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  1. "I am asking my government: 'You have decided, but where is the action?'"
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    Iraq is for Al-Jaafari not Al-Maliki

    Same as most power full man in Iraq like Al-Sistani, so he is powerful , too, following Ay. Sistani.
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    America lost 15 US Soldiers

    Hisbe Islami claims killing 15 US troops in Afghanistan Updated at: 8010 PST, Thursday, January 29, 2009 KABUL: Hisbe Islami group in Afghanistan Wednesday claimed killing 15 US soldiers in an attack on US army camp located in Kunar Province, Afghanistan. Former president Afghanistan and commander Hisbe Islami Gulbadin Hikmatyar made this claim in his statement to media persons. According to statement, Hisbe Islami militants attacked on a US army camp killing 15 US troops and wounding many more. However, no US confirmation was reported immediately after Hikmatyar’s statement.
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    Ladies Majlis in Kuwait? UAE?

    Which language you are talking about? There are enough Majjalis almost on every street, some famous neighborhood hold Majjalis one after the other after sunset until 10-11p.m sometimes. Few Places Salmyah, Rumethya, Dasma, Benied Al-ghar, Dayyiah, Mansoryah, Al-ahmadi, Kheitan, Sharq Meidan. Atleast 50% of Kuwaitis are Shia. We have Majjalis in atleast 10 languages among 140 nationalities working there.
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    Sisters of Iraq sending US Troops for Rest

    Well some Iraqi girls on this forum posting pictures and portraying they are hopeful of the United States of IRAQ and they don't have anymore obligation to adopt Hijab as it was.
  6. Hassan Kadhim, a candidate representing the Islamic Supreme Council for Iraq, one of the leading Shiite parties, dismissed concerns about the political impact of the march, saying that the overwhelming majority of the pilgrims would be back in their home districts in time to vote. “We are not worried, because they will all return before curfew on Friday,” he said. On Tuesday, pilgrims said they had been offered rides by strangers to polling stations for Saturday’s elections — as well as a ride back to where they had left off walking — as long as they voted for the Islamic Supreme Council’s candidates. “They said, ‘We will bring you back on one condition — that you vote for us,’ ” Achmed said. “We refused.”
  7. Ahmadinejad demands US apology for 'crimes' against Iran Iranian president responds to conciliatory messages from Obama and says Bush has gone into 'trash can of history' Mahmoud Ahmadinejad speaking in Kermanshah on Wednesday 28 January 2009 photograph: Hasan Sarbakhshian/AP The US should apologise for "crimes" it has committed against Iran if it wants a better relationship with Tehran, the Iranian president said today, after recent overtures to the Muslim world from the new administration in Washington. Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's uncompromising tone followed a conciliatory message from Barack Obama, the US president, earlier this week when he told the Islamic world: "We are not your enemies." In his inauguration last week, Obama offered to extend a hand of peace if Iran "unclenched(relaxed) its fist". At a rally in western Iran today, broadcast live on national television, Ahmadinejad said Iran would welcome a change in US policy provided it involved a withdrawal of American troops from abroad and an apology to Iran. "Those who say they want to make change, this is the change they should make: they should apologise to the Iranian nation and try to make up for their dark background and the crimes they have committed against the Iranian nation," he said. The Iranian leader listed a range of "crimes", such as trying to block what Tehran says is a peaceful nuclear power programme, hindering Iran's development since the 1979 revolution and other actions by US administrations dating back more than 60 years. Ahmadinejad had harsh words for George Bush, who he said "has gone into the trash can of history with a very black and shameful file full of treachery and killings. He left and, God willing, he will go to hell." In a break with his predecessor, Obama has dangled the prospect of direct talks with Tehran without preconditions. Susan Rice, the new US ambassador to the United Nations, has pledged "vigorous" and "direct" nuclear diplomacy with Iran but warned that pressure would increase if it refused to halt uranium enrichment. Analysts believe Obama's election offers "a once-in-a-generation opportunity" for a new start in relations between Tehran and Washington, which were severed after students seized the US embassy in Tehran and took more than 90 hostages following the 1979 revolution. "They will never get a new US president who is as balanced as Obama's public statements are, who talks about wanting to engage in a respectful way with Iran and who seems less encumbered by the baggage of the past," a western diplomat told the Associated Press. "It is in Iran's clear interest to engage." He warned of the risk that hardliners clinging to a "we're-winning-you're-losing rhetoric" may prevail. An Iranian opposition politician, Ebrahim Yazdi, said he did not expect movement on the issue of US relations before June, when Ahmadinejad is expected to seek re-election. Yazdi said better ties were in Iran's strategic and economic interest, adding: "The political atmosphere in Iran is now ripe, is suitable for direct negotiation with the United States." The five permanent members of the UN security council – Britain, China, France, Russia and the US – along with Germany have offered Tehran economic and energy incentives in exchange for halting its uranium enrichment programme, which the west sees as a cover to acquire a nuclear weapons capability. Tehran is pressing on with the programme, which it says is geared toward electricity generation.
  8. ÑÇÈÑŠ یŠÓ ’ǘÓÊÇä ˜æ ÈÊÇ ÏیÇ ˜À Íãáÿ ÌÇÑی ÑÀیŸ ÿ‘ ÑÇÈÑŠ یŠÓ ˜ÿ ãØÇÈÞ ÇãÑی˜À äÿ ǘÓÊÇä ˜æ ÈÊÇ ÏیÇ Àÿ ˜À ÞÈÇÆáی ÚáÇÞæŸ ãیŸ ãیÒÇÆá Íãáÿ ÌÇÑی ÑÀیŸ ÿ There are air strikes from Pakistan to Afghanistan to Gaza, so OBAMA=> BUSH LONDON: Elite Western defence experts believe that the US-led military intervention is faltering in Afghanistan and can collapse unless a robust diplomatic strategy, involving tribal outreach and a more coordinated international approach, is adopted, said International Institute for Strategic Studies survey. They also warned that the continuing US strikes in Pakistan’s tribal areas could undermine the position of President Asif Zardari. The survey also warned that continuing US strikes against alleged Taliban and al-Qaeda targets in the Pakistan’s tribal areas could undermine the position of President Asif Zardari. “To effectively pursue the campaign on terror, he will need to balance growing US pressure for military strikes in the tribal areas with the Pakistani Army’s decreasing tolerance for such attacks,” the report said. “He will have to ensure that the ensuing domestic political turbulence, heightened by the growing economic crisis, does not place his own government at risk from the Army.”
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    US is about to ship 325 Containers full of Ammo

    Israel responds to bombing with air attack Both US/Israel coward forces chase single Resistance fighters by firing missiles sitting in fighter jets, is that balance of power/force? Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert warned of a "further response" to the militants' bombing, allegedly carried out by a Hamas breakaway group identified with the al-Qaida-affiliated Global Jihad. An Israeli military aircraft struck smugglers' tunnels in Gaza early Wednesday after militants set off a deadly bomb on the Israeli border, Palestinians said. Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert warned of a "further response" to the militants' bombing, allegedly carried out by a Hamas breakaway group identified with the al-Qaida-affiliated Global Jihad, Haaretz reported. "What the (Israeli military) did today was not a response but a preliminary action," he said. The violence along the border between Israel and Gaza left one Israeli soldier and three more wounded Tuesday. A Palestinian farmer also was killed, officials said. An Israeli military official said the remote-detonated bomb appeared to have been planted along the border by someone who slipped across in the fog, The New York Times (NYSE:NYT) reported. Palestinian witnesses said the farmer was killed a short time later, the newspaper said. The Israeli military subsequently closed the border crossings and troops made a brief incursion into Gaza. "This is a harsh attack and we cannot accept it," Defense Minister Ehud Barak said. "And we will respond." Palestinian officials said Israel also shelled a house in the village of Khan Yunis, injuring two children. Israel's initial military campaign, aimed at stopping Hamas from firing rockets into Israel from Gaza, ended Jan. 18 after Israel and Hamas -- which controls Gaza -- proclaimed separate cease-fires. Israeli troops subsequently withdrew to the perimeters of the strip. U.S. President Barack Obama Monday dispatched George Mitchell, special envoy to the Middle East, on an eight-day trip to Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, France and Britain. Hamas officials told Haaretz the Israeli aircraft struck three times, sending Rafah residents fleeing from their homes. Earlier, an Israeli military aircraft fired a missile at a militant on a motorbike in the Khan Yunis area of Gaza, Haaretz said. The Shin Bet security service said the militant, identified as Hussein Abu-Shamaya, was involved in the bombing. © 2008 All rights reserved. Citing to ANS PRESS is necessary upon using news.
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    Why SHN resembles Jesus-Eassa A.S

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  11. A child waves an Iraqi flag during a provincial election campaign rally for former Iraqi premier Ibrahim al-Jaafari in northwest Baghdad. Iraq's Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and the president of its autonomous Kurdish region, Massoud Barzani, exchanged barbs on Sunday in the run-up to this month's provincial elections. (AFP/Ahmad al-Rubaye)
  12. Iraqi policewomen celebrate their graduation from the police academy in Baghdad, Iraq, Monday, Jan, 26. 2009. 490 women graduated from Iraqi police academy to be ready for Iraq's provincial elections on Jan. 31, 2009. (AP Photo/Khalid Mohammed)
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    US is about to ship 325 Containers full of Ammo

    A member of Hamas security forces looks at the remains of spent ammunition and unexploded bombs, fired by Israeli warplanes during Israel's 22-day offensive, in Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip January 26, 2009. Some 1,300 Palestinians, including at least 700 civilians, were killed, Palestinian medical officials said, in the offensive Israel launched in the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip with the declared aim of ending cross-border rocket attacks. REUTERS/Ibraheem Abu Mustafa (GAZA)
  14. To form a committee to investigate the security forces accused of waging a campaign against supporters of Shiite leader ... áÞÇÁ ãÕÇáÍÉ Èíä ÇáãÇáßí ææÝÏ ãä ÊíÇÑ ÇáÕÏÑ A reconciliation meeting between Maliki and a delegation from the Sadr trend ÈÛÏÇÏ - ÚÈÏÇáæÇÍÏ ØÚãÉ ÇáÍíÇÉ - 21/01/09// BAGHDAD - Abdulwahid Tamah life - 21/01/09 / / ÃÝÇÏÊ ãÕÇÏÑ ÍßæãíÉ æÃÎÑì Ýí ÇáÊíÇÑ ÇáÕÏÑí Çä áÞÇÁ ãÕÇáÍÉ ÌãÚ ÑÆíÓ ÇáÍßæãÉ ÒÚíã «ÍÒÈ ÇáÏÚæÉ» äæÑí ÇáãÇáßí ãÚ æÝÏ ãä ÇáÊíÇÑ ÎáÕ Çáì ÊÔßíá áÌäÉ ãÔÊÑßÉ ááÊÏÞíÞ Ýí ÇÊåÇã ÇáÕÏÑ ÞæÇÊ ÑÓãíÉ ÈÔä ÍãáÉ áÇÚÊÞÇá ÃäÕÇÑå. According to government sources, and the Sadrist movement, a reconciliation meeting that the collection of the prime minister the leader of «Dawa Party» Nuri al-Maliki with a delegation from the trend found for the formation of a joint committee to investigate Sadr's forces, an official accused of a campaign to arrest his supporters. æÞÇá ãÕÏÑ Íßæãí ãØáÚ áÜ «ÇáÍíÇÉ» Åä «ÇáãÇáßí ÇÌÊãÚ ÞÈá ÇíÇã ãÚ æÝÏ ãä ÇáÊíÇÑ ÇáÕÏÑí Öã äæÇÈÇ𻡠ãÖíÝÇð Çä ÑÆíÓ ÇáæÒÑÇÁ «íÞÏÑ ãæÞÝ ÇáÕÏÑ ÇáÑÇÝÖ ÇáÏÎæá Ýí Ãí ÊÍÇáÝ åÏÝå ÇÓÞÇØ ÇáÍßæãÉ». A government source said the beginning of «life» that «a few days ago, Maliki met with a delegation from the Sadrist movement included Vice», he said, adding that the prime minister «estimated Sadr's position not to enter into any alliance, aim to bring down the government». æßÇäÊ ãÕÇÏÑ ÇÎÑì ÃßÏÊ áÜ «ÇáÍíÇÉ»¡ ÞÈá ÇíÇã¡ Ãä ÇÌÊãÇÚÇÊ ááãÕÇáÍÉ ÚÞÏÊ Èíä ÊíÇÑ ÇáÕÏÑ æ «ÇáãÌáÓ ÇáÇÓáÇãí ÇáÇÚáì ÇáÚÑÇÞí»¡ ÈÒÚÇãÉ ÚÈÏÇáÚÒíÒ ÇáÍßíã¡ ÃÕÑø ÎáÇáå ããËáæ ÇáÕÏÑ Úáì æÖÚ ÇÓÓ ááÍæÇÑ Èíä ÇáØÑÝíä Ýí ãÞÏãåÇ ÇÚÊÈÇÑ ÇÓÞÇØ ÇáÍßæãÉ «ÎØÇð ÇÍãÑ». And other sources told «life», a few days ago, the reconciliation meetings held between the Sadr Movement and «Supreme Iraqi Islamic Council», led by Abdul Aziz al-Hakim, in which representatives of Sadr insisted on laying the foundations of dialogue between the parties in the lead as the fall of the government «red line» . æÞÇá ÇáãÕÏÑ ÇáÍßæãí ÇãÓ Çä «ÇáãÇáßí äÇÞÔ ãÚ æÝÏ ÇáÕÏÑ ãáÝ ÇáãÚÊÞáíä æÇáãåÌÑíä¡ æÎáÕ ÇáÇÌÊãÇÚ Çáì ÊÔßíá áÌäÉ ãÔÊÑßÉ ãä ÇáÊíÇÑ æÇáÍßæãÉ æÇáÌíÔ ãåãÊåÇ ÊÞÕí ÇáÍÞÇÆÞ ãíÏÇäíÇð Ýí ÇÊåÇã ÇáÊíÇÑ ÞæÇÊ ÇáÃãä ÈÔä ÍãáÇÊ ÇÚÊÞÇá æÊÚÐíÈ ÖÏ ÇäÕÇÑå æÚÑÖ ãÇ ÊÊæÕá Çáíå ãä äÊÇÆÌ Úáì ÑÆíÓ ÇáæÒÑÇÁ ÞÑíÈÇð». The government source said yesterday that the «-Maliki discussed with the delegation of Sadr file of the detainees and displaced persons, and concluded the meeting to form a joint committee of the mainstream, government and military fact-finding mission field in the current security forces accused of waging a campaign against the arrest and torture of his supporters and presented their findings to the Prime Minister soon ». Åáì Ðáß¡ ÇßÏ ÇáÞíÇÏí Ýí ÊíÇÑ ÇáÕÏÑ ÈåÇÁ ÇáÇÚÑÌí Ýí ÊÕÑíÍ Çáì «ÇáÍíÇÉ» Çä «ÇáæÝÏ äÇÞÔ ãÚ ÑÆíÓ ÇáÍßæãÉ ãáÝÇÊ äÚÊÈÑåÇ ãä ÇæáæíÇÊäÇ¡ ÈíäåÇ ÞÖíÉ ÇáãÚÊÞáíä¡ æÛÇáÈíÊåã ÓÌäæÇ ÈÏÚÇæì ßíÏíÉ ßÌÒÁ ãä ÊÕÝíÉ ÇáÍÓÇÈÇÊ ÇáÓíÇÓíÉ æÇáÇÓÇÁÉ Çáì ÇáÊíÇÑ¡ æãáÝ ÇáÚÇÆáÇÊ ÇáÊí ÇÖØÑÊåÇ ãáÇÍÞÇÊ ÇáÇÌåÒÉ ÇáÇãäíÉ Åáì ÇáäÒæÍ ãä ãÏäåÇ¡ ÈÇáÇÖÇÝÉ Çáì ÞÖíÉ ÝÕá ÚäÇÕÑ ãä ÇáÔÑØÉ æÇáÌíÔ æãæÙÝíä ãä æÙÇÆÝåã ÎáÇá ÇáÍãáÉ ÇáÚÓßÑíÉ Ýí ÇáÈÕÑÉ ÇáÚÇã ÇáãÇÖí æÛíÑåÇ ãä ÇáãÏä¡ ÈÍÌÉ ÇäÊãÇÆåã Çáì ÊíÇÑ ÇáÕÏÑ». , It said in a current leadership Bahaa al-Sadr told «life» that «the delegation discussed with the Prime Minister of the files we consider our priorities, including the issue of detainees, the majority of whom were imprisoned as part of a malicious claims settle political scores and insulting to the mainstream, and the case of families forced to face the security forces to flee their towns, in addition to the issue of the separation of police and military officers from their posts during the military campaign in Basra last year and other cities, under the pretext of belonging to al-Sadr's trend ». æÊÇÈÚ Çä «ÇáãÇáßí ÞÇá Çä ÚäÇÕÑ ÇáÊíÇÑ ÇÑÊßÈæÇ ãÎÇáÝÇÊ ßËíÑÉ¡ ãäåã ãä ÊæÑØ ÈÌÑÇÆã ÞÊá¡ ææÇÝÞäÇå ÇáÑÃí ÈÃä íäÇá ÇáÐíä ÊáØÎÊ ÇíÏíåã ÈÏãÇÁ ÇáÚÑÇÞííä ÌÒÇÁåã ÇáÚÇÏá». He added that «Maliki said that the elements of power have committed many violations, including the involvement of the murder, and the view that the compromise Uaguenah whose hands are stained with the blood of the Iraqis just punished». æÃæÖÍ ÇáÃÚÑÌí Çä «ÇááÌäÉ ÔßáÊ¡ ÇËÑ ÇááÞÇÁ¡ ÈÑÆÇÓÊí æÚÖæíÉ ÇáäÇÆÈíä ÝáÇÍ ÔäíÔá æáÞÇÁ Âá íÇÓíä ãä ÊíÇÑ ÇáÕÏÑ¡ æÚÖæíÉ ãÓÊÔÇÑíä áÑÆíÓ ÇáæÒÑÇÁ¡ ÇÍÏåã ÚÈæÏ ÇáÚíÓÇæí¡ æÖÇÈØ ÑÝíÚ ããËáÇð ãßÊÈ ÇáÞÇÆÏ ÇáÚÇã ááÞæÇÊ ÇáãÓáÍÉ». Araji said that «the Commission was formed, following the meeting, under my chairmanship and membership of Deputies, meeting Cnichl Falah Al-Yassin, from Sadr's movement, and the membership of advisers to the Prime Minister, one of Aboud al-Issawi, a senior officer and the representatives of Office of the Adjutant General of the Armed Forces». æÓÊÊæáì ÇáÊÍÞÞ ãíÏÇäíÇð ãä ÚÏÏ ÇáãÚÊÞáíä ææÖÚåã ÇáÞÇäæäí æØÈíÚÉ ÇáÊåã ÇáãæÌåÉ Åáíåã æÅÍÕÇÁ ÇáÚÇÆáÇÊ ÇáãåÌÑÉ ÈÓÈÈ ãäÇÕÑÊåÇ ááÕÏÑ». It will be a field verification of the number of detainees and their legal status and the nature of the charges against them and the census of displaced families due to its advocacy of a ». æÊæÞÚ Çä íÓÊÛÑÞ ÚãáåÇ Èíä 4 æ 6 ÇÓÇÈíÚ. He expected that the work will take between 4 and 6 weeks.
  15. Tremor rocks Quetta Updated at: 1515 PST, Monday, January 26, 2009 According to reports, the leader of HDP Hussain Ali Yousfi shot dead by unknown attackers at Jinnah Road on Monday. Angry protestors run amok and set on fire a bank after the incident. According to reports, at least 15 persons still trapped in the bank. Police fired tear gas to disperse the protestors. In reply, protestors hurled stones on the police. KARACHI: The seismological network of Pakistan Meteorological Department has recorded an earthquake of 3.7 magnitude in Quetta on Monday. According to Met office, the epicenter of earthquake was near Quetta.