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شعر شعبي ليبي... قصيدة مطرودين الغالي منه

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نورالدين محمد

القصيدة الي الشاعر يونس المسماري من منطقة الابيار وخذا عليها جائزة الفاتح
للشعر الشعبي وفي رد على القصيدة وراس البيت ايقول تكذب يا بو كاط وشنة يادم
لنا يادم ما انطرد من الجنة
ayman balha

هذا يونس المسماري ,, وواضحه جدا والقصيده مشهوره حتى اللهجه واضحه جداً ,, لا
تنسبوا القصيد لغير صاحبه
kindheartedable

ياخوي أخطأت فالقصيده هي إحدى قصائد الشاعر يونس المسماري وهو أحد شعراء مدينة
بنغازي واحد أشهر قصائد الطبيله. أتمنى تحري أسم الشاعر بدقه قبل نسب الشعر
لغير صاحبه وهذا لا يقلل من مكانة شعراء بن وليد الكبار.
alsibbae ali

الشاعر مش من بني وليد ..لكن ليش ما نقدروش نديروا قصيده زيها او احسن منا
...شورك ما تعرفناش يا خونا...الله ايسامحك ما عليك ملام
yasirborw

واللهى كذبت ايها الشخص من بن وليد عندما قلت هذه القصيده من جهه طرابلس فانتم
لاتسطيعون نسج مثل هذه القصيده
محمد الأخضر

مش مشكلة يا شباب ، اهم شي القصيدة رائعة و ليبية


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News Report:


Saudi Arabia announces jump in new cases of deadly MERS virus

RIYADH - Saudi Arabia confirmed 20 new cases of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) on Saturday and Sunday, adding up to 49 infections in six days, a sudden increase of a disease that kills about a third of the people infected and has no cure.

MERS, a SARS-like novel coronavirus that emerged in Saudi Arabia two years ago, has infected 244 people in the kingdom, of whom 76 have died, the Health Ministry said on its website.

However, Health Minister Abdullah al-Rabia on Sunday told reporters there was no scientific evidence yet to justify ordering additional preventative measures such as travel restrictions.

He said he did not know why there had been a surge of cases in Jeddah but said it might be part of a seasonal pattern since there was also a big rise in infections last April and May.

Another cluster of cases has been detected in the United Arab Emirates and a Malaysian who was recently in the Gulf has been confirmed as infected, his country said.

MERS has no vaccine or anti-viral treatment, but international and Saudi health authorities say the disease, which originated in camels, does not transmit easily between people and may simply die out.

Health experts have warned, however, that MERS has the potential to mutate eventually.

The number of officially confirmed Saudi cases has jumped suddenly over the past two weeks.

Saudi authorities last week issued several statements aimed at reassuring the public that there was no immediate cause for concern at the latest outbreak and that it had not met international definitions of an epidemic.

Rabia said the ministry had invited five European and North American companies to work with it in developing a vaccine and that some of the companies would soon visit the kingdom.

Saudi Arabia, the birthplace of Islam, is expected to receive a surge of pilgrims in July during the faith's annual fasting month of Ramadan, followed by millions more in early October for the Haj.

New infections

Last week Malaysian health authorities said a Malaysian citizen had been confirmed as having the disease after he returned from pilgrimage in Saudi Arabia.

Rumours of unreported cases have circulated on Saudi social media feeds in recent weeks. Last week, the kingdom's cabinet asked Saudi news organisations to report only those cases that are officially confirmed by the Health Ministry.

Most of the new infections are in Saudi Arabia's port city of Jeddah, where 37 people have been infected since Monday, seven of them fatally. Another 10 new cases, one of them fatal so far, were discovered in the capital Riyadh. There were also new cases confirmed in Najran Province and the city of Medina.

Last week, another cluster of cases was discovered in the neighbouring United Arab Emirates, and Yemen reported its first case.

Separately, the UAE state news agency WAM said late on Saturday that it had recorded 12 new cases of coronavirus infections that were discovered during "routine checks" on people who had come into contact with infected individuals.

WAM quoted the health authority as saying that the patients were being kept in hospital and "did not pose a danger to the public or to patients". It expected the patients to be rid of the MERS virus within 10 to 14 days. — Reuters





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