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Thursday 6 January 2005

Alert Retrieval Cache

Alert Retrieval Cache which has found a mention on other sites on the internet already, targets permitting rapid communication from the field in Tsunami hit areas for aid agencies. There is no user fee attached.

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Anonymous Anonymous said :

I want to know what the Muslim countries in the Middle East are doing for the Tsunami victims since majority of those who were affected were Muslims. I wish the US media will also cover what these countries are doing particularly the petro dollar rich countries like Saudi Arabia

Thu Jan 06, 12:48:00 AM IST  
Anonymous Anonymous said :

Sure, you may have the stats on what some of the countries in the middle east is doing to help out:

Bahrain - $2 million dollars
Kuwait - $ 10 million dollars
Libya - $2 million dollars
Qatar - $25 million dollars
Saudi Arabia - $50 million dollars
UAE - $2 million dollars

now thats whats been given from the governments of those countries alone, not counting over 30million of aid pledged by the private and public sectors of those countries.

Also everyone thinks the middle east is bad and rick and what not, but don;t forget that they're citizens and expats are going over to SEA affected countries as volunteers and aid agencies and contributing towards the relief efforts, like i have a friend from bahrain who's gona to Sri lanka to volunteer as an aid worker and the dubai airport team who are in the country helping handle more than 800,000 flights of aid in to that country then Saudi have undertaken to build about quite a couple of schools in madras and kuwait have responded by sending medics to indonesia,

this is all unreported stuff, something big media agencies like cnn and bbc wish to leave out of their news. leave it to you to figure out.

Thu Jan 06, 03:08:00 AM IST  
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Thu Jan 06, 03:18:00 AM IST