Gaddafi 'offers' to step away as his people display racist and anti-semetic cartoons
Published June 19th, 2011 - 12:36 GMT
Gaddafi protests turn farcical while France makes a farce of the burqa ban; over to Lebanon and its new cabinet, competition for jobs and its contribution to the most influential people in the Arab world.
PROTESTERS IN LIBYA DISPLAY RACIST AND ANTI-SEMITIC CARTOONS….SEE NOTE PLEASE AND SEE THE CARTOONS
‘Funny’ Anti-Gaddafi Cartoons Reveal Rebel Racism, Anti-Semitism
"Gaddafi’s eastern Libyan opponents have been flouting their prejudice in full view of the world’s media with little to no response.
WHY OH WHY IS ANYONE STILL SURPRISED ?…THERE IS A LEGACY OF VIRAL ANTI-SEMITISM IN THE ARAB/MOSLEM WORLD SINCE THE TIME OF THE PROPHET….IT IS ALL LAID OUT IN ANDREW BOSTOM’S ” THE LEGACY OF ISLAMIC ANTI-SEMITISM”….DO WE NEED CRIB NOTES OR A CLASSIC COMIC FOR COMMENTATORS TO COME TO GRIPS WITH THIS FACT?…."
"France’s burka ban descended into farce when the first women to be summoned before a European court for illegally wearing the garments were refused entry, because they would not remove their face coverings."
Lebanese top most influential people in the Arab world
"More powerful and influential people in the Arab world, trace their roots to Lebanon than any other country in the world, the Arabian Business Power 500 revealed.
Despite just 27 power players residing in the Arab state, the rankings show that 83 entries – or nearly 17 percent – originate from Lebanon."
"Anyone who knows anything about Lebanon knows that finding a job here is more about who you know than what you know (as cliche as that sounds, it’s the truth). Which makes it difficult for people from abroad, even those of Lebanese origin, to find a job…when there are literally thousands of highly qualified, born and bred, Lebanese applicants who can’t seem to find work.."