Ya sudah berarti tindakan/sikap anda sudah jelas.. Hanya/minimal lebih
banyak
memposting yang menjelek"an Islam/muslim.. tapi tidak yang dapat menimbulkan

simpati bagi Islam/muslim..

Bahkan berita soal kejahatan terhadap bantuan kemanusiaan saja (yang relatif

netral) tidak masuk dalam tugas anda.. :-)

-- 
Wassalam,

Irwan.K
"Better team works could lead us to better results"
http://irwank.blogspot.com
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2010/6/1 sunny <am...@tele2.se>

>
>
> Kalau harap gampang dan sendiri tidak mau beusaha mendapat dan membagi
> infiormasi, memang mudah menuduh orang lain. Carilah sendiri dan kirimlah.
> Jangan harap gampang, negeri tidak akan maju!
>
> Tidakah Anda tahu bahwa kapal bernama Sofia yang turut flotila dibeli di
> Yunani oleh organisasi solidaritas Swedia? Organisasi solidaritas di Swedia
> terdiri dari puluhan organisasi tanpa ada warna agama atau etnik, bukan
> seperti di NKRI.
>
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Irwan Kurniawan
> To: wanita-muslimah@yahoogroups.com <wanita-muslimah%40yahoogroups.com>
> Sent: Tuesday, June 01, 2010 10:58 AM
> Subject: Re: [wanita-muslimah] The US talks to us, claims leader of Hamas
> movement
>
> Akui saja kalau anda benci (minimal tidak suka) yang ada mengandung istilah
> 'arab', palestina
> atau dunia islam.. Sehingga kalau kejahatan terhadap yang anda benci/tidak
> suka, anda tutup
> mata.. Jangan melebarkan bahasan agar yang lain harus menjadi loper koran
> seperti anda..
>
> --
> Wassalam,
>
> Irwan.K
> "Better team works could lead us to better results"
> http://irwank.blogspot.com
> fb/twitter/skype: irwank2k2
>
> 2010/6/1 sunny <am...@tele2.se <ambon%40tele2.se>>
>
> >
> >
> > Anda hanya mau terima gampang harus tahu diri, tetapi kalau Anda mau
> turut
> > menyumbang tenaga harus juga menyampaikan, bukankah begitu?
> >
> > Saya tidak berkewajiban!
> >
> > Jadi cari dan sampaikan, jangan hanya mengerutu..
> >
> > ----- Original Message -----
> > From: Ary Setijadi Prihatmanto
> > To: wanita-muslimah@yahoogroups.com 
> > <wanita-muslimah%40yahoogroups.com><wanita-muslimah%
> 40yahoogroups.com>
> > Sent: Tuesday, June 01, 2010 10:38 AM
> > Subject: Re: [wanita-muslimah] The US talks to us, claims leader of Hamas
> > movement
> >
> > karena saya bukan tukang koran seperti Oom...
> > saya tidak pernah kirim2 berita...
> >
> > kalo tukang korannya main politik, ngirim atau gak tergantung kepentingan
> > dan siapa yang dibela,
> > dimana integritasnya sebagai tukang koran? apa pelanggan hanya mau
> digiring
> > sesuai keinginan tukang koran?
> >
> > kadang-kadang tukang koran juga harus introspeksi.
> > jangan-jangan hanya teriak judulnya supaya laku, tapi gak pernah baca
> > korannya...
> >
> > ----- Original Message -----
> > From: sunny
> > To: wanita-muslimah@yahoogroups.com 
> > <wanita-muslimah%40yahoogroups.com><wanita-muslimah%
> 40yahoogroups.com>
> > Sent: Tuesday, June 01, 2010 1:12 PM
> > Subject: Re: [wanita-muslimah] The US talks to us, claims leader of Hamas
> > movement
> >
> > Tidak ada yang melarang Anda untuk turut mengirim.
> >
> > ----- Original Message -----
> > From: Ary Setijadi Prihatmanto
> > To: wanita-muslimah@yahoogroups.com 
> > <wanita-muslimah%40yahoogroups.com><wanita-muslimah%
> 40yahoogroups.com>
> > Sent: Tuesday, June 01, 2010 12:13 AM
> > Subject: Re: [wanita-muslimah] The US talks to us, claims leader of Hamas
> > movement
> >
> > Oom Ambon,
> > mana berita penyerangan Israel ke konvoy bantuan kemanusiaan untuk Gaza?
> >
> > Turut berduka cita untuk seluruh korban.
> > :-((
> >
> > ----- Original Message -----
> > From: sunny
> > To: Undisclosed-Recipient:;
> > Sent: Tuesday, June 01, 2010 2:29 AM
> > Subject: [wanita-muslimah] The US talks to us, claims leader of Hamas
> > movement
> >
> >
> >
> http://www.smh.com.au/world/the-us-talks-to-us-claims-leader-of-hamas-movement-20100531-wrh8.html
> >
> > The US talks to us, claims leader of Hamas movement
> > DAVID HEARST
> > June 1, 2010
> > DAMASCUS: The United States is sending a succession of envoys to engage
> > with Hamas but lacks the bravery to talk to the Islamist movement openly,
> > its leader, Khaled Meshal, says.
> >
> > Mr Meshal praised the Russian President, Dmitry Medvedev, for meeting him
> > in Damascus and the Syrian President, Bashar al-Assad, for hosting the
> > discussion 10 days ago.
> >
> > He told Mr Medvedev that the US was also talking to him.
> >
> > ''I . told him the Americans contact us, but are not brave enough to do
> so
> > openly. I am confident that in the very near future, everyone will
> realise
> > that they will have to deal with Hamas.''
> >
> > The claim that the US is engaging with a group it lists as a terrorist
> > organisation will upset the Palestinian President, Mahmoud Abbas, whose
> > forces have locked up and allegedly tortured Hamas members.
> >
> > But four years into Israel's blockade of Gaza, the revelation could be
> seen
> > as a sign that cracks are opening in the western consensus that Hamas
> should
> > remain isolated.
> >
> > Russia is a member of the Middle East Quartet, which demands recognition
> of
> > Israel as a precondition to a seat at the negotiating table.
> >
> > Hamas says that recognising Israel was one of Fatah's biggest mistakes
> and
> > resulted in 17 years of fruitless negotiation.
> >
> > Mr Meshal said the tectonic plates in the Middle East were shifting.
> Iran,
> > Turkey and Syria were emerging as regional powers and Egypt was in the
> > throes of a battle for succession that would paralyse it as a regional
> > player. As a result, Israel was losing its power to impose conditions on
> a
> > weakened Palestinian leadership in Ramallah.
> >
> > As it felt its power ebbing, Israel needed a war but was crippled by
> > self-doubt. Mr Meshal claimed the attacks on Hezbollah in Lebanon in 2006
> > and against Hamas in Gaza in 2009 had strengthened both organisations.
> >
> > ''Israel is conducting exercises threatening Hamas, Hezbollah and Syria.
> It
> > needs a war, but choosing the front to fight on will not be a picnic and
> > this reflects the crisis in Israel. It does not want peace, but the
> option
> > of war is not easy for it,'' he said.
> >
> > ''A war in Gaza might appear the easy option. But that would be an
> > illusion, not because we have adequate weapons, but because Israel this
> time
> > would be fighting against a people with nothing to lose. Gaza is small in
> > size but it has become a large symbol for the rest of the world.''
> >
> > The US President, Barack Obama, had made a brave speech in Cairo but
> within
> > months had retreated and his officials had vetoed efforts to seek
> agreement
> > between Fatah and Hamas on a unity government.
> >
> > Citing Fatah sources, he claimed George Mitchell, the US negotiator, had
> > told the Palestinian Authority and Egypt that the US would cut off aid to
> > the authority if it formed a unity government with Hamas and other
> militant
> > Palestinian factions.
> >
> > ''Mahmoud Abbas is better for America's purpose without [Palestinian]
> > reconciliation, because he is weak and a deal with Hamas would strengthen
> > the Palestinian position in the negotiation.
> >
> > ''America prefers a weak Palestinian negotiating party, because it
> believes
> > this is the best chance for a deal with an intransigent [Israeli Prime
> > Minister, Benjamin] Netanyahu.''
> >
> > Hamas claims that nine or 10 of the 22 members of the Arab League back
> its
> > formula for a unity government, not least Saudi Arabia, a country still
> > thought to be furious with Hamas about its takeover of Gaza in 2007,
> which
> > tore up an agreement with Fatah.
> >
> > Mr Meshal said that before the last Arab League summit in Libya, the
> Saudi
> > Foreign Minister, Saud al-Faisal, had taken a Hamas document to Egypt
> that
> > called for the creation of a Palestinian leadership representative of all
> > factions, a high security council to reform Gaza security forces and a
> > committee to organise elections. Palestinians outside the occupied
> > territories could also vote.
> >
> > The Egyptians came back with three additions: that the new government
> > recognise a two-state solution, the borders of 1967 and the Arab Peace
> > Initiative. Mr Meshal said these demands were tantamount to a recognition
> of
> > Israel.
> >
> > ''What Mahmoud Abbas is seeking is to restore his authority over Gaza and
> > to draw Hamas into an electoral process in conditions in which it would
> > lose.. Egypt's position is a real obstacle, too.''
> >
> > Guardian News & Media
>


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