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2008-12-18
Arcturus (...@gmail.com, IP: 24.82.154...)
2008-12-18 01:18
apropo ... cica Bush a adus democratie si civilitate in Irak

Bodyguarzi lu Bush si Maliki i-au rupt mana si coastele ... pentru ca a avut curajul sa arunce cu 2 papuci in capul criminalului.


http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2008/dec/16/bush-shoe-zaidi

Muntadhar al-Zaidi will go down in Arab folklore as the man who dared to throw his shoes at George Bush but his immediate problem is how to recover from the reprisals he suffered after his bold gesture. His older brother, Dargham, has told reporters Muntadhar suffered a broken hand, broken ribs and internal bleeding, as well as an eye injury, and is in hospital.

If true, the reports confirm what the TV clips shown on the Guardian's website in the aftermath of the incident seemed to suggest. A number of Western news reports referred to Zaidi as "screaming" while he was taken out of the press conference room. They gave the impression he was ranting at Bush. The soundtrack hinted otherwise. It contained a series of agonised yelps and grunts, as of a man being repeatedly kicked and thumped. By then, Zaidi was on the floor, and cameras could not catch him in the melee. But listen to the message of the microphones. It seems to tell a vicious tale.

Who was doing the punching, if that is what it was? Was it Iraqi security men or Bush's bodyguards from the US Secret Service? Either way, whatever brutality it is now alleged was meted out to Zaidi far outweighs the violence involved in his gesture. This will only serve to add to Zaidi's status, making him a martyr as well as a hero in large sections of the Arab world, where commentators have been vying with superlatives to describe his action.

Paul din Ohio din SUA (...@hotmail.com, IP: 24.29.11...)
2008-12-18 01:54
Re: apropo ... cica Bush a adus democratie si civilitate in Irak. Asa au spus tovarasii tai

ieri, dar azi "ranitul" s-a prezentat la tribunal:

THE Iraqi journalist who became an instant media star for hurling his shoes at US President George W. Bush today appeared before a judge investigating the incident, his brother said.

Muntazer al-Zaidi, 29, a television reporter who relatives and colleagues said acted because he "detested" Mr Bush and America, was brought before the judge in the high-security Green Zone in the heart of Baghdad, the brother said.

Durgham al-Zaidi said he and another brother were told by the investigating judge that Muntazar had "cooperated well" but that they were unable to attend the hearing and had no further details.

Under Iraqi law, Mr Zaidi risks up to seven years in jail for "offending the head of a foreign state".

La 2008-12-18 01:18:09, Arcturus a scris:

> Bodyguarzi lu Bush si Maliki i-au rupt mana si coastele ... pentru ca
> a avut curajul sa arunce cu 2 papuci in capul criminalului.
>
>
> http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2008/dec/16/bush-shoe-zaidi
>
> Muntadhar al-Zaidi will go down in Arab folklore as the man who dared
> to throw his shoes at George Bush but his immediate problem is how to
> recover from the reprisals he suffered after his bold gesture. His
> older brother, Dargham, has told reporters Muntadhar suffered a
> broken hand, broken ribs and internal bleeding, as well as an eye
> injury, and is in hospital.
>
> If true, the reports confirm what the TV clips shown on the Guardian's
> website in the aftermath of the incident seemed to suggest. A number
> of Western news reports referred to Zaidi as "screaming" while he was
> taken out of the press conference room. They gave the impression he
> was ranting at Bush. The soundtrack hinted otherwise. It contained a
> series of agonised yelps and grunts, as of a man being repeatedly
> kicked and thumped. By then, Zaidi was on the floor, and cameras
> could not catch him in the melee. But listen to the message of the
> microphones. It seems to tell a vicious tale.
>
> Who was doing the punching, if that is what it was? Was it Iraqi
> security men or Bush's bodyguards from the US Secret Service? Either
> way, whatever brutality it is now alleged was meted out to Zaidi far
> outweighs the violence involved in his gesture. This will only serve
> to add to Zaidi's status, making him a martyr as well as a hero in
> large sections of the Arab world, where commentators have been vying
> with superlatives to describe his action.
>

Arcturus (...@gmail.com, IP: 24.82.154...)
2008-12-18 04:33
Re: si?

Cica 7 ani de inchisoare ... dar pe criminalii de la Blackwater au incercat sa-i faca scapati.


La 2008-12-18 01:54:48, Paul din Ohio a scris:

> ieri, dar azi "ranitul" s-a prezentat la tribunal:
>
> THE Iraqi journalist who became an instant media star for hurling his
> shoes at US President George W. Bush today appeared before a judge
> investigating the incident, his brother said.
>
> Muntazer al-Zaidi, 29, a television reporter who relatives and
> colleagues said acted because he "detested" Mr Bush and America, was
> brought before the judge in the high-security Green Zone in the heart
> of Baghdad, the brother said.
>
> Durgham al-Zaidi said he and another brother were told by the
> investigating judge that Muntazar had "cooperated well" but that they
> were unable to attend the hearing and had no further details.
>
> Under Iraqi law, Mr Zaidi risks up to seven years in jail for
> "offending the head of a foreign state".
>
> La 2008-12-18 01:18:09, Arcturus a scris:
>
> > Bodyguarzi lu Bush si Maliki i-au rupt mana si coastele ... pentru ca
> > a avut curajul sa arunce cu 2 papuci in capul criminalului.
> >
> >
> > http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2008/dec/16/bush-shoe-zaidi
> >
> > Muntadhar al-Zaidi will go down in Arab folklore as the man who dared
> > to throw his shoes at George Bush but his immediate problem is how to
> > recover from the reprisals he suffered after his bold gesture. His
> > older brother, Dargham, has told reporters Muntadhar suffered a
> > broken hand, broken ribs and internal bleeding, as well as an eye
> > injury, and is in hospital.
> >
> > If true, the reports confirm what the TV clips shown on the Guardian's
> > website in the aftermath of the incident seemed to suggest. A number
> > of Western news reports referred to Zaidi as "screaming" while he was
> > taken out of the press conference room. They gave the impression he
> > was ranting at Bush. The soundtrack hinted otherwise. It contained a
> > series of agonised yelps and grunts, as of a man being repeatedly
> > kicked and thumped. By then, Zaidi was on the floor, and cameras
> > could not catch him in the melee. But listen to the message of the
> > microphones. It seems to tell a vicious tale.
> >
> > Who was doing the punching, if that is what it was? Was it Iraqi
> > security men or Bush's bodyguards from the US Secret Service? Either
> > way, whatever brutality it is now alleged was meted out to Zaidi far
> > outweighs the violence involved in his gesture. This will only serve
> > to add to Zaidi's status, making him a martyr as well as a hero in
> > large sections of the Arab world, where commentators have been vying
> > with superlatives to describe his action.
> >
>
>

Paul din Ohio din SUA (...@hotmail.com, IP: 24.29.11...)
2008-12-18 04:51
Re: si? Voi diversionistii

aveti "proprietatea" de a rasuci faptele, a le falsifica si a opera cu sofisme In sensul modern al acestui cuvant) ieftine. Succes in continuare! La 2008-12-18 04:33:27, Arcturus a scris:

> Cica 7 ani de inchisoare ... dar pe criminalii de la Blackwater au
> incercat sa-i faca scapati.
>
>
> La 2008-12-18 01:54:48, Paul din Ohio a scris:
>
> > ieri, dar azi "ranitul" s-a prezentat la tribunal:
> >
> > THE Iraqi journalist who became an instant media star for hurling his
> > shoes at US President George W. Bush today appeared before a judge
> > investigating the incident, his brother said.
> >
> > Muntazer al-Zaidi, 29, a television reporter who relatives and
> > colleagues said acted because he "detested" Mr Bush and America, was
> > brought before the judge in the high-security Green Zone in the heart
> > of Baghdad, the brother said.
> >
> > Durgham al-Zaidi said he and another brother were told by the
> > investigating judge that Muntazar had "cooperated well" but that they
> > were unable to attend the hearing and had no further details.
> >
> > Under Iraqi law, Mr Zaidi risks up to seven years in jail for
> > "offending the head of a foreign state".
> >
> > La 2008-12-18 01:18:09, Arcturus a scris:
> >
> > > Bodyguarzi lu Bush si Maliki i-au rupt mana si coastele ... pentru ca
> > > a avut curajul sa arunce cu 2 papuci in capul criminalului.
> > >
> > >
> > > http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2008/dec/16/bush-shoe-zaidi
> > >
> > > Muntadhar al-Zaidi will go down in Arab folklore as the man who dared
> > > to throw his shoes at George Bush but his immediate problem is how to
> > > recover from the reprisals he suffered after his bold gesture. His
> > > older brother, Dargham, has told reporters Muntadhar suffered a
> > > broken hand, broken ribs and internal bleeding, as well as an eye
> > > injury, and is in hospital.
> > >
> > > If true, the reports confirm what the TV clips shown on the Guardian's
> > > website in the aftermath of the incident seemed to suggest. A number
> > > of Western news reports referred to Zaidi as "screaming" while he was
> > > taken out of the press conference room. They gave the impression he
> > > was ranting at Bush. The soundtrack hinted otherwise. It contained a
> > > series of agonised yelps and grunts, as of a man being repeatedly
> > > kicked and thumped. By then, Zaidi was on the floor, and cameras
> > > could not catch him in the melee. But listen to the message of the
> > > microphones. It seems to tell a vicious tale.
> > >
> > > Who was doing the punching, if that is what it was? Was it Iraqi
> > > security men or Bush's bodyguards from the US Secret Service? Either
> > > way, whatever brutality it is now alleged was meted out to Zaidi far
> > > outweighs the violence involved in his gesture. This will only serve
> > > to add to Zaidi's status, making him a martyr as well as a hero in
> > > large sections of the Arab world, where commentators have been vying
> > > with superlatives to describe his action.
> > >
> >
> >
>
>


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