Sunday, July 30, 2006


Saturday, July 29, 2006

Planet Mars

Planet Mars will be the brightest in the night sky starting
August, It will look as large as the full moon to the naked eye.
On Aug. 27 when Mars comes within 34.65M miles of Earth.
Be sure to watch the sky on Aug. 27 12:30 am.
It will look like The Earth has 2 Moons.
Don't Miss it! The next time Mars may come this close is in 2287.

Share this with your friends as NO ONE ALIVE TODAY will ever see it again

Thursday, July 27, 2006

35 Israeli troops killed: Hezbollah

BEIRUT: Hezbollah claimed of killing 35 Israeli soldiers in southern Lebanon.
According to Al-Arabia television, Hezbollah has claimed of killing at least 35 troops the other day in clashes with Israeli forces, while Israel confirmed nine casualties among its army ranks in Bint Jebil.

11 Kuwaitis Raped 20 year old Bahraini mother

A HUMAN rights activist will fly to Kuwait today to bring home a 20-year-old Bahraini mother, who claims she was raped by 11 Kuwaitis last week. However, the Interior Ministry last night dismissed the woman's claims, stating that she was a run-a-way and that she was in Kuwait to meet her lover, who later forced her to have sex with four other men. Central Investigation Director Brigadier Farooq Al Ma'awada said that the woman had escaped to find a job in Kuwait with the help of her lover.
He said that his directorate contacted the Kuwaiti Central Investigation Directorate in co-ordination with the Bahrain Embassy to get details of the allegation.

"Primary information revealed that she had a relation with a man who forced her to have relations with four other men at a flat owned by one of them," said Brig Al Ma'awada.

"Her family had earlier reported to police that she had ran away from Bahrain and that she was married.

"However, based on the country's legal procedures, she can only be made to return home by a court order."

Bahrain Human Rights Watch Society (BHRWS) regional and international director Faisal Fulad is making the journey to organise medical and legal aid for the woman.
He says she left her husband and child behind in the hope that she could earn enough money to see the family through financial difficulties. The society has now set up a committee to follow up the case in co-operation with the Bahrain Embassy in Kuwait.
"We are hopeful we will be able to get her back in a week," said Mr Fulad.
The woman claimed that the 11 youths allegedly took turns to rape her over four nights until she managed to escape and report them to police.
"The girl was taken to several areas in Kuwait and repeatedly raped by the men, some of whom she identified as Faisal, Saud, Abdul Rehman, Abdullah, Khalid, Munawar, Bader and Yayah," claimed Mr Fulad.
He said the woman reached Kuwait in the second week of this month and rented an apartment before she started looking for a job.
"Problems started when she came across (a man called) Faisal, who promised he would help her find employment," he claimed.
"He took her papers and promised to call her in a few days.
"When he did not respond, she called him and enquired about the job status.
"It was then that Faisal asked her to meet him at a mall and enticed her, in spite of her protests, to accompany him."
Faisal forced the woman into an apartment where she was raped, he alleged.
"She was then taken to another apartment where she was left at the mercy of Saud and his two other friends," said Mr Fulad.
"She was again repeatedly raped by the men, except one who was identified as Khalid."
Later, the man named Khalid allegedly asked the woman to sleep with him, but when she refused he raped her and took away her passport.
"Khalid also called two more of his friends, Munawar and Bader, and all three forced her to use hashish," claimed Mr Fulad.
"With the exception of Bader, who left the apartment, all the others forced themselves upon her.

"Yet another man, Yayah, also raped her.

Mr Fulad alleged on the fourth day, Khalid asked the woman to get ready to dance at a party he was having for his friends.
"Sensing a chance to escape, she asked to be taken to a salon, from where she escaped and went to the police," he added.
After the matter was reported to the police, the two men called Faisal and Saud were arrested and the woman was taken to hospital for treatment. A medical report is understood to have shown she was subjected to rape and torture.
Mr Fulad said that police later arrested the other accused, who are now in custody.
He added that the woman's passport and BD150 in cash that had been taken from her has been recovered

Tuesday, July 25, 2006

Israeli forces close in on key Hizbollah stronghold

JERUSALEM - Israeli forces battled to take over a second Hizbollah stronghold in southern Lebanon on Tuesday and an Israeli commander estimated at least 20 guerrillas had been killed in the fighting

Sunday, July 23, 2006

Eye make-up 'harmful to infants'

Eye make-up 'harmful to infants'
Kohl, a traditional eye make-up, could pose a severe health risk to infants as experts say it contains lead, a poisonous metal.
Most mothers use kohl to beautify their infants? eyes but have little or no knowledge that it usually consists of antimony sulphide or lead sulphide, said a team of researchers at the UAE University (UAEU). The researchers have suggested a ban on the import of substances containing lead, saying the substance has been resulting in the slow poisoning of infants.

Paki Fashion

انڈیا میں پاکستانی ملبوسات کافی مقبول ہورہے ہیں، خاص طور پر پاکستانی ڈیزائنروں کے تیار کردہ عروسی جوڑے۔ نیو دہلی میں ’برائیڈ اینڈ گروم‘ کے نام سے ایک فیشن شو منعقد کیا گیا ہے جس میں پاکستانی ڈیزائنروں کے بنائے گئے عروسی ملبوسات کی نمائش کی گئی ہے۔