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06/02/2005 | I Conferencia Internacional contra el Terrorismo

De Nuestra Redacción

Expertos de más de 50 países participan en la I Conferencia Internacional contra el Terrorismo, que se ha inaugurado en Riad y que durará cuatro días. Arabia Saudí ha expresado su deseo de contar con el apoyo de la comunidad internacional contra las células de la red Al Qaeda que actúan en ese país.

 

Organizaciones internacionales del mundo estudiarán una estrategia global antiterrorista en una conferencia que acoge desde ayer el reino petrolero de Arabia Saudita cuna del Islam y tierra natal de Osama ben Laden.

Aunque varios de los participantes, como Estados Unidos e Irán, tienen visiones muy diferentes sobre lo que es el terrorismo, el punto de coincidencia lo constituye la intención de combatir a la red terrorista Al Qaeda.

Con esta reunión, el reino wahabí también intenta enviar un mensaje al mundo en el sentido de que "no ahorra ningún esfuerzo" en el combate del terror, en contra de acusaciones en EEUU de que Riad no hace lo suficiente en este ámbito. "Queremos beneficiar de las experiencias de otros países, y la presencia de este número de delegados en la conferencia muestra que ha llegado la hora para intensificar la cooperación internacional contra el terrorismo", ha dicho el ministro saudí de Exteriores, príncipe Saud al Faisal. El príncipe heredero saudita, Abdulá Bin Abdelaziz, inauguró en Riad esta primera conferencia internacional contra el terrorismo, a la que asisten representantes de más de 50 países de todo el mundo, organizaciones defensoras de los derechos humanos, de la Unión Europea y Asia.

En la sesión inaugural, el heredero saudita pronunció un discurso en el que reiteró que el Islam rechaza la violencia y aboga por la paz entre las diferentes civilizaciones, e instó a unificar los esfuerzos de la comunidad internacional para combatir el terrorismo. También vinculó el blanqueo de dinero, el tráfico de drogas y el contrabando de armas al terrorismo internacional.

"La principal misión del centro será el intercambio de información de forma inmediata", dijo el príncipe, gobernador de facto del rico reino wahabí, en la sesión inaugural. La reunión, en la que están representadas la ONU, la Interpol y la Liga Arabe, es la primera de este tipo en Arabia Saudí, país involucrado desde hace más de dos años en una campaña contra supuestas células de red Al Qaida.

"Sabemos que el peligro del terrorismo no desaparecerá del día para la noche y que nuestra guerra contra ese mal será larga y amarga, pero estamos seguros de que al final la victoria la obtendrán las fuerzas que luchan por la paz", dijo el heredero saudí.

Por su parte, secretario general de la Liga Arabe, Amro Musa, insistió en que uno de los motivos de la violencia es "la decepción de los pueblos que no encuentren solucionadas de forma justa sus causas". "Esta es una de las principales causas del terrorismo", dijo Musa en aparente alusión al conflicto palestino. "Nosotros, en el mundo árabe, estamos unidos contra el terrorismo y condenamos todas sus formas, pero para combatirlo hay que estudiar y eliminar sus causas".

La reunión de cuatro días, la primera de este tipo en el reino wahabí, se puso en marcha en medio de excepcionales medidas de seguridad.

Entre los países invitados figuran Estados Unidos, Gran Bretaña, Francia, Alemania y Rusia, además de numerosos Estados árabes (incluidos Egipto, Yemen, Argelia, Marruecos, Siria y Jordania), y 14 asiáticos, entre ellos Japón, India, Indonesia, Pakistán, Sri Lanka, Irán y Filipinas.

En el encuentro, con el que Riad espera obtener el respaldo mundial contra la violencia protagonizada en el reino por supuestos simpatizantes de Al Qaeda desde mayo de 2003, estarán representadas nueve organizaciones internacionales, incluidas la ONU e Interpol.

De acuerdo con los organizadores, los principales asuntos a discutir son la relación del terrorismo con el blanqueo de dinero, el tráfico de drogas y el contrabando de armas, así como la experiencia de algunos países en la lucha contra el terror.

Las deliberaciones incluirán las causas del terrorismo, y la historia y la formación de las organizaciones violentas, entre otras cuestiones relativas al intercambio de información y la cooperación en materia de seguridad.

Sobre este asunto, diplomáticos y responsables de seguridad de varios países se han mostrado de acuerdo en que el terrorismo es más que un problema de seguridad, es un fenómeno multidimensional vinculado a la política, la socio-economía y la cultura.

A pesar de esto, la definición del terrorismo promete ser un punto de contención, indicaron medios de comunicación del reino wahabí, el país de donde procedieron 15 de los 19 autores de los atentados del 11 de septiembre de 2001 en EU.

La cooperación interárabe en el combate del terrorismo será tratada también durante el encuentro, especialmente tras los enfrentamientos entre la policía kuwaití y extremistas islámicos supuestamente vinculados con Al Qaeda, que en las últimas dos semanas han dejado a una decena de muertos.

Por otra parte, mientras transcurre esta cumbre, al menos cinco presuntos terroristas se rindieron ayer a la policía kuwaití en Sulaibiya, en el norte del país, mientras las fuerzas de seguridad continuaban con las operaciones de búsqueda en el área y están en máxima alerta por tercera semana consecutiva.Desde mayo del 2003, las fuerzas de seguridad saudíes están involucradas en una campaña contra supuestas "células" de Al Qaeda que el año pasado llevaron numerosos ataques en el reino, que dejaron decenas de muertos, incluidos varios extranjeros.

Entre la información circulante entre algunos miembros de las comitivas de los países participantes en la cumbre antiterrorista , se ha comentado acerca de los campamentos que cientos de terroristas de Al Qaeda han instalado en una región del Sahara conformada por los bordes fronterizos entre Mauritania, Mali, Níger, Marruecos, Túnez, Argelia y Chad, y conocida como El Triángulo del Terror.Los analistas de la CIA apuntan que "Al Qaeda quiere reconstituirse en estados africanos con instituciones débiles", y que por eso han elegido el Sahara como un "lugar propicio para entrenarse, equiparse, organizarse y reclutar adeptos", como lo fue Afganistán en los inicios de la red terrorista. Por su parte, un portavoz de la inteligencia francesa cree que "las fronteras de Europa con el Magreb" son uno de los tres "círculos de acción" actuales de la red junto con Afganistán y la península Arábiga.

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Anti-Terror Center Proposed
Raid Qusti, Arab News —

RIYADH, 6 February 2005 — Crown Prince Abdullah yesterday vowed to press ahead with Saudi Arabia’s war on terror and called for the establishment of an international center to combat and pre-empt terrorism.

“I call on all countries to set up an international center for combating terrorism. Those working in it would be experts in this field,” the crown prince said while inaugurating the international counterterrorism conference.

Prince Abdullah emphasized the need to combat arms smuggling, drug smuggling and money laundering to make the war on terrorism successful.

“It would be difficult for us to prevail in our war on terror if it does not include a decisive confrontation with these three criminal networks,” the crown prince told the delegates.

He hoped that the four-day conference attended by delegates from more than 50 countries would herald a new chapter in the global fight against terror.

“I have great hope that this conference will open a new page of effective international cooperation to establish an international community free of terrorism,” he told the delegates.

Prince Abdullah said the proposed center would “exchange and pass information instantly in a manner compatible with the speed of events and prevent them (terror attacks) before they occur.”

The crown prince’s “timely” proposal for a global center was backed by Arab League chief Amr Moussa, who said the league was prepared to help set it up.

Arab, Islamic and Western states are attending the conference, including the United States, whose delegation is led by Homeland Security adviser Frances Townsend, and Britain, whose team is headed by Edward Oakden, special representative for counterterrorism.

International organizations on hand include the United Nations, the European Union and the Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC), whose secretary-general, Ekmeleddin Ihsanoglu, called on the United Nations to “issue a resolution prohibiting the linking of terrorism with any religion.”

The Kingdom has rejected Western accusations that it is lenient with terrorism and argued that the violence committed by extremists such as Al-Qaeda followers is totally alien to Islam.

The tolerant message of Islam “is not represented by the spurious slogans raised by those who emerge from the caves of darkness and which are exploited by the enemies of Islam to tarnish its image,” Prince Abdullah said. “This conference, attended by countries affiliated to various civilizations, faiths and political systems, proves that terrorism does not differentiate between civilizations, religions and systems when it selects its victims,” he said.

“We are currently in a war with terror and anyone who backs it or justifies it,” said Prince Abdullah. “We will press ahead with this (war) with God’s help until we eradicate this evil,” he said.

Prince Abdullah warned that the global war on terror would be “bitter and protracted,” but he said he was confident that “peace-loving forces” would ultimately prevail.

In his keynote address, Prince Abdullah cited the Qur’anic verse which explains that God created mankind as males and females and made people into nations and tribes in order for them to know one another. “This eternal message from God is the true spirit of Islam, the religion of wisdom and peace,” he said.

He added: “The Prophet of Islam is the Prophet of mercy and Islam is the religion of mercy. Mercy and terrorism cannot coexist in one mind or in one house.”

The crown prince also reminded the conference that Saudi Arabia itself had been a victim of terrorism. The Kingdom has been rocked by a spate of shootings and bombings by Al-Qaeda-linked terrorists which have killed more than 220 people and wounded hundreds more since May 2003.

“The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia was among the first countries to suffer from terrorism and has warned against it and fought it with all its might on the domestic, regional and international levels,” Abdullah said.

He said the Kingdom was placing its experience with terrorism before the conference so that the conference could learn from the Saudi experience. “We need to learn from your experiences in the field. And there is no doubt that our joint experiences will assist us all, God willing, in our fight against terror.”

Addressing the conference a UN official gave a speech by Secretary-General Kofi Annan which called on countries to look at the causes of terrorism. “People must see that legitimate grievances can be addressed by peaceful means,” the envoy said, adding that measures should be “much broader than coercive”.

“Every time we stand up for human rights and fundamental freedoms we, stand up against terror. Every time we make the rule of law stronger, we make terrorism weaker,” he said.

Conference Shows Kingdom’s Resolve to Battle Terrorism
Habib Shaikh, Arab News —

JEDDAH, 6 February 2005 — The significance of the Counterterrorism International Conference that started yesterday in Riyadh has not been lost on people across the Kingdom who view it as proof of Saudi Arabia’s determination to eliminate this evil and cooperate with other countries and global organizations.

“Islam means peace, and the Kingdom is a thoroughly Islamic country following its tenets and adhering to peace like glue,” said Dr. Abdul Aziz Muhammad Al-Singergy of Egypt, who was here to perform Haj. “It has been cooperating with world bodies and countries to counter terrorism and promote peace and brotherhood.”

“The media focus on the event will beam a similar message, and the Kingdom’s determination to fight and root out terrorism,” he told Arab News at the Saudia Terminal here while he was waiting for his flight home.

Amjad Al-Hariri of Oman said the world’s biggest peace gathering — Haj — has just ended, and the Kingdom is furthering this message and its determination through this conference that comes on the heels of the annual pilgrimage. “Saudi Arabia has always denounced terrorism in and out of numerous forums and has cooperated to eliminate it,” he added.

“Saudi Arabia is doing what needs to be done, and it is being true to the Islamic faith, belief and culture,” said Abdul Kadar Aliu of Nigeria.

“It’s an important event, and the fact that so many countries and organizations are participating shows the will of the host country and the participants to face the menace collectively,” said Samar Fatany, a veteran Saudi broadcast journalist. “Saudi Arabia is also a victim of terrorism, and the conference is part of concerted, international efforts to face this threat.”

She said threats and inflammatory rhetoric cannot put a stop to terrorism. “Such statements enhance it and increase its influence. No one country can counter international terrorism by itself.”

Fatany stressed that moderation and dialogue are the dominant forces in the Saudi society. “To target Saudi Arabia alone and forget all other extremist ideologies that exist in the world is unjust,” Fatany said. “I actually believe that if there’s a conflict, it’s a politically motivated conflict, but as for people, there is no conflict there.”

She said a large segment of Saudi population is young — inexperienced and vulnerable to be hoodwinked by the extremists. “Catering to the large young segment of society and providing them with guidance and protection against extremism and fanaticism is a formidable challenge that should not be underestimated,” Fatany said.

S.A. Patel, an electronics engineer from India, said the Kingdom was a peaceful place and one where everybody felt at home — safe, secure and satisfied. “The holding of the conference here, I feel, is an extension of that message,” Patel said, “and part of Saudi Arabia’s ingrained Islamic belief and principles.”

During the next three days, the delegates are due to discuss the causes of terrorism, in addition to the relation between the scourge and money laundering as well as arms and drug trafficking. Organized by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the event is held at the King Abdul Aziz Conference Center in the Diplomatic Quarter.

Prince Miteb, the minister of municipal and rural affairs, Interior Minister Prince Naif, Foreign Minister Prince Saud Al-Faisal and Assistant Interior Minister for Security Affairs Prince Muhammad ibn Naif, who heads the Saudi delegation to the conference, attended the opening session. Other ministers present were: Minister of Commerce and Industry Hashem Yamani, Minister of Information Fouad Al-Farsy and Minister of Education Muhammad Al-Rasheed.

Saud Praises Cooperation Between GCC States
Saad Al-Matrafi & Nasser Al-Salti, Arab News —

RIYADH, 6 February 2005 — Foreign Minister Prince Saud Al-Faisal announced yesterday that Counterterrorism International Conference will deal with four major issues, including the ideology of terrorism, terrorism and drugs, past experiences and terrorist groups and organizations.

The minister said that major international organizations agree that terror attacks in Saudi Arabia have not constituted a major threat to the Kingdom.

Prince Saud stressed that the conference will concentrate on implementing major procedures globally to combat terrorism. “The conference will discuss ideas and opinions related to anti-terror campaigns,” Prince Saud said. “Therefore, we have invited countries that have past experience in dealing with terrorism.”

When asked about US President George Bush’s recent remarks directed toward the Kingdom, Prince Saud observed that friendly countries normally exchange advice freely. “When we advise the United States to change its policies in the Middle East, that does not mean we have anything against them,” he said.

The prince also noted that all President Bush did was express his hopes and ambitions “just as we express our hopes and aspirations.”

Prince Saud assured all that the Kingdom’s goal is to eradicate terrorism — not just to polish the country’s image.

Referring to recent incidents in Kuwait, the prince stressed that there is great cooperation between the GCC countries, and that they all exchange information.

“What happened in Kuwait proves that the means of cooperation is strong between the GCC countries,” he said. “The terrorists were caught before accomplishing any major attack,” he said.

In closing remarks, Prince Saud stressed that finding ways to resolve the Palestinian issue would help decrease terror attacks in the region.

Daily press briefings will be held during the conference to keep the media updated on the latest agreements and information released. Prominent delegates and key speakers involved in workshops will attend the daily press conferences to explain conference activities.

Respect for Human Rights, Reforms Key to Combating Terrorism
Raid Qusti, Arab News —

RIYADH, 6 February 2005 — A United Nations counterterrorism official said here yesterday that the respect of human freedoms and human rights in the world were a decisive tool in the fight against terrorism and that states and religious leaders need to make their condemnation of it clear.

Speaking on behalf of the UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan, Javier Ruperez of the UN Counterterrorism Executive Directorate, said at the counterterrorism conference that terrorists were using their devious methods to distort the image of Islam worldwide.

“Governments and religious leaders throughout the Islamic world must, therefore, make sure that their voices of condemnation of terrorism are clearly heard both at home and abroad,” Ruperez said.

States also have a duty to hear the full range of voices within the Islamic world, he said. “Many of those voices tell us that we cannot afford to defeat terrorism only by freezing bank accounts, sharing intelligence or bringing individual terrorists to justice. Basic human freedom must be respected by those who are combating terrorist groups. There must be movement toward better and fairer societies. Otherwise, they may not join us as we need them to in condemning and combating those who resort to violence,” said Ruperez.

“Every time we stand up for human rights and fundamental freedoms we stand against terrorism. Every time we act to resolve political disputes, we act against terrorism. Every time we make the rule of law stronger, we make terrorism weaker,” he said.

Ruperez told delegates that every state needs a principle strategy against terrorism that includes cohesive measures. He also called for a global effort to address root causes of terrorism.

“The work of the United Nations to resolve conflicts and fight poverty, defining the rights of men and women everywhere, therefore, is a vitally important part of global antiterrorism efforts,” he said.

Ruperez said that he believes “all states should work together to create a comprehensive anti-terror convention based on a definition of terrorism that makes clear that any targeting of civilians or noncombatants is wrong.”

He also said that he would personally be overseeing the implementation of a UN anti-terror strategy in the near future.

“Let every terrorist and terrorist group hear the same message from governments and international organizations everywhere: We denounce your crimes. We will work together to fight you at every turn. And we will build a world of law and piety where terrorists have no place,” he said.

The conference continues today with discussions to promote international cooperation to fight terrorism. Delegates from the United States, Algeria, China, South Africa, Nigeria, France and Colombia are slated to take part.

Link a más información:

http://www.arabnews.com/

Offnews.info (Argentina)

 



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ver + notas
 
Center for the Study of the Presidency
Freedom House