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MacMachine Some edited footages I shot during a New York City trip for Human Rights Watch International Film Festival and the New York Asian Film Festival in June 2005. Nearly mugged wandering around. It's a little tribute to this lovely city and people but NOT to Bush and his administration. It got this wonderful creative aura energy that hard to explain. Anyway, this video here will tell on how I felt being in the "City That Never Sleeps". Edited with the background music of U2 from the album "All that you can't leave behind, New York - 2000 ".

Islamic Sufism BroadcastCurrently I produce or direct people-driven stories and news related to muslims.net in MIDDLE EAST and ASIA PACIFIC for a global broadcaster in HD High Definition. At times I design, direct and produce on-air promotions, show packaging, channel branding, music videos, commercials and corporate videos. Versatile with AVID, Final Cut Studio nonlinear editing suite, Adobe After Effects, ProAnimator, Photoshop and Illustrator. Enjoy the rest of my broadcast list which showcases my past project, travelblog & my own personal spiritual Islamic journey of self-discovery.

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Saturday, February 10, 2007

is Lebanon the battlefield for Iran & Saudi Arabia?

" watch more videos here Mosaic Intelligence Report "

I get 'streamed' online news from Link TV's. Middle East analyst and award-winning producer, Jamal Dajani, gives his weekly unique perspective and insight on major newsworthy stories. Drawing on reports from more than 30 Middle Eastern news broadcasts. "Mosaic Intelligence Report" provides context, analysis and a behind the scenes look at the stories you never see on American TV. The reports are presented unedited and translated, when necessary, into English. "Mosaic Intelligence Report" includes news from Egypt, Lebanon, Israel, Syria, the Palestinian Authority, and Iran, among others. Some of the broadcasters are state controlled and others are private networks, often affiliated with political factions. Mosaic offers a window into what 280 million people across the Middle East watch. Viewers can find unique insight into the diversity of perspectives in the region. They also have a blog at http://mosaicintelligencereport.typepad.com.

Headlines for this episode include: Violent clashes between Sunnis and Shiites erupt in Lebanon, Is there a chance for reconciliation and who is fanning the flames? Will a longstanding rivalry between Iran and Saudi Arabia engulf the region?

TRANSCRIPT (does not include inserted sound bytes): In his last State of the Union address, President Bush warned of an epic battle between Shiite extremists backed by Iran and Sunni extremists aided by al-Qaida. He was, of course, talking about Iraq. But the scenario he was describing has recently spread to Lebanon bringing that country dangerously close to civil war for the second time.
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“ Better to be a Pirate than to join the Navy ”

Steve Jobs - Referring to the pirate flag that flew over Apple’s headquaters in 1983. I believe that quote was one of three keyphrases for a large Apple meeting/conference, and the Pirate flag was attached to the Macintosh building after that meeting. So the flag was actually a reaction to that.