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Exiled Leader Fights For Xinjang.


THINKING OUT LOUD

A couple of years ago I had set up a wifi system around my house but it was down, I am thinking of making another one and I am going to name it "wifi republic".

I am going to re-organize my blogs too, now I am testing some templates, trying and testing them at this stage. I am trying to fully utilized the latest blogspot editor. Not doubt that they are better with many needs that are taken care of. However the new blogspot editor lack fluidity where we can used different blog templates for different categories of posts or entries.

However I had thought of this new format. Try
anak matlesen to see the new format. The present PERWI is slightly messy as I had attempted to master the new blogspot editor. I think by doing that I had taken extra "memories".

I am still in the learning curve and I may not proceed with the present idea for I have to evaluate either to follow the existing system that blogspot new editor provide or do the necessary such as amending the html on the free template that I had obtained satisfactorily to get a system that I want.



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Beastfeeding or Bust

Sophie Currier tells Hannah Storm that denying a woman the opportunity to pump milk from her breasts puts her at a health risk.

| 21-Sep-07 11:32 AM EST


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England expects rugby finale rumble

South Africa are favourites after thrashing defending champions England 36-0 during the pool matches, but the Springboks believe their opponents have improved tremendously during the tournament. England are also the title holders and no country has ever successfully defended the title.

| 18-Oct-07 11:38 AM EST | (Relevance: 97.07%)

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Bhutto Survived Deadly Attack

President Gen. Pervez Musharraf labeled the attack part of a "conspiracy against democracy," reaching out to the former prime minister with whom he is trying to forge a pro-U.S., anti-militant alliance.

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America Picking up on Iraq's neighbour

Thursday, October 18, 2007

Appearing together before reporters for the first time since Mullen became chairman on Oct. 1, they expressed concern about Iran and Turkey — hot spots commanding attention even as the military focuses on the fighting in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Both leaders warned of serious repercussions if Congress were to pass a nonbinding resolution labeling as genocide the killing of up to 1.5 million Armenians in the final years of the Ottoman Empire, around World War I.

"I don't think the Turks are bluffing. I think it is that meaningful to them," Gates said. "I think there is a very real risk of perhaps not shutting us down" in terms of access to Turkish airspace for resupplying U.S. troops in Iraq, but of at least restricting it.

"I will say again it has potential to do real harm to our troops in Iraq and would strain — perhaps beyond repair — our relationship with a key ally in a vital region and in the wider war on terror," the Pentagon chief said.

At the same time, Gates said the U.S. and the Iraqis are "prepared to do the appropriate thing" in acting against the rebel Kurdistan Workers' Party, or PKK, that has conducted raids into Turkey from northern Iraq.

The Turks have expressed frustration about the lack of action by the U.S. against the group. Gates attributed that largely to a lack of specific intelligence.

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Ex-ISA detainee gets RM2.5 million

Landmark decision

Attorneys for Abdul Malek said it was the first time that a Malaysian court had awarded significant compensation to a political detainee for illegal detention and abuse.

Sivarasa said the verdict was a wake-up call for the government.

"It is good that exemplary damages were given as you really cannot justify the Internal Security Act. Any kind of detention without trial can be opened up to abuse," he added.

In an immediate response, Amnesty International Malaysia called on the government to abolish the ISA, which it said was an "arbitrary law that creates a climate for torture and ill-treatment".


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Israeli media: Nasrallah optimism burdens Olmert gov't

Hasan Hijazi - Translated

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17/10/2007

"Negotiations are ongoing but the prospect of a large-scale swap deal is still far away," Olmert's office said. The Israeli media attributed Olmert's stance to what it described as the government's embarrassment vis-à-vis the families of the two captured soldiers still held by Hezbollah. Yediot Aharonot's columnist Shimon Shiffer said that Sayyed Nasrallah has succeeded in transferring the whole crisis to the Israeli government and its leader, Olmert. He added that "the Israeli institution believes Nasrallah", therefore when he speaks in an optimistic tone, it means that the problem is at the Israeli side.
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The Lebanonese Predicament

Lebanon's presidential vote; search for consensus
Fri, 28 Sep 2007 19:58:03

By Daryoush Bavar, Press TV, Tehran

Lebanon's parliament convened on Tuesday under tight security, but failed to elect a new president.


Parliamentary Speaker, Nabih Berri, said in a statement that the session was postponed until October 23 due to the lack of a 'two-thirds quorum'.



Hezbollah slams Congress bill
Thu, 18 Oct 2007 14:23:09

Hezbollah slams US congress bill
Hezbollah has condemned US interference in Lebanon's internal affairs calling it a cover up for its crimes in Palestine and Iraq.

The US Congress has passed a bill stressing the importance of Lebanon's presidential elections being held on time and accusing Syria of hindering the process.

Hezbollah has issued a statement saying that no bill passed by the US Congress would be recognized or its aims and outcomes deliberated.
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Iran brushes off Bush 'World War III' warning

source almanartv

18/10/2007
Iran Thursday shrugged off a warning by US President George W. Bush that its nuclear program could lead to "World War III", saying his remarks only served to show Tehran's diplomatic success. "These declarations show the anger of the United States against the success of Iran on the international stage," said Abdol Reza Rahmani Fazli, the deputy head of Iran's supreme national Security Council. "The statements by the American president, who claims that Iran is seeking to make an atomic bomb, are part of a psychological war," he added.

Bush said Wednesday that he had warned world leaders they must prevent Iran from getting nuclear weapons "if you're interested in avoiding World War III." Bush was speaking a day after Russian President Vladimir Putin, who has resisted Western pressure to toughen his stance over Iran's nuclear program, made clear on a visit to Tehran that Russia would not accept any military action against Iran.

At a White House news conference, Bush expressed hope Putin would brief him on his talks in Tehran and said he would ask him to clarify recent remarks on Iran's nuclear activities. Putin said last week that Russia, which is building Iran's first atomic power plant, would "proceed from the position" that Tehran had no plans to develop nuclear weapons." Iran rejects accusations it is seeking to develop a nuclear bomb, insisting it wants nuclear technology for peaceful civilian purposes such as power generation.

Chief Iranian nuclear negotiator Ali Larijani was quoted by Iran's official IRNA news agency on Wednesday as saying that Putin had delivered a "special message" on its atomic program and other issues. No other details were given.
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Anti War Protest in London despite the Ban!

LONDON - OCTOBER 08: Musician Brian Eno looks on during an Anti-War rally on October 8, 2007 in London, England. Anti-war protesters marched down Whitehall to Parliament Square, despite being told the protest was illegal. (Photo by Daniel Berehulak/Getty Images)

| 8-Oct-07 12:23 PM EST | (Relevance: 89.23%)


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Anti War movement in US - a Reminder

(New York) There was anger on the streets outside the United Nations Tuesday. Several anti-war protestors were taken into police custody. Many voices expressed their dissent against Ahmadinejad and President Bush. CBS 2's Mary Calvi has more.

| 25-Sep-07 5:14 PM EST | (Relevance: 76.31%)


A hearing before the Senate Appropriations Committee was briefly suspended Wednesday after anti-war protestors drew the ire of committee chairman Sen. Robert Byrd. (Sept. 26)

| 26-Sep-07 4:30 PM EST | (Relevance: 76.31%)

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Google profits beat expectations

Google logo, AP
Google has seen its shares surge above $600
Web search giant Google saw its profits leap 46% in the third quarter, beating expectations as it gains market share.

The firm saw profits for the three months to the end of September hit $1.07bn (£523.4m) up from 733.4m for the same period a year earlier.

The latest rise comes after Google saw profits for the second quarter miss forecasts - which has only occurred twice in just over three years.

Google shares recently breached the $600 mark, rising $100 over four weeks.


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Caspian Sea leaders sign declaration

source almanartv

17/10/2007

The Second Summit of the Caspian Sea Littoral States ended its work in the presence of heads of state of Iran, Russia, Azerbaijan Republic, Kazakhstan and Turkmenistan in Tehran on Tuesday afternoon. They released a declaration on major regional and international issues.
Following is an excerpt of the declaration:(Click on title)

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Putin arrives in Tehran despite warning

raPutin arrives in Tehn despite warning
SOURCE ALMANARtTV

16/10/2007

Russian President Vladimir Putin, brushing off the threat of a reported plot to assassinate him, arrived in Iran on Tuesday for talks with Iran's leaders focusing on Tehran's nuclear row with the West. The Russian president was officially welcomed by Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad in Saadabad castle in Tehran.

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Qaradawi: Defend Iran against any possible US attack

16/10/2007

Prominent Muslim cleric Sheikh Yusuf al-Qaradawi has urged Muslims to defend Iran against any US possible attack against it. In an interview with Islam-Online, Sheikh Qaradawi added that as Iran is a Muslim country, it is “obligatory for all Muslims” to defend it.


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the Arab oil-producing countries (OPEC) imposed an embargo on supplies to the US on 20 October 1973.

In the wake of the 1973 Arab-Israeli war, the Arab oil-producing countries (OPEC) imposed an embargo on supplies to the US on 20 October 1973.
  • For the wider world, oil prices went through the roof, from around $3 a barrel before the war to over $11 by early the following January.

The crisis led to a recession in 1975, the first of four world downturns where oil price increases caused by events in the Middle East played a key role.


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Oil prices hovering close to $89

Turkish soldiers patrol just north of the Iraqi border
Turkey is keen to pursue Kurdish rebels despite US opposition
Oil prices are hovering close to $89 a barrel as traders weigh up supply issues and the geopolitical tensions building in the Middle East.

US light, sweet crude, which hit the record $89 mark on Wednesday before easing, is up $1.01 at $88.41 while Brent Crude added 59 cents to $83.72.

Prices had pulled back in early trading after unexpectedly large gains in US oil and petrol inventories.

But simmering tensions along the Turkey-Iraq border kept prices aloft.


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Dollar plunges to fresh Euro low

Money changer exchanges euros for dollars
European exporters are being squeezed by the high euro
The US dollar has been dragged down to a new low against the euro after the latest piece of US economic data.

Labor Department figures showed the number of people seeking unemployment benefit had leapt by the largest amount since February.

The data boosted expectations that US interest rates could be cut further before the end of the year.

In afternoon trading on Wednesday, the euro hit a high of $1.4305, before pulling back slightly.


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Bush threatens with World War III if Iran goes nuclear

source almanatv

18/10/2007

US President George W. Bush said Wednesday that he had warned world leaders they must prevent Iran from getting nuclear weapons "if you're interested in avoiding World War III."

Bush was speaking a day after Russian President Vladimir Putin, who has resisted Western pressure to toughen his stance over Iran's nuclear program, made clear on a visit to Tehran that Russia would not accept any military action against Iran.

At a White House news conference, Bush expressed hope Putin would brief him on his talks in Tehran and said he would ask him to clarify recent remarks on Iran's nuclear activities. Putin said last week that Russia, which is building Iran's first atomic power plant, would "proceed from the position" that Tehran had no plans to develop nuclear weapons."

Iran rejects accusations it is seeking to develop a nuclear bomb, insisting it wants nuclear technology for peaceful civilian purposes such as power generation.

Chief Iranian nuclear negotiator Ali Larijani was quoted by Iran's official IRNA news agency on Wednesday as saying that Putin had delivered a "special message" on its atomic program and other issues. No other details were given.



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Blackwater on its way out of Iraq

Thu, 18 Oct 2007 05:58:28

Iraq wants Blackwater expelled from the country
A State Department review of private security guards in Iraq is unlikely to recommend firing Blackwater, but it is probably on its way out.

Backwater's work escorting US diplomats outside the protected Green Zone in Baghdad expires in May 2008, US officials said Wednesday expecting the North Carolina Company not to continue to work for the embassy after that.

It is likely that Blackwater does not compete to keep the job, one official said.
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Israel & Hezbollah Plan Prisonal swap

The Israeli government and Hezbollah agreed on the details of a prisoner exchange, as each side questioned the other's motives, Haaretz reported Tuesday.

| 17-Oct-07 5:26 PM EST
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SOWETO ON THE TOURIST TRAIL

Soweto, South Africa's most famous township, is cashing in on its legacy as an epicenter of the struggle against apartheid. The former Johannesburg ghetto doesn't attract merely history buffs, but also many other travellers keen to experience some of South Africa's grittier realities....

| 20-Mar-07 12:04 PM EST
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Rugby - a game to enjoy

A basic overview of the rules of rugby.
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RWC England through to the Finals

England will play in the final after beating France 14 - 9 in Paris
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Lots of Jam – No Water.

It’s the blessed EID ULFITRI again in Kelantan.

As usual anak perantauan a.k.a “expatriate” sons of the soils returned home for the annual celebration, Some by bus or other public transports while most by cars – personal or private vehicles.

They traveled around the states to visit their relatives too for the bext few days of the EID. Kelantanese are known to be closed to their larger family. Some took the opportunity to organize makan or feast like aqiqah or thanksgiving for a newborn in the family or a house warning party

With all these activities it did cause a massive traffic jam. Yesterday no hired cars (taxis) was willing to go to Kota Bharu, the drivers claimed it took them at least twice the normal time. The were very selective of their destination they were committed to go.

Well that’s not the only problem and malaise occurring, with the influx of the returnees – Kelantan run short of the much needed H2O. Water supply have always been a problem in my area. The shortage means we could not properly wash ourselves, have our Hari Raya cookies and dishes done on time. We have to do nasi himpit (kapit) or compressed rice with peanut sauce on the second day of the Eid.

Wishing you the Blessing of the EID and have a nice and rewarding 6 days of Shawal fasting.



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Adding Google adSense to a Blogger Blog

In this video we show you how to add adSense ads to your your google blog to start earing money from your Google Blogger Blog.


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The Forgotten Injustice - some blood money!

3 Chenchens win suit in Strasbourg
Publication time: 5 October 2007, 17:27

The European Court of Human Rights ruled on Thursday to award compensation to three plaintiffs from Chechnya who survived a mopping-up operation by federal occupation forces in Grozny in 2000.

The Strasbourg-based court ruled that federal government should pay the three women almost 200,000 euros, Ekho Moskvy radio reported. Two of the plaintiffs barely survived the operation in January 2000, while the third witnessed the execution of her relatives by Russian invaders, the radio station said.


Source: Reuters

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Added: September 12, 2007
From: 1obsolete
chechnya inside rebel territory
a report from chechnya mass killings of civilians
russian attempts to portray the war in chechnya as a war on terror is both a lie and a failure nearly all those killed and tortured are innocent civilians a a genocide against a tiny nation.

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Taqwa & Jihad Only a Slogan Part 2

Publication time: 10 October 2007, 19:39

Finally the much feared assault on Waziristan has been unleashed by apostate Musharraf regime using heavy artillery, attack helicopters and air force jets, pounding suspected Mujahideen positions in the populous area of Mirali. There are conflicting claims of casualties on both sides amid reports of heavy civilian deaths and indiscriminate bombing of population centers. The assault comes just a day before the new military command of Munafiqeen Pakistan Army took charge on 8th October. The present fighting around Mirali s been described as the heaviest since 2001.

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U.S. may attack, but will Iran fight back?

Publication time: 12 September 2007, 20:46

For several years tensions between the United States and Iran over the latter's nuclear program have waxed and waned. War between the two sides has been confidently predicted, with even the date of the US attack given by Internet pundits. Nothing happened. With so many past false alarms it is hard to take seriously the renewed rumors of war between the two sides. However, this time things may be different.

US President George W Bush has said he will not leave office (in January 2009) with Iran retaining the capability to develop nuclear weapons. Unless Iran agrees to give up all hope of a nuclear-weapons program, as Libya and North Korea have done, a US military strike against Iran will probably occur at some point between now and the US presidential elections in November 2008. A short, victorious war with Iran, leaving its nuclear facilities in ruins, will, it is hoped, assure the Republican candidate of victory in that election.



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Hungary Government Wants to tax prostitute

Officials in Hungary are trying to get prostitutes to join a program that will give them pensions and health benefits while allowing the government to tax their income. (Oct. 3)

| 3-Oct-07 12:58 PM EST

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Faster Wireless Speed in South Korea

Researchers in South Korea have developed a fourth-generation wireless system that can transmit data at a speed of 3.6 gigabits per second.

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The APPLE iPhone

AP technology editor Matt Fordahl gives his initial impressions on Apple's iPhone and its performance on ATT's sluggish EDGE network. (July 2)

Apple fans are lining up, while its competitors and industry analysts are watching, as the company's iPhone goes on sale on Friday. (June 30)

| 29-Jun-07 12:05 PM EST


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Next gen. computers to mind read

Wed, 03 Oct 2007 22:15:34

Scientists say the next generation of computers will be ones that can read the mind and analyze its emotional and physical health.

Researchers with the Human Computer Interaction group at Tufts have recently come up with a computer which can tell whether the user is overworked, under-worked or not working at all.



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MKO fueling Iran-West tension

Thu, 27 Sep 2007 20:30:52

The terrorist group MKO has alleged that Iran is constructing a secret underground nuclear facility for military purposes in central Iran.


The group claimed on Thursday that the new underground military facility is located near the Natanz uranium enrichment plant.


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Flying car to take off in a year

MIT scientists take another step towards aero-auto hybrids by producing the first automated folding wing for light sport aircrafts.


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Google No 1 World's Search Engine

Thu, 11 Oct 2007 23:21:02

Google has powered more than 37 billion out of 61 billion search requests carried out around the world in August, according to a report.

A global study carried out in August revealed that more than half of 750 million users turn to Google for searching the web, BBC reported.


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Due to Sinister Foreign Intervention ?

Lebanese parties arming for conflict
Sun, 14 Oct 2007 12:02:56

Hezbollah MP Hussein al-Haj Hassan has given word that Lebanon's parties are arming their supporters in preparation for internal conflict.

The lawmaker said Saturday that Samir Geagea leader of the right-wing Lebanese Forces, Walid Jumblatt leader of the Socialist Progressive Party, and Saad Al-Hariri chairman of the Al-Mustaqbal faction are preparing their supporters for a domestic armed confrontation.

Al-Haj Hassan added that the National Army informed the government of such developments, but that the ruling March 14 Alliance censured the media.
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UK Iraq troops in mental agony

Sun, 14 Oct 2007 13:25:49

As Britain has pulled hundreds of troops out of Iraq, doctors are treating not only their physical wounds, but also the mental ones.

More than four years of conflict in Iraq, and six years of fighting in Afghanistan, have taken a toll on the armed forces, both in terms of the number killed as well as the number mentally and physically wounded, Reuters reported.



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Assad: : cover up failed IAF strike & ME conference

source almanarTV

11/10/2007 Syrian President Bashar Assad said in an interview with two Tunisian newspapers published Thursday that Israel is trying to cover up the failure of an Israel Air Force strike on his country early last month

"Syria has not received an invitation to the conference, and even if it did, it will not take part in a conference that lacks the chances of success,"
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Battle raged as Somalian were celebrating their Eid-ul- fitr festival.

Mogadishu source allAfrica.com

A deadly clash took place in the former spaghetti plant which is currently the base of the Ethiopian troops in Mogadishu. The sounds of big explosion followed by serious cross fire could be heard.

The battle started at around 9:15pm local time and was active for more than forty minutes.


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Rugby world cup 2007

a little video about the rugby world cup, including the england winning kick in 2003, the new zealands haka and some leicester clips just because they are the best lol.
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Inside Iraq - Iraq's healthcare crisis - 12 Oct 07

Inside Iraq looks at the crisis facing Iraq's healthcare system. Experts say that as many as half of the estimated 655,000 civilian deaths in the war so far might have been avoided if proper medical care had been provided but billions of dollars intended for the reconstruction of the country's medical and hospital network have gone missing while 18,000 doctors have left the country and the remaining ones have been the targets of kidnappings and murder.
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Rugby world cup 2007

a little video about the rugby world cup, including the england winning kick in 2003, the new zealands haka and some leicester clips just because they are the best lol.
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Everywoman - Breast Cancer - 12 Oct 07 -

We talk to Dr Houriya Kazim, a leading breast cancer specialist in the Middle East.
1. Have Children Early
2. Breast feed your children
3. Do not take hormones

Breast cancer is treatable, if diagnosed early.
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Inside Myanmar: The Crackdown - 10 Oct 07

For this extended special news programme, Al Jazeera's Tony Birtley went undercover in Myanmar to report exclusively on the people's protests and resulting bloody crackdown by Myanmar's military government, talking to the protesters, filming the bloody crackdown and gauging the mood of the nation.
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Suhakam's hands-off attitude slammed

BERSIH is outraged over Suhakam's hands-off attitude over the Batu Buruk incident in which two men were shot by a police officer amidst a bloody crackdown on a public assembly on electoral reform.

Suhakam's refusal to conduct a public inquiry amounts to abating the violent suppression of the right to assembly and abdicating its responsibility as the guardian of human rights in Malaysia.

It is shocking and highly disappointing that Suhakam chose to interpret the Suhakam Act in such a narrow perspective despite its preliminary fact-finding team concluding that there was evidence of police brutality and human rights violations during the incident.

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How would the space mission solve our problems?

Parti Sosialis Malaysia (PSM) is amused by the fanatical atmosphere and the publicity generated on the launch of the first Malaysian to space. It is yet another desperate move by the ruling party to beat up the drums on this space mission after the 50 years Merdeka celebration fizzled out and when people came back to reality. Now it is a space fantasy which is taking us on another ride of the Malaysian Boleh trip.

The reality is Malaysia exchanged palmoil for a space trip. In October 2003, the Malaysian Government signed an agreement with Russia where Russia will buy RM1.1 billion worth of palm oil and send a Malaysian into space as part of a multi-billion-ringgit deal for 18 Sukhoi 30-MKM fighter jets.


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US deficit far greater then a year ago

The U.S. government ran a monthly budget deficit of $116.97 billion in August, up 81 percent from a year earlier, the Treasury Department said Thursday.

| 13-Sep-07 4:06 PM EST | (Relevance: 97.42%)


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Made in USA' crisis in Iraq

Sat, 13 Oct 2007 20:57:46
By Ismail Salami, Press TV, Tehran
The recent reports of the Blackwater shooting last month questioned the statements by Blackwater murderous mercenary thugs that they were responding to armed insurgents when 17 Iraqis were massacred in cold blood on September 16 at a Baghdad intersection.

The three rooftop Kurdish witnesses said they had not seen any gunfire, which could have possibly provoked the shooting by Blackwater guards. Forensic evidence indicated gunfire came only from the guns normally used by security guards and American military.


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Leader underlines Muslims unity


Sat, 13 Oct 2007 16:32:21
The Leader of the Islamic Revolution underlines the importance of unity among Muslims to confront the plots hatched by the enemies.

A true Eid is a day when Muslims set aside all differences and draw on Islamic teachings to restore their glory and power, said Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei, during a meeting with Iranian officials and diplomats on the occasion of Eid al-Fitr.


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Leader slams ME peace conference


Sat, 13 Oct 2007 14:54:19

Ayatollah Khamenei addressess the Eid al-Fitr congregation.
Leader of the Islamic Revolution has said that the upcoming US-sponsored Middle East peace conference is aimed at saving the Zionist regime.

"So far, the result of all conferences held in the name of peace has been to the detriment of the Palestinian nation; so, they will reject the so-called peace conference," Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei said in his Eid-al-Fitr prayer sermon Saturday, marking the end of the holy month of Ramadhan.

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Iran transit stop for Indonesian pilgrims

Iran transit stop for Indonesian pilgrims
Sun, 16 Sep 2007 11:16:48

Muslim pilgrims carry out Hajj rituals.
Prior to arrival for Minor Hajj in Saudi Arabia, a ritual destination for Muslim pilgrimage, Indonesians choose Iran as their transit stop.

Mohammad Kazem Kholdinasab, Director of the Department of International Affairs at Iran Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism Organization, affirmed, "Indonesian pilgrims will be coming to Iran before they enter Saudi Arabia. They will stay in Iran for around two or three days."


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I finally made the slow-fly list

I've got all the qualifications and then some.

I'm an Irish Muslim anarchist -that's three strikes against me already.

I think the two worst terrorist groups in the Middle East are the Israeli Defense Forces and their US military proxy-and I do not hesitate to voice that opinion, including under FBI interrogation.
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protecting-whistleblowers

PKR duo defy ACA-refuse to reveal source. VK Lingam
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Backfround of CJ of the Federal Court

Tun Ahmad Fairuz bin Sheikh Abdul Halim (born November 1, 1941) is the current Chief Justice of the Federal Court of Malaysia. He has held that position since 2003. In August 2007, he courted controversy by calling for the abolishment of the English Common Law to be replaced by Islamic Syariah Law. In September 2007, he was implicated in a 'judicial fixing' scandal, resulting in numerous calls for him to step down.


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PKR submits memo to Agung?

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