Mereka2 khan ingin bertemu bidadari dg cepat makanya perlu bantuan israel untj 
mewujtdkanya, israel tetntu dg hati senang menghantarkan nyawa2 mereka 
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Subject: [zamanku] Re: 10 Steps You Can Take to Help Gaza
From: "gkrantau" <gkran...@yahoo.com>
Date: 15/01/2009 5:09 pm

ANEH JUGA sebagian umat Islam termasuk ormas mereka. Ketika Hamas setiap
hari meroket pemukiman rakyat Israel tidak ada satu orangpun yg protes,
begitu Israel membalas untuk membungkam rockets dari Hamas every Msulim
started protesting.

That's the consequence of  'playing' with the big boys in the
neigbourhood.

Be a man and stop whingeing. Dont use the civilians as your shield. The
late Iraqi dictator used the same ploy and they all got clobbered.

Gabriela Rantau

--- In zamanku@yahoogroups.com, "Deddy Mansyur" <de...@...> wrote:
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>             CAIR-MI: Detroit Muslim Leaders Urge Cease-Fire in Gaza
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>             CAIR-OK: Islamic Group Demonstrates at State Capitol
>             CAIR-CT: Protesters in Hartford Denounce Israel's Actions
>             CAIR-AZ: Rally Protests Israel's Bombing of Gaza
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>             CAIR ACTION ALERT #559
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>             Action: 10 Steps You Can Take to Help Gaza
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>             (WASHINGTON, D.C., 1/5/2009) - CAIR today outlined 10
positive, pro-active steps American Muslims and other people of
conscience can take this week to help end Israeli attacks on the Gaza
Strip, restore the cease-fire and the flow of humanitarian aid and
promote a more balanced U.S. policy in the Middle East.
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>             SEE: Gaza Hospital Overwhelmed By Dead, Wounded (AP)
>             SEE ALSO: CNN Israel Broke Gaza Cease-Fire
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>             For live coverage from Gaza, click here.
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>             ACTIONS REQUESTED:
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>             1. Take part in the upcoming 'Let Gaza Live' National
March on Washington, beginning at 1 p.m. on Saturday, January 10, in
Lafayette Park outside the White House. Click here for more information.
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>             Also take part in local peace rallies. Contact your
nearest CAIR chapter to ask about local events.
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>             2. Visit your elected representatives during the upcoming
"Day on the Hill" in Washington, D.C., sponsored by a coalition
of major Islamic organizations. Contact 202-384-8857 for advice on
meeting with legislators.
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>             3. Visit the local offices of your elected representatives
to talk with them about the need for a more balanced Mideast policy. Use
CAIR's "Legislative Fact Sheet" on the Gaza crisis.
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>             You can also learn how to arrange to meet elected
officials and best practices for meeting with your representatives on
CAIR's website.
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>             4. Write or call President Bush and members of Congress.
Talking points:
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>               a.. Israeli attacks block efforts to bring peace with
justice to the Middle East, harm our nation's image and interests
worldwide and strengthen voices of extremism in the region.
>               b.. The Palestinian people must be given some hope of
freedom from Israeli occupation and domination.
>               c.. Israel's immoral and illegal collective
punishment of the Palestinian people living in the Gaza Strip must end.
>               d.. America must support a just and comprehensive
resolution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict that takes into account
the rights and responsibilities of all parties.
>               e.. American taxpayer dollars should not be used to for
weapons that kill Palestinian civilians.
>             Ask your elected officials to adopt an even-handed Middle
East policy that is in our nation's - not Israel's - interest.
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>             Contact President George W. Bush: White House Comment
Line: 202-456-1111, Fax: 202-456-2461, E-Mail: comme...@...,
vice_presid...@...
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>             Contact Your Congressional Representatives: U.S. Senators
and House of Representatives
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>             5. Contact President-Elect Obama to ask that he speak out
now in favor of a more balanced and pro-American policy in the Middle
East that takes the rights of all parties to the conflict into
consideration.
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>             Contact the Obama administration transition team here.
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>             6. Sign CAIR's online petition urging our nation's
leaders to speak "in favor of peace and justice for all parties in the
current humanitarian crisis unfolding in the Gaza Strip." When
completed, the petition will be sent to elected officials nationwide and
will be given to members of the current and incoming administrations.
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>             7. Use Friday prayers to educate members of the Muslim
community about the plight of the civilian population in Gaza and the
need for a balanced Mideast policy, a cease-fire and the resumption of
humanitarian relief. Urge community members to take the actions outlined
in this alert.
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>             8. Monitor local media coverage of the Gaza crisis.
Contact those media outlets to either praise balanced coverage or to
criticize biased coverage. Call in to radio talk shows and write letters
to the editor to express your views. To find local and national media
contact information, click here.
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>             Post comments on media websites and blogs that discuss the
crisis. Begin your own blog and link to other sites that support a
balanced American policy in the region. Start a free blog at:
http://www.blogger.com
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>             Use social media tools such as Facebook, MySpace, YouTube,
Twitter, or Flickr to make your views known and to share your views with
like-minded individuals and groups.
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>             9. Organize meetings between Muslim and interfaith
community leaders and members of your local newspaper's editorial
board.
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>             To meet with a newspaper editorial board:
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>               a.. If possible, gather evidence of any media bias in
the newspaper. (Also look for examples of positive, balanced coverage.)
Save one-sided news articles or video clips. Record talk shows. Follow a
newspaper's editorial position.
>               b.. Build a coalition of local leaders.
>               c.. Plan for the meeting.
>               d.. Get together for a strategizing session and assign
duties.
>               e.. Present your case. Be clear about goals. Stick to
your points.
>               f.. Conclude with specific a request for more balanced
coverage and input from those who support peace with justice in the
region.
>               g.. Follow-up. Send a letter outlining agreements
reached.
>             Contact CAIR National Communications Director Ibrahim
Hooper for more information on coordinating a meeting with an editorial
board or contacting media outlets. Call 202-488-8787 or 202-744-7726,
e-mail: ihoo...@...
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>             10. Contact the State Department to call for action in
defense of Gaza's civilian population. Call 202-647-4000 and ask for the
Bureau of Near Eastern Affairs or click here.
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