أرجوا من الاخوان الذهاب الى ااموقع http://www.msnbc.com/modules/surveys...0_readers_.asp والتصويت لصورة محمد الدرة حيث أن الصورة تحتل الموقع السادس وقد تكالب اليهود وصوتوا لصور اخرى فلنتعاون على فضح اليهود فهذا نوع من الجهاد ويرجى لمن لديه اشتراك في منتديات اخرى نشر هذا المقال واخبار أكبر قدر من الناس بهذا الأمر كما علمت أن قنصلية اسرائيل في لوس أنجلس قامت بحملة حتى لا تأخذ الصورة المكان الأول وقد خاف اليهود من تقدم الصورة من المركز السادس الى الخامس للتصويت أكثرمن مرة يجب اتباع الخطوات التالية: :
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وأروجو من الاخون التصويت حيث أن اليهود تكالبوا من أجل التصويت للصور الأخرى
وقد نشطوا في جميع منتدياتهم ولقد صوت اليهود لصور حيوانات وكلاب امعانا في اهانة المسلمين
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Assalamu aleikum.

Please visit the following link, which contains the following article along with relevant graphics:

http://www.msnbc.com/news/538199.asp
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Mideast photo starts Internet battle

This picture, from TV footage, is at the center of the voting battle on MSNBC.com. Shortly after this was taped, Mohammed Aldura, 12, was shot dead.

Merrill Brown, editor-in-chief of MSNBC.com, speaks with NBC's Soledad O'Brien about the controversy.

March 3 — Media coverage on Friday zeroed in on an Internet battle taking place on MSNBC.com’s Year in Pictures 2000. In an electronic vote held by the site on the year’s most powerful images, Israeli and Palestinian supporters orchestrated their votes in efforts to raise or lower the ranking of a picture showing a terrified Palestinian boy huddled with his father shortly before the boy was shot dead.

THE NEW YORK TIMES ran a story about the dispute on its front page Friday, prompting the Associated Press to run a version for its member news organizations.
“The drama of that photograph, a larger audience, frankly, for MSNBC.com, and a lot of activist groups getting involved in the issue of the meaning of that photograph, and whether it would be the most-voted-for photograph, has created quite a stir,” Merrill Brown, MSNBC.com’s editor-in-chief, told NBC’s “Weekend Today.”
The photo had been the clear leader initially but it slipped to sixth after Israeli supporters started an e-mail campaign urging people to vote for other photos.
Brian Storm, MSNBC.com’s director of multimedia, said the dispute “speaks to the power of photography, the power of a single moment that has created a piece of history and to the the global voice of the Internet.”
Storm likened it to “a political interest group in the run-up to an election. One e-mail generated this firestorm. ... That’s powerful.”
But he also stressed that the voting page clearly states the results are not scientific. “It’s simply the opinions of our readers,” he said.

MSNBC.com has also removed wording that might have suggested to some that a final “Picture of the Year” would be awarded.
“We wanted to underscore the fact that these ongoing, unscientific surveys were never intended to declare a single outcome, but rather to record reader reaction, minute-by-minute. The results are always changing. We prefer to let the survey speak for itself,” said Joan Connell, MSNBC.com executive producer for opinions.
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ISRAELI DIPLOMAT STARTED

Over 500,000 votes have flooded in, many of them an effort to push the image of the boy back to first place, but it remains behind five photographs of animals.
The boy, Mohammed Aldura, 12, was shot to death last September when he and his father got caught in a gun battle between Israeli and Palestinian forces in the Gaza Strip. Jamal Aldura has said he took his son with him on errands to keep him away from stone-throwing confrontations with the Israeli army and that they were walking home when they stumbled upon the clash.
The image was taken from video footage shot by a Palestinian news crew working for French television.
Some Palestinian supporters believe that if the picture were to win the most votes, it could bring more sympathy to their cause.

But supporters of Israel, including the Israeli diplomat in Los Angeles whose e-mail started the debate, do not want the image to garner the most votes, thereby attracting more attention.
“To us, this photograph epitomizes everything tragic about the present violence: Children led into the cross fire by their own parents for publicity purposes,” reads an e-mail from Meirav Eilon Shahar.
Ibrahim Hooper of the Council on American-Islamic Relations told the Times that nothing is too small when it comes to shaping public opinion concerning tensions in the Middle East.
“It is beyond disgusting what the Israelis are saying about it,” Hooper said.

‘WHOLE THING IS CRAZY’
Some people on both sides of the Middle East divide described the battle as absurd.
“The Internet has allowed this to take on a life of its own,” said Myrna Shinbaum, a spokeswoman for the Anti-Defamation League, which this week posted an explanation about the MSNBC.com reader’s choice voting on its Web site. “The whole thing is crazy.”
MSNBC.com’s Year in Pictures gallery and vote is online at http://www.msnbc.com/modules/ps/yip_2000/splash.asp

The Associated Press contributed to this report.
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Salam alaikum:
As you probably know on the msnbc picture contest the "Death in Gaza" picture was number one before the Jewish people decided to stop it from winning. Here's what they posted in their clubs:

<<"Subject: Fw: Please read this - very important

I;ve already cast my vote. There are some great photos, but it would be one
more PR fiasco if "death in Gaza" were to win. Please take a moment to
caste your vote for "hunting down the shooter". It's just a way of
coordinating everyone to vote together against the Gaza photo.">>

<<"There is a photo of the year competition that MSNBC is running.
At the moment the winning one is called "a death in gaza". (The Arab
boy that was mistakenly killed when Palestinians attacked our soldiers with
rifles given to them by us )

Obviously we have to try and stop it from winning, please go to the website.
Vote for the one called "Hunting down the shooter" or for "Peeka-bow-wow",
the only ones that can beat the Gaza photo.
E-mail it to everyone you know as well!

http://www.msnbc.com/modules/surveys...rs_.asp#survey
You should also send letters voicing your views as to the selection of the
pictures. They have 2 pictures representing the Palestinians side and no
picture representing the other side.">>

After a few days this is what they said in their clubs:

<<"I'm happy to say that a picture of death, which does not even belong in a contest for 'best picture' is now at #6!.">>

But what angers me most is this post by a jewish person in a Jewish club:

<<"and i cannot understand, literally can not, how the father could have crouched into the corner, leaving the little one next to him and a target to the bullets from both sides,

would not any parent have put the boy in the corner, shielding him with the grown up body, which as a corps still would have been a protection to him? - i definitely would have">>

They kill an innocent 12 year old and then they blame his father for not sheilding him against Israeli bullets!!!!!!! (Although his poor father did actually sheild him)

Enna Lelah va Enna Elayhe Rajeoun


أرجوا من الاخوان مراسلة بعض المواقع العربية والاسلامية
حول الموضوع والطلب منها كتابة مقال على موقعها يطلب من الزوار الكرام التصويت لصورة محمد الدرة حيث أن عدد زوار بعض المواقع كبير نسبيا وقد يغير النتيجة لصالح العرب والمسلمين كما أرجوا من الاخوان نشر ردود هذه المواقع حتى تعم الفائدة ويكون الجميع على علم بتطور الموضوع وحتى يبقى الموضوع موضوعا ساخنا ويقراءه أكبر عدد من الناس


القضية ليست قضية محمد .....
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