Friday, 30 January 2015

Lauren Laverne Talks About Sunderland Sounds At 6 Music Festival

Born in DJ Lauren Laverne SUNDERLAND says audiences can expect a rich variety of local artists when large heads alternative music festival BBC in the region.

The BBC broadcaster came home to announce that 6 Music Festival will be held on Tyneside next month.



"I think it's fantastic for the region as a whole that the festival will take place here," said former San Antonio School girl.

"And not only musicians, there will be plenty of local artists and arts groups that will be engaging and I think they will have a good time," he said.

Acts announced for the festival, which will take place in places like Sage Gateshead O2 Academy and from February 20 to 22, including Maximo Park, Neneh Cherry, Interpol, Sleater-Kinney, Hot Chip, Ghost Poet, The Fall, The Charlatans and more.

Emerging local artists will also provide a platform to showcase their sound in the festival.

Lauren, who regularly returns home to visit family in Wearside, has always been a strong supporter of the Mackem musicians.

"I am incredibly proud of where I am and I think there's some great music in the Northeast, as Brewis brothers (Field Music fame) and Lulu James," she said. "But when I play music on the show I play the music I like, it's not a conscious thing to play North East artists. They are played on its own merit."

Last year, Frankie and the heartstrings were invited to make a pop-up version of his Pop Shop in Fawcett Street Recs in the inaugural festival in Salford.

Lauren said: "I've been talking to the pop Recs guys and I really hope to participate again this year as they do is great I think you have asked to represent the shop again.”

Speaking of how the music of the Middle North has changed since emerged with Kenickie band in the 90s, he said. "The music scene is much more diverse now when we were about were very much the odd on the scene we had. Great support from friends, but many people did not think it was good to be a girl with a guitar and would ask 'but who writes your songs?' I do not think it would happen now. "

Northumbrian piper Kathryn Tickell was one of the local musicians at launch, which took place through a radio broadcast live from the University of Newcastle.

Kathryn, who is also professor of folk music at the university, said: "This is such a region with so many musical traditions of music and it's great that the festival goes here.

"Sunderland is doing incredibly well when it comes to producing new music. Still hearing these great bands, one after another, leaving Sunderland, is an exciting time for music.

"You have new acts such as The Lake Poets singing on shipbuilding and heritage. It's like cross-pollination because they appeal to an emerging public and popular audience."

* Tickets for the first day of 6 Music Festival will be on sale from Friday at 10 am, priced £ 25 Visit www.onlineticketspot.com or www.goticketsnow.com

Sunday, 4 January 2015

Korean Stars Shine At Music Festival In Hong Kong

The two K-pop bands popular in Asia, Big Bang and EXO not disappoint his fans as it took home the top prizes at the 2014 Mnet Asian Music Awards (MAMA 2014), held in Hong Kong December 3.

The Mnet Asia Music Awards is one of the main celebrations of K-pop music held annually by CJ E & M, one of the largest entertainment companies in Korea through its music channel Mnet.



The 2014 Mnet Asian Music Awards (MAMA 2014), one of the main celebrations of K-pop music held annually, is held in Hong Kong in December 3. This year the event was sponsored by UnionPay International, a subsidiary of China UnionPay (CUP) focusing on growth and support global business of UnionPay.

Was held in Seoul annually since 1999 to 2008. Hong Kong was the host city since 2012. The event has attracted a wider audience East and Southeast Asia.

Stars of China, Korea and other Asian countries such as Andy Lau, Choi Ji-woo and Song Seung Hun, attended the celebration this year in Hong Kong.

The three major awards, including Song of the Year, Album of the Year and Artist of the Year in Asia, went to Taeyang of Big Bang and EXO. Taeyang also won the award for Best Male Vocal Performance.

The event features 18 awards, including Best Male / Female Group, Best Global Group - Male / Female, Best Male / Female, Best Dance Performance Men's / Women's groups, Best New Male Artist, Best New Female Artist, Best interpretation Band, Best Rap Performance, Best Vocal Performance Solo, Best Group Vocal Performance, Best Music Video Artist of the Year, song of the Year and Album of the Year.

This year the event was sponsored by UnionPay International, a subsidiary of China UnionPay (CUP) focuses on growth and support global business of UnionPay. The CUP cardholders worldwide enjoyed exclusive privileges advanced ticket for the ceremony. Their services for the ceremony this year received positive reviews especially in Hong Kong and South Korea.

CUP gives priority to young consumers who are closest followers of popular culture. Many services, such as UnionPay Haigou platform for shopping abroad and UnionPay online payment services are designed to meet the consumption habits of the younger generation.

Wednesday, 19 November 2014

The 2015 SXSW Music Festival Artist Announcement - Round One

The first round of SXSW 2015 Featured Artists has finally arrived! More than 170 artists from around the world constitute one of the strongest first round artist announcements to date.

At SXSW in March, you will hear iconic British post-punk band The Pop Group, soul influences with Detroit rapper Black Milk, new buzz acts like deer in Madrid and the Institute of Austin itself, a minimalist blend of Yoruba music with modern electronics XL Recordings' Ibeyi, infectious electronic pop by Charlotte OC and more. Psych-pop legends The Church of Australia will also perform at the SXSW Music Festival to coincide with her interview SXSW Music Conference.

The First SXSW 2015 Artist Announcement

We are starting in the lineup for the 2015 SXSW Music Festival, so there is plenty more to come. Meanwhile, listen SXSWfm to be in the listen-acts must come to Austin for the festival. Mobile apps are available for iPhone and android!

Browse the full list of artists below first round. Do not forget.

Agoraphobia (Boiro SPAIN)
Agosto (Buenos Aires ARGENTINA)
Alvvays (Toronto CANADA)
Angus & Julia Stone (Sydney AUSTRALIA)
Babes (New Orleans LA)
Baby In Vain (Copenhagen DENMARK)
Lee Bains III & the Glory Fires (Birmingham AL)
Ballet School (Berlin GERMANY)
Ball Park Music (Sydney AUSTRALIA)
The Barberettes (Seoul SOUTH KOREA)
Courtney Barnett (Melbourne AUSTRALIA)
James Bay (Hitchin UK-ENGLAND)
Be Forest (Pesaro ITALY)
Big Phony (Seoul SOUTH KOREA)
Bishop Nehru (New York NY)
Blacklist Royals (Nashville TN)
Black Milk (Detroit MI)
Black Taxi (New York NY)
Bloods (Newtown AUSTRALIA)
Bogan Via (Los Angeles CA)
Bomba Estéreo (Bogotá COLOMBIA)
Bonaparte (Berlin GERMANY)
The Boxing Lesson (Austin TX)
Brolin (Yorkshire UK-ENGLAND)
Butcher Brown (Richmond VA)
Buenaparte (Lecheria VENEZUELA)
The California Honeydrops (Oakland CA)
Ben Caplan (Halifax CANADA)
Carl Barat and The Jackals (London UK-ENGLAND)
Ceschi (New Haven CT)
Charlotte OC (Blackburn UK-ENGLAND)
Cheerleader (Philadelphia MN)
ChihiroYamazaki+ROUTE14band (Tokyo JAPAN)
The Church (Sydney AUSTRALIA)
Civil Twilight (Cape Town SOUTH AFRICA)
Roger Clyne & The Peacemakers (Phoenix AZ)
Coasts (Bristol UK-ENGLAND)
Crew54 (Killeen TX)
Dark Time Sunshine (Seattle WA)
Deers (Madrid SPAIN)
Dena (Berlin GERMANY)
Diwan Saz (Yodefat ISRAEL)
The Dodos (San Francisco CA)
Cettina Donato & Serena Brancale Group (Messina ITALY)
Dream Police (Brooklyn NY)
Dry the River (London UK-ENGLAND)
East Cameron Folkcore (Austin TX)
Eastern Sidekick (Seoul SOUTH KOREA)
EE (Seoul SOUTH KOREA)
El Conjunto Nueva Ola (Los Angeles CA)
El Freaky (Bogota COLOMBIA)
Él Mató A Un Policía Motorizado (Buenos Aires ARGENTINA)
Fatherson (Glasgow UK-SCOTLAND)
Marcelo Fruet & os Cozinheiros (Porto Alegre BRAZIL)
Colin Gilmore (Austin TX)
GoldLink (Washington DC)
The Gooch Palms (Newcastle AUSTRALIA)
Jenn Grant (Halifax CANADA)
Haioka (Tokyo JAPAN)
Happyness (London UK-ENGLAND)
Haroon (Islamabad PAKISTAN)
Danny B. Harvey (Austin TX)
Mekaal Hasan Band (Lahore PAKISTAN)
Heat (Montreal CANADA)
Heaters (Grand Rapids MI)
Hey Marseilles (Seattle WA)
Hypnotic Brass Ensemble (Brooklyn NY)
Ibeyi (Paris FRANCE)
The Inspector Cluzo (Mont de Marsan FRANCE)
Institute (Austin TX)
Jared & The Mill (Tempe AZ)
Jitterbug Vipers (Austin TX)
Alexz Johnson (New York NY)
JoyCut (Bologna ITALY)
Dustin Kensrue (Orange County CA)
Khumariyaan (Peshawar PAKISTAN)
Hanne Kolstø (Oslo NORWAY)
Krypol Haze (Austin TX)
Ben Kweller (Austin TX)
Kydd (Austin TX)
La Orquesta Vulgar (Mexico City MEXICO)
The Last Bison (Chesapeake VA)
Howie Lee (Beijing CHINA)
The Lonely Wild (Los Angeles CA)
Lost Midas (Los Angeles CA)
Demi Louise (Boronia AUSTRALIA)
Love Inks (Austin TX)
Low Cut Connie (Philadelphia PA)
Low Roar (Reykjavik ICELAND)
Luluc (Melbourne AUSTRALIA)
Lust for Youth (Copenhagen DENMARK)
Lydia (Phoenix AZ)
Mai Dhai (Thar Parker PAKISTAN)
Marching Church (Copenhagen DENMARK)
MC Lars (Oakland CA)
Mew (Copenhagen DENMARK)
Mini Mansions (Los Angeles CA)
Miss Chain & The Broken Heels (Thiene ITALY)
Modestep (London UK-ENGLAND)
Moon Duo (Portland OR)
Angelo Moore & The Brand New Step (San Francisco CA)
mothercoat (Fukaya JAPAN)
Mr.Kitty (Austin TX)
Nakia (Austin TX)
Jay Nash and Josh Day are the Contenders (Los Angeles CA)
Nightmare Air (Los Angeles CA)
No Brain (Seoul SOUTH KOREA)
Noveller (Austin TX)
Ocellot (Barcelona SPAIN)
The Octopus Project (Austin TX)
Panda Elliot (Buenos Aires ARGENTINA)
The Parrots (Madrid SPAIN)
Pharmakon (New York NY)
Pommez Internacional (Buenos Aires ARGENTINA)
Poor Rich Boy (Lahore PAKISTAN)
The Pop Group (London UK-ENGLAND)
Publicist UK (Longmont CO)
Quantic (New York NY)
Que (Atlanta GA)
Rangleklods (Copenhagen DENMARK)
Residual Kid (Austin TX)
Roddy (New Orleans LA)
Royal Teeth (New Orleans LA)
Sain Tanveer Brothers (Sialkot PAKISTAN)
Sertified (Austin TX)
Seven Davis Jr (Los Angeles CA)
Sexores (Barcelona SPAIN)
Silk Rodeo (Austin TX)
Charanjit Singh (Bombay INDIA)
Skinny Lister (London UK-ENGLAND)
Sleep ∞ Over (Austin TX)
Luisa Sobral (Lisbon PORTUGAL)
Songhoy Blues (Bamako MALI)
Sorne (Austin TX)
The Sour Notes (Austin TX)
SSLEEPERHOLD (Los Angeles CA)
The Stone Foxes (San Francisco CA)
Suboi (Saigon VIETNAM)
Suicideyear (Baton Rouge LA)
숨[su:m] (Seoul SOUTH KOREA)
Summer Heart (Malmo SWEDEN)
Sy Ari Da Kid (Atlanta GA)
Tanya Tagaq (Brandon CANADA)
Talking To Turtles (Leipzig GERMANY)
Talkshow (Bratislava SLOVAKIA)
The Big Pink (London UK-ENGLAND)
Thee Oh Sees (Los Angeles CA)
Jonathan Toubin (New York NY)
Tourmaline (Portland OR)
Transit (Calgary CANADA)
Hailey Tuck (London UK-ENGLAND)
Twerps (Melbourne AUSTRALIA)
The Twilight Sad (Glasgow UK-SCOTLAND)
Twin Peaks (Chicago IL)
Txarango (Barcelona SPAIN)
Ume (Austin TX)
Vaadat Charigim (Tel Aviv ISRAEL)
Vampillia (Nihon'odori JAPAN)
Vockah Redu (New Orleans LA)
Vuurwerk (Brussels BELGIUM)
Wand (Los Angeles CA)
Jessie Ware (London UK-ENGLAND)
Warm Soda (Austin TX)
Lewis Watson (Oxford UK-ENGLAND)
Weekend Money (New York NY)
Scott Weiland and The Wildabouts (Los Angeles CA)
Hank West & the Smokin Hots (Asheville NC)
Whitehorse (Toronto CANADA)
Jess Williamson (Austin TX)
Emily Wolfe (Austin TX)

Tuesday, 26 August 2014

Thousands Of Young Music Fans Gather For Leeds And Reading Festivals - And It Shouldn't Be Too Muddy

  • Around 200,000 revelers, mostly teenagers, went to Reading and Leeds festival for three days this weekend
  •       despite the rain in Leeds today, the site looks like it will be dry. The reading will also bask in the sun, forecasters say
  •       Reading is the oldest festival in the world of music, launched in 1961 organizers created a second front in Leeds in 1999
Thousands of music fans have started their pilgrimage to Reading and Leeds for two of the major highlights in the festival calendar issues.

The vast majority of the 100,000 revelers each site are in their teens, with many days celebrating GCSE results today.

And it seems that your celebrations will not be dampened as both festivals look set to dodge the rain.

Despite the rains this week, Leeds looks set to stay dry until next week, and Reading also enjoy the sun, forecasters say.




Hunters in hand: These dressed in classic reading festival girls uniform with shorts and Hunter wellies in case of rain - but it seems to be dry and sunny





Pilgrimage: annual rock festival Reading - the oldest in the world - has become a ritual for adolescents following a level and GCSE results, released this week




Equipped: 200 miles northeast of Richfield Avenue Reading, these girls had to walk Bramham, near Wetherby, for the twin festival in Leeds

Annual Festival of Reading rock - the oldest world - opened its doors at 8 am today, with revelers pour into buses, coaches and trains that carry camping equipment - trucks and beer.

It was an identical scene 200 miles north east, with festival goers loading your bags in shopping carts as feed to the farm in Bramham, near Wetherby.

Monday, 23 June 2014

Plenty Going On At Firefly Music Festival

OutKast - Big Boi (left) and Andre 3000 - by 80,000 music fans gathered at the Woodlands at Dover International Speedway for the Firefly fest.



DOVER, Del. - While waiting to reach the transcendent moment - Andre 3000 of Outkast, performing "Hey Ya!" at the apex of the headlining set Atlanta rappers gathered Saturday at Firefly Music Festival - 80,000 music fans gathered at the Woodlands at Dover International Speedway the weekend was a lot of fun to fill time.

Firefly, which has doubled in size since its inception in 2012,
was launched this year on Thursday, with 20,000 campers created for discreet opening indie-rock band Local Natives California and Philadelphia singer-songwriter Amos Lee.

On Friday, the festival - which has been extended from 154 pleasant, if a little dusty, acres - accelerated with rock headliners Arctic Monkeys and Foo Fighters, whose leader, Dave Grohl, pleased the crowd with tales of Delaware Rehoboth Beach Vacation, and an encore with the Rolling Stones and Alice Cooper covers.

I did not get there until Saturday, and I took nine decent acts excellent in eight hours, the best of which were Beck, Tune-Yards and OutKast, with Brit-rockers Kaiser Chiefs, identical Canadian twins Tegan and Sara and folk band Austin Wild Child is also highlighted.

Besides music on seven stages convenient, Firefly, which was concluded on Sunday with Jack Johnson headlining, always plenty of opportunities to spend time assistants and / or spending money for much of the crowd of twenty years crouched in the Woodlands.

I did not relax in a hammock or get my booty moving in the area of Silent Disco, where dancers DJs listen via headphones. But I did meander through the arcade with pinball machines free pleasantly sunny afternoon, and watched the football World Cup, while sampling in the tent Firefly Ale Brewery, which serves beers Milton, Delaware, Dogfish Head craft beer barons.

So how were OutKast, was on his first tour properly concerts since 2002? The meeting Andre 3000 (real name: Benjamin) and partner Big Boi (Antwan Patton) apparently had a difficult start in Coachella, California, in the spring. Two months, however, the wrinkles have been ironed out.

The duo left that still bears the appropriate "BOB (Bombs Over Baghdad)" from Stankonia 2000 and played a packed with hits, strong short game in hip-hop, always in the indie-pop festival. "I swear to God, it seems like we were just 17 years," said Andre 3000, getting misty while wearing a blonde wig and a shirt that said. "Children of the Corn Bread"

As always, Big Boi and 3000 Firefly worked separately and together. Mini-game Big Boi covered with irrefutable funk of "The Way You Move". The crowd drifted away during the segment tremendously arty Andre 3000 - until the delirious "Hey Ya!" interpretation.

With flat-brimmed black hat and matching outfit, Beck could have passed for an Amish farmer. Although he is on tour behind the new phase of the beautifully calm morning chicha, the Californian music with more tools than a Swiss Army knife reached the firefly to rock the party.

Backed by a band of highly adaptable, which launched hits like "Where is," blew his harmonica on "One Foot in the Grave", covered Michael Jackson "Billie Jean" and slowed briefly for the new album "Blue Moon "and a sublime" Lost Cause "Sea Change 2002. Hopefully, he'll play more tomorrow when leading Xponential Phase Camden Festival in July.

Tune-Yards' Merrill Garbus led a band of nearly-all-female translated the polyrhythmic joy of living of their new Nikki Nack perfectly. Kaiser Chiefs Ricky Wilson joined the crowd in singalongs of "I Predict a Riot" and "Never Miss a Beat." And Wild Child attracted listeners to the stage of forest fetching voice and violinist Alexander Beggins Kelsey Wilson.

Wild Feathers, Nashville, LA 1970 proved competent rock country in the cafeteria, where Smallpools impressed with tight indie-pop. Tegan and Sara was loud and catchy songs of the three I took before screwing Beck, and the synth-pop duo Miss Brooklyn Sr. was mediocre.

Monday, 26 May 2014

Grace Slick's Festival Memories: Fearing Orgies And Getting Lit

Jefferson Airplane singer recalls his first experiences Monterey, Woodstock and Altamont



While at Jefferson Airplane (later Jefferson Starship and Starship), Grace Slick made history as one of the first women to front a rock & roll. She also made a different kind of history as one of the few artists to appear on the three most famous and infamous rock festivals: Monterey International Pop Festival, Woodstock and Altamont. (The plane even played the first game of this type, 1,967 of Fantasy Fair and Music Festival Magic Mountain.)

45 years of festival fashion : look back on everything from Woodstock EDC


Now 74, Slick Rock left & roll in 1989 and has since devoted himself to art ; she has painted more than 500 pieces , which have been shown in hundreds of exhibitions and exaggerated as much as $ 25,000 each . (She’ll be showing and talking about his work at the Grammy Museum in Los Angeles, where Slick lives, June 17.) As the festival season this year starts here and in Europe, Slick looks back in the early days, often tumultuous and how she survived.

Before 1967, there were no rock festivals, so how you and the plane will feel when he was asked to play the first couple?

I had gone to some of the Monterey jazz festivals, so I knew the place. Good to play. Monterrey was so well run and pretty much everything that was offered in the booths was handmade, and you can get to a bathroom in less than nine hours. The whole area in the rear of the stage was wandering people. There were drinks and marijuana and hit and everyone was interested in. Everything worked.

As for the other acts, tellingly Monterey was for you?


We had heard all these people on the record, but I had never seen or Ravi Shankar who performs lives. We were all on the side of the stage behind the black curtain, and we were as excited as the audience. Hendrix was doing his hands with flames like a strange kind of spiritual Creole, and it was just amazing to watch. Put down your guitar and set it on fire, we were like, "Whoa!”

I've always wondered: Does the smell of smoke from the guitar?


He did not. The fire was not large enough to smell.

And what about the Who?

We knew that things were going to break. Guitarists of our group were shrinking, since we have that kind of money [to replace instruments]. But I thought it was wonderful. I do not own any of the machinery.

Everyone keeps talking about Otis Redding.
I had never seen before Otis either. I thought the stage was going to fall in when stepped on his foot. It was not so much pressure on stage, it was the power of his personality and the power of the songs and joining his band.

So Monterey was a good experience for you, compared to the festivals that followed.
Oh, yes. We were all excited about Woodstock. Thought it would be a version of the east coast of Monterey. In this country, we tend to admire big. Half a million people -Ooh! Then Joni [Mitchell] wrote: “We are stardust / we are golden “and shit. I love Joni, but I did not exactly have the same opinion about it - I thought, “This is great but it is very run down.” We were supposed to go on stage at 9pm.

Helicopters had to come to us because the roads were so fucked up that you could take a car. The helicopter arrived at the hotel and took whatever the band was going in half an hour. So we left around 8:30 and kept changing things. They said. “Cannot we go at the time “We were on stage all night? I do not remember going to the bathroom or want. We were smoking dope and drinking wine and sitting around. It was a very big step. Then ten came and told me: “You’re playing in an hour.” Then we played something like 7am. It was light. Rock & roll is not playing at 7 in the morning!

Thursday, 15 May 2014

Egyptian Pop Star Chaaboula To Sing ‘I Hate Israel’ At Morocco World Music Festival Featuring Alicia Keys, Justin Timberlake

Egyptian singer Shaaban Abdel Rahim , known as Chaaboula , hate Israel plans to sing the famous song that ended his contract McDonald in 2008, the World Music Festival Mawazine in Morocco , which also offers international stars Alicia Keys, Justin Timberlake , Ricky Martin and Kool and the Gang.

Site News Egypt Youm7 reported Saturday that Rahim said it will open its concert with hate Israel.


Arabic entertainment news site quoted Rahim FilFan saying he’ll be wearing a suit with the colors of the Egyptian flag and sing their ode to former defense minister and now Egyptian presidential candidate Abdel Fattah El- Sisi, Sisi love.

Rahim was quoted as saying by FilFan is “honored to be the only Egyptian singer at the festival this year is the first time I participated in such a big event.”

The festival, expected to attract over 2.5 million visitors nine days and a hundred concerts in Rabat and Salé suburb, is considered one of the biggest music festivals in the world.

According to festival organizers, Rahim worked in a laundry where she sang her friends until the 1980s, when the owner of a record store offered to produce their first album. After decades of Egyptian pop, Rahim returned to political issues.

In 2008, Rahim lost a contract to appear in commercials for McDonald for McFalafel after Jewish group’s human rights, including the Anti -Defamation and the American Jewish Committee League, alerted the company to his song, which was accused of inciting hatred of Israel and Jews.

Rahim had another hit, Hey Arab Leaders, in which he accused the U.S. and Israel of being the mastermind of the 9-11 attacks on the World Trade Center in New York.

The ADL has posted his lyrics (see below) and Palestinian Media Watch their music video labeled as examples of anti-Semitism and incitement to hatred in Egyptian popular culture.

On Sunday, Rabbi Abraham Cooper of the Simon Wiesenthal Center, told The Algemeiner he hoped other international musicians at the festival used their stage time to promote peace instead of hate.

“Remember that Alicia Keys delivered a message of peace last summer in Tel Aviv, despite the BDSers hypocrite hysteria," Rabbi Cooper said, referring to the struggle against Israel ' boycott, divestment and sanctions " activists who tried to pressure to cancel Keys his performance. " hope she and the other Western talent to urge the organizers to make the festival a zone free of hate and counter the anti -Israel hate his music. "

As Chaaboula , Cooper said " may want to upgrade your tired lyrics . "

" He writes one of the reasons he hates Israel because it is the Golan," Cooper said. “Have you checked with the constant flow of severely injured Syrians reach the Golan to Israel “without question “the hospital who hates Assad Israeli doctors save their lives? “?

"Hate in your neighborhood is all too abundant food. How about trying the old Beatles All you need is love" for a change,” Cooper asked.

Read full letter below Chaaboula hatred , as was announced by the ADL :

hate Israel

I hate Israel, and I 'd say that if I was asked ,
Even if I will be killed or go to jail as a prisoner .

I love Hosni Mubarak because he is so smart (literally, because your mind is large) ,
When taking any action, believes that awareness .

I hate Israel, and I do not like the ruins.
(Israel) loves and hates the ruined building.

I love Yasser Arafat - he's my favorite man.
The Egyptian nation is sad and shame covers me.

I love Yasser Arafat, and hatred of Israel,
Shimon (Peres) and Sharon.
I love ' Amr Moussa, for his statements balanced.

What is the sin of children - those who die every day?
People are taking up arms, people are holding clubs.

I hate Israel - all we are angry - al- Quds is in our mind. When ad - Durra (Muhammad ad - Durra - the boy who was killed in Gaza - CD) died, the President was sad,

He told the newspaper : "Who is satisfied with the humiliation? "

I hate Israel, and I do not like Ehud Barak
since he is disgusting, and everyone hates you.

All time forgets Egypt, and is very patient,
But when Egypt gets angry, turns back to the ambassador.

I hate Israel - ask Shahid blood.
Ask those who crossed (the Suez Canal) in the glorious October.

I hate Israel because of southern Lebanon,
al- Quds and Iraq,
Syria and the Golan.

'Hey Arab Leaders

" ... The two sides of the same coin, America and Israel.

They made the world a jungle and lit the fuse.

America spread its wings, does not care about anyone.

No one can stop it, no one can reach it.

Soon he (Bush) will say Iran, then he will say Syria
but he says nothing about [North] Korea.

About [the twins] Torre, O people

of course! His friends [Israel] were brought down.

What!! Terrorism [visual Shows Sharon pushing the button]
how many years are left?

For the U.S. and Israel acting like thugs . . .