Saya tidak membantah bahwa masalah Palestina itu amat pelik...

Tapi biarpun pelik jalan damai kudu dicari untuk memecakannnya.

Terus menumpahkan darah manusia bukan pemecahan.
  

--- In zamanku@yahoogroups.com, "teddy sunardi" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>
> Masalah Palestina adalah masalah pelik dan sulit untuk siselesaikan dan
> dimulai dengan rontoknya imperium Ottoman Turki. Coba anda cari
> 
> tulisan dari agen inggris yang kemudian menjadi sahabat bangsa arab
kolonel
> Thomas Edward Lawrence yang sudah membahas masalah Palestina
> 
> pada zaman perang dunia I dan nyatanya tidak ada yg berhasil sampai
> sekarang. Baca ini deh: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/T._E._Lawrence
> 
> salam
> 
> Teddy
> 
> 2008/11/17 Jusfiq Hadjar <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> 
> >   Ini angin baru...
> >
> > Ah, kalau dia berhasil mencari pemecahan masaalah Palestina.....
> >
> > ----
> >
> > UPDATED ON:
> > Monday, November 17, 2008
> > 05:42 Mecca time, 02:42 GMT
> > News Americas
> > Obama vows to shut Guantanamo
> > Obama, left, says he wants to "stamp out al-Qaeda" once he takes
office
> > [AFP]
> >
> > Barack Obama has promised to shut down the Guantanamo Bay
detention camp.
> >
> > The US president-elect, in a television interview aired on Sunday,
also
> > pledged to withdraw troops from Iraq as part of rebuilding
"America's moral
> > stature".
> >
> > "I have said repeatedly that I intend to close Guantanamo, and I will
> > follow through on that," Obama said on the CBS programme 60 Minutes.
> >
> > "I have said repeatedly that America doesn't torture. And I'm
going to make
> > sure that we don't torture. Those are part and parcel of an effort
to regain
> > America's moral stature in the world."
> >
> > Obama had made the promise to shut the US prison while on the campaign
> > trail, but his comments on Sunday were the first confirmation of his
> > intentions since the November 4 election.
> >
> > He did not, however, elaborate on where the Guantanamo detainees
would be
> > sent or whether they would be put on trial, or released.
> >
> > Juvenile detainees
> >
> > Obama's comments also came as the US revealed that it had held a dozen
> > juveniles at Guantanamo, four more than it had reported to the United
> > Nations in May.
> >
> > The US still holds about 250 detainees
> > at the Guantanamo camp [EPA]
> >
> > On Sunday Commander Jeffrey Gordon, a Pentagon spokesman, said the
> > government had revised the figure in the report to the UN
committee on child
> > rights.
> >
> > "As we noted to the committee, it remains uncertain the exact age
of many
> > of the juveniles held at Guantanamo, as most of them did not know
their own
> > date of birth or even the year in which they were born," he added.
> >
> > The admission came after a study released by the Centre for the
Study of
> > Human Rights in the Americas last week said the US has held at
least a dozen
> > juveniles at Guantanamo, including a Saudi who committed suicide
in 2006.
> >
> > "The information I got was from their own sources, so they didn't
have to
> > look beyond their own sources to figure this out," said Almerindo
Ojeda,
> > director of the centre at the University of California in Davis.
> >
> > The study said eight of the juveniles have been released.
> >
> > About 250 prisoners are still being held at the US naval camp in
Cuba on
> > suspicion of terrorism or links to al-Qaeda or the Taliban.
> >
> > Priorities
> >
> > Rights groups have urged Obama to move swiftly on shutting the prison,
> > widely condemned by the international community, once he moves
into the
> > White House in January.
> >
> > Obama said his number one priority was to repair the stricken US
economy by
> > pushing for a stimulus package, adding that it would be a
"disaster" for the
> > government to just let the country's automotive industry collapse.
> >
> > The government will have to do "whatever it takes" to revive the
US economy
> > and to "avoid a deepening recession", he said.
> >
> > But he told CBS that as soon as he takes office on January 20, he
and his
> > security advisers will "start executing a plan that draws down our
troops"
> > from Iraq.
> >
> > And he added that "it is a top priority for us to stamp out
al-Qaeda once
> > and for all" and that killing or capturing the group's mastermind
Osama bin
> > Laden was "critical" to US security.
> >  Source:     Agencies
> >
> >
> >
> > ---------------
> > Jusfiq Hadjar gelar Sutan Maradjo Lelo
> >
> > Allah yang disembah orang Islam tipikal dan yang digambarkan oleh
al-Mushaf
> > itu dungu, buas, kejam, keji, ganas, zalim lagi biadab hanyalah Allah
> > fiktif.
> >
> >  
> >
>


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