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Dear: Dr. Osama
First of all we do not know to thank you for your home page and the information that you provided.
we are very happy to write to you because we feel that your home page give the clear picture for the Libyan
regime "Mommar Gadife.
We are students in Garyunis University Benghazi-Libya, every lunch time we staying in Cafterai "restrant in
side the University" and we talk bout you and the latiest news in your home page.
And by the libyan regime we can not open your home page it is jail for life.
we would like to suggest that if you make file for Libya and put all the news and picture .
finally Thank you very much and sorry for the broken English language because we
learning English from the Radio BBC,and No English courses
wa salam alik
Gar younis University
I would like to tell Mr. Abul Raghib that he should arrest also all the
Jordanian people, they are all guilty and should be in jail. They are guilty
for accepting being converted into Ąyes menď during all these long years.
They are guilty for not throwing you out of their olive fields since a
century ago. They are guilty for not raising their eyes against your soldiers. They are guilty for swallowing their pain and the humiliation
since they where cheated by your fake democracy. They are guilty for letting
you and the other vampires penetrate in their Madafas and offer you a cup of
an Arabic coffee that for sure you could never appreciate. They are guilty
for letting you tagging them as if they were sheep. They are guilty for
watching you on their TV screens raping their privacy and stealing their
bread. They are guilty for letting you be their judge.
So, go ahead Mr. Prime Minister, arrest all our people, put them all into
your jails, at least they will be treaded officially as prisoners. Go ahead,
they must be waiting for your guards and mercenaries. I assure you they
would feel better, they would feel safer, they would not have to worry about
how to feed their families, you have enough food in your jails; more than
what you can afford them in their places. Go ahead, arrest them all, or kill
them; sell them in the auction, do whatever you want with them, they are
yours, all of them. BUT, REMEMBER your excellency, that our people are
putting you in the most horrible jail that you could imagine, the jail in
which none of them would go, the jail to which only those who betrayed and
slaughtered their people go. Remember also that our people are fighting you
in a way one thousand times more civilized and human than the way you do.
Remember also that the FUTURE is OURS not yours, even if you wipe out those
five millions martyrs. The future is for the honest Jordanians and not for
the mercenaries; they had enough pay and it is time send them somewhere
where they can enjoy the money of my nephews. The future is for all those
who live on its soil or keening toward being able to live in it without
being stopped by your dogs. Remember also that Jordanians today are NOT
those of 50 years ago; they can tell you the size of your boots, not because
you are crushing them with so they can see its size, BUT because they NOW
know how to place a BUG anywhere around you, an art that was exclusively
yours since the birth of our country.
Jordan: CPJ alarmed by press crackdown
3/20/02 17:53:24 Central Standard Time
Committee to Protect Journalists
330 Seventh Avenue, New York, NY 10001 USA Phone: (212) 465-1004
Fax: (212) 465-9568 Web: www.cpj.org E-Mail: email@example.com
Contact: Joel Campagna
Telephone: (212) 465-1004 x103, firstname.lastname@example.org
Jordan: CPJ alarmed by press crackdown
New York, March 20, 2002-The Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) is
alarmed by increasing state restrictions on the press in Jordan, including
the detention of some journalists and the harassment of others by security
On March 17, a State Security Court prosecutor imposed a 15-day detention on
Hashem Khalidi, editor of the weekly newspaper Al-Bilad. Khalidi is being
investigated on charges of publishing "false information" and harming the
"honor or reputation of the government and its officials." The charges are based on an article that Khalidi published under his own
byline alleging that unnamed officials with close personal connections to
the insurance industry would benefit from a recent government decision to
increase mandatory insurance rates on vehicles. After the article appeared, Khalidi received a call from Prime Minister Ali
Abu al-Ragheb, who complained about the article and warned Khalidi that he
could expect to be the subject of a criminal investigation, according to
sources at Al-Bilad.
Sources at the paper told CPJ that authorities have agreed to accept bail,
and that they expect Khalidi to be released by tomorrow.
On March 18, Al-Bilad's owner, Tajeddin Hroub, was detained overnight for
questioning in connection with Khalidi's article.
Under harsh new Penal Code amendments adopted last fall, both men face
prison terms of three to six months and fines of 5,000 Jordanian dinars
(about US$7,000) if charged and convicted.
In a separate incident, former member of Parliament Toujan Faisal was detained on March 16 on the charge of "publishing materials deemed harmful
to the country's reputation and that of its citizens," her lawyer told CPJ.
The charge stemmed from an open letter to King Abdullah accusing government
officials of corruption that was published in the Houston-based, Arabic-language online newspaper Arab Times.
Faisal had also criticized the Jordanian judiciary during appearances on
regional television stations, according to The Jordan Times. Faisal is
reportedly on a hunger strike to protest her detention.
"In order for a free press to thrive, all Jordanians must be free to express
their opinions, even those that happen to embarrass government officials,"
said CPJ executive director Ann Cooper. "We call on Jordanian authorities to
release Khalidi and Faisal immediately."
These detentions follow several troubling incidents in which Jordanian
authorities have harassed working journalists in response to their coverage
of pro-Palestinian demonstrations and other local issues. CPJ protested
these incidents in a March 5 letter to King Abdullah.
* On March 10, security forces confiscated the camera equipment of journalists working with APTN, Reuters TV, and Abu Dhabi TV
after they filmed a pro-Palestinian rally at Jordan University. The cameras
were returned without the tapes approximately 45 minutes later.
* On March 5, Jordanian authorities confiscated Reuters footage of pro-Palestinian students demonstrating at Jordan University from
a Reuters crew. Earlier that day, state-run Jordan TV (JTV) barred Reuters
TV, Associated Press Television News (APTN), and Al-Jazeera from using its
facilities to transmit footage of the demonstrations.
* On March 3, the State Security Court banned the publication of the March 4 issue of the weekly Al-Majd unless the paper's management
agreed to remove two articles about alleged government corruption.
* On January 13, a State Security Court prosecutor in Amman summoned Al-Majd editor Fahd al-Rimawi and accused him of publishing "false
information." He was subsequently ordered detained for 15 days for questioning.
For more information about press freedom conditions in Jordan, visit <www.cpj.org>. CPJ is a New York-based, independent, nonprofit organization
that works to safeguard press freedom worldwide.
I hope every thing is good at your End!
I was viewing your site and I noticed that you have a page for other sites and I know how famous your site is so if you could please add my site to that page I would be grateful....
please note that my main subject is Palestine...
Thanks in Advance
you are talking about all arabic governments , yes we hate them but whats about USA , what can say about USA
governments and what it do in world and in arabic countries , and why USA dont do any thing to help palestine people but it support israel to kill people say good or shut up
Dear Dr. Osama Fawzi,
Dear Arab Times staff,
I have been following with admiration your fantastic support for Toujan
Faisal and your wide coverage of her story. You are proving once again that
you are always one step ahead of others, when it comes to national issues.
I am full of dismay, anger and disbelief that the thugs who governed Jordan,
have done this to Toujan. Since I was a little kid, I used to see Toujan on
T.v running a weekly show about women, education, and social problems. I
grew up with her program.
was a teenager, when ugly looking men with long white beards, turbans and
smelly clothes distributed rumors that Toujan is no longer a moslem. They
claimed that she called for women to marry more than one man. I laughed at
the idea, I really thought it was funny. Although, I did not belief what
"Moslem Brothers" said about Toujan I thought It was a good idea.... Just to
embarrass those "idiots" who normally have more than one wife.
In protest against those so called "Moslem brothers" I boycotted my local
mosque !! and never entered a mosque since. I was a devoted moslem, I became
just statistics !!
Before I know it, I graduated from school and university and started to
work. Toujan was working too, for all of us. I gave her my vote when she ran
and win the elections. In fact I forged a "house rent contract" indicating
that I live in Amman's third electorate ares where Toujan ran as an independent, just to give her my vote.
She won a seat and I felt ecstatic. I followed her performance in
Parliament, and how the same ugly men with white and red beards launched a
campaign against her. One stupid Bedouin who couldn't write his own name
"Mihjem Al-Khrisha"was MP with Toujan, he once threw a heavy ash tray narrowly missing Toujan during a meeting at the
parliament.All men supported that Bedouin against Toujan, he was not disciplined..but said sorry to her
publicly under the dom of parliament.
I got married and Toujan ran for elections for the second time. This time
the government forged without shame the elections ensuring she is not in the
parliament again causing headache to men !!!
Once I was in the States and some American friends asked me about our "Iron
Woman" meaning Toujan. I told them she was strong, fair and beautiful,
unlike the English Version!!
Toujan is part of our modern history, she has always been the conscience of
our people, the voice for those who have no voice.Beautiful like a model on
a cat walk, roaring like a lion in the parliament. All wanted her head in a
rare display of national unity!! the same moslem-brothers, communists,
Bedouins, the government(s), the palace and most members of parliaments, all
wanted her head.
She embarrassed those in parliament when she once was described by a local
news paper as the "Only man In parliament".
I was having my morning coffee when I heard about her arrest and the charges
brought against her. They are accusing her of damaging the reputation of the
government !! Hang on.... This government does not have a reputation at all.
It has only a notorious reputation for being corrupt and undemocratic.
I am sad, that we treat our best women like this.The government wants Toujan
to mind her own business, may be in the kitchen, and leave politics to men.
Those men who destroyed the country and turned Jordan to one of the most
countries in the world. A country with huge national debt. A country that
accepts free oil from Iraq but supports an aggression against the axe of
evil. A country where one in two Jordanians have filed in the intelligence
department. A country that never won a war, but the first to sign a peace
treaty with Israel. A country run by a handful of corrupt men in black suits
sun glasses. A country that can replace it's waiting crown prince with a
rally- driver with no explanations. A country that opens it's jails for
honest people, opposition and journalists and it's banks safes for thieves
A country where a judge get his orders over the phone from a junior intelligence officer to pass sentencing.
After all it's the country that jails it's icon. Instead of erecting a
monument for Toujan outside parliament house for being the first ever women
to enter parliament, they put her in jail !!!
Smile Toujan, you will win....
Smile Toujan one day the honest Jordanian people will erect your over due
Smile Toujan, you scare all the corrupts even when you are in jail.
Smile Toujan, jail in Jordan is not for criminals as the rest of the world,
it's only for honest citizens.
Smile Toujan, you are in "Jwaideh" school of all loyal Jordanians.
We wait for you to lead us, to teach us how to be men again !!
Eng: Osama Nabilsi
I read three stories in one edition of your paper
regarding the Jordanian former head of the Jordanian Intelligence department (GID). In the three articles
you seem to be well diverted by what really is taking place. For your information, the military court, is
an integral part of the Mokabarat, and almost every one in it now was nominated and put in the current
jobs by Batiki. Just the fact that the military court and not a civilian court are handling the case
is a scam. If the Jordanian government want to reveal the facts, they would transfer Batikiís case to a
civilian court. But the government want to handle this for the time being to block the facts from being
revealed, and to buy time until the international investors and the Jordanian street forget what had
happen, then Batikli will slip out of Amman to London, as he carries the British citizenship and had built a
3 US$ mansion in the last two years.
Mr. Batikhi currently is not being under arrest, he is
probably in a suite at the Amman Hayat laughing at every one in Jordan, except king Abdallah who calls or
comes by at night to make have a drink with him. Mr.
Batikhi again is sacrificing his own reputation to the family he had served. The corrupt Mr. Shamyleh was
close associate of king Abdallah, and the company he had started, was actually a start up by no one but the
GID, and Shamayleh was only the run boy who knew the terms of IT. This company was founded by the
Mokabarat as a corruption plan that took four years in the making. The GID and the xxx wanted to have a hand
on 100s of millions of Dollars to pay for the stack of ministers, international travels, a new boat in
Aqaba, a new special Benz, and also to maintain a new lifestyle for a man that came to power with nothing,
this is because after king Hussain died, his wealth was held by Queen Noor, and not of it made it to
Jordan for the new inheritors of the palace. The palace needed money, and with information technology
came a flash of opportunity to get the money. During king Hussein days, Saudi and the rich gulf use to
supply financial aid to Jordan, which supplied then supplied the cover to steel the money by the corrupt
leaders to pay their informers and servants, but now this source of cash had gone, and there is only one
way to rationalize the steeling of such large sum of cash from the people, and that is to disguise it as
an IT company that went bad. Batikhi was in, and all it needs is a Bill Gate type young man to flash by the
banks as being a genius in computers, and that was no one but the brother of the IT head at the GID and the
personal friend of king Abdallah. So, they recruit this 20+ man, and his friend over in USA, and then
they both get connected with defense companies in DC.
Both get US security clearances to work along the US government to supply IT to governments including Iraq.
This was also serving to spy on neighboring countries as well. Batiki in the name of the Mokabarat draws
offers of supplying the GID with IT equipment, then his boy goes to the banks, of course, they can not
dare to go near the Arab bank, as it knows the smell of these crocks, they target banks that are semi state
run, and ones that have large deposits of world bank money that was suppose to be used for world bank
projects that was targeting employing Jordanians. And the deal is done, now they have the cash, their big
boss is happy, they split the money, and Mr. Shamayleh goes to live in USA, the Mokabarat claims he is in the
other direction, or Russia.
Batiki is a great man, he has volunteered, since he
has no tribe to worry about their reputation, he is got his British passport, his Christian wife, and a
one way ticket to London. Now, what is the next scam, not only they sold Jordanís infrastructures under the
disguise of privatization, but now they went after peopleís personal deposits, next year, Iím planing on
having the GID help me start a new company to sell Jordanian organ parts, we will bring them into the
GID, cut open their stomach and steel their livers and else. We will perform it on all soldiers from Bani
Hassan too, and ya3eesh sayedna forever too.
My name is Basima Alayan from Jerusalem Palestine and I was looking for a
very long time for any contact information or the email address of the
prince Alwaleed Bin Talal.
I am a mother of Muhammad, my only son, he used to and still goes to the best school in the whole country and this school is
called The Anglican International School of Jerusalem.
My self and my husband worked very hard and we spent our money and life to let my son have
good education that can help him in the future. We wanted to send him to the
best university in the world because he is one of the brightest students in
his school. And he always has the highest grades in math and physics.
This year, I mean in June 2002, he will graduate from this school and he received
a lot of acceptances from Universities in the UK and USA. Unfortunately we
cannot afford the tuition fees of these Universities especially now after
his father was fired from his work after 32 years of working.
He used to work at the king David hotel in Jerusalem as a pastry chef but after the badpolitical situation they had to fire a lot of workers especially the Arab
ones and the Moslems. Its really hurting me because after all these years of
studying I cant give my son the opportunity to go on with his study and to
be useful to his country or to any Arab country. My son Muhammad is a very
ambitious boy we paid a lot of money in this school it was very expensive
but we thought that he deserved it because of his good grades.
I need help in this matter from any institution or any of the good people who would like
to help my young Palestinian son fulfill his dream and finish his education.
I hope that one of our wealthy Arab brothers will decide to invest a little
bit of their money in something good like this. Please, please someone help
me, because this is the reason I lived for all these years.
I heard and readabout the great generosity, and contribution to needing people, of the
Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal, and I really want to ask for his help on this
issue. My sons dream is to get educated and live in the Arabian Gulf so that
he can help contribute with his knowledge. I wish this will come true, so
please help me if you can.
I am anxiously waiting for a reply from you with good news.
Thank you very much,
P.S. If you want to ask me any questions, please donít hesitate to contact
Mr. Osama Fawzi,
Stop criticizing Gulf People, Princes and Sheikhs. These are our Princes and Sheikhs
we accept them the way they are, we are happy with them, we don't want them to change.
If you don't like them, you can go to HELL...!!!
I am from The United Arab Emirates and my country have applied the proxy
methode on your site. The only way i could log to arabtimes.com is by changing the proxy and thats too hard to get and stays for a short time.
Please add me to your mail list.
My e-mail is
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