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Foreign Network at Front of CIA's Terror Fight
By Dana Priest
Washington Post
Friday, November 18, 2005

JAWA POS Sabtu, 19 Nov 2005
RI LAKSANAKAN ORDER CIA

WASHINGTON - Dugaan tentang konspirasi dan intervensi Amerika Serikat (AS) dalam aktivitas kontraintelijen di Indonesia, terutama dalam menangkal aksi teror, terbukti. Badan Intelijen AS, CIA, telah membentuk pusat operasi atau intelijen antiteror di lebih dari dua lusin negara. Salah satunya di Indonesia. Pusat intelijen antiteror itu -dinamai CTIC (Counterterrorist Intelligence Centers)- tersebar di negara-negara Eropa, Timur Tengah, dan Asia. Di negara-negara itulah, selama ini AS dan intelijen asing bekerja sama menembus, memburu, menangkap, sekaligus menghancurkan jaringan teroris. Informasi soal pusat intelijen antiteror itu jadi berita utama koran terkemuka The Washington Post edisi kemarin. Laporan itu bersumber dari mantan dan para pejabat intelijen Amerika. Juga, berasal dari sumber intelijen asing.

CTIC membuat rencana harian tentang penangkapan, proses interogasi, dan penahanan tersangka teroris. Berdasar keterangan dari mantan pejabat dan pejabat intelijen AS maupun asing, The Post menulis bahwa CTIC bertindak menurut petunjuk CIA. Namun, operasi penangkapan biasanya diatur oleh salah satu badan yang tergabung di dalamnya. "Sukses besar kami selama ini tak lepas dari campur tangan CTIC," kata seorang mantan pejabat antiteror asing yang tidak disebutkan namanya. Dia menambahkan, pembuka jalan menuju keberhasilan itu adalah negara-negara asing.

Menurut The Post, badan bentukan CIA itu sama sekali berbeda dengan sejumlah pusat rahasia yang didirikan CIA di delapan negara. Beberapa di antaranya di kawasan Eropa Timur. Menurut para mantan pejabat dan pejabat intelijen tersebut, CTIC melakukan kerja sama antiteror di
sejumlah negara. Misalnya, di Uzbekistan dan Indonesia. Mantan Direktur CIA George Tenet adalah tokoh yang memprakarsai terbentuknya badan antiteror gabungan itu. Dia juga mengubah aktivitas CIA dari pengumpulan informasi menjadi kerja sama.

Di Indonesia, badan antiteror bentukan CIA tersebut menjalin kerja sama dengan Letjen Abdullah Mahmud Hendropriyono, kepala Badan Intelijen Negara (BIN) saat itu. Selain memiliki penduduk muslim terbanyak di dunia, Indonesia juga disebut sebagai pusat berkembangnya Jamaah Islamiyah, jaringan teroris yang menurut AS berhubungan dekat dengan Al Qaidah  pimpinan Usamah Bin Laden.

Seorang pejabat CIA menyebut Hendropriyono sebagai "angin segar". Itu terjadi pada Agustus 2001. "Dia orang yang serius dan sangat dinamis, tetapi kontroversial," kata salah seorang pejabat CIA yang pernah bekerja sama dengan dia. Tidak seperti kepala BIN sebelumnya, Hendropriyono bersedia bekerja sama dengan AS dalam bidang apa pun.

Selain kontak melalui telepon dan kunjungan dinas, Tenet menjalin kerja sama dengan Hendropriyono soal jasa dan logistik. "Orang-orang ini masih menggunakan teknologi era 1970-an. Mereka membutuhkan bantuan untuk perlengkapan, pengintaian, dan juga penyadap,"
ujar pejabat CIA tersebut.

Tenet mengabulkan dua permintaan pribadi Hendropriyono untuk menyediakan dana pembangunan sekolah intelijen regional International Institute of Intelligence di Batam dan memasukkan kerabatnya ke universitas-universitas unggulan AS. Direktur CIA itu, ungkap empat sumber CIA, juga mengatur segala hal untuk memasukkan Hendropriyono ke National War College di Fort McNair. Hendropriyono membuktikan kesungguhannya bekerja sama dengan CIA. Itu terbukti  dengan ditangkapnya Muhammad Saad Iqbal Madni, warga Mesir yang diduga kuat memiliki hubungan dengan "pengebom sepatu" Inggris yang gagal, Richard C. Reid. Hendropriyono juga
mengizinkan CIA membawa Madni ke Mesir untuk menjalani proses interogasi.

Selanjutnya, Hendropriyono mengembangkan kerja sama dengan menangkap sejumlah warga Indonesia yang diduga terkait jaringan terorisme. Dia juga berupaya keras memutus aliran dana teroris. Dukungan CIA atas Hendropriyono makin kuat setelah tertangkapnya Omar al-Farouq, yang diyakini sebagai pemimpin Al Qaidah di Asia Tenggara. "Dia memotivasi (pasukan keamanan Indonesia) untuk bekerja sama dengan kami. Kami pun mulai dapat tangkapan lebih besar," kata mantan Dubes AS di Indonesia Robert S. Gelbard.

Di Paris, CIA dan Unit Intelijen Prancis juga mendirikan pusat operasional multinegara, Codenamed Alliance Base. Badan yang berdiri di bawah pengawasan intelijen AS dan Prancis tersebut melancarkan operasi di seluruh dunia. Inggris, Prancis, Jerman, Kanada, dan Australia merupakan negara yang mempunyai perwakilan dalam wadah antiteror itu. Penangkapan
tersangka teroris di luar Iraq sejak serangan 11 September (9/11) merupakan buah kerja sama CIA dengan badan-badan pendukungnya.

CTIC dirancang sesuai dengan pusat antinarkoba yang didirikan CIA pada era 1980-an di Amerika Latin dan Asia. Badan tersebut berupaya membersihkan kepolisian dan badan intelijen dari petugas mereka yang korup. Badan tersebut meyakinkan kepala negara untuk mempercayakan upaya menjauhi narkoba kepada para individu dan juga menjauhkan mereka dari lembaga tempat mereka bekerja. (afp/rtr/the post/hep)

Foreign Network at Front of CIA's Terror Fight

By Dana Priest
Washington Post
Friday, November 18, 2005

The CIA has established joint operation centers in more than two dozen countries where U.S. and foreign intelligence officers work side by side to track and capture suspected terrorists and to destroy or penetrate their networks, according to current and
former American and foreign intelligence officials. The secret Counterterrorist Intelligence Centers are financed mostly by the agency and employ some of the best espionage technology the CIA has to offer, including secure communications gear, computers linked to the CIA's central databases, and access to highly classified intercepts once shared only with the
nation's closest Western allies.

The Americans and their counterparts at the centers, known as CTICs, make daily decisions on when and how to apprehend suspects, whether to whisk them off to other countries for interrogation and detention, and how to disrupt al Qaeda's logistical and financial support.
The network of centers reflects what has become the CIA's central and most successful strategy in combating terrorism abroad: persuading and empowering foreign security services to help. Virtually every capture or killing of a suspected terrorist outside Iraq since the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks -- more than 3,000 in all -- was a result of foreign intelligence
services' work alongside the agency, the CIA deputy director of operations told a congressional committee in a closed-door session earlier this year.

The initial tip about where an al Qaeda figure is hiding may come from the CIA, but the actual operation to pick him up is usually organized by one of the joint centers and conducted by a local security service, with the CIA nowhere in sight. "The vast majority of successes involved our CTICs," one former counterterrorism official said. "The boot that went through the door was foreign." The centers are also part of a fundamental, continuing
shift in the CIA's mission that began shortly after the 2001 attacks. No longer is the agency's primary goal to recruit military attaches, diplomats and intelligence operatives to steal secrets from their own countries. Today's CIA is desperately seeking ways to join forces with other governments it once reproached or ignored to undo a common enemy.

George J. Tenet orchestrated the shift during his tenure as CIA director, working with the agency's station chiefs abroad and officers in the Counterterrorist Center at headquarters to bring about an exponential deepening of intelligence ties worldwide after Sept. 11. Beneath the surface of visible diplomacy, the cooperative efforts, known as liaison relationships, are recasting U.S. dealings abroad. The White House has stepped up its criticism of Uzbek President Islam Karimov in the past year for his authoritarian rule and repression of dissidents. But joint counterterrorism efforts with Tashkent continued
until recently. In Indonesia, as the State Department doled out tiny amounts of assistance to the military when it made progress on corruption and human rights, the CIA was pouring money into Jakarta and developing intelligence ties there after years of tension.

In Paris, as U.S.-French acrimony peaked over the Iraq invasion in 2003, the CIA and French intelligence services were creating the agency's only multinational operations center and executing worldwide sting operations. The CIA has operated the joint intelligence centers in
Europe, the Middle East and Asia, according to current and former intelligence officials. In addition, the multinational center in Paris, codenamed Alliance Base, includes representatives from Britain, France, Germany, Canada and Australia. "CTICs were a step forward in codifying, organizing liaison relationships that elsewhere would be more ad
hoc," a former CIA counterterrorism official said.

"It's one tool in the liaison tool kit." The CIA declined to comment for this article. The
Washington Post interviewed more than two dozen current and former intelligence officials and more than a dozen senior foreign intelligence officials as well as diplomatic and congressional sources. Most of them spoke on the condition that they not be named
because they are not authorized to speak publicly or because of the sensitive nature of the subject.

The CTICs are entirely separate from the covert prisons, known in classified documents as "black sites," that the CIA has run at various times in eight countries. Legal experts and intelligence officials have said that the prisons -- whose existence was disclosed in a Washington Post report earlier this month -- would be considered illegal under the laws of
several host countries. The CTICs, by contrast, are an expansion of the hidden intelligence cooperation that has been a staple of foreign policy for decades.

Deepening Ties

The intelligence centers were modeled on the CIA's counternarcotics centers in Latin America and Asia. Faced with corrupt local police and intelligence services, in the 1980s the CIA persuaded the leaders of these countries to let it select individuals for the assignment, pay them and keep them physically separate from their own institutions.
Officers from the host nations serving in the newer CTICs are vetted through background checks and polygraphs. They are usually supervised by the CIA's chief of station and augmented by officers sent from the Counterterrorist Center at Langley. Such daily interaction with U.S. personnel, say intelligence officials, helps keep the foreign service focused.

The first two CTICs were established in the late 1990s to watch and capture Islamic  militants traveling from Saudi Arabia, Yemen, Egypt and Chechnya to join the fighting in Bosnia and other parts of the former Yugoslavia, two former intelligence officers said.
Days after the Sept. 11 attacks, Tenet outlined a global campaign against terrorism to President Bush. It included invading Afghanistan to wipe out al Qaeda's main base of operations as well as a "Worldwide Attack Matrix" detailing operations against terrorists in 80 countries. The matrix also listed priority countries where al Qaeda leaders in Afghanistan were likely to flee during a U.S. invasion. "If you brought a big hammer down on Afghanistan," as a former CIA official described it, "there weren't too many areas where people could squirt out" and hide.

The most likely were Yemen, Saudi Arabia, urban areas of Pakistan, and Indonesia. On Sept. 17, 2001, Bush signed a classified Presidential Finding that authorized an unprecedented
range of covert operations. The overall counterterrorism program included authorization of
lethal measures against terrorists and the expenditure of vast funds to coax foreign intelligence services into a new era of cooperation with the CIA, current and former intelligence officials said. To beef up operations in the priority countries and elsewhere, the agency dispatched officers from its proliferation, counternarcotics, Europe, Africa, Asia and Middle East divisions, said several current and former intelligence officials. It sent paramilitary teams from its tiny Special Activities Division and enlisted the military's Special Operations Forces to augment the teams.

But agency officials knew that a surge of hundreds of CIA officers would not be adequate to solidify the new worldwide infrastructure that Tenet and his top aides envisioned. The agency quickly turned to dozens of sometimes reluctant foreign intelligence services, which had much more intimate knowledge of local terrorist groups and their supporters.
The agency had extensive inducements to offer foreign services once Congress opened the spigot, which it quickly did. "The money was just flowing," said one CIA case officer. In fact, the budget for the CIA's operations increased in the first two years by 2 1/2
times what it had been before Sept. 11, according to two government experts.

The Counterterrorist Center at CIA headquarters, which manages the CTICs and all other counterterrorism efforts, bought its friends SUVs, night-vision equipment, automatic weapons and push-to-talk radios for countries where intelligence services were starved for even basic material. It sent instructors in surveillance, data analysis and military Special
Forces tactics to teach hostage rescue, VIP protection and counterterrorist assault. Foreign countries sent officers to the CIA's training school for weeks-long courses in  counterterrorism operations and analysis.

The new cooperative ventures depended as well on loosening U.S. rules for sharing electronic
eavesdropping and other precious "signals intelligence," which experts estimate provides 80 to 90 percent of the information the United States gathers about terrorist networks. Tenet ordered streamlined regulations. The National Security Agency, which manages, analyzes and distributes electronic intercepts, quickly became a new partner in the joint centers, and established a Foreign Affairs Directorate that now handles sharing information and equipment with 40 countries.

Tenet Courts Yemen

Persuading foreign presidents and intelligence chiefs to begin or deepen relationships with the CIA often took the personal intervention of Bush, Vice President Cheney and the secretary of state. But closing a deal was left to the CIA's chiefs of station, other top
officials, and foremost, Tenet, "the master of liaison," as one longtime intelligence officer dubbed him.

Gregarious and comfortable in foreign settings, Tenet by Sept. 11 had earned a reputation among Muslim countries as an honest broker in the Arab-Israeli dispute and for his role in training Palestinian security forces. He was a natural at bonding with foreign chiefs of
service, current and former intelligence officials said. Once, during a dinner for a foreign service chief, the guests asked Tenet about Bush, whom Tenet briefed every morning. "He would tell them what time he gets up. He'd say, 'The president calls me Jorge.'

It was really human-being-to-human-being," said a former intelligence official. "He didn't give away anything classified, but they felt important and could go back to their president and say, 'The president calls him Jorge.' "George Tenet is a charming man, but also a very tough cookie," said a senior French official. Yemen, with its terrorist training camps and al Qaeda presence, was one of Tenet's most significant successes. Its president, Ali Abdullah Saleh, had little control over the northern border with Saudi Arabia, which had turned into a haven for extremists, and even less over his violent rivals. Faris Sanabani, a Yemeni presidential adviser, said Tenet's trips to Yemen after Sept. 11 helped persuade Saleh to work with the CIA in a way that would have been unthinkable before. "He made an effort to reach out when people were really scared of Yemen," said Sanabani, who sat in on meetings between Tenet and Saleh.

"He's the kind of person who doesn't work from a report or from behind the office desk."
In the wake of the U.S. invasion of Afghanistan, Saleh thought Yemen was next on the target list, said one current and one former intelligence official. Tenet did not disabuse him of this idea, they said. "You don't take anything off the table," one said. At the same time, Tenet "listened to him, took his views seriously and did not rebuke him. He sought to meet Saleh's needs," he said.

Tenet provided millions of dollars for Yemen's cooperation. He gave helicopters, eavesdropping equipment, weapons and bulletproof vests. He brought in 100 Army Special Forces trainers to help Yemen create an antiterrorism unit. Tenet also won Saleh's approval to fly Predator drones armed with Hellfire missiles over the country to hunt and kill al Qaeda figures. In November 2002, the CIA killed six al Qaeda operatives driving in the desert, including Abu Ali al-Harithi, suspected mastermind of the 2000 attack on the USS Cole. "All of the sudden our enemy became common," Sanabani said. "That's why Yemen and the United States reached out to one other."

Indonesia

Countering terrorism has overshadowed just about all other foreign policy concerns, including "making friends with the sorts of characters you would not have been in the same room with before," one former foreign intelligence official said. In Indonesia, the most populous Muslim country and the center of gravity for an al Qaeda affiliate, Jemaah Islamiyah, that meant befriending Lt. Gen. Abdullah Hendropriyono, then head of the  intelligence service.

Sporting black hair lacquered with hairspray and colorful jackets with matching ties and socks, Hendropriyono was more flamboyant than most chiefs. A former Indonesian special forces commander trained at the U.S. Army Command and General Staff School at Fort Leavenworth, Kan., Hendropriyono was accused by human rights activists of ordering attacks that killed more than 100 unarmed villagers in 1989, according to Associated Press and other published reports. In 2004, he threatened action against foreign humanitarian groups monitoring human rights issues, published reports said.

Hendropriyono replaced an intelligence chief who had conducted surveillance against U.S. and Australian officials, according to U.S. and Australian sources. Al Qaeda leader Omar Farouq had the U.S. Embassy under surveillance and U.S. Ambassador Robert S. Gelbard believed that the Indonesians had purposely blown an operation meant to capture a bombing team targeting
the U.S. compound in Jakarta.

In August 2001, Hendropriyono was "a breath of fresh air," said one CIA officer who worked with him. "He was focused, very controversial, but very dynamic." Unlike his predecessor, he was willing to work with the Americans, at a price. Besides phone calls and office visits, Tenet worked hard on Hendropriyono's requests for goods and services. "These guys had 1970s technology," the CIA officer said. "They were dying for equipment, surveillance, wiretaps."
Tenet came through on two of Hendropriyono's personal requests as well: to provide seed money for a regional intelligence school, the International Institute of Intelligence on Batam Island, and to get a relative of Hendropriyono's into a top-rated American university.

When his grades proved an obstacle, the CIA director arranged for him to attend the National War College at Fort McNair, four sources said. Hendropriyono proved his willingness to cooperate by arresting Muhammad Saad Iqbal Madni, a Egyptian who the CIA believed was linked to British failed shoe bomber Richard C. Reid. He also agreed to allow the CIA to take Madni to Egypt for interrogation under a process known as "rendition." Hendropriyono agreed to expand the cooperation, and officers arrested a few dozen Indonesians suspected of links to terrorism. He began efforts to close down terrorist financing. Then he secured the approval of his political leadership to apprehend Farouq, believed to be a top al Qaeda figure in Southeast Asia. "He forced [the Indonesian security services ] to work with us and we
started picking up the bigger fish," Gelbard said. Attempts to reach Hendropriyono were unsuccessful.

The Goss Era

Porter J. Goss, who succeeded Tenet as CIA director just over a year ago, could hardly be more different. For all of Tenet's gregariousness, Goss is the picture of reserve. And there are indications that Goss may not place as much emphasis on combining forces with others overseas. When Goss took over, he said he valued these partnerships but announced a goal of improving what he called "unilateral" intelligence collection and operations.
"We have gotten more unilateral, though still not as much as I'd like," he told employees in a staff meeting. "It's getting the right kind of people trained in the right places under the right cover against the right targets."

There are plans to send more case officers into the field and to increase deep-cover positions that would require officers to spend longer periods, and perhaps their careers, in one country, integrated into the culture and, in some cases, cut off from the traditional embassy-based CIA station.

Stories about Goss's reluctance to meet with his foreign counterparts are rife, fueled in part by a cable from headquarters to overseas station chiefs, saying appointments with foreign services should be arranged for Tuesdays or Thursdays. The memo, CIA officials have said, was not meant to discourage such meetings but to assure officers that Goss would set aside time for such important visitors. During a recent trip to the U.S. Special Operations
Command base in Qatar, Goss did not meet with the head of the country or Qatar's  intelligence chief. Intelligence officials say that is because Goss had met with them recently.

Others say Tenet would never had flown so far and missed a chance to schmooze. In any case, current and former intelligence officials predicted that the new, deeper relationships with
foreign intelligence agencies will endure because the countries involved have a strong, common interest in confronting terrorism. And they said CIA station chiefs will continue to cultivate and encourage the ties, given the success they've yielded thus far. "Most of these relationships are built on the ground," said a former intelligence official who spent most of his career overseas.

Researcher Julie Tate contributed to this report.

2005 The Washington Post CompanyJAWA POS Sabtu, 19 Nov 2005

RI LAKSANAKAN ORDER CIA

WASHINGTON - Dugaan tentang konspirasi dan intervensi Amerika Serikat (AS) dalam aktivitas kontraintelijen di Indonesia, terutama dalam menangkal aksi teror, terbukti. Badan Intelijen AS, CIA, telah membentuk pusat operasi atau intelijen antiteror di lebih dari dua lusin negara. Salah satunya di Indonesia. Pusat intelijen antiteror itu -dinamai CTIC (Counterterrorist Intelligence Centers)- tersebar di negara-negara Eropa, Timur Tengah, dan Asia. Di negara-negara itulah, selama ini AS dan intelijen asing bekerja sama menembus, memburu, menangkap, sekaligus menghancurkan jaringan teroris. Informasi soal pusat intelijen antiteror itu jadi berita utama koran terkemuka The Washington Post edisi kemarin. Laporan itu bersumber dari mantan dan para pejabat intelijen Amerika. Juga, berasal dari sumber intelijen asing.

CTIC membuat rencana harian tentang penangkapan, proses interogasi, dan penahanan tersangka teroris. Berdasar keterangan dari mantan pejabat dan pejabat intelijen AS maupun asing, The Post menulis bahwa CTIC bertindak menurut petunjuk CIA. Namun, operasi penangkapan biasanya diatur oleh salah satu badan yang tergabung di dalamnya. "Sukses besar kami selama ini tak lepas dari campur tangan CTIC," kata seorang mantan pejabat antiteror asing yang tidak disebutkan namanya. Dia menambahkan, pembuka jalan menuju keberhasilan itu adalah negara-negara asing.

Menurut The Post, badan bentukan CIA itu sama sekali berbeda dengan sejumlah pusat rahasia yang didirikan CIA di delapan negara. Beberapa di antaranya di kawasan Eropa Timur. Menurut para mantan pejabat dan pejabat intelijen tersebut, CTIC melakukan kerja sama antiteror di
sejumlah negara. Misalnya, di Uzbekistan dan Indonesia. Mantan Direktur CIA George Tenet adalah tokoh yang memprakarsai terbentuknya badan antiteror gabungan itu. Dia juga mengubah aktivitas CIA dari pengumpulan informasi menjadi kerja sama.

Di Indonesia, badan antiteror bentukan CIA tersebut menjalin kerja sama dengan Letjen Abdullah Mahmud Hendropriyono, kepala Badan Intelijen Negara (BIN) saat itu. Selain memiliki penduduk muslim terbanyak di dunia, Indonesia juga disebut sebagai pusat berkembangnya Jamaah Islamiyah, jaringan teroris yang menurut AS berhubungan dekat dengan Al Qaidah  pimpinan Usamah Bin Laden.

Seorang pejabat CIA menyebut Hendropriyono sebagai "angin segar". Itu terjadi pada Agustus 2001. "Dia orang yang serius dan sangat dinamis, tetapi kontroversial," kata salah seorang pejabat CIA yang pernah bekerja sama dengan dia. Tidak seperti kepala BIN sebelumnya, Hendropriyono bersedia bekerja sama dengan AS dalam bidang apa pun.

Selain kontak melalui telepon dan kunjungan dinas, Tenet menjalin kerja sama dengan Hendropriyono soal jasa dan logistik. "Orang-orang ini masih menggunakan teknologi era 1970-an. Mereka membutuhkan bantuan untuk perlengkapan, pengintaian, dan juga penyadap,"
ujar pejabat CIA tersebut.

Tenet mengabulkan dua permintaan pribadi Hendropriyono untuk menyediakan dana pembangunan sekolah intelijen regional International Institute of Intelligence di Batam dan memasukkan kerabatnya ke universitas-universitas unggulan AS. Direktur CIA itu, ungkap empat sumber CIA, juga mengatur segala hal untuk memasukkan Hendropriyono ke National War College di Fort McNair. Hendropriyono membuktikan kesungguhannya bekerja sama dengan CIA. Itu terbukti  dengan ditangkapnya Muhammad Saad Iqbal Madni, warga Mesir yang diduga kuat memiliki hubungan dengan "pengebom sepatu" Inggris yang gagal, Richard C. Reid. Hendropriyono juga
mengizinkan CIA membawa Madni ke Mesir untuk menjalani proses interogasi.

Selanjutnya, Hendropriyono mengembangkan kerja sama dengan menangkap sejumlah warga Indonesia yang diduga terkait jaringan terorisme. Dia juga berupaya keras memutus aliran dana teroris. Dukungan CIA atas Hendropriyono makin kuat setelah tertangkapnya Omar al-Farouq, yang diyakini sebagai pemimpin Al Qaidah di Asia Tenggara. "Dia memotivasi (pasukan keamanan Indonesia) untuk bekerja sama dengan kami. Kami pun mulai dapat tangkapan lebih besar," kata mantan Dubes AS di Indonesia Robert S. Gelbard.

Di Paris, CIA dan Unit Intelijen Prancis juga mendirikan pusat operasional multinegara, Codenamed Alliance Base. Badan yang berdiri di bawah pengawasan intelijen AS dan Prancis tersebut melancarkan operasi di seluruh dunia. Inggris, Prancis, Jerman, Kanada, dan Australia merupakan negara yang mempunyai perwakilan dalam wadah antiteror itu. Penangkapan
tersangka teroris di luar Iraq sejak serangan 11 September (9/11) merupakan buah kerja sama CIA dengan badan-badan pendukungnya.

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Foreign Network at Front of CIA's Terror Fight

By Dana Priest
Washington Post
Friday, November 18, 2005

The CIA has established joint operation centers in more than two dozen countries where U.S. and foreign intelligence officers work side by side to track and capture suspected terrorists and to destroy or penetrate their networks, according to current and
former American and foreign intelligence officials. The secret Counterterrorist Intelligence Centers are financed mostly by the agency and employ some of the best espionage technology the CIA has to offer, including secure communications gear, computers linked to the CIA's central databases, and access to highly classified intercepts once shared only with the
nation's closest Western allies.

The Americans and their counterparts at the centers, known as CTICs, make daily decisions on when and how to apprehend suspects, whether to whisk them off to other countries for interrogation and detention, and how to disrupt al Qaeda's logistical and financial support.
The network of centers reflects what has become the CIA's central and most successful strategy in combating terrorism abroad: persuading and empowering foreign security services to help. Virtually every capture or killing of a suspected terrorist outside Iraq since the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks -- more than 3,000 in all -- was a result of foreign intelligence
services' work alongside the agency, the CIA deputy director of operations told a congressional committee in a closed-door session earlier this year.

The initial tip about where an al Qaeda figure is hiding may come from the CIA, but the actual operation to pick him up is usually organized by one of the joint centers and conducted by a local security service, with the CIA nowhere in sight. "The vast majority of successes involved our CTICs," one former counterterrorism official said. "The boot that went through the door was foreign." The centers are also part of a fundamental, continuing
shift in the CIA's mission that began shortly after the 2001 attacks. No longer is the agency's primary goal to recruit military attaches, diplomats and intelligence operatives to steal secrets from their own countries. Today's CIA is desperately seeking ways to join forces with other governments it once reproached or ignored to undo a common enemy.

George J. Tenet orchestrated the shift during his tenure as CIA director, working with the agency's station chiefs abroad and officers in the Counterterrorist Center at headquarters to bring about an exponential deepening of intelligence ties worldwide after Sept. 11. Beneath the surface of visible diplomacy, the cooperative efforts, known as liaison relationships, are recasting U.S. dealings abroad. The White House has stepped up its criticism of Uzbek President Islam Karimov in the past year for his authoritarian rule and repression of dissidents. But joint counterterrorism efforts with Tashkent continued
until recently. In Indonesia, as the State Department doled out tiny amounts of assistance to the military when it made progress on corruption and human rights, the CIA was pouring money into Jakarta and developing intelligence ties there after years of tension.

In Paris, as U.S.-French acrimony peaked over the Iraq invasion in 2003, the CIA and French intelligence services were creating the agency's only multinational operations center and executing worldwide sting operations. The CIA has operated the joint intelligence centers in
Europe, the Middle East and Asia, according to current and former intelligence officials. In addition, the multinational center in Paris, codenamed Alliance Base, includes representatives from Britain, France, Germany, Canada and Australia. "CTICs were a step forward in codifying, organizing liaison relationships that elsewhere would be more ad
hoc," a former CIA counterterrorism official said.

"It's one tool in the liaison tool kit." The CIA declined to comment for this article. The
Washington Post interviewed more than two dozen current and former intelligence officials and more than a dozen senior foreign intelligence officials as well as diplomatic and congressional sources. Most of them spoke on the condition that they not be named
because they are not authorized to speak publicly or because of the sensitive nature of the subject.

The CTICs are entirely separate from the covert prisons, known in classified documents as "black sites," that the CIA has run at various times in eight countries. Legal experts and intelligence officials have said that the prisons -- whose existence was disclosed in a Washington Post report earlier this month -- would be considered illegal under the laws of
several host countries. The CTICs, by contrast, are an expansion of the hidden intelligence cooperation that has been a staple of foreign policy for decades.

Deepening Ties

The intelligence centers were modeled on the CIA's counternarcotics centers in Latin America and Asia. Faced with corrupt local police and intelligence services, in the 1980s the CIA persuaded the leaders of these countries to let it select individuals for the assignment, pay them and keep them physically separate from their own institutions.
Officers from the host nations serving in the newer CTICs are vetted through background checks and polygraphs. They are usually supervised by the CIA's chief of station and augmented by officers sent from the Counterterrorist Center at Langley. Such daily interaction with U.S. personnel, say intelligence officials, helps keep the foreign service focused.

The first two CTICs were established in the late 1990s to watch and capture Islamic  militants traveling from Saudi Arabia, Yemen, Egypt and Chechnya to join the fighting in Bosnia and other parts of the former Yugoslavia, two former intelligence officers said.
Days after the Sept. 11 attacks, Tenet outlined a global campaign against terrorism to President Bush. It included invading Afghanistan to wipe out al Qaeda's main base of operations as well as a "Worldwide Attack Matrix" detailing operations against terrorists in 80 countries. The matrix also listed priority countries where al Qaeda leaders in Afghanistan were likely to flee during a U.S. invasion. "If you brought a big hammer down on Afghanistan," as a former CIA official described it, "there weren't too many areas where people could squirt out" and hide.

The most likely were Yemen, Saudi Arabia, urban areas of Pakistan, and Indonesia. On Sept. 17, 2001, Bush signed a classified Presidential Finding that authorized an unprecedented
range of covert operations. The overall counterterrorism program included authorization of
lethal measures against terrorists and the expenditure of vast funds to coax foreign intelligence services into a new era of cooperation with the CIA, current and former intelligence officials said. To beef up operations in the priority countries and elsewhere, the agency dispatched officers from its proliferation, counternarcotics, Europe, Africa, Asia and Middle East divisions, said several current and former intelligence officials. It sent paramilitary teams from its tiny Special Activities Division and enlisted the military's Special Operations Forces to augment the teams.

But agency officials knew that a surge of hundreds of CIA officers would not be adequate to solidify the new worldwide infrastructure that Tenet and his top aides envisioned. The agency quickly turned to dozens of sometimes reluctant foreign intelligence services, which had much more intimate knowledge of local terrorist groups and their supporters.
The agency had extensive inducements to offer foreign services once Congress opened the spigot, which it quickly did. "The money was just flowing," said one CIA case officer. In fact, the budget for the CIA's operations increased in the first two years by 2 1/2
times what it had been before Sept. 11, according to two government experts.

The Counterterrorist Center at CIA headquarters, which manages the CTICs and all other counterterrorism efforts, bought its friends SUVs, night-vision equipment, automatic weapons and push-to-talk radios for countries where intelligence services were starved for even basic material. It sent instructors in surveillance, data analysis and military Special
Forces tactics to teach hostage rescue, VIP protection and counterterrorist assault. Foreign countries sent officers to the CIA's training school for weeks-long courses in  counterterrorism operations and analysis.

The new cooperative ventures depended as well on loosening U.S. rules for sharing electronic
eavesdropping and other precious "signals intelligence," which experts estimate provides 80 to 90 percent of the information the United States gathers about terrorist networks. Tenet ordered streamlined regulations. The National Security Agency, which manages, analyzes and distributes electronic intercepts, quickly became a new partner in the joint centers, and established a Foreign Affairs Directorate that now handles sharing information and equipment with 40 countries.

Tenet Courts Yemen

Persuading foreign presidents and intelligence chiefs to begin or deepen relationships with the CIA often took the personal intervention of Bush, Vice President Cheney and the secretary of state. But closing a deal was left to the CIA's chiefs of station, other top
officials, and foremost, Tenet, "the master of liaison," as one longtime intelligence officer dubbed him.

Gregarious and comfortable in foreign settings, Tenet by Sept. 11 had earned a reputation among Muslim countries as an honest broker in the Arab-Israeli dispute and for his role in training Palestinian security forces. He was a natural at bonding with foreign chiefs of
service, current and former intelligence officials said. Once, during a dinner for a foreign service chief, the guests asked Tenet about Bush, whom Tenet briefed every morning. "He would tell them what time he gets up. He'd say, 'The president calls me Jorge.'

It was really human-being-to-human-being," said a former intelligence official. "He didn't give away anything classified, but they felt important and could go back to their president and say, 'The president calls him Jorge.' "George Tenet is a charming man, but also a very tough cookie," said a senior French official. Yemen, with its terrorist training camps and al Qaeda presence, was one of Tenet's most significant successes. Its president, Ali Abdullah Saleh, had little control over the northern border with Saudi Arabia, which had turned into a haven for extremists, and even less over his violent rivals. Faris Sanabani, a Yemeni presidential adviser, said Tenet's trips to Yemen after Sept. 11 helped persuade Saleh to work with the CIA in a way that would have been unthinkable before. "He made an effort to reach out when people were really scared of Yemen," said Sanabani, who sat in on meetings between Tenet and Saleh.

"He's the kind of person who doesn't work from a report or from behind the office desk."
In the wake of the U.S. invasion of Afghanistan, Saleh thought Yemen was next on the target list, said one current and one former intelligence official. Tenet did not disabuse him of this idea, they said. "You don't take anything off the table," one said. At the same time, Tenet "listened to him, took his views seriously and did not rebuke him. He sought to meet Saleh's needs," he said.

Tenet provided millions of dollars for Yemen's cooperation. He gave helicopters, eavesdropping equipment, weapons and bulletproof vests. He brought in 100 Army Special Forces trainers to help Yemen create an antiterrorism unit. Tenet also won Saleh's approval to fly Predator drones armed with Hellfire missiles over the country to hunt and kill al Qaeda figures. In November 2002, the CIA killed six al Qaeda operatives driving in the desert, including Abu Ali al-Harithi, suspected mastermind of the 2000 attack on the USS Cole. "All of the sudden our enemy became common," Sanabani said. "That's why Yemen and the United States reached out to one other."

Indonesia

Countering terrorism has overshadowed just about all other foreign policy concerns, including "making friends with the sorts of characters you would not have been in the same room with before," one former foreign intelligence official said. In Indonesia, the most populous Muslim country and the center of gravity for an al Qaeda affiliate, Jemaah Islamiyah, that meant befriending Lt. Gen. Abdullah Hendropriyono, then head of the  intelligence service.

Sporting black hair lacquered with hairspray and colorful jackets with matching ties and socks, Hendropriyono was more flamboyant than most chiefs. A former Indonesian special forces commander trained at the U.S. Army Command and General Staff School at Fort Leavenworth, Kan., Hendropriyono was accused by human rights activists of ordering attacks that killed more than 100 unarmed villagers in 1989, according to Associated Press and other published reports. In 2004, he threatened action against foreign humanitarian groups monitoring human rights issues, published reports said.

Hendropriyono replaced an intelligence chief who had conducted surveillance against U.S. and Australian officials, according to U.S. and Australian sources. Al Qaeda leader Omar Farouq had the U.S. Embassy under surveillance and U.S. Ambassador Robert S. Gelbard believed that the Indonesians had purposely blown an operation meant to capture a bombing team targeting
the U.S. compound in Jakarta.

In August 2001, Hendropriyono was "a breath of fresh air," said one CIA officer who worked with him. "He was focused, very controversial, but very dynamic." Unlike his predecessor, he was willing to work with the Americans, at a price. Besides phone calls and office visits, Tenet worked hard on Hendropriyono's requests for goods and services. "These guys had 1970s technology," the CIA officer said. "They were dying for equipment, surveillance, wiretaps."
Tenet came through on two of Hendropriyono's personal requests as well: to provide seed money for a regional intelligence school, the International Institute of Intelligence on Batam Island, and to get a relative of Hendropriyono's into a top-rated American university.

When his grades proved an obstacle, the CIA director arranged for him to attend the National War College at Fort McNair, four sources said. Hendropriyono proved his willingness to cooperate by arresting Muhammad Saad Iqbal Madni, a Egyptian who the CIA believed was linked to British failed shoe bomber Richard C. Reid. He also agreed to allow the CIA to take Madni to Egypt for interrogation under a process known as "rendition." Hendropriyono agreed to expand the cooperation, and officers arrested a few dozen Indonesians suspected of links to terrorism. He began efforts to close down terrorist financing. Then he secured the approval of his political leadership to apprehend Farouq, believed to be a top al Qaeda figure in Southeast Asia. "He forced [the Indonesian security services ] to work with us and we
started picking up the bigger fish," Gelbard said. Attempts to reach Hendropriyono were unsuccessful.

The Goss Era

Porter J. Goss, who succeeded Tenet as CIA director just over a year ago, could hardly be more different. For all of Tenet's gregariousness, Goss is the picture of reserve. And there are indications that Goss may not place as much emphasis on combining forces with others overseas. When Goss took over, he said he valued these partnerships but announced a goal of improving what he called "unilateral" intelligence collection and operations.
"We have gotten more unilateral, though still not as much as I'd like," he told employees in a staff meeting. "It's getting the right kind of people trained in the right places under the right cover against the right targets."

There are plans to send more case officers into the field and to increase deep-cover positions that would require officers to spend longer periods, and perhaps their careers, in one country, integrated into the culture and, in some cases, cut off from the traditional embassy-based CIA station.

Stories about Goss's reluctance to meet with his foreign counterparts are rife, fueled in part by a cable from headquarters to overseas station chiefs, saying appointments with foreign services should be arranged for Tuesdays or Thursdays. The memo, CIA officials have said, was not meant to discourage such meetings but to assure officers that Goss would set aside time for such important visitors. During a recent trip to the U.S. Special Operations
Command base in Qatar, Goss did not meet with the head of the country or Qatar's  intelligence chief. Intelligence officials say that is because Goss had met with them recently.

Others say Tenet would never had flown so far and missed a chance to schmooze. In any case, current and former intelligence officials predicted that the new, deeper relationships with
foreign intelligence agencies will endure because the countries involved have a strong, common interest in confronting terrorism. And they said CIA station chiefs will continue to cultivate and encourage the ties, given the success they've yielded thus far. "Most of these relationships are built on the ground," said a former intelligence official who spent most of his career overseas.

Researcher Julie Tate contributed to this report.

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Dijual Rumah dengan Luas Tanah: 357 M² dan Luas Bangunan: 200 M².
Lokasi pinggir jalan.  Lima Menit dari Terminal Bis Baranangsiang Bogor.
Fasilitas:
Listrik: 2200 Watt.
Telepon. Air PAM & Sumur.
Kamar Tidur: 7.
Kamar Mandi: 4.
Sertifikat Hak Milik.
Harga: 550 jt Rupiah (nego).
Peminat Serius hubungi: Husam Suhaemi (0813-1402-3012).

Tanpa Perantara!!.


Kekaguman Seorang Suami Hahahaha...
Hihihihi...
Sumber: Milist


Lebih lanjut tentang Diabetes Sumber:
Indra Harjanto


Free Consultation !
Herbal Information Centre, Dr. Liza
Hotel Salak 2nd Floor
Jl. Ir. Juanda No. 8
Bogor 16121

Telp : 0251 347620
HP: 0812 18 078 32
email : indra_herbal@yahoo.com

Lima Rahasia Istri Sempurna Humor dari milist...
Penulis: Anonymous


Modul Mikrotik-2.8.26 Mikrotik, merupakan salah satu distro linux yang mengkhususkan diri di bidang server router terutama yang berbasis wireless. Distro ini sangat mudah diinstall dan familiar saat penggunaannya.

Pada tutorial ini, penulis mencoba membuat tutorial singkat dan tepat sehingga dalam waktu singkat pengguna awam linux sekalipun dapat menginstall dan mengkonfigurasikan mikrotik sehingga dapat digunakan sebagai gateway yang berfungsi juga sebagai bandwidth controller dan web proxy.



Cinta Sejati Sumber: Milist / Anonymous


Dilihat dari usianya beliau sudah tidak muda lagi, usia yg sudah senja bahkan sudah mendekati malam, Pak Suyatno 58 tahun kesehariannya diisi dengan merawat istrinya yang sakit istrinya juga sudah tua. mereka menikah sudah lebih 32 tahun



Bobodoran Sunda Sumber: Milist
Penulis: Keroyokan


RI Laksanakan Order CIA Sumber:

JAWA POS Sabtu, 19 Nov 2005

dan

Foreign Network at Front of CIA's Terror Fight
By Dana Priest
Washington Post
Friday, November 18, 2005


HATI-HATI mengkonsumsi MIE INSTANT! Sumber: Milist/Anonymous


Mengapa Irlandia menjadi Negara ke-dua Terkaya di Eropa ? Artikel lawas.. namun berguna [bagi pemerintah!!]
By THOMAS L. FRIEDMAN
The New York Times
Published: June 29, 2005


Berbagi Pengalaman... Sumber: Milist / Anonymous

Ketika Putri mendadak memutuskan cintanya, Irfan berubah jadi pemurung. Dan ketika gadis pujaannya itu menikah diam-diam di Surabaya, Irfan betul-betul frustrasi. Dia tak mau makan-minum, sehingga akhirnya terkena tifus. Betapa ironis, ketika mantan kekasihnya tengah menikmati bulan madu di Bali, dia justru terbaring di rumah sakit. Lalu, apakah yang dapat dilakukan seorang ayah untuk menghibur anak lelakinya yang patah hati? Untuk membangkitkan kembali semangat juangnya yang hampir mati?



Cinta & Waktu Nice article...
 Source: Milist/Anonymous

Alkisah di suatu pulau kecil, tinggallah berbagai macam benda-benda abstrak.Ada Cinta, Kesedihan, Kekayaan, Kegembiraan, dan sebagainya. Mereka hidup berdampingan dengan baik. Namun suatu ketika, datang badai menghempas pulau kecil itu dan air laut tiba-tiba naik dan akan menenggelamkan pulau itu.


Pertanyaan Seputar "Flu Burung" Reproduced from FAQ "Frequently Asked Question" of Bird Flu in WHO website, within permission. Any further reproduction of this material should be requested directly to WHO.

Oleh beritaiptek.com

1 Tamparan untuk 3 Pertanyaan Ada seorang pemuda yang lama sekolah di luar negeri, kembali ke tanah air. Sesampainya di rumah ia meminta kepada orang tuanya untuk mencari seorang guru agama, kiyai atau siapa saja yang bisa menjawab 3 pertanyaannya. Akhirnya orang tua pemuda itu mendapatkan orang tersebut, seorang kiyai.


Memo ter-enkripsi Sumber: milist / anonymous
Sebuah contoh bagaimana mengenkripsikan surat.. :)


Telepon Emas Humor menyindir Penguasa Orde Baru...
Sumber: Milist
Penulis: Anonymous


Nutrisi dalam Mentimun Sumber:
Johan
PT. Ayam Goreng Fatmawati Indonesia
Hotel Salak The Heritage Lt. 2
Jl. Ir. H Juanda No. 8, Bogor 16121
Telp. +62251-347620, +62251-350400 ext. 59
Fax. +62251-347608
e-mail. info@fatmawati.com
www.fatmawati.com


Tahukah Anda?.. Tidak ada seekorpun burung penguin yang hidup di Kutub Utara.
Belahan bumi bagian Utara bukanlah habitat alami penguin.
Keseluruhan 17 sub spesies penguin tinggal di belahan selatan bumi.
Sumber: Milist


Blocking Situs Porno dengan DansGuardian Pengantar:

Pemerintah telah mengesahkan Undang-Undang Informasi Transaksi Elektronik (ITE), dalam pasal 27 ayat 1 mengatur bahwa pornografi dilarang peredarannya di internet.




Pria vs Cowok Sumber: milist/anonymous

P R I V A S I C O W O K


Tidak semua pria dewasa menjadi 'pria', ada juga yang masih begitu kekanakan setelah umurnya mencapai 40.
Tenaaaang, jangan keburu marah dulu dengan kenyataan ini, mungkin memang sebagian orang dilahirkan untuk jadi 'pria', tapi memang ada juga yang cukup menjadi 'cowok' saja.
Sekali lagi, jangan kawatir, terima saja diri Anda sebagai pria (P) atau sebagai cowok (C), toh semua punya nilai lebih dan kurang tersendiri.


Anak yang Bijak Artikel lumayan untuk dibaca... tentang mengajarkan anak tentang kesederhanaan
Sumber: Milist
Penulis: Anonymous


Humor Preman yang Mati Humor Preman yang Mati
Sumber: Milist
Penulis: Anonymous


Agus dan Budi Cerita lucu ttg Agus dan Budi dari Milist
Penulis asli Anonymous


Pernyataan Dewan Pers Ttg Playboy Indonesia Salut buat Dewan Pers...

Pernyataan Dewan Pers
Nomor 07/P-DP/IV/2006

Tentang
Penerbitan Majalah PLAYBOY Indonesia




Segelas Susu Sumber: milist / anoymous
Sebuah cerita yang mengingatkan kita bahwa selalu ada balasan untuk setiap kebaikan.
Selamat membaca...


Sayap kiri Lalat = Racun -- Sayap kanan Lalat = Obat Maraknya kasus flu burung (Avian Influenza / AI) saat ini di negara kita ternyata telah diperingatkan oleh Rasulullah... Mau tahu lebih lanjut.. silahkan baca artikel berikut ini.
Sumber: Milist


Injeksi Telephone Lokal Sekedar coba-cob tapi cukup ampuh, bagi kamu yang suka bereksperimen
suatu hari kamu ingin menelepon dari rumah, tiba-tiba
telephone rumah kamu dikunci oleh emak...waksssssss karena ketauan sering make buat telpn pacar oleh kamu :~P.
thingking ! cari kunci, diumpetin. Minta emak diomelin.
saatnya injeksi.
this is just for education, outside that no the writer's responsibility



Denah ke Ciomas Dear all...
Bagi yang memiliki waktu luang mari kita silaturanhmi di acara Resepsi pernikahan Adik saya (Nia Husnia) yang akan diadakan di Ciomas pada hari Sabtu, 06 Januari 2007.

Berikut ini denahnya....
Untuk yang mo print silahkan tekan icon print di pojok kanan atas artikel ini.
Ato kalo kesulitan bisa juga di save dulu ke pdf.. :)

Ditunggu kehadirannya



Alasan Jatuh Cinta Sebuah artikel dengan judul Alasan Jatuh Cinta yang didapat dari Milist oleh seorang penulis bernama Dyan.


Ketika Kita Tidak Cocok Lagi Petuah bagi Suami-Istri... :)
Artikel dari MyQuran.com.


Sifat Umum dan Perilaku Sex berdasarkan Golongan Darah Sekedar intermezo... jangan diambil pusing.. :p~
Sumber: Milist
Penulis: Anonymous


Kisah Seorang Pemeriksa Pajak Artikel menarik dari milist...
Penulis: anonymous


Laptop murah MIT (cuman US$ 100) Nyampe Indonesia gak yah?...

Sumber: http://laptop.media.mit.edu/


Daun Ketela Pohon Sumber:
Johan
PT. Ayam Goreng Fatmawati Indonesia (Franchise System)
Jl. Ir. H. Juanda No. 8, Bogor 16121
Telp. +62251-347620, +62251-350400 ext. 59
Fax. +62251-347608
e-mail. info@fatmawati.com
www.fatmawati.com


Tentang Saya... Assalamu'alaikum Wr. Wb.

Tak Kenal Maka Tak Sayang...

Oleh karenanya, pada bagian ini saya akan mencoba memperkenalkan diri saya kepada pembaca sekalian...



10 Anggapan Salah tentang Penyakit Jantung! Sumber: Oleh Dr.Handrawan Nadesul, Dokter Umum

Jempol Anget Sumber: Milist/Anonymous


Terapi Alami Untuk Membantu Menyembuhkan Stroke !! Sumber:
Free Health Consultation !!
cp: Indra Harjanto
email :indra_herbal@yahoo.com
hp: 08121807832


Tangan yang Dicium Rasulullah Tangan yang Dicium Rasulullah
Prof. DR. Jalaluddin Rakhmat

sumber : www.icc-jakarta.com


Di tepi laut, tempat para nelayan mencari nafkah, Kampung Kali Baru VI, Cilincing, Tanjung Priok, Jakarta Utara, para ibu, bapak, remaja dan anak-anak yang akan dikhitan, kurang lebih lima puluh orang, berdatangan untuk memperingati Maulid Nabi Muhammad SAW. Di situlah tempat kegiatan pengajian Majelis Ta'lim Pondok Indah yang diketuai Budiyono, yang menjadi program syi'ar ajaran Ahlulbait Nabi SAW. Mereka disambut warga setempat dengan ramah, dan dalam melaksanakan kegiatan ini dibantu para remaja karangtaruna.



Wasiat Umamah binti Al-Harits untuk Putrinya Ummu Iyyas binti 'Auf Dari milist
Diambil dari:
As'adu -Imroatin fil 'Alam,
DR. Aidh bin Abdullah Al-Qarni, M.A



Test untuk Calon Suami Sekedar Selingan... he he he..
Sumber: Milist
Penulist: Anonymous


Rasulullah SAW dan seorang Pengemis Yahudi Buta.. Sebuah Kisah yang menjelaskan betapa mulianya akhlaq Rasulullah SWT. Semoga kita bisa meneladaninya, Amiin...


Kisah tukang Cukur Artikel menarik untuk menjelaskan keberadaan Tuhan...
Dari milist, penulis Anonymous


Legaaaaa!!! Sudah lama gak posting di rumah maya-ku ini...
Sekarang mo curhat ahh...



Kakekku duduk di pojok Teman, anak-anak adalah persepsi dari kita. Mata mereka akan selalu mengamati, telinga mereka akan selalu menyimak, dan pikiran mereka akan selalu mencerna setiap hal yang kita lakukan. Mereka ada peniru. Jika mereka melihat kita memperlakukan orang lain dengan sopan, hal itu pula yang akan dilakukan oleh mereka saat dewasa kelak.
Orangtua yang bijak, akan selalu menyadari, setiap "bangunan jiwa" yang disusun, adalah pondasi yang kekal buat masa depan anak-anak. Mari, susunlah bangunan itu dengan bijak. Untuk anak-anak kita, untuk masa depan kita, untuk semuanya. Sebab, untuk mereka lah kita akan selalu belajar, bahwa berbuat baik pada orang lain, adalah sama halnya dengan tabungan masa depan.
Sumber: Milist
Penulis: Gin Hoa  1972


Pohon Kategori Tanggal Lahir

Termasuk kategori pohon apakah Anda ?
Sumber: milist/anonymous


Sertifikasi Gratis sampai 31 Mei 2006 Dear all...
Ada info menarik khususnya untuk praktisi IT.
Brainbench.com sedang membuka program sertifikasi gratis.
Silahkan daftar ke Brainbench.com.
Lumayan... dapat sertifikasi gratis...

Sebagai bukti ini hasil saya test semalem.. lumayan lulus semua... :)


Screen Saver Sumber: Milist
Penulis: Anonymous


Telat Sasasih Sumber: milist urangsunda@yahoogroups.com


Hiji poe, Euis nyambut carogena nu mulih ti kantor bari semu sugema. Panganten anyar carita.

"Kang� abdi telat sasasih. Urang baris gaduh orok." Ceuk Euis. "Tadi tes ka dokter. Tapi ulah waka ngawartosan sasaha, bilih teu janten."



Manfaat Shalat Subuh Dari Milist
Manfaat Shalat Subuh
Oleh : Dr. dr. Barita Sitompul SpJP

Setiap pagi kalau kita tinggal didekat mesjid maka akan terbangun mendengar adzan subuh, yang menyuruh kita untuk melaksanakan shalat subuh. Bagi mereka yang beriman segera saja melemparkan selimut dan segera wudhu dan shalat baik di rumah masing-masing atau ke mushalla atau masjid terdekat dengan berjalan kaki.


DAUN terbang karena ANGIN bertiup atau karena POHON tidak memintanya untuk tinggal Tulisan menarik tentang liku-liku cinta...
Sumber: Milist
Penulis: Anonymous


Serba-serbi di Pagi Hari Sumber: Milist/Anonymous


Bosan Hidup Adakalanya seseorang pada fase tertentu mengalami kebosanan dalam menjalani hidup. Cerita berikut ini mungkin dapat kita telaah bersama bagaimana cara mengatasi kebosanan dalam hidup.
Sumber: Milist.
Penulis: Anonymous




Kata-kata Mutiara Untuk tambahan saja..
Sumber: Milist



Siapa Gerangan ? Sumber: Milist
Penulis: Anonymous


Mengenali Stroke Sewaktu pesta barbeque, seorang teman terjatuh - dia   meyakinkan   semua orang yang datang kalau dia tidak apa2 (mereka menawarkan   memanggil   paramedik) dan hanya tersandung batu bata karena sepatu barunya.

Sumber: Milist / Anonymous


Kompetisi Drakula Humor lama yg sering saya dapat dari milist. Tapi tiap baca lagi pasti ngakak.... =))
Sumber: milist / anonymous


Ada 3 drakula, mereka bikin kompetisi siapa yang paling kejam dan sadis.
Drakula yang paling muda dapet kesempetan duluan. Tiba-tiba dia lari secepat kilat, terus 2 menit udah balik lagi. Mukanya penuh lumuran darah, seringainya serem. Terus dia ngomong : "Lu pade liat Desa di seberang bukit itu?"
Yang dua ngangguk, "Iya, liat"
"Desa itu .. habiissss !!!!"


10 KESALAH PAHAMAN TENTANG SUKSES 10 KESALAH PAHAMAN TENTANG SUKSES

(diadaptasi dari "The Top 10 Misconceptions About Success", Jim M. Allen. CoachJim.com)


Memaafkan Kesalahan Teman Memaafkan Kesalahan Teman

(DiKutip dari buku La Tahzan / Don't be sad By. Dr. A'id Abdullah Al-Qarni)

Allah SWT, berfirman: "Jadilah engkau pemaaf dan suruhlah orang mengerjakan yang ma'ruf , serta berpalinglah dari pada orang-orang yang bodoh." (QS. al A'raf [7]; 199)


Yaaaa Gituuuu deh.. Sumber: Milist/Anonymous

Darsono, Wardi, Sugeng dan Jono janjian mengadakan reuni di Restoran yang ada tempat Karaokenya. Sambil makan, mereka berempat ber-bincang2 sambil bernostalgia.
Setelah makan Darsono pamit meninggalkan teman2nya sebentar untuk nyanyi karaoke,



Istimewanya wanita Saduran dari blog merahsenjakala

Istimewanya wanita

Kaum feminis bilang susah jadi wanita, lihat saja peraturan dibawah ini:


Tilangku (yang pertama)

Semalam (10-07-2008) kira-kira pkl 19:30 WIB saya dan rekan-rekan dalam perjalanan pulang dari Bogor menuju Cinere melewati Grand Depok City (Kota Kembang). Malam sebelumnya melewati jalan yang sama, jalur (kiri) untuk menuju ke Depok ditutup oleh palang balok karena sedang ada perbaikan jalan, jadi terpaksa ambil jalur kanan.



Cara Mudah Mencegah Kanker Sepertinya semakin sering kita mendengar orang terkena kanker. Tentunya ada perasaan takut dan was-was, jangan-jangan diri kita adalah calon penderita kanker.

Penelitian oleh Institute Kanker Nasional AS menyebutkan tiga puluh persen kasus kanker disebabkan oleh rokok dan sekitar 35 - 50 persen kasus kanker disebabkan oleh makanan. Tapi, kapan sih kita dapat terkena kanker?

Sumber:
Herbal Information Centre
Jl. Ir. H. Juanda No.8
telp: 0251 347620
email: indra_herbal@yahoo.com
hp: 08121807832


Doktor "Miscellaneous Causa" Sumber: milist / anonymous

Doktor "Miscellaneous Causa"

By: Nining I Soesilo
Direktur UKM Center FEUI; Alumni ITB; University of Iowa AS


Gusti Allah, ora sare (Allah itu tidak pernah istirahat) Artikel menarik untuk menyegarkan batin kita kembali...
Penulis: Anonymous


Perbedaan Yoi, Iya dan Ya Begitulah Sumber: Milist/Anonymous

Turis amerika yang sedang belajar Bahasa Indonesia sedang bingung, mengapa orang Indonesia, jika menjawab pertanyaan itu beda-beda seperti Yoi, Iya, dan ya begitulah.

Lalu, ia bertanya kepada seorang pejabat,



Hormati Azan HUBUNGAN ANTARA AZAN & NAZAK (saat Sakaratul maut)
Dari berbagai sumber


Renungkanlah wahai sahabat-sahabatku yang dirahmati Allah SWT, mengapa lidah kelu di saat kematian? Tetapi kematian itu pasti menjelma. Hanya masa dan waktunya yang tidak kita ketahui.

Coba kita amati. Mengapa kebanyakan orang yang nazak, hampir ajalnya tidak dapat berkata apa-apa.. Lidahnya kelu, keras dan hanya mimik mukanya yang menahan kesakitan 'sakaratul maut'. Diriwayatkan sebuah hadist yg bermaksud: "Hendaklah kamu mendiamkan diri ketika azan, jika tidak Allah akan kelukan lidahnya ketika maut menghampirinya."



Asal Usul Nama Indonesia Dari Milist

Asal Usul Nama Indonesia
Oleh IRFAN ANSHORY



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Wasiat Nabi Muhammad SAW kepada Sayyidinda Ali RA WASIAT NABI MUHAMMAD SAW KEPADA SAYIDINA ALI RA

Wahai Ali, bagi orang MUKMIN ada 3 tanda-tandanya:
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