Wednesday, August 16, 2006

Faith Based Initiatives

Hizbullah social workers school in Beirut take details of help needed from bombed out residentsHezbollah social workers take information from residents of Beirut's southern suburbs Wednesday, Aug. 16, 2006, whose homes were either damaged or destroyed during 34 days of war between Israel and Hezbollah. Hundreds of people went from one room to another at the Haret Hreik Public High School Wednesday to register the damage caused by Israel's one-month bombing campaign and which the militant Hezbollah group promised to rebuild. Tens of thousands of people have returned to their shattered villages in eastern and southern Lebanon as well as Beirut's southern suburbs, or Dahiyeh, to find their homes either damaged or totally destroyed.
Source: Photo and Caption both Yahoo News (AP)

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President George W. Bush addresses his remarks to an audience, Thursday, March 9, 2006 at The White House National Conference on Faith-Based and Community Initiatives at the Washington Hilton Hotel. President Bush talked about the important philanthropic role individual volunteers, corporations and foundataions play in providing funding for social services. White House photo by Kimberlee HewittPresident George W. Bush addresses his remarks to an audience, Thursday, March 9, 2006 at The White House National Conference on Faith-Based and Community Initiatives at the Washington Hilton Hotel. President Bush talked about the important philanthropic role individual volunteers, corporations and foundataions play in providing funding for social services. White House photo by Kimberlee Hewitt
Source: Source: Whitehouse Office of Faith Based and Community Initiatives.

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Ruins in Abassiyeh Banner Reads 'Made in USA'An anti-United States banner decorates the rubble of a building destroyed during the month-long Israeli offensive against Hezbollah, in the southern village of Abbassiyeh, close to the port city of Tyre, Wednesday Aug. 16, 2006. The writing in Arabic reads: 'Made in U.S.A.'. France and Turkey sent their top diplomats to Beirut on Wednesday to discuss the deployment of a 15,000-strong international force to southern Lebanon, part of which the U.N. hopes can be in place in the next two weeks.
Source: Photo and Caption both Yahoo News (AP)


"Hezbollah the Loser In Battle, Bush Says." (George is one of those people who'll believe anything.)

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