May 30, 2010
Two people was arrested and trailed by the Egyptian court, Egyptian real-estate magnate Hisham Talaat Mostafa and a former state security officer, Mohsen al-Sokari.
Now, after the first trial and second trial after appealing, Late Suzanne's family withdrawn their civil lawsuit against them after their daughter's reputation has been ruined for committing adultery and another man shows up to be her husband plus unethical behavior.
I feel the suspects are been framed for political and personal reasons, it was time to revenge and Ms Tamim soul was a tiny price to pay and her dirty laundry is out for the public.
RIP to her soul.
Sent from my BlackBerry® smartphone from Nawras
May 29, 2010
With advocates of the device considering it "groundbreaking," other more conventional audiences envisage it as yet another nail in the coffin of tangible human contact. Meanwhile, here in the Middle East region and especially the Arabian Gulf area nowadays, BlackBerry is such a controversial issue, chiefly due to the area's innate traditions and lack of adequate regulation on use of the device, from the point of view of the authorities.
In Kuwait, the Ministry of Interior is eyeing the option of stopping the BlackBerry Messenger (BBM) service, and a decision to this effect might be issued in the near future, according to a number of local media reports.
These reports said the ministry is considering the ban due to the fact that the service cannot be controlled by the Ministry of Communications or security authorities and hence, users of BlackBerry sets were taking advantage of the situation to spread rumors and call for strikes.
The three telecommunications companies in Kuwait, meanwhile, said they had not received any official request from the Interior Ministry so far relating to the service.
A fresh user of the service, Musaed Al-Mathkour did not think that BBM would be banned, arguing the decision is "too difficult" to implement.
Al-Mathkour told KUNA that in the era of globalization, banning certain services because of public abuse would not solve the problem, as there are, and will be, other alternatives that might have even greater risk for society should they be sought for the wrong reasons.
"It is a double-edged sword; you can use it for good or bad, just like any other device or object. Some BBM users are 'addicted' to it, but with time, all withdrawal symptoms would go away, should the ban take place," he said with a smile.
Au contraire, Wadha Al-Deewli, a veteran user of the service, said she cannot imagine life without "my" BBM, as she told KUNA that the first thing she does after waking up in the morning is to check her Blackberry for any fresh news or even rumors.
Should the ban be imposed, Al-Deewli said that she would be compelled to channel her BBM addiction either back to the regular internet or to other similar technologies.
As of April 9, 2010, the Kingdom of Bahrain imposed a ban on BlackBerry sharing of local news, saying that users needed an official license. The Culture and Information Ministry there said in a statement that the decision was taken to avoid "confusion and chaos." Meanwhile, in the stricter and larger Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, the Communications and Information Technology Commission (CITC) has ruled out banning the conflict-ridden messenger service, arguing that there was no reason to do so if only a minority had abused the facility.
In Pakistan, the Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) has also banned the use of all BlackBerry services "until further notice." In addition, some 450 sites including Twitter and other social networks have been banned by the PTA. This is all on the backdrop of the massive Facebook ban due to the 'Everybody Draw Mohammad Day' that caused serious uproar in the Muslim country.
The BlackBerry is a line of mobile e-mail and smart-phone devices developed by Canadian company Research In Motion (RIM). While including typical smart-phone applications, the BlackBerry is primarily known for its ability to send and receive e-mails wherever it can access a mobile network of certain cellular phone carriers. It commands a 20.8-percent share of worldwide smart-phone sales.
Nawras offered only two packages local (limited) and unlimited (international), while Oman Mobile offered three packages, two local (limited and unlimited) and one unlimited (international).
After Nawras was granted to launch Fixed line service with exclusively WiMAX service a totally new technology, which Omantel doesn't have, Omantel decided to merge back Oman Mobile back and attack Nawras aggressively offers, prices and the latest with BB free data packages plan beside the APN usage plus launching BB for prepaid users.
Allot of BB users in Nawras migrated back to Oman Mobile because of that. They say Nawras is expensive. But is Oman Mobile solve its problems with billing and other technicality? Basically stopped ripping of people, which derived people to migrate to Nawras.
A friend told me words been spreading around (not a valid source) that Nawras is working on getting Apple services in Oman, because the growth of number of users for iPhone and recently iPad is in town.
Nawras was the first to get iPad to the market for test drive, when it just got launched in USA.
Now how is the six MVNO telecommunications doing in Oman? They are FRiENDi, Renna, Mazoon, Halafoni, Apna and Samatel.
Apna and Samatel are not well known like the 1st four MVNO mobile telecoms.
They target expatriates, except for Halafoni, which for young and vibrant group who more connected with Hala FM and Hi FM.
... the only significant lunch at teta is when all of us in the family found her on the floor choking, and then, I thought I was witnessing her take her last dying breaths, I saw her face turn red, helpless on the floor, as she slowly raised her hands trying to recite Quraan. That is the day I realized how much I loved my grandmother. I FELT my heart tear apart. That is an incident that changed my view of Teta - I can't explain it in words - but instead of trying to breathe, she was trying to recite Quraan while everyone around her was screaming, and losing their mind in fear that she will no longer be with us.
The above quote has touched my heart of knowing that Color of ColoRama journal/blog wrote about her beloved grandmother been thinking of God (Allah) not saving her life, thinking to meet God with by recite his own holy words from Quraan, to meet her next life with veil of Quraan, and her strong faith in God.
Her grandmother is a true Muslim and mummeenah (a believer in God), didn't fear death but was willing to embracing it, and loves God more then her life.
Very few people are ready to embrace death with open heart.
I'm proud of knowing her grandmother and I'm proud that Color admires her and proud for been her granddaughter, also writing about it.
May 27, 2010
While the music and the artist took me by surprise, a person with black umbrella passed in front of my car (and in my mind I was saying "Its hot outside 44 C") , I look at the audio system and I was written Hi - FM, the channel has flicked by it self, God knows how and why, but this isn't my car and I'm not liking it.
I rarely listen to English songs, I prefer old school. I'm back to the instrumental music, very soothing indeed.
I can't browse the net through my BB, but I can use the messenger and receive my emails.
I'm back to write thanks to BB' email service, I post via email, that is why its written BB and my service provider under my recent posts.
I couldn't download my BB's Twitter and Facebook applications, some technicality problems and I'm trying to figure why it happens.
Someone dear to me's father passed away yesterday, I remember the day my dad passed away and how this person was supportive to me, God rest his soul in peace.
That's all for now, I have written allot today, but its actually short for you as a reader.
I am trying to find out, which of my co-worker know my blog.
Best wishes to RO and FB in their career.
May 22, 2010
I kind of know her and admire her personality that she's a humble person, and remembers people and not feel shy to greet anyone.
Her blog reflects more of her inner self and I'm proud for her been back to be with her mom. That reflects how her parents brought her up been caring and loving person. Her mom is lucky to have a daughter like her, whose obedient.
Don't forget to visit her @ http://colorama77.blogspot.com
Starting next month.
Note: Due to the complexity and level of difficulty, each course will accept a maximum of eight participants each. sign up early and get a discount on registration.
1. HOW TO FILL ICE-CUBE TRAYS.
Step by step with slide presentation.
2. TOILET PAPER: DOES IT GROW ON THE HOLDERS?
Round table discussion.
3. DIFFERENCES BETWEEN THE LAUNDRY BASKET AND THE FLOOR.
Practicing with hamper. Pictures and graphics.
4. THE AFTER-DINNER DISHES AND SILVERWARE: DO THEY LEVITATE AND FLY INTO KITCHEN SINK OR DISHWASHER BY THEMSELVES?
Debate among panel of experts.
5. LOSS OF VIRILITY: LOSING THE REMOTE CONTROL TO YOUR SIGNIFICANT OTHER.
Help line and support groups.
6. LEARNING HOW TO FIND THINGS, STARTING WITH LOOKING IN THE RIGHT PLACE INSTEAD OF TURNING THE HOUSE UPSIDE DOWN WHILE SCREAMING.
7. HEALTH WATCH: BRINGING HER FLOWERS IS NOT HARMFUL TO YOUR HEALTH.
Power Point presentation.
8. REAL MEN ASK FOR DIRECTIONS WHEN LOST.
Real-life testimonial from the one man who did.
9. IS IT GENETICALLY IMPOSSIBLE TO SIT QUIETLY AS SHE PARALLEL PARKS?
10. LIVING WITH ADULTS: BASIC DIFFERENCES BETWEEN YOUR MOTHER AND YOUR WIFE
11. HOW TO BE THE IDEAL SHOPPING COMPANION.
Relaxation exercises, meditation and breathing techniques
12. REMEMBERING BIRTHDAYS, ANNIVERSARIES, OTHER IMPORTANT DATES AND CALLING WHEN YOU'RE GOING TO BE LATE.
Bring your calendar or PDA to class.
13. GETTING OVER IT. LEARNING TO LIVE WITH BEING WRONG ALL THE TIME.
Individual counselors available.
May 19, 2010
Oman's first ever environmental awards will be held on June 5th, coinciding with World Environment Day, at the Shangri-La's Barr Al Jissah Resort & Spa
for more details please check the links below
FB link :- http://www.facebook.com/#!/pages/Oman-Green-Awards/116091738411151?v=info&ref=ts
web link:- http://www.oeronline.com/greenawards/
Environment Society of Oman (ESO)
May 18, 2010
The local organizations taken Twitter and its fellow Facebook as a platform to grab more of clients to use it products and services.
A leading local bank in Oman, which has its existence in AGCC and International market directly and strategically has adopted facebook to promote its product.
One way, its not easy to manage such social network tool for business, only if they have a proper strategy, because those tools are not for promotions but also a customer care and the business also must able to handle the queries.
I wish to see more local organization presents on Twitter and facebook, despite facebook has helped to promote Omani women micro-enterprises.
May 17, 2010
The reasons Apple stated, that the flash technology is old, and mobile revolution needs faster and lighter tools like HTML5.
Apple has already adopted HTML5 and I agree with Steve Jobs, as I mostly use my mobile for browsing and I suffer with flash based sites.
We must ditch Flash for mobile devices, as we are in new era of technology.
Adobe, wake up.
May 15, 2010
My theory, just an observation and might not be true at all and not scientifically proven, its just a spirit of Jinn, who possess the person's body, may be good or bad. It may took the character of former person who have actually lived in that period of time, as those spirit live longer then humans.
Share your thoughts, I maybe 100% wrong.