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رقص مخانيث من اهل اللواط في استراحة الطائف

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تم تعديل العنوان - لاحد يزعل من اخواننا السنة

رقص جنوس ثالث في استراحه الطائف

تم تعديل العنوان - لاحد يزعل من اخواننا السنة

رقص جنوس ثالث في استراحه الطائف

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sapxsap

وين الهيئة عنهم ولا فالحين بس مع البنات !!!
islamimane

إتقي الله كلنا نسبح لإلاه واحد وكلنا مسلمون فلا تجعنا موضع سخرية للغرب
ولأعداء الإسلام
Jehad Alghalban

الى جميع اخواننا المسلمين مع العلم ان جميع الذين يرقصون هم شباب ذكوره
ولايوجد بهم نساء وهؤلاء الذين يشبهون النساء هم رجال مخنثون من الجنس الثالث
ويريدون اوقاع الفتنه بين الاخوه المسلمين مع بعض ونتمنى من الله ان يحفظ
المسلمين سنه وشيعه
islamimane

إتقي الله كلنا نسبح لإلاه واحد وكلنا مسلمون فلا تجعنا موضع سخرية للغرب
ولأعداء الإسلام
mamunism

ما علاقة أهل السنة أو الشيعة بهذه الأمور ؟ ومنذ متى كان الرقص من شعائر
السنة أو الشيعة ؟ عيوب الجميع كثيرة ولا داعي لحشر الدين فيها .
XsPSP

و أولاً الحمدلله أنا لا أحضر هل الامور الوسخة والقبيحة ثانياً : انا وضعت
هذا المقطع لكي يعرف الناس ماذا يفعلون اهل السنة في حفلاتهم وهذا الحق للكل
أن يعرف


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News Report:


South Korea ferry captain arrested, divers enter ship

(Updated 4 a.m.) JINDO - The captain of a South Korean ferry that capsized three days ago was reportedly arrested early Saturday, as divers overcame strong currents and near zero visibility to enter the submerged vessel for the first time.

A team of police and prosecutors had sought on Friday arrest warrants for Lee Joon-Seok, 52, and two of his crew without specifying charges, the coastguard had said, after the incident that left 28 people confirmed dead and another 268 still missing.

On Saturday the Yonhap news agency reported that Lee was in custody and faced five charges, including negligence of duty and violation of maritime law.

Yonhap said a local court in Mokpo had issued arrest warrants for him and two other crew members, citing the possibility that they may flee or destroy evidence.

Earlier, prosecutors said Lee had handed the helm to his third officer before the ferry capsized.

Three days after the sinking, relatives were clinging to increasingly slim hopes that some may have survived in air pockets.

The unfolding tragedy was compounded by the apparent suicide of a high school vice principal who had been rescued from the 6,825-tonne Sewol that sank Wednesday morning with hundreds of his students trapped inside.

The breakthrough by dive teams in finally accessing the ship came more than 48 hours after the 6,825-tonne Sewol went down -- a delay that has incensed the relatives of those still unaccounted for.

After several attempts, two divers managed to pry open a door and enter the cargo section on Friday afternoon, a senior coastguard official said.

Hours later another two-man team accessed one of the cabins, but found nothing.

Search through the night

"The search operation will continue through the night," the official said.

"Visibility is almost non-existent. You can hardly see your hand in front of you face," said one diver when he returned to the harbor at nearby Jindo island.

Of the 475 people on board the Sewol, only 179 were rescued and no new survivors have been found since Wednesday.

Three giant, floating cranes reached the rescue site, but regional coastguard commander Kim Soo-Hyun stressed they would not begin lifting the multi-deck ferry until they were sure there were no survivors inside.

"I want to be clear: There won't be any salvage work done against the will of the families," Kim aid.

More than 350 of the passengers were students from Danwon High School in Ansan city just south of Seoul.

Among those parents whose children were still missing there was bitter resentment at what they saw as the inadequacy of the official response.

"It's been two days but no one has been brought out alive," complained Lee Yong-Gi, whose son was unaccounted for.

"I firmly believe that the kids are alive. We need to rescue them as soon as possible. But officials are dragging their feet," Lee told AFP.

Guilt-wracked suicide note

Local police said they found the body Friday of Danwon High School vice-principal, Kang Min-Kyu, who had managed to escape the Sewol as it sank.

Multiple local media reports said he had been found hanging by his belt from a tree, and Yonhap news agency cited a suicide note police found in his wallet.

"Surviving alone is too painful... I take full responsibility," the note said.

Captain Lee and his 28 crew, most of whom survived the disaster, have been heavily criticized after reports that they were among the first to abandon ship.

"The captain was not in command when the accident took place," prosecutor Park Jae-Eok told a press briefing.

"It was the third officer who was steering the ship," he said.

The captain had apologized Thursday to the victims and their relatives, but offered no clear explanation for what caused the Sewol to capsize.

Tracking data from the Maritime Ministry showed that the ferry made a sharp turn just before sending its first distress signal.

Some experts believe a tight turn could have dislodged the heavy cargo manifest -- including more than 150 vehicles -- and destabilized the vessel, causing it to list heavily and then capsize.

But others suggested the turn might have been caused by a collision with a rock or other submerged object.

Chief prosecutor Lee Seong-Yoon stressed there was "no limit" to the range of the investigation.

"We will make sure... those responsible are sternly held accountable," Lee said.

As well as the cause of the disaster, investigators will be looking at why passengers were ordered to stay in their cabins and seats for up to 40 minutes after the ferry ran into trouble.

Furious relatives believe many more people would have escaped if they had reached evacuation points before the ship listed sharply and water started flooding in.

Newspaper editorials were scathing with the Dong-A Ilbo daily calling the rescue response "ludicrous".

"We have the world's finest shipbuilding industry in the 21st century, but our mindset is in the 19th century," the newspaper said. — Agence France-Presse





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