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الموضوع في 'السوق الأمريكي للأوراق الماليه' بواسطة محمد الحمرانى, بتاريخ ‏29 يوليو 2003.

  1. محمد الحمرانى

    محمد الحمرانى عضو جديد

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    "' صدام أسر ' الإشاعة تتجوّل الآن، وسواء هي صحيح أو ليست، صفّينا هذا الصباح على الإحباط حول تقرير الثقة ونحن نرجع الآن بسبب هذه الإشاعة، "قال آرت هوجان، محلّل سوق رئيسي في جيفيريس وشركاء. "حارسه خاص فقط مسك ومخابرات أمريكية تقول بأنّنا نصبح أقرب، لذا هو يمكن أن يكون صحيح. إنّ الفرص حوالي 50-50 والسوق ستردّ وفقا لذلك، إعتماد على كيف يظهر.

    "'Saddam has been captured' is the rumor going around right now, and whether it's true or not, we sold off this morning on disappointment about the confidence report and we're coming back now because of this rumor," said Art Hogan, chief market analyst at Jefferies & Co. "His bodyguard was just caught and U.S. intelligence has been saying we're getting nearer, so it could be true. The chances are about 50-50 and the market will react accordingly, depending on how it turns out.
     
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    ياخوي ما نشرو عنها بشوف انا الياهوو وش قالو سلام عليكم
     
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    الخبير خبير

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    'Saddam' Tape Acknowledges Deaths of Sons
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    CAIRO, Egypt - A new audiotape attributed to Saddam Hussein (news - web sites) and broadcast Tuesday on Arab satellite station Al-Arabiya acknowledges the death of the ousted dictator's two sons last week

    The tape — the third attributed to Saddam this month — begins with a verse from the Quran. The speaker says Odai and Qusai, killed in a gunfight with U.S. forces in the northern Iraqi town of Mosul, would be martyrs in heaven.


    "Even if Saddam Hussein has 100 children other than Odai and Qusai, Saddam Hussein would offer them the same way," the voice on the tape said.


    "Thank God for what he destined for us, and honored us with their martyrdom for his sake," the speaker said in the broadcast, which was monitored in Cairo.


    The voice on the tape said it was recorded July 2003, but the exact date was not clear.


    Odai, 39, and Qusai, 37, were killed July 22 in a gunbattle with U.S. troops who surrounded a villa in the northern city of Mosul, directed there by an Iraqi tipster.


    The speaker called Odai and Qusai's deaths "good news, that is the hope of every fighter for God's sake, as another group of noble souls of the martyrs have ascended to their creator."


    The speaker also referred to Mustafa, Qusai's teenage son who also was killed in the six-hour gunfight.


    "Odai, Qusai, and Mustafa died in Jihad field ... in a brave battle with the enemy.


    "The aggression armies surrounding them with all kinds of weapons and ground troops were not able to conquer them until they used their warplanes on the house that they were in," the speaker said.


    The voice said Odai and Qusai died "for the sake of God, the nation, the people."


    The last audio recording attributed to Saddam was broadcast by Al-Arabiya on July 23 and claimed to have been recorded July 20. U.S. intelligence officials said it was probably authentic.


    The other recording said Saddam was speaking on July 14 and referred to the new Governing Council of Iraq (news - web sites). U.S. intelligence officials said that recording also was probably authentic and was further evidence that Saddam survived the war.