Monday, April 30, 2012

أجمل ما قرأته اليوم و أحببت ان اشارككم اياه وهو من كلام الرائع باسم يوسف

_لا تشتم حركة كفاية

....فحين كنت تستمع الي أغنية اخترناك كانوا في الشارع ينادون كفايه لأول مره في تاريخ مصر

_لا تشتم الإخوان ..

....فعندما كنت تذهب للامتحان في التاكسي كانوا يأتون للجنة في سيارة الترحيلات  

_لاتشتم 6 أبريل ...

.فعندما كنت تخاف أن... تمر أمام أمن الدوله كانوا يتظاهرون هناك ويشتمون ظباط الأمن بلا خوف

_لا تشتم السلفيين ....

فعندما كنت تدخن الشيشه علي القهوه كانوا عاكفين في المساجد يدعون الله أن يصلح أحوالك وأحوال البلد _

 ماتشتمش خالص وانتقد بموضوعيه ومنهجيه وأدب .. كن داعيه خير واعلم أن البذاءه ليست من الإسلام في شيء

من كلمات :/باسم يوسف  

Sunday, April 29, 2012

انفراد و سبق صحفي ننشر صور السفينة التي كانت تهرب اسلحة لسوريا


وكانت وكالات الانباء قد تناقلت خبر اعتراض البحرية اللبنانية، عصر الجمعة، سفينة محمّلة بالأسلحة كانت تبحر في المياه الإقليمية اللبنانية. وقالت مصادر أمنية لبنانية، إن بحرية الجيش اللبناني أوقفت سفينة محمّلة بالأسلحة قادمة من ليبيا عبر مصر الى مرفأ طرابلس في شمال لبنان، وأجبرتها على التوجّه الى مرفأ في شمال بيروت حيث تقوم بتفتيشها. وقالت المصادر، إن الباخرة تدعى "لطف الله 2"، مشيرة الى أن 3 حاويات كانت على متنها. وأوضحت المصادر أن بحرية الجيش اللبناني أجبرت الباخرة على التوجّه الى مرفأ سلعاتا في شمال بيروت. وأشارت الى أن أي تفاصيل أخرى حول الأسلحة والجهة التي كانت ستتسلمها لن يكشف عنها قبل انتهاء التحقيقات. ولم تشر المصادر الى تفاصيل أخرى حول وجهة الأسلحة والجهة التي تقف خلف إرسالها، لكن الأمن اللبناني سبق أن اعتقل مجموعات كانت تهرّب الأسلحة عبر الحدود اللبنانية الى المسلّحين داخل سوريا. وبيانات السفينة لطف الله 2 كالتالي: ترفع علم سيراليون
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Saturday, April 28, 2012

المبادئ الاحد عشر التي جعلت بيل جيتس مؤسس ميكروسوفت اغنى رجل في العالم

بيل غايتس : 11 قاعدة لا تدرسها في المدرسة


... قام بيل غايتس مؤسس مايكروسوفت بإلقاء خطاب في مدرسة ويتني الثانوية بكالفورنيا تناول فيها 11 قاعدة التي يستلزم علينا استيعابها و العمل بها بأسرع وقت خاصة وأن هذه القواعد لا يتم تلقينها في المدارس .



القاعدة 1 : ---------- الحياة غير عادلة ، فعود نفسك عليها

القاعدة 2 : ---------- العالم لايهتم بحبك لذاتك فهو ينتظر فقط إنجازاتك حتى قبل أن تهنئ نفسك

القاعدة 3 : ---------- لن تحصل على 60.000 $ سنويا فقط بمجرد أنك تخرجت من الجامعة

القاعدة 4 : ---------- إذا ظننت أن لديك معلم قاس معك ، فاعلم أنه ينتظرك رب عمل


  
القاعدة 5 : ---------- العمل في مطعم سريع لا يحط من قيمتك، أجدادك لهم نظرة أخرى لها، فهم يسمونها : فرصة

القاعدة 6 : --------- إذا أخطأت، فهي ليست غلطة والديك . توقف عن اللوم وتعلم من أخطائك

القاعدة 7 : --------- قبل أن تولد ، أبويك لم يكونا مملين كما هما الآن . فقد أصبحا هكذا لأنهما : * دفعا ثمن احتياجاتك
* قاما تنظيف ثيابك *
و قاما بتعليمك
قبل إنقاذ الغابات الاستوائية ، إبدأ بترتيب غرفتك و كل ما بحولك

القاعدة 8 : -------- ربما تخلصت المدرسة من نظام - الرابح * الخاسر - أما الحياة فلا ! فالمدرسة ألغت * نقاط الانتقال * و يتاح لك بفرصة لاختيار الجواب الصحيح وهذا لا وجود له في الحياة الحقيقية

القاعدة 9 : -------- الحياة غير مقسمة إلى فصول ..... و الصيف ليس بفترة عطلة و القليل من أرباب العمل هم على استعداد لمساعدتك : إنها مسؤوليتك

القاعدة 10 : ------ التلفاز ليس هو الحياة الحقيقية ففي الحياة الحقيقية : الناس يتركون المقاهي و يقصدون العمل ... 
القاعدة 11 : كن لطيفا مع الاشخاص غريب الاطوار فمن المحتمل ان ينتهي بك الحال تعمل عند احدهم.

BILL GATES' SPEECH TO MT. WHITNEY HIGH SCHOOL in Visalia, California.

Love him or hate him, he sure hits the nail on the head with this!

To anyone with kids of any age, here's some advice. Bill Gates recently gave a speech at a High School about 11 things they did not and will not learn in school. He talks about how feel-good, politically correct teachings created a generation of kids with no concept of reality and how this concept set them up for failure in the real world.

Rule 1: Life is not fair -- get used to it!

Rule 2: The world won't care about your self-esteem. The world will expect you to accomplish something BEFORE you feel good about yourself.

Rule 3: You will NOT make $60,000 a year right out of high school. You won't be a vice-president with a car phone until you earn both.

Rule 4: If you think your teacher is tough, wait till you get a boss.

Rule 5: Flipping burgers is not beneath your dignity. Your Grandparents had a different word for burger flipping -- they called it opportunity.

Rule 6: If you mess up, it's not your parents' fault, so don't whine about your mistakes, learn from them.

Rule 7: Before you were born, your parents weren't as boring as they are now. They got that way from paying your bills, cleaning your clothes and listening to you talk about how cool you thought you are. So before you save the rain forest from the parasites of your parent's generation, try delousing the closet in your own room.

Rule 8: Your school may have done away with winners and losers, but life HAS NOT. In some schools they have abolished failing grades and they'll give you as MANY TIMES as you want to get the right answer. This doesn't bear the slightest resemblance to ANYTHING in real life.

Rule 9: Life is not divided into semesters. You don't get summers off and very few employers are interested in helping you FIND YOURSELF. Do that on your own time.

Rule 10: Television is NOT real life. In real life people actually have to leave the coffee shop and go to jobs.

Rule 11: Be nice to nerds. Chances are you'll end up working for one.

Saturday, April 21, 2012

جوجل يحتفي ويحتفل مع مستخدميه بيوم الارض ...Google celebrates earthday with his users

Google Celebrated Earth day 2012 with an animated Doodle on its home page.


ااما عن يوم الارض فقد جمعت عنه المعلومات التالية:
Earth Day is a day early each year on which events are held worldwide to increase awareness and appreciation of the Earth's natural environment. Earth Day is now coordinated globally by the Earth Day Network,[1] and is celebrated in more than 175 countries every year. In 2009, the United Nations designated April 22 International Mother Earth Day. Earth Day is planned for April 22 in all years at least through 2015.

The name and concept of Earth Day was allegedly pioneered by John McConnell in 1969 at a UNESCO Conference in San Francisco. Earth Day was first observed on March 21, 1970, the first day of spring in the northern hemisphere. This day of nature's equipoise was later sanctioned in a Proclamation signed by Secretary General U Thant at the United Nations where it is observed each year. About the same time a separate Earth Day was founded by United States Senator Gaylord Nelson as an environmental teach-in first held on April 22, 1970. While this April 22 Earth Day was focused on the United States, an organization launched by Denis Hayes, who was the original national coordinator in 1970, took it international in 1990 and organized events in 141 nations.Numerous communities celebrate Earth Week, an entire week of activities focused on environmental issues.




The 1970 April 22 Earth Day Gaylord Nelson The genesis of Earth Day is credited to Gaylord Nelson, then a U.S. Senator from Wisconsin, after witnessing the ravages of the 1969 massive oil spill in Santa Barbara, California. Inspired by the student anti-war movement, he called for an environmental teach-in, or Earth Day, to be held on April 22, 1970. Over 20 million people participated that year, and this Earth Day is now observed on April 22 each year by more than 500 million people and several national governments in 175 countries. Numerous communities celebrate Earth Week, an entire week of activities focused on environmental issues. Nelson, an environmental and conservationist activist, took a leading role in organizing the celebration, hoping to demonstrate popular political support for an environmental agenda. He modeled it on the highly effective Vietnam War teach-ins of the time. Earth Day was first proposed in a prospectus to JFK written by Fred Dutton. However, Nelson decided against much of Dutton's top-down approach, favoring a decentralized, grassroots effort in which each community shaped its action around local concerns. Nelson had conceived the idea for his environmental teach-in following a trip he took to Santa Barbara right after the horrific oil spill off the coast in 1969. Outraged by the devastation and Washington political inertia, Nelson proposed a national teach-in on the environment to be observed by every university campus in the U.S. I am convinced that all we need to do to bring an overwhelming insistence of the new generation that we stem the tide of environmental disaster is to present the facts clearly and dramatically. To marshal such an effort, I am proposing a national teach-in on the crisis of the environment to be held next spring on every university campus across the Nation. The crisis is so imminent, in my opinion, that every university should set aside 1 day in the school year-the same day across the Nation-for the teach-in. One of the organizers of the event said: "We're going to be focusing an enormous amount of public interest on a whole, wide range of environmental events, hopefully in such a manner that it's going to be drawing the interrelationships between them and, getting people to look at the whole thing as one consistent kind of picture, a picture of a society that's rapidly going in the wrong direction that has to be stopped and turned around. "It's going to be an enormous affair, I think. We have groups operating now in about 12,000 high schools, 2,000 colleges and universities and a couple of thousand other community groups. It's safe to say I think that the number of people who will be participating in one way or another is going to be ranging in the millions." Nelson announced his idea for a nationwide teach-in day on the environment in a speech to a fledgling conservation group in Seattle on September 20, 1969, and then again six days later in Atlantic City to a meeting of the United Auto Workers. Nelson hoped that a grassroots outcry about environmental issues might prove to Washington, D.C. just how distressed Americans were in every constituency. Nelson invited Republican Representative Paul N “Pete” McCloskey to serve as his co-chair and they incorporated a new non-profit organization, Environmental Teach-In, Inc., to stimulate participation across the country. Both continued to give speeches plugging the event. On September 29, 1969, in a long, front-page New York Times article, Gladwin Hill wrote: "Rising concern about the "environmental crisis" is sweeping the nation's campuses with an intensity that may be on its way to eclipsing student discontent over the war in Vietnam...a national day of observance of environmental problems, analogous to the mass demonstrations on Vietnam, is being planned for next spring, when a nationwide environmental 'teach-in'...coordinated from the office of Senator Gaylord Nelson is planned...." Denis Hayes, a Harvard graduate student, read the NYT article and traveled to Washington to get involved. He had been student body president and a campus activist at Stanford University in McCloskey’s district and where Teach-In board member Paul Ehrlich was a professor. He thought he might be asked to organize Boston. Instead, Nelson eventually asked Hayes to drop out of Harvard, assemble a staff, and direct the effort to organize the United States. Hayes would go on to become a widely recognized environmental advocate. Hayes recruited a handful of young college graduates to come to Washington, D.C. and began to plan what would become the first April 22 Earth Day. Nelson's suggestion was difficult to implement, as the Earth Day movement proved to be autonomous with no central governing body. As Nelson attests, it simply grew on its own: Earth Day worked because of the spontaneous response at the grassroots level. We had neither the time nor resources to organize 20 million demonstrators and the thousands of schools and local communities that participated. That was the remarkable thing about Earth Day. It organized itself. Official Earth Week logo that was used as the backdrop for the prime time CBS News Special Report with Walter Cronkite about Earth Day 1970. The April 22, 1970, Earth Day marked the beginning of the modern environmental movement. Approximately 200 million Americans participated.Thousands of colleges and universities organized protests against the deterioration of the environment. Groups that had been fighting against oil spills, polluting factories and power plants, raw sewage, toxic dumps, pesticides, Freeway and expressway revolts, the loss of wilderness, and air pollution suddenly realized they shared common values. Media coverage of the first April 22 Earth Day included a One-Hour Prime-time CBS News Special Report called "Earth Day: A Question of Survival," with correspondents reporting from a dozen major cities across the country, and narrated by Walter Cronkite (whose backdrop was the Earth Week Committee of Philadelphia's logo). Pete Seeger was a keynote speaker and performer at the event held in Washington DC. Paul Newman and Ali McGraw attended the event held in New York City. Subsequent Earth Day events Earth Day 2007 at San Diego City College in San Diego, California. To turn Earth Day into a sustainable annual event rather than one that occurred every 10 years, Nelson and Bruce Anderson, New Hampshire's lead organizer in 1990, formed Earth Day USA. Building on the momentum created by thousands of community organizers around the world, Earth Day USA coordinated the next five Earth Day celebrations through 1995, including the launch of EarthDay.org. Following the 25th Anniversary in 1995, the coordination baton was handed to Earth Day Network. As the millennium approached, Hayes agreed to spearhead another campaign, this time focusing on global warming and pushing for clean energy. The April 22 Earth Day in 2000 combined the big-picture feistiness of the first Earth Day with the international grassroots activism of Earth Day 1990. For 2000, Earth Day had the Internet to help link activists around the world. By the time April 22 came around, 5,000 environmental groups around the world were on board, reaching out to hundreds of millions of people in a record 184 countries. Events varied: A talking drum chain traveled from village to village in Gabon, Africa, for example, while hundreds of thousands of people gathered on the National Mall in Washington, D.C., USA. Earth Day 2007 was one of the largest Earth Days to date, with an estimated billion people participating in the activities in thousands of places like Kiev, Ukraine; Caracas, Venezuela; Tuvalu; Manila, Philippines; Togo; Madrid, Spain; London; and New York. The Earth Day name According to Nelson, the moniker "Earth Day" was "an obvious and logical name" suggested by "a number of people" in the fall of 1969, including, he writes, both "a friend of mine who had been in the field of public relations" and "a New York advertising executive," Julian Koenig. Koenig, who had been on Nelson's organizing committee in 1969, has said that the idea came to him by the coincidence of his birthday with the day selected, April 22; "Earth Day" rhyming with "birthday," the connection seemed natural. Other names circulated during preparations—Nelson himself continued to call it the National Environment Teach-In, but press coverage of the event was "practically unanimous" in its use of "Earth Day," so the name stuck. Earth Day Network Denis Hayes Earth Day Network was founded by Denis Hayes and the organizers of the first Earth Day in 1970 and by other national organizers, including Pam Lippe, to promote environmental activism and year-round progressive action, domestically and internationally. Earth Day Network members include NGOs, quasi-governmental agencies, local governments, activists, and others. Earth Day Network members focus on environmental education; local, national, and global policies; public environmental campaigns; and organizing national and local earth day events to promote activism and environmental protection. The international network reaches over 19,000 organizations in 192 countries, while the domestic program engages 10,000 groups and over 100,000 educators coordinating millions of community development and environmental-protection activities throughout the year. In observance of the 40th anniversary of the April 22 Earth Day, Earth Day Network created multiple global initiatives, ranging from a Global Day of Conversation with mayors worldwide, focusing on bringing green investment and building a green economy; Athletes for the Earth Campaign that brings Olympic, professional, and every day athletes' voices to help promote a solution to climate change; a Billion Acts of Green Campaign which will aggregate the millions of environmental service commitments that individuals and organizations around the world make each year; to Artist for the Earth, a campaign the involves hundreds of arts institutions and artists worldwide to create environmental awareness. EDN mobilized 1.5 billion people in 170 countries to participate in these global events and programs. EDN has helped create Earth Day organizations worldwide. Earth Day anthem There are many songs that are performed on Earth Day, that generally fall into two categories. Popular songs by contemporary artists not specific to Earth Day that are under copyright, or new lyrics adapted to children's songs. Creating new lyrics that are easily translated into multiple languages, and set to a universally recognized melody in the public domain, does not appear to have been attempted. The "Earth Day Anthem" below satisfies these requirements for a universal song associated with Earth Day. Ludwig van Beethoven's "Ode to Joy" melody is already the official anthem of the European Union (in that case purely instrumental without lyrics), the melody is widely recognized and easily performed, in the public domain, and originally composed for voice. Lyrics for the Earth Day Anthem set to "Ode to Joy" are provided below: Joyful joyful we adore our Earth in all its wonderment Simple gifts of nature that all join into a paradise Now we must resolve to protect her Show her our love through out all time With our gentle hand and touch We make our home a newborn world Now we must resolve to protect her Show her our love through out all time With our gentle hand and touch We make our home a newborn world

Thursday, April 19, 2012

الشيخ حازم صلاح ابو اسماعيل يعترف بجنسية امه الامريكية




وفي مفاجاة قد تضع حد للقلق والترقب الناجمين عن استبعاد الشيخ حازم ابو اسماعيل من

سباق الرئاسة
في مفاجأة من العيار الثقيل أكد الشيخ حازم صلاح أبو إسماعيل المرشح المحتمل لرئاسة

الجمهورية، في إعتراف خطير منه، أنه لم يتعمد إثارة الفوضى والقلائل واللغط في البلاد وشق الصف بين أفراد الشعب الواحد، بخصوص ملف الجنسية الأمريكية لوالدته.


وأضاف أنه لم يكن لديه أي علم بهذا الشأن، وأنه أقسم بالله أنه لا يعلم أي شئ عن حمل والدته لجنسية ثانية من الأساس سواء أمريكية أو غيرها، وأنه لم يحلف كذبا، أمام المحكمة أو أمام اللجنة العليا لانتخابات الرئاسة، أو أمام مجلس شورى الجماعة الإسلامية، لأن الله أعلم بالنيات.


وإختتم أبو إسماعيل بقول الله تعالى في الأية الكريمة "رَبَّنَا لاَ تُؤَاخِذْنَا إِن
نسِينَا أَوْ أَخْطَأْنَا رَبَّنَا وَلاَ تَحْمِلْ عَلَيْنَا إِصْرًا كَمَا حَمَلْتَهُ عَلَى الَّذِينَ مِن قَبْلِنَا رَبَّنَا وَلاَ تُحَمِّلْنَا مَا لاَ طَاقَةَ لَنَا بِهِ وَاعْفُ عَنَّا وَاغْفِرْ لَنَا وَارْحَمْنَآ أَنتَ مَوْلاَنَا فَانصُرْنَا عَلَى الْقَوْمِ الْكَافِرِينَ".

كما اثارت صورة المستندات الخاصة بجنسية والدة حازم صلاح ابو اسماعيل رحمها الله، والتي كان قد اصر الشيخ حازم مرشح انتخابات الرئاسة المصرية المستبعدعلى نشرها وعرضها على الرأي العام، جدلا واسعا ليس لانها اتت على مستند يؤكد حصولها على الجنسية الامريكية، واثبات عدم صحة ادعاء الشيخ حازم ابو اسماعيل، ولكنها بسبب ظهور السيدة نوال نور تغمدها الله برحمته، سافرة بدون حجاب او طرحة تغطي شعرها .
وفتحت هذه المستندات النيران على حازم صلاح ابو اسماعيل الذي كان يصرح دائما بأن عدم ارتداء الحجاب من الكبائر، وكذلك بأنه يريد تطبيق لبس الحجاب على جميع نساء مصر حتى غير المسلمات منهن ، واغلب التعليقات عليها كانت هل يعتبر حازم ابو اسماعيل امه سافرة ومقرونة بقول الله تعالى ” اتأمرون الناس بالبر وتنسون انفسكم وانتم تتلون الكتاب ” .
اما البعض الآخر من انصار حازم صلاح ابو اسماعيل المتحمسين فتجاهلوا صورة امه تماماً وعدم التزامها بالحجاب فهم اصحاب موقف ومتمسكين به حتى وان كان يهودياً على حد تعبيرهم.

ولغاية دالوقتي غاب صوت العقل من جميع الاطراف و غلبت اهوائنا و مصالحنا على مصلحة امة مصرية في خطر حقيقي والله المستعان.

Tuesday, April 10, 2012

اسماء الفائزين في مسابقة 2012 جنيه دهب من موبينيل

اسماء الفائزين في مسابقة 2012 جنيه دهب من موبينيل:
اولا نبذة عن المسابقة :
الجائزة الكبرى
100
جنية ذهب لفائز واحد في نهاية المسابقة!

يومياً
جنيه ذهب لـ 24 فائز كل يوم!

أسبوعياً
12
جنيه ذهب لفائز كل يوم خميس!

شهرياً
25 جنيه ذهب لفائز كل شهر!

أعلى مشترك
25
جنيه ذهب للمشترك الذي يحصل على أعلى رصيد من الفرص في المسابقة حتى يوم 26 مايو 
2012!



كيفية الاشتراك
الخطوات:
ارسل رسالة فاضية لـ 2012 بـ 3 جنيه و ستمنحك موبينيل 20 فرصة للفوز بالجنيهات الذهب.
سيصلك أول سؤال و اختياران للإجابة. للإجابة ارسل 1 أو 2 لـ 2012.
استمر في الاجابة على الأسئلة و جمع فرص أكثر للفوز.
ستصلك رسالة تأكيد عند اضافة الرسائل المجانية


اسماء الفائزين بالجائزة الاسبوعية 12 جنيه ذهب:
الاسبوع الاول: ياسمين مصطفى الاسمر
الاسبوع الثاني: جورج وجيه صبحى

اسماء الفائزين بالجائزة اليومية جنيه دهب ل 24 فائز:
أحمد سمير البدوي 2012/03/15
أحمد محمد الحناوى 2012/03/15
تامر محمد السيد 2012/03/15
حازم حسين داوود 2012/03/15
رانيا كمال محمد 2012/03/15
سعيد عبد العظيم شمس الدين 2012/03/15
سمير عبد الله على 2012/03/15
شعبان محمود السيد 2012/03/15
عاطف صليب بشارة 2012/03/15
محمد ممدوح سليم 2012/03/15
مشيرة محمد محمود 2012/03/15
هشام محمود الشيتى 2012/03/15
إيناس حلمى طه 2012/03/15
أحمد فتحى قناوى 2012/03/15
أحمد محيى الدين ابراهيم 2012/03/15
أمانى عبد الحليم ابو الليل 2012/03/15
جرجس هلال بطيخ 2012/03/15