Monday, December 25, 2006

MySpace / Israel dreams

For last minute travel, you don have much choice and cannot particularly look for cheap flights as well as economical hotels. Most probably you will have to compromise on the flights. For stay you can try the las vegas resorts and can use rental cars to travel in the city.

Any MySpace users out there? (of course there are thousands of them) You may want to read this article.
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MySpace Users Big Targets for ID Theives
LOS ANGELES - MySpace devotee Kary Rogers was expecting to see a gut-busting video when a friend from the popular online hangout messaged him a link.

First, though, he was directed to a page where he was supposed to re-enter his password. Rogers realized that someone was trying to steal his information, and he didn't take the bait. At best, he would be spammed with junk e-mails; worse, the Web thief might steal his real-life identity.

"I immediately went back and changed my password," said Rogers, 29, a network analyst for Mississippi State University in Starkville, Miss. (link)

I use it infrequently, but I'll make sure to check my links for phish myself.

Olmert decides that if the terrorists won't stop shooting, we'll give them more 'incentive':

Israeli PM Orders Checkpoints Dismantled

JERUSALEM (AP) -- Israel agreed Monday to remove some of the military roadblocks that have hindered Palestinian travel in the West Bank, one of several gestures aimed at boosting moderate President Mahmoud Abbas in his bitter struggle with the militant Islamic Hamas.

Prime Minister Ehud Olmert approved streamlining checkpoints and removing roadblocks "to strengthen moderate (Palestinian) elements," according to a statement from his office. Olmert has already offered $100 million in frozen tax income to Abbas and indicated he might release some Palestinian prisoners.

Deputy Defense Minister Ephraim Sneh said inspections would be eased at 16 checkpoints, and 27 unmanned roadblocks would be removed. Also, crossings for people and cargo between Gaza and Israel would be upgraded "in order to accelerate the economy in Gaza to lessen the poverty and despair."

Olmert singled out Abbas as a Palestinian leader who is interested in peace with Israel - a clear contrast to Hamas, which rejects the existence of a Jewish state in an Islamic Middle East and has rebuffed international demands to renounce violence. Hamas controls the Palestinian government. (link)

What will it take for an Israeli leader to step up and defend Israel? Probably about the same it would take some in this country to do the same (no names).

With all the carrots Israel has given the palestinian-arabs over the years, they should be fat and happy, yet with each new 'peace offering' only more rockets and terrorist attacks occur. The terrorists (Fatah and Hammas) aren't interested in making peace with Israel and never will be, they want Israel and the Jews to be destroyed. Just like Iran (who will shortly have the capability to do just that). Wake up folks, the fat lady is humming off stage.
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