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Egypt offers to unite with Syria

Egypt president calls for ‘change’ in Syria
Mohammed Morsi addresses Arab League summit and announces quartet of regional states will discuss the Syrian crisis.
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Morsi, centre, rebuked Syria in a speech delivered at the Non-Alligned Movement (NAM) summit in Tehran on August 30 [AFP]

Mohammed Morsi, Egypt’s president, has told an Arab League conference that “change” of government is needed in violence-wracked Syria and that time should not be wasted “speaking of reform”.

“This time has passed now. Now it is time for change,” Morsi, who was making his first presidential address to the league, said on Wednesday in the capital Cairo.

He said that a quartet of regional states – Saudi Arabia, Iran, Turkey and Egypt – would meet to discuss the Syrian crisis, which started 17 months ago as an insurrection, but has turned into a civil war with opposition fighters battling to dislodge Bashar al-Assad from power.

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Egypt offers to unite with Syria. Historic precedent itemizes issues which must be addressed for success: 1) … 2) …
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Syria; xref: “Syriana” – the movie

Syrian rebels seize rural territory while Assad forces focus on major cities

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By Liz Sly, Published: July 31

AL-BAB, Syria — War came late to this little farming town set amid rolling hills in the Syrian countryside east of Aleppo, where the absence of upheaval was long construed as an implicit signal of support for the government led by President Bashar al-Assad.

But once the battle started in May, it unfolded at lightning speed, at least by the standards of a revolt that is dragging into its 17th month. Residents are celebrating their near-complete victory over regime loyalists after the town’s last army garrison fled Sunday, its food supplies gone and its morale shredded.

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With that, al-Bab became the farthest point in a swath of rural territory stretching south from the Turkish border toward the city of Aleppo that has slipped beyond government control in recent weeks.

The unraveling of the regime’s authority here in this northern province has been overshadowed by the battles for control of the cities of Homs, Damascus and, most recently, the provincial capital Aleppo, where government forces are waging a full-scale offensive to recapture neighborhoods seized by rebels in recent days.

But even as Assad’s forces have poured resources into sustaining their hold on major population centers, they have steadily been losing control of the countryside, in a series of seesawing battles that have not yet proved decisive but that appear to be giving the momentum to the rebels. The story of the battle of al-Bab, an overlooked front in a war of many fronts, suggests that the government’s hold here was always more fragile than had been thought and that it has become significantly more so in the past few weeks.

This was a corner of the country that was assumed to be neutral in the conflict, a mostly Sunni enclave whose aloofness from the mayhem elsewhere helped sustain the government’s claim that it still commanded the loyalties of significant sectors of the population beyond its Alawite support base.

That the province of Aleppo was slow to join the uprising was due more to the government’s determination to prevent it from doing so than to a lack of resolve by its people, according to Ammar Osman, 29, an activist with the Coordination Union for al-­Baba City and Its Suburbs. With more than 4 million inhabitants, Aleppo is the most populous and prosperous of Syria’s 14 provinces, and its location on the border with Turkey endows it with strategic significance beyond its role as the country’s commercial and agricultural center.

“The regime was very tough here. They put in a lot of security forces. They know they can’t afford to lose Aleppo,” said Osman, who spent 45 days in jail last year for his efforts to organize protests.

A race to arms

On April 20, as bloodshed was accelerating elsewhere and the province of Aleppo was beginning to stir, everything changed in al-Bab. On that day, troops opened fire on a protest for the first time, killing seven people. Among them was Ammar Najjar, 20, an engineering student who had led calls for peaceful protests in the town.

His father, Kamal, wept last week as he recalled his son’s death. “He only asked for freedom from tyranny. This was his weapon,” he said, pulling his son’s camera phone from his pocket.

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Syria, UN Security Council, Kofi Annan, VVP Book List, and US DOD

#757 of 757: William Hale (hinging0) Wed 21 Mar 2012 (09:02 PM)

U.N. Council Backs Plan for Ending Syria Conflict
By RICK GLADSTONE
Published: March 21, 2012
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Overcoming months of bitter division, the United Nations Security
Council delivered a diplomatic setback to President Bashar al-Assad of
Syria on Wednesday, unanimously embracing efforts by Kofi Annan, the
former secretary general, to negotiate a cease-fire in the year-old
Syrian conflict, funnel aid to victims and begin a political
transition.

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U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon spoke in Jakarta on Wednesday.
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In a document known as a presidential statement, the 15-member council
expressed its “gravest concern at the deteriorating situation in
Syria, which has resulted in a serious human rights crisis and a
deplorable humanitarian situation.”

Russia and China, which had used their vetoes on the council to block
efforts to adopt a resolution on the Syrian conflict, agreed to the
statement.

It endorsed a plan by Mr. Annan, publicly revealed in detail for the
first time, that he presented to Mr. Assad in meetings this month as
the special representative of both the United Nations and the Arab
League.

The statement said Mr. Annan’s plan would “facilitate a Syrian-led
political transition to a democratic, plural political system, in which
citizens are equal regardless of their affiliations or ethnicities or
beliefs, including through commencing a comprehensive political
dialogue between the Syrian government and the whole spectrum of the
Syrian opposition.”

The plan closely resembles an Arab League proposal that Mr. Assad has
rejected. It calls for all combatants to immediately stop fighting, for
the military to withdraw from populated areas, for a United
Nations-supervised truce and for the provision of humanitarian
assistance, the release of all arbitrarily detained people, freedom of
movement for journalists and freedom for peaceful demonstrations.

It warns of unspecified “further steps” if Mr. Annan’s plan is not
carried out.

The statement does not have the enforcement muscle of a formal
Security Council resolution. But it reflected some significant
diplomatic bridging of disagreements that had principally pitted
Western and Arab countries against Russia, Mr. Assad’s most important
supporter.

Russia’s endorsement of the statement is an embarrassment for Mr.
Assad, who has refused to negotiate with his political opponents and
has characterized the uprising as a terrorist crime wave.

There was no immediate reaction from Mr. Assad. But the state-run
Syrian Arab News Agency, in a brief dispatch on the Security Council’s
action, emphasized that it satisfied Russia’s insistence that it
contain no ultimatums, threats or “unilateral demands.”

Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, who had expressed anger
over Russia’s support for Mr. Assad, praised the Security Council’s
action as “a positive step.”

“The council has now spoken with one voice,” she added.

Mr. Annan said through a spokesman that he was “encouraged by the
united support of the Security Council and urges the Syrian authorities
to respond positively.”

Russia, backed by China, had twice vetoed earlier draft resolutions on
Syria, arguing that they would violate Syria’s sovereignty and did not
equally blame Mr. Assad and his armed antagonists for the crisis.

But Russian officials have shown increasing impatience with Mr. Assad,
and on Tuesday, Foreign Minister Sergey V. Lavrov said Mr. Assad had
made “many mistakes” over the past year.

Speaking to reporters after the Security Council session, Russia’s
ambassador, Vitaly I. Churkin, sought to frame the unanimous action as
a vindication of Russia’s position. “We are very pleased,” he said.
“The Security Council has finally chosen to take a pragmatic look at
the situation in Syria.”

The Security Council also issued a press statement, which Russia had
proposed, that condemned the bombing attacks on Syrian government
targets in Damascus and Aleppo in recent days, for which Mr. Assad has
blamed his opponents. The press statement described those attacks as
terrorism.

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xref: quoting you Tuesday, VVP, in a conversation with US DOD
personnel giving an equipment demonstration re: WANTED: 100 books
recommended by each nation; xref: “On Agression” (Lorentz, Konrad);
“Interpersonal Behavior in Small Groups” (Bayles and Leary), “Man and
His Symbols” (Jung, Karl)… 97 to go.

So what books, besides the Qur~an, would you recommend President
Bashar?
=========NH//

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Hamas Syria

In Break, Hamas Supports Syrian Opposition

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Hamas’s prime minister in Gaza, Ismail Haniya, greeted supporters after Friday Prayer, where he had spoken out against President Bashar al-Assad.
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GAZA —A leader of Hamas spoke out against President Bashar al-Assad of Syria on Friday, throwing its support behind the opposition and stripping Damascus of what little credibility it may have retained with the Arab street. It was Hamas’s first public break with its longtime patron.
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Ismail Haniya of Hamas spoke against Syria, a longtime patron.
Hamas’s prime minister in Gaza, Ismail Haniya, said during Friday Prayer, “I salute all people of the Arab Spring, or Islamic winter, and I salute the Syrian people who seek freedom, democracy and reform.”

The worshipers shouted back, “God is great” and “Syria! Syria!”

Mr. Haniya made his remarks in support of the uprising that is seeking to oust Mr. Assad, a reversal after years in which Mr. Assad has given safe haven to leaders of Hamas while helping supply it with weapons and cash in its battle against Israel.

But the remarks were almost as significant for where they were made: in Cairo, at Al Azhar Mosque.

During the years in which Syria supported Hamas, Egypt’s leaders were hostile to the group, treating it as a despised relative of the Muslim Brotherhood, which was also tagged an outlaw and banned. So Mr. Haniya’s remarks in Egypt served as another measure of how much has changed since popular uprisings began to sweep the region, removing President Hosni Mubarak of Egypt and now trying to topple Mr. Assad.

Mr. Haniya’s comments confirmed a distance between Hamas and Damascus that emerged several weeks ago when the group’s leadership abandoned its longtime base in Syria as the environment there became more violent. The remarks, which were seen as the group’s official position because of Mr. Haniya’s role, reflected a progressively deeper split with Mr. Assad. Hamas also recently allowed residents of Gaza to stage protests against Mr. Assad and in support of the uprising.

In Syria, the protest movement began peacefully, but Mr. Assad’s forces struck back with lethal force.

In Cairo, as Mr. Haniya spoke, the crowds also shouted against Iran and the Lebanese militant group Hezbollah, both of which continue to support Mr. Assad and have long been hailed on the Arab street for remaining defiant toward Israel. That was yet another significant shift caused by the Arab uprisings.

“No Iran, no Hezbollah. Syria is Islamic,” protesters chanted, according to Agence France-Presse.

Iran has been a key supporter of Hamas. On Thursday, Al Sharq Al Awsat, a London-based Arabic newspaper, published remarks by Ezzat al-Rashq, a member of the Hamas political bureau, who said that Iran had been the main financial supporter for the Hamas government in Gaza. Without the Iranian money, he said, Hamas would have never been able to pay its 45,000 government employees.

Mr. Haniya is in Cairo with other Hamas leaders from Gaza and abroad to meet with Mahmoud Abbas, president of the Palestinian Authority, to try to form a government of national reconciliation between the two rival Palestinian movements. The plan for such a government was agreed to last May, along with a plan for Palestinian elections. But numerous disputes remain an obstacle.

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In Rare, Blunt Speech, Saudi King Criticizes Syria Vetoes
By RICK GLADSTONE
Published: February 10, 2012
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The king of Saudi Arabia inserted himself directly into the Syria crisis on Friday, castigating Russia and China for vetoing a United Nations Security Council resolution over the weekend aimed at ending the Syrian government’s deadly repression of a nearly year-old uprising.
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King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia critisized Russia and China for vetoing a United Nations Security Council resolution on Syria.

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“We are going through scary days and unfortunately what happened at the United Nations is absolutely regrettable,” King Abdullah said in a short nationally televised address.

The Saudi king rarely speaks so publicly and bluntly, and his remarks appeared to reflect new concern in Saudi Arabia about the deepening sectarian parameters of the conflict in Syria, where a majority of the population are Sunnis and the government of President Bashar al-Assad is controlled by the minority Alawites, a heterodox Muslim sect. Saudi Arabia considers itself the spiritual beacon of Sunni Islam.

King Abdullah did not single out Russia and China by name, but he was clearly referring to both countries, which used their veto powers as permanent Security Council members to derail a resolution that supported the Arab League’s proposal to resolve the conflict in Syria. The resolution would have required, among other things, that Mr. Assad turn over some powers to a vice president.

Both Russia and China have been loyal supporters of Mr. Assad but they also value their relationships with many other countries in the Arab world, so the Saudi king’s remarks amounted to a further sign that those relationships have suffered some damage.

“No matter how powerful, countries cannot rule the whole world,” the king said in his speech, as translated by Agence France-Presse. “The world is ruled by brains by justice, by morals and by fairness.”

His speech came as Mr. Assad’s forces continued a deadly assault on antigovernment resistance in the central city of Homs, where hundreds have been reported killed over the past week in what critics of Mr. Assad, including Saudi Arabia and other members of the Arab League, have called a bloodbath sanctified by the Russia-China veto. There were also large explosions reported in the northern Syrian city of Aleppo, one near a military intelligence office and another at a police headquarters. State media said 25 people were killed and 175 injured.

Earlier this week the six-nation Gulf Cooperation Council, of which Saudi Arabia is the largest member, expelled Syrian ambassadors from their capitals and recalled their own ambassadors from Damascus to protest what they called the “mass slaughter” of civilians in Homs and elsewhere by Mr. Assad’s forces.

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Saudi Siblings re: President Bashar Al Assad, President Erdogan, PM Malikki, Supreme Leader S. A. Khamenei, The Muslim Brotherhood and the spread of Islam to a more peaceful comprehension and tolerance without loss of rigor of faith

Saudi siblings (brothers and sisters both)
℅ King Abdullah, custodian of the two holy mosques
℅ Adel A. Al-Jubeir, Ambassador of Saudi Arabia to the United States

re: President Bashar Al Assad, President Erdogan, PM Malikki, Supreme Leader S. A. Khamenei, The Muslim Brotherhood and the spread of Islam to a more peaceful comprehension and tolerance without loss of rigor of faith

PART ONE OF TWO PARTS

Asalam wa lay kum Saudi siblings, how are you?

Thought you might be interested in this proposal to Syria

Sorry to hear about the assassination attempt.

I know how you feel

May the straight way lead us to our appointed time.

Ideena s-siratal mustaqueem…

https://waterworldeden4.wordpress.com/2012/02/10/1-migrating-separate-loyalties-into-two-different-camps-2-allying-camps-with-similar-needs-interests-problems-and-faiths-3-retirement-in-the-south-pacific-at-the-mid-point-of-all-qibla-on-earth/

W. Hale, aka, haji* Mohammed Omar
4200 Wisc. Av. NW, Suite 106 – 146
Washington, DC 20016
202-465-0067

President Bashar Al Assad
c/o H.E. Bashar Ja’afari, Ph.D. 
Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary
The Permanent Mission of the Syrian Arab Republic to the United Nations
820 Second Avenue; 15th Floor 
(Between 43 rd Street and 44 th Street) New York , NY 10017

2012:02:10

re: 1. Migrating separate loyalties into two different camps 2. Allying camps with similar needs, interests, problems, and faiths 3. Retirement in the South Pacific at the mid-point of all qibla on earth (where every direction is qibla) to expand global consciousness that the oldest house of God is not solely about Makkah.

Dear President Bashar Al Assad c/o H.E. Bashar Ja’afari, Ph.D. 
Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary:

Enclosed please find an irrigation, alliance, and migration plan for peace in Syria. It ties into the spiritual mater of upgrading the Ka’bah to teach how it moves and generates space and time.

We can add an Imam’s vestibule to the back side of the Kaba in Makkah, and a second Imam’s vestibule to the sa’i corridor to dramatize how they are related by the way the Kaba turns inside out and moves to the side as it does in the dance of whose light let be… [[thn/]]

xref: Energy (Kaba) = mass (black stone) X c^2 (the sideways (orthagonal) displacement of the Kaba as it turns inside out. xref: “transverse, spherical, electro-magnetic wave”

This raises the question: Where does the Kaba go when it turns inside out? The answer? To the mid point of all qibla – where Hosni Murbarak is repenting (or buried) and where Bashar Al Assad {and who else} [thn/]… will be permitted to repent [[thn/]] and be forgiven by the infinite mercy of Allah, the one 100% Independence.

This should then permit those loyal to you to enjoy Southern Syria as they believe Allah wants them to, while Northern Syrians do likewise.

Good News: You can repent any sin (except putting partners with God)* and be forgiven by God – without the need to confess,”

Truly,

haji Mohammed, aka, W. Hale

enclosure: peace plan

cc:
Imad Moustapha, Ph.D.
Ambassador Abdel Al-Jubier

______________
* The sin of putting partners with God makes lesser ‘gods’and thereby drains the power of God to be able to completely forgive you. So you must be sure to keep in mind there is only one God BEFORE you repent.

Peace Plan

#1016 of 1018: William Hale (hinging0) Fri 10 Feb 2012 (11:22 AM)

Two State Solution
North Syria & South Syria
Syrians Given Amnesty To Migrate To Their Choice
Border Line South Of Homs
UN Invited To Build Mid-East Headquarters In Homs
North Syria And Turkey And Northern Iraq Ally
South Syria And Southern Iraq And Iran Ally

Entire Mid-East Prepares To Unite by mutually welcoming and perfecting One Leader [jet]

Leadership families and new leaders from Arab Spring are invited to meet under a white flag of immunity to participate in the installation of two (2) Imam’s vestibules: one in the outside wall of the holy Ka’bah and the other in inside wall of the Sa’i corridor; xref: existing large doors at far end of corridor –

Through this event begins collaboration with Imam world wide on the publication of a scientific translation of Surah al Fatiah to dramatize the properties of Energy (E) = mass (m) x displacement regardless of direction (c^2). The simple acts of tawaf and sa’i during Hajj explore the boundary conditions of the seamless Ramadan bonded with the seamed Eide in the walls of the oldest house of the one God. Development of mosques and science centers at the midpoint of all qibla on earth in the French Polynesian Islands provides a global model to explore the theoretical generation of space time though the inside out turning of the Ka’bah – black stone eversions. [^]

Division of jurisdictions and alliances between similar jurisdictions produce sufficient old fashion traditional areas and corridors and sufficient secular and modern areas [[whwhwhwhw…]] for economies and social networks to thrive and compete without being conflict with one another.

Solar seawater distillation makes fresh water from mediterranean sea and carries it across Syria by pipeline to the headwaters of the euphrates river replenishing Syrian water tables as it goes.

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Tropic Of Cancer Humanitarian Corridor Development Begins

Wilderness corridor bordered by old fashion traditional corridors with modern secular corridors on the outside.

The ability of young people to transition between secular, old fashioned, and wilderness lanes is developed through events in the corridors such as IMAX film tent and prayer line traveling shows: From Abraham, Sarah, and Hagar to Neil Armstrong and Sally Ride: the history of pilgrimage and welcome – the story of zen judeo christian Islam – the monotheism of the Silk Road …and the stars beyond.

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Saudi Brothers part 2; xref: siblings

PART TWO OF TWO

The ability of young people to transition between secular, old fashioned, and wilderness lanes is developed through events in the corridors such as IMAX film tent and prayer line traveling shows: From Abraham, Sarah, and Hagar to Neil Armstrong and Sally Ride: the history of pilgrimage and welcome – the story of zen judeo christian Islam – the monotheism of the Silk Road …and the stars beyond.

Once the Tropic of Cancer humanitarian corridor and the soccer ball kicked around the world project gain momentum, a parallel project of a full scale model of the Kaba itself could be placed on world tour with the depth of the Imam’s vestibule modified to match the degree of eversion which occurs at that location measured as a percentage of the distance between Makkah and the midpoint of all qibla in the French Polynesian islands – where every direction is qibla and we all have our backs to the black stone while we fce Makkah.

A simple linear model would have the depth of the Imam’s vestibule pushing open the Kaba door from the inside along the great circle half way between Makkah and French Polynesia. Thus Bermuda, Massachusetts, Toronto, Fairbanks, Alaska, is it? And on around the world there is a line where the Ka’bah door would be pushed open from the inside regardless of what direction the Ka’bah is moving in; xref: c^2.

Please see attached images. Sent under separate cover.

Note: A holy land museum area in Western Australia might work to relieve tensions in your area. A fresh start with enough room and ground rules for cab drivers, and what else – a scientific theme which welcomes the vocabulary tools of our forebearers.

Over time, God willing, the people will integrate their comprehension of the three life styles – secular, traditional and wilderness – so as to heal the under the table controls of the secular and put everything ON the table to be memorized and outgrown until who finds what who can do how frequently over and over and over again without harm.

By applying the advances of scientific vocabulary to the concepts and traditions of the old fashioned in a an emancipating organizational structure and environment like this the old will be more respected. The populations of the world will be welcome to pass through the area. Camp Mena will become a global corridor. Experiencing 40 days and 40 nights in the wilderness and carrying that back to the secular world will become common practice as part of the religious progress of life, God willing who hopes.

In the secular areas we will be preparing for importation of nitrogen from the atmosphere of Venus to have energy plants which do not require roads. Out of the N2 of the air the Chirik process will let us store energy in Amonia, God willing, who hopes. Air dropped [thn/] components can be assembled into power plants and function independently from “The octopus’garden”. Self sufficiency. Travel for reasons of higher purpose rather than dire need for energy importation.

Beyond that who will be preparing for escape velocity from the red nova or our sun.

And beyond that who will be preparing the coherent light beam or manipulation of the Kaba wall itself to encode DNA with conversion tools to travel through what worm holes who can find and convert said energy beam back into matter in the far beyond.

Always with the confidence that when and if we reach our limit, we will finally be returned to our creator who will greet us in paradise and ask, “What more do you want?”

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1. Migrating separate loyalties into two different camps 2. Allying camps with similar needs, interests, problems, and faiths 3. Retirement in the South Pacific at the mid-point of all qibla on earth (where every direction is qibla) to expand global consciousness that the oldest house of God is not solely about Makkah.

W. Hale, aka, haji* Mohammed Omar
4200 Wisc. Av. NW, Suite 106 – 146
Washington, DC 20016
202-465-0067

President Bashar Al Assad
c/o H.E. Bashar Ja’afari, Ph.D. 
Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary
The Permanent Mission of the Syrian Arab Republic to the United Nations
820 Second Avenue; 15th Floor 
(Between 43 rd Street and 44 th Street) New York , NY 10017

2012:02:10

re: 1. Migrating separate loyalties into two different camps 2. Allying camps with similar needs, interests, problems, and faiths 3. Retirement in the South Pacific at the mid-point of all qibla on earth (where every direction is qibla) to expand global consciousness that the oldest house of God is not solely about Makkah.

Dear President Bashar Al Assad c/o H.E. Bashar Ja’afari, Ph.D. 
Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary:

Enclosed please find an irrigation, alliance, and migration plan for peace in Syria. It ties into the spiritual mater of upgrading the Ka’bah to teach how it moves and generates space and time.

We can add an Imam’s vestibule to the back side of the Kaba in Makkah, and a second Imam’s vestibule to the sa’i corridor to dramatize how they are related by the way the Kaba turns inside out and moves to the side as it does in the dance of whose light let be… [[thn/]]

xref: Energy (Kaba) = mass (black stone) X c^2 (the sideways (orthagonal) displacement of the Kaba as it turns inside out. xref: “transverse, spherical, electro-magnetic wave”

This raises the question: Where does the Kaba go when it turns inside out? The answer? To the mid point of all qibla – where Hosni Murbarak is repenting (or buried) and where Bashar Al Assad {and who else} [thn/]… will be permitted to repent [[thn/]] and be forgiven by the infinite mercy of Allah, the one 100% Independence.

This should then permit those loyal to you to enjoy Southern Syria as they believe Allah wants them to, while Northern Syrians do likewise.

Good News: You can repent any sin (except putting partners with God)* and be forgiven by God – without the need to confess,”

Truly,

haji Mohammed, aka, W. Hale

enclosure: peace plan

cc:
Imad Moustapha, Ph.D.
Ambassador Abdel Al-Jubier
Sayyid Ali Khamenei, SL, Iran
Mohamoud Ahmadinejad, President, Iran

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* The sin of putting partners with God makes lesser ‘gods’ and thereby drains the power of God to be able to completely forgive you. So you must be sure to keep in mind there is only one God BEFORE you repent.

Peace Plan

#1016 of 1018: William Hale (hinging0) Fri 10 Feb 2012 (11:22 AM)

Two State Solution
North Syria & South Syria
Syrians Given Amnesty To Migrate To Their Choice
Border Line South Of Homs
UN Invited To Build Mid-East Headquarters In Homs
North Syria And Turkey And Northern Iraq Ally
South Syria And Southern Iraq And Iran Ally

Entire Mid-East Prepares To Unite by mutually welcoming and perfecting One Leader [jet]

Leadership families and new leaders from Arab Spring are invited to meet under a white flag of immunity to participate in the installation of two (2) Imam’s vestibules: one in the outside wall of the holy Ka’bah and the other in inside wall of the Sa’i corridor; xref: existing large doors at far end of corridor –

Through this event begins collaboration with Imam world wide on the publication of a scientific translation of Surah al Fatiah to dramatize the properties of Energy (E) = mass (m) x displacement regardless of direction (c^2). The simple acts of tawaf and sa’i during Hajj explore the boundary conditions of the seamless Ramadan bonded with the seamed Eide in the walls of the oldest house of the one God. Development of mosques and science centers at the midpoint of all qibla on earth in the French Polynesian Islands provides a global model to explore the theoretical generation of space time though the inside out turning of the Ka’bah – black stone eversions. [^]

Division of jurisdictions and alliances between similar jurisdictions produce sufficient old fashion traditional areas and corridors and sufficient secular and modern areas [[whwhwhwhw…]] for economies and social networks to thrive and compete without being conflict with one another.

Solar seawater distillation makes fresh water from mediterranean sea and carries it across Syria by pipeline to the headwaters of the euphrates river replenishing Syrian water tables as it goes.

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Tropic Of Cancer Humanitarian Corridor Development Begins

Wilderness corridor bordered by old fashion traditional corridors with modern secular corridors on the outside.

The ability of young people to transition between secular, old fashioned, and wilderness lanes is developed through events in the corridors such as IMAX film tent and prayer line traveling shows: From Abraham, Sarah, and Hagar to Neil Armstrong and Sally Ride: the history of pilgrimage and welcome – the story of zen judeo christian Islam – the monotheism of the Silk Road …and the stars beyond.

Once the Tropic of Cancer humanitarian corridor and the soccer ball kicked around the world project gain momentum, a parallel project of a full scale model of the Kaba itself could be placed on world tour with the depth of the Imam’s vestibule modified to match the degree of eversion which occurs at that location measured as a percentage of the distance between Makkah and the midpoint of all qibla in the French Polynesian islands – where every direction is qibla and we all have our backs to the black stone while we fce Makkah.

A simple linear model would have the depth of the Imam’s vestibule pushing open the Kaba door from the inside along the great circle half way between Makkah and French Polynesia. Thus Bermuda, Massachusetts, Toronto, Fairbanks, Alaska, is it? And on around the world there is a line where the Ka’bah door would be pushed open from the inside regardless of what direction the Ka’bah is moving in; xref: c^2.

Please see attached images. Sent under separate cover.

Note: A holy land museum area in Western Australia might work to relieve tensions in your area. A fresh start with enough room and ground rules for cab drivers, and what else – a scientific theme which welcomes the vocabulary tools of our forebearers.

Over time, God willing, the people will integrate their comprehension of the three life styles – secular, traditional and wilderness – so as to heal the under the table controls of the secular and put everything ON the table to be memorized and outgrown until who finds what who can do how frequently over and over and over again without harm.

By applying the advances of scientific vocabulary to the concepts and traditions of the old fashioned in a an emancipating organizational structure and environment like this the old will be more respected. The populations of the world will be welcome to pass through the area. Camp Mena will become a global corridor. Experiencing 40 days and 40 nights in the wilderness and carrying that back to the secular world will become common practice as part of the religious progress of life, God willing who hopes.

In the secular areas we will be preparing for importation of nitrogen from the atmosphere of Venus to have energy plants which do not require roads. Out of the N2 of the air the Chirik process will let us store energy in Amonia, God willing, who hopes. Air dropped [thn/] components can be assembled into power plants and function independently from “The octopus’ garden”. Self sufficiency. Travel for reasons of higher purpose rather than dire need for energy importation.

Beyond that who will be preparing for escape velocity from the red nova or our sun.

And beyond that who will be preparing the coherent light beam or manipulation of the Kaba wall itself to encode DNA with conversion tools to travel through what worm holes who can find and convert said energy beam back into matter in the far beyond.

Always with the confidence that when and if we reach our limit, we will finally be returned to our creator who will greet us in paradise and ask, “What more do you want?”

Wilderness Areas Preserved From Solar Power Arrays By Using Off Shore
Solutions.

SENT TO: 
The Permanent Mission of the Syrian Arab Republic to the United Nations:

 Address: 820 Second Avenue; 15th Floor 
 (Between 43 rd Street and 44 th Street) See Map
 New York , NY 10017

 Office Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00AM-5:00PM 
 Telephone: (212) 661-1313
 Fax: (212) 983-4439

 E-mail: syrianmission@verizonmail.com


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