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    Barack Obama The Antichrist

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    1. MABUS: Nostradamus named the Anti Christ as Mabus. Now try this on for size: OBAMA+BUSH=OBAMABUSH. Now look at the middle few letters of the word. MABUS 2. 2012: Nostradamus said that the world would end in 2012. If Obama wins the elections, he will be president till at least 2012. 3. Religion: Obama’s father was Muslim. His middle name is Hussein. 4. Iraq: Obama wants to pull out troops from Iraq. 5. He is Pro Abortion. 6. He wants to bring about peace in the middle east. It is stated that the Anti Christ will bring about peace in the middle east. 7. He will be a world leader. Barack Obama will be the leader of the most powerful country in the world if he is elected. 8. Obama advocates that people use contraception, this directly violates the bible.



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    East Coast Lighthouses 04

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    East Coast Lighthouses When I was a kid, east coast lighthouses used to be the highlight of every vacation. Nearly every single year, we would go to a different easy coast destination, exploring the sights and sounds of the area. We would take walks down by the docks, explore quaint little seaside towns, and even go sea kayaking out on the open ocean. My favorite part of the vacation, however, was walking out to the east coast lighthouses and checking them out. Lighthouses on the east coast are pretty well known all over the world to be some of the most beautiful there are. When I think of a classical lighthouse, the tall, spartan tower surrounded by rocks and wild water, I picture something that comes very close to the ones I used to see in Cape Cod, Bar Harbor, and towns like that along the east coast of the US. They really are well built tools to illuminate lonely and dangerous stretches of rocky coast. There is nothing quite like them. Nowadays, my busy schedule stops me from seeing all of the east coast lighthouses that I would like to see. As a matter of fact, I only am able to take a nice, long summer vacation about once every other year on average. I have to admit that I miss the east coast lighthouse walks that I used to take with my dad, and from time to time I catch myself gazing out of the window and just daydreaming about the vacations I used to take. Still, I do find little ways so enjoy the look of east coast lighthouses even if I can not go and see them in person. As I am writing this, there is actually an east coast lighthouse calendar up on my wall. There are quite a few that I have seen in it, of course, but also a number that I have not had that chance to look at yet. I also got a lighthouse jigsaw puzzle the other year from one of my nephews. I have received a lot of jigsaws over the year, but this one is the very first that I have actually liked. It is amazing what a difference it makes to get a puzzle based on one of your interests. I was almost disappointed when I had finished putting it together, to tell you the truth. Anyway, one way or another, I will find some way to keep myself busy until my next vacation.



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    Middle Eastern Cuisine

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    Middle eastern cuisine’ is a broad term that encompasses many different cooking styles from a number of different countries. Moroccan, Syrian, Greek, Arabian – the various cuisines of the middle east share a great deal – and have many differences. The food of the Middle East is a celebration of life. No matter which country, the staples are the fresh fruits and vegetables that grow in the hills. The spices and flavorings of Middle Eastern food are those that awaken the senses, sparkling against the thicker, richer tastes of the main ingredients. Mints, lemon, garlic, rosemary – all have a fresh, astringent quality that cleanses the palate and refreshes the taste buds. Throughout the region, the cuisine varies – but these things remain the same: fresh ingredients, astringent and piquant spices, olive oil, and little meat. Lebanese The tiny country – about the size of Connecticut – is nestled into the shores of the Mediterranean Sea, at the very crook of the fertile Crescent. Its contributions to the cuisine of the entire Middle Eastern region of the world are unmistakable. The flavors that spice the foods of all the surrounding lands can be found here in abundance – olive oil, lemon, garlic and mint. Lebanese cuisine features such staples as kibbeh (ground lamb with bulghur wheat) and tabouleh (parsley, mint and bulghur wheat salad). The food is simply prepared, with the flavors blending together into a complex medley of earthy, fruity tastes and scents. Syrian If Syria had contributed nothing else to the world cuisine but pita bread and hummus, it would still be worthy of note. There’s far more to the cuisine of this small Middle Eastern country, though. Baba ganoush (pureed eggplant), stuffed olives and figs, peppers in olive oil – Syrian food celebrates the fruits of the earth and blends them to bring out the textures and flavors in surprising ways. Shish kebab and rice pilaf are two of the more well known dishes, and while most people think of Greece when they hear baklava, the Syrian claim that it is based on their own dessert of batwala. Arabian The Bedouin of the desert once based their diets on dates and yoghurt with the occasional camel or goat to provide meat. Over the centuries, the nomadic tribes incorporated spices, meats and vegetables from other cultures into their cuisine. Today’s Arabian cuisine is a mingling of influences from India, Lebanon and further west. Lamb is the meat most often used in cooking, and it is prepared in a number of ways including shish kebab, spit roasted, or stewed. The cuisine relies heavily on mint, turmeric, saffron, garlic and sesame. Rice and kasha are the most commonly consumed grains, and the spicing is fresh and astringent – meant to awaken and refresh the palate rather than burn it out. Throughout the Mediterranean Middle East, the cultures and people have intermingled and carried with them their foods and traditions of eating. In no other place in the world can there be found a blending of cultures that has mingled so much – yet maintained such distinct, national flavors. Healthful, fresh, delicious and life enhancing, it’s little wonder that the cuisine of the Middle East is among the most popular with diners the world over.



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    Middle East To Be A Knowledge Hub

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    Dubai's ruler has recently made an announcement of donating $10bn for a newly formed education body. The idea behind this charity is to raise the standards of education and create more jobs for the Arab people. The foundation, called after the ruler's name, the Mohammed bin Rashid al Maktoum Foundation, is expected to work on human development in the Middle East. As per Sheikh's own words, Arabs needed to develop a "knowledge based society" to meet with the challenges of a new millennium. There is a growing fear across the Arab world that a lacking education and scientific research might adversely affect their economic growth. Despite having attained a fair deal of economic growth in the last few decades, the Arab world is still adamant in accepting the outside world's influences, which includes modern education and scientific knowhow. They may cooperate with the outside world for economic reasons, but wouldn't allow that association to grow any further. The prevalence of orthodox Islam makes it only difficult for them to have any significant exchanges with the outside world. As a result many look at modern education with a shade of suspicion. There is a growing sense among the more aware people however, that this attitude might be taking them towards a disaster. One can easily understand the reason of this growing concern by looking at the education scenario in the Arab world. While the rate of illiteracy among the Arab women is more than 40%, the quality of education for those who are literate is not very encouraging either. The number of books being published across the whole of Arab world is less than what Turkey does it alone. The knowledge gap of the Middle East from that of the developed Asia and West is mind boggling. There is no room for any complacency left anymore, and one required undertaking serious reforms in the area of modern education. As per Dubai's Sheikh himself, they could no longer ignore the significance of modern education, since much of the outside world was already leaps ahead in that sphere. The proposed foundation is expected to develop not only education, but also create more jobs. Most of the Arab world is experiencing a rapid population growth and requires generating 15 million jobs immediately. This deficit of jobs might rise up to 80 million by the year 2035. There was an urgent need for creating more awareness among the entrepreneurs therefore, and allow them to have better training. Growing infrastructure was already made the top priority by most Arab nations; however it might not help in the longer run, unless they had a strong workforce of ethnic Arabs ready to assume charge. Sheikh Mohammed, who is also known for his keen interest of racehorses, announced his latest charity plan at the World Economic Forum, organized recently in Jordan. It is being touted as one of the largest donations of its kind in the man’s history. One will have to wait to know now, how much this might help in developing the knowledge base of the Middle East.



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    Does Armageddon Have Anything To Do With Today

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    Popular culture enjoys different scenarios of the Armageddon catastrophe and there are many movies, songs and books written on the subject. People just love to speculate about how the world will end. Throughout the ages and even today there are all kinds of theories as to when it will happen. The bible has been subjected to many different interpretations in this regard. More so than any other issue, the end of times greatly disputed even within the same denominations. In Matthew chapter 25 Christ says that no one knows the hour or the day but the Father. While most still keep predicting in light of this verse all attempts to pinpoint the exact time and place are futile. There are many theories of global holocaust and many interesting ones claiming that this Armageddon will originate in the Middle East. It's worrying but the current political climate in the Middle East does look like it could escalate into something far worse in the future. But is there any evidence that the Bible has predicted this chain of events? The New Testament mentions Armageddon in Revelation 16:16. It is the final battle between the Antichrist and the King of Kings. The Armageddon is the symbol of the final victory of Christ. The word Armageddon is metaphorical. Its varying uses and interpretations give many fictional accounts of how this Armageddon might eventually happen. What about the much publicized fear of terrorist attacks in America? And how does the political climate in the Middle East If the political unrest continues as it is now things could very well escalate into this predicted Armageddon scenario but not “the Armageddon” as people have taken out of context. Is the Middle East the battleground where the end of times is going to play out? It's entirely possible say some analysts. It's a chilling thought to say the least but when you try to put an “end times,” twist from the Bible you have to refer back to the verse that says, no one knows of the time or hour. The Old Testament does speak to the issue of Armageddon too. In fact there is a wealth of information that can be gleaned from re reading the Old Testament in light of these ideas. The word Armageddon comes from the word Harmageddon which refers to the hill of Megiddo. This hill is famous for the bloody conflicts that took place their. Many scholars have devoted time to the study of this hill and its history. The hill of Megiddo is where the Canaanites were defeated by Deborah and Barak as mentioned in Judges 5:19. There are many less positive images that are associated with the hill of Megiddo. The actual location of Megiddo is said to be in Palestine. This area has been the scene of many battles since these biblical confrontations. The hill of Megiddo for many symbolizes hope for Christians in the first century who were suffering persecution under the hands of the Roman Empire. Hope that God would handle the enemies and do it quickly. To place a 21st century emphasis would demean what the entire book meant to the first century Christians. Know one can say assuredly what every symbol in the book of Revelation means. However we do know who it was written to and for what purpose. We can be safe in that Armageddon has nothing to do with a physical battle in the 21st century.



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    Choosing A Middle Name For Your Baby

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    What many parents seem to forget when naming a child is that they also must choose a middle name for their babies. This is a very important step in the process in which a child is named. A middle name not only adds to the personal identity of a person but it also gives them another term that people can refer to them as. This is highly useful when a person finds he or she has the same first name as someone else, as the middle name will almost assuredly be different. This article should help guide new parents into choosing the best middle name for their newborn child! To start out with, middle names can be the same as a father or mother’s name. While it is usually not a good idea to name a child the second in line of a name his or her father or mother had, it is a completely different story with middle names. Many cultures and religions only have middle names in which the parent’s name is used, so it is quite common to see this happen. This middle name, however, is not the best choice and should only be used if it is tradition or if there are really no better options available. Another way of choosing a middle name is by finding a close friend or relative and giving the child their first name as a middle name. Many times parents will use the godparent’s name as the middle name. It also makes sense to honor someone who has helped parents face and overcome struggles in life by naming a child, at least partially, after this person. And of course, if a close one has passed away recently then their first name is a good candidate for a middle name as well. For parents who want to name their child something extravagant or weird, like “Strawberry” or “Jelly,” it is harmful and a bad decision to do so with the first name. But, again, this unorthodox name can be used as a middle name. For starters, no one close to the child really has to know or refer to them by their middle name most of the time, making an embarrassing choice okay in this regard. And if a parent is just dead set on using a weird name, than it is of course better to use it as a middle name than a first name which identifies a child for life. Naming a child, first or middle, is a long process in which two parents, usually, debate amongst each other and swap ideas. Each name should be carefully thought out and planned for because a child is going to have to, unless he or she changes their name, live with these names for the rest of their lives. The middle name is an important addition to any person’s name and should not be pushed aside until the very end. It should get just as much consideration as the first name. And parents remember, the middle name is the one that you can have fun with!



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    Middle East Peace Is An Oxymoron

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    The phrase Middle East and the word peace are so contradictory that when put together they become an oxymoron. An oxymoron, as defined by the American Heritage Dictionary, is "a rhetorical figure in which incongruous or contradictory terms are combined". There are very few things in this world that are more contradictory than the words "Middle East peace." As long as there are Christians and Jews in this world, the fundamentalist Islamic Arabs will never allow peace. The Koran states, under 5:54, "O believers, take not Jews and Christians as friends; they are friends of each other. Those of you who make them his friends is one of them.", under 8:39, "Make war on them until idolatry is no more and Allah's religion reigns supreme.", under 9:123, "Believers: Make war on the infidels who dwell around you. Let them find harshness in you.", under 2:191, "Slay them wherever ye find them and drive them out of the places whence they drove you out.", Fighting is obligatory for you, much as you dislike it.". As long as there are Muslims that believe in these orders, there can not and will not be 'Middle East peace'. Even if the fundmentalist Islamics managed to destroy every Christian and Jew in the world, there would still not be peace in the Middle East. Islam has several sects, ie: Shia, Sunni, Sufi, Kahrijite, Wahhabi, Nizari (also known as "Assassins") and more. Many sects believe that followers of other sects are non believers because they follow the wrong sect. The only thing that keeps them from destroying each other is the old saying, 'an enemy of my enemy is my friend'. As long as there are Christians and Jews to hate, they will, pretty much, leave each other alone. Ever since the State Of Israel was recognized by the United Nations, the Arab countries have been trying to "push Israel into the sea". Many Arab leaders have publicly stated that "they will not be satisfied untill Israel no longer exists". Many Arab leaders openly support the Palestinian terrorists that use homicide bombers, car bombs and rockets to maim and kill innocent Jewish women and children. They even consider the killing of Westerners an added bonus. Since many fundamentalists believe that "unbelievers are enemies of Allah and they will roast in hell" and that "the idolators are unclean", they believe that 'unbelievers' and 'hypocrites' are less than human and that their lives are worthless. The fundamentalists believe that it is their duty to punish the unbelievers wherever they find them. I realize that not all Muslims are fundamentalists and that many Muslims would embrace peace. The problem is that the fundamentalists are so harsh and so ruthless that most peace seeking Muslims in the Arab world are afraid to cross them, afraid that they will be considered 'friends' of the unbelievers or 'hypocrites' and punished accordingly. Therefore, they keep quiet and the fundamentalists continue to rule the Arab world. The few Arabs that do attempt to stand up for true peace usually end up in prison or dead. Some Arab countries are considered to have secular governments, ie: Egypt, Saudi Arabia and Syria, and, as such, would presumably be free of fundamentalism interference. The fact is, none of these governments could stay in power without the assistance of, or at least the tacit approval of, the fundamentalists. Each of these countries is rife with fundamentalism, note all of the homicide bombers and terrorists that are exported from these countries. If the leaders of these countries did not have the approval of the fundamentalists, they would be assassinated and new leaders would be elected or installed. Saudi Arabia claims to be our friend and ally, yet many of their religious schools preach terrorism and a large number of terrorist leaders come from that country. Egypt has a signed peace accord with Israel, yet arms are smuggled in to the Palestinians every day from Egypt. Syria is the largest supporter of the Hezbollah group and is also one of the largest exporters of terrorists into Iraq. The United States has been trying to "win the hearts and minds" of the Arab people for decades. We provide aid in the form of money, we gave Arafat huge sums of money in order to 'help' the Palestinians and he kept most of it for himself, we gave Hussein money to help feed his people and he used it to line his pockets and to pay the families of homicide bombers and we give billions of dollars in aid to Egypt and although they talk peace they still support terrorism. We pour money by the bucket full into Iraq and they elect an Islamic based government instead of a secular government. In addition, we pressure Israel, our only true ally in the Middle East, to give up land and security in the name of peace, even though we know that the Islamic fundamentalists will never make peace with Israel. I may be wrong, but I don't believe that the fundamentalists will ever allow the United States to "win the hearts and minds" of the Arab people. We can and probably should make them fear us. We can't and won't make them love us. The fundamentalists will never allow their people to love us any more than they will allow 'Middle East peace'. It goes against their religious principles. They are fanatics and will fight to their last breath. As far as they are concerned if they die, fighting us, they will go to Paradise. If they live they can go on fighting the 'unbelievers' and 'hypocrites' thereby fulfilling Allah's wishes.



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    Ac Adaptors

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    When you are flying to another country or continent, you might require an ac adapter if you bring electrical items. If you do not have one, the electrical items you may bring will be useless. Why you might ask? Well because every country doesn’t have the same electrical outlet. It would be a good idea to know what kind of plug a country uses before going there to visit. In North, South America, Japan and some of the Caribbean use an ungrounded plug that has two flat prongs or a grounded plug that has an additional third prong. Most of Europe, the Middle East, Asia, Africa and other parts of the Caribbean use a plug with rounded prongs. In order to use a device from another country in an electric outlet you will need an ac adapter. There are many kinds of power adapters that you might need. Most electrical adapters come in a both grounded and ungrounded versions but some countries only use three pronged plugs so the only travel adapter listed will be a grounded adapter. Australia, New Zealand, Fiji and China use a slanted two prong adapter. Great Britain, Ireland, Africa, Hong Kong and Singapore use a three prong plug, with two flat prongs in line and one perpendicular. Some places in Asia, the Middle East, Africa, Central America and the Caribbean use a grounded adapter. Italy uses electrical outlet with 3 rounded in line prongs. So you can always find out what kind of plugs is used when you’re traveling to another country. Or an easier way could be to have an ac adapter when your traveling it will save you much grief and money. If you’ve invested in an ac adapter you wouldn’t have to keep buying new electrical products when you travel to another country.



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    East Tawas Vacation Lodgings

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    Lake Huron is a popular vacation spot, particularly Tawas Bay. East Tawas vacation lodgings are plentiful and a great way to enjoy the area. East Tawas Vacation Lodgings East Tawas is located in the Tawas Bay area of Michigan. This area is included in the section of Michigan known as the Sunrise Side, and East Tawas is a great place to stay if you want to explore the Sunrise Side region. There are many attractions located in the vicinity of East Tawas that are great for a family vacation, and this area is a favorite family destination for visitors from all over the United States. East Tawas's main draws are the beautiful Tawas Bay, which is located on Lake Huron, and the Tawas Bay Lighthouse, a historic building in use since 1876. This 200,000 candlepower lighthouse has a beacon that can be seen for 16 miles out on Lake Huron. The Tawas Bay has many different beaches where you can relax, swim, boat and hike, as well as being a major point of bird migration, perfect for bird watchers. There are several different East Tawas vacation lodgings you can stay at while on your vacation to Tawas Bay, and there are different styles of accommodations to suit different tastes. The Bayview Resort, located right next to East Tawas in Tawas City, Michigan, has cabins available for rent in several sizes (studio, one bedroom and two bedroom), and also offers amenities that are great for a family stay. All cabins have full kitchens, TVs, charcoal grills and other items to make your stay comfortable, and the property also has a playground for children. If you'd prefer one of the East Tawas vacation lodgings that are a bit homier, try the East Tawas Junction Bed and Breakfast. This quaint non smoking bread and breakfast offers five guest rooms, all equipped with private baths and air conditioning. Included in your room rate is a bountiful breakfast, which can even be brought to your room upon special request! For those who prefer the privacy of a cottage atmosphere, but with the amenities of a bed and breakfast, the Chickadee Guest House is available for rent if you are looking to have an extended visit. East Tawas vacation lodgings are a perfect place to have that family vacation, or even a romantic getaway. With many different vacation lodgings and styles of accommodations to choose from, there is a suitable place for any vacationer in this Lake Huron Midwest paradise. Tawas Bay is a different and less crowded choice for anyone looking to get away from it all.



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    Everything You Need To Know About The Bahrain International Airport

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    Everything You Need to Know About the Bahrain International Airport When many Americans travel overseas, they go to popular vacation destinations. Many of those destinations include Paris, Tokyo, and London. As nice as these places are to visit, there are many other areas of the world that are popular to vacation at. One of those areas includes the Middle East. If you are interested in visiting Bahrain, namely the Manama area, you will find beautiful resorts, amazing shopping centers, and just about anything else that you are looking for. If you make the decision to visit that area of the Middle East, you will likely fly into the Bahrain International Airport. The Bahrain International Airport is serviced by over thirty different airlines. Some of those airlines include British Airways, Egypt Air, Gulf Air, and Mahan Air. Unfortunately, you will find that it is almost impossible to get a flight from the United States to this popular Middle East airport. That does not mean that you will not be able to visit the area, it just means that you will have to find a connecting flight at another international airport. Since you will still be arriving and maybe even taking off from the Bahrain International Airport it is advised that you familiarize yourself with the airport and everything that it has to offer. When traveling to another country, you will need to exchange your money for currencies that are accepted. As soon as you arrive at the Bahrain International Airport, you should be able to do this. There are numerous money exchange centers, as well as full service banks, and ATM machines. All of these financial establishments or machines are scattered throughout the airport; therefore, whether you are coming or going, you should be able to exchange money or withdraw money from your account. Although the air travel rules for Bahrain International Airport are difficult to find and learn about, it doesn’t necessarily mean that they do not exist. As with air travel in most other countries, you will find that you are prohibited from bring dangerous and explosive materials aboard an airplane. You will also need to take into account the country in which you are coming from or going to. For example, like the United States, the United Kingdom also has a carryon ban on all liquids. This means that if you are coming to Bahrain International Airport from there, you will likely be prohibited from bring a beverage onboard, as well as other liquid beauty supplies or large amounts of liquid medication. The Bahrain International Airport is well known for the services and features that it provides travelers with, many of which were mentioned above, but there one thing that the Bahrain International Airport offers that is unique, especially when compared to other international airports. That feature is premium check in. Premium check in is available to all premium class passengers, which is sort of like being a first class passenger in the United States. Premium class passengers are checked in a peaceful space that is away from the rest of the airport. If you are able to afford a premium class ticket, you are advised to do so; the experience is one that you will likely never forget. If you would like more information on the Bahrain International Airport, as well as free online travel brochures, you are advised to visit . bahrainairport. com. That is the official online website, readable in English, for the Bahrain International Airport. PPPPP Word Count 568



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    Why Is Dubai Swarmed By Celebrities

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    If you looked on the various news headlines emerging from the Middle East, you will notice a substantial shift taking place in the manner they have been reporting about this region as a whole. From various military coups to the stories of political vendetta; from gun totting hostage takers to the unnerving interpretation of Islam; and from the so called lack of democratization to the non existent human rights, the Middle East has always had to bear the brunt of hostile news reporting. But, the emerging trade and commerce and tourism activities in Dubai are fundamentally changing this long held stereotyped interpretation of the Muslim world now. Don't be surprised therefore, if the British footballer David Beckham and the Spice Girl Victoria are seen walking out of one of its famous five star hotels, or if the reigning formula one champion Michael Schumacher is spotted unwinding somewhere on its breathtaking shorelines. You will also come to notice some very famous names from the corporate world making regular rounds of this famous city. From top cine stars to sports celebrities and from the multi billion empire holders to the average holiday making freaks, all are increasingly being seen on Dubai's soil these days. This in itself, speaks a lot of how dramatically the world's vision of the Middle East has transformed. The next round of Dubai Tennis Championships to be held in February and March 2007 will be another treat for the tennis lovers and the media managers both. Names like the William sisters Serena and Venus and Andre Agassi have played on this venue and enthralled the audiences in the recent past. Equally reported have had been the events like a friendly match organized between Andre Agassi and Roger Federer on the helipad of Burj Al Arab hotel. Tennis balls kept falling down inside the Arabian sea as the two players proceeded with some of their favourite strokes. Not too behind was Tiger Woods who made use of the same helipad for his golf practice. Woods was in Dubai to take part in the Dubai Desert Classic and couldn't resist the temptation of practicing on such a breathtaking height. If the celebrity spotting has become one of the new trends in Dubai's social life, then so is the emerging competition among the hotel owners for making the best out of this pulsating market. They are making all efforts, like building of more niche hotels, to cap this upscale clientele. This means exclusively targeting the business travellers and the multimillionaires from across the globe. Apart from Dubai, Lebanon and Sharm El Sheikh in Egypt have also been trying to raise their stakes. However, the former is well ahead in the race involving these three. Dubai's desire of opening its borers to the outside world has been well received and reciprocated by the latter. As a result we are witnessing the very fundamental image of the Middle East taking a new turn in the global environment. By allowing so many expatriates on its soil, Dubai has made its friendly intentions clear. Expatriates will continue on playing a crucial role in the local economy, hence making the exchange of the Arabian peninsula with the outside world stronger. It speaks of a pleasing scenario, which will continue to get on more shades with each passing day.



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    Budapest And The Hungarians

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    Budapest is located in Middle Eastern Europe and it surrounded by Austria, Slovakia, Ukraine, Romania, Yugoslavia, Croatia and Slovenia. Budapest is the capital city of Hungary. Hungary is frequented visited by US tourists and. This is a friendly city with about 2 million citizen. Budapest is split right through by the great River Danube, like a hyphen in the city’s very name. Just as a Danube divides Europe into East and West, so it divides this city’s west bank Buda district from the east bank district of Pest. East and west, the city has been tugged in both directions for almost its entire history. Budapest is the largest city in Central Europe, Budapest is also one of its loveliest, hugging the curve of a wide band in the Danube. Along the west bank, the city climbs quickly up to Castle Hill, site of the former Royal Palace and the medieval village of Buda. On a flat, low lying plain across the river is Pest, the modern administrative and commercial hub of Budapest. An admirable example of town planning, the so called Inner City is distinguished by board, leafy boulevards, continental cafes and handsome baroque, neo classical and novo buildings. The city’s grand look, fin de siecle look has prompted many to call Budapest “the Paris of the East.” The point where the two sides face each other, across the Danube is what defines Budapest best. Lining the left bank of Pest is the palatial neo Gothic Parliament building a whole city block of white spires, topped by a neo Renaissance red dome. Just as famous is the 19th century Chain Bridge regally guarded by four stone lions and linking (along with seven other bridges) the two banks of the city. For photos about Hungarian Parliament and Chain bridge and other interesting places in Budapest you can visit my Budapest Photo blog.



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