Senin, 23 Maret 2015

Age Of Empires II

WNB-23/03/2015 Age Of Empires II untuk yang suka game ini langsung sedot aja jangan sungkan-sungkan, gak usah pidato dulu ane wkwkw

>>pas rar : konde

langsung jalankan gak perlu di instal lagi..

Selasa, 16 Desember 2014

WNB 17/12-2014 Selada Air
Sepertinya tidak banyak orang mengenal jenis sayuran ini. Karena yang populer adalah salad yang biasa menjadi bahan sandwichnya burger. Selada air ini berbeda dengan salad yang kita kenal, berdaun lebar dan berwarna hijau muda. Tapi selada air ini mempunyai daun kecil-kecil, berwarna hijau pekat dan tangkai panjang tanpa dahan.

Banyak manfaat yang dapat kita peroleh dari sayuran yang mempunyai nama latin Nasturtium Officinale ini, diantaranya adalah :
Antioksidan untuk imuniti / sistem kekebalan tubuh
Detoksifikasi racun tubuh
Bahan senyawa anti kanker
melidungi paru-paru dari bahaya nikotin (perokok aktif/pasif)
pelawan kanker paru-paru, kanker mulut dan tenggorokan
penghambat terbentuknya NKK dalam tembakau
penangkal radang selaput lendir pada saluran pernafasan
pembersih darah
masker wajah
bisa juga dijadikan lalap, salad dan masakan
Sajian selada air ini paling nikmat jika dioseng atau ditumis (selera pribadi)... Silahkan mencoba dan rasakan manfaatnya. Semoga bermanfaat ...
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Minggu, 23 November 2014

saya sarankan untuk download menggunkan Files express caranya mudah

 Untuk yang sering downloads semuanya bisa di Files Express  download install, tinggal ketik cari pilih ukuran file yang wajar lalu downlaod tunggu hingga beres. ini contohnya  gw lagi mau download Windows XP sp3 iso. jadi gw cari yang sudah iso. tinggal burning ke cd/dvd beresss dehh


Rabu, 06 Agustus 2014

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Jumat, 11 Juli 2014

Thousands Gather for NYC Protest for Palestine

Max Blumenthal Speaks At NYC Rally For Palestine July 9 2014

Max Blumenthal addresses the crowd gathered outside the Israeli Consulate on 42nd St & 2nd Ave in NYC on July 9, 2014.
Thousands gathered in New York City on Wednesday, July 9, for a protest against the occupation of Palestine. The demonstration began with a rally in front of the Israeli Consulate on 42nd St and 2nd Ave, followed by a march down 42nd St to the News Corporation building, home of Fox News, the Wall Street Journal, and the New York Post.
Protesters were particularly concerned with Israel's ongoing collective punishment of Palestinians following the recent kidnapping and murder of three Israeli teens in the West Bank and the biased media coverage of these events. Over 400 Palestinians have been arrested in the West Bank and eight were killed during the military campaign. The houses of two suspects outside Hebron were destroyed. Airstrikes on Gaza have killed at least 78 over the last few days, including 14 children. Israeli officials have yet to release any evidence in the kidnapping.
Protesters were also concerned with placing the current conflagration into the context of the overall occupation. The abduction and murder of 16 year old Mohammed Abu Khdeir by an Israeli lynch mob in Jerusalem drew particular condemnation, as well as the beating of his Palestinian-American teenage cousin Tarek Abu Khdeir by Israeli police.
"We are not the extremists. The extremists are the ones who believe in an ethnically pure Jewish state," Max Blumenthal, author of Goliath: Life and Loathing in Greater Israel, told the crowd.
"You stand in the footsteps of Martin Luther King. You stand in the footsteps of Malcolm X. You stand in the footsteps of Stephen Biko. And you will carry this movement forward until Palestine is free."
(Text & thumbnail: Megan Iorio, Just Foreign Policy)


Israel's 'Brutal Attack' on Gaza Kills At Least 8 Children

Israel's 'Brutal Attack' on Gaza Kills At Least 8 Children

'The death and injury to children caused by Israel’s military offensive on Gaza demonstrates serious and extensive disregard of fundamental principles of international law.'

- Jon Queally, staff writer
Palestinians stand atop the rubble of a house which police said was destroyed in an Israeli air strike in Gaza City July 9, 2014. (Credit: Reuters/Mohammed Salem)At least eight children are among those who have been killed in the Gaza Strip over the last twenty-four hours, according to various reports, as the Israeli military continued to bombard the Palestinian enclave using naval ships, fighter jets, and aerial drones.
Palestinian women grieve following the deaths of several people after an Israeli air strike on a home in the northern of Gaza Strip early Wednesday. (Credit: Mohammed Abed / AFP/Getty Images) According to a report from the Defense of Children International (DCI-Palestine), six children were killed when a building was leveled by a missile that may have been fired from an Israeli drone on Tuesday afternoon in the city of Khan Younis.
According to the group:
The five families that reside in the building evacuated immediately after an Israeli aerial drone fired a warning missile. A number of neighbors, however, gathered on the roof in an effort to prevent the bombing. Shortly after 3 p.m., an Israeli airstrike leveled the building, and killed seven people, including five children, on the spot and injured 28 others.
Hussein Yousef Hussein Karawe, 13, Basem Salem Hussein Karawe, 10, Mohammad Ali Faraj Karawe, 12, Abdullah Hamed Karawe, 6, and Kasem Jaber Adwan Karawe, 12, died immediately, according to evidence collected by Defense for Children International-Palestine. Seraj Abed al-Aal, 8, succumbed to his injuries later that evening.
“The death and injury to children caused by Israel’s military offensive on Gaza demonstrates serious and extensive disregard of fundamental principles of international law,” said Rifat Kassis, executive director of DCI-Palestine. “Israeli forces must not carry out indiscriminate airstrikes in densely populated areas that fail to distinguish between military targets, civilians and civilian objects.” posted dramatic and graphic footage that followed the bombing in Khan Younis:

"In Gaza, it is not a war or a military operation though it may look so. It is collective punishment and it is a brutal attack against all Palestinian people, and mainly civilians are paying the price." —Dr. Mona El-Farra, from Gaza
In a post published by Common Dreams on Tuesday, Dr. Mona El-Farra, a Palestinian physician and human rights activist currently on the ground in Gaza, said the people there "do not have bomb shelters to escape to and hide" and rejected the idea that Israel's assault could possibly be justified.
"These air raids fall on the majority of the population living in very crowded areas, so while they hit their targets, civilians pay a big price - we have many causalities and the numbers are rising every hour," El-Farra said. "In Gaza, it is not a war or a military operation though it may look so. It is collective punishment and it is a brutal attack against all Palestinian people, and mainly civilians are paying the price."
As Maureen Clare Murphy, managing editor of the Electronic Intifada website, notes:
The ongoing bombing campaign is the most severe violence inflicted by Israel on Gaza since its eight-day assault in November 2012, during which more than 150 Palestinians were killed, 33 of them children.
More than 1,400 Palestinians were killed in Gaza, including 350 children, during Israel’s three consecutive weeks of attacks from air, land and sea during winter 2008-09.
Twenty-five lives have been claimed by Israel in Gaza since Monday, including at least eight children, as warplanes bombed areas across Gaza, whose 1.7 million Palestinian residents live under a tightly-enforced siege and are unable to flee and have nowhere to seek shelter.
         According to DCI-Palestine:
International humanitarian law prohibits indiscriminate and disproportionate attacks and requires that all parties to an armed conflict distinguish between military targets, civilians and civilian objects. Israel as the occupying power in the Occupied Palestinian Territory, including the Gaza Strip, is required to protect the Palestinian civilian population from violence.
While Israel relies on the principle of self defense to justify military offensives on Gaza, Israeli forces are bound to customary international law rules of proportionality and necessity.
Hamas’ military wing claimed responsibility for firing around 120 rockets from Gaza into southern and central Israel, with some reaching Tel Aviv and Jerusalem, according to Haaretz. Israel’s “Iron Dome” anti-missile system has reportedly intercepted at least 23 rockets. While minimal property damage has been reported, there have been no serious casualties.
The Israeli military has mobilized thousands of reserve soldiers in preparation for any further escalation, according to news reports.