Friday, October 12, 2007

Eid Fitr 2008 Mabrouk !

To all Libyan bloggers and their friends!


Friday, July 13, 2007

نتاشج الثانوية العامه

السلام عليكم ورحمة الله وبركاته

إلي جميع من لذيه إبن أو قريب أو قريبه في الثانوية العامه

السنة الثانية - الثالثة- الرابعة

ماعليه فقط إلا كتابة رقم الجلوس و إيجاد النتيجة هنا

مع تحياتي للجميع
وتمنياتي للجميع بالنجاح

Friday, July 06, 2007

It is done... Museums in Libya 2.0!

Dear Ly Hubbers, after several months of intense and exciting work and your extremely appreciated collaboration, the project Museums in Libya 2.0 is already available on the Internet.

From now on everybody will be able to enjoy the wonderful Libyan museums strolling through the interactive map, where finding information on each museum provided by people like you, our collaborators and Social Web users. Do not forget consulting our wiki and updating it with new data. Besides, you can collaborate sharing your photos of Libyan museums including them in our group in Flickr, e-artcasting.

At this moment we leave you with the presentation we have made to present the project on next July 11 at the Medialab of Madrid (Spain,) within the encounter: New Art Dynamics in Web 2 mode. In the meanwhile, you can consult the references of the project in lamusediffuse's account. We hope meeting you there!

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Monday, June 25, 2007

DEG in Toothpaste from China

DEG in Toothpaste from China

updated June 22, 2007
Topics on this Page
List of Toothpaste Products
Recalled Toothpaste Products
News Updates
What Is FDA Doing?
How Do I Report a Toothpaste Complaint?
FDA has found a poisonous chemical, diethylene glycol (DEG), in certain toothpastes imported from China. The agency increased its scrutiny and testing of imported toothpaste and dental products after receiving reports in late May 2007 of contaminated Chinese dental products found in several countries, including Panama.
The agency is warning consumers to avoid using tubes of toothpaste labeled as made in China and, through an import alert, is stopping all suspect toothpaste from entering the United States. FDA continues to investigate this problem and will take further action, as appropriate, to address this important public safety issue. View News Updates
List of Toothpaste Products
FDA has identified the following brands of toothpaste from China that have been found to contain a poisonous chemical called diethylene glycol (DEG). The products typically are sold at low-cost, “bargain” retail outlets.
Manufacturer: Goldcredit International Enterprises LTD Products: (MainStar America, Selective Imports, Donnamax)
Dr. Cool Coolmint
Superdent Coolmint
Cooldent Coolmint
Cooldent Spearmint
Cooldent Fluoride
Everfresh Assortment
Dentakleen Junior Brand - Strawberry
Dentakleen Junior Brand - Blueberry
Manufacturer: Gold Credit International Trading Co LTD Products:
Bright Max Peppermint Flavor
Clean Rite Toothpaste
Clean Rite Toothpaste Kit
Oralmax Extreme Action Kit
Oral Bright Fresh Spearmint Flavor
DentaKleen Junior
Manufacturer: Suzhou City Jinmao Daily Chemicals Co. Ltd. Product: (Gold City Enterprises/New Star, Miami, FL)
ShiR Fresh Mint Fluoride Paste
ShiRFresh Toothpaste
ShiRFresh Mint
ShiRFresh Ice Mint
Manufacturer Shanghai Light Industrial Products:Freshh Spearmint (Following up with Mandalay International, Ogden, UT)
MFR Unknown:Crescent Toothpaste (Dollar Ocean #4, Wheaton, MD and H&Y Trading Co, Capitol Heights, MD)Naturabella nino Dusanzo (Certejenas Inc., Cidra, PR)
FDA has identified the following counterfeit products:
Manufacturer: Unknown
counterfeit toothpaste falsely packaged as "Colgate," manufactured in South Africa
counterfeit tooth gel falsely packaged as "Colgate," manufactured in South Africa (may not contain DEG)
Recalled Toothpaste Products
MainStar America, LLC Issues Urgent Voluntary Nationwide Recall of Toothpaste (June 13, 2007)
MS USA Trading, Inc. Recalls "Colgate Toothpaste" Because of Possible Health Risk (June 13, 2007)
Pitusa, National Lumber, Everything To Weight, Supermarkets and Supermarkets Pitusa Recalls Dentakleen, BrightMax, DentaPro, and Dentakleen Junior Toothpastes (June 8, 2007)
Gold City Enterprise Recalls ShiR Toothpastes (June 8, 2007)
News Updates
Update: Counterfeit Toothpaste Falsely Labeled as “Colgate” (June 15, 2007)
Update: MainStar America initiated a nationwide recall of toothpaste made in China. The recall was initiated because the products may contain the poisonous chemical diethylene glycol. Consumers who have one of the recalled products should stop using the product, return the product to the store where it was purchased, or throw the product away. See the Firm's press release for a list of product lot numbers associated with this recall. (June 15, 2007)
Update: The Colgate-Palmolive Company warned that counterfeit toothpaste falsely packaged as "Colgate" has been found in several dollar-type discount stores in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Maryland. There are indications that the product does not contain fluoride and may contain diethylene glycol. Consumers who suspect they may have purchased a counterfeit product can call Colgate's toll-free number 1-800-468-6502. Press Release -- Counterfeit Colgate Toothpaste Found (June 14, 2007).
Update: MS USA Inc. of North Bergen, New Jersey initiated a recall of counterfeit Colgate toothpaste that FDA has determined is contaminated with DEG. Press Release -- Firm Recall (June 13, 2007)
Update: Gold City Enterprise LLC of Hallandale, Florida initiated a nationwide recall of toothpaste made in China because the products may contain the poisonous chemical diethylene glycol (DEG), a substance used in antifreeze and as a solvent. The substance is a central nervous system depressant and potent kidney and liver toxin. See the company's news release for a listing of the lot numbersfor the recalled products. Additionally, Pitusa, National Lumber, Everything to Weight, Supermarkets and Supermarkets Pitusa of Carolina, Puerto Rico recalled all dental toothpaste with the origin "Made in China" due to possible contamination with DEG. The recall includes the following product sizes with dental brushes, 6.4 oz, 1.76 oz, and 50 grams for children. See the Pitusa, National Lumber's news release for the various names under which the recalled products are sold. (June 13, 2007)
FDA Advises Consumers to Avoid Toothpaste From China Containing Harmful Chemical (June 1, 2007) (En Español)
Toothpaste Imported From China May Contain Diethylene Glycol (Medwatch, June 1, 2007)
Import Alert #66-74, "Detention without Physical Examination of Dentifrice Products Containing Diethylene Glycol (DEG) (May 31, 2007)
FDA Advises Manufacturers to Test Glycerin for Possible Contamination (May 4, 2007)
Transcripts of FDA Press Conference on Toothpaste from China that Contains DEG
June 1, 2007 [pdf, 180 KB]

Tuesday, June 12, 2007

Miracles of Islam

Miracles of Islam.
Best wishs for all.

Libyan song ( Elahli vs Eletihad)

Funny Song,i realy liked it.
Just smile.

Saturday, June 09, 2007

من اجل فلسطين

اليوم علمت من القلب الشجاع بمظاهرة إحتجاج ضد الحكومة الاسرائيلية وضد الإحتلال الإسرائيلي لفلسطين

وإلتقينا هناك وقمنا بالمشاركة مع المتظاهرين و إلتقط بعض الصور

وألمني أننا نحن العرب لا نملك الحرية للخروج من أنفسنا وبدون ضغط من حكوماتنا بالخروج في مسيرات سلمية ضد الإحتلال الاسرائيلي وكلنا فخر بخروجنا في هكذا مسيرات منظمة و كاسبة للرأي العام

مع تحياتي

Sunday, May 13, 2007

Museums in Libya: Call for Help

Dear friends,

At e-artcasting we continue involved in a research to make Libyan museums visible online thanks to digital technologies and social software. Although Libya has fantastic museums, they are suffering from a pitiful lack of online visibility. This is something we want to palliate by using the possibilities of Web 2.0 tools and social collaboration.

Our project addresses two facts. The first one is the lack of information about museums in Libya available on the websites of related institutions, particularly on the AFRICOM’s one. The second fact is the apparent lack of museum websites in Libya. Thus, our final goal is achieving a reference document on Libyan Museums -focused on the specific example of the Jamahiriya Museum at Tripoli- and made it available online for researchers, professionals and people interested in Museums and Libyan Culture.

Till now and thanks to contributors like you we have been able to locate 12 museums on our map of Libya on the photo. Now, we want to polish this information and create an interactive map with all your photos. To achieve it, we need your collaboration.

We would really appreciate if you check in our Museums in Libya wiki the Libyan Museums List. Help us to add any additional information you could know on any museum in the list or about anyone still not in the list.

We also encourage you to share your photos on Libyan museums in our Flickr group, e-artcasting. We need you tagging photos on museums in Libya with, at least, this information,

  • Continent where the museum is
  • Country where the museum is
  • City, Town, or specific location where the museum is
  • Complete name of the museum
  • the tag “Museum”
  • the tag “Art” (in case of Art Museums)
Note that if there is any name composed by two or more words, like “Jamahiriya Museum,” you should write it between quotation marks. In addition to this, you can add all the tags at the same time by writing them, separated by commas, at the moment you drag them from your Organizer to e-artcasting pool. Please note that if not, we should revise them, one-by-one, which is very time-consuming.

If you have any video, article or any other kind of information; you can post them here at Ly-Hub, send it to our account with the tagg "for:e_artcasting" or contact us

Please, help us to spread the word and do not hesitate to make us any question. We are looking forward your collaboration!

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