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      June 5, 2011After 21 hearings, Chris O'Donnell, the Australian chief executive of Dubai's major developer, Nakheel, came to the defence of his former colleagues Matthew Joyce and Marcus Lee. Mr Joyce and Mr Lee are accused of profiting from the sale of land that had been earmarked for a colossal high-rise development, which was to include the futur […]
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      Dubai June 7, 2011 Nakheel said on Wednesday that its CEO Chris O'Donnell had left the company "after completing his contract terms". O'Donnell, an Australian who joined the developer in 2006, said he had decided to leave Nakheel following five years spent with the company, the statement added. O'Donnell has overseen a traumatic time […]
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      Dubai property developer Damac said on Tuesday it had filed an international arbitration case against Egypt over a land dispute and the conviction of its chairman and owner, Hussain Sajwani.A Cairo court last week sentenced Sajwani in his absence to jail and ordered him to pay a $40.5 million fine in connection with his 2006 purchase of land at Egypt's […]
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      Investors in Dubai Palm Jumeirah’s Golden Mile complex will this week serve the developer behind the project with a legal ultimatum to hand over their units or issue them with a refund.Up to ten investors in the luxury complex plan to issue Souq Residences with legal notice in a bid to force a resolution to a dispute that has been ongoing for more than a yea […]
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Damac facing corruption charges in Egypt

Posted by 7starsdubai on March 26, 2011


UAE – Egypt March 2011  source ahramonline Egypt

Six prominent businessmen facing corruption charges in Egypt have offered to make financial reparations totalling some LE2.375bn, with one pledging to return five million square metres of land on the country’s northern coast he is alleged to have gained illegally.

The men – Ahmed Ezz, Mounir Ghabbour, Hisham Al-Hathek, Hussein Sajwani, Mohamed Abul-Enein and UAE businessmen Omar Al-Futtaim – made these offers during investigations into their business activities carried out by Ali Hawary, the Attorney General for public fund prosecution.

Former secretary of the National Democratic Party Ahmed Ezz offered to pay LE1bn, representing the value of shares seized by his Suez Steel Company in violation of trading regulations.

UAE businessman Omar Al Futtaim suggested paying LE1bn to cover the difference between the sum he paid for a plot of land in a deal with the former Minster of Housing Ahmed Al-Maghrabi, and the actual market value of the land, which was much higher.

Hussein Sajwani, Chairman of DAMAC Properties, pledged to pay LE150m representing the value of land allocated to him by Zuhair Garana, Egypt’s former tourism minister. Hisham Al-Hathek offered to pay LE150m as reparation for his involvement in the same case.

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Libyan woman said forces loyal to Gadhafi detained her at a checkpoint Tripoli and raped her

Posted by 7starsdubai on March 26, 2011


Libya  March 26, 2011

A distressed Libyan woman made a desperate plea for help on Saturday, slipping into a Tripoli hotel full of foreign journalists to show bruises and scars she said had been inflicted on her by Muammar Gaddafi’s militiamen.

The woman, Iman al-Obeidi, said forces loyal to Moammar Gadhafi detained her at a checkpoint in the Libyan capital and raped her.
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Posted in Gadaffi, Gaddafi Regime, Human Rights, Iman al-Obeidi, Libya, Libya Torture, Middle East Democracy Crackdown, Rape Victim Libya, Saif al Islam Gadaffi, Torture Libya, Unrest Middle East | Tagged: , , , , , | Comments Off on Libyan woman said forces loyal to Gadhafi detained her at a checkpoint Tripoli and raped her

UAE send 12 Jets to help enforce the no-fly zone over Libya

Posted by 7starsdubai on March 26, 2011


ABU DHABI March 26, 2011  source The National

The UAE will send six Mirage and six F-16 fighter jets to the country, according to a statement released yesterday by Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed, the Minister of Foreign Affairs.

The move isthe biggest military contribution yet by an Arab country to the operation, which is the most serious challenge to Col Qaddafi’s four-decade rule.

Sheikh Abdullah said the decision was an extension of the UAE’s commitment to humanitarian operations in Libya.

“As an extension of those humanitarian operations the UAE Air Force has committed six F-16 and six Mirage aircraft to participate in the patrols that will enforce the no-fly zone now established over Libya,” he said.

 

 

A UN Security Council resolution issued last week authorised the use of military force to enforce a no-fly zone and “all necessary measures” short of a ground invasion of Libya to protect civilians, as fears grew of an imminent onslaught by pro-Qaddafi forces on rebel-held cities.

Arab support was seen as crucial to the operation to underscore the coalition and cast it as a truly international effort, not a western intervention that could be used as a propaganda tool by Col Qaddafi.

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Investors in one of Palm Jumeirah’s developments formed a group to advocate for their interests

Posted by 7starsdubai on March 22, 2011


DUBAI // Investors in one of Palm Jumeirah’s biggest developments say they have been left out in the cold by a Dh1 billion (US$272.3 million) legal dispute between Souq Residences, the company behind the project and Nakheel, which built the group of islands.

The investors in the Golden Mile who recently formed a group to advocate for their interests say they have yet to move in six years after the project’s launch, even though construction has been completed and they have paid in full for their properties.

“We’ve had immense difficulty,” said Suhail Rehman, one of the investors. “People have lost two years of rent on fully paid-up assets.”

“We’re being reminded of this by cases against some of the government and private developers. It’s not just a matter of finances but also of putting a legal system in place to handle these disputes.”

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Deadly crackdown on Bahrain protesters

Posted by 7starsdubai on March 16, 2011


Al Jazeera

It was not immediately clear if Wednesday’s security crackdown involved Saudi troops.

Syed Al Alawi, a witness, told Al Jazeera that troops were surrounding the Salmania hospital and not allowing doctors and nurses to enter.

Calling for help, Alawi said: “The GCC troops are for fighting against foreign forces, instead they are targeting the people of Bahrain. What’s our fault, we are asking for our legitimate rights.”

At least 500 protesters have been camping at the Pearl Roundabout in central Manama as part of their demonstration.

Ali Al Aswad, a member of the opposition Wefaq party, told Al Jazeera that the government used Apache helicopters to shoot at peaceful protesters.

He said the situation was very bad and Bahrain was heading towards a disaster.

“The security forces are killing the people, we call upon UN to help us,” Aswad said.

source Al Jazeera

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Bahrain State of emergency – The security forces are killing the people, we call upon UN to help us

Posted by 7starsdubai on March 16, 2011


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Jumeirah Islands investor wins Dh2.5m payout in a row over construction defects in a villa

Posted by 7starsdubai on March 16, 2011


source The National

A property owner in Nakheel’s Jumeirah Islands development has won a Dh2.5 million (US$680,624) cash payout from the developer, the first such award from the Dubai World Tribunal.

It was also the first time the Tribunal enforced an arbitration decision from another court, which could set a precedent for other disputes involving the developer.

The Dubai International Arbitration Centre last May ruled that Vinod Kumar Dang should be paid Dh2.5m plus interest and legal costs in a row over construction defects in a villa. The property owner then took the matter before the Tribunal to have the award verified and paid out.

The Tribunal is a special body hearing all cases relating to Dubai World, the government-owned business group that is finalising a $24.9 billion debt restructuring. Nakheel, which built Jumeirah Islands, is owned by Dubai World.

Nakheel declined to comment.

Lawyers for Jumeirah Islands had argued that the arbitration award should be struck out, claiming there were technical faults in the language of the judgment. Mr Dang’s lawyers countered that the award was made legitimately in arbitration and that it was the role of the Tribunal to enforce such judgments.

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Unruhen Middle East Überwachung Made in Germany

Posted by 7starsdubai on March 16, 2011


Während im Jemen und in Bahrain Pro-Demokratie-Demonstranten auf den Straßen starben, hielten IT-Firmen aus Deutschland, Frankreich und anderen EU-Staaten in Dubai Überwachungsseminare für Polizei und Geheimdienste ab.

Am 21. Februar wurden in der jemenitischen Stadt Aden mehrere Demonstranten von “Sicherheitskräften” umgebracht. Aus Bahrain kam desselben Tags die Nachricht, dass das geplante Formel-1-Rennen wegen der Massenproteste von März auf November verschoben werden muss. Kurz davor hatte es auch in Bahrain Tote gegeben, als Spezialeinheiten den von Demonstranten besetzten Perlenplatz stürmten.

Im benachbarten Dubai aber herrschte business as usual. Im noblen Hotel JW Marriott tagten Repräsentanten mehrheitlich europäischer Firmen mit hochrangigen Vertretern jener Polizei- und Geheimdienstkräfte aus Nordafrika und Nahost, die gerade mit brutaler Gewalt gegen die eigene Bevölkerung vorgingen.

Wie bei IT-Konferenzen besonders im Sicherheitsbereich üblich, stand der erste Tag der “ISS-World Middle East and Africa” ganz im Zeichen von Workshops und Tutorials. Das auf “Deep Packet Inspection” spezialisierte Leipziger Unternehmen Ipoque etwa hielt – laut Konferenzagenda – ein dreiteiliges “Trainingsseminar” zum Thema effiziente “Überwachung des Internetverkehrs” ab.

“Deep Packet Inspection” zielt auf das Filtern und Kategorisieren des gesamten Netzwerkverkehrs ab. In Kombination mit einer nationalen Firewall – wie etwa im Iran oder in China – ergibt das die Kontrolle über die gesamte Kommunikation in einem landesweiten Netzwerk. VoIP-Telefonate können dadurch überwacht werden, egal über welchen Port sie hereinkommen. Ebenso können Datenpakete von Skype identifiziert und gezielt blockiert werden wie sämtliche verschlüsselte Kommunikation.

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Source / Quelle Nahost: Überwachung Made in Germany – fm4.ORF.at.

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Bahrain activists receive threats after anonymous death call

Posted by 7starsdubai on March 12, 2011


Amnesty International has called on the Bahraini authorities to ensure the safety of three human rights activists after text messages were yesterday circulated to many people in Bahrain calling for them to be killed.

The messages contained personal details of the activists and labelled them “advocates of subversion”. One of the three then received a series of anonymous threats from callers to his phone.

“The Bahraini authorities must mount an immediate, thorough investigation to identify the source of these threats and bring to justice those responsible for inciting murder and issuing death threats,” said Malcolm Smart, Amnesty International’s director for the Middle East and North Africa.

“The government must also ensure the safety of the three activists who have been named in these threats and any others who may be targeted in the same way, and afford them all possible protection.”

The unrest in Bahrain started with a “Day of Rage” on 14 February in which one protestor was killed by the security forces. Six more protestors were killed in the following days and hundreds injured, many due to the use of excessive and lethal force by riot police and other security forces.

The worst incidents occurred on 17 February when the police carried out an early morning raid to clear demonstrators camped at the Pearl Roundabout in the capital Manama, killing five protestors and assaulting ambulance staff and medical workers seeking to assist the wounded.

One of the activists named in yesterday’s text message, Mahmmad al-Maskati from the Bahrain Youth Society for Human Rights, told Amnesty International he has received around 11 anonymous threatening phone calls since the message calling for him to be killed was circulated yesterday.

All callers delivered broadly the same message: ‘You are a donkey. We will kill you. We want you to stop going to the (Pearl) roundabout. If you don’t stop your human rights business we will f*** you”.

Another activist from the same organization, Naji Fateel, said he had received two messages along similar lines.

The other named activist was Abdulhadi Alkhawaja, formerly the Middle East and North Africa director for Frontline, an NGO which supports human rights defenders.

The circulated message contained all the information about the activists that would be found on a national ID card: their full name, home address, photograph, personal ID number and employment, along with their telephone numbers.

This has prompted suspicion that the threats may emanate from Bahraini security officials, who would have easy access to such details, or from people acting on their behalf.

“The authorities must urgently probe whether these threats are the work of Bahraini security or intelligence officials and are intended to deter the activists from continuing their human rights work and involvement in protests demanding reform in Bahrain,” said Malcolm Smart.

“If officials are found to be responsible, they must be brought to justice.”

The text messages reportedly follow the wide circulation of a leaflet a few days ago which contained the photographs and names of a number of human rights defenders and opposition political activists who, it said, were to be targeted.

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Dubai Criminal Court-Real Estate-3689 fraud charges-Al Boom sentenced to jail

Posted by 7starsdubai on March 12, 2011


source Arabian Business

Emirati real estate tycoon Abed Al Boom has been sentenced to more than 923 years in jail after a special tribunal hearing in Dubai convicted him of 3,689 counts of fraud.

The CEO of Al Boom Holdings was charged with swindling AED960m from 3,706 investors, and received a three-month term for each of the counts of fraud, media reports said.

A further 11 counts of fraud were dismissed by the judge, who also acquitted Al Boom’s five co-defendants of all charges.

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United Arab Emirates intellectuals petitioned their ruler for free and democratic elections

Posted by 7starsdubai on March 9, 2011


source CNN

A group of 133 United Arab Emirates nationals have petitioned the president of the country for direct elections.

It includes academics, former government officials, journalists and activists, said Ahmed Mansoor, one of the petitioners.

The petition comes in the midst of a wave of unrest and political change across the region that has brought new leadership to Egypt and Tunisia.

The petition is addressed to President Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan and the members of the Supreme Council of the seven Emirates that form the U.A.E.

In addition to elections, the group is also asking that the Federal National Council be granted legislative powers. The body only works in an advisory capacity and has no regulatory powers.

“The group called for a comprehensive reform of the parliamentary system of the Federal National Council (the Parliament), and included demands for free elections by all citizens,” Mansoor said in an email. “It also demanded reform of legislation governing the work of the Parliament to include legislative and monitoring authorities and calling for necessary constitutional amendments to ensure that.”

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Saif al Islam Gadaffi – We have no money outside the country

Posted by 7starsdubai on March 4, 2011


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