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Your Christian brothers
Joseph Praim is a Christian pastor who was abducted and tortured by Islamic fundamentalists in Lahore, Pakistan. He describes his experience:
“On 16th February 2006 abut at 10:30a.m. I was going to pay gas bill to the bank. When I was passing through the railway lines. A car stopped nearby me and Molvies came out from it. One of them put a handkerchief on my mouth and at the moment I lost my senses and became unconscious. I don’t know what happened afterwards. When I came into my senses I found myself in a dark room. I could not see the things in my surrounding. I found that abductors took my gold ring off and they also took my money from my pocket. That was very dark room. Even I could not see the nearby things. When I came back to senses somebody gave me a slap on my face and abused me. I asked him why did they kidnap. He said, “You belong to Christianity and your Christian brothers made derogatory cartoons of Prophet Mohammad in Denmark that’s why we are going to kill you�?. They tied my eyes with cloth and my hands with rope. They severely tortured me and abused me for being Christian. They kept me for five days in their custody. During these days they did not give food and not even water to drink. They were armed with deadly weapons and they threatened me for life. I answered them bravely that if they kill me in the name of Jesus it would be honor for me and I have no fear for death.
And a few days ago, yet another church was set on fire in Pakistan.
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Oscars
Are you going to watch the Oscars tonight? I'm not sure if I will. I start out with good intentions of watching but then it all gets on my nerves. First of all, there are way too many categories. Do we really need an Oscar for Spelling Assistant to the Executive Producer's Secretary? Okay, I don't know if there really is such an Oscar but it feels like there is. Between the commercials and all the useless Oscars, it gets very boring, very quickly.

Then there's the fact that people in show-business like to talk and they especially like to talk about themselves. So there are all these long thank yous, "to my mom for teaching me about makeup when I was three and to my dad-hi dad! Hi grandpa! I love you! Hi! Um... oh, this is so exciting, I am so surprised! Oh, and to my manager who's been like a father to me-hi Jim! I remember the first time I said I wanted to be a director and Jim said, "ah hon, why, you need the headache?" LOL! I love you Jim! And to my cleaning lady who's like a mother to me, thank you, Rosarita! And to my um... oh! To my sweet husband Jim, omg, I mean Brett!"

See, it's completely boring. There are good moments, I'm not completely complaining. When Gwyneth won for Shakespeare in Love and she started crying, she got these big red blotches on her face and neck. I get them too so I totally sympathised. Big red blotches are very ugly in plain life, can you imagine how worse they look on camera which adds ten blotches? Not to mention that everyone saw!

So that was an interesting moment and of course her dress was gorgeous. I also remember the Jennifer dress, I still wonder what was holding it in place. Someone said double-stick tape. Ouch!

Speaking of dresses, this is what I like the best about the Oscars, to see what everyone is wearing. By everyone, I mean the women of course, because men don't really dress that interestingly. Men wear pants, a shirt, a jacket. No matter how wild and crazy they get, there's only so much they can do with pants, a shirt and a jacket.

Anyway, Oscars Boscars, have a drink.
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The Red Cross Celebrity Cabinet
If you ever think about giving money to the Red Cross, keep in mind that part of it will be spent on hiring Hollywood celebrities to "add lustre" to the charity's image.
The Red Cross was reported last week to have paid consultants more than $500,000 (£285,000) in three years to recruit stars, pitch its name in Hollywood and promote its chief executive as the face of the charity. A New York publicist receives $5,000 a month to lure celebrities and polish the charity’s image in Hollywood, according to documents obtained by The Washington Post. A company in California has been paid $114,000 to get the Red Cross included in story lines for film and television, and a Texas firm of image specialists won a contract for $127,000 to boost the profile of Marsha J Evans, the chief executive, a year before she left with a $780,000 severance package.
The article calls the criticism "disingenuous", asking if many news organisations would have covered the Red Cross vaccination campaign in Kenya if Jane Seymour hadn't gone along. That's baloney. A respectable charity doesn't need to pay actresses to preen for the cameras in order to show to the world that they're doing good. They could have conducted the vaccination campaign even without publicity, the Kenyan people certainly wouldn't have cared. What adds "lustre" to a charity is its good deeds and responsible financial management and successful results, not some second-rate Hollywood star. Red Cross cash ‘wasted’ on stars.
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Rafi Eitan and Jonathan Pollard
Rafi Eitan, who's running for the Knesset, said that if he gets elected he'll work to secure the release of Jonathan Pollard. Eitan was Pollard's Mossad handler and the man whom Pollard blames for turning him over to the FBI after he sought refuge at the Israeli embassy - as Eitan had originally ordered him to do in the event of possible capture. Esther Pollard met with Eitan in 1998 and was stunned to hear him say that the only thing he regrets is that he "didn't finish the job" before leaving the States. He said if he had been at the embassy when Pollard came to seek asylum, he would have put a bullet through his head and "there would have been no Pollard affair."

Eitan didn't deny he made that statement and he added that Pollard would have a better opportunity at release "if he and his wife just keep quiet. They are being too noisy and turning things into controversy." I beg to differ. Pollard was convicted of one count of passing classified information to an ally. The median sentence for this particular offense is two to four years. Pollard not only was sentenced to life imprisonment (of which he has already served 20 years), but his sentencing was in spite of a plea agreement to spare him life imprisonment in exchange for his cooperation with the investigation. He is the only person in the history of the United States to receive a life sentence for spying for an ally.

Being noisy at an injustice and creating controversy is better than being silent and complicit.
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