Thursday, October 09, 2008

Libya and Muammar Qaddafi are in back in fashion

After years of enforced isolation, Libya is back in the international fold and Gulf investors are among the first wave of arrivals to be welcomed by Colonel Muammar Qaddafi.
But is the former pariah state really ready to do business with the West?


As the first US secretary of state to visit Libya in 55 years, Condoleezza Rice might have expected at least a handshake upon her arrival.
Yet when Colonel Muammar Qaddafi ‘welcomed' her to his compound in Tripoli last month, Rice was left hanging by the Libyan leader, who ignored her proffered hand, dismissively gesturing her to a nearby sofa as he turned instead to the flashbulbs of the world's media.
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Muhaimin beraksi untuk pasukan Senior Sheffield

Anak bongsu, Muhaimin, 9 tahun, darjah 5, 'debut' untuk pasukan bola sepak senior Sheffield Private School (Primary), Dubai pada hari Ahad lalu.
Dari kiri - Saud, SM, Mohamed, Ahmed, Abdul, Phillipe,
Mr. MacWilliam (cikgu), Younis, Ismail, Muhaimin, Craig


Hanya Muhaimin dan Saud dari Darjah 5, yang lain dari darjah 6.


Warm-up sebelum perlawanan pertama musim 2008-09
di Royal Dubai School, Mizhar, Dubai


Muhaimin paling kecil, memakai jersi nombor 10 sebagai striker



Pasukan lawan dari Rashid Boys School, sebuah sekolah swasta Arab.
Pemain-pemain dari kalangan anak-anak Emirati

Muhaimin cukup teruja dan bangga dapat mewakili
pasukan senior sekolah setelah tahun lalu
menjadi kapten pasukan junior (darjah 4)


Bersalaman dengan pemain Rashid Boys School

sebaik tamat perlawanan yang berakhir dengan seri 1-1