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“13 arrested on implications of violent actions in Maan, Jordan”, Al-Watn (Jordan), 3rd June 2013

اعتقال 13 متورطا بأعمال العنف في معان

 03/06/2013 14:58:15
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‎ اعتقلت الأجهزة الأمنية ظهر اليوم الإثنين 13 متورطا بأحداث العنف التي وقعت في مدينة معان في الفترة الأخيرة على خلفية مقتل اثنين من أبناء معان خلال مطاردة أمنية لخلية متورطة بمقتل الملازم أيمن المقدادي.

‎وأكد مصدر أمني أن المعتقلين لا زالوا قيد الاشتباه بهم وسيتم احالتهم الى التحقيق متوقعا أن يتم احالتهم الى محكمة أمن الدولة للنظر في قضيتهم .

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Translation

13 arrested on implications of violent actions in Maan (Jordan)

 03/06/2013 14:58:15
(Nation News)

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Security services arrested 13 on Monday afternoon involved in violent events that occurred in the city of Maan against the backdrop of the killing of two son of Maan during the hunt for a cell involved in the killing of Lt. Ayman Mikdadi.

A security source confirmed that the arrested are still suspected and will be brought to the investigation that is expected to be considered by the State Security Court.

Translated by Robert Forster

Original article from al-Watn.

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“Russia plans to supply Syria with anti-aircraft missiles”, Al-Wafd (Egypt), 28th May 2013

‎ روسيا تعتزم تزويد سوريا بصواريخ مضادة للطائرات

S-300 missiles, (al-wafd)
الثلاثاء , 28 مايو 2013 17:11

‎أعلنت روسيا عزمها المضى قدما فى تزويد سوريا بصواريخ إس -300 المضادة للطائرات، وذلك للمساعدة فى ردع التدخل الأجنبى.

‎ونقلت هيئة الإذاعة البريطانية (بى بى سى) اليوم الثلاثاء عن نائب وزير الخارجية الروسى سيرجى ريابكوف قوله إن الصواريخ تعد “عامل استقرار” يمكن أن يثنى من اسماهم ب “المتهورين” من خوض الصراع .

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وقد استنكر ريابكوف قرار الاتحاد الأوروبى رفع الحظر المفروض على الأسلحة فى سوريا، ما سيسمح للدول الأعضاء بالاتحاد بتزويد مقاتلى المعارضة السورية بالسلاح، معتبرا أن هذا سيضر بشكل مباشر بفرص عقد المؤتمر الدولى للسلام عن سوريا.
‎اقرأ المقال الأصلي علي بوابة الوفد الاليكترونية

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Translation

“Russia plans to supply Syria with anti-aircraft missiles”

Al-Wafd, 28th May 2013

Tuesday, 28th May 2013, 17.11pm

Russia announced its determination to move forward in supplying Syria with S-300 anti-aircraft missiles, thereby helping in deterring foreign intervention.

The BBC quoted on Tuesday, the Russian Deputy Minister of Exterior, Sergei Ryabkov, who said that the rockets were “a factor of stability” to dissuade what he called “reckless” contestation of the conflict.

Ryabkov had condemned the European Union decision refusing the ban imposed on arms in Syria, what would allow the EU member states to supply Syrian opposition fighters with arms, considering that this directly hurt the chances of holding an international conference for peace about Syria.

Translated by Robert Forster.

Article from al-Wafd.

“Security Expert: Israel behind the construction of the Ethiopian Renaissance Dam to embarrass Egypt”, Al-Shourouk (Egypt), 28th May 2013

خبير أمني: إسرائيل وراء بناء سد النهضة الإثيوبى لإحراج مصر

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Renaissance Dam (Open source image)

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نشر فى : الثلاثاء 28 مايو 2013 – 2:00 م 
آخر تحديث : الثلاثاء 28 مايو 2013 – 2:00 م
‎- هدير الحضري

‎قال اللواء عبد الحميد عمران، الخبير الأمنى والمحلل الاستراتيجى، إن إسرائيل وراء عملية بناء سد النهضة الإثيوبي؛ لأنها ترغب أن تضع مصر فى وضع وصفه بـ«الحرج».

‎وأضاف عمران، فى تصريحات خاصّة لـ«الشروق»، اليوم الثلاثاء، أن إنشاء السد ينتج عنه عجز كبير فى المياه عجز إلى مصر والدول الإفريقية المتضررة، وهو ما جعله يؤكد على ضرورة اللجوء إلى المحكمة الدولية لحل المسالة، حيث إنه من الصعب القيام بأعمال عنف داخل إثيوبيا لإيقاف عملية بناء السد.

‎يذكر أن دولة إثيوبيا بدأت اليوم عملية تغيير مجرى النيل الأزرق من أجل بناء سد النهضة عليه.

http://www.shorouknews.com/news/view.aspx?cdate=28052013&id=3c81a6f5-9840-46d4-b00e-41a91323f83d

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Translation

Security Expert: Israel behind the construction of the Ethiopian Renaissance Dam to embarrass Egypt

Published: Tuesday, 28 May 2013, 14.00; Other updates: Tuesday, 28 May 2013, 14.00
– Hadir al Hadrii

The security expert and strategic analyst, Major General Abdul Hamid Amran, said that Israel is behind the construction work of the Ethiopian Renaissance dam, wanting to put Egypt in a situation described as critical.

Amran added, in statements exclusive to “Shourouk” on Tuesday, that the dam will create a water deficit in Egypt and other countries affected, which will make it necessary to find recourse in the international courts to find a solution, as it is difficult to carry out acts of violence inside Ethiopia to stop the building of the dam.

He mentions that the country Ethiopia began today the progress of changing the course of the Blue Nile in order to build the Renaissance dam.

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Comments:

Damming the Nile has been a contentious issue for Egypt since the well-being of the Nile is crucial to the country’s survival and it has formed the backbone for civilization for thousands of years.

Ethiopia is moving at a strategic time given the inherently chaotic political situation that Egypt still faces in the Post-Arab spring. Constant changes in high-level government positions and a large section of the population upset with the Muslim Brotherhood’s current place in government, makes the chance for retaliation small in the near future. This aspect being alluded to in the article.

Previously, however, Egypt has gone to extreme lengths to prevent the damming of the Nile, including the funding of Eritrean rebel’s to sabotage projects in their former colonizer, Ethiopia.

The possible effects on the politics of the country could be interesting, as the military may attempt to use Ethiopian actions to revive nationalist sentiment. Evidence of such is seen here: with the indication that Israel, despite the peace treaty, is behind such heinous actions towards the state of Egypt. This could be useful to direct attention away from the domestic sphere, but how effective this strategy will be will be fascinating to see in the future. The majority of articles on the internet seem to admit that the Renaissance Dam will simply be a fact that Egypt has to reckon with and Ethiopia has stated on several occasions that the Dam will not damage the livelihood of the Egyptian people.

The water problem in the Middle East, especially in the Gulf and North Africa, is, however, a serious security matter and as former General Secretary of the United Nations, Petrus Petrus Ghali said, future wars in the Middle East may be fought on the ground of water security rather than political reasons.