Barenboim’s First Visit to Egypt: Part 3F

🙂 Dear-Arab-Readers > Section: Egypt-Normalization > Barenboim’s First Visit to Egypt on April 16, 2009
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APRIL 20 – JUNE 8, 2009 (But this part is keep going…)

This is Monday morning. I am just so sick of this computer work, so tired that I don’t want to wake up every Monday morning. Last night, I couldn’t sleep well while thinking of Barenboim’s Divan-Project 2009 and I was tired to death… until I found additional answers from Egypt. And I keep making new collections.

(Updated on APRIL 21, 2009)
Please… I promise that this is my LAST message during Barenboim’s Cairo-Scandal!!!
(Please click Barenboim’s First Visit to Egypt: Part 3A & Part 3B & Part 3C & Part 3D & Part 3E to read the entire text until JUNE 8, 2009.)

(Updated on MAY 27, 2009 until Present)
Gosh… since everybody wants to be honored in my blog… I have to update this part everyday.

AS USUAL, ALL THESE AND THOSE STORIES END WITH AND Jerusalem International Chamber Music Festival

Likud: ‘Poll proves Obama must change stance’ Jun 21, 2009
‘Jerusalem Post’/Smith Poll: Only 6% of Israelis see US gov’t as pro-Israel Jun 21, 2009
FM: Settlements not obstacle to peace Jun 21, 2009
Lieberman: Israel and US agree on 19 of 20 topics Jun 21, 2009
Lieberman: Palestinians use settlements as an excuse Jun 20, 2009
Lieberman: Palestinians using settlements to avoid peace Jun 20, 2009
In New York, foreign minister reiterates Israeli willingness to start talks without preconditions, says gov’t working to resolve differences with US.
Lieberman to Clinton: No settlement freeze
Livni: Annapolis process should be continued Jun 19, 2009
Mubarak: Determine Palestine’s borders. “A historic settlement is within reach.” Jun 20, 2009
Mubarak: Obama has put Arab-Israeli peace within reach Jun 20, 2009
Egypt president writes in Wall Street Journal he is ready to sieze moment, sure rest of Arab world is too.

Yossi Sarid / Netanyahu’s acceptance of my ideas only made me angrier Jun 20, 2009
According to Netanyahu’s speech we’ll continue to bray and drink, drink and bray, for at least another 40 years.
Nehemia Shtrasler: Our new, uneconomic Netanyahu Jun 20, 2009
Yoel Marcus: Six comments on the situation Jun 20, 2009
Red Cross to Hamas: Let us visit Schalit Jun 19, 2009
Lieberman has a vision for first stage of peace talks Jun 19, 2009
Israel to Arab states: Press PA to resume peace negotiations Jun 19, 2009
Arab world sees settlement row as test of Obama’s credibility Jun 19, 2009
Netanyahu’s readiness to accept two-state solution won’t budge Obama from his position on settlements.

MKs worried that security forces are ill-prepared to deal with removing children from outposts Jun 18, 2009
Senior police officer: Settlers using children to make evacuations more difficult for police.
PM faces rebellion from Likud activists Jun 17, 2009
“Netanyahu does not have a mandate to create a Palestinian state, or a demilitarized state, or whatever he wants to call it,” said veteran Likud central committee member, who heads the Likud’s Petah Tikva branch, which is the party’s largest. (…) On the settlement issue, 58% said they opposed Obama’s call for a settlement freeze, including natural growth. Thirty percent supported it and 12% did not know. Asked whether they believed it was possible to reach a peace agreement with the Palestinians, 64% of respondents said they did not, 29% said said they did, and 8% said they did not know.
(JIWON: This guy doesn’t remember what he did as PoeB? No need to feel sorry. This Likudnik is right. Bibi has NO mandate on whatsoever…
Israel Beiteinu divided over Netanyahu plan Jun 17, 2009
Lieberman to Clinton: Israel won’t freeze settlements Jun 18, 2009
Hamas rejects Carter plea to recognize Israel Jun 17, 2009
PA negotiator: Pick up peace talks where Olmert left off Jun 17, 2009
Olmert: I didn’t accept right of return Jun 17, 2009

Right-wing group plans 30 new outposts June 16, 2009
The Land of Israel Faithful organization says this is its response to Netanyahu’s speech.
David Grossman / Netanyahu’s message is there will be no peace here June 16, 2009
In the Bar-Ilan speech, Israelis heard there will be no peace here, unless it is forced upon us.
‘Speech improved diplomatic standing’ June 16, 2009 (Is it true? I’ve never heard of more stupid speech than this one. How come…
Haniyeh tells Carter: We’re ready for state in 1967 borders June 16, 2009
‘Hamas thwarts Carter assassination’ June 16, 2009

International FOLKS: Netanyahu speech is “step in the right direction” Jun 15, 2009
Right-wing activists intend to build 30 new outposts in West Bank Jun 15, 2009
Analysis: Settlement growth is not just baby talk Jun 15, 2009
Gov’t source: U.S. ready to be flexible on settlement freeze Jun 15, 2009
Shaul Arieli: PM said Palestinian state, but did he mean it? Jun 15, 2009
Demilitarized Palestine? Just sign this non-aggression pact first Jun 15, 2009

Hamas political chief: Israeli settlement freeze essential June 10, 2009
Fight over judicial panel inflames tensions in Knesset June 10, 2009
Elkin: Livni acting worse than Hizbullah in defeat.
Analysis: Solid bloc of 4 right-wing politicians may not be so solid June 9, 2009
Likud MKs: Endorsing 2 states won’t topple PM June 9, 2009
Analyst: Hamas knew about Gaza attack June 9, 2009

Full text of Binyamin Netanyahu’s Bar Ilan speech Jun 14, 2009
ANALYSIS / Netanyahu speech: Soft words and hardline positions Jun 15, 2009
Netanyahu wants demilitarized PA state Jun 15, 2009
PA: Netanyahu has buried peace process Jun 15, 2009
Hamas: Netanyahu speech ‘racist’ bid to deny Palestinian rights Jun 15, 2009
Zeev Segal: Judges from left to right Jun 15, 2009
Sa’ar Bill

Obama ‘shocked and saddened’ by Holocaust Museum attack in Washington Jun 11, 2009
Netanyahu’s speech: Yes to road map, no to settlement freeze Jun 11, 2009
Obama to Mubarak: Netanyahu fears peace moves will ruin coalition Jun 11, 2009
Arab sources: Mubarak unimpressed by message, retorted that Netanyahu chose to form a rightist coalition.
Erekat: Palestinians in position of strength for first time Jun 11, 2009
The Palestinian sources say Abbas made it clear that the PA would not resume final-status talks until Israel accepted the principle of a two-state solution, and until Israel imposed a total freeze on settlements.
‘Gaza crossings tied to Schalit deal’
Supreme Court chief: Why won’t state demolish illegal outposts? Jun 10, 2009
(…) The state prosecutor’s office responded to Beinisch’s criticism by saying that the government was working according to the priorities set forth by Defense Minister Ehud Barak. (…) ANALYSIS / Evacuating outposts is easiest gesture (May 22, 2009)
Talkback 8
2. How long will Dorit Beinisch remain at her post? 19:25 / redbourn – 10/06/09 3. better yet why do they allow them to rebuild? 19:50 / jim the mechanic 5. “racist policy as it targets only settlers” 19:56 / fritz t.
8. The Chief Justice doesn`t get it 20:37 / Mark Lincoln

Egypt to fund translations of Israeli authors Amos Oz, David Grossman Jun 12, 2009

J Street blasts ‘distorted’ poll that says Israelis against settlement freeze Jun 13, 2009
Poll: 56% of Israelis back settlement construction Jun 12, 2009
Poll conducted ahead of Netanyahu policy address finds most Israelis want to reject U.S. demands.
Mitchell (ME envoy) in Beirut: ‘Palestinian state as soon as possible’ Jun 13, 2009
U.S.: Netanyahu policy speech not adequate Jun 13, 2009
Likud MKs: Leave 2 states out of speech Jun 11, 2009
‘PM’s speech unlikely to satisfy Obama’ Jun 11, 2009
Mideast analyst Zubida: Netanyahu won’t please Obama without ceding settlements Jun 11, 2009
PM Bibi’s speech at Bar-Ilan Univ.: Likud can go left, keep coalition Jun 12, 2009
Likud said a call to Kadima to join would only be intended to cause tension inside Kadima that they hope could lead to an eventual split in the party.
(…) A leftward shift would have the opposite affect inside Netanyahu’s Likud faction, where 20 MKs have come out against a Palestinian state. The leading opponent of a Palestinian state said he did not believe that Netanyahu would call for the formation of such a state at Bar-Ilan University. He said the current situation was different than what happened with former PM Arik, because leftist Likud MKs left to Kadima, Netanyahu’s background was different than Sharon’s and because of the bad experiences of the Gaza Strip withdrawal.


AS USUAL, ALL THESE AND THOSE STORIES END WITH AND Jerusalem International Chamber Music Festival

Hamas, Fatah discuss joint Gaza force May 18, 2009 / By Jerusalem Post
Mashaal reportedly fires deputy Hamas leader May 19, 2009 / By Jerusalem Post
Hamas and Fatah to boycott Abbas’ new government, each for its own reasons May 20, 2009 / By Jerusalem Post
ANALYSIS / The distance between the West Bank and Gaza is growing May 20, 2009 / By Jerusalem Post

2. Jerusalem International Chamber Music Festival
PM Bibi refused to make any commitments (settlements) during his USA trip May 20, 2009 / By Jerusalem Post
Aluf Benn: For Netanyahu, settlements are harder than Palestinian state May 20, 2009 / By Haaretz
Netanyahu: Jerusalem will never be divided May 21, 2009 / By Jerusalem Post
Most of Jerusalem’s non-Jewish children below poverty line May 20, 2009 / By Jerusalem Post
Jewish schools beg for teachers, while 8,000 Arab teachers beg for jobs May 21, 2009 / By Haaretz


Haaretz poll: Netanyahu just as bad as Olmert, if not worse May 15, 2009 / By Haaretz
Lieberman and Barak aren’t that different, officials claim Apr 24, 2009 / By Jerusalem Post
Israel rebuffs U.S. call for TOTAL settlement freeze May 28, 2009 / By Haaretz
WATCH: Leftists clash with settlers at illegal outpost May 9, 2009 / By Haaretz

Financial crisis reveals the true ugliness of the Israeli system May 20, 2009 / By Haaretz
Zubin Mehta: In Israel, Money is endless. I have a list of people who can pay for ‘Renovation.’ Oct 23, 2008 / By Haaretz
Most of Jerusalem’s non-Jewish children below poverty line May 20, 2009 / By Haaretz
(…) at the end of 2008, over one third of Jerusalem’s families live below the poverty line (…) Arab population continues to grow at a faster rate than the Jewish population (…) Among children, 48% of Jews and 74% of non-Jews are defined as poor. (…)

80% of Israelis and Palestinians support two-state solution Apr 22, 2009 / By Jerusalem Post
But it found that Israelis and Palestinians still disagree on JERUSALEM and the holy places, the Palestinian refugee and other national issues. 77% of Israelis were against any partition of JERUSALEM and BOTH SIDES converged mostly in their vehement opposition to declaring it an international city. While almost all Palestinians polled cited the establishment of an independent state as their top priority, this was only 11th on the priority list with Israelis. Conversely, the security of Israeli residents was highly important with Israelis but only 12th on the Palestinians’ priority list.
Talkbacks for this article: 73
67. poll is skewed / Ricardo – USA (04/23/2009 05:00)
59. More Leftist subversion / Frank – Canada (04/23/2009 03:23)

Researchers: Jerusalem will lose Jewish majority by 2035 May 22, 2009


🙂 From my previous writing, Barenboim’s First Visit to Egypt: Part 3B
JIWON: Why do you think I keep calling them, Hamas & Fatah, Dragon’s Germini (b. May 28)? How many categories exist in Wikipedia-Category: Palestine stubs? Yet there is absolutely NO way to find Wikipedia-Category: Palestinian Corruption. There should be one.
MOREOVER, after organizing Hamas during the Operation Cast Lead and additional articles about their accusing ‘Former Hamas Representative’ for financial corruption, I start suspecting if there is also Corruption inside Hamas. I’m even suspecting if Hamas-side Corruption is more systematic… just like that of Dorit Beinisch’s Secret Society in Israel. (Please check Section: Cancer-Dorit-Beinisch.) I can’t help suspecting.
MORE… MOREOVER, recent happenings in Hamas-controlled area simply tell me that Hamas leadership is getting OLD enough to follow in the footsteps of Fatah. It means that Another-Hamas will be born in the same area the moment Hamas joins the Palestinian Unity Government. THIS will be led by more radical, younger, ‘UNEDUCATED’, and political terrorist leadership.
What are you going to do on this issue? I am speechless, TOO, whenever I think of those Jewish Pigs’ unilateral declaration that they only and forever reject Hamas. Simply, Hamas has been following in the footsteps of Fatah. Therefore, it was a good excuse for those ‘Pigs & Monkeys & Snakes & Chameleons & Old-Same-Bullsh*ts’ in Israel whenever they didn’t want to sit on the negotiation table.

Fear causes Abbas to delay new gov’t May 15, 2009 / By Jerusalem Post
Fatah representatives said this week that it was “inconceivable” that the ruling and largest Palestinian faction should not be represented in any PA government. They are also upset with Fayad for denying them and their faction access to public funds. (…) The Fatah legislators, backed by other officials from the faction, are now demanding that Abbas replace Fayad with a prime minister from Fatah. (…) Abbas’s rivals in Fatah said they were opposed to holding the conference in the West Bank because Israel would almost certainly ban many delegates living in the Arab world from entering the PA territories. Most of the Fatah leaders living abroad, such as Farouk Qadoumi and Maher Abu Ghnaim, belong to the hard-line camp in the faction which opposes the Oslo Accords and any form of normalization with Israel.

Ahmed Qureia (Abu Ala – Fatah): What the hell BIBI is talking about? May 26, 2009 / By Haaretz
(…) Bibi proposes an economic peace. I don’t understand what that means for people who live under occupation. (…) Bibi to start the negotiations from the beginning? It’s a waste of time. (…) Bibi’s demand that we recognize Israel as a Jewish state? None of our business. Call your state whatever you wish – democratic or non-democratic, Jewish or non-Jewish. (…) I believe that if Olmert and Livni would have stayed in office, we would have reached an agreement before the end of 2009. Without external support, the parties will find it difficult to reach an understanding on the border issue. I know how difficult the refugee issue is for you – and for us. JERUSALEM IS A MAJOR OBSTACLE. (…) war between [Fatah’s] young and old guard? The impression that there are differences between the veterans and the young generation is artificial. It is an invention of Fatah’s rivals, spread by external elements. During the past year, Fatah went through an extensive reform. (…)
( JIWON: Since I didn’t like its original title, I changed it. Then Haaretz also didn’t like it. Whose idea is better? PA: Settlers can become Palestinian citizens)

Hamas reiterates its refusal to recognize Israel May 17, 2009 / By Jerusalem Post
“The demands of the Quartet and the US are totally unacceptable,” Hamas-Barhoum said, noting that Hamas’s position in this regard remained unchanged. “We are prepared to discuss with Fatah all the options except for these demands.” In addition, Hamas and Fatah have been unable to reach agreement over issues such as the reformation of the PLO, the reconstruction of the Palestinian security forces, and the timing and nature of new presidential and parliamentary elections in the West Bank and Gaza Strip. “The gap between the two sides remains very wide,” said an Egyptian diplomat (…) “We are only acting as mediators and facilitators,” he explained. “We’re not asking any of the parties to change their ideologies or strategies.”


WATCH: Palestinian official says two-state solution will destroy Israel May 25, 2009 / By Haaretz
NGO (Israeli media watchdog group): PA lying about Jews’ ties to J’lem May 22, 2009 / By Jerusalem Post

THIS IS CALLED THEIR BUSINESS. It looks serious, though… Why don’t we call it MIGRAINE 2?

Aluf Benn: Jerusalem and Tehran / Netanyahu is preparing the people May 26, 2009 / By Haaretz
(…) A WAR WITH IRAN IS NOT INEVITABLE. But the prime minister took another step yesterday toward preparing the general public for the possibility that it might break out. PM Bibi: ‘If Israel doesn’t remove Iranian threat, no one will’

Clinton: We are preparing specific proposals for ME peace May 28, 2009 / By Jerusalem Post
US secretary of state says White House against all W. Bank building, including for natural growth, notes Obama made position clear to Netanyahu.

Aluf Benn: For Netanyahu, settlements are harder than Palestinian state May 20, 2009 / By Haaretz
(…) Even the most leftist governments have never declared a settlement freeze. Sharon didn’t either, even though he actually evacuated settlements from Gaza. So how can one expect the Netanyahu government, of all governments, to generously offer to satisfy the United States on this issue? The Yesha Council of settlements has already launched a campaign demanding that Netanyahu (…)

Kadima forms ‘shadow government’ May 26, 2009 / By Jerusalem Post


06:59 Israel bars entry of clothes, musical instruments to Gaza (Haaretz) May 18, 2009 / By Haaretz Flash News
Israeli police shut Palestinian literature festival in East Jerusalem May 29, 2009 / By Haaretz

🙂 From my previous writing, Barenboim’s First Visit to Egypt: Part 3B
JIWON: (…) Both you and I are in the same boat, which have been drift for YEARS in the ocean of Palestinian Unity Government. WE belong neither to Israel nor to Palestine. I’m just SICK of reading the same article again and again… especially about Hamas’s terrorism. What about you? (…)

🙂 From Welcome-to-Jerusalem > Section: After Gaza Truce
JANUARY 29, 2009
DEAR GUYS, (Israel, Palestine, EU, etc… & ARAB countries)

JIWON: As I wrote before, EVERYBODY will share the SAME information. (…) What will happen if Hamas violates cease fire truce again? How many Palestinian civilians will suffer again? After Gaza Truce happened on Jun 19, 2008. It will happen sometime soon. It will happen in West Bank too. (…) Do you have a better idea? I just hope…
NEW PART, Strategy & Tactics
Strategy: Nonviolent Palestinian demonstration as blackout hits Gaza (Nov 11, 2008) (JIWON: I prefer this title to Olmert: Israel won’t reconcile with Gaza rocket fire (Nov 14, 2008). Hamas will never give up and then it’s even threatened by young, more radical sub-groups.)
Tactics 1: UN’s Ban, EU call on Israel to open Gaza’s border crossings (Nov 15, 2008) (Notice: Daniel Barenboim is now 2008-1942 years old.)
Tactics 2: Ramon+Friedmann: Shell ‘launch pad’ Gaza villages (Nov 11, 2008).
(…) Tactics 5: BIBI’s Voodoo dolls for Palestinian kids (Timeless)
(…) Can’t-be-Tactics 1: Likud MK: Resume targeted assassinations of terror group heads (Nov 14, 2008) (Whenever I read Likud MK’s big-mouth, I just can’t help doubting their (collective) IQ. Sigh… especially when they resume this job after reading my report. See, one brilliant Talkbacker already answered WHY this can’t work.)

Hamas thwarting terror against Israel to please Egypt May 21, 2009 / By Haaretz
‘Egypt taking positive steps to halt smuggling’ Jun 1, 2009 / By Jerusalem Post
Poll: Most Palestinians think Hamas-Fatah unity would help peace efforts May 28, 2009 / By Haaretz

Amnesty: Israel guilty in truce collapse May 29, 2009 / By Jerusalem Post
(…) The London-based organization accuses Israel of breaking the six-month cease-fire on November 4, 2008, when “Israeli forces killed six Palestinian militants.” (…)
(JIWON: I know this. This is one of British Pigs’ Journalism, which pissed me off. They wrote this kind of stuff in the name of Barenboim. By then, I was too tired to report it to both sides. This Haaretz-article, Amnesty: Israel repeatedly breached rules of war in Gaza, still sounds OK. They can say ANYTHING… except this one. Hamas is the one who first violated TRUCE. I know it.)

Beinisch’s Gideon Sa’ar: I’m Likud No.2. I’m vocally oppose the PA state May 18, 2009 / By Jerusalem Post
Beinisch’s Bennie Begin: I joined Bibi’s Likud only to protect Dorit Beinisch. Why should I support establishing the PA state? May 18, 2009 / By Jerusalem Post

Obama: We must get Israel-Palestinian peace moves ‘back on track’ May 29, 2009 / By Haaretz
(…) Obama made clear that he would continue to push Netanyahu, who has expressed his resistance to call for a total freeze on settlement construction in the West Bank. Obama said he’s confident that, if Israel looks at its long-term interests, it will realize the two-state solution is in the interests of the Israelis as well as the Palestinians. “I’m a strong believer in a two-state solution,” he said.
(…) Abbas is working to repackage the 2002 Saudi Arabian plan that calls for Israel to give up land seized in the 1967 Six-Day War in exchange for normalized relations with the Arab world. (…) Obama told Abbas the Palestinians must find a way to halt the incitement of anti-Israeli sentiments that are sometimes expressed in schools, mosques and public arenas. “All those things are impediments to peace,” Obama said.
More than 120 settlements dot the West Bank, and Palestinian officials say their growth makes it increasingly impossible to realize an independent state. More than 280,000 Israelis live in the settlements, in addition to more than 2 million Palestinians in the West Bank. An additional 180,000 Israelis live in EAST JERUSALEM, where the Palestinians hope to establish their capital. (…)

Arab League Chief: Settlements make two-states impossible May 29, 2009 / By Haaretz
Arab League Chief: Halt ALL settlement construction May 29, 2009 / By Jerusalem Post
(JIWON: WOW! I didn’t know that this Egyptian Politician, who now regrets having refused to join Barenboim’s Cairo-Scandal, is also a Chief of Arafat Foundation. Arab League head elected as chief of new launched Arafat Foundation (Feb 26, 2008) But then, how come I can find NO information about this ‘PALESTINIAN’ organization? Hum….)

Obama’s plan: Palestinian State with east Jerusalem as capital May 21, 2009 / By Jerusalem Post
US: J’lem’s status open to discussion May 25, 2009 / By Jerusalem Post

🙂 From Dear-Arab-Readers > Dear Arab Readers: LAST of All
1. JIWON: Nationalist-Government is My Most Favorite. WHY is it a bad idea? It should be good for Israel!!! (May 31, 2008 to Present)
2. JIWON: Weirdly, I agree with Likud on this subject. *.* (Jun 24, 2008 to Present)
3. JIWON: Since I am presently mad at President Peres, I can’t post this one. ^.*
4. Video: IN DEFENSE OF JERUSALEM (Jun 16, 2008): Prof. Mordechai Kedar of the Arab Studies Department in Bar-Ilan University comes to the defense of Jerusalem in stormy al-Jazeera debate. (JIWON: There are more, of course. Please check my Knesset-blog.)

So far, I was able to research Music in Jordan after some work on Music in Qatar.
Unlike other Arab countries, Jordan is considered to be pro-Israel, then I couldn’t believe my eyes while checking various websites, which are merely part of CULTURE in JORDAN. What an ANTI-SEMITIC atmosphere in Arab world.

What’s more, I was surprised to find what an issue it was; JERUSALEM AS ARAB CAPITAL


We just raise issues so that ALL the participants in the international community can hear VOICES from both sides, Israel and Palestine, and discuss about the issue, whatever it is.

I really hope HAMAS KIDS to join Barenboim’s DIVAN-workshop. My only concern is their safety. I worry, because I know those f*cking international media will NEVER give up. Birzeit University, which is the principal school of Edward Said National Conservatory of Music, is known for Palestinian Brain. According to my latest observance, HAMAS KIDS won the school election. I think it was couple of years ago and there has been no updated-report since then… despite my daily check-up. Just in case, Hamas won more than 65.2 percent of the vote in the Palestinian parliamentary elections in 2006.

Please check
🙂 From Section: Germany-Heldentenor > JIWON: Dear Berlin Mayor and President of Supreme Court of Israel Apr 22 – May 15, 2008
P.S.: Dear president of Bir Zeit University,
Bashkirova hurried to go to Canada after reading my Barenboim-message. Something comical will happen in Canadian music society, and it will happen real soon. (…) For the first time in her life, this b*tch will help Barenboim’s pro-career both in Canada and Germany. I just hope to find terrific comments from forumites, who happened to attend this concert, especially from Jewish souls, who still remember du Pre’s real music, still miss her Jewish heart, and wanted to honor this British musician with a Wolf Prize instead of Jewish Barenboim. Those are your real friends.
Now that it is clear how Bashkirova’s Spanish company has been abusing government fund… Don’t you think Beinisch taught this b*tch everything? Please look at the list of Beinisch’s sponsors. Bashkirova used to insist that all the participants have come to Jerusalem for nothing. Beinisch may be going through Israeli legal system, but what about Bashkirova in Spain?
However, this is not the reason of my writing today. There were things I missed in my previous mail to your Mideast friends and you.
When I decided to directly contact your Mideast friends, I was so tired that I wanted to die. Then, you know what happened to me. But even before this happening, there was one thing I was sure of the Middle East. In America, I was happy to find my favorite pop-channel elsewhere I went, and still have a problem to find one in my birthplace. AFKN (American Forces Korean Network) doesn’t work, either. I prefer its AM-radio… Then one day, I was searching for the internet radio and found one. It was for the Mideast listeners. Soon, I became too busy to remember its address. I wanted to report this to you.
Secondly, (…)

🙂 From my previous writing, Barenboim’s First Visit to Egypt: Part 3B
(Updated on MAY 9, 2009)
Friendly Fire May 8, 2009 / By Al-Ahram Weekly (Perhaps-Mubarak-Is-Right-Newspaper), Salama A Salama
Farouk Hosni, our minister of culture bla-bla-bla… Whatsoever Barenboim bla-bla-bla… (JIWON: Absolutely None of My Business. PERIOD)
We Wanna Sleep… May 8, 2009 / By Alwafd (Anything-Mubarak-Is-Impotent-Newspaper), FOLKS (Google-Translation)
Radio: Song & Song in the middle of the night… ‘Iaurdp love net’, ‘Voice of the Arabs’, ‘Love’, ‘First love’, ‘First whisper’…


SONG: FOR THE PEACE OF ALL MANKIND written and sung by Albert Hammond
You turned me on so bad that there was only one thing on my mind
For the peace, for the peace, for the peace of all mankind
Will you go away, will you go away, will you vanish from my mind
Will you go away and close the bedroom door
And let everything be as it was before
Too much too soon, too bad it didn’t hit me till a week had passed
I might have saved the day if I had acted fast
Da-di-da, da-da-di, da-da-di-di-di-di-di


🙂 JIWON: Struggling Beethoven, Boulez, Wonder, Ellington, and Barenboim March 24, 2008
Should I finish here? I feel like having one more writing on Music and Barenboim.
One day, I was listening to the pop music program on the radio. As usual, they were chatting about their favorite pop-music, and suddenly their subject was changing. They said that all the pop-music program hosts voted for their favorite singer and the winner was Stevie Wonder. And then they kept explaining that Mr. Wonder’s hero-or-mentor-or-idol is Duke Ellington. And they played Wonder’s “Sir Duke.”
Music is a world within itself
With a language we all understand
With an equal opportunity
For all to sing, dance and clap their hands
They can feel it all over
They can feel it all over people
Music knows it is and always will
Be one of the things that life just won’t quit
But here are some of music’s pioneers
Can’t you feel it all over
Come on let’s feel it all over people
You can feel it all over
Everybody-all over people

Now, compare Steve Wonder’s “Sir Duke” with Barenboim’s “Tribute To Ellington.”
Waltraud Meier already boasted that she was not that cheap and pop-music didn’t work for her. This voice(?) has been damn busy after reading my Boulez-writing. What is she going to do with this one?

Should I start my writing with MUSIC or POLITICS?
Should I finish my writing with MUSIC or POLITICS?

Arab League chief: Israeli objections to Russia-Hamas talks ‘nonsense’ May 25, 2009 / By Haaretz
Post-Mubarak: The [Egyptian] people are very stubborn. They will not allow any dictator May 15, 2009 / By Jerusalem Post
And it is largely due to these efforts that some Egyptian citizens are hopeful that Mubarak’s son, Gamal, who is chairman of the ruling party’s powerful policies committee, will eventually assume his father’s post. “If Gamal Mubarak becomes president, then I wouldn’t worry because he will follow the path of his father,” says Egyptian voter-A. (…) Egyptian voter-B is rooting for ARAB LEAGUE CHIEF AMR MOUSSA – once the country’s minister of foreign affairs – to become president in the future, since “he’s respectable, understands politics, economics and everything.” In second place, he says, would be Ayman Nour (…)

See… Arab League Chief Amr Moussa’s boycott of Barenboim has nothing to do with ideology. Right? Anyway, I always remember Egyptian politician Amr Moussa didn’t come… ^.*


ALWAYS… It would be terrific… if I could have a great time to watch ALL the Egyptian politicians join Barenboim’s Cairo Scandal and have a great fight. IN ITALY, they are still busy. They are going to be busier… and I feel terrific!

Italy’s Berlusconi remains popular May 26, 2009 / By CSMonitor
(…) “But this doesn’t affect much a leader’s career. As the saying goes, ‘A priest is a priest only when he is at the altar.’ What’s new is that for the first time, the gossip has completely overshadowed the political issues. I wonder why the opposition leader is attacking Berlusconi on this girl, rather than his disastrous economic and education policies,” says the historian. “The problem is that nobody, left or right, has any real policies to discuss anymore. If there’s one conclusion to draw from this story, it is that Italy lacks a serious political leadership.”

If those FOLKS ever slander my hard working… we’ll see. I will make the most beautiful
VOODOO DOLLS for their grand babies. Where do you think I got this word, Jewish Crying Baby? This guy, Bibi’s No.1, who looks like a lovely boy, suddenly zipped his big-mouth after my announcement of VOODOO DOLL PROJECT FOR THE PALESTINIAN KIDS. Want to see him? Please click.

NO TIME TO SLEEP UNTIL I CONTACT Ambassador of Israel to Korea.

Please check for the rest of this message
🙂 Barenboim’s First Visit to Egypt: Part 3G (PS) (Jul 2-3, 2009)
🙂 Berlusconi’s Minor-Scandal, Barenboim’s Cairo-Scandal, and Salzburg Festival (Jun 13 – Jul 1, 2009)
🙂 El alma de Granada… recuperar al Barenboim pianista… (Jul 7-25, 2009)

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