In this story, Mohamed Omar Debhi is described by AP as "an American" and a "U.S. citizen". He was born in Algeria, and arrested in Spain for financing the group Al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb.
As Hugh has asked in past similar cases, in what sense is Mohamed "an American" or a "U.S. citizen"?
Yes, apparently Mohamed has paperwork that describes him as a "U.S. citizen". But there is much more to citizenship than having a piece of paper. Here is the oath to which prospective citizens must swear:
"I hereby declare, on oath,
that I absolutely and entirely renounce and abjure all allegiance and fidelity to any foreign prince, potentate, state, or sovereignty of whom or which I have heretofore been a subject or citizen;
that I will support and defend the Constitution and laws of the United States of America against all enemies, foreign and domestic; that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same;
that I will bear arms on behalf of the United States when required by the law;
that I will perform noncombatant service in the Armed Forces of the United States when required by the law;
that I will perform work of national importance under civilian direction when required by the law; and that I take this obligation freely without any mental reservation or purpose of evasion; so help me God."
Does Mohamed swear, without any mental reservation or purpose of evasion, to support and defend the Constitution of the U.S.? The same Constitution that requires a separation between state and religion, and that guarantees the right to change one's religion without interference? The same Constitution that enforces equality of the sexes when voting?
Does Mohamed swear, without any mental reservation or purpose of evasion, to bear arms on behalf of the United States when required by law? Note that this does not say "bear arms against the United States", that wouldn't really count, and it does not include a clause, "...except when the arms are being borne against Muslims".
I think Mohamed clearly did have mental reservations, and did intend to evade his sworn oath. I think it self-evident that his oath was made in bad faith, and his citizenship is invalid.
Mohamed is no more a "U.S. citizen" than I am a medical doctor, even if I have a diploma of Medicin? Doctor from an online diploma mill. We both may have a piece of paper confering upon us some title or honor, but they would have been obtained through fraud and deception.
Mohamed is no more qualified to be a U.S. citizen than I am qualified to practice medicine. He does not have the capacity to understand our form of government, other than as some twisted and corrupt kufirocracy that is in opposition to the will of Allah, let alone the ability to swear allegiance to it. He feels no more connection to the people of the United States than he feels to a piece of faeces, for that is how Islam characterizes the filthy, najis non-Muslim.
Mohamed has nothing to offer the United States and its citizens, no knowlege or skills or creativity to benefit the nation. We gain nothing of value by granting him citizenship. If anything, we put ourselves at greater risk by even allowing him within our borders for a temporary visit.
Mohamed does not deserve the protection of our Bill of Rights. He does not deserve the protection of our legal system. He does not deserve a long process before his citizenship can be revoked.
We do not have an obligation to allow him to immigrate here, we do not have an obligation to grant him citizenship. We owe Mohamed absolutely nothing.
As you know I take an interest in pub signs of England, churches, and all sorts of other stuff. A popular name for a pub (less so since the advent of chain pubs all called Slug and Lettuce, or the Hogshead) is the Green Man. Further, the green man (as they are currently called) is an architectural feature ancient and modern. more>>>
The film "An Education" is a coming of age story adapted from a memoir by well-known Guardian journalist, Lyn Barber, from her teenage life in 1961.(1) It is her recollection of being wooed and feted as a 16 year-old girl by an older man in his mid 30s. She was a talented young girl with a lust for life. It is a "journey" film but her journey was along the wrong course and back on track again: a coming of age film. The film was released in October 2009 and critically acclaimed with eight BAFTA nominations, a nomination for a Golden Globe and numerous glowing reviews. more>>>
Anyone who is not a complete fool, and we in the West now have more than our fair share of those, should be able to see that we are at war. Islam, at least as recently as 11 September 2001, has declared war on what is commonly referred to as da Vess. Many, far too many, in the West would seem to prefer being killed to running the risk of ever offending anyone who is Muslim.more>>>
For three days in September, anti-Hindu violence wracked the Deganga area in North 24 Parganas, only 40 kilometers from the West Bengal capital of Kolkata. Though the violence has subsided, Hindu residents fear renewed attacks, which could have been the attackers' intention all along. West Bengal BJP member Tathagata Roy visited the area twice since the violence began and noted, "What struck me about the pogrom (not riot, because no Hindu hit a Muslim) is that no Hindu was physically hurt, and no Hindu woman was molested, a regular feature in all Muslim attacks. But destruction of property and threats were both rampant." From that Roy concludes that "this was a well-thought-out, well-executed pogrom whose objective was to terrorize the Hindus no end without committing any major crime beyond arson. The ultimate intention can only be to cleanse the area of Hindus with a view to totally Islamize the area." more>>>
Fragile Middle East: An Interview with Israeli Consul General Ofer Bavly
by Jerry Gordon and Mike Bates (October 2010)
The fragile Middle East Peace talks orchestrated by the Obama Administration between the Netanyahu government and the Palestinian Authority were at a critical stage when we held an interview with Israeli Consul for Florida and Puerto Rico, Ofer Bavly. We had interviewed his articulate Deputy, Paul Hirschson about the Iranian Nuclear Threat in the May 2010 edition of the New English Review. That threat was graphically in evidence at the Fall UN General Assembly annual meetings in New York with dramatic statements by Iran's President Ahmadinejad, resolute in opposing world concerns about achieving nuclear weapon supremacy in the region. Ahmadinejad rocked the proceedings with his bizarre speech accusing the US of orchestrating 9/11 in defense of Israel. more>>>
I wake up early in the morning, still suffering from jet lag. I hear the hoopoe bird and the roosters calling from the distance as the light slowly comes through the windows, a typical morning in highland southern Africa. African mornings are a dawn chorus of birds, domestic animals and in the rural areas, the sounds of mothers making tea for the family before they go to town or out onto their farms. more>>>
Stuyvesant Boys, the 1960 Graduation and the 50th Reunion
by Norman Berdichevsky (October 2010)
Stuyvesant High School in Lower Manhattan celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2004 and is regarded as one of the finest secondary schools in the United States with an outstanding reputation for the academic and professional achievements of those who have been its students. A 1957 survey found that Stuyvesant High School alumni accounted for more Ph.D.s earned in the United States than any other high school. Among its alumni are the current Attorney General Eric Holder (1969), Democratic strategist, David Axelrod (1972), Dick Morris (1964), author and former close advisor to President Bill Clinton, and myself (1960). more>>>
In 1573, the painter Paolo Caliari (a native of Verona, and so more familiarly known as Paolo Veronese) was summoned before the Venetian office of the Inquisition. He had recently completed a depiction of the Last Supper in one of the city's basilicas, and the Inquisitors wanted to know why he had filled his picture with such seemingly irreverent figures as dwarves, dogs, and a servant with a bloody nose. Particularly suspicious were a number of figures who appeared German or Swiss, and thus were presumed to represent Protestants. Veronese addressed his interlocutors with great confidence, asserting that it was his privilege and duty as an artist to paint according to the precedence of artistic tradition - he invoked the particular authority of Michelangelo, who painted nudes on the walls of the Sistine Chapel - and the lights of his own talent. Eventually, he appeased the Inquisitors by simply changing the title of his work. more>>>
Tariq Ramadan is a professor of Islamic studies at the University of Oxford's St Antony's College and a Senior Research Fellow at Doshisha University in Kyoto, Japan. He is also the president of the European Muslim Network headquartered in Brussels, and the author of some 20 books. Foreign Policy magazine named him one of the Top 100 Global Thinkers of 2009 and Time magazine calls Ramadan "One of the most important innovators for the twenty-first century." The full title of his Oxford chair is "the His Highness Hamad Bin Khalifa Al-Thani Chair in Contemporary Islamic Studies," reflecting the source of the endowment (Qatar) which has opened the doors to so much else, but Ramadan is identified by the carefully shortened version, "Professor of Contemporary Islamic Studies at Oxford University," on the book's cover. more>>>
We're Not Family, We're Not Excited, We Don't Want Innovative Programs -- We Want Something Better
I friend passed on to mea letter he recently received from a school -- hereinafter known as "X," that he had attended. It was the Passing of the Guard -- the new principal was announcing, with cloying and formulaic praise, the departure of the director of alumni affairs. My friend and informant wanted me to read the letter, and let him know if I thought he should make a large donation to the school.
I started to read the letter addressed to "Members of the X family." It was "with mixed emotions" that he announced the departure of Mr. Y who, "with unwavering expertise and dedication," had given years to the school. Mr. Y was someone who "richly deserves" to "spend more time with his family and enjoy other pursuits." Mr. Y and his wife "look foward to an exciting new chapter of their lives."
Among Mr. Y's virtues was the fact that he "demonstrated an uncommon talent" for "hiring team members" who "believe in X's mission." Mr. Y worked "tirelessly" and also developed "innovative" programs to "better serve" our allumni, and tp "forge meaningful and substantial bonds" among the alumni. He's shown "superb management skills," raised lots of money, "spearheaded a drive" to do this and then that, made "inestimable contributions" to the life of the "X community" both on and (surprise!) "off camps." His "boundless" knowledge of the alumni, his "tireless travels" both "across the nation and the world" have been "pivotal to the growth," the growth, growth, growth, of the endowment, or the school, or the school-which-is-its-endowment.
And then followed some stuff and guff bout a "national search," which would occur once the school's lords and masters had properly defined the "type of leader we need as we build our strong AA&D [Alumni Affairs and Development -- this means fundraising] program to meet" -- well, now you try to guess what the school needs to meet?
Yes, you're right -- "to meet the exciting challenges that lie ahead."
"Please join me in thanking and congratulating" a man who..."has become a dear friend."
What? Just a "dear friend"? Not a "dear personal friend"?
I'm disturbed by this. If Mr. Y, for all he's done for school X, is not a "close personal friend" or a "dear personal friend" of Principal Z, but after all those years of toil, is only a "dear friend," then something is amiss.
I don't think I'll be able recommend to my friend that he donate this year. And I might urge him not to remember X -- as that school keeps hinting, and not at all demurely, would be welcome -- in his will.
The fallout continues in response to my Big Peace article filed on Monday concerning a known Hamas operative and unindicted co-conspirator in the largest terrorism finance trial in U.S. history who was given a VIP tour of the top-secret National Counterterrorism Center (NCTC) and the FBI training center at Quantico as part of a six-week FBI Citizen Academy arranged by the FBI Chicago Field Office.
Now a Homeland Security official (requesting anonymity for fear of retaliation by superiors) has contacted Big Peace saying that "the plugs had to be pulled on our system" in order to allow Kifah Mustapha to enter the NCTC and that "the NCTC has Kifah Mustapha on the highest watch list we have. There's no way from a systems point-of-view that this could be an accidental oversight, unless they didn't bother checking at all as they are required to do."
The DHS official added, "It's as if we haven't learned anything from twenty years of reaching out to the wrong people in the Muslim community."
My report on Monday was prompted by a WLS ABC7-Chicago story over the weekend by news anchor Ben Bradley describing his participation in the FBI's Citizen Academy with Kifah Mustapha. As I noted then, curiously absent from Bradley's story was any mention of his Hamas travel partner's terror-tied background. Even more curious, ABC7 had aired an investigative report back in March about Mustapha, along with several subsequent reports about his de-certification by the Illinois State Police as a Muslim chaplain after failing a background check. Mustapha is currently suing the State Police claiming discrimination with the help of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), identified by FBI Special Agent Lara Burns during the 2008 Holy Land Foundation trial as a Hamas front group.
What makes Bradley's silence about Kifah Mustapha's activities in support of Hamas all the more odd is that one of his own ABC7 colleagues, Chuck Goudie, published an editorial three weeks before Bradley's story aired contrasting the Illinois State Police's de-certification of Mustapha and the FBI's open embrace of the Hamas operative.
Mustapha's terrorist support activities are laid out in court documents filed by federal prosecutors in the Holy Land Foundation case:
- Kifah Mustapha was personally named unindicted co-conspirator (#31) in the case, identifying him as a member of the Muslim Brotherhood's Palestine Committee that federal prosecutors say was formed to raise money for Hamas and was "committed to the globalization of Islam and violent jihad."
- Holy Land Foundation records confiscated by the FBI indicate that he was a longtime employee of the group and was paid more than $154,000 between 1996 and 2000 when the group's financial support for Hamas was at its peak.
- FBI Agent Lara Burns testified during the trial that Mustapha was a member of the notorious Al-Sakhra Band sponsored by the Holy Land Foundation and the Islamic Association for Palestine (another Hamas front group that was the parent group to CAIR) that regularly featured songs about murdering Jews and glorifying Hamas. The leader of the singing group, Mufid Abdelqader, was convicted and sentenced to 20 years in prison.
- In a deposition in a civil case filed against the Holy Land Foundation and other Islamic groups by the parents of a Chicago teenager murdered by Hamas at a bus stop in Israel (the groups were found liable in a $156 million judgment), Mustapha admitted that he was the registered agent for the Holy Land Foundation's Illinois office. His Chicago-area office was specifically named by the U.S. Treasury when the group was listed as a specially designated global terrorist group in December 2001.
- The Bridgeview Foundation, the mosque where Mustapha is presently an imam, was identified by the Chicago Tribune in 2004 as a national hot-spot for Hamas fundraising and terrorist support.
The stark contradiction of the NCTC placing an individual on a terror watch list (as represented by the Homeland Security official we spoke with yesterday) based on evidence collected by the FBI and presented by federal prosecutors in a terrorism financing trial, and then being granted access to that same top-secret NCTC facility by the same FBI, is is painfully obvious.
But it should be noted that this is not the first time that Kifah Mustapha has been granted access to secure areas accessible only to Homeland Security personnel.
In June 2006, Mustapha was part of a group led by CAIR-Chicago officials that was given a behind-the-scenes tour of Chicago's O'Hare Airport, one of the busiest airports in the nation. A report of the tour is still available on the CAIR-Chicago website, as are pictures featuring Mustapha at the secure area event hobnobbing with TSA officials.
As the Homeland Security official we spoke with noted, the U.S. Government has a very poor historical record in the "Annals of Outreach":
- As I reported here at Big Peace earlier this month, the Congressional Muslim Staff Association invited Al-Qaeda cleric Anwar Al-Aulaqi to lead prayers on Capitol Hill after 9/11. Video of Al-Aulaqi preaching to congressional staffers was included in the 2002 documentary, "Muhammad: Legacy of a Prophet". Al-Aulaqi was spiritual advisor to at least two of the 9/11 hijackers, and has been the inspiration for the Ft. Hood massacre, the Christmas Day Underwear Bomber, and the attempted Times Square bombing. He is currently subject to a kill or capture order signed by President Obama.
- In 1991, the first Muslim cleric to offer opening prayers in Congress, Siraj Wahhaj, was later named an unindicted co-conspirator in the 1995 "Day of Terror" trial of "Blind Sheikh" Omar Abdel-Rahman. The Blind Sheikh was sentenced to life in prison. Wahhaj served as a character witness for the defense during the trial. After NYC Mayor Bloomberg was told of Wahhaj's past after meeting with the imam last year, Bloomberg later apologized for taking the meeting.
- The most prominent Muslim leader during the 1990s and immediately following 9/11 was Abdurahman Alamoudi, who was appointed a "goodwill ambassador" to the Middle East by the U.S. State Deparment and was the point man for establishing the Muslim chaplain program for the Defense Department. Alamoudi was the most frequent Muslim visitor in the White House during the Clinton Administration, and was courted by then-presidential candidate George W. Bush in the 2000 election. Alamoudi also bankrolled, along with large contributions from well-heeled donors in the Middle East, the establishment of the Islamic Institute by GOP activist Grover Norquist and Alamoudi acolyte Khaled Saffuri. But Alamoudi is currently serving a 23-year prison sentence after his conviction in an international plot led by Libyan intelligence to assassinate Saudi Crown Prince (now King) Abdullah in 2003. The U.S. Treasury Department later identified Alamoudi as a top Al-Qaeda fundraiser in America, saying that "the September 2003 arrest of Alamoudi was a severe blow to al Qaida, as Alamoudi had a close relationship with al Qaida and had raised money for al Qaida in the United States."
- Helping Alamoudi hand-pick and train the Muslim chaplain corps for the Defense Department was Taha Jaber Al-Awani, chairman of the Fiqh Council of North America. However, his organization, the Graduate School of Islamic and Social Sciences, was raided by the FBI in 2002. Al-Awani was later named by federal prosecutors as "Unindicted Co-Conspirator #5? in the terrorism trial of Palestinian Islamic Jihad leader Sami Al-Arian.
- Muzammil Siddiqi met with President Bush just days after 9/11, which prompted the media to ask questions about his service as a translator for the Blind Sheikh just two months before the 1993 World Trade Center bombing, where the Blind Sheikh exhorted Siddiqui's congregation to violent jihad, and statements Siddiqi made prior to 9/11 warning of the "wrath of God" falling on the U.S. One former Secret Service agent, noting Siddiqui's close association with Alamoudi, toldFox News, "the intelligence community has known for sometime the association of Dr. Muzammil Siddiqi, and Mr. Alamoudi and their association with terrorist organizations."
- Earlier this year, a military contractor was suspended and an Army criminal investigation opened after Louay Safi was invited to speak on Islam to troops departing for Afghanistan at Ft. Hood less than a month after Army Maj. Nidal Hasan killed 13 soldiers. Safi was on base at Ft. Hood during the massacre. As noted by my colleague Andy McCarthy, Safi had been caught on federal wiretaps talking with Sami Al-Arian about President Clinton's designation of Palestinian Islamic Jihad as a terrorist organization and its impact on Al-Arian's U.S. operations. Safi was also named in a federal affidavit by U.S. Customs Special Agent David Kane in applying for a federal warrant as part of the Operation Greenquest terror finance investigation, during which Safi's office was raided by the FBI. Rowan Scarborough has also reported on statements made by Safi encouraging violence against unbelievers and advocating for armed jihad.
With the VIP tour given to Kifah Mustapha, however, the U.S. government may have reached a new low.
Ataturk's rate of rotation in his grave is increasing
As if the systematic dismantling of his reforms that allowed Turkey to temporarily rise out of the morass of Islamic malaise wasn't enough, now there comes word that his yacht was used for prostitution. From Arab News:
ANKARA: Turkey's government has seized the one-time state yacht of Kemal Ataturk, the founder of modern Turkey, following media reports that a vice ring had used the vessel to throw sex parties with prostitutes.
Eight women and two underage girls, all of whom were believed to be prostitutes, were taken for health checks after authorities in the Mediterranean city of Antalya confiscated the 136-meter Savarona, state-run Anatolian news agency reported.
Eight people, including two women, remain in custody, it said.
The Savarona had been leased to a businessman by the Finance Ministry.
"I gave the necessary instructions for the cancellation of the ship's lease," Finance Minister Mehmet Simsek told Anatolian, adding the Culture Ministry should now take ownership of the vessel.
"If the company does not agree on the cancellation of the ship's license, we will take the case to court and make the effort to have it annulled by a court ruling."
Anatolian said leaders of the sex-ring charged clients between $3,000 and $10,000 for a night with the prostitutes, who came from Russia and Ukraine.
The fact that they're kufirs probably explains why this article doesn't mention criminal charges, only that the yacht would no longer be leased to the unnamed businessman.
Ataturk, a war hero who founded Turkey from the ashes of the defeated Ottoman Empire, is Turkey's most respected figure. Statues and portraits of the warrior statesman are ubiquitous, and insults to his memory are punishable with a jail sentence.
"The prostitution scandal on the ship is a major impertinence to the memory of Ataturk," Sevigen said.
Would it be too conspiratorial to wonder whether Turkish President Abdullah G?l, Prime Minister Erdogan, and other religiously-motivated politicians purposely allowed the yacht to be used by the unnamed businessman for prostitution, and then publicized the scandal, in order to sully the memory of Ataturk, to rub his face in the dirt a little?
American citizenship makes traveling easier - that had to be the only reason this man obtained it. From AP:
MADRID - Spanish police have arrested a U.S. citizen of Algerian origin who is suspected of financing al-Qaida's North African affiliate, the Interior Ministry said Wednesday.
Mohamed Omar Debhi, 43, was arrested Tuesday in the town of Esplugues de Llobregat, a Barcelona suburb. His arrest is not connected to terrorism alerts this week in France and Britain and is just a coincidence, a ministry official said on condition of anonymity in line with ministry rules.
Debhi is suspected of laundering money and sending some of it to an associate in Algeria, Toufik Mizi, to be passed on to cells of al-Qaida in the Islamic Maghreb, a ministry statement said. Mizi is wanted in Spain after eluding a police raid in 2008.
The ministry said Debhi used bank transfers or human couriers to send Mizi amounts in excess of euro60,000 ($80,000), although it did not specify how much was sent altogether.
The statement said Debhi was "linked to crimes of financing terrorism in the Sahel for al-Qaida in the Islamic Maghreb," referring to the vast stretch of sub-Saharan territory where the terror organization has kidnapped several Europeans and other Westerners in recent years.
Some of the money Debhi sent to Algeria was transferred under the guise of business transactions that turned out to be bogus, the ministry said. He is also suspected of tax fraud and forgery in Spain.
Police who investigated Debhi have seized three PCs, hard drives and banking and other documents, the statement said. It did not specify if any intelligence had been obtained from the confiscated material.
Authorities also seized a luxury car and a boat moored in Badalona, a town just north of Barcelona, the statement said.
Mizi used to live in Spain but fled after a series of police raids in June 2008 that targeted a cell suspected of recruiting Islamic terrorists and providing logistical support for members of al-Qaida's North African affiliate. Eight people were arrested in those raids, which were carried out in Pamplona, Barcelona and the eastern city of Castellon.
The Interior Ministry official said Debhi at one point lived in Texas in a town with the postal code 77450. That corresponds to the town of Katy, near Houston. The ministry had no immediate information on when Debhi obtained U.S. citizenship, the official said.
And this prompts me to repost something I put up at NER eight months ago about another patron saint of language somewhat less sedate than sedent St. Jerome, a wayward wit who minded his P's and his Q's: Raymond Queneau.
Raymond Queneau (February 21, 1903 - October 25, 1976) was a French poet and novelist.
Innate inside Le Havre, Normandy, Queneau was the merely toddler of Auguste Queneau & Jos?phine Mignot. He received his number 1 baccalaur?at around 1919 for Latwithin & Greek, and another in 1920 for philosophy, then deliberate at a Sorbonne (1921-1923) where he was the fair student of each letters & maths, graduating by using certificates inside philosophy & psychological science. Inside 1924 he met and briefly joined a Surrealists, but obtained that their approach of allowing a unconscious produce did non lawsuit him, & he broke sustaining Andr? Breton in 1929. Queneau performed armed forces service as a zouave within Algeria and Morocco during the years 1925-1926. He married Janine Kahn within 1928, with whom he experienced one boy Jean-Marie inside 1934, and remained by having her until her dying within 1972. Queneau was drafted within 1939 but demobilized in 1940, and through the remainder of World War II, he and his personal accept a painter Elie Lascaux in Saint-L?onard-de-Noblat.
Queneau spent tremendously of his life working for French publisher Gallimard, where he began as a reader around 1938, rose to be general secretary, & sooner or later became director of l'Encyclop?die first state la Pl?iade inside 1956. When you took a select few of this period, he likewise taught at l'?cole nouvelle diamond state Neuilly. He entered a Coll?ge de 'Pataphysique in 1950, where he became Satrap, & was elected to the Acad?mie Goncourt in 1951, l'Acad?mie de l'Humour around 1952, and a jury of the Cannes Film Festival 1955-1957. In the period of this period, Queneau as well acted as a translator, notably for Amos Tutuola's The Palm Wine Drinkard ('fifty'Ivrogne dans la brousse) inside 1953.
As an creator, Queneau come to general attention around France by using a publication around 1959 of his novel Zazie dans le m?tro, and using a film adaptation by Louis Malle in 1960 at the height of the Nouvelle Vague movement in French film. Zazie' explores conversational language when opposed to 'standard' written French; the distinction which is possibly extra marked around French than within a bit of more languages. A foremost word of a book, the alarmingly hanker "Doukipudonktan" occurs as phonetic transcription of "D'o? qu'ils puent donc tant ?" "Why do they stink so much?".
Potentially prior to a instauration of the Oulipo in 1960, Queneau was attracted to mathematics as a source of inspiration. He became the member of la Soci?t? math?matique de France within 1948. Elements of a text, including on the face of it trivial details like the total of chapters, were items that experienced to exist as predetermined, mayhap potentially estimated. Mayhap non amazingly, his final function, Les fondements delaware la litt?rature d'apr?s David Hilbert (1976), attempts to choose a foundations of literature by quasi-mathematical derivations from either certain textual axioms.
Queneau is buried by having his parents in the old memorial park of Juvisy-sur-Orge, in Essone outside Paris.
Bibliography Novels Le Chiendent or even The bark-tree (1933) Gueule first state capital of south dakota (1934). Les Derniers jours or even The last days (1936) Odile (1937) Les Enfants du Limon (1938) Un Rude hiver (1939) or A Hard Winter (1948) Les temporary m?l?s (1941) Pierrot mon ami or even Pierrot (1942) Si tu t'imagines (1942) Loin delaware Rueil or even The skin of dreams (1944) In passing (1944) In eastern time toujours trop bon avec les femmes or even We always treat women too well (1947) Saint-Glinglin (1948) Le Journal intime diamond state Sally Mara (1950) Le Dimanche diamond state la vie or even The Sunday of life (1952) Zazie dans lupus erythematosus m?tro or even Zazie in the metro (1959) Les Fleurs bleues or even Between blue and blue (1965) 'Le Vol 500'Icare or even The flight of Icarus (1968)
Poetry Ch?ne et chien (1937) Les Ziaux (1943) 50'Instant deadly (1946) Midget cosmogonie portative (1950) Cent Mille Milliards first state Po?mes or even Hundred Thousand Billion Poems (1961) Le chien ? la mandoline (1965) Battre la campagne or even Beating the bushes (1967) Courir les rues or even Pounding the pavements (1967) Fendre les flots (1969) Morale ?l?mentaire (1975)
Essays and articles B?tons, chiffres et lettres (1950) Pour Une Biblioth?que Id?ale (1956) Entretiens avec Georges Charbonnier (1962) Bords (1963) Une Histoire mod?le (1966) Le Voyage nut Gr?ce (1973) Trait? des vertus d?mocratiques (1993)
Other Un Cadavre (1930) with Jacques Baron, Georges Bataille, J.-A. Boiffard, Robert Desnos, Michel Leiris, Georges Limbour, Max Morise, Jacques Pr?vert, Georges Ribemont-Dessaignes, and Roger Vitrac. Exercises delaware Style or even Exercises in style (1947) Les fondements first state la litt?rature d'apr?s David Hilbert (1976) Contes et propos (1981) Journal 1939-1940 (1986) Journaux 1914-1965' (1996)