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Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten that published cartoons picturing prophet Mohammad as terrorist apologized to the Islamic world yesterday. All controversial cartoons can be seen here (I afraid that you need to be patient, server is overloaded) Yesterday Hamas leader Mahmoud Zahar demanded Israel to change State’s Flag: “Israel must remove the two blue stripes from its national flag”, said Zahar. “The stripes on the flag are symbols of occupation. They signify Israel’s borders stretching from the River Euphrates to the River Nile.” From Arutz Sheva, online…
Popular among expats living in Finland and Finns loving English readings Ovi magazine launched their own blog – OviBlog. Congratulations and happy posting!
Blue Originally uploaded by Gloel. Color scheme of operating in Finland Blue1 fly carrier, owned by SAS airlines. Looks very inspirative during early morning fly.
Runebergin torttu Originally uploaded by 25944494@N00 hfb. Runeberg cake, so named for the Finnish national poet who is remembered every year on the 5th of February. Recipe – www.axis-of-aevil.net/archives/2006/01/runeberg_cakes.html
Mother&Son Originally uploaded by Stebbi. [Stefán Kjartansson](http://www.nordicdesignblog.com/wordpress/archives/402) says: I design, mom sews… We make blankets…. They are hot…
Silhouettes Originally uploaded by Roomeri. St Henriks Art Chapel in Hirvensalo. Exterior view: www.flickr.com/photos/roomdigic/89606974/
Erotic Glass Design Originally uploaded by borolad259. Girl putting on stockings by Sven Palmquist. 1950s Swedish glass.
Spoons Originally uploaded by kjmniemi. Window shopping 🙂 This was taken at the Iittala store on Pohjoisesplanadi in Helsinki.
Alone Originally uploaded by Jonne Naarala. Lonely poster of Matti Vanhanen‘s presidential campaign beside of empty stands of other candidates. This picture seems quet ironic now, because yesterday was a second round of elections, where Tarja Halonen defeated Sauli Niinistö with very tight score: 51.8% for Halonen, 48.2% for Niinistö. Matti Vanhanen gone out from the race on the first round few weeks ago.