PBS FRONTLINE: HOUSE OF SAUD PART 1 OF 6Saudi Arabia—one of the United States' most important allies for more than sixty years—is home t...
PBS FRONTLINE: HOUSE OF SAUD PART 1 OF 6Saudi Arabia—one of the United States' most important allies for more than sixty years—is home to vast oil fields and a wealthy, often extravagant, monarchy. It is also home to fifteen of the nineteen terrorists responsible for the attacks of September 11, 2001.Until 9/11, most Americans paid little attention to how the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia was run. But in the aftermath of the attacks, America awoke to some difficult truths about its longtime ally: for decades, Saudi wealth and charities supported individuals and organizations dedicated to doing America harm, and its universities and religious schools—known as madrassas—prepared countless young men for jihad against the West.Today, Saudi television broadcasts programs where children read poems against Jews and in praise of Islamic martyrs. Recently twenty-six Saudi clerics, among them, Sheikh Nasser al-Omar, issued a fatwa, or edict, encouraging Muslims to fight the Americans in Iraq. And in December 2004, gunmen attacked the American consulate in Jeddah."Investigating the history of U.S.-Saudi relations, it quickly becomes clear that this is an alliance built on quicksand," says co-producer Martin Smith, who has reported from the region for previous FRONTLINE films including "Saudi Time Bomb?" and "In Search of Al Qaeda."It was Franklin Roosevelt, seen in rare archival footage conducting a top-secret World War II meeting with Saudi King Abd al-Aziz on board the USS Quincy, who established the basic principles behind the U.S.-Saudi alliance Less
Talal Wehbe winner of the first round of QNRRCH Talal Wehbe from Australia won the first round of Qatar National Road Racing Championship. T...
Talal Wehbe winner of the first round of QNRRCH Talal Wehbe from Australia won the first round of Qatar National Road Racing Championship. The Australian driver with a Lotus car crossed the checkered flag in first position starting from the second place in the grid. At the end of the race he said that he was very happy to win as this was his first time competing in a championship. He knows the Losail track because of the track days and he finds it an amazing track and today he was trying to find a new lines and be more experienced for future rounds. The second position was for the Qatari driver Nasser Al Abdulla with a Honda car. After the podium he stated that he was very happy to finished the race in the podium. He know the track very well as he has been competing since 2008. The third stage of the podium was for Saif Al Naimi also from Qatar with a Suzuki car. He felt very good in the race even the car is new for him. He wants to thank QMMF for the support and even he had raced in other circuit he loves the losail track. Trophies were given by Mr. Sultan Al Morraikhi (QMMF Board Member) The next round of Qatar National Road Racing Championship will be on the 22nd and 23rd March. Less
Die Symbiose aus fortgeschrittener Technologie und dem exzellenten Shape machen das Flying Carpet zu einem herausstechenden Leichtwindboard....
Die Symbiose aus fortgeschrittener Technologie und dem exzellenten Shape machen das Flying Carpet zu einem herausstechenden Leichtwindboard. Das Flying Carpet lässt dich bereits Spaß auf dem Wasser haben, während andere noch am Strand sitzen und auf Wind warten müssen. Das Flying Carpet ist also die perfekte Wahl für Beginner und Kiteschulen und für Kiter, die auch beim geringsten Windhauch auf dem Wasser Gas geben wollen. Lebendig und agil lässt sich das Board durch den sehr guten Kantengriff einfach manövrieren. Dank der Pre-Stress Technologie macht es deutlich mehr Spaß, das Flying Carpet zu fahren, als jedes andere Board in dieser Größe. Less
Second round of Losail MX Championship at the new Losail MX Track The america rider, Dennis Stapleton won the first race of Losail MX champi...
Second round of Losail MX Championship at the new Losail MX Track The america rider, Dennis Stapleton won the first race of Losail MX championship at the new Losail Motocross Track. As a support race of the FIM MX1/MX2 World Championship, the second round of this championship took place this afternoon with a total of 33 riders in the entry list. Stapleton didn't give any chance to the other riders and from the start he lead the race. He managed to cross the finishe line with a gap of 1.30.366 with the second fastest rider, Leroy Botha from South Africa. The Kuwaiti rider Mishary Aboushaibah finished in third position. All three riders are competing in the MX1 category. In the MX2 category, the kuwaiti rider Abdullah Al Shatti finished first in his category. Hassan Ahmed from Bahrain and Barak AlJasmi ended in second and third position in the podium respectively. Trophies were given by Mr. Nasser Khalifa Al Attiya, QMMF President and LIC General Manager and Mr. Sultan Al Morraikhi, QMMF Board Member. Tomorrow the race 2 of the Losail MX Championship will be at 14.50. 'The track has improved from 2 weeks ago from the first round and I was very happy about that. Once again I was not very good in the first lap, as it was a bit muddy at the start but I felt very comfortable and I am leading the championship' Stapleton said after the race. 'We are very happy with the second round of thischampionship and we involve all the neighbourg country to participate with us with almost 12 ... Less
Reactions from Sabri Sarraj Al Zamalek Club board member and vice president, as well as from Mazen Marzuk, the Egyptian Football Association...
Reactions from Sabri Sarraj Al Zamalek Club board member and vice president, as well as from Mazen Marzuk, the Egyptian Football Association representative a... Less
Abdulaziz Abdulla won the second round of Qatar National Road Racing Championship held today under the floodlights of Losail International C...
Abdulaziz Abdulla won the second round of Qatar National Road Racing Championship held today under the floodlights of Losail International Circuit. The qatari driver started in the first place of the grid as he got the pole postion yesterday during the qualifying practice. Immediately after the start of the race, Pavel Nedobity from Czec Republic, overtook him, leading the race during the first laps. In the fourth lap, the Porsche of Abdulla passed the Lotus car of Pavel and the Qatari driver managed to cross the checkered flag in first position. The Australian driver Talal Wehbe finished in the third position. The three drivers were in the podium in the Open Class. Saif Al Naimi with a Suzuki Swift was the first driver in the Production class to cross the finishing line. Trophies were given by Mr. Sultan Al Muraikhi (QMMF Board Member and and General Secretary Assistant) and Mr.Rashid Al Sulaiti (QMMF Public Relations Manager) The next round will be on the 22nd and 23rd March. Abdulaziz Abdulla -- 1st 'It was my first race ever so I am very happy with my second position. It was a very exciting race and we were pushing each other very hard with Abdulaziz during all the race. He was faster in the straight and I was faster little bit in the corners and considering my first pariticpation in a circuit I am very happy with my result' Pavel Nedobity - 2nd 'I am very happy to win this race and it was a very aggressive racing. The competition was in a very high level with the ... Less
Al Roker seems to have had a moment on Today this morning. Anyone else notice this?
Song: BobnVon: Weird Al YankovicnLooks like: Bob Dylans «Don't Look Back»
Aug. 6: For the first time in nearly 40 years, Al Roker overslept, missing “Wake Up with Al” on the Weather Channel. Ma...
Aug. 6: For the first time in nearly 40 years, Al Roker overslept, missing “Wake Up with Al” on the Weather Channel. Matt and Savannah use the opportunity to poke fun at the usually-prompt anchor, dubbing him “Rip Van Roker.” Less
April 2: Matt Lauer and Al Roker announce on TODAY that that they’ll be seen in the upcoming horror flick “Sharknado 2” and shot...
April 2: Matt Lauer and Al Roker announce on TODAY that that they’ll be seen in the upcoming horror flick “Sharknado 2” and shot their cameo appearances in the film on Tuesday. They share a sneak peek from the movie, which debuts July 30 on Syfy. Less
On board en una Skua 200 yendo al Camping Quilpo en Córdoba. Sonido original.
Discover or remember Bahrain Karting Track. 2 night on board camera laps with Abdulla Al-Thawadi, during 2012 Under 18 World Championshit
What is Belief ᴴᴰ ┇Iman On Board ┇Al Midrar
Errors in Belief ᴴᴰ ┇Iman On Board ┇Al Midrar
Belief in Allah ᴴᴰ ┇Iman On Board ┇Al Midrar
Belief in an Ilah ᴴᴰ ┇Iman On Board ┇Al Midrar
I tried so hard to stay off the radar for this thing. The internet is a strange scary place.nnChallenge goes out to:nnMatthew Santoro: https...
I tried so hard to stay off the radar for this thing. The internet is a strange scary place.nnChallenge goes out to:nnMatthew Santoro: https://www.youtube.com/user/MatthewSantoronDaveHax: https://www.youtube.com/user/DaveHaxnROBwithaB: https://www.youtube.com/user/ROBwithaBnnI'm so sorry.nnDonate to ALS research here: http://www.alsa.org/donate/nnFor those wondering about why I never released the LED board project featured in this video, electrolytic corrosion causes the contacts to wear out faster than I anticipated. It was a labor intensive and expensive build, and so not worth the time for how short lived it is. It could be made to work properly perhaps if platinum electrical contacts were used, but obviously that increases the price drastically. Less
Paddle Board ALS "Ice Bucket Challenge"
http://www.boardsofcanada.comn'Tomorrow's Harvest' nMonday 10th June 2013 (Tuesday 11th in N. America)nnPre-order Album:nBleep: http://glnk....
http://www.boardsofcanada.comn'Tomorrow's Harvest' nMonday 10th June 2013 (Tuesday 11th in N. America)nnPre-order Album:nBleep: http://glnk.it/23aniTunes: http://glnk.it/239nAmazon: http://glnk.it/23bnnBuy 'Reach For The Dead' now:nBleep: http://bit.ly/16QoSzm | iTunes - http://bit.ly/13Nm3w1 nn'Reach For The Dead' directed by Neil Krug Less
It's the smoking gun!nFrom The Huffington PostnDid Al Roker really just go there?nnOn Thursday's "Today" show, the NBC weatherman made a ver...
It's the smoking gun!nFrom The Huffington PostnDid Al Roker really just go there?nnOn Thursday's "Today" show, the NBC weatherman made a very intriguing remark during an interview with the U.S. women's Olympic rowing team.nnLauer noted that the team had a tradition of throwing a teammate into the water after a big win. "The tradition here in New York is that you throw her in the Hudson River," Lauer joked.nnAfter Lauer wrapped up the interview, Roker interjected with a rather awkward addition. Speaking of his "Today" show team, Roker said, "Which is different than in our tradition, which is to throw one of us under the bus. But that's another story." He then launched into the weather report.nnOuch! Could he be talking about a certain situation with a former co-host (Ann Curry)? Or is something else going on? Only Roker knows for sure. Less
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