Question: Has Bush caused the US to be dangerously compromised?
The main Trend we have seen at Maravot News is that Bush's hostile policies worldwide have created new alliances among the EU, China, India, Russia, the Middle East and South America, with realignments away from the US. His mismanagement in diplomacy, wars, disasters and economics reflects an incompetence perhaps unparalleled in US history. Mel Copeland
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8.27.06 Fox Gaza reporters freed, say forced to "convert"
GAZA (Reuters) August 27 Militants in the Palestinian Gaza Strip freed two kidnapped journalists from the American Fox News Channel on Sunday after forcing them at gunpoint to say in a videotape they had converted to Islam. Correspondent Steve Centanni, a 60-year-old American, and New Zealand-born cameraman Olaf Wiig, 36, looked happy but tired after two weeks of captivity in the Palestinian coastal strip. A previously unknown group called the Holy Jihad Brigades had made a sweeping demand for the United States to free Muslim prisoners in exchange for the release of the men.
8.27.06 Iraq rebels kill 28 in bloody response to peace plan
BAGHDAD (AP) August 27 Iraqi insurgents sent a deadly reply to Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki's attempts to stitch his wounded country back together, killing at least 28 people in a series of gun and bomb attacks. One day after Maliki won a promise from tribal leaders to rein in Iraq's violent factions, bombers targeted the busy heart of Baghdad and a state-run newspaper seen as friendly to the government. Just north of the war-torn capital, the province of Diyala was once more the scene of bloody fighting between rival sectarian death squads: 11 civilians and a senior army officer were killed and three people were kidnapped Sunday. Insurgents also killed a US soldier in a roadside bomb attack southeast of Baghdad on Saturday, the military said, bringing the death toll since the March 2003 invasion to 2,619, according to AFP count based on Pentagon figures. [More>>turkishpress.com]
8.27.06 Top official says Iran might produce nuclear weapons
TEHRAN, August 26 A top Iranian official warned on Friday that Tehran may develop nuclear weapons as a ³preventative measure² against threats posed by the West. "The patience of the Iranian nation has a limit. If [the West] crosses this limit, our nation, which is very suspicious of the good will of Western countries, will force Majlis to ratify the law for Iran to withdraw from the nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty," Mohammad-Reza Bahonar, the deputy speaker of Iranıs Majlis, or Parliament, said on Friday.
8.27.06 Iran test-fires sub-to-surface missiles
TEHRAN (AP) August 27 A day after Ahmadinejad inaugurated a heavy-water plant that could be used to produce plutonium, Iran test-fired a sub-to-surface missile in the Persian Gulf. The missile was fired on Sunday during large-scale military exercises, state-run television reported. "The army successfully test-fired a top speed long-range sub-to-surface missile off the Persian Gulf," the Army's Navy commander, Gen. Sajjad Kouchaki, said on television. A brief video clip showed the missile, fired from a submarine, exiting the water and hitting a target on the surface of the water within a kilometer.
8.26.06 Iran enters production phase of heavy-water nuclear plant
August 26 Iran's President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad declared Saturday that his nation's nuclear program poses no threat to any other country, not even to Israel "which is a definite enemy." Ahmadinejad spoke after inaugurating a heavy-water production plant, which went into operation despite UN demands that Iran roll back its nuclear program. Teheran says is for peaceful purposes, but Western countries fear it could eventually be used to develop a nuclear bomb.
8.26.06 Saviour of Iraq's antiquities flees to Syria
August 26 Iraq's most prominent archaeologist has resigned and fled the country, saying the dire security situation, an acute shortage of funds, and the interference of supporters of the radical Shia cleric Moqtada al-Sadr had made his position intolerable. Donny George, who was president of the State Board of Antiquities and Heritage, achieved international recognition for his efforts to track down and recover the priceless antiquities looted from Iraq's National Museum in the mayhem that followed the fall of Baghdad in 2003. But this week he revealed that he had resigned and was in hiding with his family in the Syrian capital Damascus. In an interview with the Art Newspaper, Dr. George said Baghdad was now so dangerous that the National Museum, which houses a trove of Sumerian and Babylonian artefacts, had been sealed off by concrete walls to protect it from insurgent attacks and further looting.
8.26.06 Third Lebanese arrested in German bomb plot
BEIRUT, August 26 A Lebanese citizen was arrested in the North on Friday in connection with an alleged terrorist plot to blow up two trains in Germany on July 31, according to Lebanon's State Prosecutor Saeid Mirza. The Friday arrest was the fourth in the case so far. One other Lebanese suspect has been arrested in Lebanon, and one Lebanese and one Syrian suspect have been arrested in Germany. The men are suspected of planting bombs on passenger trains heading for Hamm, near Dortmund, and Koblenz on July 31. The homemade devices failed to detonate.
8.26.06 French soldiers, rebels killed in Afghan unrest
KABUL, August 26 Two French soldiers were killed in an ambush in eastern Afghanistan while separate airstrikes in the south killed 30 persons believed to be Taliban militants, including a known Taliban commander, military officials said Saturday. According to details, coalition forces killed a known Taliban commander and 15 other militants in a precision airstrike in Uruzgan, southern Afghanistan, Friday on the leadership of the extremist movement, a statement said...Military officials have agreed that the guerrilla-like insurgency has shown more sophistication this year, which has seen the worst violence since 2001. More than 1,500 people have been killed so far in 2006, in a rough estimate, with more than 1,000 of them rebels. [Full story>>thenews.com.pk ; See also khaleejtimes.ae, August 26, "Taleban commander, 31 others killed in Afghan fighting."]
8.26.06 Saudi says 34 militants seized in al Qaeda swoop
RIYADH (Reuters) August 26 Four militants arrested in the Saudi city of Jeddah this week were part of a group of 34 men rounded up in an effort to prevent a resurgence of al Qaeda violence, the Saudi interior ministry said on Saturday. The four Islamist radicals surrendered on Monday after Saudi security forces besieged the building where they had a apartment in the Red Sea port. "Security work led to the arrest of 34 people of different nationalities in Mecca, Medina, Riyadh and Jeddah because they belonged to the 'deviant group' and had links to escapees from the Malaz prison," a statement on official news agency SPA said. Officials have said that two of the men arrested on Monday were among seven people who escaped from the Malaz detention centre in Riyadh in June. [More>>thestar.com.my]
8.25.06 Italian FM: Harsh US approach to Mideast failed
ROME, August 25 If the planned multinational force in Lebanon succeeds, it might be possible to create a similar force for the Gaza Strip, Italian Foreign Minister Massimo D'Alema said in an interview with Haaretz. D'Alema said that America's aggressive approach to the Middle East, which Israel shares, has failed, and has caused serious damage. Now, he said, Italy and Europe must prove to Israelis that only international intervention can bring them security. D'Alema is considered the driving force behind Italy's decision to contribute 3,000 soldiers to a beefed-up UN Interim Force in Lebanon (UNIFIL), thereby making it the largest western contributor to the force.
8.25.06 Sadr's militia and the slaughter in the streets
BAGHDAD, August 25 In a grungy restaurant with plastic tables in central Baghdad, the young Mahdi Army commander was staring earnestly. His beard was closely cropped around his jaw, his face otherwise cleanshaven. The sleeves of his yellow shirt were rolled down to the wrists despite the intense late-afternoon heat. He spoke matter-of-factly: Sunni Arab fighters suspected of attacking Shiite Muslims had no claim to mercy, no need of a trial. "These cases do not need to go back to the religious courts," said the commander, who sat elbow to elbow with a fellow fighter in a short-sleeved, striped shirt. Neither displayed weapons. "Our constitution, the Koran, dictates killing for those who kill."
8.25.06 Pakistanis protest against law change
August 25 Religious conservatives have held protests in several Pakistani cities, vowing to resist government attempts to amend Islamic laws that liberals have long deemed unfair to women. The laws, one of which makes rape victims liable to prosecution for adultery unless they produce four male witnesses, were introduced by a military dictator in 1979 and have since drawn widespread criticism from rights activists.
8.25.06 China, Venezuela ink 8 agreements to boost bilateral ties
BEIJING (Xinhua) August 24 China and Venezuela on Thursday signed eight agreements on a range of issues, including two on expanding energy cooperation, pointing to stronger ties between the two countries. In the two agreements, the China National Petroleum Corp. (CNPC) and the PDVSA, the state-owned Venezuelan energy company, agreed to jointly develop Venezuelan oil fields, according to China's Foreign Ministry.
8.25.06 Israel must be brought to international tribunal: Chavez
BEIJING, August 25 Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez slammed Washington on Friday for opposing his bid for a UN Security Council seat and condemned Israel's strikes in Lebanon as comparable to the acts of Adolf Hitler. Chavez also said Venezuela wants to expand ties with China, giving Beijing a bigger role in its oil industry and drawing on the Chinese experience in modernizing the economy. President Hu Jintao on Thursday endorsed Venezuela's campaign for a Security Council seat. "The U.S. government has employed every means to block my country from joining the Security Council," Chavez told reporters during his six-day visit to China.
8.25.06 Turkish jets hit P.K.K. in northern Iraq
August 25 The Turkish Armed Forces (TSK) is continuing its operations against the terrorist PKK which is mainly based in northern Iraq. According to reports, Turkish F-16 jets took off from a military air base in Diyarbakir and bombed several PKK targets. In addition, operations continue in the mountainous regions of southeastern Turkey. [>turkishpress.com]
8.25.06 Insurgents kill seven as Iraq violence rages
BAGHDAD (AFP) August 25 Raging violence claimed seven more victims around Iraq Friday as Muslims from the bitterly divided Sunni and Shiite communities gathered in their respective mosques to pray for peace. Preachers at the mosques pleaded for an end to the violence, which has undermined the authority of Iraq's embattled national unity government. Iraq is in the grip of a dirty war between rival sectarian factions, while local security forces and the US military are battling to restore their authority in the lawless region in and around Baghdad.
8.25.06 US charges Hezbollah TV provider
August 25 A US businessman has been charged with offering broadcasts of Hezbollah's al-Manar satellite television station to customers in the New York-area. Javed Iqbal, originally from Pakistan, is accused by prosecutors of doing business with a terrorist entity. The Hezbollah Shia militia has been involved in a month-long conflict with Israeli forces in Lebanon and is seen as a terrorist group by the US. Mr. Iqbal's lawyers say his arrest violates his right to free speech. "It's like the government of Iran saying we are going to ban the New York Times because we think of it as a terrorist outfit, or China saying we will ban CNN," a spokesman for the law firm representing Mr. Iqbal told the Reuters news agency. [More>>bbc.co.uk]
8.25.06 Dutch regret arrest of Indians
MUMBAI (Reuters) August 25 The Dutch Ambassador to India has expressed regret for the arrest of 12 passengers whose India-bound plane was diverted to Amsterdam after their behavior triggered fears of a hijacking, Minister of State for External Affairs Anand Sharma said. The 12 men were, however, cleared of any wrongdoing and released and their families said they were victims of racial discrimination. The men were arrested on Wednesday from a US Northwest Airlines flight that was turned back to Amsterdam after they apparently behaved suspiciously. The Indian government said it was upset about the incident and had conveyed its views to the Dutch ambassador after he had been summoned to the Foreign Ministry.
8.25.06 Five executives are arrested in Japan
TOKYO, August 25 Five executives of the Mitutoyo Corporation, a precision instruments maker, were arrested today on suspicion of illegally exporting equipment to Malaysia that could be used in making nuclear weapons. Japanese television broadcast video images of police raiding the companyıs headquarters in the city of Kawasaki. A spokesman for the Tokyo Metropolitan Police said the president of the company, Kazusaku Tezuka, 67, and four other executives were taken into custody.
8.23.06 Video of kidnapped journalists released
JERUSALEM, August 23 Kidnappers of two Fox Television journalists taken while reporting from Gaza nine days ago released a videotape of the hostages and demanded that the U.S. government release Muslim prisoners from American jails within 72 hours. The videotape from an unknown group calling itself the Brigades of Holy Jihad shows American reporter Steve Centanni and cameraman Olaf Wiig, from New Zealand, looking fit and saying they have been "treated fairly well."
8.23.06 Dozen air passengers held at Schiphol
August 23 Dutch police have arrested 12 passengers from a Northwest Airlines flight heading to India which was forced to turn back to Amsterdam's Schipol airport. The Dutch defence ministry said the pilot decided to return to Schiphol after the crew had reported that several passengers on the flight to Mumbai were behaving suspiciously. The plane was escorted back to the airport by fighter jets. "Police took off a number of people on board and took them for questioning," the ministry said.
8.23.06 Canadian soldier among 16 killed in Afghanistan attacks
KANKAHAR, Afghanistan (AFP) August 23 A Canadian soldier died after a suicide blast in southern Afghanistan while NATO warplanes killed 11 Taliban in a nearby area that has seen months of battles, officials said Wednesday. In other violence Tuesday three Afghan civilians were killed by bombs apparently laid for NATO troops while another was shot by Canadian soldiers and later died after he broke through a security cordon after the suicide attack.
8.23.06 McCain faults Bush administration on Iraq
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) August 23 Republican Sen. John McCain, a staunch defender of the Iraq war, on Tuesday faulted the Bush administration for misleading Americans into believing the conflict would be "some kind of day at the beach." The potential 2008 presidential candidate, who a day earlier had rejected calls for withdrawing US forces, said the administration had failed to make clear the challenges facing the military.
8.23.06 'West support makes Pakistan seedbed of terror'
LONDON (PTI) August 23 Squarely blaming the West for backing Army regimes in Pakistan, former Premier Benazir Bhutto has said that its support for military leader Pervez Musharraf has made the country a 'seedbed of terrorism.'
8.23.06 Pirates sunk by Somali Islamists
August 23 Somalia's Islamist militia has taken control of a major base of piracy north of Mogadishu. The waters off the Horn of Africa has long been a dangerous region for shipping. Now, the militants said they will put an end to the seaborne threat. The West may have the better navy outfitted with all the newest high-tech toys but Islamist militias in Somalia seem to have the upper hand battling piracy. Last week, Somalia's Islamic Courts Union (ICU), which has spent months consolidating control over the southern part of the country, moved up the coast and took control of a town widely considered to be a base for piracy operations off the Horn of Africa. "The actions of the pirates were unlawful, unacceptable and un-Islamic," Sheikh Said Ali, an ICU official, told the AFP news agency. "Anybody suspected of aiding pirates or being among them will be punished according to Sharia law."
8.23.06 Al-Jazeera's tricky balancing act
DOHAR, Qatar, August 23 (David Ignatius editorial) What do people in the Middle East think five years after the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks? To get a quick snapshot, I paid a visit here to Ahmed Sheikh, the editor in chief of al-Jazeera television. It was reassuring, in a perverse way, that he views the situation in his region the same way that most Americans would as a dangerous mess.
8.23.06 India will retain right to conduct future nuclear tests: Manmohan
NEW DELHI (PTI) August 23 Ruling out any bilateral pact with the US that would put a cap on India's military nuclear programme, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said New Delhi will retain the sovereign rightı on deciding whether to carry out any atomic tests in the future despite the civil nuclear deal with Washington. He told the Lok Sabha that while the deal with the US would put India at par with five nuclear weapon states, there was a question markı on the issue of inter-changeability between military and civilian nuclear reactors as New Delhi does not have the status of a nuclear weapon state as per the NPT norms. [More>>expressindia.com]
8.23.06 Iran 'benefiting from war on terror'
August 23 Iran's influence in the Middle East has been bolstered by America's so-called war on terror, according to a new report. The report, by researchers at think-tank the Royal Institute for International Studies in London also known as Chatham House says: "There is little doubt that Iran has been the chief beneficiary of the war on terror in the Middle East. The United States, with Coalition support, has eliminated two of Iran's regional rival governments the Taliban in Afghanistan in November 2001 and Saddam Hussein's regime in Iraq in April 2003 but has failed to replace either with coherent and stable political structures."
8.23.06 Syria warns on peacekeepers
August 23 The Syrian president, Bashar Assad, today warned he would consider the deployment of international troops along the Lebanon-Syria border a hostile move towards his country. "First, this means creating hostile conditions between Syria and Lebanon," Mr. Assad told Dubai Television, according to excerpts released ahead of the interview's airing later tonight. "Second, it is a hostile move toward Syria and naturally it will create problems." Yesterday, the Israeli prime minister, Ehud Olmert, said Israel had no plans to lift its air and sea blockade on Lebanon until an international peacekeeping force took up positions along the Syrian border and at Beirut's airport. Israel has accused Syria of sending weapons into Lebanon to arm Hezbollah. [More>>guardian.co.uk ; See also haaretz.com, August 23, "Syria says will close border with Lebanon if UN troops deploy."]
8.22.06 Suspected Al-Qaeda militant arrested in Kuwait
KUWAIT CITY, August 22 Kuwaiti security forces have arrested a suspected militant who had been sentenced in absentia on charges of affiliation to a group linked to Al-Qaeda and involved in clashes with police, newspapers reported Tuesday. Hamad Nawaf al-Harbi, one of eight of the 37-member group who remained at large, was arrested Monday in Al-Farwaniya, five kilometers (three miles) south of Kuwait City, they quoted an interior ministry statement as saying. "The questioning of Harbi should lead to the arrest of the seven others" still on the run, the statement said. [More>>thenews.com.pk ; See related story, expressindia.com, August 22, "Militant killed in Mumbain, Pakistan link confirmed."]
8.22.06 Three suspects in Moscow market bombing confess to attack
MOSCOW (RIA Novosti) August 22 Three suspects detained over a bomb attack on a Moscow that killed 10 and injured 49 have confessed, prosecutor Yury Syomin said Tuesday. "All three detainees have given evidence, confessing [to the attack]. Their apartments have been searched and components of explosive devices found," he said. He said earlier that Ilya Tikhomirov and Oleg Kostyrev, who had planted the bomb, had been charged with the premeditated murder of two or more people on grounds of ethnic and racial hatred, while the third suspect, Valery Zhukovtsov, was supposed to cover their escape.
8.22.06 Italy to send up to 3,000 troops to Lebanon, largest pledge so far
August 22 Italy plans to contribute 2,000 to 3,000 troops to the UN peacekeeping force in Lebanon provided Israel does not violate the UN-brokered cease-fire. Italy is expected to lead the force and Foreign Minister Massimo D'Alema called on Tuesday for a special meeting of European Union foreign ministers as early as Friday in Brussels to sort out how many troops other EU nations would contribute. "How many boots [are there] from other countries? That's the answer that matters," said Defence Minister Arturo Parisi. D'Alema estimated that Italy's commitment the biggest so far by any nation would represent about one third of the total sent from Europe. [More>>haaretz.com ; See related story, Jerusalem Post, August 22, "Italy considers withholding troops."]
8.22.06 Israeli minister calls for talks with Syria
August 22 A senior Israeli minister suggested yesterday that, in the wake of its inconclusive war with Hezbollah, Israel should consider resuming peace negotiations with Syria. Avi Dichter, the Internal Security Minister, told the army radio station that, in exchange for peace, Israel could return the strategic Golan Heights, conquered in the 1967 war. He noted that Israel had paid similar territorial prices for treaties with Egypt and Jordan. "Any political process is preferable to a military-fighting process," Mr. Dichter, a former head of the Shin Bet security service, said. "Syria is a very significant country." [More>>independent.co.uk]
8.22.06 First witnesses heard in Saddam trial
August 22 The genocide trial against Saddam Hussein and six other co-defendants has heard from Kurdish villagers who gave testimony on the impact of Operation Anfal in northern Iraq.
8.22.06 Raids revealed bomb-making equipment and martyr videos
August 22 Two month-old baby are among eleven people charged yesterday over an alleged plot to blow up aircraft flying from Britain to America. Eight of the eleven are charged with two offences of conspiracy to murder and the new offence of preparing acts of terrorism that was introduced after the July 7 London bombings. The other three have been charged with other offences under the Terrorism Act 2000, including failing to give police information which might have prevented a terror act. [More on the suspects and charges>>timesonline.co.uk]
8.22.06 Muslim pilot reveals shock at being ordered off flight
August 22 A British Muslim airline pilot yesterday described the "humiliating" moment when he was hauled off a transatlantic flight just before take-off. Amar Ashraf, 28, who was born in Wrexham, North Wales, said he felt "demoralized and humiliated" after being told to leave the flight from Manchester to Newark by a stewardess, and then being questioned by armed police. He believes his removal was down to having a "Muslim-sounding name."
8.21.06 British night-vision equipment found in Hezbollah bunkers: report
LONDON (Xinhua) August 21 Military night-vision equipment that were apparently made in Britain were found by Israeli troops in Hezbollah command bunkers in southern Lebanon, a British newspaper reported on Monday. The Israeli government made representations to Britain after it was revealed that Britain had sold 250 night-vision systems to Iran in 2003 for use against drug smugglers, The Times said. Each equipment was stamped "made in Britain," the report said.
8.21.06 Saddam threatens prosecutor over rape claim
BAGHDAD (AFP) August 21 A furious Saddam Hussein warned he would "hunt down" his prosecutor on Monday after being accused over the alleged mass rape of Iraqi Kurdish women during a brutal crackdown on their region. "If he says that a Iraqi woman was raped in my era and if he does not prove it, I will hunt him for the rest of my life," thundered the ousted Iraqi leader on the first day of his trial on genocide charges.
8.21.06 Death toll in Moscow market bombing reaches 10 city hall
MOSCOW (RIA Novosti) August 21 The death toll in a bombing at a Moscow market has risen to 10 after two people died in the hospital, the capital's public health department said. Conflicting reports about the number of fatalities emerged in the immediate aftermath of the incident, which happened at about 10:30 a.m. (6:30 a.m. GMT), with some sources saying 10 people had lost their lives and others saying eight. But a spokesperson with the health department said the death toll had reached double figures this afternoon. "As of 4 p.m. Moscow time [1 p.m. GMT], 49 people were hospitalized; 12 of them were discharged after being given first aid, but two [more] died," the official said. She said 35 people were currently in the hospital, including six in critical condition and nine in serious condition.
8.21.06 Eleven charged over transatlantic bomb 'plot'
August 21 Eleven people have been charged today in connection with an alleged plot to blow up several transatlantic aircraft as police revealed that they had found bomb-making equipment and martyrdom videos during their searches. In a highly unusual move, the head of Scotlandıs Yardıs Anti-Terrorist branch detailed some of the items seized during the huge investigation that saw 23 people arrested on August 10 in London, Birmingham and Buckinghamshire.
August 21 Muslim leaders yesterday spoke of their dismay after a passenger mutiny in which several British families refused to travel on a plane with two Asian men. The men were forced to leave the flight after fellow passengers wrongly suspected them of being terrorists. Several people on board flight ZB 613 from Malaga to Manchester demanded their removal. Cabin crew informed Spanish authorities and the men were ordered off the Monarch Airlines flight and questioned by police for several hours. They were eventually cleared and put on an alternative flight.
LISBON, May 21 Adam Porter reports: Labour politician and former UK environment minister Michael Meacher has slammed Prime Minister Tony Blair and US President George Bush for starting a war, he says, to secure oil interests.
August 9 (Maravot News, Mel Copeland) A trend in combatting terrorism has to do with what constitute's extremist activity, including teachings by immams, publication of books and retail book stores, etc. Statements like (8.09.05) Bakri Mohammed's, "...it would be 'against Islam' for him to inform the police of any terrorist attacks that he knew were being planned in Britain..." are better understood through an examination of modern scholastic trends in reinterpreting the Koran. See:
SAN FRANCISCO, June 17, 2005 Update. While the Federal Reserve continues to increase interest rates, the Exponentially rising Federal Debt is not being reported. What is not being reported is the fact that interest rates are tied to the US National Debt. This year the deficit is expected to exceed $420 billion, and interest on the debt which exceeds $8.2 trillion, is about $1 billion per day. Because the annual deficits are financed via the bond market, and because the amount of the bonds being sold exceeds demand, it is necessary to raise interest rates to attract investors in the US bonds financing the US debt. This routine of increasing debt on an exponential scale was experienced under the administration of George H. W. Bush. I predicted increasing interest rates "to sell bonds" in my conversation with Wm. F. Buckley Jr. at that time, in 1993, and I have repeated the prediction with regard to the current Bush administration's excesses and need to sell more bonds to finance the extraordinary deficits. The rate increases will continue in order to sell the overabundant US bonds. In a few words, George Bush's debt is causing your mortgage rates to increase, and they will continue to increase until the US assumes fiscal responsibility. Click here for details on this trend.
05.23.06 Architect of New War on the West and Bin Laden via As-Sahab website
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