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الجمعة 23 يناير 2009

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صحيفة ليبيا اليوم لسان حال سيف القذافي

نشرت صحيفة ليبيا اليوم الناطقة بلسان حال زيف القذافي خبر مفاده ان الصحف الانجليزية تعتذر لزيف الاسلام القذافي عن خبر نشرها حضوره لحفل رأس السنة وبعد تقصي الحقائق من طرفنا تبين ان ليبيا اليوم اتخذت بمبدء  لاتقربو الصلاة بدون اكمال الاية الكريمة فقد قامت صحيفة ليبيا اليوم نشر نصف الخبر مشوهاً بدون توخي الصدق والامانة.

لم تنشر الصحف  اعتذاراً بل تصحيحاً للخبر فقد تبين لصحيفة ديلي نيوز ان المعتصم وليس سيف الاسلام هو من  رعي  الحفل ودفع المبالغ المذكورة وكان برفقته الساعدي وقد دفعا مبلغ 1 مليون دولار للمغنية الامريكية ماريا كاري رسوم 3 او 4 اغاني.

اختلطت الاسماء علي الصحف الاجنبية ولكن بالنسبة لنا يبقي الحاج موسي هو موسي الحاج وتبقي هي نفس اموال الشعب الليبي ارقاد الريح يبعزقها ابناء القذافي علي عاهراتهم ولياليهم الحمراء.

ارفق اليكم  الخبر وتصحيحه بدون اعتذارات من الصحيفة حسب ما نقلته الصحيفة المعنية كما ارفق الرابط لمن رغب التأكد :

Rush & Molloy

Big payday for Mariah Carey after New Year's performance on St. Bart's

Updated Saturday, January 10th 2009, 5:44 PM

Mariah Carey is available for parties — provided you have the green.

One of the sons of Libyan strongman Moammar Khadafy paid Miss Mimi a small fortune to sing at his New Year’s Eve party in St. Barths, according to sources.

Our spies initially said the host was Saif Khadafy. Turns out that Saif, who’s been instrumental in the compensation of past terrorism victims and is often called “the new face of Libya,” was not on St. Barths but rather in Asia.

According to several party guests, the Nikki Beach bash was hosted by Saif’s younger brother, Moatessem-Billah Khadafy, a lieutenant colonel in his father’s army.

Moatessem, who with his brother, Saadi, reportedly recruited Enrique Iglesias to perform at their 2006 New Year’s bash on St. Barths, is said to have paid Carey as much as $1 million to sing three or four songs.

A Khadafy spokesman declined to say whether Moatessem hosted the elegant blowout. Carey’s rep said she didn’t know whether the “Glitter” star was paid, but noted that Carey gave big-time to charity this Christmas.

The Grammy winner certainly seemed to be having fun with hubby Nick Cannon. Continuing to contradict pregnancy rumors, Carey wore a tight dress that didn’t give a hint of a bulge. She also downed one glass after another of Champagne, having gobbled a dozen raw oysters — a prenatal no-no — a few days earlier.

After counting down the seconds to midnight, Carey turned over the mike to Timbaland, who was also said to have received a cool mil. (His wife, Monique, declined to comment on his contract.)

Among those enjoying the show were Jay-Z, there with the lovely Beyoncé. “I’ve never seen Jay and Beyoncé having such a good time,” says a spy. “They were hugging and waving their arms. It was out of control.” (Beyoncé, too, was drinking Champagne, tummy-watchers.)

Also partying hard was Mr. 007, Daniel Craig, who worked up a mighty sweat dancing with girlfriend Satsuki Mitchell at art dealer Larry Gagosian’s party earlier in the week. Go-Go flew in the Kings of Leon for the bash.

Among those making the rounds were Eddie Murphy (with a well-upholstered brunette girlfriend), Marc Jacobs (holding a rose between his teeth at one fete), Jon Bon Jovi (taking a break with wife Dorothea from the documentary he’s making about his band), Ron Perelman (all over his psychiatrist girlfriend, Anna Chapman), Amy Smart, Russell Simmons, Jeff Gordon, Andre Balazs and L.A. Reid.

The financial meltdown showed its ripples at seaside restaurants where tables were easier to come by. Meanwhile, on Mustique, where Michael Douglas and Mick Jagger toned their tans, there was no sign of hedge-fund chief Walter Noel, the single biggest victim of accused scammer Bernard Madoff. Could be that Noel and his family didn’t want to face Mustique pals whom they’d given the “privilege” of investing with Madoff.

“People who got burned are mad,” says an insider.

While Noel rented out his Mustique villa, Yemanja, next to Tommy Hilfiger’s, the buzz is that he’ll soon put it on the market.

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