Manel Mselmi

Here writes Manel Mselmi. She is an activist, teacher and journalist from Brussels.

22 22 03 2019

Political Islam between Reform and Radicalism

By |2019-03-22T21:57:27+01:0022-03-2019|Autoren, Brüssel, EU, Featured Article, Gesellschaft | Kultur, Manel Mselmi, Start|0 Comments

By Manel Msalmi, European Parliament, Brussels March 19th 2019 a conference about Political Islam, Secularism and extremism was held in the European parliament by EPP group and  host by Mep Fulvio MARTUSCIELLO. The conference started with  the speech of Mep Ramona Manescu who spoke about the future of political [...]

07 07 03 2019

Towards Solving the humanitarian crisis in Yemen and Iran

By |2019-03-11T22:30:30+01:0007-03-2019|Autoren, Brüssel, EU, Featured Article, Human Rights, Manel Mselmi, Menschenrechte, Start|1 Comment

By Manel Mselmi, Brussels March 6th 2019, a conference  was held at the European parliament that turned the spotlight on the humanitarian crisis in Yemen, the worst the world is facing right now. "The situation is really dark and the economy is on its knees" Fulvio Martusciello, member of [...]

18 18 02 2019

Meeting with writer Marek Halter and the demonstration of “Muslims against Antisemitism” tomorrow in Paris

By |2019-02-19T13:17:16+01:0018-02-2019|Autoren, Brüssel, Featured Article, Gesellschaft | Kultur, Manel Mselmi, Start|0 Comments

By Manel Mselm, Brussels Famous  writer Marek Halter was visiting Belgium this weekend for the Brussels Book Fair and two lectures on his latest book "Je  rêvais de  changer le monde ". Our writer is not a man like the others. He is a man with various talents. He [...]

09 09 02 2019

Women Protests in Iran

By |2019-02-09T19:49:05+01:0009-02-2019|Autoren, Featured Article, Gesellschaft | Kultur, Manel Mselmi, Politik, Start|0 Comments

By Manel Mselmi, Paris Paris Februray 8th, a huge protest took place by the Iranian diaspora coming from so many European cities To show their solidarity with women protests in Iran and continue their fight for freedom,justice and democracy. We have met Mrs Elaheh Arj representative of women's committee of [...]

04 04 02 2019

Pope Francis visit to Abu Dhabi brings hope to the Middle East according to Imam Chalghoumi

By |2019-02-04T21:36:55+01:0004-02-2019|Autoren, Featured Article, Manel Mselmi, Start|0 Comments

By Manel Mselmi, Paris The visit of Pope Francis today to Abu Dhabi together with the imam of Alazhar Attayeb  brings a huge message of hope to the region and to the world. It is a historical event which shows that the UAE is a country of tolerance, coexistence and [...]

29 29 01 2019

Media and the fight against extremism and antisemitism at the World Economic Forum in Davos

By |2019-01-30T00:02:32+01:0029-01-2019|Autoren, Featured Article, Gesellschaft | Kultur, Manel Mselmi, Start, Wirtschaft | Soziales|0 Comments

By Manel Mselmi, World Economic forum Davos Leaders from around the world gathered at the World Economic Forum in Davos from  January 22nd to January 25th to discuss the economic, social, environmental and technological issues of the planet. These issues are vital to us, but we live in a complicated [...]

24 24 11 2018

Mohamed Bin Zayed meeting with the French president Emmanuel Macron

By |2018-11-24T13:28:43+01:0024-11-2018|Autoren, EU-Außenpolitik, Featured Article, Manel Mselmi, Politik, Start|0 Comments

By Manel Mselmi, Paris The visit of the influencial prince of UAE to France last wednesday comes as a part of an official summit in Paris. The two partners aim to deepen their bilateral cooperation in order to fight against terrorism and extremism and focus on education and culture as [...]

08 08 07 2018

Erdogan’s election and the role of the Turkish diaspora in Europe

By |2018-07-08T11:26:17+02:0008-07-2018|Autoren, Featured Article, Manel Mselmi, Politik, Start|1 Comment

By Manel Mselmi, Brussels / Belgium Turkey has issued a special decree which gives some new powers to the president, a change which limits the prime minister and the government's power and gives the president the ability to appoint vice presidents and parliamentary officials. Erdogan's triumph in the elections [...]

02 02 07 2018

Iranian regime is ready for change

By |2018-07-03T00:18:31+02:0002-07-2018|Autoren, Featured Article, Manel Mselmi, Menschenrechte, Politik, Start|0 Comments

Manel Mselmi, Blogger and human rights activist (Paris) The Iran uprising is the result of the People's will to change the oppressive and  the authoritative regime of the mohallas with a moderate and well-balanced one, a regime which guarantees  freedom and gender equality to women. Who can make a change [...]

05 05 05 2018

The “Ghriba” Pilgrimage in Djerba sends a message of Peace to the world

By |2018-05-06T13:49:25+02:0005-05-2018|Autoren, Featured Article, Gesellschaft | Kultur, Manel Mselmi, Start|0 Comments

By Manel Mselmi, Brussels The Jewish pilgrimage of the "Ghriba" was a success this year with the support of the Tunisian government together with the presence of highly important people. The island of Djerba hosts the most ancient Synaguogue in Africa which goes back to the 19th century. Thousands of [...]

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  • Verkehr muss klimafreundlicher werden, das zeigt auch ein Papier des UBA. Die unangenehme Wahrheit aussprechen möchte in der Politik kaum jemand.
  • Wer die deutsche Presse liest, könnte meinen, dass in der SPD ein massiver Linksruck stattgefunden hat – und dass dies auch die EU-Partner nervös macht. Dabei haben Esken und Walter-Borjan in einigen Punkten durchaus Recht, jedenfalls aus europäischer Sicht.
  • Die Zukunft des Klimawandels hat bereits begonnen. In Kapstadt wird das Wasser knapp, die Niederlande lernen schwimmen, und in Miami Beach floriert der Immobilienmarkt. Wie organisieren sich die Gesellschaften neu, wenn die Umwelt sich verändert?
  • Laut Oxfam zwingt der Klimawandel jedes Jahr 20 Millionen Menschen zur Flucht. Entwicklungsländer und NGO fordern einen Klimafonds.
  • Fossile Großkonzerne wie Exxon wussten früh über den Klimawandel Bescheid - doch die Öffentlichkeit führten sie jahrzehntelang in die Irre.
  • Forscher warnen: Das Klima ist sensibler als gedacht. „Kipppunkte“ im Erdsystem sind im Eis und am Amazonas möglicherweise schon erreicht.
  • Das EU-Parlament hat eine Woche vor der Weltklimakonferenz den „Klimanotstand“ für die Europäische Union ausgerufen. Eine deutliche Mehrheit der EU-Abgeordneten stimmte am Donnerstag, 28. November, in Straßburg angesichts der dramatischen Folgen des Klimawandels für die Ausrufung des „Umwelt- und Klimanotstands“.
  • Im Vergleich zu China und den USA hinkt die Europäische Union bei „grünen“ Investitionen weiterhin hinterher, warnte die Europäische Investitionsbank am Dienstag. Die Kreditinstitution teilte mit, die Finanzierungen müssten um ein Drittel erhöht werden, um bis 2050 das Ziel von Netto-Null-Emissionen zu erreichen.
  • Die Zentralbank sollte nur „grüne“ Anleihen kaufen. Das schlagen fast 60 Institutionen vor. Und tatsächlich erwägt Christine Lagarde solch eine Strategie.
  • Der Beschluss hat vor allem symbolischen Charakter: Das Europaparlament in Straßburg hat mehrheitlich eine Resolution über den "Klimanotstand" verabschiedet.

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