Publishing director Ulla Unseld-Berkéwicz was not invited.
Publishing director Ulla Unseld-Berkéwicz was not invited.
From a security point of view, this is «of the utmost importance.» Bin Laden’s numerous orders were enforced with a list of killed al Qaeda cadres. Behind each name or group was the error that led to their discovery. One group was bombed after using a satellite phone. Another Al Qaeda cell was killed after contacting Pakistani intelligence agents. A third group was undone by a cluster of cars when a US fighter plane was in the sky, on the tenth anniversary of the 11/11 attacks.
According to the new documents, bin Laden was planning a media offensive in the United States on September 1st, 2001. According to his own statements, he recorded a video message and planned a second. The documents also state that bin Laden wanted his favorite son, Hamsa, who was born in 1991, to be his successor. In other documents, bin Laden tried to convince his governors that a global terrorist organization could not be controlled by email. The Internet can be used for general news. «But the mujahideen ‘s duty of secrecy does not allow the use (of the Internet).
Couriers are the only way. «His right-hand man, Atijah Abd al Rahman, objects:» The matter is very complicated. How can we correspond with our brothers in Algeria, Iraq, Yemen and Somalia? «Sometimes there is simply no alternative to an e-mail. But the strategic direction of al-Qaeda has also been heatedly debated. Qaeda activities «should be aimed at murdering and combating the US people and their representatives,» states a document. The only way to influence US foreign policy is through attacks, he writes elsewhere.
This was intended to force the US to “leave the Muslims alone.” Bin Laden and his team brought about the fact that the Al-Qaeda organization in Iraq, a forerunner of the Islamic State (IS) militia, was fueling a civil war between Sunnis and Shiites then Vice Ayman al-Zawahri sharply criticized. The group Jihad and Reform Front wrote in a letter from 2007 that bin Laden did not condemn the «scandals» and the bloodshed that were caused in his name, for which he will be held accountable by God. Source: ntv.de, mli / AFP » You may have noticed, dear readers: Just a few days after Donald Trump took office, the new US president approved a mission against the terrorist group Al-Qaeda in Yemen. However, the mission went wrong. In addition to dozens of civilians, a Navy also died Seal.
According to the British Guardian, his father is now calling for an investigation into the planning and timing of the case. Literally he called the operation a «stupid mission.» According to a report by the «Miami Herald», the father also refused to meet the president at the delivery of the coffin at the Air Force base in Delaware. «My conscience forbids me to speak to him,» he told the newspaper. Trump is accused of having prematurely approved the operation. Source: ntv.de «» «When Suhrkamp co-partner Hans Barlach talks about the publisher, it is primarily about a» medium-term return corridor «.
Many authors are horrified. They call Bärlach’s plans a «nightmare» and announce that in the worst case they will run away. Uwe Tellkamp is deeply disappointed. After the spectacular verdict in the dispute over the Suhrkamp Verlag, writers have already threatened to leave. Bestselling author Uwe Tellkamp («The Tower») described the development in «Focus» as «startling». Should the Suhrkamp co-partner Hans Barlach (39 percent) take over power in the company, he wants to say goodbye. “I don’t want to be in a publishing house whose operator says that you don’t need to make new books, but just squeeze out the backlist.” The writer and Heinrich von Kleist Prize winner 2011, Sibylle Lewitscharoff, also presented herself publicly behind the previous managing director, Ulla Unseld-Berkéwicz.thesis statements for to kill a mockingbird
She encountered them from the start as an intelligent, generous publisher, writes Lewitscharoff in an article in the «Süddeutsche Zeitung». She called Barlach’s plans a «nightmare». “If the worst comes to the worst, I will run away immediately.” Suhrkamp author Stephan Thome (“Centrifugal Forces”) wrote in “Spiegel”: “Mr. Barlach made a bad investment when he bought a publisher that was not expecting profit can fulfill without ruining its own reputation. » Instead of selling his shares to the majority shareholders, «he would rather create a publishing house that nobody else needs». Barlach himself was quoted in «Spiegel» as saying: «I neither want to destroy Suhrkamp Verlag nor take over its intellectual leadership. Our concern is a sustainable development of the publishing house with an adequate return. » A «medium-term yield corridor» of 5 to 15 percent should be possible. Uneld-Berkéwicz holds 61 percent of the Suhrkamp Verlag through a family foundation. Barlach entered the company against her will in 2006 with his media holding Winterthur and is now in various proceedings to replace the publisher. Last Monday, the Berlin Regional Court granted the minority shareholder rights and dismissed Unseld-Berkéwicz. The decision is not yet final, Suhrkamp has announced an appeal against the decision. Source: ntv.de, dpa «» «Suhrkamp boss Unseld-Berkéwitz is dismissed as managing director of the publishing house according to a court order.
For the time being, nothing should change at the publisher. According to Suhrkamp’s lawyer Raue, the decision is not yet final. Ulla Unseld-Berkéwitz (Photo: picture alliance / dpa) Suhrkamp boss Ulla Unseld-Berkéwitz has been dismissed as managing director of the publishing house according to a court order. The district court of Berlin put a corresponding resolution of the shareholders’ meeting from November 2011 into effect retrospectively. The court found the minority shareholder Hans Barlach right.
Barlach, grandson of the sculptor Ernst Barlach (1870-1938), has a 39 percent stake in Suhrkamp Verlag, Unseld-Berkéwitz holds the remaining 61 percent through a family foundation. Uhrkamp lawyer Peter Raue said that as long as the decision is not final, it will change nothing about the current management. He assumes that the top of the publishing house will appeal the decision. First, however, they want to wait for the reasons for the judgment. The decision of the court initially relates to the parent company of the publisher. According to the decision, however, the two co-managing directors of Unseld-Berkéwitz should also be dismissed. At the request of Barlach, the court also obliged the three to pay around 282,500 euros in damages to the publisher. Barlach had complained that the management had harmed the publisher by renting event rooms in the private house of Unseld-Berkéwitz.
The reason for the decisions was initially not available. Source: ntv.de, dpa «Suhrkamp-Verlag is turning its back on Frankfurt. The publisher hopes that Berlin will continue the old traditions. But employees see their end. Suhrkamp publisher Ulla Unseld-Berkewicz (archive photo from 09/28/2004). (Photo: picture-alliance / dpa) It was a wistful celebration that took place in Frankfurt just before Christmas. The 150 or so Suhrkamp employees came together for the last time to say goodbye the spirit of the old Suhrkamp publishing house came up again, «says works council chairman Wolfgang Schneider.
Publishing director Ulla Unseld-Berkéwicz was not invited. At her instigation, Germany’s renowned publishing house will open its new domicile in Berlin in Prenzlauer Berg on January 4th – and only with part of the old workforce. How many from Frankfurt will go is not entirely clear. According to the works council, it is half, the top of the publishing house speaks of two-thirds. At the Suhrkamp headquarters in Lindenstrasse in Frankfurt’s Westend, the lights have already gone out and the last moving boxes are on their way to the capital. 60 years after the publishing house was founded, the old Suhrkamp culture closely associated with Frankfurt has come to an end.
It was authors from the «Frankfurt School» such as Theodor W. Adorno and later Jürgen Habermas who were instrumental in establishing the reputation of Suhrkamp in post-war Germany. There were also many greats in the German literary landscape such as Martin Walser or Uwe Johnson, who published in the publishing house and made Suhrkamp an intellectual pillar of the old Federal Republic. In the entrance area of the Suhrkamp publishing house in Frankfurt am Main, there is a spirit of optimism. (Photo: picture alliance / dpa) As the splendor faded increasingly after the fall of the Wall, the house made headlines for years with its power struggles reminiscent of a TV soap. After the death of the mighty Suhrkamp patriarch Siegfried Unseld in 2002, his almost 25 years younger wife Unseld-Berkéwicz – often referred to as a «beautiful widow» in the media – took power. Several managers went or had to go. And Unseld-Berkéwicz, an actress and author who tends to avoid the public, flirted with the big stage in Berlin from an early age.
The works council heard the first rumors of a possible move as early as 2004, but they were always denied. The decision to move was suddenly made in February of this year when the publisher came to an agreement with the publisher’s co-shareholders. Her greatest enemy Joachim Unseld, whom his father Siegfried Unseld had first thrown as crown prince and then from the publishing house, was only able to pacify her with a lot of money a few weeks ago. Joachim Unseld, himself a publisher in Frankfurt, sold his 20 percent stake in the operative publishing business – the lawsuit he had brought against the move was thus invalid. The publisher is now expecting stimulation from Berlin as the German cultural metropolis in order to return to the big Suhrkamp -Time to tie in. But she also openly admitted personal reasons for the move.
The courtship attempts by the Berlin Senate did her good at a time when she herself became the victim of a «public defamation campaign» by the media. At Christmas she expressed herself almost euphorically in one of her rare interviews about the hopes for Berlin: «A new framework for history, new working relationships that lead to new forms of literature and, if we are very lucky, vice versa.» The streets of the capital are wider, «there you can maybe walk a bit upright and straight ahead, let’s see,» she told the «Berliner Zeitung». While other companies are using relocations to reduce staff, there have already been new hires for Berlin . «Even in the last few years of Siegfried Unseld it was no longer easy to get qualified people from cities like Berlin, Hamburg, Munich to work in Frankfurt. That is, as it turns out, clearly different in Berlin,» said The publisher. As part of the move from Suhrkamp to Berlin, the publishing archive is being moved to the literary archive in Marbach and permanently stored there. (Photo: picture alliance / dpa) Many Suhrkamp employees resent their boss for accepting the publisher’s lofty standards of openness and has not adopted transparency internally. «We employees were not involved in the move in any way,» says works council chairman Schneider.
The editor of the Insel Verlag, which belongs to Suhrkamp, is moving with them – he will commute from Frankfurt to Berlin in the future. Uneld-Berkéwicz cultivates a special management style, said the sociologist Ulrich Beck («Risk Society»), one of Suhrkamp’s star authors, recently the «mirror». “It combines charm with a sense of power and always new ideas – a combination that not many can endure.” The part of the employees who go to Berlin now hopes that the publisher can maintain its tradition. Suhrkamp has always benefited from his workforce because they identify so much with the company, says Schneider. The publisher does not provide any information about its economic situation. Reports of recent years of loss are also not denied.
Despite successes such as Uwe Tellkamp’s novel «Der Turm», which received the German Book Prize last year, Suhrkamp lives mainly from its large «backlist» – including classics such as Hermann Hesse. Some important authors have also turned their backs on the publisher in recent years because of internal quarrels and complaints about insufficient support. Among the most prominent are Martin Walser, Daniel Kehlmann and, most recently, Katharina Hacker, who received the German Book Prize in 2006. The sale of the valuable Suhrkamp archive and the Unseld-Berkéwicz with the move to the German Literature Archive in Marbach near Stuttgart brought money into the publisher’s coffers has submitted. The price remained a secret – according to media reports it is around eight million euros.
The city of Frankfurt, which also wanted to buy the archive with the university and the state of Hesse, lost out. What ultimately remains in Frankfurt is Siegfried Unseld’s old Suhrkamp villa. There, the publishing house will continue to hold its reception for selected critics at the Frankfurt Book Fair. Source: ntv.de, Thomas Maier, dpa «Suhrkamp boss Unseld-Berkéwicz leaves about a third of the employees in Frankfurt. (Photo: picture alliance / dpa) Berlin’s Governing Mayor Klaus Wowereit (SPD) hopes that the Suhrkamp Verlag’s move to the capital will provide important impetus for cultural life. At the official opening of the new publishing house on Tuesday, Wowereit announced on Monday that the cultural metropolis of Berlin is pleased that the prestigious publishing house is located there «Suhrkamp Verlag and its authors will certainly continue to help shape and shape the intellectual life of our country,» he said. «Readers look forward to the Berlin version of Suhrkamp culture.» Temporary residence in the former Prenzlauer Berg tax office (Photo: picture alliance / dpa) The b islang Frankfurt-based traditional publisher started its work in Berlin on January 4th.
On Tuesday, Ulla Unseld-Berkéwicz, the publisher’s boss, will give an opening reception at which Wowereit will also speak. About two-thirds of the 160 employees have moved to the Spree, according to the company. The publishing house is initially housed in an intermediate home in the former Prenzlauer Berg tax office.