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Imam Bashar Arafat, on Mission for Universal Peace and Brotherhood

May 5, 2010 1 comment

Imam Basar Rrafat, in Hyderabad, seen with Adil Mohd to his Rigt and Cova Co ordinator Mr. Turab to his left. aheading for a talk on "Youth and Radical Influence Attraction and Dangers" organised under Public Affairs Section of the US Consulate in Hyderabad

Imam Mohamad Bashar Arafat
Founder, Civilizations Exchange & Cooperation Foundation
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Born and raised in Damascus, Syria. He attended Damascus University and graduated with a degree in Islamic Studies and Arabic Language in 1987 and a degree in Islamic Law in 1988. From 1975 to 1989 under the guidance and mentorship of the late Grand Mufti of Syria, Sheikh Ahmad Kuftaro, he studied Quranic interpretation, wisdom of the “Shari’ah” and the Islamic spiritual teachings. From 1989 to 1997, he accompanied the Grand Mufti during most of his international programs and conferences.
He served as Imam in Damascus from 1981 to 1989 and was then invited to the United States to lecture in various Islamic Centers. He was Imam of the Islamic Society of Baltimore, Maryland Inc. from 1989 to 1993, Read more…

Obama’s Promise on Guantanamo Bay.

April 26, 2010 Leave a comment

(AFP) One hundred eighty-three detainees remain incarcerated in Guantanamo.

-By – Karen J. Greenberg, the executive director of the Center on Law and Security at the NYU School of Law, is the author of The Least Worst Place, Guantanamo’s First 100 Days, among other works.

His first day in office, President Barack Obama promised that he would close the Bush-era prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, “as soon as practicable” and “no later than one year from the date of this order.” The announcement was met with relief, even joy, by those, like me, who had opposed the very existence of Guantanamo on the grounds that it represented a legal black hole where the distinction between guilt and innocence had been obliterated, respect for the rule of law was mocked, and the rights of prisoners were dismissed out of hand. We should have known better.

By now, it’s painfully obvious that the rejoicing, like the president’s can-do optimism, was wildly premature. To the dismay of many, that year milestone passed, barely noticed, months ago. As yet there is no sign that the notorious eight-year-old detention facility is close to a shut down. Worse yet, there is evidence that, when it finally is closed, it will be replaced by two Guantanamos Read more…

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Obama makes History “Health Care Bill Passed” Yes he can.

March 22, 2010 1 comment

House members hold up signs toward a crowd protesting the health reform bill in front of the Capitol on Sunday.


Washington (CNN) — The House passed on Sunday the Senate’s health care reform bill and a package of measures meant to reconcile differences between the Senate bill and the one it passed last year.

Here’s the latest on what’s happening:

11:48 p.m.: President Obama says that the House’s vote on health care “wasn’t an easy vote but it was the right vote.”

Speaking from the East Room of the White House, the president, who made health care reform a priority for his administration, said the vote wasn’t a victory for a political party but for the American people.

Obama said the reform plan won’t fix everything wrong with the nation’s health care system, “but it moves us decisively in the right direction.”

11:30 p.m.: The House has passed the package of fixes meant to reconcile differences between the bill the House passed last year and the Senate bill it passed earlier Sunday night.

Those vote was 220-211. Read more…

Jhansi Born, AMU Student, Democratic Candidate of Texas Dist US.

February 26, 2010 3 comments

Texains demand able leadership and Excelence. This time it will be an Indian Dr Ali Masarrat from India Jhansi

An Indian from Jhansi now in America Texas is one who is trusted to lead Texas and bring about needed improvement for Texas, and face the challenges it faces in areas, employment, and education, social and economic growth.

Dr. Ali.  After over 30 years of scientific research and development while starting a successful business, Dr. Ali has now committed his energy and resources for improving community services.  You, will be pleasantly surprised to know this Indian was born in Jhansi in India  and  he  is Dr. Masarat Ali. I am impressed by this man who with his comitted, deciplined work in USA reached to positions which India will be proud of.

In Dr. Ali’s own words: “When I first moved to San Antonio in 1993, I was working hard but struggling to provide for my family. This community of San Antonio adopted and accepted me and offered an environment where I could prosper beyond my wildest imagination. God has blessed me and my family and with these blessings comes a sense of gratitude. My aspiration for a greater involvement in public service stems from my fundamental desire to give back to this community that has given me so much.”

 Masarrat Ali was born in the historic town of Jhansi, in India. Due to high emphasis on education in the family, Masarrat became the first in the family to graduate with rankings among the top students.  His parents saw early signs of a great future and decided to send him to the Oxford of India, the Aligarh University, one of the oldest and most prestigious universities of India. Read more…

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Obama first State of Union Address, calls for unified effort to, counter US Problems.

January 28, 2010 Leave a comment

Obama, sticks to his campaign agenda, floats a bill for job, and extends taxcut to companies, encourages job in and for US job less.

Washington –  News. -Citing a “deficit of trust” in government by the American people, President Obama’s first State of the Union address urged Congress to erode the influence of special interests and work together to confront the nation’s most pressing problems. In the nationally televised speech Wednesday night to a joint session of Congress, Obama sought to reassure Americans angry and nervous about the pace of economic recovery that his government understood the challenges and would act boldly to meet them. The president offered populist proposals that some say could reconnect his administration with middle-class Americans, and he offered a plea to end the partisan stalemate in Washington and work for the common good. Americans “don’t understand why it seems like bad behavior on Wall Street is rewarded but hard work on Main Street isn’t. Or why Washington has been unable or unwilling to solve any of our problems,” Obama said. “They are tired of the partisanship and the shouting and the pettiness. They know we can’t afford it. Not now. ” Rather than fight “the same tired battles that have dominated Washington for decades,” Obama called for a new political climate of “common sense” approaches that invest in the American people without building “a mountain of debt.” Read more…

“Countries of Intrest” post Underwear Bomber, are Nations rest- SAFE.

January 23, 2010 Leave a comment

   

USA SECURITY ENHANCED, SCANNER FOR HIM AND HIS BAGGAGE

 Can USA. Or any nations afford to relax on security, concerns with any    Nation .   Will it be right to list a few and give immunity to rest?     

The security, measures in effort to make traveling in to America from destinations of the world, specifically from nations listed by TSA,  are divided in to   two categories.    

The first category being the nations which show signs of the state, suspected to be irresponsible towards terror plots, listed by TSA, caution the order for them.    

 These can be called as  “Countries with  Suspects”  The nations four of them Cuba, Iran, Sudan, and Syria, are  mentioned by the department of TSA Transportation Security Administration, making it mandatory to an enhanced screening for all passengers coming to US form these four countries. Except Cuba, the other three are Muslim Countries.     Read more…

Making History with Obama. A letter from President Obama.

November 12, 2009 Leave a comment
   
 

barack-obama

Obama the Angel on Job. The Journey will be tough, and harsh I need to be there. The Change I promised and the new World order I Dream should be a reality if not very soon it should happen soon.

 From President Barack Obama <info@barackobama.com

  
 

                    To. adil mohammed < mhadil@rediffmail.com                 

                    on Subject   Making History.

 
  Date:    Sun, 08 Nov 2009 12:09:55 IST
       
 
        
 
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adil –This evening, at 11:15 p.m., the House of Representatives voted to pass their health insurance reform bill. Despite countless attempts over nearly a century, no chamber of Congress has ever before passed comprehensive health reform. This is history.But you and millions of your fellow Organizing for America supporters didn’t just witness history tonight — you helped make it. Each “yes” vote was a brave stand, backed up by countless hours of knocking on doors, outreach in town halls and town squares, millions of signatures, and hundreds of thousands of calls. You stood up. You spoke up. And you were heard.So this is a night to celebrate — but not to rest. Those who voted for reform deserve our thanks, and the next phase of this fight has already begun.The final Senate bill hasn’t even been released yet, but the insurance companies are already pressing hard for a filibuster to bury it. OFA has built a massive neighborhood-by-neighborhood operation to bring people’s voices to Congress, and tonight we saw the results. But the coming days will put our efforts to the ultimate test.

Tonight’s vote brought every American closer to the secure, affordable care we need. But it was also a watershed moment in how change is made.
Even after last year’s election, many insider lobbyists and partisan operatives really thought that the old formula of scare tactics, D.C. back-scratching and special-interest money would still be enough to block any idea they didn’t like. Now, they’re desperate. Because, tonight, you made it crystal clear: the old rules are changing — and the people will not be ignored.
In the final phases of last year’s election, I often reminded folks, “Don’t think for a minute that power concedes without a fight,” and it’s especially true today. But that’s okay — we’re not afraid of a fight. And as you continue to prove, when all of us work together, we have what it takes to win.

From:   
 

“adil mohd mazher”<mhadil@rediffmail.com

  
 
To:    <info@barackobama.com>
        
 
Date:    Tue, 10 Nov 2009 02:18:09 IST
       
 
      
 
 
God Bless you Mr ObamaI have been fighting in america.gov in obama today for this historic bill.

May God Bless America and the People of the World who support you to lead America. And lead the World later, as leader of the all peaceloving and sharing people of our planet.

adil mh

hyderabad india.

On Sun, 08 Nov 2009 12:09:55 +0530 wrote
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‘Why do people hate you?’ question stuns Obama.

October 18, 2009 Leave a comment

New Orleans (Louisiana), Oct. 16: US President Barack Obama got a blunt question from an unexpected quarter on Thursday — a daring nine-year-old boy who asked “why do people hate you?”

Terry Soctt a 4 th grade, 10 year old, stunned Obama,  with a Question.  A childs mind so observing and blant.

Terry Soctt a 4 th grade, 10 year old, stunned Obama, with a Question. A childs mind so observing and blant.

Mr Obama, caught up in a divisive political row over his plans for healthcare reform, called on the boy, Tyren Scott, in a public meeting during his first visit to hurricane-ravaged New Orleans as President. “I have to say, why do people hate you? They supposed to love you. God is love,” Tyren, from Paulina, Louisiana asked.

Mr Obama, appeared tickled by the question, saying “hey, that’s what I’m talking about,” adding “I did get elected President, so not everybody hates me now… I got a whole lot of votes.”

“If you were watching TV lately, it seems like everybody’s just getting mad all the time. And you know, I think that you’ve got to take it with a grain of salt. Some of it is just what’s called politics.

”Are words coming faster than actions”  ? For Obama.

 

Mr Obama also promised that he would not forget the lingering misery of hurricane-ravaged New Orleans. Facing claims his stay of less than four hours gave short shrift to pledges to New Orleans he made as a candidate, Mr Obama vowed not to repeat the “failure of government” seen after Hurricane Katrina lashed the city in 2005. “The government was not adequately prepared, and did not adequately respond,” Mr Obama said, just over four years after the Katrina’s storm.

US People growing warth  on various fronts.  Obama to act fast to do the damage control of  his image ?

However, in recent times Barack Obama has been facing the wrath of the US people for various reasons including the gay laws to the troops in Afghanistan which increased further after he was declared the winner of the Nobel Peace Prize for 2009. And handling of the Middle East, and Israeli. The stretching of Isreal and its voilations  and disrespect to the religious sites by Isreali Police is seen   disrespect to the authority of US and the President of America.