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Abdel Hassan

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      Salam.. Can you send me a link where i can download Special Force 2 ( The game of hezbollah ) Please :)

  2. (salam) the zionist egyptian government is raising the state in the gaza boarder to emergency level. Egypt security forces along the border with the Gaza Strip have raised their readiness level over a planned Hamas rally, the Palestinian Ma'an news agency reported on Saturday, after learning that the Hamas-led Palestinian demonstrators intend to forcibly breach the border. The move comes after Palestinian police accused Egyptian security forces earlier in the week of killing four smugglers from the Gaza Strip and injuring three others on Wednesday by blowing up their cross-border tunnel. Detonating a bomb underground, Egyptian security forces collapsed a tunnel in which seven smugglers were working on Wednesday, a Palestinian police official said. Three died of smoke inhalation and a fourth from flying debris. Advertisement Hamas, in turn, had accused Egyptian forces of filling the smuggling tunnel with poisonous gas, a claim Egypt has flatly denied. Also Saturday, Egyptian daily al-Masry al-Youm reported that Egypt had also raised its security alert in the southern part of the Sinai peninsula over fears Hezbollah militants would infiltrate Egypt in order to avenge the recent imprisonment of 26 of its operatives by a Cairo court. Egypt's interior ministry, however, responded by saying that the measures taken by security forces had not been out of the ordinary and did not indicate a raised security alert. On Wednesday, an Egyptian court convicted 26 men of planning attacks inside Egypt and of being linked to Lebanese group Hezbollah. Judge Adel Abdel Salam Gomaa of the emergency state security court sentenced the men - who included Lebanese, Palestinians, Egyptians and one Sudanese - to prison terms ranging from six months to 25 years. Gomaa said the investigation proved the group intended "to strike Egypt's economy, destroy the bonds between its people and create chaos and instability throughout the country." The court's sentences may not be appealed. Only the president can overturn its verdict. The 26 detainees in the were arrested in late 2008 and early 2009 and charged with conspiring to carry out attacks against the Suez Canal and tourist sites within Egypt, spying for a foreign entity and possession of explosives. Egypt's relations with Hezbollah have been strained since the group called Egypt a "partner in crime" with Israel against Palestinians in the Gaza Strip. Some Arabs have criticized Egypt for what they say is Cairo's support of Israel's blockade of Gaza. Egypt, the only Arab state to share a border with Gaza, has said Nasrallah was trying to create chaos in the region to serve the interests of others, an apparent reference to Iran. Cairo has long had strained relations with Tehran and the two countries do not have full diplomatic ties. Nasrallah had said no more than 10 people had cooperated with Chehab, rather than the 26 Egypt accused. http://www.haaretz.com/hasen/spages/1166558.html The martyrs of the zionist egyptian alliance agression/blockade wasalam
  3. (salam) what of substance do you want them to sing of ? wasalam
  4. (salam) saudi torture of yemenis wasalam
  5. (salam) last parts of the dameer el arabi [edited out] what is wrong with unity of arabs? and the funders of this project were muslims and arabs.. wasalam
  6. (salam) videos of the saudia crimes in yemen. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gPxSJw3k2nE http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pyFAvTIJZBk&feature=related wasalam
  7. (salam) Harsh prison sentences for 'Hizbullah cell' members Author: Pakinam Amer An Egyptian Supreme State Security court on Wednesday sentenced 26 defendants who had been charged with membership in the Lebanese resistance group Hizbullah, conspiracy and terrorism charges. Four of the indicted were given life sentences, while two were given 15-year prison sentences, and 15 received ten-year prison sentences. The rest were given between seven and six-month prison terms. Four of the defendants were tried in absentia while the rest appeared in the dock, shouting "God is great!" and claiming that the court was working for the interests of "the state security of Israel" after hearing the final verdict in a trial that began less than a year earlier. The defendants--including two Lebanese, five Palestinians, one Sudanese and 18 Egyptians--were found guilty of "collecting intelligence for the interest of a foreign entity, possessing explosive material, spying and plotting against interests in the Suez Canal, digging smuggling tunnels between Egypt and Gaza, and planning attacks against Israelis and against resorts popular with them." They were arrested in November 2008. When questioned in court, the defendants denied working against Egypt's interests. They had pleaded not guilty, saying they were in Egypt to transfer weapons and material aid to Palestinian resistance forces inside the Gaza Strip. On Wednesday, and before handing down the sentences, presiding judge Adel Abdel Salam Gomaa said in response to the claims: "Does supporting the Palestinian resistance include collecting information on Egyptian [interests] in the provinces of north and south Sinai, pinpointing tourist resorts [for attack], renting property overlooking the Suez Canal, making explosives and keeping them with [one of the defendants] in the province of North Sinai?" He added that the group had intended to harm the Egyptian economy or "sever the veins" of its people. "These men have dared to question what Egypt has done for the Palestinian people," the judge said. In the dock, and after the judge's speech, several of the defendants cried out "Shame on you!" in addition to shouting slogans about Jerusalem. In past sessions, state security prosecutors had asked for death sentences for six of the defendants, charging them with espionage and treason as well as receiving aid not only from Hizbullah but also from Iran. What is now know as the "Hizbullah cell trial" featured a strong presence from the press and beefed up security around the court as truckloads of riot police, armored vehicles and checkpoints around the court. Local and international rights watchdogs have repeatedly accused Egypt's emergency courts of lacking the basic standards for a fair trial. No appeals are allowed in verdicts issued by the supreme emergency state security courts. Only the president can overturn a verdict and order a retrial. http://www.almasryalyoum.com/en/news/harsh-prison-sentences-hizbullah-cell-members wasalam
  8. (salam) it is a music about the arab situation...... [edited out] wasalam
  9. (salam) Ismail Haniyeh, the Palestinian Prime Minister, speaking on Al-Aqsa TV in Gaza earlier this week Jan 15, 2009 I write this article to Western readers across the social and political spectrum as the Israeli war machine continues to massacre my people in Gaza. To date, almost 1,000 have been killed, nearly half of whom are women and children. Last week's bombing of the UNRWA (UN Relief Works Agency) school in the Jabalya refugee camp was one of the most despicable crimes imaginable, as hundreds of civilians had abandoned their homes and sought refuge with the international agency only to be mercilessly shelled and bombed by Israel. Forty-six children and women were killed in that heinous attack while scores were injured. Evidently, Israel's withdrawal from the Gaza Strip in 2005 did not end its occupation nor, as a result, its international obligations as an occupying power. It continued to control and dominate our borders by land, sea and air. Indeed the UN has confirmed that between 2005 and 2008, the Israeli army killed nearly 1,250 Palestinians in Gaza, including 222 children. For most of that period the border crossings have remained effectively closed, with only limited quantities of food, industrial fuel, animal feed and a few other essential items, allowed in. Despite its frantic efforts to conceal it, the root cause of Israel's criminal war on Gaza is the elections of January 2006, which saw Hamas win by a substantial majority. What occurred next was that Israel alongside the United States and the European Union joined forces in an attempt to quash the democratic will of the Palestinian people. They set about reversing the decision first by obstructing the formation of a national unity government and then by making a living hell for the Palestinian people through economic strangulation. The abject failure of all these machinations finally led to this vicious war. Israel's objective is to silence all voices that express the will of the Palestinian; thereafter it would impose its own terms for a final settlement depriving us of our land, our right to Jerusalem as the rightful capital of our future state and the Palestinian refugees' right to return to their homes. Ultimately, the comprehensive siege on Gaza, which manifestly violated the Fourth Geneva Convention, prohibited the most basic medical supplies to our hospitals. It disallowed the delivery of fuel and supply of electricity to our population. And on top of all of this inhumanity, it denied them food and the freedom of movement, even to seek treatment. This led to the avoidable death of hundreds of patients and the spiralling rise of malnutrition among our children. Palestinians are appalled that the members of the European Union do not view this obscene siege as a form of aggression. Despite the overwhelming evidence, they shamelessly assert that Hamas brought this catastrophe upon the Palestinian people because it did not renew the truce. Yet we ask, did Israel honour the terms of the ceasefire mediated by Egypt in June? It did not. The agreement stipulated a lifting of the siege and an end to attacks in the West Bank and the Gaza Strip. Despite our full compliance, the Israelis persisted in murdering Palestinians in Gaza as well as the West Bank during what became known as the year of the Annapolis peace. None of the atrocities committed against our schools, universities, mosques, ministries and civil infra-structure would deter us in the pursuit of our national rights. Undoubtedly, Israel could demolish every building in the Gaza Strip but it would never shatter our determination or steadfastness to live in dignity on our land. Surely, if the gathering of civilians in a building only to then bomb it or the use of phosphorous bombs and missiles are not war crimes, then what is? How many more international treaties and conventions must Zionist Israel breach before it is held accountable? There is not a capital in the world today where free and decent people are not outraged by this brutal oppression. Neither Palestine nor the world would be the same after these crimes. There is only one way forward and no other. Our condition for a new ceasefire is clear and simple. Israel must end its criminal war and slaughter of our people, lift completely and unconditionally its illegal siege of the Gaza Strip, open all our border crossings and completely withdraw from Gaza. After this we would consider future options. Ultimately, the Palestinians are a people struggling for freedom from occupation and the establishment of an independent state with Jerusalem as its capital and the return of refugees to their villages from which they were expelled. Whatever the cost, the continuation of Israel's massacres will neither break our will nor our aspiration for freedom and independence. The writer is the Prime Minister of Gaza
  10. (salam) And on the twentieth day of Israel's deadliest offensive against the Palestinians in the Gaza Strip, Hamas leader Said Siyam joined, alongside his son and his brother, the procession of martyrs who have fallen since the beginning of the aggression.. Indeed, Hamas announced on Thursday evening the martyrdom of Interior Minister Said Siyam, who's considering to be one of Hamas's top leaders in Gaza, vowing to retaliate through commitment to the Resistance pattern and stressing that Palestinian heroes will triumph at the end. "Leader Said Siam, his son and his brother fell as martyrs in Gaza," reported Al-Quds television, a Hamas station based in Beirut. A Hamas website confirmed the report. The three fell as martyrs in an Israeli air strike on the house of Siam's brother north of Gaza City. In addition to Siam, six others were martyred in the strike, which reportedly targeted a senior Islamic Jihad leader and the head of the Al-Qassam Brigades, an armed faction affiliated with Hamas. The Israeli occupation military confirmed the strike. "In a joint operation of the Israeli Forces and the Shin Beth (internal security) a short while ago, jets attacked a building" in Gaza while Said Siam was inside with his brother Iyad and a third person," an army spokeswoman declared. "We identified hitting the target," he added. Aluf Benn, a military correspondent, said Israeli intelligence confirmed the presence of Syam and his staff near his brother’s home before ordering the assassination. MESHAAL: ISRAEL HASN'T BROKEN THE RESISTANCE The announcement of Siyam's martyrdom came as Hamas politburo chief Khlaed Mashaal was delivering a speech in which he reiterated that victory against the Zionist enemy is coming. Meshaal said that "Gaza is writing a new chapter in history today, and the future will be different from the past." Speaking from Damascus, Mashaal noted that Israel thought it would end the situation with a blow from the air, but this is the 20th day and Israel hasn't achieved a thing. "It hasn't broken the resistance, hasn't dictated its conditions. Our losses are fewer than the ones on the Israeli side," he stressed. http://www.almanar.com.lb/NewsSite/NewsDet...amp;language=en
  11. (salam) al qassam brigades shoot rpg and kalashnikoves at zionist solidre in building in gaza.. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g40HQx5PtnA
  12. Gaza death tolls passes 1,000 More than 1,000 Palestinians have been killed during Israel's 19-day war in Gaza, Palestinian medical officials have said, as clashes continue throughout the Strip. Civilians make up about 40 per cent of casualities with children accounting for a third of the dead, aid agencies and Palestinian medics said. At least 4,630 people have been injured, Hasanein Myawaya, the head of Palestinian emergency services, said. Ayman Mohyeldin, Al Jazeera's correspondent in Gaza, said while fewer Palestinians had been killed on Wednesday than during previous days, the situation for Gazans remained one of "complete fear and terror". "For those who venture out [for food]... they know that anytime they leave their house it could be the last time. "More than 80,000 Palestinians have now fled their homes because of the fighting around them ... there is a sense of overcrowding ... UN schools have taken in 35,000 refugees. 'Desperation and fear' "There is real desperation and fear among the people," he said. Mohyeldin also said that the so-called "humanitarian corridor" - the Israeli three-hour daily lull in fighting to allow food and medical supplies into Gaza - is "simply not producing a cessation of hostilities". Shelling could still be heard in parts of Gaza City during the three-hour armistice, he reported. Mads Gilbert, a surgeon with the Norwegian Aid Committee, told Al Jazeera: "This is a man-made situation that affects mainly the civilian population of Gaza who are without protection." Thirteen Israelis have been killed in the conflict, including three civilians and 10 soldiers. Alan Fisher, reporting for Al Jazeera from Israel close to the Gaza border, said around 15 rockets had been fired from the Strip into Israeli territory. As the death toll continued to rise, diplomatic efforts to bring about a ceasefire appeared to make little progress. Ban Ki-moon, the UN secretary general, arrived in Cairo earlier on Wednesday in a bid to kick-start ceasefire negotiations between Hamas - the Palestinian faction that controls the Gaza Strip - and Israel. Ban met Hosni Mubarak, the Egyptian president, on arrival and is expected to hold talks with the leaders of Jordan, Syria, Lebanon and Turkey. The UN chief has not said whether he will have direct contact with Hamas leaders. Ban has repeatedly called for both sides to immediately end hostilities, so far to no avail. Diplomacy doomed? Robert Fisk, a journalist and Middle East expert, said neither the current Gaza war nor the broader 60-year regional conflict would end without resolving the Palestinian issue. "Why are they [Palestinians] dispossessed? Why are settlements - colonies for Jews and Jews only - being built on Arab land illegally? And still it continues," he told Al Jazeera. "Unless we deal with this [Palestinian refugees], there will not be an end to this war. There might be a ceasefire in Gaza, a ceasefire in the West Bank, but there will not be an end to the war. That is the problem." Earlier this week, the United Nations Security Council agreed a binding resolution demanding an immediate ceasefire in the Strip. However, both Israel and Hamas have ignored it and continued fighting. Fisk said that Israel will be able to flout the UN ceasefire demand as long as the US - the only country to abstain from the 15-member security council vote on the resolution - continues to back Israel. "It's quite clear from Hillary Clinton [incoming US secretary of state] most recent comments that it [the US backing of Israel] will continue under Barack Obama. "I see no change, I see no hope at all in the future," Fisk said. http://english.aljazeera.net/news/middleea...1318926177.html
  13. (salam) i wish we had morales and chavez as leaders of arabs instead of the cursed dogs mubarack and "your highness" abdullah aziz :(
  14. (salam) also yesterday a whole family martyrd in the zionist terroist attack in al zeitoun gaza city a member of that family!!! :mad:
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