Tuesday, September 6, 2011

Same Picture of Lady Diana

Gorgeous and popular Lady Diana, the princess of wales; same style picture of her showed on the different places, even on the time magazine's front page !

Friday, June 17, 2011

Queen Elizabeth with popular personalities

queen elizabeth of united kingdom with the pope.

queen elizabeth of england with the president of united states of america barack obama and his wife michelle robinson obama in a happy mood.

queen elizabeth with the king of saudi arabia shah faisal.

Thursday, June 16, 2011

How plastic surgery changed the face of Michael Jackson

michael jackson leaving the santa barbara county court house on the 3rd of june 2005, in california as jury deliberations on jackson's child sex trial began.

testifies in santa barbara county superior court, on 13th of november 2002 in santa maria california as part of $21million lawsuit with his long time promoter.

michael jackson to give a lecture, and launch his global initiative for children heal the kids.

a masked michael jackson arriving at the oxford union on the march 2001.

michael jackson poses on the red carpet during the rainbowPUSH coalition los angeles 10th annual awards on the 8th of november, 2007.

a 29 year old michael jackson poses on the 15th september 1987.


michael jackson as appeared in january 1978 during filming of the wiz, a reinterpretation of the wizard of oz set in new york.

face of young michael jackson as he appeared in the era of jackson five and their discovery at famous apollo theatre in harlem.

michael jackson as he appeared in 1997 at the pantages theatre in los angeles, california.

Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Michael Jackson around the year 1984

michael jackson in big black glasses in the year 1984.

michael jackson at the grammy awards ceremony with quincy jones in 1984.

michael jackson and brooke shields in december of 1984.

emmanuel lewis and michael jackson on 3rd november in 1983.

michael jackson smiling backstage with his 8th grammy award in los angeles in 1984.

Monday, June 13, 2011

Michael Jackson around the year 1975

the legendary michael jackson in his youth.

michael jackson in yellow jacket with silver design over a white shirt looking handsome.

michael jackson around 1975 happy and young.

michael in his very popular brownish jacket and in his own style.

black and white photo of king of pop michael jackson.

michael with lots of ballons - a black and white but lovely picture of him.

Monday, May 2, 2011

Osama Bin Laden Killed !!

Osama Bin Laden:

Osama bin Mohammed bin Awad bin Laden (March 10, 1957 – May 2, 2011), member of the wealthy Saudi bin Laden family and the founder of the jihadist organization al-Qaeda died last night at 10:30 PM (EDT) in a 40 minute firefight in Abbottabad, Pakistan and this news is confirmed by the U.S. president Barack Obama himself as ABC News has reported that the body has been identified by the DNA testing, but reuters reports that the Bin Laden's body has been identified using facial recognition techniques. However, nothing is confirmed yet as it's too early to say anything but his body is already been buried at sea less than a day after his death according to the Islamic traditions.

leader of al qaeda osama bin laden is dead..

the map of pakistan showing the place where bin laden was killed in the united states special forces operation.

united states president barack obama revealing the news of the death of usama bin laden officially.

osama bin laden sitting.

osama bin laden killed in abbotabad, pakistan.

famous pakistani columnist hamid mir interviewing osama bin laden.

osama bin laden speaking up with a mic.

International Response on the death of Osama Bin Laden:

Afghanistan – President of Afghanistan Hamid Karzai said “It’s wonderful. It’s great news,” elaborating that bin Laden has "been one of the key enemies of humanity, civilization, and it’s really been a major problem for the human race."

Australia – Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard said "Osama bin Laden declared war on innocent people and today he has paid the price for that declaration," Julia Gillard welcomed news of bin Laden's death, saying it was "a small measure of justice", but stated that the "War on Terror is not over", and "must be continued".

Austria – Austrian Foreign Minister Michael Spindelegger welcomed the news, calling it "a relief for many people", but warned that it must not be interpreted as a "final victory over terrorism."

Canada – Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper said that the death of Osama bin Laden "secures a sense of justice for the families of the 24 Canadians murdered" (on September 11, 2001) and said that "Canada receives the news of the death of Osama bin Laden with sober satisfaction."

European Union – the President of the European Parliament, Jerzy Buzek said, "We have woken up in a more secure world."

France - French Foreign Minister Alain Juppé said on state radio that bin Laden's death is a "victory for all democracies fighting the abominable scourge of terrorism." He went on to say, "France, the United States and European states work closely together to fight terrorism, so I'm overjoyed at the news."

Germany – German Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle said, "That a stop could be put to this terrorist's bloody trade is good news for all free-living and free-thinking people in the world."

India – Minister for Home Affairs P. Chidambaram said that Osama bin Laden hiding "deep inside" Pakistan was a matter of grave concern for India and showed that "many of the perpetrators of the Mumbai terror attacks, including the controllers and the handlers of the terrorists who actually carried out the attack, continue to be sheltered in Pakistan." He also called on Pakistan to arrest them.

Iran - Alaeddin Boroujerdi, head of the Iranian Parliament's foreign policy commission, stated, "If it is true, then the killing of bin Laden 10 years after the September 11 incident is no big deal."

Israel – Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said that bin Laden's death was a "resounding triumph for democratic nations fighting terrorism."

Italy – Prime Minister of Italy Silvio Berlusconi said of bin Laden's killing "This is a great outcome in the fight against evil, in the fight against terrorism, a great outcome for the United States and for all democracies."

Kenya – Kenyan Prime Minister Raila Odinga said "It's a major achievement in the war against terrorism."

Libya - Libyan rebel Air Force Colonel Ahmed Omar Bani stated that "We are very happy and we are waiting for the next step. We want the Americans to do the same to Gaddafi."

Malaysia – Home Minister Hishammuddin Hussein says he hopes that the death of bin Laden would help bring universal peace and harmony.

New Zealand – New Zealand Prime Minister John Key stated that "the world is a safer place without Osama bin Laden", but "bin Laden's death may not mean an end to terrorism".

Netherlands – Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte praises the courage and the determination that people showed during the mission. He further says that this is a major blow to the Al-Queda network. He has presented his compliments to President Obama but also said this is not the end of terrorism.

Norway – Norwegian Foreign Minister Jonas Gahr Støre called the death of Osama bin Laden "a break-through in the fight against terror," but insisted that the threat from al-Qaida remained.

Pakistan – Prime Minister of Pakistan Yousaf Raza Gillani has stated "We will not allow our soil to be used against any other country for terrorism and therefore I think it's a great victory, it's a success and I congratulate the success of this operation."

Palestinian Authority – "Getting rid of Bin Laden is good for the cause of peace worldwide but what counts is to overcome the discourse and the methods - the violent methods - that were created and encouraged by Bin Laden and others in the world," said spokesman Ghassan Khatib.

Poland – The Ministry of Foreign Affairs said, "Justice may be done. Congratulations to Allies. We are pleased with the American people."

Philippines – The Philippine National Police described bin Laden's death as "a victory for all peace loving citizens and a major blow to terrorists and terrorism." Authorities in the Philippines believe that there are people who are linked to bin Laden's al-Qaeda network and may commit a retaliation attack.

Russia – "Russia was among the first countries to face the dangers inherent in global terrorism, and unfortunately knows what al Qaeda is not from hearsay," the Kremlin said. "Retribution will inevitably reach all terrorists."

Singapore – The Ministry of Foreign Affairs said, "the killing of Osama bin Laden [...] is a significant milestone in the struggle against international terrorism."

Sweden – Swedish Foreign Minister Carl Bildt wrote a tweet saying that "A world without Osama Bin Laden is a better world. His hatred was a threat to us all."

Turkey – President Abdullah Gul said that bin Laden's death "should teach a lesson that the leader of the world's most dangerous and sophisticated terrorist organization is captured this way."

United Kingdom – UK Prime Minister David Cameron said that bin Laden's death would "bring great relief" around the Western world.

Vatican City - Vatican spokesman Fr. Federico Lombardi said that while Christians "do not rejoice" over a death, Osama's death serves to remind them of "each person's responsibility before God and men," expressing hope that Osama's death "would not be an occasion for more hate, but for peace." The Vatican went on to say that Osama bin Laden must answer to God for having killed an innumerable number of people and exploiting religion.

Yemen – A Government official described Bin Laden' death as "a truly historic moment". "We welcome the news ... millions of people will sleep in peace tonight, Osama bin Laden was more of a symbolic figure, a spiritual leader for al Qaeda. But this is definitely a strong blow to the organization," said the official, who did not want to be named because he is not authorized to talk to the media."

Friday, April 29, 2011

The Royal Wedding of Prince William of Wales and Catherine Middleton on Friday, the 29th of April 2011

The prince of wales william and the catherine middleton are now duke and duchess of cambridge married today (29th april 2011) with 1900 guests including popular personalities invited at the Buckingham palace.

view of the inside of the church from the top.

two brothers, his royal highness prince william and prince harry going for the wedding ceremony.

they wave to cheer the people who waited for them on the way to the queen's residence.

the wedding cake for the royal wedding being prepared by the world's famous bakers.

william and catherine on the balcony of the backingham palace for the first time in public waving with cheers to their fans.

the prince and his wife passing by the crowd of their supporters.

the millions of people waiting for a glimpse of the new princess and prince.

the happily just married couple going to the buckingham palace to appear on the balcony.

the gorgeous kate middleton arrives at royal wedding.

the royal family arriving in the west minister abbey most prominently seen are the queen eliazabeth, duke philip, their son prince charles with his second wife camilla parker.

the flags of united kingdom in theair raised by the crowd of fans which was gathered to see the wedding live.

the crowd of over excited people of every age from every country gathered at the buckingham palace.

the couple sitting in a corner while performing the wedding duties.

the couple performing the wedding services in the west minister abbey the 700 old cathederal.

the gorgeous kate in her wedding dress with the net on her face and waving to cheer up people.

the brothers all ready for the wedding going in the cathedral for the services.

the beautiful church from inside with eye soothing greenery.

queen dressed beautifully in her yellow gown with hat and purse on the wedding of her grandson the son of lady diana prince william.

prince william and kate middleton carriage procession.

the chief guests sitting on their front seats.

prince william and kate as they arrive the buckingham palace.

prince william and catherine middleton after their engagement and before their wedding.

newly married couple leaving the westminister abbey with william's brother harry and kate's sister phillipa middleton in the background talking happily with each other.

kate's sister phillipa middleton carrying her veil behind the couple.

prince william having difficulty in puttng the ring in kate's finger.

kate and william with the beautiful and expensive wedding ring.

kate and her father arriving at the west minister abbey in their 250,000 punds rolls royce.

google's logo changed for the wedding of prince william of wales and catherine middleton.

finally the william and kate's wedding invitation revealed with was written with the gold water.

kate arriving with her father as the william and harry are already waiting for her.

even youtube's logo changed for the royal wedding of prince william of wales and catherine middleton.

crazy fans slept in the night there before the wedding to capture the best front place.

congratulations message for the newly married couple for a happy married life ahead.

catherine middleton arrives with her hand resting on her father michael's and her sister pippa middleton taking her veil.

fashion icon catherine middleton on her wedding day looking gorgeous and happy.

catherine as she arrives in the west minister abbey in her awesome dress on her wedding day on friday 29th of april 2011.

catherine and william after wedding going from the cathederal with kate's sister holding the veil in back ground with the william's brother harry.

as the couple appears on the traditional balcony of the buckingham palace after their marriage took place.

all the royal procession passing by the fans in the carriage with black horses.

catherine middleton and prince william kissing for the first time in public after their royal wedding in the morning.