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Turkey Has Plans to Move Against Iraq Kurds

Ankara – Turkey has prepared detailed plans for a cross-border operation into Iraq against Kurdish rebels and will act if U.S. or Iraqi forces fail to tackle them, Foreign Minister Abdullah Gul was quoted as saying on Friday.

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July 5, 2007

Trip to Pakistan

… it is the dream of every Indian to visit Pakistan just as it is the dream of every Pakistani to visit India. The reason is simple: Each wants to see and to feel how the two countries have progressed since independence six decades ago. I have always been fascinated by Pakistan, its people and …

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July 5, 2007

Javed Khan Receives Lifetime Achievement Award

SUNNYVALE, CA–Javed Khan, president of Jeskell, Inc., a Sunnyvale, CA-based IBM Premier Business Partner, has been named by CMP Technology’s VARBusiness magazine as a winner of the VARBusiness 500 Lifetime Achievement Award.

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July 5, 2007

NAM – India Rejects US Contention

NEW DELHI- Though India and the US are nowhere at the stage of having drawn diplomatic swords against each other over differences on their stand regarding contemporary relevance of the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM), they have not refrained in laying stress on their holding opposite views.

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July 5, 2007

Stabbing at Muslims

The simple point I am making is, that Rushdie is actually being rewarded for causing controversy in the Muslim world. It’s a simple stab at Muslims.

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July 5, 2007

Strange Bedfellows at Sudan ‘Spy’ Conference

The U.S. administration is genuinely concerned about the Darfur tragedy, but it also needs Khartoum’s support in the long war against al-Qaeda. Hence the high-level CIA presence at a somewhat surreal intelligence summit earlier this month in the Sudanese capital.

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July 5, 2007

Be Obedient to ALLAH

ALLAH, the Most High, says that those who practice regular prayer and pay charity regularly, will be the ones that are successful.

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July 5, 2007

The Farce of ‘Executive Privilege’

President Dwight Eisenhower was the first president to coin the phrase “executive privilege,” but not the first to invoke its principle: namely, that a president has the right to withhold certain information from Congress, the courts or anyone else — even when…

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July 5, 2007

Goldilocks Trips, Falls

Who out there doesn’t know by now that we are enjoying the best of all worlds with our domestic economy and stock markets? To hear the promoters tell it, the “Goldilocks Economy” is creating economic wonders for the country as a whole. The fact that only those in the top tiers are benefiting is just a minor annoyance…

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July 5, 2007

SE Michigan (V9-I29)

Obama most popular among Arabs, says Detroit Free Press / Canton fundraiser for Rep. Keith Ellison / Iraqi MP Ergec visits SE Michigan / CAIR press releases: ACLU day of action, “know your rights,” “be cautious,” cair internships available /

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July 5, 2007

Welcome to ‘Palestine’

How troublesome the Muslims of the Middle East are. First, we demand that the Palestinians embrace democracy and then they elect the wrong party – Hamas – and then Hamas wins a mini-civil war and presides over the Gaza Strip. And we Westerners still want to negotiate with the discredited President, Mahmoud Abbas. Today “Palestine” – and let’s keep those quotation marks in place…

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July 5, 2007

California Versus the Iraq War

Sacramento–June 30th–On June 6th the California senate passed a bill (S.B.924) authored by Senate Pro Tem President Don Perata, who also is the representative of the District where I live, calling for a special advisory election in early February to inquire whether the people of this State favor the withdrawal of American troops from Iraq.

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July 5, 2007

Lt. Col. Stephen Abraham is not the First Insider to Condemn the Kangaroo Tribunals

Jostling for media space in the last week–and largely losing out to spurious claims that Guantánamo is about to close–is the story of Lt. Col. Stephen Abraham, an army intelligence officer with 26 years’ experience, who has bravely spoken out against the Guantánamo regime. In an affidavit filed with…

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July 5, 2007

Electric Oud

Bulent Sabah Huseyni Ud Taksim

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July 1, 2007

Turkish Oud–Hicaz ud taksimi

“Hicaz makaminda bir ud taksimi”

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July 1, 2007