cage Action Plan hatched by military officials trying to undermine the AKP government through assassinations, threats and acts of terror against Turkey's non-Muslim minorities.
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    [monsters terrorists, all born from the corrupt religion of Saudi Arabia!] In the initial indictment, state prosecutors demanded three consecutive life sentences for the five killers, all apprehended at the scene of the crime. When the presiding judge questioned them during the September hearings, several of the murder suspects insisted that they had no motive to overthrow the government and had in fact voted for the AKP. Denying any acquaintance or links with Tolon and the other accused conspirators, defendant Emre Gunaydin declared, "We went on an expedition on behalf of Islam on our own to accomplish this event." A judiciary scandal? Just two days before the Sept. 3 hearings began, Turkish authorities shocked the lawyers for the victims by abruptly replacing the two prosecutors, and two of the three judges,
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    [monsters terrorists, all born from the corrupt religion of Saudi Arabia!] in the case, leaving only one member of the judicial panel familiar with the trial's massive files: presiding Judge Hayrettin Kisa. "This has seriously damaged effective progress in the trial," said Erdal Dogan, a lawyer for one of the victims. In particular, the two prosecutors who had worked on the new indictment for the past 1.5 years, examining the evidence and questioning witnesses and the accused in person, were taken off the case. "Changing the court prosecutors has had an unbelievably negative impact on the case," Sahin said. "For six days, the accused suspects made incredible criticisms of the indictment, but the new prosecutor did not utter a single word for the whole six days!"
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    [monsters terrorists, all born from the corrupt religion of Saudi Arabia!] In response, the Council of Judges and Prosecutors stated that the Justice Ministry's reassignment of the Malatya prosecutors and judges was a routine transfer, simply following recent legal reforms affecting the status of criminal courts. But according to Orhan Kemal Cengiz, a lawyer for the victims, "This is a serious and really unacceptable scandal, concerning such a huge case. There are more than 40,000 pages in the attachments to this indictment alone!""Is it possible that the AKP government is uncomfortable with the conclusion of this case?" questioned Today's Zaman columnist Orhan Oguz Gurbuz on Sept. 16. "The government must address these doubts and questions. Otherwise, it will undermine its own legitimacy and the pluralist/democratic identity that it has relied on since the beginning."
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    [monsters terrorists, all born from the corrupt religion of Saudi Arabia!] Spying on Christians. After the new indictment was read out in court, six of the accused soldiers testified to what had been going on behind the scenes for at least a year before Necati Aydin, Ugur Yuksel and Tilmann Geske were attacked and killed in their office on April 18, 2007. According to their testimony: Under the local commander's direction, the Malatya gendarmerie had been monitoring the handful of Christians in Malatya 24 hours a day, tapping their telephones and paying informers some 60 percent of their intelligence budget to collect data on their activities, sometimes in cooperation with police and secret intelligence officials.
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    [monsters terrorists, all born from the corrupt religion of Saudi Arabia!] And after the attack, the gendarmerie officers tapped the telephones of the victims' families, lawyers and judges in the case, and then gave false documents and testimony to manipulate the trial, trying to portray the three murdered Christians as criminals linked with illegal groups like the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK), the soldiers testified. On the witness stand, the soldiers told Judge Kisa that they refused to accept "any of the accusations" against themselves."I was obeying orders conveyed to me within the command-chain hierarchy," Sgt. Adem Gedik said, defending his illegal surveillance within the Malatya city limits, which fall under jurisdiction of the police force, not the gendarmerie.
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    [monsters terrorists, all born from the corrupt religion of Saudi Arabia!] Hearings on the case will resume on Nov. 12, when Tolon and the remaining alleged perpetrators are scheduled to testify. The key suspects include Col. Mehmet Ulger, Malatya's gendarmerie commander at the time; Ruhi Polat, a theology instructor at the local Inonu University; Maj. Haydar Yesil; and Ilker Cinar, an intelligence agent assigned by military officials to fake his conversion to Christianity, infiltrate the Turkish Protestants and then publicly "reconvert to Islam," denouncing Christians as a threat to national security.Among those watching the trial closely are German widow Susanne Geske and her three children, now 18, 16 and 13, who have continued to live in Malatya since her husband was killed in the Zirve office.
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    [monsters terrorists, all born from the corrupt religion of Saudi Arabia!] "This trial doesn't change anything for our family," Geske said from Malatya after the suspected perpetrators went on trial. "But it can change things a lot for Turkey. "It is good for this nation and the whole society finally to learn the real truth," she said, recalling the past decades of cover-ups by Turkish political, military and judicial officials "trying their best to hide the truth."
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    [] 03/15/2012 16:50. [ EGYPT, Saudi Arabia: is in the ass of your satanAllah, that you have hidden your human rights! yours? can not be my holy Islam! ] Egypt's parliament describes Israel as the country's "first enemy" Lawmakers vote symbolic resolution calling for the expulsion of the Israeli ambassador and the cancellation of the peace treaty with Israel. The call is a response to Israeli raids in Gaza. Sources tell AsiaNews that such moves exemplify the conceited populism of the Muslim Brotherhood and the Salafists. Cairo (AsiaNews) - Egypt's extremist-dominated parliament adopted a motion that describes Israel as Egypt's 'first enemy'. In it, lawmakers also demand the expulsion of the Israeli ambassador in Cairo and a halt to gas exports to the Jewish state at favourable prices.
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    [ EGYPT, Saudi Arabia: is in the ass of your satanAllah, that you have hidden your human rights! yours? can not be my holy Islam! ] The text was prepared by the Arab Affairs Committee of Egypt's People's Assembly (lower house) and is largely symbolic. Only the ruling Supreme Council of the Armed Forces (SCAF) can make such decisions, and has already ruled it out. Until presidential elections are held, the SCAF remains in charge of policy-making. The motion follows Israeli strikes in Gaza since 9 March that left 25 people dead. For Egyptian MPs, such actions are a gross violation of human rights. Despite its lack of legal import, the motion exemplifies what a source, speaking to AsiaNews, calls the "conceited rhetoric" of the Muslim Brotherhood and the Salafists.
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    [ EGYPT, Saudi Arabia: is in the ass of your satanAllah, that you have hidden your human rights! yours? can not be my holy Islam! ] Emboldened by their electoral victory, both groups are trying to spread their ideology after 40 years of repression under Egypt's military regime. According to the text approved on Monday, "Egypt will never be the friend, partner or ally of the Zionist entity which we consider as the first enemy of Egypt and the Arab nation". "Muslim extremists are populists," the sources said. "All they want is to remain popular among voters, especially at a time of economic crisis. They blame Israel for all of the country's ills." Since January, political instability, government spending restraints to keep the national debt under control and attacks against gas pipelines in the Sinai have caused energy shortages in the country.
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    [ EGYPT, Saudi Arabia: is in the ass of your satanAllah, that you have hidden your human rights! yours? can not be my holy Islam!] Several cities have been without supplies, forcing people to line up to buy a gasoline by single cans or the few cooking gas canisters left. Police have been deployed at distributors to prevent disorders. The Muslim Brotherhood and Salafists blame the situation on economic agreements with Israel. At present, Egypt sells gas and gasoline to the Jewish state at 80 per cent less than market prices. For experts, Muslim extremists could undermine Egypt's move towards democracy. The military continue to follow Mubarak's foreign policy and obtain billions of dollars from Israel's main ally, the United States. Should the Muslim Brotherhood and Salafists also win the presidential election, SCAF might cancel the vote and install their own man. (S.C.)
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    [[@ Saudi Arabia, such as justice, made ​​a one-way, for the talmud 666 IMF, doing to do to you?]] 09/19/2012 18:09, EGYPT. As Coptic teacher is jailed for insulting President Morsi, the Arab Spring enters its twilight. Bishoy Kamel gets two years in prison for posting a Muhammad cartoon on Facebook, and three for insulting President Morsi. Not since the king's era did anyone get such punishment. Moderate Muslims are now wondering if the authorities would defend Christian symbols as forcefully as they do Muslim ones. Cairo (AsiaNews) - Christians and moderate Muslims are concerned and shocked by the six-year sentence inflicted on Bishoy Kamel, a Christian teacher who posted online satirical cartoons on Islam on 30 July, and allegedly insulted Egypt's president. In front of the courthouse where the trial was held, hundreds of Salafists gathered ready to lynch the offender.
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    [[@ Saudi Arabia, such as justice, made ​​a one-way, for the talmud 666 IMF, doing to do to you?]] Sources close to Kamel's family say that he was beaten in prison. The sentence was passed yesterday, but Kamel's lawyers have already appealed for a retrial by a less biased court. Nagui Damian, a young Catholic Coptic activist, and a leader in the Jasmine Revolution, told AsiaNews that the sentence has shaken Christians and Muslims, who are afraid of some peculiar positions taken by the president. The last time someone got three years in jail for insulting the head of state, King Farouk was still in power. He was overthrown in 1952. Nagui Damian said that many Muslims protested and wrote letter to newspapers and online forums, saying that six years in prison for posting cartoons offensive to Islam and insulting President Mohammed Morsi was too much.
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    [[@ Saudi Arabia, such as justice, made ​​a one-way, for the talmud 666 IMF, doing to do to you?]] During his 30 years of power, even Mubarak was more indulgent. In 2007, a young blogger, Kareem Amer, got only one year for insulting the president. Other cases involving insults to Islam or the president were settled with fines or a few months in jail. In the recent wave of anti-American demonstrations caused by the blasphemous Muhammad tape, some Muslim journalists have asked whether the same punishment would have been inflicted on someone who insulted the symbols of other religions, like Christianity. For the moment, police arrested another activist, Albert Saber, who posted the blasphemous movie trailer online.
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    [[@ Saudi Arabia, such as justice, made ​​a one-way, for the talmud 666 IMF, doing to do to you?]] According to Nagui Damian, religious minorities and moderate Muslims must speak out to stop Islamists from influencing international organisations and hijack the Jasmine Revolution. "All Coptic religious authorities have criticised the offensive acts against the Islamic religion. For every Egyptian, Christian or Muslim, insulting religion is a shameful act that must be punished, but there must be impartiality. For this reason, it makes no sense to ask the United Nations to adopt a law on Islamophobia as some Muslim leaders have suggested. The Egyptian state and the International community must defend all religions, not one in particular."
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    09/20/2012 INDONESIA. Catholic schools in Central Java threatened with closure for not teaching Islam 09/19/2012 EGYPT. As Coptic teacher is jailed for insulting President Morsi, the Arab Spring enters its twilight. 09/20/2012 ISLAM. Middle East, fears of a new wave of protests over French Muhammad cartoons. 09/20/2012 LEBANON - VATICAN. Fr. Samir: For the Pope, Lebanon is a model for East and West. 09/19/2012 CHINA. The Chinese Communist Party must guarantee religious freedom to save itself. 09/18/2012 ISLAM. Anti-US protests, moderate Muslims condemn violence. 09/18/2012 CHINA. Hubei, a church burned. Catholics call for justice. 09/22/2012 PAKISTAN - ISLAM. Islamabad, "mindless" violence on the day of love for the Prophet: 23 dead and 200 wounded. 09/19/2012 VATICAN - LEBANON. Pope: Christianity and Islam witnessing together against divisions, violence and wars. 09/18/2012 NEPAL. Teej festival honouring women divides Nepal between rich and poor
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    09/22/2012 [Saudi Arabia is Criminal International] LIBYA - ISLAM Young Libyans attack Salafi militants base. The people, tired of the violence and armed gangs, burned the headquarters of Ansar al-Sharia, the group suspected of killing U.S. Ambassador Chris Stevens. The population refuses to accept the militia oppression or imposition of a fundamentalist Islam. Benghazi (AsiaNews) - Hundreds of young demonstrators attacked the headquarters of Ansar al-Shariah, one of the most extremist Islamic groups, hunting militants and setting fire to the building. The attack took place late last night, after a day of protests attended by tens of thousands of people to "save Benghazi." The rally was organized to criticize violence in the city, which led to the murder of U.S. ambassador Chris Stevens, three members of his staff,
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    [Saudi Arabia is Criminal International] LIBYA - ISLAM. along with 10 Libyan guards in the U.S. consulate. In fact Ansar al-Shariah is suspected of having attacked the U.S. consulate, on September 11, taking advantage of the demonstrations against the anti-Islam film, produced in the United States. The headquarters of Ansar al-Shariah was surrounded by the crowd shouting "No to armed militias!" Militiamen sought first to fire shots in the air, but then were forced to flee. A similar attack against another militia base in the city, the Sahaty brigade, led to three deaths. Anti-militia demonstrators and police clashed for two hours, until the armed group fled. In another incident one person was killed.
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    [Saudi Arabia is Criminal International] LIBYA - ISLAM Anti-militia demonstrations are something new in the Libyan panorama. People are frustrated by the lack of security, following the fall of Gaddafi. Many Islamic groups, which helped to put an end to the Colonel's dictatorship, have refused to disarm or accept to enter in law enforcement. They often act like bands of outlaws, attacking groups and people who do not obey their vision of a fundamentalist Islam.
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    [il Talmud del FMI, ha detto che il satanismo è buono! il cristianesimo può essere dissacrato! ] 09/24/2012 RUSSIA. Moscow Patriarchate: anti-Islam film and vandalism against the Church, links in the same chain. Archpriest Chaplin condemns the film that has offended the Muslim world and warns that freedom of expression must not go beyond the moral limits. Moscow (AsiaNews) - The anti-Islam film that has sparked violent protests in more than 20 countries worldwide can be compared to the attacks on Christian symbols during the last month in Russia. This according to the Russian Orthodox Patriarchate which affirms that 'freedom of expression must comply with clear moral limits. The speaker was the head of the Synodal Department for Relations between state and society, Archpriest Vsevolod Chaplin, in a recent interview with the Interfax news agency. "Personally - denounced Chaplin
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    [The Talmud of the IMF, said that Satanism is good! Christianity can be desecrated! ] I think that the continuing actions in the Cathedral of Christ the Saviour, the appearance of a film that insults the founder of Islam, the attacks on U.S. embassies and swastikas on synagogues are links in the same chain." The cleric defines those who have desecrated symbols, extremely important for specific social groups, long considered untouchable, vandalized buildings, such as embassies and places of worship as "crazy" people. He said these crimes are far worse than normal because "when you desecrate a symbol considered important to a community, you try to belittle and subjugate the whole of that community." "It is no coincidence - he added - that these actions have then led to large-scale conflicts in history."
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    [The Talmud of the IMF, said that Satanism is good! Christianity can be desecrated! ] The priest also urged the international community to take the necessary measures to prevent such action, calling for "serious and inevitable punishment" for such crimes and noted that "freedom of expression must have clear moral limits, because it is not absolute and, according to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the most elementary logic, should not be taken beyond morality, public order and civil concord". Since, August 17, when Moscow's Khamovniceski court sentenced the three girls from punk band Pussy Riot to two years in prison (guilty of "hooliganism motivated by religious hatred" for a anti-Putin performance in the Cathedral of Christ the Savior) incidents of attacks on religious symbols have increased in Russia: crosses hacked to pieces, anticlerical graffiti and acts of vandalism against churches and icons.
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    porque cambiastes el youtube me gustaba el antiguo diseño D:
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    lol. India and all the criminal Muslim nations: communists, and all those who harm innocent people ---> you are preparing with the army, weapons, against the wrath of God? lol.
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    [India is as Islamic phobia criminal] 09/24/2012 18:12. INDIA, Bible are burnt, Christians attacked to convert them forcibly to Hinduism, Two more incidents are recorded in Karnataka. Hindu extremists submit Pentecostal Christians to a 'purification' ceremony at a Hindu temple in order to force them to abjure their Christian faith. For the Global Council of Indian Christians (GCIC), "these attacks are work of the Hindu party to win votes." Mumbai (AsiaNews) - Two new anti-Christian incidents were recorded, at a one day interval, in the state of Karnataka. In both cases, Pentecostal Christians were the victims, attacked in the privacy of their homes, when ultranationalist Hindus tried to force them to forswear their Christian faith.[Gandhi would not approve]
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    [India is as Islamic phobia criminal] For Sajan K George, president of the Global Council of Indian Christians (GCIC), it is increasingly clear that the incidents "are orchestrated" because "in Karnataka and in other states governed by the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), religion and politics go hand in hand and are used to gain as many votes as possible." The ultranationalist Hindu party has been in power in the state since 2007. The latest case was recorded yesterday in Gudadahalli Hearaghatta (north of Bangalore). Two Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS ) activists infiltrated a prayer meeting held at the Pentecostal Church led by Rev Muniraju. After the start of the service, an additional eight RSS members burst into the place..[Gandhi would not approve]
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    [India is as Islamic phobia criminal] In the church, they burnt or tore up all the Bibles and religious documents found. They also slapped and beat up the clergyman. To intimidate the community, they dragged him and his five to a Hindu temple, about a kilometre away, where they forced the couple to take part in a pooja, a Hindu rite. Before they let them go, the attacked warned them against holding more prayer services. Two days earlier, on Friday, the Bethel Prathanalaya Pentecostal Church, near Bhadravathi, Shimoga District, was attacked in the same fashion. The community of 25 is led by Rev Kumar Hanumanthappa. On that day, the members had travelled to the neighbouring village Voddarahalli Thanda, guests of five local families. About 20 RSS and Bajrang Dal activists stormed the prayer services, telling those present they would suffer "terrible consequences" if they continued to practice Christianity. .[Gandhi would not approve]
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    [India is as Islamic phobia criminal] After beating some of those present and burning some of the Bibles, the Hindus forced the entire community to walk to the nearest Hindu temple to take part in their religion's 'purification' ceremony. Once they were able to go home, some of the Christians stopped at the Holehonnur police station to file a formal complaint. However, no one has yet to be arrested in connection with the case."Article 14 of the Indian constitution provides for equality before law for all people," Sajan George said. "And yet in the case of attacks on Christians and Christian places of worship, the perpetrators go scot free, while the innocent victims are arrested"..[Gandhi would not approve]
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    CHINA The Chinese Communist Party must guarantee religious freedom to save itself by Liu PengSome rethinking about the state, the party and freedom is needed in light of the crisis of Marxism, the loss of faith in the party, and the corruption of its members. The state must not favour any religion, but allow individuals to choose freely their faith. Here is the fourth instalment of an analysis by Liu Peng, of the Academy of Social Sciences in Beijing. VATICAN - LEBANON Ecclesia in Medio Oriente: urgent need of Christians' faith and witness by Bernardo CervelleraIn the Post-Synodal Apostolic Exhortation on the Middle East, signed yesterday in Beirut, Benedict XVI does not offer political solutions, but asks Christians to rekindle the gift of faith which gives rise to their creativity in society. The faithful must help free their societies of secularism and fundamentalism, and see that religious freedom is guaranteed to all. The Middle East as a laboratory of coexistence.
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    09/24/2012 [king Saudi Arabia: your religion is corrupt!] ITALY - PHILIPPINES, Fr Giancarlo Bossi's funeral set for tomorrow His body is lying in state in the church of Castelletto di Abbiategrasso to allow the faithfull a last farewell. Aware of his situation until the end, he received the Anointing of the Sick a week ago. One of his last acts was to bless two PIME missionaries leaving for Bangladesh and Guinea Bissau. Rome (AsiaNews) - The funeral of Fr Giancarlo Bossi will be held tomorrow at 3 pm at the parish church in Castelletto di Abbiategrasso, Milan (Italy), the clergyman's hometown. A long-time missionary with the Pontifical Institute for Foreign Missions (PIME), he passed away yesterday. He became well known in Italy and around the world after he was abducted by Muslim militiamen and held for 40 days in Mindanao (Philippines), where he worked as a missionary.



Iglesia atacada en Jos, Nigeria el 10 de junio.
Iglesia atacada en Jos, Nigeria el 10 de junio.(Foto: Compass)
Terrorista Suicida Bombardea Otra Iglesia en Jos, Nigeria
Un extremista islámico estrelló un auto cargado de explosivos contra una iglesia Pentecostal en esta ciudad del estado de Plateau esta mañana, matando a dos cristianos, por lo menos, e hiriendo a ....
Autoridades Clausuran Iglesia en Terán, Irán
Las autoridades en Irán esta semana ordenaron la clausura de una iglesia en la capital, Terán, en medio de una campaña gubernamental de reprimir las pocas iglesias reconocidas que aun ofrecen cultos de habla farsi, según un grupo de derechos ....
Explosión Causa Derramamiento de Sangre en Dos Iglesias en Bauchi, Nigeria
Un terrorista con bomba se estrelló contra el portón del recinto de una iglesia en esta ciudad en el noroeste de Nigeria esta mañana, matándose a sí mismo y por lo menos a 10 personas más y dejando a más de 30 heridos, según oficiales y testigos ....




Perpetrators of Turkey’s ‘Malatya Massacre’ Put on Trial
Victims' lawyers Erdal Dogan (left) and Orhan Kemal Cengiz on the steps of the Malatya courthouse, in a 2010 photo.
Victims' lawyers Erdal Dogan (left) and Orhan Kemal Cengiz on the steps of the Malatya courthouse, in a 2010 photo.(Photo: Open Doors News)
Military officials accused of masterminding attack, manipulating investigation.

Nineteen suspects accused of inciting the brutal 2007 murders of three Christians in eastern Turkey went on trial before Malatya’s Third Criminal Court in early September.

With the court’s acceptance in June of a third indictment in the case, known as the “Malatya Massacre” in the Turkish media, allegations against primarily military officials have finally been made public.

“This indictment provides the first solid evidence that our military authorities officially assigned the named suspects to monitor and attack the Christians in Malatya,” Umut Sahin from the legal committee of the Turkish Association of Protestant Churches told Open Doors News.

Turkey mapThe new 761-page indictment alleges that the attack by five young murderers who stabbed, tortured and slit the throats of two Turks and a German citizen in their Malatya office had been masterminded by a retired general in Turkey’s 1st Army Corps and ultranationalist military officials in the Malatya gendarmerie. The gendarmerie is a law-enforcement arm of the military; It has jurisdiction outside of Turkey’s cities and towns.

Ret. Gen. Hursit Tolon, who was named as the prime suspect behind the killings, at the Zirve Christian Publishing House in Malatya, failed to appear during the six consecutive days of hearings that began Sept. 3. The 70-year-old former general sent the court a 10-day medical excuse from his prison cell.

Initially jailed in 2008 as a suspect in the alleged Ergenkon conspiracy, Tolon was accused of plotting to topple the ruling Justice and Peace Party (AKP) government of Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan. After his release in 2009 due to poor health, he was re-arrested in January 2012 on "serious suspicions of a criminal act."

According to the new indictment, the Zirve murders were part of the so-called Cage Action Plan hatched by military officials trying to undermine the AKP government through assassinations, threats and acts of terror against Turkey’s non-Muslim minorities.

In the initial indictment, state prosecutors demanded three consecutive life sentences for the five killers, all apprehended at the scene of the crime. When the presiding judge questioned them during the September hearings, several of the murder suspects insisted that they had no motive to overthrow the government and had in fact voted for the AKP.

Denying any acquaintance or links with Tolon and the other accused conspirators, defendant Emre Gunaydin declared, “We went on an expedition on behalf of Islam on our own to accomplish this event.”

A judiciary scandal?

Just two days before the Sept. 3 hearings began, Turkish authorities shocked the lawyers for the victims by abruptly replacing the two prosecutors, and two of the three judges, in the case, leaving only one member of the judicial panel familiar with the trial’s massive files: presiding Judge Hayrettin Kisa.

“This has seriously damaged effective progress in the trial,” said Erdal Dogan, a lawyer for one of the victims. In particular, the two prosecutors who had worked on the new indictment for the past 1.5 years, examining the evidence and questioning witnesses and the accused in person, were taken off the case.

“Changing the court prosecutors has had an unbelievably negative impact on the case,” Sahin said. “For six days, the accused suspects made incredible criticisms of the indictment, but the new prosecutor did not utter a single word for the whole six days!”

In response, the Council of Judges and Prosecutors stated that the Justice Ministry’s reassignment of the Malatya prosecutors and judges was a routine transfer, simply following recent legal reforms affecting the status of criminal courts.

But according to Orhan Kemal Cengiz, a lawyer for the victims, “This is a serious and really unacceptable scandal, concerning such a huge case. There are more than 40,000 pages in the attachments to this indictment alone!”

“Is it possible that the AKP government is uncomfortable with the conclusion of this case?” questioned Today’s Zaman columnist Orhan Oguz Gurbuz on Sept. 16. “The government must address these doubts and questions. Otherwise, it will undermine its own legitimacy and the pluralist/democratic identity that it has relied on since the beginning.”

Spying on Christians

After the new indictment was read out in court, six of the accused soldiers testified to what had been going on behind the scenes for at least a year before Necati Aydin, Ugur Yuksel and Tilmann Geske were attacked and killed in their office on April 18, 2007. According to their testimony:

Under the local commander’s direction, the Malatya gendarmerie had been monitoring the handful of Christians in Malatya 24 hours a day, tapping their telephones and paying informers some 60 percent of their intelligence budget to collect data on their activities, sometimes in cooperation with police and secret intelligence officials.

And after the attack, the gendarmerie officers tapped the telephones of the victims’ families, lawyers and judges in the case, and then gave false documents and testimony to manipulate the trial, trying to portray the three murdered Christians as criminals linked with illegal groups like the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK), the soldiers testified.

On the witness stand, the soldiers told Judge Kisa that they refused to accept “any of the accusations” against themselves.

“I was obeying orders conveyed to me within the command-chain hierarchy,” Sgt. Adem Gedik said, defending his illegal surveillance within the Malatya city limits, which fall under jurisdiction of the police force, not the gendarmerie.

Hearings on the case will resume on Nov. 12, when Tolon and the remaining alleged perpetrators are scheduled to testify.


The key suspects include Col. Mehmet Ulger, Malatya’s gendarmerie commander at the time; Ruhi Polat, a theology instructor at the local Inonu University; Maj. Haydar Yesil; and Ilker Cinar, an intelligence agent assigned by military officials to fake his conversion to Christianity, infiltrate the Turkish Protestants and then publicly “reconvert to Islam,” denouncing Christians as a threat to national security.

Among those watching the trial closely are German widow Susanne Geske and her three children, now 18, 16 and 13, who have continued to live in Malatya since her husband was killed in the Zirve office.

"This trial doesn’t change anything for our family," Geske said from Malatya after the suspected perpetrators went on trial. "But it can change things a lot for Turkey.

"It is good for this nation and the whole society finally to learn the real truth," she said, recalling the past decades of cover-ups by Turkish political, military and judicial officials "trying their best to hide the truth."
 



E Nel Culo del Vostro satanAllah, Che, Voi avete i vostri Nascosto Diritti Gestiti Umani! il Vostro? non puo Essere il mio Islam santo! Gli autori di Turchia 'Malatya Massacre' messo sotto processoAvvocati delle vittime Erdal Dogan (a sinistra) e Orhan Kemal Cengiz sui gradini del palazzo di giustizia Malatya, in una foto 2010.Avvocati delle vittime Erdal Dogan (a sinistra) e Orhan Kemal Cengiz sui gradini del palazzo di giustizia Malatya, in una foto 2010. (Foto: Open Doors Notizie)Funzionari delle forze armate accusati di aver architettato l'attacco, la manipolazione indagine.Istanbul, 19 settembre (Open Doors Notizie) -Diciannove sospetta accusato di incitare i brutali omicidi 2007 di tre cristiani in Turchia orientale è andato sotto processo davanti alla Corte Terza Penale di Malatya ai primi di settembre.
 
Con l'accettazione del tribunale nel mese di giugno di un atto d'accusa terzo caso, noto come il "Massacro Malatya" nei media turchi, le accuse nei confronti dei funzionari militari in primo luogo sono stati finalmente resi pubblici.
 
"Questa accusa fornisce la prima prova solida che le nostre autorità militari ufficialmente assegnati i sospetti nome di monitorare e attaccare i cristiani a Malatya," Umut Sahin dal comitato legale dell'Associazione turca delle chiese evangeliche ha detto Apri Notizie Doors.
 
Turchia mappaIl nuovo 761-pagina di accusa sostiene che l'attacco da cinque assassini giovani accoltellati, torturati e tagliare la gola di due turchi e un cittadino tedesco nel loro ufficio Malatya era stato ideato da un generale in pensione della Turchia 1 Corpo d'Armata e ultranazionalisti ufficiali militari nella gendarmeria Malatya. La gendarmeria è una legge-applicazione del braccio delle forze armate, ha giurisdizione al di fuori delle città della Turchia e paesi.
 
Ret. Gen. Hursit Tolon, che è stato nominato come il primo sospettato dietro le uccisioni, il cristiano casa editrice Zirve a Malatya, non si è presentato durante i sei giorni consecutivi di audizioni che ha avuto inizio il 3 settembre. Il 70-year-old ex generale ha presentato al Tribunale di 10 giorni scusa medico dalla sua cella.
 
Inizialmente imprigionato nel 2008 come un sospetto nella cospirazione Ergenkon presunta, Tolon è stato accusato di aver complottato per rovesciare il governo Giustizia e Pace (AKP) governo del primo ministro Recep Tayyip Erdogan. Dopo il suo rilascio nel 2009 per problemi di salute, è stato nuovamente arrestato nel gennaio 2012 su "gravi sospetti di un atto criminale".
 
Secondo la nuova accusa, gli omicidi Zirve facevano parte del cosiddetto piano d'azione Cage ordito da funzionari militari che cercano di minare il governo dell'AKP attraverso omicidi, minacce ed atti di terrore contro la Turchia le minoranze non musulmane.
 
Nella requisitoria iniziale, procuratori chiesto tre ergastoli consecutivi per i cinque assassini, tutti fermati sulla scena del crimine. Quando il presidente li interrogò nel corso delle audizioni settembre, diversi per l'omicidio sospetta insistito sul fatto che non avevano motivo di rovesciare il governo e aveva infatti votato per l'Akp.
 
Negare qualsiasi conoscente o legami con Tolon e gli altri cospiratori accusati, convenuta Emre Gunaydin ha dichiarato, "Siamo andati in una spedizione in nome dell'Islam in proprio per realizzare questo evento."
 
Uno scandalo giudiziario?
 
Appena due giorni prima delle 3 udienze settembre ha iniziato, le autorità turche scioccato gli avvocati per le vittime bruscamente in sostituzione dei due pubblici ministeri, e due dei tre giudici, nel caso, lasciando solo un membro del giurisdizionale familiarità con massiccio del trial File: Presidente Hayrettin Kisa.
 
"Questo ha seriamente danneggiato effettivo progresso nel processo", ha detto Erdal Dogan, un avvocato di una delle vittime. In particolare, i due pubblici ministeri che avevano lavorato sul nuovo rinvio a giudizio per gli ultimi 1,5 anni, esaminando le prove e interrogando testimoni e l'imputato di persona, sono stati ritirati dal caso.
 
"Modifica delle procuratori giudice ha avuto un impatto incredibilmente negativo sul caso", ha detto Sahin. "Per sei giorni, i sospetti accusati fatto critiche incredibili le accuse, ma il procuratore nuovo non disse una parola per tutti e sei giorni!"
 
In risposta, il Consiglio della magistratura ha dichiarato che riassegnazione del Ministero della Giustizia di Malatya i pubblici ministeri e giudici è stato un trasferimento di routine, è sufficiente dopo i recenti riforme legislative che interessano lo stato dei tribunali penali.
 
Ma secondo Orhan Kemal Cengiz, un avvocato per le vittime, "Questo è un grave scandalo e davvero inaccettabile, per quanto riguarda un caso enorme. Ci sono più di 40.000 pagine gli allegati al presente atto d accusa da sola! "
 
"E 'possibile che il governo dell'AKP è a disagio con la conclusione di questo caso?" Interrogato oggi Zaman editorialista Orhan Oguz Gurbuz il 16 settembre. "Il governo deve affrontare questi dubbi e domande. In caso contrario, metterà a repentaglio la propria legittimità e il pluralista / identità democratica, che si è affidata alla fin dall'inizio. "
 
Spiare i cristiani
 
Dopo l'atto d'accusa è stato letto nuovo in tribunale, sei dei soldati accusati testimoniato ciò che era in corso dietro le quinte per almeno un anno prima Necati Aydin, Ugur Yuksel e Tilmann Geske sono stati attaccati e uccisi nel loro ufficio il 18 aprile, 2007. Secondo la loro testimonianza:
 
Sotto la direzione del comandante locale, la gendarmeria Malatya era stato il monitoraggio del gruppo di cristiani a Malatya 24 ore al giorno, toccando i loro telefoni e pagare informatori circa il 60 per cento del loro bilancio intelligenza per raccogliere i dati sulle loro attività, anche in collaborazione con la polizia e il segreto funzionari di intelligence.
 
E dopo l'attacco, gli ufficiali della gendarmeria sfruttato i telefoni delle famiglie delle vittime, avvocati e giudici, nel caso, e poi ha dato documenti falsi e testimonianze di manipolare il processo, si cerca di rappresentare i cristiani assassinati tre come criminali collegati con gruppi illegali come Party (PKK) dei lavoratori del Kurdistan ', i soldati testimoniato.
 
Sul banco dei testimoni, i soldati disse al giudice Kisa che si sono rifiutati di accettare "qualsiasi delle accuse" contro se stessi.
 
"Stavo obbedendo agli ordini trasmessi a me all'interno del comando a catena gerarchica," Sgt.. Adem Gedik ha detto, difendendo la sua sorveglianza illecita ai confini della città di Malatya, che rientrano sotto la giurisdizione delle forze di polizia, non la gendarmeria.
 
Audizioni sul caso riprenderà il 12 novembre, quando Tolon e gli autori presunti restanti sono in programma a testimoniare.
I sospetti principali includono Col. Mehmet Ulger, Malatya di gendarmeria comandante in quel momento; Ruhi Polat, un istruttore di teologia presso la locale Università Inonu; Maj Haydar Yesil e Ilker Cinar, un agente dei servizi segreti assegnato da funzionari militari per simulare la sua conversione al cristianesimo , infiltrano i protestanti turchi e poi pubblicamente "riconvertire all'Islam", denunciando i cristiani come una minaccia alla sicurezza nazionale.
 
Tra chi guarda da vicino il processo sono il tedesco Susanne Geske vedova ei suoi tre figli, ora 18, 16 e 13, che hanno continuato a vivere in Malatya da quando suo marito è stato ucciso in ufficio Zirve.
 
"Questo processo non cambia nulla per la nostra famiglia", ha detto a Malatya Geske dopo i presunti responsabili finiti sotto processo. "Ma si può cambiare le cose molto per la Turchia.
 
"E 'un bene per questa nazione e l'intera società, infine, di conoscere la verità vera", ha detto, ricordando gli ultimi decenni di cover-up da turchi funzionari politici, militari e giudiziarie "facendo del loro meglio per nascondere la verità."