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14-02-2006, 07:00 PM

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ميدالية ذهبية لأبطال دارفور فى الأولمبياد الشتوية بإيطاليا اليوم !!

    فور وقوفه أمام المايكرفون بدأ البطل الاوليمبى جوى "Joey Cheek"، بدأ بالحديث عن أبطال دارفور، أطفلا ونساء ورجالا، واى نوع من عدم العدالة تعرضوا ولازالوا يتعرضون له من قبل جلادى الانسانية فى الخرطوم.

    كما تبرع البطل بقيمة الجائزة الاولمبية المادية 25,000 لدارفور!!!!

    التحية لهذا البطل المدهش و العظيم الذى ليس من لحمنا ولا من دمنا.



    Tue Feb 14, 10:02 AM ET



    TURIN, Italy (AFP) - US speedskater Joey Cheek credited his decision to donate any prize money from a Winter Olympic gold medal to a Sudanese relief project with helping him capture the 500m title Monday.

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    Cheek will donate the 25,000 dollars he will receive from the US Olympic Committee for his victory to "Right to Play", an athlete-driven charity organization, with the money earmarked for the battle-ravaged Darfur region.

    "I knew if I ever did something like this, I wanted to be able to give something back," Cheek said. "The best way I can say thanks is to donate my money to help somebody else."

    Cheek, who will ask each of his handful of sponsors to donate money as well, skated the two best 500m races of his career to win gold in a combined time of 1:09.76, beating runner-up Dmitry Dorofeyev by .65 of a second.

    "I don't know how I skated that fast," Cheek said. "At some level, it's empowering to think about someone other than yourself. It's right that I help some people get the chance that I have had.

    "We athletes are superstitious, goofy people," Cheek said. "It's kind of absurd. I've trained my whole life for this but I am skating around in a skintight suit. It's a little ridiculous.

    "I can take the time to sit up here and gush or I can do something worthwhile."

    The humanitarian crisis in Darfur has claimed between 180,000 and 300,000 lives, and displaced more than two million people.

    Cheek's role model is former Norwegian speedskater Johan-Olaf Koss, who made a similar contribution in 1994 when the program was called Olympic Aid.

    "The things he has done for other people have been an inspiration for me," Cheek said. "It's my hope that I can assist some people and walk in his large shoes."

    Cheek had the plan in mind after meeting with Right to Play leaders in the Olympic Village this week.

    "I have been kind of plotting this in my head. I wanted to be prepared if the stars aligned," Cheek said. "They have got a great program and they have done a lot of good."

    Cheek said he plans to visit Darfur in a couple of months and might petition the US State Department to allow more US funds for relief work.

    But his plan to see the region where 60,000 children are among the homeless might have to wait.

    "I heard today the situation has destabilized and it might not be safe for aid workers to go into villages," he said.

    Cheek, 26, will skate the 1,000m but retire after the Olympics and attend college. He applied to Harvard but was rejected.

    "I've been out of school for 10 years so they were a little concerned I wouldn't be able to read a sentence." Cheek joked.
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14-02-2006, 07:04 PM

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Re: ميدالية ذهبية لأبطال دارفور فى الأولمبياد الشتوية بإيطاليا اليوم !! (Re: Khalid Kodi)

    حقيقة موقف مدهش ...ويستحق التقدير..

    وكل عام وانت بخير يا خالد كودى ...

    فى عيد الحب..تعرف قيمة الحب "الاكبر" ..حب التعابى وحب المظاليم...

    ولهذا الرجل الشجاع...جويى جييييك
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14-02-2006, 07:06 PM

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    شكرا اختى الحبيبة تماضر،

    وكل الحب للوليدات والبنيات، "بافى للجندر أحكام"


    Speedskater Joey Cheek Donates Olympic Prize To Sudan

    February 14, 2006 3:00 p.m. EST


    Yvonne Lee - All Headline News Staff Reporter

    Turin, Italy (AHN) - U.S. speedskater Joey Cheek is donating $25,000 in prize money he received for winning an Olympic gold medal to a Sudanese relief project.

    He said the decision to make the donation helped him win the 500 meter speedskating event on Monday.

    The money from the U.S. Olympic committee will be given to "Right to Play," and will be used in the war-torn Darfur region, reports Agence France-Presse.

    "I knew if I ever did something like this, I wanted to be able to give something back," Cheek said. "The best way I can say thanks is to donate my money to help somebody else."

    Cheek is also asking each of his sponsors to donate money to the charity.

    He plans to visit Darfur in the next few months and may petition the State Department to grant more funds for relief work.

    Cheek skated the best 500 meter races of his career to take the gold. He posted a combined time of 1:09.76.

    "I don't know how I skated that fast," Cheek said. "At some level, it's empowering to think about someone other than yourself. It's right that I help some people get the chance that I have had.”


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14-02-2006, 07:15 PM

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    US Skater Donates Gold Medal Winnings to Darfur Refugees

    By Parke Brewer

    Turin, Italy
    14 February 2006

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    American long track speedskater Joey Cheek won the men's Olympic 500-meters gold medal Monday night in Turin. And VOA Sports Editor Parke Brewer reports he will donate his bonus money to an African nation.


    Joey Cheek
    Joey Cheek was the only skater to clock times below 35 seconds and he did it in both of his races (34.62 and 34.94, total of 1:09.76) to win the gold medal. They were the two best races of his career.

    Russian Dmitry Dorofeyev won the silver medal (1:10.41) and South Korean Lee Kang Seok earned the bronze (1:10.43).

    Cheek announced after the race that he was donating his entire $25,000 bonus money from the U.S. Olympic Committee to Right to Play. It's an organization of former Olympic, Paralympic and professional athletes worldwide who support using sport for development, health and peace.

    Cheek says his donation will go to a specific project.


    United States Joey Cheek, from Greensboro, N.C., holds an American national flag as he makes a victory lap during the Winter Olympics men's 500 meter speedskating sprint race in Turin, Italy, Monday, Feb. 13, 2006
    "In the Darfur region of Sudan, there have been tens and tens of thousands killed. My government labeled it a genocide, and so I will be donating money specifically to a program to help refugees in Chad, where there are over 60,000 children who have been displaced from their homes," he said. "And hopefully if the region ever gets stabilized, hopefully through pressure from the United Nations or from the U.S. government, or from some other agency, then we can go into Sudan and start programs in Sudan for refugees there, internally displaced refugees there."

    Joey Cheek added that he will ask Olympic sponsors to match his donation to a Right to Play project.
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14-02-2006, 08:06 PM

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14-02-2006, 07:20 PM

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14-02-2006, 07:26 PM

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    Board | Archives: Summer '04 | Winter '02 | Summer 2000 Updated: Feb. 14, 2006, 12:18 AM ET
    Cheek wins speedskating gold, donates bonus to charityAssociated Press
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    TURIN, Italy -- Joey Cheek walked in with everyone expecting him to talk about winning an Olympic speedskating gold medal. Instead, he had something else on his mind.

    The moderator immediately asked for questions. Cheek interrupted, explaining that he wanted to make a statement.

    Did he ever.

    The Olympic 500-meter champion declared that he was giving away his $25,000 U.S. Olympic Committee bonus for winning the event to help children in the war-torn region of Darfur in Sudan.

    "I wanted to make it meaningful," he said. "It's empowering to think of someone else."

    Actually, Cheek came up with the idea long before he skated the two best races of his life Monday. His combined time was .65 seconds ahead of the silver medalist, Russia's Dmitry Dorofeyev -- an amazing margin in a furious sprint usually decided by hundredths of a second. South Korea's Lee Kang Seok took the bronze.

    "I've been plotting this a little bit in my head," the American said.

    Cheek stopped by the athletes' village office of Johann Olav Koss' group, Right To Play, hours before his race to read up on the charity that helps impoverished children. Koss won three golds at the 1994 Lillehammer Games and inspired Cheek to take up speedskating.

    "I thought maybe I could walk a little in his rather large shoes," said Cheek, who met with Koss a few days ago.

    Cheek challenged his sponsors to match his donation. He plans to visit the Darfur region, where some 180,000 people have died and 2 million forced to flee in a bitter conflict, and see how his money is helping.

    "I have been blessed with competing in the Olympics," said Cheek, who recalled something his mother Chris told her two sons: "Not to have good intentions, but to do good things."

    Before doing his best work off the ice, Cheek tore up the oval. He was the only skater to break 35 seconds -- and he did it in both his races, giving him a combined time of 1 minute, 9.76 seconds.

    "It's miraculous," he said. "I'm kind of shocked that I skated that fast."

    Cheek gave the United States its second speedskating gold medal of the Turin Games, adding to the one Chad Hedrick earned in the 5,000 on Saturday.

    "That was awesome," teammate Casey FitzRandolph said. "He not only won, he blew everybody away."

    Cheek followed FitzRandolph as the second consecutive U.S. champion in the 500. FitzRandolph won four years ago, but this time he nearly fell in his first race and finished 12th.

    The other Americans faltered, too. Tucker Fredricks was 25th and Kip Carpenter, the 2002 bronze medalist, was 26th.

    By finishing his first race nearly a half-second ahead of everyone, Cheek left little suspense about the outcome.

    "He's incredible," Carpenter said. "He's the only guy who brought his 'A' game to this competition."

    Cheek, a former inline skater from Greensboro, N.C., had greatly improved coming into the Olympics, winning his first major title at the world sprint championships last month.

    "I knew I was in great shape, but there's so many amazing skaters here," he said. "I screwed up so many times over the years, but I've always tried to learn from what I did wrong."

    With a gold medal added to the bronze he won in the 1,000 four years ago, Cheek has done everything he ever wanted in speedskating. He'll retire at the end of the season and head to college, where he plans to study economics.

    Maybe now Harvard will give him a second look. The Ivy League school turned down his application, but the 26-year-old Cheek was understanding.

    "I've been out of school for 10 years," he said. "They're probably not sure I can still read and write."

    And don't be surprised to see Cheek's name on a political ballot down the road, either.

    "He works harder than anyone," Fredricks said. "Everything he gets, he deserves."


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14-02-2006, 07:33 PM

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    A man of lettersBy Dan Wetzel, Yahoo! Sports | February 13, 2006


    February 13, 2006

    Mr. William Fitzsimmons
    Dean of Admissions
    Harvard University
    Cambridge, MA 02138

    Dear Mr. Fitzsimmons,

    With all due respect, sir, are you stupid?

    I have to ask since, apparently, you were the person who denied the application to the Harvard Class of 2010 of one Joey Cheek.

    "Turns out they didn't let me in," said Cheek, who at 26 is looking to attend college next fall, said he had a perfect verbal score on his SAT ("I scored north of 1400 total.") and, really, after what he did Monday in Italy, ought to have every school in the country begging for him.

    Which is why I have to wonder, if Joey Cheek can't get into Harvard, what the heck are the criteria?

    Maybe you forgot his application, so let me remind you. Yes, it is a little unorthodox. He graduated with honors way back in 1997 from Greensboro (N.C.) Dudley High School, which, I understand, isn't exactly Choate Rosemary Hall or Andover, but, cut a Southerner a break, will you?

    Anyway, he took time to try this speedskating thing, which is also unusual because who speed skates in Greensboro, where ice is only used in sweet tea? But Cheek was an in-line skater with a dream, so he pursued it, even if, as he admits, in the grand scheme of things, speedskating is a little "ridiculous."

    "I skate around on ice in tights," he said. The thing is, Monday, over here at this little thing called the Winter Olympics, Cheek skated around in tights faster than anyone in the world.

    He won the gold in the 500 meter in a blistering two-race total of 69.76, a whopping .65 seconds faster than silver medalist Dmitry Dorofeyev, who never stood a chance – "only a miracle could do something," he conceded.

    Now, we understand speedskating, even gold-medal speedskating, does not get you into Harvard. Consider Dorofeyev, he didn't seem like Harvard material. So, fine, if he applies, deny him.

    But Cheek? As impressive as he was on the ice, he was better in the post-race news conference, where he declined to do what every other Olympian does – talk about how great they are.

    Instead, he announced he was donating all of his USOC award money ($25,000) to the Right to Play organization, which, according to righttoplay.com, is an "international humanitarian organization that uses sport and play as a tool for the development of children and youth in the most disadvantaged areas of the world."

    The money isn't much, Cheek admitted, but he wanted to use his newfound fleeting fame to raise money and awareness. His personal goal is to get the program into the devastated Darfur region of Sudan.

    "If the region can ever stabilize we can go into Sudan and start the program for refugees," he said.

    Cheek went on and on about it. He said he researched the organization and is confident of its track record, even meeting with administrators Monday morning. He talked about pressuring sponsors and leading a mission to Africa this summer, you know, before enrolling in school.

    Hey, it's not working at Taco Bell to save money for prom, but you'd think it would count for something, right Mr. Fitzsimmons?

    And, let me tell you, as a veteran of the Olympic press conference, this was beyond incredible. Usually we are treated to self-indulgent talk, praise for corporate sponsors, outrageous posturing, mostly fake tears and scripted storylines. Not this time.

    "The best way I can say thank you is by helping someone," said Cheek. "Rather than take the time to gush about how wonderful I feel, [I wanted] to do something productive."

    If this doesn't get you into Harvard, is there hope for anyone?

    "I've been out of school 10 years, and they were concerned I couldn't read a sentence or write my name," Cheek said with a smile.

    Yeah, he really sounded like a dolt after spending 10 years showing incredible focus, dedication and drive and traveling the world. He wants to study English and economics, but he seems intrigued by everything. He may have a future in politics, even, he said, the presidency.

    This guy is something else. It was no coincidence that after he won gold, almost all of his opponents went out of their way to shake his hand or give him a hug. Or that skating fans from around the globe (who know him well from past races) stood and cheered as he gave the American flag a victory lap.

    Of course, it probably would have been better if he had just been elected section captain at band camp or something, right Mr. Fitzsimmons?

    Oh, and it is not like the guy is some geek. He has a fun side. In his spare time ("you get bored during speedskating training") he learned to build an explosive-powered potato gun out of PVC pipe. You stuff a potato in one end, fill the other with hair spray, make a spark and, boom.

    "The potato shoots 300 yards," he smiled.

    What, you don't need a guy like that around, what with those MIT pranksters right down the block? And don't you think it would be good for Harvard to have someone who could skate down the frozen Charles River really, really fast? Don't you think, with the gold medal and the good looks, some of the current coeds might find him worthy of admission?

    Yes, we know, getting into Harvard is very, very difficult. Lots of valedictorians don't get in. But really, couldn't you go with one less J. Cabot Peabody Winthrop IV? Couldn't you lose the application of one of those sorry C-plus legacies? Couldn't you just cut the quota from Exeter Academy by one?

    Seriously, my older sister, Marjorie, actually graduated from Harvard and, sure, I love her and all, but the only thing she's ever done with a lot of ice is make a margarita.

    Oh, and don't you (or all those other Harvard Grads) get any satisfaction from the idea you have ruined Cheek's life either. He has other options. I told him I could get him into the University of Massachusetts, which is known as the Harvard of Western Mass. (except, of course, for the other schools that are better), but he seemed to have a backup plan.

    Columbia, Stanford, Georgetown, Duke, maybe even Yale.

    "I figured I'd try the shotgun approach, maybe hit one," he smiled.

    I am hoping it's Yale. Then, when he perfects that potato gun, Mr. Fitzsimmons, he might be within range to send a cross-New England spud right through your window.

    Sincerely,
    Dan Wetzel
    Turin, Italy
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14-02-2006, 07:46 PM

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15-02-2006, 06:23 PM

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    UP and UP...
    What a great Athelete...
    Mohamed elgadi
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14-02-2006, 08:22 PM

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    Thanks Khalid for bringing this to our attention and thanks to Joey.

    Mahjob
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14-02-2006, 08:28 PM

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14-02-2006, 08:43 PM

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    Quote: Thanks Khalid for bringing this to our attention and thanks to Joey



    الاخ محجوب،

    الحق لايضيع ابدا مادام هنالك شرفاء يتضامنون مع الانسان،

    استمعت الى لقاء فى محطة الديمقراطية الان مع هذا البطل،

    فور فوزه تدافعت عدسات التلفزيون ومايكرفونات الاذاعه...قال:

    أنا احب ما اقوم به، وأجد فى ذلك متعه عظيمه..ولكن...مادام اتيحت لى هذه الفرصه سأستغلها خير استغلال...ساستغلها لتسليط الضوء على ماهو أهم وأكبر من التزلج، ثم بدأ بالحديث عن حجم الكارثه فى دارفور وأوضاع اللاجئين هناك، وتحدث حديث المتابع والمهتم والعارف...ثم تبرع بجائزته التى عمل كل عمره لتحقيقها...تبرع بها لأجل دارفور...

    للأولمبياد تاريخ خصب بتبنى الابطال لقضايا العدل والحرية...

    فمنذ ان اخترع أبطال امريكا السود رفع قبضات ايديهم "بلاك بور" القوه السودء والى اليومز. أصبح عرف فى الاولمبياد، فالابطال المنتصرين تتاح لهم امكانية مخاطبة الملايين فى كل لأنحاء العالم فيسلط البعض منهم الضوء على القضايا التى يؤمنون بها، فجوى آمن بقضية أهلنا فى دارفور وذهب الى أكثر من الحديث عنها للملايين...أهدى جائزته الى أهلنا فى دارفور!
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14-02-2006, 09:19 PM

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Re: ميدالية ذهبية لأبطال دارفور فى الأولمبياد الشتوية بإيطاليا اليوم !! (Re: Khalid Kodi)

    الله عليك يا جوى وانت تهدى ثمرة جهدك الطويل لاطفال دارفور.. انت اعظم من كل المدعين للبطولات واعظم من احزاب السودان وقادتها الفاشلين.. لم يفتح الله على احد من هؤلاء الاصنام وتنابلة السلطان بكلمة عزاء ومواساة لاطفال دارفور.. منهم من قضى نحبه وهو لم ير من الدنيا غير الشر والدمار والقتل واغمض عينيه عن دنيا لا تستحق ان يعيش فيها الانسان.. ومنهم من عاش .. كميت.. ينتظره مستقبل مظلم.. مصاب بكل الادواء والامراض من سوء تغذية وهزال وانيميا.. ان عاش عاش كسيحا او معاقا... يا ساسة السودان من يمين ويسار.. هذا جوى شيك قد تفوق عليكم وعلينا جميعا..

    شكرا خالد..

    نورالدين منان
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14-02-2006, 09:31 PM

Khalid Kodi
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Re: ميدالية ذهبية لأبطال دارفور فى الأولمبياد الشتوية بإيطاليا اليوم !! (Re: Mannan)

    Quote: الله عليك يا جوى وانت تهدى ثمرة جهدك الطويل لاطفال دارفور.. انت اعظم من كل المدعين للبطولات واعظم من احزاب السودان وقادتها الفاشلين.. لم يفتح الله على احد من هؤلاء الاصنام وتنابلة السلطان بكلمة عزاء ومواساة لاطفال دارفور.. منهم من قضى نحبه وهو لم ير من الدنيا غير الشر والدمار والقتل واغمض عينيه عن دنيا لا تستحق ان يعيش فيها الانسان.. ومنهم من عاش .. كميت.. ينتظره مستقبل مظلم.. مصاب بكل الادواء والامراض من سوء تغذية وهزال وانيميا.. ان عاش عاش كسيحا او معاقا... يا ساسة السودان من يمين ويسار.. هذا جوى شيك قد تفوق عليكم وعلينا جميعا..

    شكرا خالد..

    نورالدين منان


    استاذنا العظيم نور الدين،

    اليوم كل من فاز فى الاولمبياد كوم، وجوى هذا كوم آخر...فهو شاب يقول انه أحس بانه مفيد بعد ان قدم حصيلة ونتاج عمره الى من يحتاج أكثر، ويقول أنه فخور وسعيد لأنه يفعل شيئا ليحقق تغيير فى حياة انسان آخر....

    نعم العار علينا جميعا...فلازال الجلاد يقتل ويغتصب أهلنا والبعض منا يتحايل!!!!

    التحية لهذا البطل.
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14-02-2006, 10:17 PM

احمد العربي
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Re: ميدالية ذهبية لأبطال دارفور فى الأولمبياد الشتوية بإيطاليا اليوم !! (Re: Khalid Kodi)

    المبدع الاستاذ خالد كودي

    تحيه خاصه لك وانت تشير لهذا الموقف الانساني
    والتحيه لهذا البطل الحقيقي جوي




    ود واحترام
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14-02-2006, 11:00 PM

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Re: ميدالية ذهبية لأبطال دارفور فى الأولمبياد الشتوية بإيطاليا اليوم !! (Re: Khalid Kodi)

    الأستاذ خالد كودِي.
    القومه لهذا العِملاق.
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15-02-2006, 03:57 AM

شرف الدين آدم إسماعيل

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Re: ميدالية ذهبية لأبطال دارفور فى الأولمبياد الشتوية بإيطاليا اليوم !! (Re: Khalid Kodi)

    الاخ/خالد
    الاخوة المتداخلون
    السلام عليكم
    اخى / خالد
    لك التحية وانت تنقب عن تبر الانسانية ,وتبحث عن معدن الحقيقة المغموطة
    والتحية لكل من ساند اهل بلادى فى محنتهم
    ولكل انسان تأبى انسانيته الا ان تحس بآلام الاخرين
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15-02-2006, 08:26 AM

أنور أدم
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Re: ميدالية ذهبية لأبطال دارفور فى الأولمبياد الشتوية بإيطاليا اليوم !! (Re: شرف الدين آدم إسماعيل)

    on est va
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15-02-2006, 10:47 AM

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Re: ميدالية ذهبية لأبطال دارفور فى الأولمبياد الشتوية بإيطاليا اليوم !! (Re: أنور أدم)



    Cheek dominates to win 500-meter gold
    U.S. speed skater to donate $25,000 bonus to children of war-torn Darfur
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15-02-2006, 06:30 PM

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Re: ميدالية ذهبية لأبطال دارفور فى الأولمبياد الشتوية بإيطاليا اليوم !! (Re: Kostawi)





    Quote: التحية لهذا البطل المدهش و العظيم الذى ليس من لحمنا ولا من دمنا.


    والتحية ليك يا خالد كودي الإنسان
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15-02-2006, 06:46 PM

محمدين محمد اسحق
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Re: ميدالية ذهبية لأبطال دارفور فى الأولمبياد الشتوية بإيطاليا اليوم !! (Re: Tara)


    Quote: فور وقوفه أمام المايكرفون بدأ البطل الاوليمبى جوى "Joey Cheek"، بدأ بالحديث عن أبطال دارفور، أطفلا ونساء ورجالا، واى نوع من عدم العدالة تعرضوا ولازالوا يتعرضون له من قبل جلادى الانسانية فى الخرطوم.

    كما تبرع البطل بقيمة الجائزة الاولمبية المادية 25,000 لدارفور!!!!

    التحية لهذا البطل المدهش و العظيم الذى ليس من لحمنا ولا من دمنا.


    وتحية لك أخي خالد ولجميع من وقف مع شعب دارفور في محنته ..
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16-02-2006, 01:45 AM

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Re: ميدالية ذهبية لأبطال دارفور فى الأولمبياد الشتوية بإيطاليا اليوم !! (Re: Khalid Kodi)

    اقترح ان نكرم هذا البطل الانسان ونعلنه صديقا للسودان الجديد.. هل من طريقة للاتصال به؟ ليتنا نفعل ذلك فالشعوب الحية هى التى تكرم امثال هؤلاء..
    شكرا استاذ خالد وارجو ان نبحث عن هذا البطل الاولمبى.. الفريد..
    نورالدين منان
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