Ahmadinejad: If we remain quiet, Zionists will act against us

Iranian president explains why his country is developing nuclear
project, why he keeps on attacking Israel
Dudi Cohen
If we remain quiet in light of the Zionists' crimes they, we will be
unable to do anything tomorrow if they act against us, Iranian
President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said Friday, according to the Iranian
news agency Fars.  
Speaking before bereaved families, Ahmadinejad said, “There were those
inside and outside the country who asked us why we are defending
Palestine and speaking against the Zionists, in the midst of all the
attacks on the nuclear plan. I answered them in private meetings that
today we can still do it openly.
State official:  
'Act against Tehran before it's too late' / Roni Sofer  
Ynet learns Israel intends to demand UN Security Council assemble to
debate third round of sanctions against Islamic Republic after release
of IAEA report. ''We hope IAEA is aware of the price the entire world
may end up paying for its lenient approach towards Iran,' says top
Jerusalem official     
“You saw that when we spoke about the Zionists' ideology, the enemy's
ground was undermined, and they who speak about freedom (of speech)
began crying out and had …

Nasrallah says Israel's disappearence an inevitable fact

Hizbullah head Hassan Nasrallah on Friday said Israel's “disappearance”
is an inevitable fact.
“If Israel's attacks Lebanon again, we will wage war without any
preconditions,” Nasrallah said during a speech in Beirut in honor of
Hizbullah arch-terrorist Imad Mughniyeh, who was assassinated last week
in Damascus.
“The disappearance of Israel is an inevitable fact. It is an historical
process in the region which will come to an end in several years,” he
said.
Nasrallah said Mughniyeh's death in a car bombing earlier this month in
Syria was a “pre-emptive” strike meant to set the stage for the
assassination of more of Hizbullah's top leaders.
“We consider Hajj Imad's assassination as a pre-emptive operation, not
merely an act of revenge,” the Shiite cleric added, using a title of
respect for the slain commander reserved for Muslims who complete a
pilgrimage to Saudi Arabia.
According to Nasrallah, Hizbullah will not stand quiet following
Mughniyeh's assassination.
“There is no possibility that we will not respond to the murder of our
loved and dear ones. We will not allow the enemy to continue and murder
our commanders and dear ones.”
Nasrallah also said that Hizbullah has beat Israel many times in the
past, the …

Hezbollah chief: We're preparing for war with Israel in coming months

By Yoav Stern
Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah said Friday that operatives within
Lebanon are preparing for a new war with Israel in coming months.
Nasrallah, who made a speech in honor of the “Islamic Resistance Week,”
maintained that activists from his organization are ready for battle
against the Israel Defense Forces and will fight the IDF soldiers “in
every wadi” in ways they haven't fought in the past.
The leader of the Lebanon-based guerilla group spoke at a rally in
front of thousands who came to honor Imad Mughniyah, Hezbollah's deputy
secretary general, who was killed in a car bombing in Damascus on
February 12. Nasrallah also spoke about the 1992 targeted killing of
his predecessor, Abbas Moussawi.  
“No one can protect the entire Israeli home front from our missiles,”
he said. “If they think of entering the south, to any valley, any hill,
I swear you [Israelis] will carry your tanks and soldiers and your
entire army will collapse under the feet of Imad Mughniyah,” Nasrallah
said
“I swear to you Haj Imad, your blood will not go to waste,” Nasrallah
said.
“We will defend ourselves the way we choose, at the time we choose, in
the place …

Muslim TV evangelist preaches Allah of love

By Carolynne Wheeler in Cairo
He is handsome and charismatic, and his velvety voice makes young women
swoon. But his young female fans mostly wear headscarves, and while his
gatherings look more fitting for a rockstar, they involve lessons from
the Koran.
Moez Masoud, a 29-year-old Egyptian party-goer-turned-preacher, is
sweeping the Middle East with his moderate Islamic message to love not
just Allah but also others – and to play a full part in the modern
world.    
Mr Masoud provokes debate over contemporary issues
His views are controversial among more conservative imams both in
Egypt, where he is based, and further afield.
But his television shows have garnered an audience of millions across
the Middle East, his website attracts thousands of hits, and he fills
hotel ballrooms and lecture theatres whenever he appears in public.
“I’m just about everyday things, you know? It’s about keeping it real,”
said the young televangelist, as he prepared for an event at a Cairo
hotel where he was to discuss how romantic love and marriage relate to
Islam.
His message carries weight among his mostly educated and middle-class
young fans, because – perhaps like many of them – he too has previously

University Launches RFID People Tracking Experiment

RFID is serving as the network for the RFID Ecosystem Project, a social
networking experiment at the University of Washington in Seattle that
is exploring the intersection of the value of tracking systems and the
loss of privacy that they can cause.
Faculty, staff, and students are voluntarily being tracked within the
university's Paul Allen Center for Computer Science and Engineering, a
research facility without classrooms that has been outfitted with
approximately 30 RFID readers and 150 antennas. Volunteers carry Gen2
ID tags and can also apply tags to personal possessions. Ten people
have been tracking themselves for a year, and project organizers are
now recruiting 50 volunteers to expand the data collected and to test
new applications.
The readers are networked to a database that participants can access
from computers in the facility. Participants use the location data to
see where colleagues are in the building, to locate misplaced personal
items such as cell phones, PDAs, books, and backpacks, and to improve
their personal time management by reviewing how and where they spent
their time during the day. The project is completely voluntary and
participants can block anyone from accessing their data.
“We are exploring the relationship of privacy …

Kupelian appearing at Restore America conference

Event calls on evangelicals to seek return to respect for God's
authority
David Kupelian
David Kupelian, the managing editor for WorldNetDaily.com, is joining
an all-star list of speakers at this weekend's Restore America
Conference at Rolling Hills Community Church in Tualatin, Ore.
Kupelian, who authored the best-selling, “Marketing of Evil,” will be
addressing the conference of the subject of the media.
The focus of the event is just what its title suggests: Restoring
America to its original acknowledgment of being “under God.”
The goals are to call all voter eligible evangelical Christians in
America to register to vote and then to vote, call Bible-believing
pastors and Christian leaders to encourage their congregations to
participate in the political process, and “call all Christians to vote
for those who acknowledge our Christian heritage and respect God's
authority…”
“Our destruction if it comes at all, will be from … the inattention of
the people to the concerns of their government, from their carelessness
and negligence,” the conference quotes Daniel Webster saying. 
“I urge you, by all that is clear, by all that is honorable, by all
that is sacred, not only that ye pray but that ye act,!” exhorted John
Hancock.
The conference …