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>SWIETA w Gazie--arabska "normalka"-!!!!

02.01.03, 04:50
Nie ,nie swietowali Sylwestra lub Boze Narodzenie !!!
W Gazie arabstwo demonstrowalo -38 rocznica utworzenia org.mordercow Fatah,
tysiace z arabstwo demonstrowalo z portretami Sadama Husejna ,strzelalo jak
opetane w powietrze i na strony (opisane w artykole) , dalo strzelac z
roznej broni malym dzieciom i obnosilo sie ze zwyklymi "atrybutami"
arabskich demonstracji ( zakrwawione resztki --niby zabici
Izraelczycy,rozwalone autobusy i kawiarnie itd) ---arabska rozrywka .
Grozono tez USA i Europie jesli tkna Sadama Husejna....
Czyli normalka w Gazie.... gniazdo terorystycznych szerszeni.

Jan. 2, 2003
Palestinians condemn use of children at Fatah 'military parade'
By KHALED ABU TOAMEH
Palestinians in the Gaza Strip on Wednesday attacked the Palestinian
Authority for allowing heavily armed Fatah activists to march in the streets
during celebrations marking the 38th anniversary of the founding of the
movement.

Several hundred Fatah gunmen participated in the main rally held in Gaza
City on Tuesday, firing shots into the air from rifles and pistols.
Palestinians said it was the biggest show of force ever to be held by Fatah
in the Gaza Strip, estimating the number of people who attended the rally at
more than 70,000.

The Palestinian Minister of Interior, Hani al-Hasan, had warned Fatah
against displaying weapons during the celebrations. He also warned Fatah
activists against using masks to hide their faces, saying "hostile" elements
might try to exploit the situation to infiltrate their ranks.

Hasan's warning, which was completely ignored, was broadcast on Palestine TV
on Sunday night, less than 48 hours before the celebrations started. He said
prominent leaders of Fatah and other personalities had personally promised
him that no weapons would be displayed during the celebrations.

Witnesses said the Fatah activists carried almost every kind of weapon,
turning the celebration into a military parade.

"They started firing into the air during the early hours of Tuesday
morning," a Palestinian political activist told The Jerusalem Post. "The
shooting continued all day. It was like being in a battlefront. People were
terrified, and it's only a miracle that no one was killed or injured. This
is the last thing we need now."

A Gaza journalist quoted a Palestinian woman who reprimanded the armed Fatah
activists as they passed by her house, shouting at them, "Where are all
these weapons when the Jews invade Rafah, Khan Yunis, and Beit Hanoun?"

Many Palestinians said they were especially disturbed by the fact that
several hundred children brandishing Kalashnikov assault rifles were allowed
to participate in the Fatah celebrations.

Some of the children, according to witnesses, were carrying old and unsafe
Carl Gustav rifles. Others had their bodies wrapped with fake explosive
belts and dressed in a white uniform in glorification of Palestinian suicide
bombers.

The journalist, who expressed his disgust at the use of children in the
paramilitary celebrations, pointed out that the Palestinian Journalists'
Association had threatened to boycott any faction that uses children at such
events.

"Unfortunately, the PA did not prevent its media from showing children in
military outfits and carrying weapons," added the journalist.
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Jan. 1, 2003
Thousands of Palestinians rally on anniversary of founding of Arafat's
movement
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

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Thousands of Palestinians, many carrying assault rifles and dummy rockets,
marched in the West Bank and Gaza Strip on Wednesday, marking the
anniversary of the mainstream Fatah movement, in a show of internal strength
and defiance against Israeli occupation.

Israeli soldiers stayed out of the towns and refugee camps on Wednesday,
avoiding incidents and violence, allowing the Fatah marches to proceed
undisturbed. Since June, Israeli forces have been in control of most of the
main West Bank centers, marching in as a response to suicide bombing attacks
inside Israel.

The rallies, marking the 38th anniversary of the founding of Fatah, came
after 27 months of Palestinian-Israeli violence. Fatah, headed by
Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat, is in a constant struggle for predominance
with the Islamic militant movements, Hamas and Islamic Jihad. The large
turnout for the marches was a statement of Fatah power.

In the past year, Fatah-affiliated militias have been carrying out
increasing numbers of attacks against Israelis, including some suicide bomb
attacks, while Arafat himself had denounced the bombings and other attacks
on civilians inside Israel.

However, Arafat and other Palestinian leaders have hesitated to denounce
attacks on Israeli soldiers and settlers in the West Bank and Gaza, lands
claimed by the Palestinians.

In the West Bank city of Nablus, demonstrators burned a life-size doll of
Prime Minister Ariel Sharon. A child carried a large poster of Iraqi ruler
Saddam Hussein in a march where others held posters of Arafat.

He said the PA had issued instructions to all its security and civil workers
in the Gaza Strip to take a day off to attend the Fatah celebrations.
Security personnel were ordered to appear in military uniform and civil
servants were told they would be punished if they stayed away. Teachers who
are on midterm holiday were instructed to attend the rallies or risk a cut
in their salaries.

A Hamas official in Gaza City said that by defying the PA, Fatah was once
again proving that it is above the law and that the Palestinian leadership
has lost control over the gunmen.
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    • Gość: jojo Re: >SWIETA w Gazie--arabska 'normalka'-!!!! IP: *.proxy.aol.com 02.01.03, 04:55
      wojo!!!! napisał:

      > Nie ,nie swietowali Sylwestra lub Boze Narodzenie !!!
      > W Gazie arabstwo demonstrowalo -38 rocznica utworzenia org.mordercow Fatah,
      > tysiace z arabstwo demonstrowalo z portretami Sadama Husejna ,strzelalo jak
      > opetane w powietrze i na strony (opisane w artykole) , dalo strzelac z
      > roznej broni malym dzieciom i obnosilo sie ze zwyklymi "atrybutami"
      > arabskich demonstracji ( zakrwawione resztki --niby zabici
      > Izraelczycy,rozwalone autobusy i kawiarnie itd) ---arabska rozrywka .
      > Grozono tez USA i Europie jesli tkna Sadama Husejna....
      > Czyli normalka w Gazie.... gniazdo terorystycznych szerszeni.
      >
      > Jan. 2, 2003
      > Palestinians condemn use of children at Fatah 'military parade'
      > By KHALED ABU TOAMEH
      > Palestinians in the Gaza Strip on Wednesday attacked the Palestinian
      > Authority for allowing heavily armed Fatah activists to march in the streets
      > during celebrations marking the 38th anniversary of the founding of the
      > movement.
      >
      > Several hundred Fatah gunmen participated in the main rally held in Gaza
      > City on Tuesday, firing shots into the air from rifles and pistols.
      > Palestinians said it was the biggest show of force ever to be held by Fatah
      > in the Gaza Strip, estimating the number of people who attended the rally at
      > more than 70,000.
      >
      > The Palestinian Minister of Interior, Hani al-Hasan, had warned Fatah
      > against displaying weapons during the celebrations. He also warned Fatah
      > activists against using masks to hide their faces, saying "hostile" elements
      > might try to exploit the situation to infiltrate their ranks.
      >
      > Hasan's warning, which was completely ignored, was broadcast on Palestine TV
      > on Sunday night, less than 48 hours before the celebrations started. He said
      > prominent leaders of Fatah and other personalities had personally promised
      > him that no weapons would be displayed during the celebrations.
      >
      > Witnesses said the Fatah activists carried almost every kind of weapon,
      > turning the celebration into a military parade.
      >
      > "They started firing into the air during the early hours of Tuesday
      > morning," a Palestinian political activist told The Jerusalem Post. "The
      > shooting continued all day. It was like being in a battlefront. People were
      > terrified, and it's only a miracle that no one was killed or injured. This
      > is the last thing we need now."
      >
      > A Gaza journalist quoted a Palestinian woman who reprimanded the armed Fatah
      > activists as they passed by her house, shouting at them, "Where are all
      > these weapons when the Jews invade Rafah, Khan Yunis, and Beit Hanoun?"
      >
      > Many Palestinians said they were especially disturbed by the fact that
      > several hundred children brandishing Kalashnikov assault rifles were allowed
      > to participate in the Fatah celebrations.
      >
      > Some of the children, according to witnesses, were carrying old and unsafe
      > Carl Gustav rifles. Others had their bodies wrapped with fake explosive
      > belts and dressed in a white uniform in glorification of Palestinian suicide
      > bombers.
      >
      > The journalist, who expressed his disgust at the use of children in the
      > paramilitary celebrations, pointed out that the Palestinian Journalists'
      > Association had threatened to boycott any faction that uses children at such
      > events.
      >
      > "Unfortunately, the PA did not prevent its media from showing children in
      > military outfits and carrying weapons," added the journalist.
      > [ Printer Friendly ]
      >
      > Jan. 1, 2003
      > Thousands of Palestinians rally on anniversary of founding of Arafat's
      > movement
      > By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
      >
      > Advertisement
      >
      > Thousands of Palestinians, many carrying assault rifles and dummy rockets,
      > marched in the West Bank and Gaza Strip on Wednesday, marking the
      > anniversary of the mainstream Fatah movement, in a show of internal strength
      > and defiance against Israeli occupation.
      >
      > Israeli soldiers stayed out of the towns and refugee camps on Wednesday,
      > avoiding incidents and violence, allowing the Fatah marches to proceed
      > undisturbed. Since June, Israeli forces have been in control of most of the
      > main West Bank centers, marching in as a response to suicide bombing attacks
      > inside Israel.
      >
      > The rallies, marking the 38th anniversary of the founding of Fatah, came
      > after 27 months of Palestinian-Israeli violence. Fatah, headed by
      > Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat, is in a constant struggle for predominance
      > with the Islamic militant movements, Hamas and Islamic Jihad. The large
      > turnout for the marches was a statement of Fatah power.
      >
      > In the past year, Fatah-affiliated militias have been carrying out
      > increasing numbers of attacks against Israelis, including some suicide bomb
      > attacks, while Arafat himself had denounced the bombings and other attacks
      > on civilians inside Israel.
      >
      > However, Arafat and other Palestinian leaders have hesitated to denounce
      > attacks on Israeli soldiers and settlers in the West Bank and Gaza, lands
      > claimed by the Palestinians.
      >
      > In the West Bank city of Nablus, demonstrators burned a life-size doll of
      > Prime Minister Ariel Sharon. A child carried a large poster of Iraqi ruler
      > Saddam Hussein in a march where others held posters of Arafat.
      >
      > He said the PA had issued instructions to all its security and civil workers
      > in the Gaza Strip to take a day off to attend the Fatah celebrations.
      > Security personnel were ordered to appear in military uniform and civil
      > servants were told they would be punished if they stayed away. Teachers who
      > are on midterm holiday were instructed to attend the rallies or risk a cut
      > in their salaries.
      >
      > A Hamas official in Gaza City said that by defying the PA, Fatah was once
      > again proving that it is above the law and that the Palestinian leadership
      > has lost control over the gunmen.
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      >
      >
      Oj,Oj !!! Zatancza niedlugo,Oj zatancza !!!
    • viri-palestyna Nowy rok u Arabow--arabska 'normalka'-!!!! 03.01.03, 01:35
      Władze Bahrajnu aresztowały 41 osób, które w noc sylwestrową wszczęły awantury
      uliczne, niszcząc samochody i atakując przypadkowych ludzi w stolicy kraju - Al-
      Manamie.

      Ministerstwo spraw wewnętrznych podaje, że młodzi ludzie uszkodzili lub
      podpalili prawie 130 samochodów, z których 95 doszczętnie spłonęło. W starciach
      brało udział ponad 2 tys. osób, w tym wielu zamaskowanych.

      Zamieszki miały miejsce na Exhibition Avenue, w miejscu, gdzie przyjeżdża na
      wakacje wielu Saudyjczyków. W tym rejonie napastnicy pobili kilka osób.

      Zaatakowano również okna amerykańskich sieci barów szybkiej obsługi Jasmi i
      Kentucky Fried Chicken, a także siedem hoteli. Według hotelarzy straty wynoszą
      kilka tysięcy dinarów.

    • viri-palestyna Cenura w Libanie--arabska 'normalka'-!!!! 03.01.03, 01:37
      Libańskie siły specjalne otoczyły siedzibę bejruckiej telewizji satelitarnej
      NTV zapobiegając w ten sposób wyemitowaniu antysaudyjskiego programu.

      Rzecznik NTV powiedział, że libański minister informacji Ghazi al-Aridi już
      wcześniej ostrzegał, że doprowadzi do zamknięcia stacji, jeśli ta wyemituje
      środowy show polityczny "Bila rakib" (Bez cenzora). Gdy dyrektor NTV Tahseen
      Khayat odmówił, oddział komandosów otoczył siedzibę stacji w Bejrucie, a
      policja weszła do budynku i nie dopuściła do emisji.

      Gospodarze programu zaprosili do uczestnictwa przedstawicieli saudyjskiej
      opozycji. Rozmowa miała toczyć się wokół kwestii użycia baz saudyjskich przez
      wojska amerykańskie, zagadnienia "saudyjskiego reżimu" oraz ekonomicznej i
      politycznej sytuacji Królestwa.

      Telewizja NTV postrzegana jest w całym świecie arabskim jako wyjątkowo otwarta
      i liberalna. Władze Libanu widziały w niej jednak przede wszystkim narzędzie
      libańskiej opozycji.



    • puls Re: >SWIETA w Gazie--arabska 'normalka'-!!!! 03.01.03, 15:06
      wojo!!!! napisał:

      > Nie ,nie swietowali Sylwestra lub Boze Narodzenie !!!
      > W Gazie arabstwo demonstrowalo -38 rocznica utworzenia org.mordercow Fatah,
      > tysiace z arabstwo demonstrowalo z portretami Sadama Husejna ,strzelalo jak
      > opetane w powietrze i na strony (opisane w artykole) , dalo strzelac z
      > roznej broni malym dzieciom i obnosilo sie ze zwyklymi "atrybutami"
      > arabskich demonstracji ( zakrwawione resztki --niby zabici
      > Izraelczycy,rozwalone autobusy i kawiarnie itd) ---arabska rozrywka .
      > Grozono tez USA i Europie jesli tkna Sadama Husejna....
      > Czyli normalka w Gazie.... gniazdo terorystycznych szerszeni.
      >
      > Jan. 2, 2003
      > Palestinians condemn use of children at Fatah 'military parade'
      > By KHALED ABU TOAMEH
      > Palestinians in the Gaza Strip on Wednesday attacked the Palestinian
      > Authority for allowing heavily armed Fatah activists to march in the streets
      > during celebrations marking the 38th anniversary of the founding of the
      > movement.
      >
      > Several hundred Fatah gunmen participated in the main rally held in Gaza
      > City on Tuesday, firing shots into the air from rifles and pistols.
      > Palestinians said it was the biggest show of force ever to be held by Fatah
      > in the Gaza Strip, estimating the number of people who attended the rally at
      > more than 70,000.
      >
      > The Palestinian Minister of Interior, Hani al-Hasan, had warned Fatah
      > against displaying weapons during the celebrations. He also warned Fatah
      > activists against using masks to hide their faces, saying "hostile" elements
      > might try to exploit the situation to infiltrate their ranks.
      >
      > Hasan's warning, which was completely ignored, was broadcast on Palestine TV
      > on Sunday night, less than 48 hours before the celebrations started. He said
      > prominent leaders of Fatah and other personalities had personally promised
      > him that no weapons would be displayed during the celebrations.
      >
      > Witnesses said the Fatah activists carried almost every kind of weapon,
      > turning the celebration into a military parade.
      >
      > "They started firing into the air during the early hours of Tuesday
      > morning," a Palestinian political activist told The Jerusalem Post. "The
      > shooting continued all day. It was like being in a battlefront. People were
      > terrified, and it's only a miracle that no one was killed or injured. This
      > is the last thing we need now."
      >
      > A Gaza journalist quoted a Palestinian woman who reprimanded the armed Fatah
      > activists as they passed by her house, shouting at them, "Where are all
      > these weapons when the Jews invade Rafah, Khan Yunis, and Beit Hanoun?"
      >
      > Many Palestinians said they were especially disturbed by the fact that
      > several hundred children brandishing Kalashnikov assault rifles were allowed
      > to participate in the Fatah celebrations.
      >
      > Some of the children, according to witnesses, were carrying old and unsafe
      > Carl Gustav rifles. Others had their bodies wrapped with fake explosive
      > belts and dressed in a white uniform in glorification of Palestinian suicide
      > bombers.
      >
      > The journalist, who expressed his disgust at the use of children in the
      > paramilitary celebrations, pointed out that the Palestinian Journalists'
      > Association had threatened to boycott any faction that uses children at such
      > events.
      >
      > "Unfortunately, the PA did not prevent its media from showing children in
      > military outfits and carrying weapons," added the journalist.
      > [ Printer Friendly ]
      >
      > Jan. 1, 2003
      > Thousands of Palestinians rally on anniversary of founding of Arafat's
      > movement
      > By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
      >
      > Advertisement
      >
      > Thousands of Palestinians, many carrying assault rifles and dummy rockets,
      > marched in the West Bank and Gaza Strip on Wednesday, marking the
      > anniversary of the mainstream Fatah movement, in a show of internal strength
      > and defiance against Israeli occupation.
      >
      > Israeli soldiers stayed out of the towns and refugee camps on Wednesday,
      > avoiding incidents and violence, allowing the Fatah marches to proceed
      > undisturbed. Since June, Israeli forces have been in control of most of the
      > main West Bank centers, marching in as a response to suicide bombing attacks
      > inside Israel.
      >
      > The rallies, marking the 38th anniversary of the founding of Fatah, came
      > after 27 months of Palestinian-Israeli violence. Fatah, headed by
      > Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat, is in a constant struggle for predominance
      > with the Islamic militant movements, Hamas and Islamic Jihad. The large
      > turnout for the marches was a statement of Fatah power.
      >
      > In the past year, Fatah-affiliated militias have been carrying out
      > increasing numbers of attacks against Israelis, including some suicide bomb
      > attacks, while Arafat himself had denounced the bombings and other attacks
      > on civilians inside Israel.
      >
      > However, Arafat and other Palestinian leaders have hesitated to denounce
      > attacks on Israeli soldiers and settlers in the West Bank and Gaza, lands
      > claimed by the Palestinians.
      >
      > In the West Bank city of Nablus, demonstrators burned a life-size doll of
      > Prime Minister Ariel Sharon. A child carried a large poster of Iraqi ruler
      > Saddam Hussein in a march where others held posters of Arafat.
      >
      > He said the PA had issued instructions to all its security and civil workers
      > in the Gaza Strip to take a day off to attend the Fatah celebrations.
      > Security personnel were ordered to appear in military uniform and civil
      > servants were told they would be punished if they stayed away. Teachers who
      > are on midterm holiday were instructed to attend the rallies or risk a cut
      > in their salaries.
      >
      > A Hamas official in Gaza City said that by defying the PA, Fatah was once
      > again proving that it is above the law and that the Palestinian leadership
      > has lost control over the gunmen.
      > Previous article Next article
      >
      >

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