Broadcast on Monday, the first episodes program "dancing" on the channel "Cairo and the people" and consists of the jury of the dancer performing the program we have, and scenarist Tamer Habib, and artist Ferial Youssef.
The program is the first international competition for the eastern dance in Egypt and the Arab world and the world in order to correct misconceptions about belly dancers and commemorate the good times, such as greeting Carioca and Naima Akef and sublime beauty and exquisite Massabni.
Participates in the program 27 dancer from all over the world, France, Argentina and the United States, Russia, Australia, Japan and Orkranaa, Greece, Egypt, Algeria, Lebanon and the program gives an opportunity for the dancers belly professionals from all over the world to submit and register it, and then be invited to the dancers residing in Egypt to conduct interviews and tests, "Live."
(Reuters) - President Barack Obama said on Thursday that he has not yet developed a broad strategy for confronting Islamic State in an acknowledgement that he has not decided whether to launch air strikes against the militant group in Syria.
"We don't have a strategy yet," Obama told a White House news conference ahead of meeting top national security advisers in the Situation Room about how to proceed against Islamic State.
Obama's decision to begin U.S. surveillance flights over Syria earlier this week prompted speculation that he was on the brink of expanding the fight against Islamic State from Iraqinto Syria, prompting criticism from some lawmakers who worry they have not been properly consulted.
There has been a growing call from both Republicans and Obama's fellow Democrats in Congress for lawmakers to vote on whether the United States should broaden its action against the Islamic State.
Obama, who shied away from launching airstrikes in Syria a year ago to punish Syrian President Bashir al-Assad for use of chemical weapons against his own people, has been reticent about getting involved in Syria's civil war, where he believes there are few good options for the United States to pursue.
Public anger at the beheading of American journalist James Foley, however, has led him to consider hitting Islamic State targets in Syria. So far the U.S. campaign against the group has been limited to striking the group's forces in Iraq but not taking on Islamic State's primary stronghold in Syria.
Obama said he has asked Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel to prepare options for confronting Islamic State and said Secretary of State John Kerry will travel to the region to help put together an anti-Islamic State coalition.
White House spokesman Josh Earnest said after the news conference that when Obama said "we don't have a strategy yet" for Islamic State he was referring to military options still being developed for Syria.
Obama wants a comprehensive strategy for Islamic State that is not limited to military action but also includes encouraging a unity government in Baghdad between Shi'ites and Sunnis who have engaged in sectarian battles and supporting moderate Sunni rebels in Syria.
"My priority at this point is to make sure that the gains that ISIL (Islamic State) made in Iraq are rolled back and that Iraq has the opportunity to govern itself effectively and secure itself," he said.
He said the options he had requested from military planners at the Pentagon focused primarily on making sure that Islamic State is "not overrunning Iraq."
Congressional concerns have been increasing about a potential military strike in Syria.
In the House of Representatives, three members – Democrats James McGovern of Massachusetts and Barbara Lee of California as well as Republican Walter Jones of North Carolina - asked Speaker John Boehner in a letter that Congress debate and vote on any authorization to use military force when the House is in session during the week of Sept. 8.
Kentucky Senator Mitch McConnell, the top Republican in the Senate, said he thought Obama would have “significant congressional support” if he provides a strategic plan to protect the United States and its allies from the Sunni militants.
Obama promised he would consult with Congress, but unlike a year ago when strikes were considered against Syria, he did not vow to seek a specific congressional authorization.
"I don't want to put the cart before the horse," he said. He said news reports have suggested he is on the brink of an elaborate strategy for defeating the group without consulting Congress.
"That's not what's going to happen," he said.
The British Telegraph newspaper reported that analysts believe that the British jihadist who appeared in the video slaughter of American journalist James Foley may not be the real killer for him, but those doubts do not deny the fact that the killing of the journalist.
The newspaper said in a report on Monday that killed James Foley video might just be the representative, the killing occurred while the real behind the camera, after a stop filming.
It pointed out that the analysis of the video clip indicates that the British jihadist who appeared in the film might just be the "interface", but it is not the real killer.
The analytical study of the clip, which does not exceed the duration of 40 seconds, carried out by an international company specializing in forensics, working for the institutions of the British police, to undergo video to deceive the operations and adjustments.
The Times newspaper quoted a forensic analysts as saying that he can not see the traces of blood, despite the fact that I passed the knife to the neck of the journalist at least six times.
As mentioned analysis is based on the sounds that issued from Foley during the video does not appear to be consistent with the expected of a person exposed to the slaughter, as shown by an audio letter short break during an interview with the press, suggesting that the journalist had to repeat the line.
It quoted one of the experts, who examined the video saying: "I think that the real murder may have occurred after the cessation of the camera."
However, the company said, who asked not to be named, she can not say for sure exactly healthy those doubts.
The British newspaper The Times quoted a senior source in the British government as saying that the suspect was the murder of American journalist is a British national of Egyptian origin Abdul Majeed Abdul Bari, and knows this young man aged 23 years between the fundamentalist "Islamic state" as "jihadist Johnny", he had been living since in a house worth 1 million pounds Astralini west London.

The Bari had published his account on the network via "Twitter" a short time ago a picture carries the severed head.

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