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Exiled Leader Fights For Xinjang.


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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Chavez blames US for high oil price

Fri, 26 Oct 2007 05:46:48

Hugo Chavez
Venezuela's president has predicted the price of crude oil heading for USD 100, calling US responsible for the increasing oil prices.

Oil tops $92 a barrel on ME tension
Fri, 26 Oct 2007 22:16:24

Oil hits record high $92
Crude has hit above $92 a barrel for the first time after the US imposed new sanctions on Iran and accused it of supporting terrorism.

Nothing is going to stop oil from heading towards $100,reported Bloomber quoting MFC Global

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Wall Street Czars depopulating the World

Leuren Moret is an American independent scientist and international expert on radiation and public health issues.

She has devoted her life to awakening the public to the destructive consequence of depleted uranium munitions that are used by the US military. She has made relentless efforts to stop the US continuing to pullout the environment.

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US trains terrorists in Afghanistan

Iran's Interior Minister Mostafa Pour-mohammadi says Washington has established centers in Afghanistan for training terrorists.

Referring to Taliban-style recruiting camps used to spread insurgency, Mostafa Pour-mohammadi said the Americans, during the past years, have set up centers in Afghanistan to train and dispatch terrorists to other countries.

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On 4th Nov at Kak Ina's (Ma Zah) house PERWI will be organising EID thanksgiving and an Open House for Warga PERWI to provide an excellent opportunity to get to know other Warga PERWI.

There will also be a membership drive. Our SU/Pen SU will open a counter for registration and will persevere to get new members (receipts have to be issued to those who pay). Do please assist them to campaign to get new members

Abe Ma6 family members from Padang Selising Machang would like to extend EID GREETINGS on the Joyous Occassion of the Warga PERWI Open House.

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Jumblatt scolds Israel for not crushing Hezbollah

News reports on several news sites focused on meetings between Lebanese MP and key February 14 figure Walid Jumblatt with a number of Israeli officials. According to the Nablus internet site, Jumblatt had held a meeting with former Israeli Chief of Staff Moshe Kaplinski. The site quoted a senior official in the Washington Institute for Near Eastern Affairs as saying that the Jumblatt – Kaplinski meeting was held under the sponsorship of the institute management. The Washington Institute had also organized lectures for Jumblatt and Kaplinski last Friday during the annual conference for the founders of the institute.
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Morocco receives nuclear help, Iran receives threats!!


French President Nicolas Sarkozy used a speech in Morocco late Tuesday to buttress Western objections to Iran's nuclear program. Announcing an agreement to help his country's former colony develop civilian nuclear energy, Sarkozy said the deal "is a way of saying to Iran that cooperation is possible and we are not condemned to confrontation." Therein, of course, lays the problem: Cooperation is in fact mandatory under the terms of the nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT), and Western countries, led by the United States, began their campaign against Iran's program by openly flouting their obligations and threatening confrontation.

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Emerging economies eye IMF power

The main Issue - Governing the IMF

The IMF has been attempting to recognise the rising economic power of India and China by giving them more voting power in the organisation.

School children in Nairobi's Kibera slum
Africa's poor should have a greater voice, say IMF's critics

"The reform should aim at signifcantly raising the overall quota shares of developing countries, particularly emerging market economies, and strengthening the voice of the low income countries in the Fund," according to Li Yong, China's vice finance minister.

But further reform has stalled because it would involve smaller European countries giving up their seats on the IMF board.

And the governing structure, based on the size of each country's economy, still gives little voice to poor countries, notably in sub-Saharan Africa.

Meanwhile, the new emerging giants are voting with their feet. By building up giant trade reserves, they say they have no need to ask the IMF for funds in a crisis.

And without such lending, the IMF increasingly looks like an organisation in search of a role.
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Hitachi exits personal computers

is pulling out of the sale of personal computers, saying it
Hitachi laptop
Hitachi had been Japan's eighth-largest PC maker

wants to focus on larger network systems for businesses instead
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The political insanity of Washington Caesar

The Pentagon is more cautious, worrying about our already drained Army and the absence of any military strategy and readiness for many consequences that would follow Bush's “bombs away” mentality.

Then there is the matter of the Democrats in Congress. After their costly fumble on Iraq, the opposition Party should make it very constitutionally clear, as recommended by former New York Governor, Mario Cuomo in a recent op-ed, that there can be no funded attacks on any country without a Congressional declaration of war, as explicitly required by the framers of our Constitution.

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This Dua is taken from Al-Sahifa al-Sajjadiyya. ( Supplications of Ali Zainal Abidin a.s.)

AL-SAHIFA AL-SAJJADIYYA is the oldest prayer manual in Islamic sources and one of the most seminal works of Islamic spirituality of the early period.

It was composed by the Prophet's great grandson, `Ali ibn al-Husayn, known as Zayn al-'Abidin (the adornment of the worshippers'), and has been cherished in from earliest times.

Zayn al-'Abidin's father is Husayn, his uncle Hasan, and his grandfather 'Ali, the Prophet's son-in-law.

The title Al-Sahifat al-Sajjadiyya means simply `The Book of al-Sajjad'. Al-Sajjad is one of the titles given to Zayn al-'Abidin and signifies `the one who constantly prostrates himself in prayer'. The book is often called Al-Sahifat al-Kamilat al-Sajjadiyya, that is, `The "Perfect", or "Complete", Book of al-Sajjad'.
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Fur people

The Fur (fòòrà in Fur, فور in Arabic) are a people of the western Sudan, numbering about 0.5 million in 1983[1] and principally inhabiting the region of Darfur. They are a black African people who practice sedentary herding, relying mainly on the cultivation of millet. Their society is a highly traditional one governed by village elders. They speak Fur, a Nilo-Saharan language, and are Muslims, having adopted the religion following the region's conquest by the Kanem-Bornu Empire during the Middle Ages. Some of them have come to speak Arabic in recent years.

The traditional heartland of the Fur is the mountainous region around Jebel Sî and Jebel Marra Wadi Salih and Zaligi; today, however, most of them live in the lower country west and southwest of that area, between 11-14 N and 23-26 E. A few Fur live across the border in Chad.

The Furs' lifestyle has led to conflict with the nomadic Baggara, cattle-herders of the region, concerning access to water and grazing land, particularly in Darfur's central Jebel Marra mountains where the best agricultural land is to be found. This has been the source of ethnic tensions for many years, culminating in the Darfur conflict, which began in 2003.

Darfur (Arabic: دار فور, lit. "home of the Fur") is a region of far western Sudan, bordering the Central African Republic, Libya, and Chad. It is divided into three federal states within Sudan: Gharb Darfur (West Darfur), Janub Darfur (South Darfur), and Shamal Darfur (North Darfur). It is currently in the midst of an ongoing humanitarian crisis originating from the conflict between militias and rebel groups.

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Commodities and Emerging Market Propel (Gold)

Frank Holmes, CEO of U.S. Global Investors, discusses his unusual investment strategy with MarketWatch's Kelsey Hubbard. Holmes says gold will be strong in the next year.

| 11-Oct-07 11:23 AM EST | (Relevance: 79.45%)
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Strauss-Kahn seeks to build consensus at IMF

Dominique Strauss-Kahn, who has built his reputation as a business-friendly socialist, is pledging to be a "consensus builder" at the International Monetary Fund (IMF) if he becomes its new leader. The 58-year-old former economics professor and finance minister, who led a failed presidential bid...

| 28-Sep-07 10:06 AM EST | (Relevance: 97.01%)

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Somalia: Ongoing Intimidations of Journalists in Mogadishu And Garowe continues


Abdi Farah Jama Mire, Director of Radio Garowe, and Mohammed Dahir Yusuf, Producer of the Radio were released, but the Isse Abdullahi Mohammed, the Editor of the Radio is still detained. The three journalists were arrested by heavily armed Puntland security forces on Friday afternoon.

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Azeri official blasts US policies

04:45:16 È.Ù

Head of the Islam Party in Azerbaijan Republic on Saturday blasted America's policies against the Islamic countries.

Stressing that America is the biggest enemy of Islam, Mohsen Samadov said that "in order to achieve its illigimate goals in the region, America has sent 700,000 Iraqi people to death which is really a genocide of Muslims."

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Times: US, UK in secret border war with IRG

21/10/2007 The Sunday Times quoted British defense sources as saying that British special forces have crossed into Iran several times in recent months as part of a secret border war against the Iranian Revolutionary Guard’s Al-Quds special forces.
"There have been at least half a dozen intense firefights between the SAS and arms smugglers," the report said.
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Lebanon Presidential election likely to be postponed, again

Mohamad Shmaysani

21/10/2007 A scheduled parliament session this week to elect Lebanon's president is expected to be postponed again as feuding political parties are unable to agree on a consensus candidate, analysts and politicians say. House Speaker Nabih Berri postponed a first session on September 24 in hopes of lawmakers reaching agreement on a consensus candidate to replace the current head of state Emile Lahoud, whose term ends November 24.
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Fisk: Secret armies pose sinister threat to Lebanon


Prominent British Journalist Robert Fisk warned of "phantoms now returning to haunt Lebanon." In his article in the Independent, Fisk described Lebanon as a country "peopled with ghosts" adding that the militias which tore it apart more than 30 years ago, are real.

Fisk warned of "a sheer scale of weaponry arriving in Lebanon" believed to have come from the vast stock of 190,000 rifles and pistols which the US military "lost" when they handed them out to Iraqi police officers without registering their numbers or destination.

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South Africa wins Rugby World Cup

Sun, 21 Oct 2007 18:12:17

South Africa has claimed the William Webb Ellis Cup after punishing the Rugby World Cup's defending champions, England, with a 15-6 win.

South African president Thabo Mbeki celebrates the victory.
MD/JR/RE - source presstv

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Anti-globalization demos in Washington

Sun, 21 Oct 2007 11:56:00
Anti-globalization rallies began on Friday.
Thousand stage anti-globalization rallies in streets of Washington ahead of International Monetary Fund (IMF) and World Bank meetings.

Demonstrations continued Saturday for the second successive day with crowds chanting slogans in protest at IMF and World Bank policies. They said the industrial countries' push for globalization has had no results but the spread of poverty in poor and developing countries.

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Expert: Ethiopia's invasion of Somalia 'a disastrous miscalculation'

"Western donor powers have been absolutely stupid" by backing the Ethiopia-TFG military push to unseat the Islamic Courts movement late last year, Dr. Weinstein argued. He said that the Islamist takeover of Mogadishu in mid-2006 was "a genuine revolution" that brought peace to Mogadishu.

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Villages flee border violence

Thousands of people are fleeing a remote region of Pakistan as clashes between government troops and militants continue.

| 13-Oct-07 3:30 PM EST

Are they caught in the middle of the line of fire or a systematic murderous aggression by Bush and Musharraf to slaughter their perceived opponents ?

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Data Shows surprise U.S job loss

Wall Street responded negatively. Stocks, bond yields, and the dollar fell sharply, but gold prices surged.Conway G. Gittens reports from New York.

| 7-Sep-07 11:32 AM EST
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At Google it pays to be pregnant

Google, new parents get a $500 stipend for take out, while expectant moms get red-carpet treatment ahead of the baby's birth. Stacey Delo reports. (Oct. 18).

| 18-Oct-07 11:46 AM EST | (Relevance: 89.64%)

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Microsoft unveils unified communication

Thu, 18 Oct 2007 10:52:04

Microsoft, world's largest maker of PC software, has announced new software linking phones and video to the Office application suite.

The Microsoft Office Communications Server 2007 (OCS) software runs on large server systems and allows people using Microsoft's Office software to manage voice calling from their personal computers and in combination with email, instant messaging and other communications.

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Google Inc. to launch 'Gphone'

Mon, 15 Oct 2007 17:18:42

The world's top search engine Google has developed a series of 'Gphones', offering mobile services, such as search, e-mail, and maps.

Wall Street analysts say the mobile phone 'to be launched as early as February 2008', will help company shares break the $700 mark.

"The mobile world has much greater reach than the wired Internet. Google sees this as the future," says Avi Greengart, a principal analyst with research firm Current Analysis.

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Yahoo Inc. upgrades search engine

Wed, 03 Oct 2007 20:47:40

The Sunnyvale-based Company Yahoo Inc. has upgraded and retooled its online search engine in a bid to make it more helpful and powerful.

According to AP, Yahoo's new search engine provides a list of related concepts as a user types into the query box. Moreover, the engine offers more links to photos, videos and music on the main results page.

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Saeed Jalili replaces Ali Larijani

Iran's Deputy FM Saeed Jalili has been appointed as the country's new chief nuclear negotiator after Ali Larijani's resignation.

Jalili previously served as Deputy Foreign Minister in European and American affairs
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Release: AIM 6.5

Here's one for all you AIM users out there (and I know there's a bunch of you!) I just received word the other day that a new version of the popular AOL instant messaging program, AIM, has been released. Yep, AIM 6.5 is nwo available for download. How exciting is that?! If you're a long time AIM user, I guarantee you're not going to want to miss out on what this latest version has to offer. Keep reading for details on all the new updates, all the new features and everything else that comes along with it. Let's check it out!

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