Tonight I can announce to Americans that EE UU has led a military operation, killing Osama bin Laden. These words of Obama put end to almost a decade of search and seizure. The leader of Al-Qaeda died, according to the official version, shot in the head and another shot by an American special commando chest. His corpse was thrown into the sea, according to various versions to prevent the burial of the terrorist became a place of pilgrimage. Bin Laden took refuge in a mansion fortified in the Pakistani town of Abottabad, to the North of the country, and 55 kilometers from the capital, Islamabad. Al Qaeda it didn’t confirm his death.
Bush, in a statement broadcast after knowing the news, said that the struggle against terror continues, but United States has sent a clear message: no matter how much later, Justice will be served. A recent book published by Michael Scheuer, exresponsable of the anti-terrorism unit of the CIA, says that Bin Laden had ceased already constancy among their relatives that they did not expect to live long enough to see his work finished, and ventured that the war of Al-Qaeda would last for decades. Perpetrators Bin Laden was the mastermind of the 11-S, but up to 19 men were the perpetrators of the attacks. In each of the four used aircraft as weapons had five hijackers, except in the United Airlines Flight 93 (not reached your goal, possibly the Capitol, and fell in Pennsylvania), which was attended by four captors. Fifteen of them were from Saudi Arabia, two of the United Arab Emirates, one from Lebanon and another from Egypt. East last, Mohamed Atta, was one of the leaders of the command along with Marwan al – Shehhi, Ziad Jarrah and Hani Hanjour.
Most had university studies, they were from wealthy families and some had knowledge of pilotage. Since the terrorist attacks occurred, the FBI identified them almost instantly as the perpetrators of the attack. Nor tried to hide their names previously because they used their passports and credit cards in your stay in EE UU. There are also eight members of Al-Qaida who were not involved in the 11-S for various reasons (for example, one did not enter the country). It is thought that his objective was to hijack a fifth plane and crash it into the White House. Source of the news: almost ten years of search and capture of the enemy number one of EE UU: Osama bin Laden
These figures more than expand the already extensive catalogue of books for this sector, which rises to 52.837 works itself. To choose the most appropriate to each age and profile readings, you can resort to various online resources. Two of the most highly recommended are the guides of reading of children’s literature and the Finder of the orientation service to reading (Sun), two services managed by the Fundacion German Sanchez Ruiperez, one of the most active Spanish institutions in the promotion of reading. Tips for parents help you choose: an improper work can thwart the anxieties of reading of the young. It is essential that parents help to select the titles most suitable to their age, but also to their reading level.
Cater to their tastes: parents should allow children to participate in the election and that this is according to their thematic prrencias of fiction, fantasy, history, comics, etc. Of This way, they will feel more motivated by reading. Demonstrate interest: interested in what they read, ask them about the argument and discuss it in common creates a significant link between parents and children and reveals the satisfaction which represents the reading activity for parents. Not only books: reading does not have to be beat only to literary works. To practice, can be used also for magazines, catalogues, manuals or interesting guides for children and youth. Exploit library: summer is a good time to take advantage of all the benefits offered by public libraries. In addition to being able to obtain the latest literary news on loan, many of them organized in the summer months specific activities for children and youth. * You can buy your books on PopularLibros source of the news: summer is the best time for children to recover the interest in reading
The writer Jose Luis Peixoto is one of the most valued voices of contemporary Portuguese literature. His last novel, book, tells the stage of lusa emigration. Peixoto presents his new work in the midst of a violent and tender, rural world that ends in the Carnation Revolution. Poet, Narrator and dramatist, Jose Luis Peixoto, is one of the most valued voices of contemporary Portuguese literature. Now his latest novel, book, retrieves the episode of lusa emigration, in the midst of a rural world, violent and tender, that ends in the Carnation Revolution.
A historic time that Peixoto (Galveis, 1974, a village in Alentejo) has not experienced but which, as he explains in an interview, always lived as an absence. I was born in September of 74, the year of the revolution and, like many of my generation, we have lost a history that has influenced us and that defines us, but we are not experiencing it, it ensures a perfect Castilian this degree in modern languages (English and German). Influenced by Lobo Antunes and Saramago Peixoto collaborates in the magazine Visao, alternating his column with Lobo Antunes, one of the writers Ed along with Jose Saramago. Both Saramago as Lobo Antunes have influenced Peixoto, Jose Saramago literary award for his novel no one watching us and calamus for cemetery of pianos, award title with which achieved international fame with more than 14 translations. Saramago was very important for me, I met him nine years and everything you meant your positioning is Basic for us. He was an example to build what I want to be as a person, adds this writer with the ear drilled by the piercing and for which the literature is not a science but a form of knowledge. One has to live. And the task of a writer is to teach others that it is equal to everyone, which is not a character, but that has to be clear that when you publish something it is a gift to the world; and if one believes in the world, has to give the best that has and believe much in This is. Peixoto remembers a lesson he learned from Saramago was of the conviction of believing.