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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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The 2008 TIME 100

Under Leaders & Revolutionaries

Listed were

1. Muqtada al-Sadr

5. George W. Bush

15. Anwar Ibrahim
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Sword of Damocles hanging over Iran

A second American aircraft carrier, the USS Abraham Lincoln, arrived in the Persian

Fri, 02 May 2008 18:55:13

By Ismail Salami, Press TV

The USS Abraham Lincoln

On April 29, a second American aircraft carrier, the USS Abraham Lincoln, arrived in the Persian Gulf in what observers see as a tacit declaration of war on the Islamic Republic of Iran.

US officials say it is only a show of force. They say the US Navy plans to withdraw a carrier group, USS Harry S. Truman, from the region. A US Navy spokesman, Jeff Davis, said the USS Abraham Lincoln would overlap with the departing aircraft carrier USS Harry Truman by "no more than a day or two".

US Defense Secretary Robert Gates on Tuesday flatly denied that the US was preparing to start military attacks against Iran. . . . read more

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'Bush planning to attack Iran this year'

Thu, 01 May 2008 06:05:57

Ray McGovern
Ray McGovern, a prominent former CIA analyst, says US President George W. Bush is planning to wage a military attack on Iran this year.

McGovern who has been a CIA officer under seven US presidents--presenting the morning intelligence briefings at the White House for many of them--believes President Bush and his administration have no intention of leaving Iraq and are preparing to attack Iran in the next few months. . . . . read more

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Appointee Petraeus to face the Senate

Fri, 25 Apr 2008 02:16:38

General David Petraeus.
President Bush's nominee for the position of US Central Command overseeing the entire Middle-East will be participating in a Senate hearing soon.

General David Petraeus who currently holds the position of commander of US forces in Iraq, if accepted will be replaced by his deputy General Raymond Odierno.

The planned hearing by the Senate Armed Services Committee, which has Senator Hillary Clinton and Senator John McCain on its panel, is expected to pose tough question to Petraeus. . . . . . read more

The Other Face of General Petraeus: Zionism’s Military Poodle

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Gen. Petraeus to take on Fallon's job

Wed, 23 Apr 2008 20:14:21

Top US commander in Baghdad, General David Petraeus
General David Petraeus has been nominated to replace Admiral William Fallon, raising the possibility of yet another US war in the Mideast.

US Defense Secretary Robert Gates, who nominated Petraeus, calls him the most qualified US officer capable of overseeing military operations in the Middle East.

"I recommended him to the president because I am absolutely confident he is the best man for the job. I don't know anybody in the United States military better qualified to lead that effort," Gates explained. . . . read more

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Microsoft closing external Hotmail access by end of June 2008

April 22, 2008

Summary: Microsoft are disabling WebDAV access to all accounts. This means Hotmail Pop Links and Outlook Express access to accounts will stop working at the end of June 2008. You should download all your Hotmail email ASAP and tell people to stop using your email address as soon as possible.

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Chelsea 3 - Liverpool 2

Were all going to Moscow...Chelsea Champions League semi final 2008.
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Labour suffers big council losses

Page last updated at 04:07 GMT, Friday, 2 May 2008 05:07 UK

Labour looks set to come
third nationwide, BBC
research suggests

Election count

Labour is suffering a grim night in local
elections in England and Wales, losing

more than 140 seats so far.

BBC research suggests the party has fallen into
third place nationally with 24% of the vote, beaten
by the Tories on 44% and Lib Dems on 25%.

So far they are the worst local poll results for
Labour in 40 year

. . . . . read more
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Tsvangirai did not win enough votes.

Page last updated at 22:27 GMT, Thursday, 1 May 2008 23:27 UK

Tsvangirai 'wins' Zimbabwe vote

Morgan Tsvangirai in Johannesburg, South Africa 28 April, 2008
Morgan Tsvangirai says he won the poll and Mr Mugabe should step down

Zimbabwe's electoral commission
has told an all-party meeting that
Morgan Tsvangirai won almost
48% in March's presidential
election, reports say.

The result would mean the Movement
for Democratic Change leader is 2%
short of the 50% required to avoid
a run-off against President Mugabe,
who won 43%.

. . . . . read more

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English Club Vs English Club in Moscow

The UEFA Champions League final in Moscow on 21 May is going to be hosted by Moscow.

This time will there be a repeat of Visas will not be issued in time, there will be no flights available, Moscow hotels are full, and prices are astronomic.

As it turns out, Moscow does actually have a plan. . . . .read more

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Now America doing the killings themselves

Page last updated at 18:18 GMT, Thursday, 1 May 2008 19:18 UK

US confirms Somali missile strike

Screengrab of video reportedly showing Aden Hashi Ayro
Ayro was never seen at a public
gathering and avoided interview

The US military has confirmed that it carried out a pre-dawn missile strike which killed a senior leader of an Islamist militant group in Somalia.

A spokesman said the target of the attack in the town of Dusamareb was an al-Qaeda leader, but would not name him or say whether it had been successful.

But local elders have said up to 30 bodies have been recovered from the scene, according to unconfirmed reports. . . read more

More news on Somalia - Ethiopia (US proxy) war.

Somalia - East Africa's new Afghanistan?

Meeting Somalia's Islamist insurgents

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Sadr Subs Iraq Peace Overtures

Iraqi cleric Sayyed Moqtada al-Sadr on Thursday refused to hold talks with Iraqi lawmakers who had gone to Iran in a bid to end the clashes between his fighters and US occupation troops, an aide said. "Moqtada al-Sadr did not permit his leaders to meet the Iraqi delegation," said Sheikh Salah al-Obeidi, the cleric's spokesman in the central holy city of Najaf. . . .read more

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UK Jews against Birth of State Founded on Terrorism


A week before Israel marks its 60th anniversary for occupying the Palestinian territories; a group of over 100 British Jews comprised of well-known academics, writers, actors and other public figures has launched a scathing attack against the Jewish state.

'We're not celebrating Israel's anniversary,' proclaimed the letter carried by the Guardian newspaper on Wednesday. Among the signatures of those saying Israel forced 70,000 Palestinians into a Death March in 1948 are Prof. Haim Bresheeth, a professor at the University of East London who organized the call for an academic boycott against Israel, playwright Harold Pinter, Attorney Daniel Machover, who filed a lawsuit against Maj. Gen. Doron Almog, and Stephen Fry. . . . . read more

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Behind the scene of the Sadr City crackdown

Wed, 30 Apr 2008 13:18:59

A Press TV exclusive interview with Sheikh Salah Obeidi, Sadr's official

The following is the transcript of an Interview with Sheikh Salih al-Obaidi, Moqtada al-Sadr's spokesman:

Q. A meeting was held on Monday between the Sadr Party and President Talabani to discuss the ongoing violence in Baghdad's Sadr city. Clashes have been ensuing between Iraqi and US-led forces and armed groups including members of the Mahdi Arny. . . . read more

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A Blood Test To Predict Menopause

Measuring AMH, says van Disseldorp, is potentially much more accurate. In his study, he included 144 women aged 25 to 46 in order set baseline levels of AMH, and then compared these levels to those of over 3,000 women aged 58 to 70 who had undergone menopause. By creating a regression curve, he determined a cutoff level of AMH that triggered menopause, and by placing the young women along this curve based on their AMH levels, could predict when they would hit the Change — and how many more years of fertility they could expect. . . . read more

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Indiscriminate killings of civillians in the name of battle against Terrorist Militia.

1 Will Sadr declare open war ? . . . . . read more & see video

2 Iraqi lawmakers call for end to Sadr City siege . read more & see video

3 Baghdad violence disrupting everyday life . . . . . read more & see video

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CIA 'preparing public for Iran war'

Last Updated : Thu, 01 May 2008 19:42:17 (13 minutes ago)

The CIA accuses Iran of 'facilitating the killing' of US troops in Iraq in what is seen as another attempt to prepare the public for war.

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Petraeus promotion keeps US on its war course

The Associated Press
Thursday, April 24, 2008; 5:39 AM

WASHINGTON -- President Bush is promoting his top Iraq commander, Army Gen. David Petraeus, and replacing him with the general's recent deputy, keeping the U.S. on its war course and handing the next president a pair of combat-tested commanders who have relentlessly defended Bush's strategies.

Bush will nominate Petraeus to replace Navy Adm. William J. Fallon as chief of U.S. Central Command, Defense Secretary Robert Gates announced Wednesday. The command's area of responsibility features some of the most vexing military and foreign policy problems facing this administration and its successor _ including Iran, Pakistan, Lebanon, parts of Africa and Afghanistan in addition to Iraq. . . . . read more

The Overrated General Petraeus . . . . . read more

The prospective new commander of U.S. military forces in Iraq, Lt. Gen. David H. Petraeus, is being hailed in these pages and elsewhere in the news media as just what the doctor ordered.

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Siemens, being investigated by authorities in several countries including Malaysia.

Siemens probe uncovers corruption

Siemens HQ in Munich
Siemens is being investigated for corruption in several countries

The law firm hired by Siemens to investigate claims of corruption there says it has discovered violations.

Debevoise & Plimpton examined transactions between 1999 and 2006.

Investigators are looking into whether Siemens employees paid bribes to secure telecoms deals. The company has admitted dubious payments were made. . . . read more

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Will the Iraqi kicked Nouri Maliki out of his office.

The deputies blame Iraqis' suffering on government

Iraqi deputies have denounced the government, using a quotation from the Koran to describe Prime Minister Nouri Maliki as "depraved".

The criticism came from the bloc of MPs who support the Shia cleric Moqtada Sadr - which once backed Mr Maliki.

Iraqi troops and US-led foreign forces have been engaged in bloody battles with Mehdi Army fighters loyal to Moqtada Sadr over recent weeks. . . . read more

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Rev. Jeremiah Wright (Obama Pastor) at the National Press Club

Telling It Like It Is! . . . .listen to his presentation.

April 28, 2008
Reverend Jeremiah Wright giving a passionate almost smug speech/sermon at the National Press Club in Washington, DC in response to national criticism and formal distancing of presidential candidate Obama.
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A new pro-peace, pro-Israel political voice

29/04/08 "For years, liberal American Jews who have chafed under the taboo against criticizing Israel have dreamed of starting a political organization that would speak for them. Now, with the launch of J Street, that dream has become a reality.

Nothing is more urgently needed in our political discourse than for the taboo against speaking forthrightly about Israel to be overthrown. After all, notwithstanding its profound connection to some American Jews and its (partly justified) status as a beloved icon with whom we have a “special relationship,” Israel is not the 51st state — it is a foreign country, and one smack-dab in the center of the Middle East, a region in which we have some considerable national interest. The enforced silence about Israel has prevented us from thinking clearly about the Middle East, and helped enable both the disastrous war we are now fighting in Iraq and a possible future one against Iran. . . . . see video

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Neighbors aid refugees from Hawr Rajab

Alive in Baghdad: Shi'a neighbors show solidarity with Sunni families

Monday April 28th, 2008

We show this segment courtesy of Alive in Baghdad employs Iraqi journalists to produce video packages each week about a variety of topics on daily life in Iraq.

Baghdad, Iraq - The Faili Kurds are one of the most oppressed groups of Kurds. Like other Kurds, they were abused during Saddam Hussein's regime. Statistics from the United Nations show that more than 450 thousand Faili Kurds were deported to Iran in the 1980s and nearly 10 thousand Faili Kurds between the ages of 13 and 30 years old are still missing until the current moment. A large number of this Kurdish minority fled out of Iraq to a number of other countries such as the United Kingdom, Germany, and France. They were fleeing the bad circumstances they endured under several governments that ruled Iraq. Now, despite the fall of Saddam Hussein and the work of many citizens toward establishing a democratic Iraq, the Faili Kurds still face several difficulties. Among others, until now, they did not receive the same rights as other Iraqis.

The Charitable Liberated Faili Kurds Organization works in Baghdad to attempt to redress these wrongs. They work in particular to support displaced Faili Kurds to enable them to return to their homes in Baghdad and elsewhere. They also advocate for the approval of full citizenship for Failis. Due to the inadequate social services available to Failis and other poor Iraqis, they also run a medical clinic on Palestine St. in Baghdad which is available to all needy Iraqis.

For more information about Faili Kurds, please see this site ostensibly run by Faili Kurds, or you can read a range of research on Wikipedia. Global Security also has a breakdown of differences between Kurdish groups, or you can read a discussion of Kurdish identity and the place of Faili Kurds. Lastly another Faili Kurd describes the meaning of being Faili. . . . click here to see video

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Parenting & Healthcare

Caffeine and Pregnancy: How Risky? . . . . read caption & more

1 in 4 U.S. Toddlers Improperly Vaccinated . . . . read caption & more

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Was Kelantan State Policy Allowing TESCO to operate not right?

Is TESCO being here good? What our neighbour had experienced. Will we not be subjecting ourselves to monopoly and manipulation?

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Iraqi lawmakers call for end to Sadr City siege

27 April 2008

Amidst clashes that kill five, multi-partisan group of lawmakers urges US to stand down in Sadr City.

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Why Did Israel Bomb Syria?

27 April 2008

The real story behind the September air strike has not been investigated
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