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"Even When We Fight" - It's Life During Wartime down in the Coffee Trenches... and I think we all know trench-warfare is not all it's cracked up to be. Ryan seems to have some kind of "moment" with Gwen. Sort of. Or at least, *Sarah* seems to think so. Our favorite lovebirds spar in a verbal battle over Ryan's alleged intentions. Fortunately, truce flags are waved and the couple kisses and makes-up... Well, sort of... NEXT: More Gwen & Sarah and Yas & Ryan. OJinBG****
6 Jan 2011
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Journey to Freedom and Beyond is a riveting true story of combat during World War II. The author shares how he lost his entire combat crew after German forces assaulted his aircraft. What ensues is a gripping historical narrative that will give you a glimmer of the intense physical and emotional struggles faced by a prisoner of war. Through the pages, you will witness the author’s intense account of his life in the prisoner-of-war camp. He also gives harrowing glimpses of his numerous attempts to escape from the prison and the obstacles of disease, starvation and vermin that he suffered through. Robert Slane masterfully paints a grim wartime portrait with vivid strokes of fear, chaos and danger that will surely ensnare readers.
9 Sep 2011
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The Second World War and its aftermath has provided the inspiration for some stirring and remarkable stories, but the tale of US Air Force Captain Douglas Stewart must surely be unique. Left stranded on a South Pacific island to the mercy of the Japanese, Stewart miraculously survives and lives to tell the tale thirty years after the war has ended, eventually coming into conflict with old adversary Lieutenant Zimm in the military court. No Road Back is also an intensely heart-rending tale as Lowie Messe, Doug's wartime sweetheart prays for the day they will be reunited. Wartime action, tender romance and courtroom drama combine to form a narrative as compelling as any Hollywood movie.
30 Sep 2011
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*******SupremeMasterTV**** – Qasem Ramishgar, Renowned Singer, Guitarist, Composer from Afghanistan (In Dari) . Episode: 1838, Air Date: 26 September 2011. Today’s A Journey through Aesthetic Realms will be presented in Dari, with subtitles in Arabic, Aulacese (Vietnamese), Aulacese (Vietnamese), Chinese, English, French, German, Hungarian, Indonesian, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Mongolian, Persian, Portuguese,Persian, Portuguese, Russian, and Spanish. Welcome, friendly viewers. Today we have the privilege to meet internationally famous composer, guitarist, and singer from Kabul, Afghanistan, Mr. Qasem Ramishgar. Mr. Ramishgar is the head of Afghanistan Music Center. His beautiful compositions are frequently aired on Afghan national television. Furthermore, Mr. Ramishgar has performed at a variety of the world’s musical festivals. His song track for the award-winning film, “Apple from Paradise,” won best music award. Widely loved by music fans both in and outside of Afghanistan, he is also a respected judge on the Afghan Star – TOLO TV’s popular music talent show. Mr. Ramishgar’s affinity to music can be traced back to 27 years ago, when he first graduated from the Arts Faculty of Kabul University with a major in music. I was 10 when I started at the School of Music. I had a special interest in guitar. Fortunately, I chose to major in the guitar. Following that, situations developed in a way that I started working in the most popular music band called “Gule Sorkh.” We went to international festivals. Following that was the time that I lived for 10 years in Moscow. We had artistic trips. Almost 9 concerts in North America. We had concerts in Russia as well. Mr. Ramishgar’s music is rich with contemporary significance and spiritual meaning. Composed on the guitar, Mr. Ramishgar’s music gives new vitality to Afghanistan’s noble cultural heritage. One of his songs, Jirga, is about this peaceful assembly, in which people sit together to find solutions harmoniously. The heritage of Jirga (assembly) Has been left for us from ancestors Either today or tomorrow This homeland will be built soon The heritage of Jirga (assembly) Has been left for us from ancestors Either today or tomorrow This homeland will be built soon From now on among us All the separation is over Come so that we can be sweet All this bitterness is over From now on among us All the separation is over Come so that we can be sweet All this bitterness is over A call on Afghans The union is coming A call on Afghans The union is coming The heritage of Jirga (assembly) Has been left for us from ancestors Either today or tomorrow This homeland will be built soon. In Afghanistan all ethnicities including Pashtuns, Tajiks, Hazaras, Uzbeks, and Turkmens have a tradition for an occasion where a problem arises in the community and then they hold the assembly. Jirga is like a general conference where they sit down and solve the arising problem. And it even reflects the reconciliation between the people of Afghanistan and Pakistan, that we have lots of common aspects. The hearts of Kabul and Khyber We will make it to be the mirrors If someone is adrift from the path We will bring him to the path by jirga (assembly) The hearts of Kabul and Khyber We will make it to be the mirrors If someone is adrift from the path We will bring him to the path by jirga (assembly) Up you, O homeland The beautiful sun is about to rise. Mr. Ramishgar’s songs seek to give voice to the inner lives of Afghan people, who hold profound faith and deep yearning for spiritual liberation. One of his most welcomed songs, “Elteja,” blends guitar, drum, and flute with transcendental lyrics, the traditional pentatonic scale, and an Afghan meditative melody. This song is often aired on TOLO TV during the month of Ramadan and on Friday as well as other religious days. The people of Afghanistan are very religious. At the time of praying to God or when being alone, Afghans and Muslims and anyone who has faith in God will certainly possess a meditative state. The poem is of course a meditation, the situation of mental concentration of the poet which I have experienced. I’m drowning in the ocean of sin O God, forgive me! I’m drowning in the ocean of sin O God, forgive me! I’m regretful about my sin O God, forgive me! I’m alone, You are my friend I’m ill, You are my curer Heal me for the sake of mercy O God, forgive me! Drowning in the ocean… The music of pentatonic is special to the East and is used in the West in some improvisations as well. There are pentatonic scales in China, in Thailand, Laos. And there are pentatonic scales which are more different in mountainous regions of Afghanistan and in the regions between Afghanistan and Pakistan. The pentatonic that I used is specific to Afghanistan. Thus I’m in wonder O God, forgive me! I’m drowning in the ocean of sin O God, forgive me! In addition to exploring the soul’s journey, Mr. Ramishgar believes every song has a special message to the world. The song entitled “Dar Intezare Baran” (Waiting for the Rain), for example, calls attention to the trauma that wartime left in the lives of the young generation. Our little tree Was waiting for the rain Our little tree Was waiting for the rain Due to the ruined fortune We were filled with drought... The Institute of Music where Mr. Ramishgar works has established a music club in his name, which emphasizes both the beauty and social and spiritual responsibility of music. The noted artist is looking forward to a bright future in his homeland. Fortunately the Institute of Music has been revived, which is appreciable in the sense that it is presenting a new generation of musicians to the community of Afghanistan. And I’m certain that they will be the ones who would reflect much better messages about the current problems of our community in their artworks and (I hope) the people pay attention to the solutions (to those problems). Let us now enjoy “Nawa,” a vibrant song composed by Mr. Ramishgar, expressing the hope and excitement of waiting for the arrival of the Light and Music of God. O chanting, O voice O hope, O tone O you, the Light of God I’m waiting, come! O chanting, O voice O hope, O tone O you, the Light of God I’m waiting, come! You said I’m the fire I said to you I’m alight So that you can light up I’m aflame You said I’m the fire I said to you I’m alight So that you can light up I’m aflame O chanting, O voice O hope, O tone O you, the Light of God I’m waiting, come! O chanting, O voice O hope, O tone O you, the Light of God I’m waiting, come! Our sincere thankfulness, Mr. Qasem Ramishgar for generously spending time with us and sharing your beautiful music. We wish you many more splendid years of uplifting the spirit of the people of Afghanistan and the world with your enthralling melodious offerings. Lively viewers, thank you for your company today. Please stay tuned to Supreme Master Television for Vegetarianism: The Noble Way of Living, after Noteworthy News. May your heart be peaceful and happy.
18 Dec 2011
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*******SupremeMasterTV**** – GOOD PEOPLE GOOD WORKS Oxfam International: A Confederation of Humanitarians. Episode: 1872, Air Date: 30 October 2011. Greetings, considerate viewers, and welcome to Good People, Good Works on Supreme Master Television. This week’s program features Oxfam International, a global charitable alliance of 15 non-profit organizations working in 98 countries that conducts emergency and long-term projects to aid the disadvantaged and enhance social justice. The name “Oxfam” stems from the Oxford Committee for Famine Relief, a non-governmental group formed in 1942 by social activists and academics in Oxford, UK, whose objective was to relieve famine in Greece during wartime. Oxfam’s operations and missions can generally be categorized into three areas: long-term sustainable development projects, advocacy campaigns on important issues and humanitarian relief work. Development Projects The development projects, which are the heart of Oxfam’s work, find innovative, lasting ways to improve the lives of those in need. One of the organization’s success stories involves the introduction of a new cultivating technique that improves crop yields, called the System of Rice Intensification or SRI, in the African Sahel, Southeast Asia and India. In Âu Lạc (Vietnam), for example, Oxfam has been working with local partners to help small-scale rice farmers mitigate climate change and enhance food security through SRI farming methods. Advocacy Campaigns One of the most powerful, effective Oxfam initiatives is its Celebrity Ambassador project. Through the support of many public figures and international celebrities, Oxfam has helped better lives in developing nations around the world. Renowned English TV and radio personality Zoe Ball, the first ever female host of the BBC Radio1 breakfast show, is a celebrity ambassador for Oxfam Great Britain. In 2009, when Ms. Ball was expecting her second child, she and 20 other pregnant women joined a campaign begun by Oxfam and other partners, such as Save The Children, Action Aid, the Trades Union Congress and Unison to urge the British government to provide free healthcare services to vulnerable women and children in developing countries. The campaign was highly successful as then Prime Minister of Great Britain, His Excellency Gordon Brown, announced that the UK, along with other nations, would fund free healthcare services in six developing nations, including Sierra Leone. According to 2008 statistics, only 10% of births in this West African nation took place in a clinic or hospital. In the first month of the program’s implementation, the number of patients treated in prenatal clinics in Sierra Leone’s capital Freetown increased by seven-fold and 179% more children were being seen in health centers. Oxfam’s Press Officer, Sarah Dransfield, who also worked on the project, met a young Sierra Leonean mother who benefited from the charity care. The 19 year old named Marian, whose delivery was paid for by the program, said of her newborn baby, “He is a sign of great hope for my country.” Humanitarian Relief Work As natural disasters and other crises continue to cause widespread suffering around the world, Oxfam is dedicating a large portion of its resources to assisting people affected by these catastrophes, especially climate refugees, by supporting search and rescue operations and providing food, clean water, sanitation and shelter. Since July 2010, Oxfam International and its partners have helped 2.4-million people affected by floods in Pakistan. The group is also currently responding to humanitarian emergencies in Palestine, Afghanistan, Côte d'Ivoire (Ivory Coast), Liberia, Sudan, South Sudan, as well as in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Since July 2011, East Africa has faced its worst drought in decades, leading to the most severe food crisis of the 21st century. Oxfam International’s affiliates are now fully engaged in providing emergency assistance to those suffering from the crisis. Mr. Michael Delaney, director of Humanitarian Response for Oxfam America discusses the situation in the region. All of our energy is focused on responding to the crisis in the Horn of Africa. There is a tremendous drought in some areas; it’s a famine, where over 12-million people are affected and suffering at this very moment. And so we are on the ground in Ethiopia, in Somalia, in Kenya, helping people survive and also helping them become less vulnerable and have a more sustainable future. So, where our work is happening, right now as we speak, we have our staff out in those countries. All of the energy around our communications and our policy changes are around and dedicated towards the people in the Horn of Africa. Last week in our camp in Ethiopia, we had 20,000 people there. We were preparing a camp for 60,000. Today there are 75,000 people in that camp. So you can see how quickly this is evolving and the needs that are great. Besides distributing desperately needed food, Oxfam America is providing life-saving drinking water to those affected by the drought. Well, after two years of very minimal rains, this year has been the least amount of rainfall in over 60 years in some places in Somalia and Ethiopia. So the water tables under the ground are very low. Ponds are dry and so Oxfam, in many of the communities where we’re working and also in the refugee camps and the internally displaced camps, we need to, drill bore holes, sometimes 100 meters, sometimes up to 200 meters in order to access water. We can pump it out of the ground and then distribute it in a way that can meet people’s needs. One, so that they don’t have to walk so far to get water and we can provide it in their communities, or if they’re already in refugee camps or internally displaced camps, we provide the water right there for them. With the help of Oxfam America and its partners, it is envisioned that people in devastated East African communities will eventually be able to return to their normal lives. We know that in the short-term, people are moving in the refugee camps, into internally displaced camps. That’s a short-term solution. The longer-term solution is going to be getting people back on the land farming again and producing again. So, we have to think about this response, not as a short-term, three-month response but one of 18- months, two years, maybe even three years. In Ethiopia, for example, we have been working with regards to the drought for the last two years. We have been responding to both the emergency, but also helping communities build long-term sustainability. In those communities that we have been working in over the last two years, we are, right now in the third year of the drought, we're not working there because people are actually doing better. They're working together as a community. They have some irrigation. They have crops that are growing this year right in the midst of this drought. So, that’s a very positive sign. Upon first hearing of the tragic crisis in July, Supreme Master Ching Hai pledged US$150,000 each to Save the Children and Oxfam, for a total of US$300,000 in emergency aid to the Horn of Africa, with a personal message that she was doing so “with love and gratitude for these noble organizations' compassionate works.” On Supreme Master Ching Hai’s behalf, our Association members from Boston, USA presented the check for US$150,000 to Oxfam America together with gifts including her books “Love of Centuries” and “From Crisis to Peace,” as well as her #1 international bestsellers, “The Birds In My Life,” “The Dogs In My Life,” and “The Noble Wilds.” Delicious vegan sweets including a vegan cake were also given to the charity. Mr. Delaney had the following message for Supreme Master Ching Hai. On behalf of Oxfam America, we are very grateful for the check of US$150,000 for our East Africa Crisis Fund. This money will go to help the people of Somalia and Kenya and Ethiopia immediately. So we are very grateful to have this money to support the workers who we have in place in each of those countries who are working day and night in support of the people suffering from this crisis. So thank you very much. It’s very timely, this gift. And we’re also very appreciative of the many gifts that you brought us beyond the check that support us as an organization and will help all of us, the many staff of Oxfam going forward. So thank you very much. Thank you for your visit and thank you for your gifts. Michael Delaney also explained how the donated funds will be used in East Africa. We can increase the programs that we are carrying out and respond to the many people who are trying to survive at this very moment. There are people trying to reach refugee camps. Oxfam is there waiting for them. We provide water and sanitation and food to help people at their time of need. And others are in their homes or communities that have gone through almost two years without any rain. This is the third year that they are suffering without rain. So we’re helping with providing water in those communities. Irrigation. We’re, helping with tools and other instruments so that they can rebuild their lives. So this kind of support, the support from you is allowing us to carry out that work in the Horn of Africa. The President of Oxfam America, Mr. Raymond C. Offenheiser sent a kind thank-you letter to Supreme Master Ching Hai, which reads as follows: August 5, 2011 Dear Supreme Master Ching Hai, Thank you for your generous gift of US$150,000.00 to support Oxfam America’s response to the current emergency in East Africa. With your contribution to our East Africa Relief Fund, Oxfam will continue to provide desperately needed humanitarian assistance to the victims of the drought and the growing food crisis in the East Africa region, ensuring access to clean water, public health and sanitation, and support for emergency food security and livelihoods recovery. On behalf of the many people in East Africa whose suffering has been eased by your generosity and compassion, thank you for supporting Oxfam's humanitarian response program. We could not do it without you. With warm regards, Raymond C. Offenheiser, President We also give our deep heartfelt thanks to Supreme Master Ching Hai for the compassionate love and care she has shown to those affected in the Horn of Africa. Finally, we salute you Oxfam International and all your affiliates, including Oxfam America, for your determined efforts to bring emergency relief supplies, justice, healthcare and a more promising future to those in need around the world. May your meritorious service to humanity continue and save many, many more lives in the future. For more information on Oxfam International and Oxfam America, please visit www.Oxfam**** and www.OxfamAmerica**** Thank you loving viewers for your presence today on Good People, Good Works. May all on our planet be blessed with everlasting peace and contentedness.
4 Feb 2012
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*******SupremeMasterTV**** – GOOD PEOPLE GOOD WORKS The Way to a Promising Future Lies in Nature: Pakistan’s Helga Ahmad (In Urdu). Episode: 1879, Air Date: 6 November 2011. Today’s Good People, Good Works will be presented in Urdu and English, with subtitles in Arabic, Aulacese (Vietnamese), Chinese, English, French, German, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Malay, Mongolian, Persian, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Urdu and Thai. Greetings, eco-friendly viewers, and welcome to Good People, Good Works on Supreme Master Television. This week’s episode features Helga Ahmad, the chairperson of a non-profit, nongovernmental organization called the Initiative for Rural and Sustainable Development which is based in Pakistan’s national capital of Islamabad. One of the Initiative’s projects is the Funkor Child Art Center which promotes awareness of environmental protection, preservation of traditional culture, human rights, moral values and peace through art appreciation and book reading. Ms. Ahmad is a nationally recognized environmentalist who in 2007 received the prestigious Fatima Jinnah Gold Medal from Pakistan’s Ministry of Women’s Affairs for her outstanding contributions to society. Her profile also appeared in “Green Pioneers,” a book published by the United Nations Development Programme that showcases those making significant contributions to field of environmental conservation in Pakistan. Helga Ahmad was born and grew up in Bavaria, Germany. She later came to Pakistan which she has now made home for more than half a century. Her husband is Jamil Ahmad who previously worked as a Pakistani civil servant in the nation’s frontier areas and as a minister in Pakistan’s embassy in Kabul, Afghanistan. Due to her husband’s position, she was able to travel throughout Pakistan and she became involved in promoting sustainable development and environmental awareness after witnessing the challenges faced by the underprivileged segments of society. So , after my husband retired from government service, I was active with the National Craft Council of Pakistan, and we were trying to promote traditional crafts. And being personally interested in it, I was sent to different areas to see how one could improve. So near Multan there is an area called Crorebhaka and Crorebhaka has beautiful block-printed work and tie-and-dye work, done by the local women and men. Now the dyes which these women were using were highly toxic. And these women, the moment they were finished with the dyes, they used to throw it in the courtyard. And the children used to play. And naturally I was trying to teach the women that, look, this is very unhealthy, and your children become very ill because of it. Then I was able to also teach them how to use a local tree which is called the Neem tree, which is now an international tree. It's called Neem, the global tree of the future. And the people didn't even know that the Neem tree is very good for any type of skin problem. So I taught them how to use the Neem tree, but simultaneously I also tried to look around for funding to teach the women how to use the old technique of vegetable dyeing. So we got an expert from Bangladesh, and we tried our level best to have a workshop for 10 days in that area. The use of agro-chemicals endangers the health of rural residents, and this is another area of concern for Ms. Ahmad. Cotton is grown and cotton has enormous, high levels of pesticide sprays. And because of the pesticide, the cottonwood, which is used by the rural women as fuel, I took some cottonwood with me to the Pakistan Environmental Protection Agency laboratory, and we discovered that the cottonwood still has a lot of pesticide. So the woman who is cooking the food, and for instance, the pregnant girl is told by her mother-in-law, You sit comfortably and you do the cooking. Now in the process of it, this girl, when she cooks the food, she also inhales the fumes of the cottonwood. So she herself, as well as the unborn child, are automatically weakened. When Helga Ahmad was a child in Bavaria, she and her family would forage in the forest for edible wild berries and plants because of serious food shortages during wartime. Ms. Ahmad is thus familiar with many medicinal plants and herbs. One of her success stories is how she helped show some of the rural residents of the Gilgit-Baltistan region in northern Pakistan how the sea-buckthorn can better their health and prevent landslides. And on one visit, that was about 15 years ago, up into the Karakoram, I discovered the sea-buckthorn. Now sea-buckthorn is a plant which we as children in Bavaria, our mothers used to send us out to pick the berries from the sea-buckthorn shrubs. And our mothers used to make cough-syrups because during the war and even after the war, we lived off natural herbs. We lived off mushrooms, and the food which the forest gave us. I mean in Bavaria our forests are unbelievable. I still dream about them. So our mothers used to send us out to collect different plants for herbal medicines and herbal teas and the rest of it; it was an amazing time thanks to the forests which we had. So when I saw this berry up there, I asked these people, What are you doing with it? And they said, Oh, this is for the goats and the birds who are living off it. I said, What do you mean? This is a gift of God, who has given it to the mountain people so that during the winter, all their illnesses are removed. Several years later when she was in northern Pakistan again, she ran into Mr. Mohammad Shafa who had served as her translator six years earlier during her visit to the area. He had taken her advice to heart and showed Ms. Ahmad photos of his family collecting sea-buckthorn berries. I was so excited by it. Not only did he do whatever I had told the people to do, but he also made his son-in-law, who was a welder, weld together a fruit juicer, a fruit press. Now I had told those people that if you extract the juice from the berries, you have to have at least two spoons of the juice per day during the winter months. And it will keep the coughs and colds away. Now this person, he collected one kilogram of berries, extracted the juice, and measured it spoon-wise. So he knew exactly how many berries he had to collect because he had eight children and there was husband and wife, so there were 20 spoonfuls per day. So he collected that many berries for three months during the winter. Then he extracted the juice and he was drying the rest of the residue and he selected some of the husk and put it in his bread, so that also became extra nutrients, and then the rest of it he gave to his cow. Well after the local people up there discovered that he's doing all those things, and that their health has improved, suddenly the local people also got interested in it. Lack of clean drinking water is another long-term challenge that the government of Pakistan is confronting. Ms. Ahmad is also concerned about this issue, and she recommends rain harvesting and water recycling as measures to enhance the sustainability of the water supply. In Libya, if a house wants to get a completion certificate, the government officer comes and looks if there is a rainwater- harvesting system functioning in the house, if there is a wastewater recycling system in the house, and then the completion certificate is given. Now in Islamabad we don't have any of this. So since many, many years, I have been writing about it, I've been talking on television about it, and I've been going to concerned government officials also, trying to tell them that our water problem is an artificial problem, because Islamabad is being built up very aggressively, and in olden days when the rain fell, the ground absorbed the rain. Now on many occasions, people are selling organic vegetables. Now if you have contaminated water, how is your vegetable organic? Because our water has contamination, our sewerage water, we don't have a proper sewerage system, everything goes into our rivers, right up from the Karakorum, right up from the Hindu Kush, everything goes into the river system and it is washed down, and naturally the soil absorbs it. So when we talk about organic you have to have rainwater. So anyone who actually wants to grow organic vegetables should also be made to collect the rainwater, so that in the end they can use rainwater for the vegetables. Even recycling of wastewater, there are so many techniques now for recycling wastewater and using it for cultivation. I think I remember about 18 years ago, we had Professor (Teruo) Higa from Japan, who had developed effective micro-organisms that feed on all the contaminants. And he introduced it in Pakistan. Recently I discovered that the National Agricultural Research Council of Islamabad is still producing it, so I got some of this material. Fortunately, the government of Pakistan is also highly supportive of Helga Ahmad’s idea about collecting rainwater. Now we have built-up areas, we have road systems, we have parking areas, and the rain goes into the storm drains, and it gushes off and it causes floods in the low-lying areas. So we should do something about it. Well, luckily last year, Capital Development (Authority) of Islamabad got a new chairman who was fully aware about my perseverance in rainwater harvesting. So he invited me and a committee was formed about rainwater harvesting. So there were some very committed people working in that committee, and in Islamabad now there are three projects, three areas where rainwater has been collected. And amazingly, during those last heavy rains, in certain areas the water table has risen by 30 feet just because of these rainwater-harvesting initiatives. To close, Ms. Ahmad has a final message for us all. And I think for nature to heal, we should be using our religious groups to preach it, because the Qur'an teaches it. The Qur'an teaches us that God has given us this Earth in our hands, and we have to look after it, and we have to, for our future generation. Now that is in the Qur'an. We salute you, Ms. Helga Ahmad and those part of the Initiative for Rural and Sustainable Development for your deep concern about the future of the people and beautiful natural environment of Pakistan, and for your tireless efforts to create a green, healthy way of life for generations to come. May Heaven bless Pakistan with ever brighter days ahead. Wise viewers, thank you for your company on today’s program. May all inhabitants of planet Earth be immersed in the healing, protective power of Mother Nature. Wise viewers, thank you for your company on today’s program. May all inhabitants of planet Earth be immersed in the healing, protective power of Mother Nature.
5 Feb 2012
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Undeterred by dismal sales, the President of Reich Records records a wartime single of his own. Ja, ja, ja!
25 Apr 2012
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Casablanca Movie Clip - watch all clips ******* click to subscribe ******* Rick (Humphrey Bogart) prepares the travel papers for Ilsa (Ingrid Bergman) and Victor instead of himself, and says goodbye. TM & © Warner Bros. Ent. (2012) Cast: Humphrey Bogart, Paul Henreid, Claude Rains, Ingrid Bergman Director: Michael Curtiz MOVIECLIPS YouTube Channel: ******* Join our Facebook page: ******* Follow us on Twitter: ******* Buy Movie: ******* Producer: Hal B. Wallis, Jack L. Warner Screenwriter: Joan Alison, Julius J. Epstein, Philip G. Epstein, Howard Koch, Casey Robinson Film Description: One of the most beloved American films, this captivating wartime adventure of romance and intrigue from director Michael Curtiz defies standard categorization. Simply put, it is the story of Rick Blaine (Humphrey Bogart), a world-weary ex-freedom fighter who runs a nightclub in Casablanca during the early part of WWII. Despite pressure from the local authorities, notably the crafty Capt. Renault (Claude Rains), Rick's cafà (C) has become a haven for refugees looking to purchase illicit letters of transit which will allow them to escape to America. One day, to Rick's great surprise, he is approached by the famed rebel Victor Laszlo (Paul Henreid) and his wife, Ilsa (Ingrid Bergman), Rick's true love who deserted him when the Nazis invaded Paris. She still wants Victor to escape to America, but now that she's renewed her love for Rick, she wants to stay behind in Casablanca. "You must do the thinking for both of us," she says to Rick. He does, and his plan brings the story to its satisfyingly logical, if not entirely happy, conclusion. casablanca,"casablanca clip","casablanca song","casablanca jessica jay","humphrey bogart","ingrid bergman","claude rains","paul henreid","michael curtiz","passport videos","classic dramas","romantic dramas","classic war stories",classics,"romance classics",tearjerkers,"hal b wallis","jack l warner","acceptance videos","love videos","priorities videos","airport videos","rick blaine","ilsa lund","captain renault","movie clips",movieclipsdotcom,#AMG:V+++++8482,/m/03n6r,/m/02m2wp,/m/0bdt8
28 Aug 2012
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We know you have a lot of options when it comes to stabbing and bludgeoning your enemies in video games. Here are our top five melee weapons when you find yourself fighting during medieval wartime.
9 Dec 2012
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******* To watch 100s of trailers, please visit our website ******* To browse through the latest trailers, visit ******* To get the latest updates on the trailers, please like our FB page at *******www.facebook****/pages/Trailerly/528592820503597 Girl Rising Official Trailer #1 (2013) HD_Cate Blanchett_Priyanka Chopra Genre: Documentary Director: Richard E. Robbins Plot: From the award-winning producers of The Documentary Group and Vulcan Productions, with strategic partner Intel Corporation and distribution partner CNN Films, Girl Rising spotlights the stories of nine unforgettable girls born into unforgiving circumstances. Each girl's story is written by a renowned writer from her native country: Marie Arana, Sooni Taraporevala, Aminatta Forna, Edwidge Danticat, and others. Academy Award Nominee Richard E. Robbins (Operation Homecoming: Writing the Wartime Experience) directed Girl Rising. It includes voice performances from esteemed actors Meryl Streep, Anne Hathaway, Liam Neeson, Kerry Washington, Cate Blanchett, Priyanka Chopra, Salma Hayek, Chloë Grace Moretz, Selena Gomez, Freida Pinto and Alicia Keys. The channel is your destination for hot new trailers the second they drop. Whether they are blockbusters, indie films, or that new comedy you've been waiting for, the team is there day and night to make sure all the hottest new movie trailers are available whenever you need them, as soon as you can get them. In addition to hot new trailers, the page gives you original content like Ultimate Trailers, Instant Trailer Reviews, Monthly Mashups, and Meg's Movie News and more to keep you up-to-date on what's out this week and what you should be watching. movieclips "movie clips" movieclipstrailers "new trailers" "trailers HD" hd trailers trailerlDOTly trailer 2013 official HD"
21 May 2013
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