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Noticias Inquietantes

Iniciado por Kelemvor Freshbane, Diciembre 29, 2010, 22:04:38

EbaN de Pedralbes

Fuente: Republica Insolita.



Las ferias medievales son esos lugares donde bohemios, aficionados al teatro y jugadores de rol sacan sus mejores galas para disfrutar de unos dí­as vendiendo comida artesana y haciéndose pasar por juglares. Pero en ocasiones, esta inofensiva actividad puede acabar bastante mal. Y es que en tiempos de crisis, ni los nobles caballeros pueden aferrarse a sus justos ideales.

Que se lo digan a los feriantes de Bitche, Francia, que comprobaron como aquellos defensores de la justicia con sus flamantes armaduras no formaban parte de las atracciones, sino que... vení­an a robarles. Armados con sus espadas, obligaron a todos los puestos a entregarles la recaudación. Y "bellacos” fue lo más amable que les llamaron.

Los cuatro villanos aparecieron a las 2 de la mañana, enmascarados con cascos medievales, lo que obviamente no llamó demasiado la atención. Pero cuando se pusieron a amenazar al resto con un hacha y una espada, la expresión de los testigos comenzó a cambiar. Para hacer más reales sus amenazas, llegaron agredir en la cara a uno de los organizadores que aún se encontraba por ahí­, golpeándole con el mango del hacha.



Otro de los tenderos trató de oponer resistencia, y fue golpeado en la cabeza, necesitando de varios puntos de sutura tras el incidente. Un quinto caballero apareció con una bolsa para recoger el dinero e instó al resto a escapar, ya que no parecí­a haber mucho más dinero por ahí­. Y tan rápido como llegaron se fueron, eso sí­, en coche, no a caballo.

Estos malandrines medievales actuaron rápidamente y consiguieron un botí­n de unos 20.000 euros, que imaginamos se gastarí­an en bailarinas e hidromiel. La policí­a está investigando a los ladrones, cuyas armas se creen pudieron comprar en el propio mercado. Eso sí­: su indumentaria les hizo pasar desapercibidos al entrar y salir y no hay demasiadas pistas.

La localidad de Bitche, cerca de Alemania, es el hogar de una de las ferias medievales más grandes de Francia. Este año se celebró el 28 y el 29 de Julio y contaba con puestos de comida y artesaní­a, juglares, malabaristas, exhibiciones a caballo... y este año, un robo y un par de heridos.

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Kelemvor Freshbane


Kralizec

Agosto 09, 2012, 14:23:59 #682 Ultima modificación: Agosto 09, 2012, 14:24:22 por Kralizec
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Citar70 sect members found living underground in Russia
Seventy members of an Islamist sect who have been living in an underground bunker without heat or sunlight for nearly a decade have been discovered living on the outskirts of the city of Kazan in Russia.

A reclusive sect that literally went underground to stop contact with the outside world kept 27 children in dark and unheated cells, many of them for more than a decade, prosecutors said Wednesday. The children have been freed and the parents charged with child abuse.

Some of the children, aged between 1 and 17, have never seen daylight, health officials said. The sect's 83-year-old founder Faizrakhman Satarov, who declared himself a Muslim prophet in contradiction with the principles of Islam, has also been charged with negligence, Irina Petrova, deputy prosecutor in the provincial capital of Kazan, told The Associated Press.

No members of the sect, who call themselves "muammin" after the Arabic term that means "believers," have been arrested, she said.

The children were discovered last week when police searched the sect grounds as part of a probe into the recent killing of a top Tatarstan Muslim cleric, an attack local officials blame on radical Islamist groups that have mushroomed in the oil-rich, Volga River province.

Satarov, a former top imam in the neighboring province of Bashkortostan, declared his house outside Kazan an independent Islamic state. He ordered some 70 followers to live in cells they dug under the three-story building topped by a small minaret with a tin crescent moon. Only a few sect members were allowed to leave the premises to work as traders at a local market, Russian media reported.

The children have been placed in local hospitals for observation and will temporarily live in an orphanage, pediatrician Tatyana Moroz said in televised remarks.

The cramped cells, without ventilation, heating or electricity, form eight levels under a decrepit three-story brick house on a 700-square-meter (7,530 sq. foot) plot of land. The house was built illegally and will be demolished, Tatarstan police told local media.

"They will come with bulldozers and guns, but they can demolish this house over our dead bodies!" sect member Gumer Ganiyev said on the Vesti television channel. The ailing Satarov appointed Ganiyev as his deputy "prophet," according to local media.

Satarov had followers in several other cities in Tatarstan and other Volga River provinces, local media reported.

In a 2008 interview with the Komsomolskaya Pravda daily, Satarov said that he fell out with other clerics and authorities in the Communist era, when the KGB sent him to Muslim nations with stories about religious freedom in the officially atheist Soviet Union. Government-approved Orthodox Christian, Muslim and Jewish clerics routinely traveled abroad on Soviet publicity trips.

"That's how I became Satan's servant, a traitor," the white-bearded and turbaned man was quoted as saying. "When I understood that, I repented and started preaching."

Muslim leaders in Tatarstan said Satarov's views contradict their dogma.

"Islam postulates that there are no other prophets after Mohammad," Kazan-based theologian Rais Suleimanov told the Gazeta.ru online publication Tuesday. "The teachings of Sattarov, who declared himself a prophet, have been rejected by traditional Muslims."

The sect members stopped accepting new members and are "only dangerous to themselves and their children," Suleimanov was quoted as saying.

Police entered Satarov's house last Friday as part of an ongoing investigation into the killing of Valiulla Yakupov, Tatarstan's deputy chief mufti, who was gunned down in mid-July as he left his house in Kazan. Minutes later, chief mufti Ildus Faizov was wounded in the legs after an explosive device ripped through his car in central Kazan.

Both clerics were known as critics of radical Islamist groups that advocate a strict and puritan version of Islam known as Salafism.

The emergence of Salafist groups in Tatarstan and other Volga River provinces with a sizable Muslim population has been fueled by the influx of jihadists and clerics from Chechnya and other provinces of Russia's Caucasus region, where Islamic insurgency has been raging for years.

Last year, Doku Umarov, the leader of the embattled Chechen separatists, issued a religious decree calling on radical Islamists from the Caucasus to move to the densely-populated Volga River region that includes Tatarstan.

Prosecutors have named two suspects in the cleric's killing who remain at large and arrested five others in the case. Islamist youth groups have staged rallies in Kazan demanding the detainees' release.

More than half of Tatarstan's 4 million people are Sunni Muslims. Tatars converted to Islam more than a thousand years ago, and the province became an important center of Muslim learning and culture under Tatar-Mongol rulers who controlled Russia and parts of Eastern Europe.

Islamic radicals from the Caucasus have called for the establishment of a caliphate, an independent Islamic state under Shariah law that includes the Caucasus, Tatarstan and other parts of Russia that were once part of the Golden Horde - a medieval Muslim state ruled by a Tatar-Mongol dynasty.
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Kelemvor Freshbane

Algún dí­a nosotros también tendremos nuestro propio bunker xD

EbaN de Pedralbes

Fuente: Fusion-Freak



La noticia es burra en sí­. Aunque no es la primera vez que alguien se equivoca tramitando un pedido, en esta ocasión clama al cielo: el señor Seth Horvitz compró una tele, pero cuando abrió la caja se encontró con un fusil enorme.

Por fortuna para Amazon, la venta se realizó a través de la página, pero la gestionaba un tercero, por lo que la culpa no es suya exactamente, aunque la sorpresa de desempaquetar una Sig Sauer SIG716 es una maravilla semi automática de gran calibre. El señor, en lugar de irse a matar zombies o almacenarla la ha devuelto a la policí­a, sin tener siquiera el detalle de probar a ver si el reemplazo de la tele funcionaba, aunque eso sí­: porque los rifles de asalto son ilegales en Washinton DC, hasta el punto que si lo hubiera llevado a la comisarí­a en mano hubiera sido un delito, por lo que la policí­a tuvo que ir a su apartamento.

¿El destinatario original del arma? Pues una tienda de Pennsylvania especializada en armamento. Por cierto, el rifle  "sólo" vale 2.132 dólares.
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Kelemvor Freshbane

Yo me la hubiera quedado.

Adjany

Yo la hubiera usado contra cierta gente...  icon_trollface

Cyrus Balzack

Cita de: Adjany en Agosto 09, 2012, 23:09:34
Yo la hubiera usado contra cierta gente...  icon_trollface


La cara de cierta gente al ver a Adjany con eso al hombro  icon_fuuuu


Adjany

Se nota que los guapos pensamos igual Cyrus... xDDD

Kelemvor Freshbane

Sí­, pensáis que sois guapos icon_trollface

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