Saturday, June 16, 2007

Arab nations discuss "reintegrating" terrorists.

False Fatwas and media outlets briefly mentioned but the Joooos are to blame for everything.

Of course.

TUNIS, June 15 -- Terrorism experts from 16 Arab states began a conference in Tunis on Wednesday to discuss how to rehabilitate people involved in terrorist acts and help them back into mainstream society.

The two-day gathering is the idea of the council of Arab interior ministers, which is based in the Tunisian capital, and will focus on "ways and possibilities of reintegrating and rehabilitating" those involved in terrorism. The experts will also review the threat posed by Osama bin Laden's Al-Qaeda network in the Arab world and the role of "false fatwas" in shaping terrorist thinking, a spokesman for the council said.

Morocco, Iraq, Oman, Djibouti, Somalia and Comoros were not represented at the start of the conference, where Mohammed Ali Kuman, the council's secretary general, denounced the persistence of terrorism in the Arab world.

It was, he said, "a wound that bleeds daily" -- a reference to deadly attacks in Iraq, Morocco, Algeria and Lebanon.

Kuman also deplored the worsening situation in the Palestinian territories, which he blamed on Israeli "state terrorism", and took unnamed media outlets to task for providing a soapbox for extremist Islamist factions.

The experts are to submit recommendations to the annual conference of the council of Arab interior ministers in January 2008 in Tunis.