mercredi 31 août 2011

فيلم يا انا يا هوه 2011



قصة فيلم يا انا يا هوه:

يغلب على الفيلم الطابع الكوميدي حيث الشاب سعيد الذي يقع في العديد من المشاكل خلال حياته ويحاول تخطي تلك المشاكل والازمات بذكاء شديد متعرضا للكثير من المفارقات الكوميدية



ابطال فيلم يا انا يا هوه نضال الشافعي:

رجاء الجداوى, نضال الشافعي, عبدالله مشرف, لطفى لبيب, يوسف داود, ريم البارودي, نرمين ماهر, ليلى أحمد زاهر



الإخراج: تامر بسيوني

التأليف: أحمد حجازي

تاريخ الإصدار: 1 سبتمبر 2011 م



Read more: فيلم يا أنا يا هوه - نضال الشافعى 2011 - يوتيوب الفراعنة http://www.fr3oon.net/video/file.php?f=2358#ixzz1Wee4CN7J

فيلم تك تك بوم 2011





قصة فيلم تك تك بوم:

تناول الفيلم بعض القضايا التي تهم المواطن المصري وما يمر من أحداث في إطار كوميدي. حيث يقدم الممثل محمد سعد شخصية (تيكا) الذي يقطن في منطقة شعبية ويمتلك متجر لبيع لعب الاطفال ومع قيام الثورة المصرية يحاول تجميع شباب المنطقة لتكوين لجنة شعبية في محاولة منهم للتصدي للبلطجية.



ابطال فيلم تك تك بوم محمد سعد:

محمد سعد, لطفى لبيب, محمد لطفى, درة, محسن منصور



الإخراج: أشرف فايق

التأليف: محمد سعد

تاريخ الإصدار: 30 أغسطس 2011 م



Read more: فيلم تك تك بوم - محمد سعد 2011 - يوتيوب الفراعنة http://www.fr3oon.net/video/file.php?f=2397#ixzz1WeeC20iN

فيلم شارع الهرم 2011





قصة فيلم شارع الهرم:

راقصة تتحول من الرقص فى فرقة للفنون الشعبية إلى الرقص الشرقى فى أحد ملاهى شارع الهرم، ثم يحدث أن يتصارع عليها 3 رجال الأول هو طليقها الضابط، الذى تزوجها عرفيا بعد أن أحبته ولكن تصطدم به فيتم الطلاق،



ابطال فيلم شارع الهرم سعد الصغير:

باسم سمرة, سليمان عيد, إدوارد, جومانا مراد, سعد الصغير, دينا, علاء مرسي, لطفي لبيب, مها أحمد, مادلين طبر



الإخراج: شورى

التأليف: سيد السبكي - أيمن سلامة

تاريخ الإصدار: 30 أغسطس 2011





فيلم بيبو وبشير 2011





قصة فيلم بيبو وبشير:

الفيلم ينتمي للرومانتيك كوميدي ويجسد من خلاله شخصية شاب نصفه مصري ونصفه أفريقي ويُسمى "بشير" وتحدث علاقة بينه وبين "بيبو" التي تجسّدها منّة شلبي حيث تضطره الظروف الى السكن معها



ابطال فيلم بيبو وبشير آسر ياسين:

آسر ياسين منة شلبى, سلوى محمد على, محمد خان, صفية العمرى, عزت أبو عوف, هاني عادل



الإخراج: مريم أبو عوف

التأليف: هشام ماجد - كريم فهمي

تاريخ الإصدار: 30 أغسطس 2011 م



فيلم انا بضيع يا وديع 2011





قصة فيلم انا بضيع يا وديع:

يطرح الفيلم بعض المشاكل التي يعاني منها الشباب ويسلط الضوء أيضاً‮ ‬علي بعض القضايا التي يواجهها المجتمع الشرقي في إطار كوميدي



ابطال فيلم انا بضيع يا وديع تهامي باشا:

نيللى كريم , انتصار , ضياء الميرغنى , كريم أبو زيد , محسن منصور , امجد عابد , لاميتا فرنجية , محمود الحسيني ايمن قنديل



الإخراج: شريف عابدين

التأليف: محمد فضل

تاريخ الإصدار: 30 أغسطس 2011 م





What is the job of the CEO?

If you talk to people about executive pay, you'll find pretty universal outrage, particularly about CEOs of companies that are run badly or are bad corporate citizens. Sometimes in these conversations, someone will give lip service to entertainers and athletes who also earn ridiculous amounts of money every year, but that outrage is highly selective.



If, for example, Mets shortstop José Reyes manages to score a $100 million contract with another team as a free agent, there will be a certain hue and cry (particularly among Mets fans) that no one deserves that kind of money. There will be calls to WFAN screaming about Reyes' greed in New York, but if, for example, he signs with Philadelphia, no one in Philadelphia, not even the unemployed guys who are a step away from foreclosure and eating food pantry beans right out of a can, will utter a peep. Justin Bieber can score $300,000 for a single concert and nobody bats an eye. Not even the cast of Jersey Shore, a bunch of not-terribly-attractive, boorish young people with very little grey matter in their collective crania other than a knack for self-promotion, scoring $100,000 an episode generates a lot of griping. We're remarkably forgiving of big paydays for those who entertain us, because we know and can see what they actually do.



We're also forgiving of CEOs who do their jobs well and who contribute genuine value to their companies. I'm not talking about those who lay off 10,000 people so that the cost side of the balance sheet looks good enough to make the analysts at Goldman Sachs happy for the next three months. I'm talking about the relatively few guys like Steve Jobs, whose value to Apple is beyond dispute, even if, as seems true at least in the short run, he is NOT completely indispensable. Jobs is reported to be sitting on 5.5 million shared of stock in the company he founded, which at yesterday's closing price of $389.99, is over $2.1 billion. No one should take his much-ballyhooed $1 annual salary seriously, but by any business measure -- innovation, enriching the lives of many people, and yes, contributing shareholder value, Steve Jobs since his return to a dying company in 1997 is worth every penny.



But what of the rest? What of former Verizon CEO Ivan Seidenberg and current CEO Lowell McAdams? What of eBay CEO John Donahue, who comes out of Mitt Romney's company-destroying Bain Capital? What of General Electric CEO and Obama confidant Jeff Immelt? Are they delivering the same degree of value in the big picture as Steve Jobs did? Or are they mostly about ways to run the company to enrich themselves?



Today the New York Times talks about how the mission of today's CEO seems to be less about running companies for the long haul, fostering innovation, new products and services, and new ways of delivering them, and more about satisfying Wall Street's short-term emphasis analysts through avoidance of taxes to the point where they themselves earn more than the companies they run pay in taxes:

The companies — which include household names like eBay, Boeing, General Electric and Verizon — averaged $1.9 billion each in profits, according to the study by the Institute for Policy Studies, a liberal-leaning research group. But a variety of shelters, loopholes and tax reduction strategies allowed the companies to average more than $400 million each in tax benefits — which can be taken as a refund or used as write-off against earnings in future years.



The chief executives of those companies were paid an average of more than $16 million a year, the study found, a figure substantially higher than the $10.8 million average for all companies in the Standard & Poor’s 500-stock index.



The financial data in the report was taken from the companies’ regulatory filings, which can differ from what is actually filed on a corporate tax return. Even in a year when a company claims an overall tax benefit, it may pay some cash taxes while accumulating credits that can be redeemed in future years. For instance, General Electric reported a federal tax benefit of more than $3 billion in 2010, but company officials said they still expected to pay a small amount of cash taxes.



The authors of the study, which examined the regulatory filings of the 100 companies with the best-paid chief executives, said that their findings suggested that current United States policy was rewarding tax avoidance rather than innovation.



Steve Jobs has in many ways been a throwback to innovators and who actually did something -- guys like Henry Ford, who for all that he was a notorious anti-Semite at least recognized that when more people get paid enough to be able to buy your products you can sell more of them. Guys like our own Melina's grandfather, Himan Brown, who even though David Sarnoff got all the glory from being an early broadcasting pioneer, recognized the power of radio to deliver stories to the masses. Today's CEO is all about the books, not the products. And increasingly it's all about the taxes -- and meeting analysts' demands by trying to pay as few of them as possible, and preferably none.



And in this kind of environment, Barack Obama thinks corporations will hire people just because he gives them a $5000 tax credit?

mardi 30 août 2011

مشاهدة فيلم شارع الهرم بث مباشر اون لاين فيلم العيد 2011

شارع الهرم فيديو يوتيوب , شارع الهرم اون لاين , تحميل فيلم شارع الهرم , تنزيل,نزل,دونلود,مباراه,او ن لاين,مشاهده,شاهد,استماع,استمع,ببلاش,مجانا,اون لاين,على النت,بث مباشر,بث حى,انا,عايز,عاوزه,بدى,اشوف,اتفرج,فيلم,اغنيه,اغانى, مباريات,مباراه,اغنيه,اغانى,لعبه,برامج



مشاهدة فيلم شارع الهرم بث مباشر اون لاين فيلم العيد 2011

شارع الهرم فيديو يوتيوب , شارع الهرم اون لاين , تحميل فيلم شارع الهرم , تنزيل,نزل,دونلود,مباراه,او ن لاين,مشاهده,شاهد,استماع,استمع,ببلاش,مجانا,اون لاين,على النت,بث مباشر,بث حى,انا,عايز,عاوزه,بدى,اشوف,اتفرج,فيلم,اغنيه,اغانى, مباريات,مباراه,اغنيه,اغانى,لعبه,برامج



Behind-the-scenes tour of the galley kitchen on the P&O Pacific Pearl cruise ship



Exactly where and how does a ship prepare 8,600 meals every day for the passengers and crew onboard at sea? A behind-the-scenes tour of the Pacific Pearl main kitchen held all the answers.


The Chef's Table

The galley tour forms part of the recently launched Chef's Table, held in the privately enclosed Wine Room and bookable by any passenger. Up to three Chef's Table dinners for 14 passengers

Mr. President, good luck getting enough disaffected whie males to make up for this

It's REALLY crowded under this bus:

Whites and women are a re-election problem for President Barack Obama. Younger voters and liberals, too, but to a lesser extent.



All are important Democratic constituencies that helped him win the White House in 2008 and whose support he'll need to keep it next year.



An analysis of Associated Press-GfK polls, including the latest survey released last week, shows that Obama has lost ground among all those groups since he took office. The review points to his vulnerabilities and probable leading targets of his campaign as he seeks to assemble a coalition diverse enough to help him win re-election in tough economic times.



He had such a coalition in 2008. And the minute he took office, he threw us all under this bus so he could pursue his love for conservative white people.



How's that working out for him?



White independent voters, who divided their support evenly between Obama and McCain in 2008, may be the president's biggest challenge now. Just 3 in 10 white independents say Obama deserves to be re-elected and only 41 percent say he understands the problems of people like them.



Obama didn't win the largest share of white voters in 2008, when they made up 74 percent of the electorate. Still, his inroads were enough to beat McCain.



Fifty-six percent of all whites approved of how he was doing his job in the first three months of his presidency. But that support has fallen, with only 36 percent now liking how he's doing his job, while 59 say Obama deserves to be voted out of office.



In 2008, Obama won the backing of most whites in the Northeast and was competitive in the Midwest and West, outperforming the previous two Democratic nominees. Now, majorities of whites in every region but the Northeast say he deserves to lose in 2012 and that he is not a strong leader.



The outlook is negative for Obama among white voters in the Midwest and West, regions where so many electoral votes are at stake.



More than 6 in 10 white voters who did not graduate say the president deserves to be voted from office, while 53 percent of white college graduates say as much.





Real high-percentage move there, dude.

lundi 29 août 2011

We're back

Well, it could have been worse.



The power came back on sometime this afternoon, well ahead of schedule. How long it'll last remains to be seen, as I am still hearing generators, which means that there still parts of the area not restored.



For some strange reason, our electrical substation is located in the middle of an area prone to flooding in the next town. Why utilities build substations in flood plains and nuclear power plants on faults and areas at risks of tsunamis is a mystery to me.



But our Grand Seepage Adventure of yesterday seems to have paid off. We were doing just fine, and the sump pump was doing its thing until 8 AM when the power cut off. Immediately we started getting seepage, not into the unfinished part of the basement, where it would have been easy to clean up, but the finished part. So we spent the day putting down towels to soak up the seepage, wringing them out, putting down fresh towels, and running to the laundromat to dry the wet towels. Not exactly a fun day. I'm lucky in that my employer has an on-site gym with shower facilities, so I was at least able to go in early and take a hot shower, something poor Mr. Brilliant wasn't able to do until this evening. But while driving to work this morning, feeling grubby and without my morning caffeine jolt-o-rama, I was reminded of that Simpson episode that's a parody of "The Shining", where Homer is muttering "No TV and no beer makes Homer something something." Only for me it was no TV and no coffee.



We were lucky. No trees fell on neighboring houses (Thank you, Almstead Tree Care, for monitoring our old oaks so well; yes, I'm paying you $1500 a year for the privilege, but no houses were destroyed by them). We didn't have so much as a branch fall (again, thanks to Almstead Tree Care, who takes care of these branches when they need cutting), and when I look at photos of the area and people with five feet of water in their basements for the third or fourth time this year, I count my blessings.



I think Ken at Down with Tyranny put it best:



First, to those outside Irene's path, forced to put up with all our yammering: So sorry! I realize how tedious are impending natural disasters that may permanently change the lives of other people. And then when they turn out to be not such a big deal, well, jeez! (Though don't tell that to the folks in Vermont and upstate New York, suffering "Worst Flooding in 100 Years," but what's 100 years really? And heck, they didn't even get a hurricane, just a ratty tropical storm!)



And speaking of the hurricane turning out to be less big a deal than the worst-case scenarios, to those inside Irene's path who were dissatisfied by the outcome: Again, so sorry! What's the point of planning for those worst-case scenarios if they don't happen? This group, by the way, includes people who are offended by official "overreaction," like shutting down New York's transit system, which -- to add insult to injury -- then took hours and hours to begin to restart. Just because these folks are too stupid or too lazy to try to understand (a) why it was thought appropriate to shut the system down (and never mind all the damage that was done by the "disappointing" storm, or what would have happened if, say, populated subway trains had been trapped in flooded tunnels, or populated buses had been struck by some of those 600-plus trees that fell), (b), why the shutdown had to be announced so early and put into effect so long before the brunt of the storm was expected, and/or (c) why the system took so long to reboot (including, for example, the tiresome requirement that every foot of subway track be walked before the trains could be restarted), well, I truly am sorry.



Sorry, folks, next time we'll try to arrange a disaster that lives up to your exacting specifications -- and then just keep it to ourselves. So sorry!



The media is taking no end of crap for hyping this storm, and the excellent response by NYC Mayor Bloomberg, New York governor Cuomo, and yes, even our own bully-in-chief, Chris Christie, are being chalked up to "post-Katrina paranoia." Well, I for one would rather see an excessive preventive plan that turns out not to be necessary than to have to see images like this one (warning: graphic and disturbing image) ever again.

Katrina: The 6 Year Itch



It would be easy to dismiss the failures in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, which made landfall in New Orleans six years ago today on Monday, August 29, 2005, thusly:



It was a storm of virtually unprecedented size and ferocity, so much so that levees, pump stations and emergency preparedness plans were immediately overwhelmed. And, up to a point, that was true. Katrina's rainfall extended from the Gulf Coast up to, amazingly, much of northern New England and even Canada. In terms of sheer, destructive, landscape-altering power, the likes of Katrina hadn't been seen since 1969's Hurricane Camille.



But, of course, it doesn't explain all the failures of local, state and especially the federal government. As disaster tends to do, the heroism of individuals came to the fore, such as that 21 year-old man who essentially commandeered a bus and drove dozens of refugees all the way to Houston.



And, as far as police, media, military and government authorities, Katrina brought out the worst in them as well as highlighting their real attitude and ultimate agenda toward a vulnerable citizenry. In short, Hurricane Katrina was a harsh headmistress instructing us as to how not to conduct an emergency response and she betrayed the shocking inhumanity of those in power toward those not in power, including passive and active racism that resulted in the deaths of nearly 2000 innocents.



Since Irene made landfall and hit New England just yesterday right after being downgraded to a tropical storm, I think I speak for millions when I say we breathed a sigh of relief not only at the far lesser damage she'd left in her wake than her big sister Katrina but relief that we didn't have to rely on Uncle Sam to bail us out.



It would literally require a book or a long miniseries documentary to list all the failures in judgment and humanity before, during and after Hurricane Katrina slammed into the Gulf Coast.



These failures actually began to quietly rack up back in 2002 when George W. Bush denied the necessary funds to the Army Corps of Engineers the money they needed to fix the levees and pump stations. By this time, the New Orleans levees was a stereotypical government project: Ongoing for roughly 80 years by Katrina's landfall, it still had never been completed. Later, the Army Corps of Engineers, not the Bush administration, was sued for its negligence. Years later, the Bush administration had the chutzpah to request that Louisiana pay the ACOE $1.5 billion to help complete work on the levee.



Just a year before Katrina, a computer simulation was done to see how a Category 5 hurricane would affect New Orleans. The fictional storm, Hurricane Pam, provided the scientists with data that would prove stunningly prescient: The simulation predicted that 80% of the city would be under as much as 20 feet of water and would pack winds over 150 mph. The only miscalculation was that Katrina, at the height of her fury, was packing winds of 185 mph.



The Bush administration paid a GOP-friendly New Orleans consulting firm, IEM or Innovative Emergency Management, $500,000 to draft out a disaster evacuation plan that was apparently never written. “We can’t find your plan. Neither can FEMA,” the BBC's Greg Palast told an IEM representative who was hiding behind a glass wall. “I guess it’s kind of hard to evacuate a city if you can’t find the plan itself.”



Meanwhile, back in Crawford, in between ignoring Cindy Sheehan and going to GOP fundraisers, Bush was getting briefed by Michael Brown, head of FEMA (by now long since demoted to below a Cabinet-level position) and NHC's then director, Max Mayfield, tried to brief the "president" about the storm's likely outcome, including the topping if not the breaching of the levees. Bush then cut his vacation short... to go on another GOP fundraiser in San Diego so he could compare himself to FDR.



Was this a lapse in judgment on Bush's part? Sure. But there were several. The day Katrina made landfall, Bush helped John McCain celebrate his 69th birthday and had cake with him. He also got a guitar and played it while hundreds drowned, thereby becoming the Nero of the 21st century.



Then, when his vacation was officially over, Bush did flyovers to view the damage but not low enough to see the half-eaten corpses of African Americans and alligators floating in the streets of the French Quarter in highly toxic water nor to see the coffins that had been washed from what was supposed to be their final resting places.





Then Bush landed, thereby grounding rescue helicopters so he could tell former horse inspector Michael Brown, "You're doing a heckuva job, Brownie."





Geraldo Rivera of Fox News September 5, 2005 in perhaps his finest hour from a dark and damp Convention Center packed with 25,000 refugees. The Convention Center wasn't built to take in even one.


Sure, part of Geraldo's conduct was theater but underpinning that was a shocked disbelief shared by many of us that our government could be so cruel, callous and essentially worthless in the face of a storm. That same night, from the Super Dome, Shep Smith had a similar epiphany and was practically screaming at the injustice of the horrors he was witnessing while host Sean Hannity sat in his climate-controlled sound stage 1500 miles away and calmly but idiotically asked Smith for "context." 55,000 people were packed into two large buildings with no food, water or medical aid while all those things and more awaited them on the other end of the bridge.



Meanwhile, Blackwater, arriving in New Orleans unannounced, would eventually get $70,000,000 of "security" contracts from the Bush administration while Halliburton would get billions in cleanup contracts over local businesses and would qualify for small business tax breaks simply because the oil services behemoth didn't ordinarily get cost-plus no-bid cleanup contracts. Then Bush tried to suspend the Bacon-Davis Act so that the people doing the actual cleanup would get paid under minimum wage.



The USS Bataan sat off the coast waiting to have their 800 hospital beds filled and saw not one occupied. The ship also had the capacity to desalinize daily 100,000 gallons of salt water yet was not used.



70 nations had pledged and offered well over a billion dollars in money and aid and we'd refused it with the arrogance of a pirate captain who would not allow his crew to be rescued by another ship. Wal-Mart trucks trying to deliver water and ice were diverted from where it was needed the most to where it wasn't needed. It looked, for all the world, as if the Bush administration was committing genocide under our very noses.



The aftermath was hardly any better. Charter schools began replacing the public schools so that the children who'd once attended those schools could no longer afford to go to them. Houses and entire neighborhoods were razed and replaced by luxury condos. The gentrification had begun and Mardi Gras suddenly started looking a lot whiter.



The former residents of NOLA were shunted to tiny trailers bought by FEMA that contained dangerously high levels of formaldehyde. Right wing cocksuckers like Neal Boortz began calling the victims "scumbags" for being unfortunate enough to get in the way of Katrina and embarrassing the Bush administration. Their jobs were gone, their homes were gone and, in many cases, their families were gone.



Then in 2009, just days before leaving an office that he'd shamelessly stolen while being stupendously unqualified for it, Bush snarled at mild media criticism over Katrina and claimed that he'd rescued 30,000 people as if the 1800 deaths were unavoidable and unworthy of mention. Let me know if I've forgotten anything because I know I have.



The overall impression we were getting from both the media and the government was that, at the slightest sign of anarchy, black people would immediately resort to barbarism and rape, kill and loot at the first opportunity. The facts speak otherwise: It was the white people, especially those in unaffected Algiers Point and the New Orleans Police Department, especially at the Danziger bridge, who were the ones who'd resorted to barbarism.



Note that I am not providing the usual linkage because these and many other clusterfucks, the countless hundreds of moral, mental and administrative failures are, I would hope, eternally etched into our collective memory. These and many other stories that didn't make the grade for the 5 and 10 o'clock news should serve as a referendum that our government, especially when run by right wingers, is far more prone to position itself rather than the infrastructure and its citizenry for damage control.



And when the government's credibility is impugned, no matter who's in power, we the people will be snarled at and eventually deemed expendable.

احدث رسائل تهنئة عيد الفطر 2011

رسائل عيد الفطر , رسال عيد 2011 , احدث رسائل عيد الفطر 2011 , تحميل رسائل عيد الفطر , رسائل للعيد , رسائل تهنئة بالعيد

السلام عليكم

مما لا يخفى عليكم إخواني ما لرسائل الجوال من أهمية في إحياء التواصل، وتقريب البعيد، وخصوصا في المناسبات والأعياد، لذا سنخصص هذه المشاركة لتجميع أكبر عدد ممكن من رسائل العيد ( تهنئة، دعاء، شعر ...)

فشارك معنا أخي الكريم...

إليكم هذه المجموعة أتمنى أن تنال إعجابكم:



ـ باقة أزهار وورود،بقدوم العيد معطرة بالعود،فقط لك أنت ياصاحب الجود



ـ العيد أقبل ضاحكا يهدي السرور منغما ~~ فاسعد بعيدك سالما واهنأ به منعم



ـ فكرت ماذا أهديك للعيد...؟بودي أهديك كل غالي،من السماء نجمها العالي،ومن الأرض معدنها الغالي،ومني أجمل ما في حياتي...عيدكم مبارك



ـ كـل ورود الربيـــع.وثـــلوج الشتـــاء.وعصافيـــر الدنيـــا.تغـــرد لتهنئـــك يا ( اسم المرسل إليه) بالعيد وأنت مبارك كالعيد.



ـ كل عام وأنتم بخير،جعل الله كل أيامكم عيدا،وأعاده عليكم باليمن والإيمان


احدث رسائل تهنئة عيد الفطر 2011

رسائل عيد الفطر , رسال عيد 2011 , احدث رسائل عيد الفطر 2011 , تحميل رسائل عيد الفطر , رسائل للعيد , رسائل تهنئة بالعيد

السلام عليكم

مما لا يخفى عليكم إخواني ما لرسائل الجوال من أهمية في إحياء التواصل، وتقريب البعيد، وخصوصا في المناسبات والأعياد، لذا سنخصص هذه المشاركة لتجميع أكبر عدد ممكن من رسائل العيد ( تهنئة، دعاء، شعر ...)

فشارك معنا أخي الكريم...

إليكم هذه المجموعة أتمنى أن تنال إعجابكم:



ـ باقة أزهار وورود،بقدوم العيد معطرة بالعود،فقط لك أنت ياصاحب الجود



ـ العيد أقبل ضاحكا يهدي السرور منغما ~~ فاسعد بعيدك سالما واهنأ به منعم



ـ فكرت ماذا أهديك للعيد...؟بودي أهديك كل غالي،من السماء نجمها العالي،ومن الأرض معدنها الغالي،ومني أجمل ما في حياتي...عيدكم مبارك



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موعد صلاة العيد بمحافظات مصر

مواعيد مسلسلات رمضان 2011 مشاهده,مباراه,تحميل,حمل,تنزيل,نزل,دونلود,مباراه,او ن لاين,مشاهده,شاهد,استماع,استمع,ببلاش,مجانا,اون لاين,على النت,بث مباشر,بث حى,انا,عايز,عاوزه,بدى,اشوف,اتفرج,فيلم,اغنيه,اغانى, مباريات,مباراه,اغنيه,اغانى,لعبه,برامج,برنامج موعد مسلسلات رمضان 2011 , مواعيد مسلسلات رمضان
صرح الدكتور حاتم عودة رئيس المعهد القومى للبحوث الفلكية والجيوفيزيقية بأنه طبقا للحسابات الفلكية التى أجراها علماء المعهد فإن صلاة عيد الفطر المبارك ستكون فى تمام الساعة الخامسة و56 دقيقة صباحا بمدينة القاهرة.

وأضاف حاتم أن المعهد أصدر بيانا يحدد مواقيت صلاة عيد الفطر فى المحافظات ، ومدن جمهورية مصر العربية حسابيا ، وأنه طبقا لذلك فإن صلاة العيد ستكون فى تمام الساعة الخامسة و57 دقيقة فى كل من الجيزة ، وطنطا، وشبين الكوم ، وكفر الشيخ ، وسوهاج.

وأشار حاتم إلى أنه فى مدينتى الإسكندرية والمنيا فإن صلاة العيد ستكون فى تمام الساعة السادسة، وفى بورسعيد و الإسماعيلية والسويس ستكون فى الخامسة و51 دقيقة، وفى العريش فى الخامسة و45 دقيقة، وفى الطور والغردقة فى الخامسة و48 دقيقة، وفى سانت كاترين فى الخامسة و 47 دقيقة وفى طابا فى الخامسة و42 دقيقة ، وفى شرم الشيخ فى الخامسة و46 دقيقة وفى دمنهور والفيوم وبنى سويف فى الخامسة و58 دقيقة.

وقال حاتم "إن صلاة العيد فى مدينتى المنصورة والزقازيق ستكون فى الخامسة و55 دقيقة، فيما ستكون فى الخامسة و56 دقيقة فى مدينة بنها ، وفى أسيوط فى الساعة الخامسة و59 دقيقة ، وفى مدينتى قنا وأسوان فى الخامسة و54 دقيقة ، وفى مدينة أبوسمبل فى الساعة السادسة ودقيقة واحدة ، وفى مرسى مطروح فى الساعة السادسة و11 دقيقة ، وفى مدينة الخارجة فى الساعة السادسة و4 دقائق ، وفى دمياط الساعة الخامسة و53 دقيقة ، وفى السلوم الساعة السادسة و19 دقيقة ، وفى نوبيع فى الساعة الخامسة و 43 دقيقة ، وفى حلايب فى الساعة الخامسة و41 دقيقة.

موعد صلاة العيد بمحافظات مصر

مواعيد مسلسلات رمضان 2011 مشاهده,مباراه,تحميل,حمل,تنزيل,نزل,دونلود,مباراه,او ن لاين,مشاهده,شاهد,استماع,استمع,ببلاش,مجانا,اون لاين,على النت,بث مباشر,بث حى,انا,عايز,عاوزه,بدى,اشوف,اتفرج,فيلم,اغنيه,اغانى, مباريات,مباراه,اغنيه,اغانى,لعبه,برامج,برنامج موعد مسلسلات رمضان 2011 , مواعيد مسلسلات رمضان
صرح الدكتور حاتم عودة رئيس المعهد القومى للبحوث الفلكية والجيوفيزيقية بأنه طبقا للحسابات الفلكية التى أجراها علماء المعهد فإن صلاة عيد الفطر المبارك ستكون فى تمام الساعة الخامسة و56 دقيقة صباحا بمدينة القاهرة.

وأضاف حاتم أن المعهد أصدر بيانا يحدد مواقيت صلاة عيد الفطر فى المحافظات ، ومدن جمهورية مصر العربية حسابيا ، وأنه طبقا لذلك فإن صلاة العيد ستكون فى تمام الساعة الخامسة و57 دقيقة فى كل من الجيزة ، وطنطا، وشبين الكوم ، وكفر الشيخ ، وسوهاج.

وأشار حاتم إلى أنه فى مدينتى الإسكندرية والمنيا فإن صلاة العيد ستكون فى تمام الساعة السادسة، وفى بورسعيد و الإسماعيلية والسويس ستكون فى الخامسة و51 دقيقة، وفى العريش فى الخامسة و45 دقيقة، وفى الطور والغردقة فى الخامسة و48 دقيقة، وفى سانت كاترين فى الخامسة و 47 دقيقة وفى طابا فى الخامسة و42 دقيقة ، وفى شرم الشيخ فى الخامسة و46 دقيقة وفى دمنهور والفيوم وبنى سويف فى الخامسة و58 دقيقة.

وقال حاتم "إن صلاة العيد فى مدينتى المنصورة والزقازيق ستكون فى الخامسة و55 دقيقة، فيما ستكون فى الخامسة و56 دقيقة فى مدينة بنها ، وفى أسيوط فى الساعة الخامسة و59 دقيقة ، وفى مدينتى قنا وأسوان فى الخامسة و54 دقيقة ، وفى مدينة أبوسمبل فى الساعة السادسة ودقيقة واحدة ، وفى مرسى مطروح فى الساعة السادسة و11 دقيقة ، وفى مدينة الخارجة فى الساعة السادسة و4 دقائق ، وفى دمياط الساعة الخامسة و53 دقيقة ، وفى السلوم الساعة السادسة و19 دقيقة ، وفى نوبيع فى الساعة الخامسة و 43 دقيقة ، وفى حلايب فى الساعة الخامسة و41 دقيقة.

Amel Mathlouthi - Dhalem

اقتلني..نكتب غناية،اجرحني نغني حكايا زيدني من لعذاب..ما يدفي شتايا..يمطر الحان تشيح بكايا ..يهزك لزمان وهي بقايا.... يا ظالمني يجيك نهار تصير ضحايا

dimanche 28 août 2011

موعد عيد الفطر 2011

متى عيد الفطر , متى العيد فى مصر 2011 , متى ياتى العيد , متى نهاية شهر رمضان 2011 , متى بداية شهر شوال 2011-1432 , مواعيد مسلسلات رمضان 2011 مشاهده,مباراه,تحميل,حمل,تنزيل,نزل,دونلود,مباراه,او ن لاين,مشاهده,شاهد,استماع,استمع,ببلاش,مجانا,اون لاين,على النت,بث مباشر,بث حى,انا,عايز,عاوزه,بدى,اشوف,اتفرج,فيلم,اغنيه,اغانى, مباريات,مباراه,اغنيهانى,لعبه,برامج,برنامج موعد مسلسلات رمضان 2011 , مواعيد مسلسلات رمضان

أعلنت دار الإفتاء المصرية أن اليوم الاثنين هو المتمم لشهر رمضان المبارك، وأن غدا الثلاثاء هو أول أيام عيد الفطر المبارك، أعاده اله علينا وعلى الأمة الإسلامية بالخير واليمن والبركات



وبذلك تكون صلاة عيد الفطر المبارك فى تمام الساعة الخامسة و56 دقيقة صباحا بمدينة القاهرة، والساعة الخامسة و57 دقيقة فى كل من الجيزة ، وطنطا، وشبين الكوم ، وكفر الشيخ ، وسوهاج.



وفى مدينتى الإسكندرية والمنيا فإن صلاة العيد ستكون فى تمام الساعة السادسة، وفى بورسعيد و الإسماعيلية والسويس ستكون فى الخامسة و51 دقيقة، وفى العريش فى الخامسة و45 دقيقة، وفى الطور والغردقة فى الخامسة و48 دقيقة، وفى سانت كاترين فى الخامسة و 47 دقيقة وفى طابا فى الخامسة و42 دقيقة ، وفى شرم الشيخ فى الخامسة و46 دقيقة وفى دمنهور والفيوم وبنى سويف فى الخامسة و58 دقيقة.



وفى مدينتى المنصورة والزقازيق ستكون فى الخامسة و55 دقيقة، فيما ستكون فى الخامسة و56 دقيقة فى مدينة بنها ، وفى أسيوط فى الساعة الخامسة و59 دقيقة ، وفى مدينتى قنا وأسوان فى الخامسة و54 دقيقة ، وفى مدينة أبوسمبل فى الساعة السادسة ودقيقة واحدة ، وفى مرسى مطروح فى الساعة السادسة و11 دقيقة ، وفى مدينة الخارجة فى الساعة السادسة و4 دقائق ، وفى دمياط الساعة الخامسة و53 دقيقة ، وفى السلوم الساعة السادسة و19 دقيقة ، وفى نوبيع فى الساعة الخامسة و 43 دقيقة ، وفى حلايب فى الساعة الخامسة و41 دقيقة.




موعد عيد الفطر 2011

متى عيد الفطر , متى العيد فى مصر 2011 , متى ياتى العيد , متى نهاية شهر رمضان 2011 , متى بداية شهر شوال 2011-1432 , مواعيد مسلسلات رمضان 2011 مشاهده,مباراه,تحميل,حمل,تنزيل,نزل,دونلود,مباراه,او ن لاين,مشاهده,شاهد,استماع,استمع,ببلاش,مجانا,اون لاين,على النت,بث مباشر,بث حى,انا,عايز,عاوزه,بدى,اشوف,اتفرج,فيلم,اغنيه,اغانى, مباريات,مباراه,اغنيهانى,لعبه,برامج,برنامج موعد مسلسلات رمضان 2011 , مواعيد مسلسلات رمضان

أعلنت دار الإفتاء المصرية أن اليوم الاثنين هو المتمم لشهر رمضان المبارك، وأن غدا الثلاثاء هو أول أيام عيد الفطر المبارك، أعاده اله علينا وعلى الأمة الإسلامية بالخير واليمن والبركات



وبذلك تكون صلاة عيد الفطر المبارك فى تمام الساعة الخامسة و56 دقيقة صباحا بمدينة القاهرة، والساعة الخامسة و57 دقيقة فى كل من الجيزة ، وطنطا، وشبين الكوم ، وكفر الشيخ ، وسوهاج.



وفى مدينتى الإسكندرية والمنيا فإن صلاة العيد ستكون فى تمام الساعة السادسة، وفى بورسعيد و الإسماعيلية والسويس ستكون فى الخامسة و51 دقيقة، وفى العريش فى الخامسة و45 دقيقة، وفى الطور والغردقة فى الخامسة و48 دقيقة، وفى سانت كاترين فى الخامسة و 47 دقيقة وفى طابا فى الخامسة و42 دقيقة ، وفى شرم الشيخ فى الخامسة و46 دقيقة وفى دمنهور والفيوم وبنى سويف فى الخامسة و58 دقيقة.



وفى مدينتى المنصورة والزقازيق ستكون فى الخامسة و55 دقيقة، فيما ستكون فى الخامسة و56 دقيقة فى مدينة بنها ، وفى أسيوط فى الساعة الخامسة و59 دقيقة ، وفى مدينتى قنا وأسوان فى الخامسة و54 دقيقة ، وفى مدينة أبوسمبل فى الساعة السادسة ودقيقة واحدة ، وفى مرسى مطروح فى الساعة السادسة و11 دقيقة ، وفى مدينة الخارجة فى الساعة السادسة و4 دقائق ، وفى دمياط الساعة الخامسة و53 دقيقة ، وفى السلوم الساعة السادسة و19 دقيقة ، وفى نوبيع فى الساعة الخامسة و 43 دقيقة ، وفى حلايب فى الساعة الخامسة و41 دقيقة.




El Capo, Surry Hills



El Capo means "the boss", and there's no question about who's in charge here. From the bad ass murals on the wall, to the pallet-load of dollar bills that doubles as a stool, El Capo feels like a seedy drug den come-to-life comic book-style.


El Capo

The pine tables are set with buckets of help-yourself cutlery and a box of domino tiles. The chairs are a colourful mix of wooden and metal

Forget the next world, in THIS world you're on your own*

On Friday Nate Silver wrote about the monetary cost of a storm like the one currently battering the east coast:

The procedure I have used to estimate economic damage — this is going to get a tiny bit technical — is to regress the logarithm of economic damage on three independent variables. The first two variables are the storm’s wind speed, and the distance of the storm from New York City, at its closest approach to Manhattan. The third variable is how many fatalities the storm caused in the Southern United States (these were significant in the cases of Hurricane Donna in 1960, Hurricane Agnes in 1972, and Hurricane Floyd in 1999), which is used as a proxy to segregate out damages caused in the South from those in the Northeast in the case of storms that made multiple distinct landfalls. The figures I am going to show you, therefore, reflect estimates of the economic damage to the Northeast from various types of hurricanes, including but not limited to the New York City metro region.







Click through to the article to see the full-size chart. But we are talking about $3.5 to $5.6 BILLION in economic damage from a storm just like this one. And that's just damage to the city, not to anywhere else. The numbers for damage in the range of this storm, by the time it's over, will be staggering. After wreaking havoc from North Carolina to Maine, it's almost unimaginable.



Of course thanks to Eric Cantor, whom President Obama lacks the courage to confront, we're all going to be on our own after this one, because King Eric refuses to give one dime of Federal aid unless it's offset by spending cuts elsewhere -- and presumably he's going to want those spending cuts to come out of Social Security and Medicare. So if you're, say, in your late fifties or early sixties, you might get federal aid to repair your house, but you're going to pay for it later on.



Even if you don't think you're going to need help because you have insurance, you might want to guess again, particularly if you do not have flood insurance (and most of us who don't live in a designated flood plain don't, though I am seriously reconsidering that).



And that of course brings us to Ron Paul, who thinks FEMA isn't necessary and we should go back to the good old days of the Galveston Flood:

Citing the Galveston hurricane in 1900 that obliterated much of the Texas coast, the libertarian-leaning congressman said Americans were able to rebuild their cities and put up a seawall without the federal government's help.


Yup, thems was the good ol' days, yessirree:



The citizens of Houston knew a powerful storm had blown through and had made ready to provide assistance. Workers set out by rail and ship for the island almost immediately. Rescuers arrived to find the city completely destroyed. It is believed 8,000 people—20% of the island's population—had lost their lives. Estimates range from 6,000 to 12,000. Most had drowned or been crushed as the waves pounded the debris that had been their homes hours earlier. Many survived the storm itself but died after several days trapped under the wreckage of the city, with rescuers unable to reach them. The rescuers could hear the screams of the survivors as they walked on the debris trying to rescue those they could. A further 30,000 were left homeless.



So many died that corpses were piled onto carts for burial at sea.The dead bodies were so numerous that burying them all was not possible. The dead were initially weighted down and dumped at sea, but when the gulf currents washed many of the bodies back onto the beach, a new solution was needed. Funeral pyres were set up wherever the dead were found and burned for weeks after the storm. The authorities passed out free whiskey to sustain the distraught men conscripted for the gruesome work of collecting and burning the dead. More people were killed in this single storm than the total of those killed in all the tropical cyclones that have struck the United States since. This count is greater than 300 cyclones, as of 2009. The Galveston Hurricane of 1900 remains the deadliest natural disaster in U.S. history.



There's a part of me that says, "Yes, let's let the Ron Pauls and the Eric Cantors of the world run things. Let's have the country run by people whose staffers call the police when their constituents try to get a meeting with them, and who charge $15 per question and who assume that everyone who lost his/her job because the CEO ran the company into the ground or outsourced everything to low-wage countries is a drug addict. Let's have a country where the people in this Daily Show segment are in charge:







The one problem with this is that once the teabaggers get a taste of the country for which they clamored, they'll scream bloody murder to have their programs reinstated. But it will be too late.



(For those who didn't get the title reference...)

الاهلى والمولودية بث مباشر تعليق الشوالى الجزيرة الرياضية +9

مواعيد مسلسلات رمضان 2011 مشاهده,مباراه,تحميل,حمل,تنزيل,نزل,دونلود,مباراه,او ن لاين,مشاهده,شاهد,استماع,استمع,ببلاش,مجانا,اون لاين,على النت,بث مباشر,بث حى,انا,عايز,عاوزه,بدى,اشوف,اتفرج,فيلم,اغنيه,اغانى, مباريات,مباراه,اغنيه,اغانى,لعبه,برامج,برنامج موعد مسلسلات رمضان 2011 , مواعيد مسلسلات رمضان,موعد مباراة, الاهلى المصرى ومولودية الجزائر, دورى ابطال افريقيا2011 , بث مباشر ,مباراة الاهلى القادمة ,Date match Ahly of Egypt and coming MC Algerian 2011 African Champions ,ماتش ,ماطش ,مطش الاهلى ,مواعيد مباريات الاهلى فى ابطال افريقيا , توقيت مباراة ,متى مباراة ,امتى مباراة ,دورى المجوعات ,تعليق عصام الشوالى ,المجموعة الاولى A,على الهواء مباشرة ,القنوات الناقلة للمباراة ,الجزيرة الرياضية بلاس ,الجزيرة الرياضية +9,قناة النيل للرياضة, نايل سبورت ,بث , بث حى , مشاهده , مشاهدة مجانيه , على النت , مشاهدة مباشره , رابط , رابط مباشر , رابط مجانى ,مجانا , بدون تقطيع , جوده عاليه , اون لاين , لايفon air , live , free , on



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مواعيد مسلسلات رمضان 2011 مشاهده,مباراه,تحميل,حمل,تنزيل,نزل,دونلود,مباراه,او ن لاين,مشاهده,شاهد,استماع,استمع,ببلاش,مجانا,اون لاين,على النت,بث مباشر,بث حى,انا,عايز,عاوزه,بدى,اشوف,اتفرج,فيلم,اغنيه,اغانى, مباريات,مباراه,اغنيه,اغانى,لعبه,برامج,برنامج موعد مسلسلات رمضان 2011 , مواعيد مسلسلات رمضان,موعد مباراة, الاهلى المصرى ومولودية الجزائر, دورى ابطال افريقيا2011 , بث مباشر ,مباراة الاهلى القادمة ,Date match Ahly of Egypt and coming MC Algerian 2011 African Champions ,ماتش ,ماطش ,مطش الاهلى ,مواعيد مباريات الاهلى فى ابطال افريقيا , توقيت مباراة ,متى مباراة ,امتى مباراة ,دورى المجوعات ,تعليق عصام الشوالى ,المجموعة الاولى A,على الهواء مباشرة ,القنوات الناقلة للمباراة ,الجزيرة الرياضية بلاس ,الجزيرة الرياضية +9,قناة النيل للرياضة, نايل سبورت ,بث , بث حى , مشاهده , مشاهدة مجانيه , على النت , مشاهدة مباشره , رابط , رابط مباشر , رابط مجانى ,مجانا , بدون تقطيع , جوده عاليه , اون لاين , لايفon air , live , free , on



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الاهلى والمولودية الجزائرى بث مباشر اون لاين

مواعيد مسلسلات رمضان 2011 مشاهده,مباراه,تحميل,حمل,تنزيل,نزل,دونلود,مباراه,او ن لاين,مشاهده,شاهد,استماع,استمع,ببلاش,مجانا,اون لاين,على النت,بث مباشر,بث حى,انا,عايز,عاوزه,بدى,اشوف,اتفرج,فيلم,اغنيه,اغانى, مباريات,مباراه,اغنيه,اغانى,لعبه,برامج,برنامج موعد مسلسلات رمضان 2011 , مواعيد مسلسلات رمضان,موعد مباراة, الاهلى المصرى ومولودية الجزائر, دورى ابطال افريقيا2011 , بث مباشر ,مباراة الاهلى القادمة ,Date match Ahly of Egypt and coming MC Algerian 2011 African Champions ,ماتش ,ماطش ,مطش الاهلى ,مواعيد مباريات الاهلى فى ابطال افريقيا , توقيت مباراة ,متى مباراة ,امتى مباراة ,دورى المجوعات ,تعليق عصام الشوالى ,المجموعة الاولى A,على الهواء مباشرة ,القنوات الناقلة للمباراة ,الجزيرة الرياضية بلاس ,الجزيرة الرياضية +9,قناة النيل للرياضة, نايل سبورت ,بث , بث حى , مشاهده , مشاهدة مجانيه , على النت , مشاهدة مباشره , رابط , رابط مباشر , رابط مجانى ,مجانا , بدون تقطيع , جوده عاليه , اون لاين , لايفon air , live , free , on



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الاحد 28/8/2011



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مصر 23.00



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الاهلى والمولودية الجزائرى بث مباشر اون لاين

مواعيد مسلسلات رمضان 2011 مشاهده,مباراه,تحميل,حمل,تنزيل,نزل,دونلود,مباراه,او ن لاين,مشاهده,شاهد,استماع,استمع,ببلاش,مجانا,اون لاين,على النت,بث مباشر,بث حى,انا,عايز,عاوزه,بدى,اشوف,اتفرج,فيلم,اغنيه,اغانى, مباريات,مباراه,اغنيه,اغانى,لعبه,برامج,برنامج موعد مسلسلات رمضان 2011 , مواعيد مسلسلات رمضان,موعد مباراة, الاهلى المصرى ومولودية الجزائر, دورى ابطال افريقيا2011 , بث مباشر ,مباراة الاهلى القادمة ,Date match Ahly of Egypt and coming MC Algerian 2011 African Champions ,ماتش ,ماطش ,مطش الاهلى ,مواعيد مباريات الاهلى فى ابطال افريقيا , توقيت مباراة ,متى مباراة ,امتى مباراة ,دورى المجوعات ,تعليق عصام الشوالى ,المجموعة الاولى A,على الهواء مباشرة ,القنوات الناقلة للمباراة ,الجزيرة الرياضية بلاس ,الجزيرة الرياضية +9,قناة النيل للرياضة, نايل سبورت ,بث , بث حى , مشاهده , مشاهدة مجانيه , على النت , مشاهدة مباشره , رابط , رابط مباشر , رابط مجانى ,مجانا , بدون تقطيع , جوده عاليه , اون لاين , لايفon air , live , free , on



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الاحد 28/8/2011



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مصر 23.00



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موعد مباراة الاهلى والمولودية دورى ابطال افريقيا 2011

مواعيد مسلسلات رمضان 2011 مشاهده,مباراه,تحميل,حمل,تنزيل,نزل,دونلود,مباراه,او ن لاين,مشاهده,شاهد,استماع,استمع,ببلاش,مجانا,اون لاين,على النت,بث مباشر,بث حى,انا,عايز,عاوزه,بدى,اشوف,اتفرج,فيلم,اغنيه,اغانى, مباريات,مباراه,اغنيه,اغانى,لعبه,برامج,برنامج موعد مسلسلات رمضان 2011 , مواعيد مسلسلات رمضان,موعد مباراة, الاهلى المصرى ومولودية الجزائر, دورى ابطال افريقيا2011 , بث مباشر ,مباراة الاهلى القادمة ,Date match Ahly of Egypt and coming MC Algerian 2011 African Champions ,ماتش ,ماطش ,مطش الاهلى ,مواعيد مباريات الاهلى فى ابطال افريقيا , توقيت مباراة ,متى مباراة ,امتى مباراة ,دورى المجوعات ,تعليق عصام الشوالى ,المجموعة الاولى A,على الهواء مباشرة ,القنوات الناقلة للمباراة ,الجزيرة الرياضية بلاس ,الجزيرة الرياضية +9,قناة النيل للرياضة, نايل سبورت ,بث , بث حى , مشاهده , مشاهدة مجانيه , على النت , مشاهدة مباشره , رابط , رابط مباشر , رابط مجانى ,مجانا , بدون تقطيع , جوده عاليه , اون لاين , لايفon air , live , free , on



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موعد مباراة الاهلى والمولودية دورى ابطال افريقيا 2011

مواعيد مسلسلات رمضان 2011 مشاهده,مباراه,تحميل,حمل,تنزيل,نزل,دونلود,مباراه,او ن لاين,مشاهده,شاهد,استماع,استمع,ببلاش,مجانا,اون لاين,على النت,بث مباشر,بث حى,انا,عايز,عاوزه,بدى,اشوف,اتفرج,فيلم,اغنيه,اغانى, مباريات,مباراه,اغنيه,اغانى,لعبه,برامج,برنامج موعد مسلسلات رمضان 2011 , مواعيد مسلسلات رمضان,موعد مباراة, الاهلى المصرى ومولودية الجزائر, دورى ابطال افريقيا2011 , بث مباشر ,مباراة الاهلى القادمة ,Date match Ahly of Egypt and coming MC Algerian 2011 African Champions ,ماتش ,ماطش ,مطش الاهلى ,مواعيد مباريات الاهلى فى ابطال افريقيا , توقيت مباراة ,متى مباراة ,امتى مباراة ,دورى المجوعات ,تعليق عصام الشوالى ,المجموعة الاولى A,على الهواء مباشرة ,القنوات الناقلة للمباراة ,الجزيرة الرياضية بلاس ,الجزيرة الرياضية +9,قناة النيل للرياضة, نايل سبورت ,بث , بث حى , مشاهده , مشاهدة مجانيه , على النت , مشاهدة مباشره , رابط , رابط مباشر , رابط مجانى ,مجانا , بدون تقطيع , جوده عاليه , اون لاين , لايفon air , live , free , on



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الاحد 28/8/2011



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samedi 27 août 2011

Hurricane Irene Open Thread

I plan to spend Saturday in my basement, giving it a long-overdue decluttering and cleaning -- getting ready to wet-vac after the power goes out and the pump stops working.



So consider this an open thread. If you are in Irene's path, keep us posted on how you're doing in the comments.

So whose button will this guy be wearing, Bachmann's or Perry's?

Meet your average Republican:

A 24-year-old Oregon man — who told police that he was a “Christian warrior” — has been charged with a hate crime for allegedly firebombing a mosque last November.



Cody Crawford faces 10 to 30 years if convicted of firebombing the Salman Alfarisi Islamic Center, which is about 200 feet from his house. Although his DNA has been connected to the crime scene, Crawford has maintained that he’s “100 percent innocent.”



In an unrelated incident, Crawford had ranted to police about Muslims, according to court documents.



“You look like Obama,” he said to a McMinnville officer in December. “You are a Muslim like him. Jihad goes both ways. Christians can jihad too.”



The documents reveal that Crawford also told authorities that “only Christians could understand him, that he was a Christian warrior that they were persecuting.”



“You will never know the truth about the mosque,” he allegedly said.



The firebombing came just two days after Mohamed Osman Mohamud, who had occasionally attended the mosque, was arrested in connection with a plot to bomb a Christmas tree lighting ceremony Portland.



Mohamud’s plot was reportedly uncovered with help from the Muslim community.

مسلسل الزعيم رمضان 2011


Voilà un feuilleton syrien, à ne pas rater, diffusé sur mbc1 ce ramadan 2011 et du même style que "Bab el hara" !

Liens pour regarder et télécharger la série
Regarder El-Zaeem مسلسل الزعيم sur panet (مشاهدة)Regarder El-Zaeem مسلسل الزعيم sur mosalsalat.alqudseyes (مشاهدة)
Télécharger El-Zaeem مسلسل الزعيم sur tunisia-sat (تحميل)Télécharger El-Zaeem مسلسل الزعيم sur ar.ewandoo (تحميل)

Caturday

Funny how many people in this video are male.







(via Elayne)

vendredi 26 août 2011

Eine Kleine Nachtmusik - Music to wait for oak trees to fall by

This is a little premature, but I wanted to be the first (and this version is GREAT):







And more eye-rollingly obvious storm songs:







OK, so it's the wrong day of the week:









And yeah, this is kind of a stretch:





Here at Casa La Brilliant, we've done about all we can do. My biggest fear is of our huge old oak trees falling. We pay an arborist a ton of money every year to keep an eye on the trees, but with this saturated soil and up to a foot of rain coming, who knows? Stay tuned.

الإعلام آفة الشعوب : الثورة السوريّة في ظلّ إعلام كاذب


الأمر الذي لطالما عرفناه والذي ازددنا منه إيقانا مع الثورات العربيّة هو أنّ : الإعلام العميل لاستبداديّة النظام والذي لا يعكس انتظارات الشعب ويغطّي على الجرائم التي تُرتكب في حقّه ، آفة هذه الأمّة !

وهذا شيء ممّا يُعانيه الشعب السوريّ اليوم مع قمّة التعتيم الإعلامي و التشدّق بالأكاذيب .. أمّا السؤال الذي أطرحه : فأين سيهرب هؤلاء من غضبة الشعب غدا حين يستحي التراب من وجوههم وهم يخبّؤونها ؟ لا

jeudi 25 août 2011

Ali Farzat : un caricaturiste syrien tabassé par les sbires de Bachar el-Assad


Jeudi 25 août à 4h30 du matin, le célèbre caricaturiste syrien Ali Farzat fut enlevé par les sbires cagoulés de Bachar el-Assad.




Parce qu'il ne possède qu'une arme : ses mains
Ces hommes cagoulés ont volé le contenu de sa sacoche contenant des caricatures et d’autres affaires personnelles. Ils ont finalement abandonné le caricaturiste sur la route de l’aéroport après l’avoir tabassé et

Démission de "Steve Jobs" le cofondateur d'Apple


Dans une lettre adressée aux dirigeants de la société, Steve Jobs, le cofondateur d'Apple et son PDG, a annoncé sa démission et son souhait de rester président du conseil d'administration.
J'ai toujours dit que si je ne pouvais plus assumer mes fonctions de PDG, je serais le premier à vous le dire. Malheureusement, ce jour est arrivé
C'est son état de santé qui l'a poussé à prendre une telle

Escapades From New York



(By American Zen's Mike Flannigan, on loan from Ari Goldstein)



"In a Democracy, nothing good has to happen in secret; and nothing good ever does. Secrecy is the enemy of Democracy. The more we allow our government to act outside of public accountability and the Rule of Law, the less it is our government, and the more it becomes instead an authoritarian occupying police state." - VoiceofV



"(I)t’s always a good day when you can bag a sand nigger." - NYPD cop after unlawfully arresting Prof. Ravi Shankar



When fascism comes to America, it will be wrapped in the flag and carrying a cross. - Misattributed to Sinclair Lewis



In a somewhat gentler, more trusting age, John Keats in "Ode on a Grecian Urn" synonymized truth with beauty. "Beauty is truth, truth beauty. That is all ye know on earth and all ye need to know."



Unfortunately, with industrialization and the inevitable acceleration of destructive technologies, the resultant paranoia and geopolitical intrigue, the truth is often not as beautiful as Keats preferred to think in 1819. Often, it's downright fucking hideous with enough bad guys, good intentions and shortcuts to Hell to fill both Snake Plissken movies.



The front page, above-the-fold story on the Huffington Post was a disturbing one even to people who keep as suspicious an eye on the NYPD as it keeps on those in the New York/New Jersey area. The United States, at least technically and officially, does not have a national police force (not even the FBI qualifies but more on them later). Yet this "mission creep" on the part of the NYPD, often operating an hour or more beyond their jurisdiction (New Jersey) but given unprecedented latitude by the federal government, is but the first step in the establishment of that dreaded national police department. And the establishment of a national police state is surely one of the unmistakable hallmarks of the beginning of Fascism. But before we can begin to fully appreciate the emerging and self-denying fascist state of affairs in the Land of the Free, we must first begin to remember when America really was a democracy in which due process and the rule of law was actually respected and enforced.



To begin with, the National Security Act of 1947 forbade the CIA from domestic surveillance, a fact that the CIA, even on its website, seems loath to admit it, as does, strangely, the Wikipedia entry on the subject. It was possibly the most important or at least the most transformative legislation ever signed by President Truman. It established the creation of the US Air Force, and federalized both the military and intelligence communities into much the same organizational framework that was in place until George W. Bush came along 55 years later with his own transformative but far less efficacious agenda.



The CIA's handcuffing on domestic matters did nothing to temper their desire to tamper in them and the names of their operations and general attitude was one of contempt for both the legislative (which funds it) and executive branch. It's no longer the realm of conspiracy theory to say that the CIA had funded assassination programs abroad (Operation Phoenix, which, contrary to popular reports, was not shut down at the end of '72 but continued through to the 80's in Iran). More widely-known but less understood was the now-infamous MK ULTRA assassination program barely touched on in the opening chapter of Naomi Klein's The Shock Doctrine.



The Central Intelligence Agency had overthrown several left wing governments and helped install corporate-friendly right wing dictatorships, most notoriously Pinochet's Chile on September 11, 1973. Ergo, it only follows that the CIA would establish its tentacular reach within our borders and get around the National Security Act by working in collusion with city law enforcement agencies such as the NYPD.



However, the NYPD, rather than being a mere proxy for the CIA in its domestic surveillance and racial/religious profiling, is also overstepping its jurisdictional boundaries, often operating across the river in New Jersey, an hour beyond its jurisdiction. At some point, the NYPD will reach a point of entropy beyond which they will cease being as effective as they as an intelligence-gathering apparatus. But no one as yet knows where that point is, much less where their extrajudicial jurisdiction extends. Yet where ever that is, often it does so without the knowledge of state or city government and even the FBI is left in the dark.



The usually supine New York Times, of course, chose not to get in on this action although another article in the US section that also came out this morning reveals that the FBI, which has been locked out from this CIA/NYPD connection, was nevertheless engaged in the same activity and, for the most part, pulled up a wide but empty net, even resorting to instigating and entrapping terrorism suspects. But, at the very least, it shows that the nation's top law enforcement agency and top intelligence agency are on the same page whether or not they know it.



But the CIA's recent meddling in domestic affairs is certainly not a new one. Just 20 years after Truman's National Security Act, the CIA developed Operation Chaos, not to be confused with the equally farcical KAOS of Get Smart infamy. Operation Chaos was intended to investigate foreign influence upon student demonstrators and other antiwar activists.



In today's time, such blatantly illegal racial profiling has resulted in countless violations of civil liberties of countless citizens, such as the arrest, release and paying off of Ravi Shankar (no relation to the sitar master). We've known for years the TSA under the advisement of the intelligence community, has put well over 100,000 Americans on terrorist watch and No-Fly lists, including the late Sen. Ted Kennedy. When one adds up the tote board, the safest rule of thumb for one to adopt is, If it's a government agency, it's out to get you.



Escapades From LA




Now, let's consider Posse Comitatus, the 1878 law forbidding (Ha, ha) the Commander in Chief from putting federal troops on the streets of America. It was barely over three years ago that we were treated to this shockingly clueless (no one once ever mentioned Posse Comitatus) and brainlessly breezy news report about 2300 Marines landing in Indiana and all over the Midwest for what was obviously martial law exercises.



The militarization of our urban police since the creation of SWAT teams in the 1960's is due largely to the sale of items ranging from handguns to tanks between the DoD and law enforcement agencies such as the NYPD and LAPD. This is a legitimate concern that crosses ideological boundaries. 14 years ago, it was addressed by World Net Daily's Joseph Farah in "The militarization of the domestic police." Said the usually factually- and lucidity-challenged Farah:

What gives? Why is all this deadly hardware purchased with U.S. taxpayer dollars to fight foreign enemies now being turned on unsuspecting American civilians at the very moment they are being disarmed by local, state and federal governments?



The militarization of local police departments is getting so brazen even many local governments are having second thoughts about the program. In Los Angeles, for instance, one of the nation's biggest police departments is saying it was a mistake to accept the bayonets and is shipping them back to the Army.



More than 6,400 surplus bayonets went to law enforcement agencies between Oct. 1, 1996 and Sept. 30, 1997, according to the federal Defense Logistics Agency in Washington. But what on earth would domestic police departments do with bayonets?



For once I agree with the American Civil Liberties Union.


Farah's outrage was obviously channeled through a purely libertarian/2nd Amendment prism ("at the very moment (we) are being disarmed by local, state and federal governments") but his concern is nonetheless a very valid one shared by both sides of the Great Ideological Divide. Why were 6400 bayonets sold to local law enforcement during that year?



And, it only follows whether or not one has corroborating evidence, that a Central Intelligence Agency that would act complicitly with the NYPD would also do the same thing with the other massive police presence on the other coast: The LAPD. We know the government has heavily militarized the LAPD. Why not use them to spy on Latino communities and even to exterminate them by arranging drug trafficking by coordinating with the LAPD (Anyone who's even heard the late Gary Webb's name knows what I'm talking about)? If you're going to violate the letter of a law as large and as important as the National Security Act, you might as well get your money's worth and go for broke. And why stop at the coasts? Why not also involve other large police departments in the flyover states? Frankly, I'm amazed the authors of the HuffPo article never even raised that all-but-certain possibility that the CIA is spying on the entire United States through local law enforcement proxies. We've known for 6 years that the NSA was doing so with the collusion of the telecom giants and at the behest of the Bush administration.



The CIA's incredibly cynical view of minorities in South Central and East LA in coordinating with the LAPD, since the Bobby Kennedy assassination widely seen as "a lapdog for the CIA", borders on genocide. In using the Los Angeles Police Department to ensure a steady flow of drugs coming into LA, the CIA thought it was establishing plausible deniability that it had been violating the National Security Act.



Meanwhile, Uncle Sam's jihad against Muslim communities continues regardless of a recent Gallup poll that stated 93% of American Muslims remained loyal to the US government that has merely ramped up surveillance and entrapping them. If you insist on drawing blood and you pick at the same patch of skin long enough, then eventually you'll get your wish and draw blood.



The FBI, aided with all sorts of dodgy, PATRIOT Act federal laws that criminalize noncrimes by prefacing them "conspiracies to commit...", has set up a Minority Report setup whereby previously innocent men are tempted to commit terrorist acts and charged with crimes they hadn't actually committed. Considering that bigotry and cynicism to which ordinarily law-abiding Muslims have been subjected have already embittered them, an asset or paid informant (of which the FBI has many, such as Agent Provocateur Hal Turner) wouldn't have to work very hard to radicalize them. It's a self-fulfilling prophecy.



Yet once word gets out at how much Muslim Americans are maligned and religiously profiled by the very government to which they inexplicably swear unswerving allegiance, the FBI's post COINTELPRO actions could eat up that patriotic capital very quickly. And then we'll have a very real Muslim problem with which to contend.

Web 2.0 et Politique ou comment Obama a gagné les élections ?


Aujourd'hui, nul ne peut nier le rôle important qu'a joué le web dans la candidature d'Obama, mais surtout dans sa victoire. Certains concluent même que c'est  le web 2.0 qui a changé le paysage politique !


Obama était le candidat le plus présent sur le web et c'était cette présence stratégique qui a donné plus de poids à sa candidature.Il s'agit, en effet, de toute une stratégie basée sur la

Olka Polka Bakery & Deli, Campbelltown

It's a long journey on the train out to Campbelltown, but the trip is well worth it when there's freshly baked rye bread at the other end. For my latest column for Time Out Sydney I headed to Olka Polka, a Polish bakery and deli that's been a godsend for homesick ex-pats for almost a decade. 

The business has no relation to Sammy and Bella Jakubiak, the NSW sisters who used the same name for

If you're going to get rid of Medicare, you're going to have to give people a way out

Forgetting for a moment about the utter ridiculousness of the right's insistence on how much they revere the sanctity of life at the same time that they want to pull the medical rug out from everyone who reaches the age of 65, the fact remains that if the elderly cannot obtain medical care, or if they WANT to leave before becoming a tremendous cost to society, we're going to have to come up with a way to do it.



Yesterday in the New York Times, we read about a couple who decided to exit peacefully and without violence -- through self-stafvation -- and got kicked out of their assisted living residence:

As it happened, the elder Rudolphs had a long and satisfying old age in Albuquerque, N.M., where they lived for 60 years; they gardened and volunteered with the Boy Scouts and served as leaders in their Presbyterian church. When their large house and gardens became difficult to maintain, they built a smaller one in a neighboring town, then moved again to a retirement community.





“At that point, some health issues began to emerge,” their son said. Mrs. Rudolph broke her hip and was in and out of rehab, suffering frightening episodes of delirium.



“Dad had a permanent catheter,” said Neil Rudolph. “Physically and mentally, they began to go downhill.” In October, they entered an assisted living facility called The Village at Alameda, thinking it would be their last home.



The Rudolphs faced increasing pain and debility. Mr. Rudolph, 92, suffered from spinal stenosis; Mrs. Rudolph, 90, had become largely immobile. Both showed symptoms of early dementia. So in January, they set in motion their plan to stop eating and drinking.



And the facility tried to evict the couple. The administrators, apparently on orders from the corporate legal department in Maryland, told the family the Rudolphs had to leave the next day.



Current management would not comment beyond an e-mailed statement saying that when a resident “requires alternate placement, medical attention, or a level of care beyond the facility’s capabilities, we have an obligation to notify a medical provider.” Fundamental Long Term Care, the firm that owns the facility and more than 100 others in 14 states, did not respond to requests for interviews.



As Neil Rudolph recalls the events, he protested that the couple — already on Day 4 of their fast — had nowhere to go. He also pointed out that their contract required 30 days’ notice of discharge. The following day, administrators called 911, reported a suicide attempt and told the paramedics to take the elder Rudolphs to a hospital.



So much for the peaceful passage.



Voluntarily stopping eating and drinking — as the Rudolphs had learned from consulting with Compassion & Choices, the largest national organization working to expand end-of-life options — is a legal way to hasten death without drugs or violence, usually in about two weeks. In a survey of hospice nurses in Oregon, published in The New England Journal of Medicine in 2003, respondents reported that most of their terminally ill patients who had deliberately refused food and fluids had “a good death,” with low levels of pain or suffering.



“They said, ‘That’s what we want to do,’” Neil Rudolph said, emphasizing that his parents’ decision was hardly impulsive or caused by a bout with depression. He and his sister, Elaine Spence, and their spouses had come from Colorado to be with their parents and had called in a hospice organization. “We all discussed what it meant and whether they were sure,” he said.



When his parents said they were, he helped them write a statement affirming their decision and then told the assisted living administrators about their plan.



Shortly thereafter, two emergency squads, from the Albuquerque Fire Department and Albuquerque Ambulance Services, converged on the scene. Neil Rudolph’s wife called a reporter from The Albuquerque Journal, to whom the elder Rudolphs gave outraged and lucid interviews. The emergency crews soon called a doctor at the University of New Mexico’s emergency medicine department, part of a consortium that consults when a 911 call brings a situation outside the norm — and this certainly qualified.



The Rudolphs were eventually able to check out the way they wanted to, but it was only because their children rented a house for them and, with the help of hospice and taking turns in a round-the-clock vigil, were able to provide the necessary care. What about people without the resources to rent a facility away from the medical community, or without children, or with children who are unable or unwilling to provide this kind of care and oversee this kind of exit?



We can't have it both ways as a society. We can't rail against "greedy geezers" and have politicians screaming about how much it costs to keep the sick elderly alive and at the same time put roadblock after roadblock in the way of a dignified exit. If we can't have an exit that doesn't cost hundreds of thousands of dollars and agonizing pain and indignity, and we can't obtain medical care, what are we supposed to do when our time is up?