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Montazer Al-Zaidi

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  1. As we have seen during the course of SOFA or ex issues, Maliki installed regime is shuttling between US Embassy and Najaf Al Ashraf to a negotiated path. It's a typical approach and Maliki/any shi`iete installed government will continue to face. The most recent one is going to be Basra alongwith 19 provinces to be declared as an independent state. In todays Iran/Iraq, many opponents of the government advocate the creation of a secular state. Soroush(chosen by Ayatollah Khomeini to “Islamicize” Iran’s universities) himself supports the separation of mosque and state, but for the sake of religion. He seeks freedom of religion, not freedom from religion. Thus he speaks for a different — and potentially more effective — agenda. The medieval Islamic mystic Rumi once wrote that In a deeply religious society like Iran/Iraq, whose leaders have justified their hold on power as a divine duty or referring to Ayatollahs during trouble times of the puppet installed regime, it may take a religious counterargument to push the society toward pluralism and democracy. Soroush challenges those who claim to speak for Islam, and does so on their own terms.
  2. S.O.S; Muntazer lost arm and ribs

    Iraq to probe 'custody abuse' of Bush shoe assailant Bodyguards protect U.S. President George W. Bush . Iraqi security officers and U.S. secret service agents leapt at the man and dragged him struggling and screaming out of the room where Bush was giving a news conference with Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki. REUTERS/ Thaier al-Sudani (IRAQ) by Salam Faraj Salam Faraj – 45 mins ago BAGHDAD (AFP) – Iraq's justice system is to probe the case of the journalist who hurled his shoes at US President George W. Bush, officials said on Tuesday, as his brother said he had been beaten up by security agents. "Muntazer al-Zaidi has been transferred to the judicial authorities who have opened an investigation. But it is too soon to say who was behind this act," General Qassem Atta, spokesman for a Baghdad security plan, told AFP. The journalist's brother, meanwhile, said he has a broken arm and ribs after being struck by Iraqi security agents. Durgham Zaidi was unable to say whether Muntazer had sustained the injuries while being overpowered during Sunday's protest against Bush's visit to Baghdad or while in custody later. He said he had been told that his brother was initially held by Iraqi forces in the heavily fortified Green Zone compound in central Baghdad where the US embassy and most government offices are housed. "He has got a broken arm and ribs, and cuts to his eye and arm," said Durgham. Zaidi, 29, a journalist for private Iraqi television channel Al-Baghdadia, was swiftly overpowered by Iraqi security forces after he threw the shoes at Bush in a gesture seen as the supreme mark of disrespect in the Muslim world. An AFP journalist said that blood was visible on the ground as he was led away into custody although it was unclear if it was his. Bush, who was on a swansong visit to the battleground that came to dominate his eight-year presidency, ducked when the shoes were thrown and later made light of the incident. But Zaidi's action won him widespread plaudits in the Arab world where Bush's policies have drawn broad hostility. The Lebanese television channel NTV, known for its opposition to Washington, went as far as offering a job to the journalist. In its evening news bulletin on Monday, it said that if he takes the job, he will be paid "from the moment the first shoe was thrown". Zaidi A manager at the channel told AFP that it had made its offer known to Zaidi and was ready to post bail on his behalf. An Iraqi lawyer said Zaidi risks a miminum of two years in prison if he is successfully prosecuted for insulting a visiting head of state. In Gaza, around 20 Palestinian gunmen from the Popular Resistance Committees, a hardline militant group that has been behind a spate of rocket attacks on Israel in recent weeks, staged a demonstration in support of Zaidi. Wearing fatigues and brandishing Kalashnikov assault rifles, they stamped on photographs of the US president and held banners in support of the journalist. Egyptian independent daily Al-Badeel carried a frontpage caricature of the US flag with the sole of a shoe replacing the stars in the top corner. Even government-owned newspapers in Cairo praised Zaidi's actions. "Pelting the American president with shoes was the best way for expressing what Iraqis and Arabs feel toward Bush," wrote Al-Gomhuria editor Mohammad Ali Ibrahim. In Iraq, press comment was divided. The pro-government Al-Sabah newspaper expressed concern about the potential impact on press freedom of what it called Zaidi's "abnormal individual behaviour." But the independent Al-Dustur newspaper hailed the journalist as the "only Iraqi whose patriotic feelings made him express his opinion in this way." "It is not a declaration by the Iraqi media only, but for all Iraqis who have suffered over the years and we demand that he not be handed over to US forces," the paper said.
  3. The U.S. Navy's Military Sealift Command (MSC) said the ship was to carry 325 standard 20-foot containers of what is listed as "ammunition" on two separate journeys from the Greek port of Astakos to the Israeli port of Ashdod in mid-to-late January. The ship hired by the MSC in December was for a much larger cargo of arms, tender documents showed. That stipulated a ship to be chartered for 42 days capable of carrying 989 standard 20-foot containers from Sunny Point, North Carolina to Ashdod. The tender document said the vessel had to be capable of "carrying 5.8 million pounds (2.6 million kg) of net explosive weight", which specialist brokers said was a very large quantity. Small Diameter Bomb GBU-39/B, BRU-61/A The Jerusalem Post, citing defence officials, reported last week that a first shipment of the missiles had arrived in early December and they were used in pentetrating Hamas's underground rocket launcher sites. In September, the U.S. Congress aproved the sale of 1,000 bunker-buster missiles to Israel. The GPS-guided GBU-39 is said to be one of the most accurate bombs in the world. An F-22A Raptor flies Feb. 2, 2007, with four Small Diameter Bombs on board. Pilots and engineers from the F-22 Combined Test Force were performing load tests to ensure the GBU-39/B Small Diameter Bomb system does not exceed structural load boundaries for the Raptor. (Photo by Darin Russell)
  4. Abandoned Cars a Sign of the Times? Amira Agarib DUBAI - More than 80 vehicles found abandoned at the Dubai International Airport recently may have been left by people fleeing the country, apparently because they couldn’t repay loans after losing their jobs, according to police officials. The Director of the General Department of Airport Security, Mohammed bin Thani, said 60 cars were seized recently. Another 22 were seized by Dubai Police when they were found abandoned in a prohibited area in the airport, according to Colonel Saif Mohair Al Mazroui, Deputy Director of Traffic Department. Col Saif said police noted the increase in the number of abandoned cars in the airport after the recent lay-offs by companies due to the economic downturn. “Police found that owners of some of the cars had dumped them in the airport parking lots after they failed to pay the loan instalments, and travelled to their countries,” he said. However, Bin Thani said the evidence that the cars had been abandoned by loan defaulters was still not conclusive. He said the airport authorities had contacted banks and financial institutions to check whether the seized cars were purchased on loans. Al Mazroui said more than 455 vehicles had been seized by the General Department of Criminal Investigation over the last year. “The seizure of cars came as part of traffic police crackdown on offending drivers who parked their cars in prohibited areas in Dubai International Airport,” he said. Bin Thani said the capacity of the parking lots at Dubai International Airport was 6,000 vehicles.
  5. Dunia is moving to Karbala

    Hussein hi Darya hayn ------------------------------------------Hussein hi Dunia hayn
  6. Abdul-Aziz al-Hakim, ailing leader of the ISCI party which controls many regional governments in the Shi'ite south but is competing against Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki's Dawa Party, staged a rally in Baghdad on Tuesday attended by thousands. "In the new Iraq no one should control all power by himself," he said. (Additional reporting by Sami al-Jumaili in Kerbala; writing by Peter Graff; editing by Andrew Roche)
  7. Iran's President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad smiles as he waits for an official meeting with Iraq's Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki in Tehran January 3, 2009. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl (IRAN) Trying to stop laughing. Being head of largest shi`iete state on this globe , its too awkard for him to smile in the holy and sad month of Moharram. But its natural phenomena , one can't control it if he is ahppy from inside due to certain events. I believe he is persoanlly satisfied with the destruction of Taghooti System in Baghdad and Al-Maliki's rule of following Tehran's line of wishful actions and his visit to show Bush Baghdad still not far from Tehran's approach. In all this game Al-Maliki is coming out as victorious and savior , soon he will be called as founder of NEW IRAQ and I don't know it will be hard to topple him being the agent of Tehran and Washington at the same time. Its hard to predict which turn the camel will take to sit?
  8. I just read a shocking story of stories and thought if Palestinians were Shias , they would be crying, calling and waitng the most Awaited Imam Al Mahdi AJTFJ , but Bush-Olmert-Obama(Axis of Evil) have almost thrown us into that point , sooner or later all Palestinians and Iraqis will jointly waiting HELP from IMAM of TIME (Sahib Az Zaman)
  9. Saleem Raza assumes charge as new SBP Governor Updated at: 1135 PST, Friday, January 02, 2009 KARACHI: State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) new Governor (designate) Saleem Raza has formally assumed the charge here. Saleem Raza is the 15th Governor of the Central Bank. Earlier, Dr. Shamshad Akhtar had relinquished the post on expiry of her tenure of this office. It's to be noted sitting President , Prime Minister are basically Shi`iets. Historically, Zardari Tribes men are actually migrants from Iran. May Allah bless more power to Shi`ietes of Pakistan. Victory is at the hands of educated people of Pakistan, Its my dream that soon Pak will be Wahabie/Taleban Proof State on this globe. May Allah will continue the golden rule of Shi`ietes in the shape of Zardaries, Jilanies and an unending list of Shi`ietes/Molaies.
  10. jis Dum Yazid Shaam Mein Masnad-nashin Huwa, Sub Mulk Roosiyah Ke Zeere Rangeen Huwa, Shabbir Se Ziyad Usay Bughz-o-keen Huwa, E�izaaye Ahlebait Ke Dar Pe La�een Huwa; Kehta Tha Saltanat Ka Toh Samaan Durust Hai, Sakhti Na Unpe Ho Toh Riyasat Yeh Sust Hai. Khat Haakim-e-madina Ko Likha Ba Shadd-o-mad, Mazmoon Yeh Tha Ke Tub Hai Ita�at Teri Sanad, Bay�at Meri Husain Se Le Toh Ba Jadd-o-kad, Main Fauj Bhejta Hoon Karegi Teri Madad; Bai�yat Karein Toh Jald Idhar Bhej Deejiyo, Raazi Na Hon Toh Kaat Ke Sar Bhej Deejiyo. Pohcha Usay Madine Mein Jab Nama-e-yazid, Pardhkar Wo Khat Bohot Mutaraddid Huwa Walid, Dil Mein Kaha Yeh Zalim Toh Hai Aql Se Ba�eed, Main Fatima Ke Laal Ko Kyonkar Karoon Shaheed; Da�awa-e-saltanat Bhi Nahin Be Qusoor Hai, Aise Kinarah Kash Pa Sitam Kya Zaroor Hai. -------------- Pls describe: Jadd-o-kad?=Dada and Kids?
  11. Remembering Mir Babbar Ali Anis

    Anees broadened the scope of this genre by including in its body, in addition to the customary lamentation and mourning, realistic scenes of the battlefield, graphic delineations of the hero's face and figure, lively portrayals of the emotional states of the combatants, accurate descriptions of the landscape, and occasional interludes of moral edification. Anees was a master of simple, natural utterance, with a superb command on the language, which was always adequate to express a large variety of moods, scenes, characters and situations. He is specially notable for presenting the same scene or situation, over and over again, in different words or phrases, without letting it appear monotonous. Besides being a master of the marsia, Anees was also a specialist of the rubai, the shortest complete poem in Urdu, containing only four lines.
  12. "Muntadhar was in a good shape ... and his morale was high. Yesterday was his birthday and some patriotic officers there organized a party for him and brought birthday cake," Dhargham al-Zeidi said. The brother who met with Muntadhar al-Zeidi was taken by bus to the detention center, and two army officers supervised the meeting. The journalist is currently being held alone in a comfortable room with a bed and a TV set, his brother said. "He is being visited frequently by doctors. The food is very good," the brother added. "He said he could not wait until al-Maliki left the room to throw his shoes because then Bush would also leave and that historic opportunity would be lost," he said. Muntadhar al-Zeidi actually feared he would be killed by guards after throwing his shoes and read his last prayers before going to the news conference, his brother said. "So for him it does not matter for how long he would be imprisoned," his brother said, "because the important thing is that he restored the honor of the Iraqi people."
  13. By William Branigin and Sholnn Freeman Washington Post Staff Writers Thursday, January 15, 2009; 5:14 PM A US Airways flight from LaGuardia Airport in New York went down in the Hudson River this afternoon, and rescuers moved quickly to remove passengers from the plane. Authorities said there were no fatalities. Flight 1549, an Airbus A320 with nearly 150 passengers on board, appeared to make a controlled landing in the water shortly after takeoff from New York bound for Charlotte, N.C. Television news footage showed the aircraft resting apparently intact in the frigid water as ferries and rescue vessels surrounded it and helicopters flew overhead. Inflatable boats were deployed to carry passengers from the plane to the nearby vessels. A spokeswoman for the Federal Aviation Administration, Laura Brown, said, "My understanding is that everyone is alive. I don't know if there are any serious injuries or not." Rescued passengers told reporters they did not know of any serious injuries. Brown said the plane appeared to have hit one or more birds on takeoff. Initial accounts indicated the airliner lost both engines. "We understand there were eyewitness reports that the plane might have flown into a flock of birds," Brown said. But Ellen Howe, a spokeswoman for the Transportation Security Administration, confirmed only that there was "no known nexus to terrorism" in the downing. A Department of Homeland Security spokeswoman, Laura Keehner said, "There is no information at this time to indicate that this is a security-related incident. We continue to closely monitor the situation, which at present is focused on search and rescue." ad_icon Alberto Panero, a passenger on the plane, told CNN in a telephone interview that everyone on the plane was "pretty much okay" after the impact.
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  15. And Wahabies say " Its Bid`at"

    A pro-Palestinian demonstrator holds a doll covered with fake blood during a demonstration in Rome to protest against Israel's attacks on Gaza January 17, 2009. The sign reads 'Silence gives consent'. REUTERS/Alessia Pierdomenico (ITALY) Even now Shi`ietes are not allowed to take the Husseinie Processions in most of Arab Capitals. The Palestinians now better understand ISLAM after recent onslaught, what shias are doing since 1000s years, they have done in these 2 weeks. Thanks to Israel who have united us from E-W, N-S, We are one Wolrd against Zionists and sell-out Arab installed Dictators.
  16. Gunmen kill election candidate in Iraq - police 16 Jan 2009 18:07:26 GMT Source: Reuters BAGHDAD, Jan 16 (Reuters) - Gunmen killed a candidate in Iraq's upcoming provincial elections on Friday, police said, ahead of polls Iraqi security officials and the U.S. military say could be bloody. Haythem al-Hasnowi, a candidate from a group headed by Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki's Dawa Party, was on his way to campaign in the town of Jbela, 65 km (40 miles) south of Baghdad, when gunmen opened fire on his convoy, police said. Campaigning ahead of hotly contested provincial elections on Jan. 31 has otherwise been relatively calm, and only one other election candidate is known to have been killed. Security officials had expected a sharp rise in violence. There are 14,431 candidates registered to contest just 440 council seats across Iraq. (Writing by Mohammed Abbas: Editing by Matthew Jones)
  17. Maliki's Men facing death punishment

    The contest has proceeded relatively peacefully in the south, where Dawa has sought to capitalize on the prime minister's popularity and encroach on the power that the Supreme Council has wielded there since the last elections in 2005. Of the nine largely Shiite southern provinces, home to the sacred cities of Najaf and Karbala, the Supreme Council controls at least four, with an influential presence in the rest. Dawa claims just one, Karbala.
  18. A Palestinian boy (L) hangs a Palestinian flag on the ruins of a destroyed house after an Israeli air strike in Khan Younis in the southern Gaza Strip January 6, 2009. Israel's offensive in the Gaza Strip killed more than 30 Palestinian civilians on Tuesday, medical officials said, and international efforts to secure a ceasefire focused on an Israeli demand to prevent Hamas from rearming. REUTERS/Ibraheem Abu Mustafa (GAZA) REUTERS/IBRAHEEM ABU MUSTAFA ----------- I am not a coward Jewish mouse I am a Hamas There will be no white flag over my house Despite your Luftwaffe, SS and Panzers It was your ancestors The coward Jews Who were led like ewes To gas chambers Let your F-sixteen Drop US-made bombs in cluster On Jabalya and Beit Hanoun We will never surrender You know what I mean Remember Lebanon
  19. To Nazi Jew: No white flags over my house

    I don't know what are you talking about? 4 troops hurt in mortar attack; Grad hits Ashkelon school Mortar shells fired at Negev area injure soldiers near Eshkol kibbutz. Earlier Thursday rocket directly hits Ashkelon school
  20. Grand Son of Imam Khomeni Speech against Zionists

    Iran is the only Muslim country, where Jews have full freedom to follow their ideology. Saudis are just like Zionist who have bulldozed Holy graves of Shi`ites
  21. Nuclear Scientist underwent surgery

    AQ Khan’s sister-in-law passes away Updated at: 0315 PST, Saturday, January 17, 2009 KARACHI: The sister-in-law Badrun Nisa of prominent nuclear scientist Dr. Abdul Qadir Kahn passed away on Friday here. She was wife of Khan’s younger brother Mian Rauf. Her funeral prayer would be offered tomorrow (Saturday) and will be laid to rest later. She bereaved two sons and two daughters. No reports came confirming permission for Dr. Qadir to attend her funeral rites. It is pertinent to mention, a young cousin of AQ Kahn died some three months ago however government did not allow him to attend her funeral rituals.
  22. Report: Senior Saudi cleric OKs girls to marry The Associated Press Wed, Jan 14, 2009 (3:06 a.m.) A pan-Arab newspaper quotes Saudi Arabia's most senior Muslim cleric as saying it is OK for 10-year-old girls to marry. The London-based Al-Hayat newspaper also quotes Sheik Abdul-Aziz bin Baz, the country's grand mufti, as saying that those who believe women should not marry before the age of 25 are following a "bad path." His comments during a lecture Monday come as Saudi human rights groups are fighting to put an end to marriages involving the very young. The groups are pressing the government to define the minimum age for marriage. On Sunday, the government-run National Human Rights Commission condemned marriages of minor girls, saying such marriages are an "inhumane violation."
  23. Suicide bomb kills 4 Afghan civilians, 2 U.S. troops 17 Jan 2009 08:12:22 GMT Source: Reuters (Adds reports U.S. soldiers killed) By Hamid Shalizi KABUL, Jan 17 (Reuters) - Initial reports indicated a suicide car bomb killed two U.S. soldiers in the Afghan capital, Kabul, on Saturday, the U.S. military said, and officials and witnesses said four Afghan civilians were also killed in the blast. A sewage tanker and several cars were burning at the scene and there were bloodstains on the road as police loaded the bodies of three dead civilians onto the back of a pick-up truck and ferried wounded to nearby hospitals, a Reuters witness said. Fourteen wounded civilians were taken to the nearby Emergency Hospital and one died on the way, hospital officials said. "Two U.S. service member were killed and 12 others have been wounded," the U.S. military said in a statement. But a spokeswoman for U.S. forces in Afghanistan later said those casualty figures were initial unconfirmed reports. The bomber struck on a road lined with high concrete blast barriers that runs between the German embassy and Camp Eggers, the headquarters of a U.S. unit that trains the Afghan army and police. The presidential palace and United Nations headquarters in Afghanistan lie immediately behind Camp Eggers. A spokesman for the U.S. force based at Camp Eggers said he could not confirm the U.S. fatalities, but said three soldiers had been evacuated to a military hospital at Bagram, the main U.S. base north of Kabul. There were no Germans hurt at the embassy, a spokeswoman said. Relatives of the dead gathered outside the Emergency Hospital. A middle-aged woman was beating her head and screaming that her son had died. Another man was crying and said his son had also been killed. Taliban militants, fighting to overthrow the Western-backed Afghan government and drive out foreign troops, have launched hundreds of suicide attacks in the last two years, but most of the victims are Afghan civilians. While Taliban influence has spread from their traditional heartlands in the south and east to areas closer to the capital, there were fewer attacks inside Kabul last year than in 2007 with many more police checkpoints throughout the city. U.S. President-elect Barack Obama has pledged to make Afghanistan a foreign policy priority after he comes to office on Tuesday and is expected to approve the doubling of U.S. troops in the country from the 30,000 at present. (Additional reporting by Golnar Motevalli; Writing by Jon Hemming; Editing by Valerie Lee) No US troops killed in suicide bomb in Afghan capital 17 Jan 2009 09:29:16 GMT Source: Reuters (Corrects U.S. toll to say no U.S. troops killed after U.S. military issued erroneous statement) KABUL, Jan 17 (Reuters) - No U.S. troops were killed in a suicide car bomb attack outside a U.S. base and the German embassy in the Afghan capital on Saturday, a U.S. military spokesman said. The U.S. military previously issued a statement which said two U.S. soldiers were killed and 12 wounded in the blast, but a spokesman said that statement was issued in error and six U.S. soldiers were wounded in the blast.