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Iranian critics name films by Israeli, Jewish directors as top 2019 movies
Forty-two Iranian film critics participated in the poll conducted by Cine Eye, an online film magazine edited by Iranian critic Parviz Jahed.

www.jpost.com/Israel-News/Iranian-cri...

While diplomatic relations between Israel and Iran are nonexistent, there are signs that in the cultural arena, relations may be thawing, as Iranian film critics selected films by directors who are Israeli, married to Israelis or Jewish among their top movies of 2019.
Forty-two Iranian film critics participated in the poll conducted by Cine Eye, an online film magazine edited by Iranian critic Parviz Jahed.
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While Martin Scorsese’s The Irishman took the top spot, Israeli director Nadav Lapid’s Synonyms was in 11th place. Synonyms, which won the Golden Bear at the Berlin Film Festival in 2019, tells the story of an alienated Israeli who moves to Paris and tries to become French. The Iranian critics listed it as a French film – and while several of its producers are French, it is listed in the Internet Movie Database as a French/German/Israeli co-production.
In addition to writer/director Lapid, its co-writer, Haim Lapid, its star, Tom Mercier, and many of its actors, crew and producers are Israeli. It features a character singing the Israeli national anthem, “Hatikvah” – albeit in an anguished, cynical rendition – and getting a security job at the Israeli embassy.
Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time... in Hollywood was named third on the list. Tarantino is married to Israeli singer/actress Daniella Pick and has spent significant amounts of time in Israel this past year. Upon winning the Best Screenplay Golden Globe Awards on Sunday night in Los Angeles, he thanked “my wife who’s watching from Tel Aviv, who’s pregnant with my very first child,” then switched to Hebrew to say, “Toda, geveret,” Hebrew for “Thanks, Mrs.”
Fourth place on the list went to Marriage Story by Noah Baumbach, who is Jewish on his father’s side. The film stars Scarlett Johansson, a Jewish actress who recently told British tabloid The Daily Mail that she has experienced antisemitism. Johansson is the global brand ambassador for the Israeli company SodaStream.
In November, Ashmina, a movie by Israeli director Dekel Berenson, won a prize in a short film festival in Tehran – although it was listed as a Nepali film, since it is set in Nepal.
rationeel
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NPO2 De puinhopen van Irak
Vandaag 23:20 • VPRO • 26 min
Sakir Khader groeide op in twee werelden: Vlaardingen en Palestina. Sakirs opa noemde Irak het paradijs van de Arabieren. Wat is er waar van het paradijs dat hij voor ogen had?

www.npostart.nl/de-puinhopen-van-irak...
NewKidInTown
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De puinhopen van Frankrijk:

"France, The "Budding Islamic Republic""

"Not a month goes by... without a murderous attack with the cry of 'Allahu Akbar' taking place on our soil.... But what is the point of fighting the effects of Islamism if we do not tackle the origins of this ideology of death? On that front, however, denial continues to compete with naiveté. Nothing has changed in the last five years. On the contrary.

"In the name of diversity, non-discrimination and human rights, France has accepted a number of blows to its culture and history... Islamists are a hot-button issue. They continue the fight which, even without weapons, has all the allure of a war of civilizations. Is the famous 'Charlie spirit', which some people thought was blowing after the January 2015 attacks, just an illusion?""

www.zerohedge.com/political/france-bu...
luchtschip
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Kopstuk ISIS gearresteerd in Mosul, Iraq

A big ISIS head is arrested in #Mosul.

Shifaa Al-Nima was an ISIS mufti and the 2nd justice figure after Abu Ayoob


Latest photos for #ISIS Mufti. He was the strongest supporter of demolishing Mosul heritage. He used to give the Friday Sermon in my neighborhood. He cheered up in the very Friday after the blowing of Prophet Jonah Mosque in the early days of their invasion.
pbs.twimg.com/media/EObsXDoWsAcZtxD?f...

pbs.twimg.com/media/EObsXUpWsAwdI8n?f...

twitter.com/AliBaroodi/status/1217920...

Gezien zijn lichaam omvang had hij geen mogelijkheid hard weg te lopen tijdens de arrestatie


He was also one of the biggest heads who gave fatwas to execute, enslave,confiscate, and do all the filthy deeds of their followers.
Abu Ayoob, the supreme mufti, was droned in Western Mosul during the battle to retake the city from ISIS.
twitter.com/AliBaroodi/status/1217922...

Unconfirmed news say SWAT raided the house where he was hiding in Mansoor nhood, W Mosul.
I wish you all the justice in the world for all the crimes you gave the execuse to commit. Many families will cheer up tonight, but that unfortunately will not bring their beloved back.
twitter.com/AliBaroodi/status/1217923...

luchtschip
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41 Syrische jihadisten (al Qaeda) via Libya naar Europa gegaan middels smokkelaars.

Turkye helpt het GNA leger in Libië om Tripoli te verdedigen tegen kolonel Haftar.

Turkye heeft ca 2.000 Syrische Jihadisten geronseld om in Syrie te vechten.

Volgens een LNA woordvoerder zouden er 41 gedefecteerd zijn en via smokkelaars naar Europa gevlucht richting Italie.

#BREAKING: According to #Libya National Army Spokesman, 41 of the 2,000 #Syrian Jihadists who have recently been sent to #Tripoli by #Turkey have defected to #EU using #GNA's human traffickers. Highly possible, they carry-out terrorist attacks in #EU countries such as #Italy!

twitter.com/BabakTaghvaee/status/1218...





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IRAN

According to a 2008 British WikiLeaks dispatch, Iran’s mullah regime executed “between 4,000 and 6,000 gays and lesbians” since the Islamic Revolution in 1979.
“Iran is not only the most dangerous threat to Israel’s security, it is also a champion in the state murder of actual or perceived homosexuals,” said Volker Beck, a German Party Green Party politician and a lecturer at the Center for Studies in Religious Sciences (CERES) at the Ruhr University in Bochum. “It would be desirable for the federal government to make Iran’s human rights violations more of an issue.”

www.jpost.com/Middle-East/Iran-public...
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IRAK

Iraqi journalists are speaking out against government failures to respond to waves of life-threatening attacks on the press for simply conducting their job.

Reporters believe the importance of highlighting their plight and the dangers they face, although risky, will be the only way to bring about changes to the system.

Four journalists have been killed since the start of the demonstrations in early October and dozens have been targeted and silenced for their coverage, according to press freedom and human rights groups.

Among them were Ahmad Abdelsamad, a 39-year-old correspondent for local television station Dijla, and his cameraman Safaa Ghali. They were shot dead by unknown gunmen for covering the government’s crackdown on demonstrators in the southern city of Basra.

Their assassination has drawn widespread condemnation of the government’s failure to provide protection for journalists whose reporting asks questions of the Iraqi elite and its backers.
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“I used my sources on the ground to get videos showcasing the violence against protesters, the coverage made the government and allied political entities upset and the attacks started,” Mr Nabil told The National.

The Iraqi reporter said the attacks started after the Iranian News Agency Fars accused him of being a CIA agent “that is plotting to rid Iraq of Iranian influence”.

“Their public article was followed by orchestrated videos and sponsored Facebook advertisements that targeted me and other journalists."

Mr Nabil believes the attacks and smear campaigns are conducted by “electronic troll armies that belong to Iranian backed militias and political parties in Iraq”.

Tensions between Washington and Tehran has recently heightened following the US killing of an Iranian commander Qassem Suleimani.

The strike also killed top Iraqi paramilitary commander Abu Mahdi Al Muhandis, deputy head of the Hashed Al Shaabi military network, which is dominated by pro-Iran factions.

“Some of the threats carry with them pictures of the sender guarding the likes of Qassem Suleimani and others, in an indication of their power and ability to silence any journalist willing to expose the truth,” he said.

Many journalists have fled Iraq seeking safety elsewhere.

“For my personal safety, I am reporting from outside the country, I have been threatened that I will be killed immediately upon my return to the country,” Mr Nabil said.

The government has done nothing to offer and provide protection for media personnel.

Mr Nabil claims that entities connected to the government continue to attack journalists and bloggers on TV channels “without any preventive actions from the Iraqi authorities”.

It has led Al Hurra news station, which is a non-profit corporation financed by the US government, to scale down its operations in Baghdad due to security concerns.

The news station believes that the Iran-backed Iraqi militia commander Qais Al Khazali has issued documented threats against its staff.

“Al Hurra has been a very caring and supportive channel, they review any threats against the staff and take everything very seriously without leaving staff safety to any chance,” Mr Nabil said.

The network said it will review its Baghdad field operations when the security situation improves and Iraqi journalists can “practice without fear and threats.”

The Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) have launched campaigns to draw attention to the issue and to press Iraqi authorities to hold those who are threatening journalists to account.

“Journalists should not be used as pawns in the political game,” Ignacio Miguel Delgado, CPJ's Middle East and North Africa representative, told The National.

Mr Delgado said the CPJ is aware that local journalists are receiving threats for either covering or supporting the protests.

“The feeling of insecurity, especially on the first weeks of the protests, was widespread and forced many of them to leave Baghdad for safer destinations inside and outside Iraq. In some instances, journalists and researchers have been the target of online smear campaigns accusing them of working for foreign powers,” he said.
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Iran-backed Iraqi militias' war against press freedom
Plight of Iraqi journalists facing life threatening attacks for coverage of anti-government protests

Anti-government protesters stage a sit-in while security forces stand guard during ongoing protests in downtown Baghdad, Iraq. AP Photo
Iraqi journalists are speaking out against government failures to respond to waves of life-threatening attacks on the press for simply conducting their job.

Reporters believe the importance of highlighting their plight and the dangers they face, although risky, will be the only way to bring about changes to the system.

Four journalists have been killed since the start of the demonstrations in early October and dozens have been targeted and silenced for their coverage, according to press freedom and human rights groups.

Among them were Ahmad Abdelsamad, a 39-year-old correspondent for local television station Dijla, and his cameraman Safaa Ghali. They were shot dead by unknown gunmen for covering the government’s crackdown on demonstrators in the southern city of Basra.

Their assassination has drawn widespread condemnation of the government’s failure to provide protection for journalists whose reporting asks questions of the Iraqi elite and its backers.

Protesters chant slogans during an anti-government demonstration, also calling for freedom of the press, in the southern Iraqi city of Basra. AFP
During the last few years, various television and radio stations have come under attack, while political groups have been pressuring reporters and threats and intimidation has become part of their daily lives.

Angry Iraqis are demanding an overhaul of a political system they see as corrupt amid escalating US-Iran tensions.

The plight of Iraqi journalists has become apparent as the press continues to challenges the country’s political elite to answer to demonstrator's demands.

Iraqi reporters told The National of the daily challenges they face in the quest to provide in-depth coverage.

Steven Nabil, one of Iraq’s well-known journalists, who currently works for Al Hurra, has faced intimidation, death threats and harassment after authorities blocked off internet access in the face of protests.


“I used my sources on the ground to get videos showcasing the violence against protesters, the coverage made the government and allied political entities upset and the attacks started,” Mr Nabil told The National.

The Iraqi reporter said the attacks started after the Iranian News Agency Fars accused him of being a CIA agent “that is plotting to rid Iraq of Iranian influence”.

“Their public article was followed by orchestrated videos and sponsored Facebook advertisements that targeted me and other journalists."

Mr Nabil believes the attacks and smear campaigns are conducted by “electronic troll armies that belong to Iranian backed militias and political parties in Iraq”.

Iraqi mourners carry the coffin of a protester and citizen journalist, who was killed during a demonstrations the previous day in Baghdad, during his funerary procession in the central holy Shiite shrine city of Najaf on December 7, 2019. AFP
Iraqi mourners carry the coffin of a protester and citizen journalist, who was killed during a demonstrations the previous day in Baghdad, during his funerary procession in the central holy Shiite shrine city of Najaf on December 7, 2019. AFP
Tensions between Washington and Tehran has recently heightened following the US killing of an Iranian commander Qassem Suleimani.

The strike also killed top Iraqi paramilitary commander Abu Mahdi Al Muhandis, deputy head of the Hashed Al Shaabi military network, which is dominated by pro-Iran factions.

“Some of the threats carry with them pictures of the sender guarding the likes of Qassem Suleimani and others, in an indication of their power and ability to silence any journalist willing to expose the truth,” he said.

Many journalists have fled Iraq seeking safety elsewhere.

“For my personal safety, I am reporting from outside the country, I have been threatened that I will be killed immediately upon my return to the country,” Mr Nabil said.

The government has done nothing to offer and provide protection for media personnel.

Mr Nabil claims that entities connected to the government continue to attack journalists and bloggers on TV channels “without any preventive actions from the Iraqi authorities”.

It has led Al Hurra news station, which is a non-profit corporation financed by the US government, to scale down its operations in Baghdad due to security concerns.

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The news station believes that the Iran-backed Iraqi militia commander Qais Al Khazali has issued documented threats against its staff.

“Al Hurra has been a very caring and supportive channel, they review any threats against the staff and take everything very seriously without leaving staff safety to any chance,” Mr Nabil said.

The network said it will review its Baghdad field operations when the security situation improves and Iraqi journalists can “practice without fear and threats.”

The Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) have launched campaigns to draw attention to the issue and to press Iraqi authorities to hold those who are threatening journalists to account.

“Journalists should not be used as pawns in the political game,” Ignacio Miguel Delgado, CPJ's Middle East and North Africa representative, told The National.

Mr Delgado said the CPJ is aware that local journalists are receiving threats for either covering or supporting the protests.

“The feeling of insecurity, especially on the first weeks of the protests, was widespread and forced many of them to leave Baghdad for safer destinations inside and outside Iraq. In some instances, journalists and researchers have been the target of online smear campaigns accusing them of working for foreign powers,” he said.


“In Iraq, nobody has ever been prosecuted for crimes against journalists,” Mr Delgado said.

Various reporters have come under attack for simply taking sides, an Iraqi journalist, who choose to remain anonymous for security reasons, told The National.

“We stayed away from Tahrir Square during the first few weeks of the protests because those that cover the protests were targeted by the Iranian-backed militias,” the reporter said.

Although the government has announced it will open investigations into the killing of reporters, little has been done to bring the perpetrators to justice, the reporter said.

“A foreign reporter came under attack for covering the first few days of the protests, he fainted in Tahrir Square after getting hit on the head and was taken to the nearest hospital,” said the journalist.

Lack of press freedom in Iraq will result in a negative evaluation of democratic freedoms in the country, said Ali Al Bayati, a member of Iraq’s Independent High Commission for Human Rights.

“The government must protect and guarantee a safety net for their [media] work as part of its democratic landscape,” Mr Al Bayati told The National.

Iraq is currently ranked near the bottom of Reporters Without Borders’ (RSF) media freedom index.

It owes its current ranking of 156 out of 180 countries to routine attacks, arbitrary detentions and intimidation of journalists by militias and pro-government groups, according to RSF.

Updated: January 20, 2020 06:52 PM

www.thenational.ae/world/mena/iran-ba...
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De puinhopen van Irak

Diepe wonden, kleine pleisters
Do 16 jan 23:15 • VPRO • 26 min
Door de opeenstapeling van conflicten na de val van Saddam Hoessein zijn generaties Irakezen uitgeput en beschadigd geraakt. Sakir Khader onderzoekt in Anbar en Bagdad of de pijn ooit zal verdwijnen.

www.npostart.nl/de-puinhopen-van-irak...
haas
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dat gebeurt hier ook: kan er voorbeelden van noemen uit de praktijk:
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De VS wil het 'geboortetoerisme' gaan
inperken.Het gaat dan om vrouwen die
speciaal naar de VS reizen om daar te
bevallen,zodat hun kind de Amerikaanse
nationaliteit heeft.Er zijn reisbureaus
die hierin gespecialiseerd zijn.

Het Witte Huis spreekt van "een enorme
maas in de immigratiewet" en scherpt
daarom de visumvoorwaarden aan.Vrouwen
die alleen voor een bevalling lijken te
komen,krijgen geen visum meer.

Zwangere vrouwen die kunnen aantonen
dat ze voor bijvoorbeeld een zakenreis
of familiebezoek komen,zijn wel welkom.
Vrouwen uit visumvrije landen zoals
Nederland vallen buiten de regeling.
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