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Sexual harassment in Saudi Arabia up by 37% in 2017

Sexual harassment in Saudi Arabia up by 11.4% in 2016

A recent field study conducted by the “Institute for International Research”, a Canadian institute specializing in research and field studies in economic, political, and social fields, has revealed that sexual harassment in Saudi Arabia has increased 11.4% in 2016, compared to 2014.
The study, in which 120 thousand women from 49 countries took part in, found that there has been a sharp increase in those countries which also include Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Benin, Mali, Mauritania, and Uganda.

The study, which chose 15 thousand women from Saudi Arabia, found that 37% were subjected to verbal
sexual harassment, 34% to ogling, 36% to “numbering”, in which the harasser attempt to give his victim his phone number, and 25% to unwanted physical contact (touching parts of the body).
According to the study, the age of the women participating in it ranged between 12 to 38 years. Women were also harassed regardless of whether they were made-up or not, indicating that the predator does not care for the kind of victim.
The institute’s study also indicated that 46% of the women believed that their driving a car helps to a degree in raising women’s level of social security in Saudi society, and therefore banning them from driving makes them vulnerable to predation by drivers and bystanders in the streets.

The study shows that harassment in Saudi Arabia is much higher than countries less developed in terms of economy and security. Furthermore, this study only took into account Saudi women, and not foreign women residing in Saudi Arabia as there is need for another study that shows how these women are harassed in the kingdom. These women live under painful and difficult conditions working as maids, whose guarantors (kafeel) to harass them however they wish, and the law does not protect them.
4118 Saudi women came forth with sexual harassment charges in 2016 according to the Saudi Justice Ministry. 78% of the women taking part in the Institute for International Research’s study also believe that the real numbers of sexual harassment in Saudi Arabia are much higher than the ones declared by the government, because women are afraid of being beaten, violated, or of the negative way they may be viewed by their husbands, or by society, as coming forth to court to register such a charge is considered to be “sacrificing one’s honor.”
Harassment cases in 2016 were at 7.6/day according to official and non-official sources; meanwhile the Saudi Justice Ministry blames the foreigners for these numbers, whereas human rights organizations state that the harassment cases for which foreigners are guilty constitute only 19% of the cases. Reuters had published a report in 2014, placing Saudi Arabia in 3rd place among 24 countries in worksite sexual harassment cases, stating that 16% of women working in Saudi Arabia have been sexually harassed by their superiors at work. 92% of Saudi women have been harassed in one form or another according to a series of studies by Saudi researcher Noura al-Zahrani.
Saudi Arabia has no laws that protect harassed women, and most laws favor the men. Many extremist Wahhabi scholars such as the Kingdom’s Mufti Abedlaziz al-Sheikh and Sheikh ‘A’ed al-Qarni, Mohammad al-Arifi, and others, have stood against any attempts at reform for Saudi women, including the anti-harassment bill that was discussed a few years ago in the Shura council, and was later abandoned due to extremists rising against it saying “it helps spread the concept of intersex mingling in society.”
Saudi scholar Abdullah Dawood launched in May 2013 the “#Harass_Cashiers” hashtag, through which he called for harassing female employees and saleswomen in clothes shops; however he was not tried for his statements that violate humane and international laws.
The Saudi government has attempted to separate female and male workplaces, but apparently this step was very unsuccessful on the ground, and so the government claimed that the increase of harassment in society is due to the increase in the female workforce. Would this excuse convince the public?


Egypt: Video of extrajudicial executions offers glimpse of hidden abuses by military in North Sinai

video Appears to Show Egyptian Soldiers Killing 

Unarmed Men in Sinai

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 A video has emerged that appears to show members of the Egyptian military shooting unarmed detainees to death at point-blank range in the Sinai Peninsula and staging the killings to look as if they had happened in combat.
The leaked video, which was posted on social media on Thursday, could undercut claims made by the Egyptian Army in December that the men were suspected terrorists who died in a fight with the military.
The video was released the same day that Defense Secretary Jim Mattis met in Egypt with its president, Abdel Fattah el-Sisi, to discuss improving their countries’ military relationship. It also comes after human rights groups accused the Egyptian military of killing up to 10 men in January in a staged counterterrorism raid in Sinai.
The three-minute video, which was released through a channel associated with the 

Muslim Brotherhood, appears to depict part of a raid that the Egyptian Army highlighted in a Facebook post on Dec. 6, 2016. That post included photos of three bloody men in a grassy area with rifles next to them. The post said they had been killed in a military raid on a terrorist base and an explosives storehouse.
Eight people were killed and four others were arrested, the military said on Facebook in December, as Egyptian armed forces “continued to tighten their security grip” in the Sinai Peninsula, where the country has waged a yearslong battle.
But the video shows no firefight and starts with soldiers mingling next to an armored truck in a sandy field scattered with bodies next to shrubs and grassy patches. But it does show the killing of at least three people. In one case, a soldier casually holds a rifle over a man on the ground and shoots him in the head. In another, soldiers escort a blindfolded man into the field, place him on his knees and shoot him multiple times in the head and upper body.
The pro-state Egyptian news site Youm7 called the video a fabrication carried out by the Muslim Brotherhood, which is banned in the country, and said the people in the video did not have Egyptian accents. An Egyptian military spokesman did not respond to a request for comment late Thursday.

 one point in the video, a man off camera tells a soldier in Arabic to shoot the captured men in a variety of places. “Don’t just do the head, O.K.? Don’t just do the head,” the person said.
In addition to the three men seen killed, the video shows two men lying on the ground who were apparently in the Facebook post. The same men included in the Facebook post in December were apparently also shown in a military video shared on YouTube in November for an operation that claimed to have killed eight terrorists “during clashes.”
Sarah Leah Whitson, the executive director of Human Rights Watch’s Middle East and North Africa Division, which released a report about the January killings, said the group was investigating the latest video.
“We have not yet verified the video, and are working on it,” Ms. Whitson said in an email. “But it accords closely with our findings about other summary executions in Sinai and Cairo.”
Mokhtar Awad, a militancy expert at George Washington University, said the video was unlikely to be widely discussed on Egyptian news media because of emergency laws enacted by Mr. Sisi last week after suicide attacks by the Islamic State on two Christians churches on Palm Sunday.
“The worst thing I’ve seen before is of soldiers beating a guy,” Mr. Awad said. “We’ve never seen video from Sinai or elsewhere showing an Egyptian serviceman killing someone in cold blood.”
Together with the accusations of extrajudicial executions in Sinai in January, Mr. Awad said, it suggested “a growing level of impunity” in parts of the Egyptian military, particularly in Sinai where local emergency laws have been in place for years.
“It is a significant problem, and something that needs to be seriously addressed,” he said. “Otherwise things could head in a very problematic direction, of this somehow becoming a new normal.”


Saudi War Crimes Yemen

Saudi War Crimes Yemen: 10,000 civilians killed and 40,000 injured in conflict, 

UN reveals

UPDATE 1/18/2017

The US is promoting war crimes in Yemen

Yemen: No Accountability for War Crimes

Parties to Yemen’s armed conflict violated the laws of war with impunity in 2016, Human Rights Watch said today in its World Report 2017. Concerned governments should seek accountability for past and ongoing violations and immediately suspend arms sales to Saudi Arabia.
The Saudi Arabia-led coalition has carried out military operations, supported by the United States and United Kingdom, against Houthi forces and forces loyal to former President Ali Abdullah Saleh since March 2015. The coalition has unlawfully attacked homes, markets, hospitals, schools, civilian businesses, and mosques. As of October 10, 2016, at least 4,125 civilians had been killed and 6,711 wounded, the majority by coalition airstrikes, according to the United Nations human rights office.

People inspect a house after it was destroyed by a Saudi-led airstrike in the capital, Sanaa, February 25, 2016.
People inspect a house after it was destroyed by a Saudi-led airstrike in the capital, Sanaa, February 25, 2016. 

"None of the forces in Yemen’s conflict seem to fear being held to account for violating the laws of war,” said Sarah Leah Whitson, Middle East director at Human Rights Watch. “UN members need to press the parties to end the slaughter and the suffering of civilians.”
In the 687-page World Report, its 27th edition, Human Rights Watch reviews human rights practices in more than 90 countries. In his introductory essay, Executive Director Kenneth Roth writes that a new generation of authoritarian populists seeks to overturn the concept of human rights protections, treating rights as an impediment to the majority will. For those who feel left behind by the global economy and increasingly fear violent crime, civil society groups, the media, and the public have key roles to play in reaffirming the values on which rights-respecting democracy has been built.
Both sides to the conflict have repeatedly violated the laws of war. Human Rights Watch has documented 61 apparently unlawful Saudi-led coalition airstrikes, some of which may amount to war crimes. The coalition has also used internationally banned cluster munitions. Neither the US nor the UK have suspended arms sales to Saudi Arabia despite increasing evidence of their use in the conflict and the coalition’s failure to credibly investigate alleged violations. In 2015, the US approved more than US$20 billion worth of weapons sales to Saudi Arabia, and the UK approved arms sales worth $4 billion.
Since taking control of the capital, Sanaa, in September 2014, the Houthis and their allies have carried out a campaign of arbitrary detentions and enforced disappearances against perceived opponents. They have launched artillery rockets in indiscriminate attacks into southern Saudi Arabia and in Yemen, killing 475 civilians and wounding 1,121 between July1, 2015, and June 30, 2016, according to the UN. Houthi and allied forces have also laid banned anti-personnel landmines that have killed and wounded dozens of civilians.
None of the warring parties credibly investigated their forces’ alleged laws-of-war violations in Yemen. The coalition-appointed Joint Incidents Assessment Team (JIAT) released findings that differed drastically from those of the UN and others. The US, a party to the conflict by providing targeting intelligence and in-air refueling for coalition attacks, is not known to have investigated any alleged unlawful strikes in which its forces may have taken part.
As of November, the US reported it had conducted 28 drone strikes in Yemen in 2016, killing dozens of people described as Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) operatives. Both AQAP and armed groups linked to the Islamic State, also known as ISIS, claimed responsibility for numerous suicide and other bombings that have unlawfully killed dozens.
Parties to the conflict block or restrict critical relief supplies from reaching civilians, deepening the country’s crisis. The coalition has imposed an air and naval blockade on Yemen, limiting the importation of vital goods, and Houthi and allied forces have confiscated food and medical supplies from civilians entering Taizz and blocked aid from reaching the city, contributing to the near collapse of its health system.


ما هي قدرات برنامج التجسس RCS الذي تستخدمه الحكومة المصرية؟

ما هي قدرات برنامج التجسس RCS الذي تستخدمه الحكومة المصرية؟

تحديث1: أُضيفت مجموعة من الصور من داخل برنامج Remote Control System، بأسفل التدوينة. تم اضافة إمكانيات أخرى لأنظمة التشغيل:جنو/لينكس، وميكروسوفت ويندوز، وiOS
تحديث2: أُضيف توضيح في الجزء الخاص بالتوزيعات جنو/لينكس، وتوضيح في  مقدمة المدونة.
تحديث 3: أُضيفت جداول لمقارنات بين سُبل إصابة الحواسيب والهواتف الذكية بالبرمجية الخبيثة وقدرات التعامل مع كل منها.
هذه التدوينة تسرد في نقاط سريعة الإمكانيات والقدرات التي يوفّرها برنامج التجسس Remote Control System – RCS التي تستخدمها الحكومات في المنطقة العربية(مصر، البحرين، السعودية، المغرب، عمان، السودان)  وعدد آخر  من دول العالم. يُرجى ملا حظة أن هذا النوع من الأنظمة يُعرف بالتجسس بالاستهداف targeted surveillance  لن يؤثر على خصوصيتك إلا إذا كنت فردا ترغب الدولة في تخصيص موارد إضافية من الوقت و الأموال للتجسس عليك
لمعلومات أكثر :تسريب وثائق أكبر شركة بيع أنظمة تجسس، مصر والمغرب والسعودية أهم العملاء
اعتمدت هذه التدوينة على الملفات التي تم تسريبها من قبل مجموعة من المخترقين على إثر اختراق شركة هاجينج تيم (Hacking Team)المُنتجة للبرنامج. يمكنك الإطلاع على نسخة من الوثائق من خلال الرابط:

قائمة أنظمة التشغيل التي يمكن لبرنامجRemote Control System – RCS التعامل معها، ومحتويات التدوينة:
ملخص قدرات البرنامج
كيف تُصاب الحواسيب بالبرمجية الخبيثة؟
برنامج RCS غير قادر على زرع البرمجية التجسسية في الحواسيب العاملة بتوزيعات جنو/لينكس وحواسيب ماك بصفة مستديمة بحيث تشتغل تلقائيا في كل مرة يشتغل فيها النظام، أي أنّ أثرها ينتهي بإطفاء النظام. إلاّ أنه يجب الإشارة إلى أن تشغيل برمجية التجسس لفترة محدودة قد يكون كافيا لإحداث الآثار السلبية كلها من سرقة بيانات و غيرها.

كيف تصاب الهواتف المحمولة بالبرمجية الخبيثة؟
برنامج RCS غير قادر على زرع البرمجية التجسسية في الهواتف العاملة بنظام ويندوز فون وآي أو إس وبلاكبيري ونظام S60 بصفة مستديمة بحيث تشتغل تلقائيا في كل مرة يشتغل فيها النظام، أي أنّ أثرها ينتهي بإطفاء النظام.إلاّ أنه يجب الإشارة إلى أن تشغيل برمجية التجسس لفترة محدودة قد يكون كافيا لإحداث الآثار السلبية كلها من سرقة بيانات و غيرها. في حين أن عميل التجسس المدمج في برنامج يعمل على نظام التشغيل أندرويد؛يُحذَف في حالة حذف البرنامج.
مقارنة بين قدرات برنامج RCS في التعامل مع أنظمة التشغيل ميكروسوفت ويندوز وجنو/لينكس وماك أو اس.
مقارنة بين قدرات برنامج RCS في التعامل مع أنظمة تشغيل الهواتف المحمولة: ويندوز فون وسيمبيان و iOS وأندرويد وبلاك بيري:
 نظام التشغيل ميكروسوفت ويندوز 
لدى برنامج التجسس Remote Control System – RCSالقدرة على التعامل مع الحواسيب العاملة بنظام التشغيل ميكروسوفت ويندوز على النحو التالي:
يستطيع البرنامج التعامل مع الحواسيب العاملة بنظام ميكروسوفت ويندوز الإصدارات التالية: 10 (تجريبي) – 8.1 – 8 – 7 – Vista – XP SP3التجسس باستخدام الكميرا التجسس على الملفات المُخزّنة على القرص الصلبالتجسس على خدمة التخزين السحابيةGoogleDriveالتجسس على رسائل البريد الإلكتروني والدردشة وجهات الاتصال في جيميل وياهو ( في المتصفحات كروم وإنترنت إكسبلورر وفايرفوكس)التجسس على تويتر ( في المتصفحات كروم وإنترنت إكسبلورر وفايرفوكس)التجسس على دردشة وجهات الاتصال والصور والموقع الجغرافي من فيسبوك (في المتصفحات كروم وإنترنت إكسبلورر وفايرفوكس)التجسس على كلمات المرور ( في المتصفحات كروم وإنترنت إكسبلورر وفايرفوكس)تحديد الموقع الجغرافيالتقاط صورة لشاشة الحاسوبالتجسس على الصورالبحث في الملفات الموجودة على الحاسوبالتجسس على الصور الموجودة بالحاسوبتاريخ تصفح الإنترنت على فيرفوكس ومتصفح تور
توزيعات لينكس
لدى برنامج التجسس Remote Control System – RCSالقدرة على التعامل مع الحواسيب العاملة بتوزيعات جنو/لينكس على النحو التالي:
ملاحظة هامة بخصوص تعامل البرنامج مع توزيعات جنو/لينكس:
برنامج RCS غير قادر على زرع البرمجية التجسسية في حواسيب مستخدمي لينكس بصفة مستديمة بحيث تشتغل تلقائيا في كل مرة يشتغل فيها النظام، أي أنّ أثرها ينتهي بإطفاء النظام. إلاّ أنه يجب الإشارة إلى أن تشغيل برمجية التجسس لفترة محدودة قد يكون كافيا لإحداث الآثار السلبية كلها من سرقة بيانات و غيرها، كما أن كون بقية معارف و زملاء مستخدمي لينكس يستخدمون نظما أقل أمانا يعني تعدد مصادر تسرب المعلومات، بالإضافة إلى أن طول متوسط مدة تشغيل نظام لينكس قبل إطفائه و إعادة تشغيله مقارنة بنظم مثل ميكروسوفت ويندوز قد يعني استمرار التجسس الفعّال لمدة طويلة.

يستطيع البرنامج التعامل مع الحواسيب العاملة بالتوزيعات التالية:Debian – 6.0 to 7.0Fedora – 17 to 20Mageia – 4.0 to 4.1Mint – 13 to 17Ubuntu – 12.04 ot 14.04التجسس على الدردشة النصية وجهات الاتصال في برمجية سكايب وقائمة بالمكالمات التي أُجريت عبره.التجسس باستخدام الكميرا (WebCam)التجسس على رسائل البريد الإلكتروني في برمجية Thunderbirdالتجسس باستخدام المايكالتجسس على وسرقة العملات الإلكترونية(Bitcoin, Litecoin, Feathercoin, Namecoin)التجسس على كلمات المرور في متصفح كروم وفايرفوكس وبرنامج ثيندربيردتحديد الموقع الجغرافيالتقاط صورة لشاشة الحاسوبالتجسس على ماتقوم بتصفحه على الإنترنت في متصفحات فايرفوكس وكروم وأوبرا و ويب
لدى برنامج التجسس Remote Control System – RCSالقدرة على التعامل مع الحواسيب العاملة بأنظمة التشغيلOS X على النحو التالي:
ملاحظة هامة بخصوص تعامل البرنامج مع نظام ماك:
برنامج RCS غير قادر على زرع البرمجية التجسسية في حواسيب ماك بصفة مستديمة بحيث تشتغل تلقائيا في كل مرة يشتغل فيها النظام، أي أنّ أثرها ينتهي بإطفاء النظام. إلاّ أنه يجب الإشارة إلى أن تشغيل برمجية التجسس لفترة محدودة قد يكون كافيا لإحداث الآثار السلبية كلها من سرقة بيانات و غيرها.

يستطيع البرنامج التعامل الحواسيب العاملة بأنظمة التشغيلOS X الإصدارات التالية:Yosemite (10.10)Mavericks (10.9)Mountain Lion (10.8)Lion (10.7)Snow Leopard (10.6)التجسس على جهات اتصال سكايب، وقائمة الاتصالات الصوتية والدردشة النصية الخاصة به.التجسس باستخدام الكميراالتجسس على كل ما يُكتب من خلال لوحة المفاتيحالتجسس على رسائل البريد الإلكتروني في برنامج ثيندربيردالتجسس باستخدام الميكروفونالتجسس على وسرقة العملات الإلكترونية(Bitcoin, Litecoin, Feathercoin, Namecoin)تحديد الموقع الجغرافيالتقاط صورة لشاشة الحاسوبتاريخ تصفح مواقع الإنترنت على متصفح سفاري، ومتصفح فايرفوكس 4(معمارية 64bit)
لدى برنامج التجسس Remote Control System – RCSالقدرة على التعامل مع الهاتف العاملة بنظام التشغيل أندرويد على النحو التالي:
يستطيع البرنامج التعامل الهواتف العاملة بأنظمة التشغيل أندرويد الإصدارات التالية:يمكن للبرنامج الحصول على صلاحية الجذر Root في الهواتف التالية: Alcatel 4030D One Touchالعاملة بنظام التشغيل أندرويد 4.1.1CAT Compal B15 العاملة بنظام التشغيل أندرويد4.1.2 Huawei Ascend G6-U10العاملة بنظام التشغيل أندرويد 4.3 Huawei Ascend Y530العاملة بنظام التشغيل أندرويد 4.3 Huawei P6-U06 العاملة بنظام التشغيل أندرويد4.2.2 LG G2 العاملة بنظام التشغيل أندرويد 4.2.2Samsung Galaxy Nexusالعاملة بنظام التشغيل أندرويد 4.0.4 و 4.3Samsung GT-N7000 -Galaxy Note العاملة بنظام التشغيل أندرويد 4.1.2Samsung GT-N7100 – Galaxy Note 2 العاملة بنظام التشغيل أندرويد 4.1.1 و4.4.2Samsung GT-I9300 – Galaxy S3 العاملة بنظام التشغيل أندرويد 4.1.1 Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 العاملة بنظام التشغيل أندرويد 4.0.3 و 4.1.2Samsung GT-I9100 –  Galaxy S2 العاملة بنظام التشغيل أندرويد 4.0.3 و4.0.4 و 4.1.2Samsung GT-P5100 – Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 العاملة بنظام التشغيل أندرويد4.2.2Samsung GT-I8190 – Galaxy S3 Mini العاملة بنظام التشغيل أندرويد4.1.1قائمة بالمكالمات الصوتية التي تتم عبر الهاتف أو التطبيقات المثبتة (سكايب وفايبر)تسجيل المكالمات الصوتية عبر فايبر وسكايب (يحتاج لصلاحية الجذر)تسجيل المكالمات الصوتية في الهواتف العاملة بنظام التشغيل أندرويد من الإصدار4.0 إلى الإصدار 4.3)التجسس على الدردشات التي تتم عبر تطبيقات سكايب وواتسسآب وفايبر ولاين وفيسبوك و هانج أوت وتليجرام (تحتاج لصلاحية الجذر)التقاط صور عبر الكميرا الخاصة بالهاتفيستطيع الحصول جهات الاتصال الموجودة على الهاتف بما في ذلك جهات الاتصال الخاصة بتطبيقات الدردشة مثل سكايب وفيسبوك وجيميل. ( يحتاج البرنامج لصلاحية الجذر لتشغيل هذه الإمكانية لتطبيقات فيسبوك وهاتج أوت و سكايب)الوصول للملفات المُخزّنة على الهاتفالتجسس على الرسائل القصيرةالتجسس على رسائل البريد الإلكتروني عبر تطبيق Gmail (تحتاج لصلاحية الجذر)التجسس عبر ميكروفون الهاتف في الأوقات التي لا يُجرى بها اتصالمعرفm كلمات مرور الواي فاي المُخزّنة على الهاتف (يحتاج لصلاحية الجذر)التجسس على الصور المُخزّنة بالهاتفتحديد مكان الهاتف عبر GPSإلتقاط صورة لشاشة الهاتف (تحتاج لصلاحية الجذر)
لدى برنامج التجسس Remote Control System – RCSالقدرة على التعامل مع الهاتف العاملة بنظام التشغيل iOSعلى النحو التالي:
التعامل مع إصدارات نظام التشغيل iOSالتالية:يستطيع برنامج RCS تضمين عميل التجسس ضمن تطبيق معينالتجسس على الدردشة التي تتم عبر تطبيقات فايبر وواتسآب وسكايبالتجسس باستخدام الكميراالحصول جهات الاتصال الموجودة على الهاتف بما في ذلك جهات الاتصال الخاصة بتطبيقات الدردشة مثل سكايب وفيسبوك وجيميل.الحصول على قائمة الاتصال (هذه الإمكانية لا تعمل على iOS الإصدار7 أو الإصدارات الأعلى في هاتف آي فون 5 )تحديد المكان الجغرافي عبر الواي فاي(هذه الإمكانية لا تعمل على iOS الإصدار7أو الإصدارات الأعلى في هاتف آي فون 5وهاتف آي فون 6 بنفس الإصدارات )التقاط ما يتم كتابته على لوحة مفاتيح الهاتفالتقاط صورة لشاشة الهاتف (هذه الإمكانية لا تعمل على iOS الإصدار7 أو الإصدارات الأعلى في هاتف آي فون 5 وهاتف آي فون6 بنفس الإصدارات )التجسس على الرسائل القصيرة ورسائل البريد الإلكتروني المؤقتة (cached mail messages) ( إمكانية الاطلاع على البريد الإلكتروني لا تعمل بشكل جيد على هواتفiOS 4)التجسس على ملفات المُخزّنة على الهاتف(هذه الإمكانية لا تعمل على iOSالإصدار7 أو الإصدارات الأعلى في هاتف آي فون 5 )التقاط الروابط التي يتم تصفحها عبر الهاتفالتجسس من خلال تسجيل الصوت من ميكروفون الهاتف (هذه الإمكانية لا تعمل على iOS الإصدار7 أو الإصدارات الأحدث)معرفة التطبيقات المُثبتة على الهاتفالتجسس على ما تقوم به بتصفحه على الإنترنت (هذه الإمكانية على تعمل على iOS7)
ويندوز فون
لدى برنامج التجسس Remote Control System – RCSالقدرة على التعامل مع الهاتف العاملة بنظام التشغيل ويندوز فون على النحو التالي
التعامل مع إصدارات نظام التشغيل ويندوز فون التالية:8.1 (تجريبي)8.0.10327.778.0.10211.2048.0.9903.10التجسس على كافة جهات الاتصال الموجودة بالهاتفتحديد مكان الهاتفالتجسس عبر مايكروفون الهاتف
بلاك بيري
لدى برنامج التجسس Remote Control System (RCS)القدرة على التعامل مع هواتف بلاك بيري على النحو التالي:
التعامل مع إصدارات نظام تشغيل بلاك بيري التالية:7.1 – 7.0 – 6.0 – 5.0 – 4.6 – 4.5التجسس على كافة جهات الاتصال الموجودة بالهاتفالتجسس على قائمة الاتصالالتجسس على دردشة BBMالتجسس على الملفات المُخزّنة بالهاتفالتجسس على الرسائل القصيرة SMS وMMS ورسائل البريد الإلكترونيالتجسس باستخدام مايكروفون الهاتفتحديد الموقع الجغرافي للهاتفالتقاط صور لشاشة الهاتف
مجموعة صور من برنامج التجسس


SISI MUST GO , before it is too late

 Before it is too late

With each planeload evacuating Russian and British tourists, Sharm el-Sheikh can feel its life blood ebbing.
Arthur, on a fixed salary of $255 ($63 more than Egypt's minimum wage) says: “I don’t know what happened on that plane. I have a feeling we are being manipulated and I prefer not to think about it. I think the West is trying to force Egypt to do the things it wants and this accident is a perfect opportunity for it to force us to, force us in a financial way.”
Ahmed, a diving instructor turned taxi driver, agrees: “They want to kill us. I don’t see any other explanation. Here, there are only Russian and English tourists left, and those are the ones who are going home.”
The Western plot to kill Sharm el-Sheikh is richly orchestrated by the linguistic creativity of the pro-government media. When a stranded British tourist harangued the British Ambassador John Casson, she was reported by pro-government Al Ahram as saying: “We want to continue our holiday and we do not want to leave now.”
What she actually said (documented in a YouTube clip)

was: “What is the problem? What is the real problem? Why are we here? ...There was a security problem this morning and you are now here to resolve it. Why are we here then, while the rest of the people have gone home?”

Foreign hands are also, apparently, at work in Alexandria. When storms and heavy rain caused widespread flooding in Egypt’s second largest city, killing 17 and injuring 28 - which happens regularly because the city’s drainage system cannot cope - the government’s response was to arrest 17 members of the Muslim Brotherhood, who are accused of blocking sewage pipes, damaging electricity transformers and rubbish containers.

There are other scapegoats for state failure. On Wednesday, the prosecution in Giza released one of Egypt’s most powerful businessmen and his son, Salah and Tawfik Diab, on $6,385 bail, after three nights in detention. Earlier, a criminal court cancelled a decision to freeze the financial assets of Diab, Mahmoud El-Gammal and 16 others. Only assets related to the New Giza housing compound project are still frozen, with Diab accused of illegally acquiring state-owned land. These are Egypt’s richest men and former backers of the coup in 2013. Diab is co-founder of Al-Masry Al-Youm, one of Egypt's largest privately-owned daily newspapers. His co-founder, Hisham Kassem, says he believes Diab's arrest may have been a result of the paper's coverage.

The arrest of the 16 Mubarak-era businessmen was a message from the government. Wael al-Ibrashi, the pro-Sisi TV anchor in Dream TV, spelt it out. He quoted a “sovereign source” meaning a top government or security official who told him that there are suspicious actions by a number of businessmen to cause chaos and economic crisis in the country by transferring their money outside the country. They were convinced by enemy sources that there will be a major event happening in Egypt soon.
The financial markets are unimpressed by these pyrotechnics, although they agree that the state’s finances are going south. The Egyptian Pound is on its fastest decline since the reign of King Farouk. Changing the governor of the central bank, which is now trying to support the pound by getting interest rates to rise and injecting dollars into the banks, is not going to stop a further devaluation which analysts say is inevitable. Already that pound has lost 14 percent of its value in just ten months.
Mohammad Ayesh, writing in Al-Quds Al-Arabi, gives three reasons for the decline and fall of the currency: the cost of keeping the army on the streets; the collapse of tourism which accounts for up to 11 percent of GDP and generates a fifth of the country’s foreign exchange earnings; and lastly corruption. Giving money to an Egypt, where up to 40 percent of the economy is controlled by the army, is literally pouring money into a black hole. As a consequence, the foreign currency in the central bank is currently dropping by $1bn each month.
Egypt’s currency crisis must be regarded as unique in the annals of financial mismanagement. Just over two years ago, Abdel Fattah al-Sisi took over, his wallet stuffed with cash: he had the backing of two of the Gulf’s richest states, the US, EU and oil and gas multinationals. By one measure alone, the leaked and authenticated tapes of conversations Sisi had with his closest advisers, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Kuwait gave Egypt $39.5bn in cash, loans and oil derivatives between July 2013, the date of the coup, and sometime between January and February of 2014. Since then, some calculate the sum is closer to $50bn. Where has all this money gone? One thing is for sure: Egypt is not going to get another Gulf handout.
Wherever you look in the chaos of Egypt today, the finger points at one man - Sisi - and at one institution - the Egyptian army. It is he and it, not “foreign hands” which are at the epicentre of the country’s instability.
Dictators can do bloodshed. Neither youth gunned down in their prime, nor the grief of their parents, make them hesitate. Comparisons between Raba’a and other massacres like Tiananmen, or Andijan mean little to them. Nor does the small library of human rights reports and witness statements which now exists to catalogue their crimes - death in detention, torture in custody, kangaroo courts, mass death sentences. All this Sisi has absorbed.
But rottweilers have to provide protection. They have to do their job. Sisi does not. He is now weaker as an absolute ruler than at any time since he took over. He faces the real and imminent prospect of losing control - over the economy, politics, and security. The state itself is failing.
Curiously that visit to London, in which he had vested so many hopes and so much effort, might yet prove to be the turning point in his presidency. And even more curiously, it was his host, David Cameron, a prime minister who has subverted a foreign policy ostensibly based on promoting democracy to a frantic search for trade and arms deals, who turned out to be his chief executioner.
Sisi spent the week saying he had Sinai and the Islamic State (IS) militant group under control.
A Russian airliner downed by a bomb placed in the luggage compartment? That was nothing more than “propaganda”. His twin aims were to position himself as the guard dog in the war against IS and to increase trade links. Both were shattered by Cameron’s decision to suspend flights to Sharm el-Sheikh, a decision followed by Dutch, German, Irish carriers and by Russia itself.  
Sisi found himself cut out of the intelligence loop he had fought so hard to be at the centre of, not only for Sinai, but Libya and Syria, too. The Americans, British and Russians were sharing intelligence with each other, not him. A visit arranged to increase British-Egyptian security co-operation, a visit designed to cement trade ties with one of Egypt’s largest foreign direct investors turned into an intelligence disaster and a wake for Egypt’s tourist industry.
Sisi is losing battles on multiple fronts. The physical one in Sinai first and foremost: the IS insurgents known as 'Wilayat Sinai' - or Sinai Province (SP) - are growing in strength. It and its predecessor conducted more than 400 attacks between 2012 and 2015, killing more than 700 military officers and soldiers, nearly twice the number of military casualties in one province of Egypt than the insurgency that took place in the whole of the country from 1992 to 1997. The SP’s most daring attack took place in July this year when it targeted 15 military and security posts and destroyed two. Over 300 men took part. They used anti-aircraft Igla missiles to force the Egyptian army’s US-supplied Apaches away. They mined their retreat. The operation lasted for 20 hours.
The insurgency in Sinai preceded the military coup. But the coup changed its character and its quality. Figures provided by the Tahrir Institute for Middle East Policy show that in the 23 months before June 2013, there were 78 attacks, an average of 3.4 attacks per month. In the same period after the coup, there were 1,223 attacks, or 53.2 attacks per months. That is a 1,464 percent increase.
Sisi has thrown everything at the population of North Sinai: extrajudicial killings of 1,347 people, the detention of 11,906, the deportation of 22,992, the destruction of at least 3,255 buildings. As his Israeli backers are now admitting, Sisi is making every mistake in the counter-insurgency rule book. He has indeed turned Sinai into South Sudan, which he himself warned army officers not to do when he worked for Morsi.
Even more important than the physical battle is the political one. Sisi has been as careless with his supporters as he has been with Egypt in general. Sisi has emptied the polling booths, with dramatically low turnouts for elections. The turnout for the recent parliamentary was so low  - under three percent on the first day - that the Abdullah Fathi, the head of the Egyptian Club for Judges said: "There were no wrong doings, no irregularities, no exchange shouting, and even no voters . . . " And then he laughed.
The supporters of the 3 July military coup have each been on a slow but brutal journey of discovery. They have been slow to admit it. None more so than the Soueif family.
Laila Soueif and her son the blogger and hero of the secular left, Alaa Abd El-Fattah, both encouraged the army to clear Raba’a and al-Nadha sit-ins. Laila said: “This protest in al-Nahda, in particular, must be dispersed immediately by the police. We see them every day in Giza shooting at the sky, then they hold banners saying peaceful protests, peaceful what? Every day they kill people and say they (killers) were baltagia (thugs paid by the Ministry of Interior). I didn't see any baltagia."
While Alaa said: “This is an armed protest and, for over a day now, there have been clashes.
They have fought in four residential areas. There is no political solution to this, this needs a security solution. At least contain them, my mother and I were attacked as we were walking through. I'm not saying hurt them. I'm saying contain them.”
Today Alaa is in jail, one of 41,000 political prisoners and Laila has been on hunger strike. Laila says: “Sisi is the head of the most oppressive and criminal regime Egypt has seen during my lifetime, and I am almost 60.”
She is right, belatedly. Sisi is the head of the most oppressive and criminal regime Egypt has seen in its modern history and he has to go. If he does not, Egypt is set on a path of disaster, a disaster that could end in the disintegration of the state and mass emigration to Europe. Before that happens, someone else must step in, even if, as seems increasingly likely, that someone else is another army officer.
David Hearst is editor-in-chief of Middle East Eye. He was chief foreign leader writer of The Guardian, former Associate Foreign Editor, European Editor, Moscow Bureau Chief, European Correspondent, and Ireland Correspondent. He joined The Guardian from The Scotsman, where he was education correspondent.
The views expressed in this article belong to the author and do not necessarily reflect the editorial policy of Middle East Eye.
Photo: Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi arrives at 10 Downing Street to meet British Prime Minister David Cameron on 5 November 2015 in London (AA)


#JE SUIS MOAMED Prophet (pbuh) Why I’m NOT Charlie - #Muslim Response #ISLAM ‪#‎WholsMuhammad‬

من هو رسول الله محمد صلى الله عليه وسلم ؟
He is the one who defended the rights of all humanity 1400 years ago.
هو الذي دافع عن حقوق كل البشر منذ 1400 عام.
He defended men's, women's and children rights
حفظ حقوق الرجال وحقوق النساء وحقوق الصغار
He commanded and fostered the love between relatives and neighbors
أمر بالحب والود بين الأقارب والجيران
He established a coexistence relationship between Muslims and Non-Muslims
وأسس علاقة تعايش بين المسلمين وغير المسلمين
He organized the relationship between the members of the family putting duties on sons and daughters towards the parents
ونظم العلاقات الأسرية التي تضمن للأب وللأم حقوق كبيرة وعظيمة على أبنائهم
He fought injustice, called for justice, love, unity and cooperation for the good.
منع الظلم ودعا للعدل و المحبة والتكاتف والتعاون للخير
He called for helping the needy, visiting the patients, love and exchanging advises between people.
دعا لمساعدة المحتاج وزيارة المريض والمحبة والتناصح بين الناس
He prohibited (by orders from God) bad manners such as stealing, lying, torturing and murdering.
منع على المسلمين المعاملات السيئة مثل السرقة والغش والقتل والظلم
He is the one who changed our lives and manners to be better.
إنه من غير حياتنا وطباعنا السيئة إلى حسنة
A Muslim doesn't steal
المسلم .. لا يسرق
A Muslim doesn't lie
المسلم لا يكذب
A Muslim doesn't drink alcohol.
المسلم لا يشرب الخمر
A Muslim doesn't commit adultery
المسلم لا يزنى
A Muslim doesn't cheat
المسلم لا يغش
A Muslim doesn't kill innocent people
المسلم لا يقتل الأبرياء
A Muslim doesn't harm his neighbors
المسلم لا يؤذي جارة
A Muslim obeys his parents and helps them
المسلم يبر بوالديه و يخدمهما
A Muslim is kind to young and elderly people, to women and to weak people.
المسلم يعطف على الصغار وعلى النساء وعلى الضعفاء وكبار السن
A Muslim doesn't torture humans or even animals, and does not harm trees
المسلم لا يعذب البشر ولا الحيوانات ولا يؤذي الأشجار
A Muslim loves his wife and takes care of his children and show mercy towards them until the last day of his life.
المسلم يرحم ويحب زوجته ويهتم و يعطف عل أبناءه حتى آخر يوم من عمره
A Muslim's relationship towards his children never stops even when they become adults
المسلم لا تنتهي علاقته بأولاده بعد سن الرشد أبدا
He is Muhammad (PBUH)
إنه محمد رسول الله صل الله عليه وسلم
Did you know why all Muslims love Muhammad (PBUH)?
هل عرفتم لماذا يحب كل المسلمون محمد صل الله عليه وسلم؟
Did you know what does Muhammad mean for Muslims?
هل عرفتم ماذا يعنى محمد صل الله عليه وسلم للمسلمين؟
Every Muslim loves Muhammad (peace be upon him) more than himself and more than everything in his life.
كل مسلم يحب محمد صل الله عليه وسلم أكثر من كل شئ
Before judging a Muslim be fair and:
قبل أن تحكم علي أي مسلم كن محايد:
1-Listen to this person, and watch his doings.
1- أسمع منه هو شخصياً ، أستمع الي أفكاره ومعتقداته ولاحظ أفعله.
2-Compare his ideas and teachings with what is Islam and Prophet Mohammad PBUH ordered.
2-قم بمقارنة أفكاره ومعتقداته بما دعا له الإسلام.
3-If you think that his thoughts are typical to that of Islam and Prophet Mohammad PBUH, and then compare them with his doings; is he applying these teachings?
3- إذا تطابقت أفكاره ومعتقداته مع ما دعا له الإسلام فأنظر إلي أفعاله، هل هي متطابقة مع أفكاره ومعتقداته؟
4-If he is applying these teachings and sayings, so for sure represents Islam, if not then he calls himself a Muslim but doesn't represent Islam.
4- إذا كانت أفعاله تطابق أفكاره ومعتقداته فهو يمثل الإسلام، إذا كانت تتناقض فهو يدعي أنه مسلم ولكن لا يمثل الإسلام
Hint: Prophet Mohammad is the best Muslim, no Muslim can be as perfect as he was, Muslims try their best to be the typical Muslim like Prophet Mohammad PBUH but sometimes they disobey God and Prophet Mohammad PBUH as they are normal humans who are subject to do wrong but the repent and get back to the right path.

Why I’m NOT Charlie - Muslim Response

The hypocrisy of freedom of speech and how to properly defend the honour of our Prophet.

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