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Thursday, March 30, 2006

Blogger's Reading this Morning

Lebanese president praises Syria, Hezbollah in summit addressKHARTOUM, Sudan (AP) - In a speech sure to exacerbate divisions back home, pro-Syrian Lebanese President Emile Lahoud on Wednesday praised the roles that Syria and the militant Hezbollah guerrilla group play in his country. Addressing heads of state ... more As Lahoud allready has his problems back home, thi is calling for trouble ...

Arab summit opens with sharp divisions over final communique KHARTOUM, Sudan (AP) - The annual Arab League summit was sharply divided even before it began Tuesday, with late-night wrangling over the wording of the final declaration and the absence of a number of key leaders at a meeting meant to tackle the region's ... more The summit ended yesterday with the usual resolutions and support for the Palestinians, the Iraqis and some more, - but nothing on the real problems in the Arab world. The Khartoon Cartoon (scroll down) from Arab News was accurate! I will post on the summit in more detail later ..

Blair in Indonesia to Learn More About Islam JAKARTA, Marc 29, 2006 – British Prime Minister Tony Blair was due in Indonesia Wednesday, March 29, for talks with Indonesian officials, expected to be dominated by the promotion of a better understanding and development of Islam. More ... This is IslamOnline and mostly this is the way to get the picture on how Islam would like the news to read. Rarely any connection to real world ...

Mideast Needs $1 Trillion for 100 Million Jobs P.K. Abdul Ghafour, Arab News
JEDDAH, 30 March 2006 — The Middle East needs $1 trillion in investments in productive projects in order to create 100 million new jobs, says Lubna Al-Qassimi, minister of economy and planning in the... Full Story Well, you do have some income on oil ...


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