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Hoy… Prosigo al Blanco
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Donnys Diamond Gallery 2500 Memorial Parkway SW Huntsville AL 35801 Ph (256) 534-2255 *******DonnysDiamondGallery**** We have been voted #1 Destination for Engagement Rings and Wedding Bands the 2010 Best of the Tennessee Valley.
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BY EMOKE BEBIAK You're watching multisource global video news analysis from Newsy. SAM DONALDSON: “Talking about propaganda for Al Jazeera. Thank you for what you’re doing. People say Al Jazeera has fanned the flames here by bringing the fact that democracy is in existence, that people are being suppressed. That’s what we need. We need more communication in the world.” As the political climate escalates in Egypt and other Arab countries, Al Jazeera English is being roundly praised for its coverage of the unrest. According to The New York Times – its online live stream has gotten more than 1.6 million U.S. views. Al Jazeera isn’t available on cable TV in most of the United States. But that might be about to change. Huffington Post contributor Jeff Jarvis calls for public access to Al Jazeera English, which is currently not carried by most U.S. broadcasters. “Vital, world-changing news is occurring in the Middle East and no one -- not the xenophobic or celebrity-obsessed or cut-to-the-bone American media -- can bring the perspective, insight, and on-the-scene reporting Al Jazeera English can.” The new-found interest in Al Jazeera’s coverage comes from its reporting on the crisis in Egypt. The New York Times reports Al Jazeera’s strength is in its constant presence in the Arab world. “Al Jazeera English ... is indisputably unique. In recent days, the channel ... has gained attention for its up-close, around-the-clock coverage of the protests... While American television networks were scrambling to move reporters and producers into Cairo, the Al Jazeera channels were already there.” ABC News’s Nick Schifrin explains Al Jazeera’s main appeal is its willingness to voice several viewpoints -- even of those seen as underdogs. “If in the US Al Jazeera is seen as anti-US, in the Arab world, by the Arab governments, it’s seen as a threat. Because what it does is, one of its mottos is, giving voice to the voiceless. And what it will do is go on to the streets and give voice to the people who haven’t had a voice when only the state governments have provided the voice across the Arab world.” But the idea of broadcasting Al Jazeera English in the U.S. has met some criticism. Israel National News considers the political significance of Al Jazeera, saying there’s a reason the network is not widely carried by U.S. broadcasters in the first place -- its history. “...after the September 11 massacre, Al-Jazeera rebroadcast excerpts from a 1998 statement with terrorist leader Osama bin Laden dozens of times... In the statement, Bin Laden called on Muslims to kill Americans, Christians and Jews.” Finally - the media blog TV Newser suggests it’ll take more than a few words of praise to convince cable giants to offer Al Jazeera -- there are political, financial and contractual considerations. And in the end - the blog muses... “The network’s coverage of Egypt has been superb, but like its American counterparts, once the big news event dies down, the quality of its coverage often declines with it. Will the people calling for AJE now be tuning in regularly once Cablevision starts carrying it on channel 180? Don’t bet on it.” So what do you think? Should U.S. broadcasters carry Al Jazeera English? Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy. Transcript by Newsy.
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Salmaan Al-_Utaybi_ Al imran 190-195
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Gloria Trevi Feat. Paulina Rubio - No Al Alguacil (Preview) Hitmusicmx
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imam anwar al awlaki nimmt stellung zu den amerikanischen yemenitischen massakern im yemen und zu den imperialistischen plänen der usa und der Rafida im Iran und erklärt die Lösung aus Quran und Sunnah
23 Feb 2011
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FULLA ABABSA AL JAZAIRIA - WARDA AL JAZAIRIA - SABAH & ROLA - CHEB HASSNI -CHEB BILAL - FAIROUZ/ مقادير مقادير
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BY JESSICA HORD You're watching multisource world news analysis from Newsy Muammar Gaddafi is blaming al-Qaeda for the protests in Libya. Yes, al-Qaeda. “The requests are not their’s the requests come from Bin Laden.” Gaddafi is claiming militants are using teenagers, slipping them quote, “hallucinogenic pills in their coffee with milk, like Nescafe. The National Post mocks the statement -- saying... “Now that’s scary: Libyan students drink Nescafe? Is there, like, no Starbucks in Tripoli?” The newspaper isn’t the only one getting a few punch lines out of Gaddafi’s statement. Jon Stewart got in a jab or two. “Wait a second, maybe it’s true.” “This might be a good time for the United States to slowly back out of the room. Because that is some Alien vs. Predator shit.” So is this a big bad battle of two villains -- or just more batty blabbering from a man whose days in power are numbered? ABC News: “The mind of a man who seems increasingly wild and unhinged. A rambling Muammar Gaddafi unleashed another bizarre rant...” MSNBC: “Gaddafi claimed that al-Qaeda is responsible for the protests, really?" CNN: “Today Gaddafi made another speech and if you thought his rant on Tuesday -- this rant -- seemed strange? Well the one today was even more bizarre. Full of ramblings and lies...” But was it all ramblings and lies? The Hindustan Times reports al-Qaeda cheering on the protesters in a statement made on jihadist forums. “We declare our support and aid to the Libyan revolution in its legitimate demands, and we assure our people in Libya that we are with you and we will not let you down.” According to Al Jazeera -- protesters say their demands have nothing to do with al-Qaeda. 'Like' Newsy on Facebook for updates in your news feed Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
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Alberto es el encargado de una oficina de correos en una preciosa ciudad al norte de Italia. Presionado por su esposa, está dispuesto a hacer cualquier cosa para conseguir un traslado a Milán. Sus intentos por conseguir el ascenso son un desastre y como castigo es trasladado a una pequeña ciudad del sur, una verdadera pesadilla para un habitante del norte. Para su sorpresa, nada será como él esperaba.
4 Mar 2011
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MY Advice DONT Play WITH KING AL Beyluxe L.O.M.A
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Aventura - Dile al amor
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