ArabCrunch Under Threats: Hillary Clinton and the State Department To Compete with ArabCrunch!

3 Aug, 2010

Update: A NEW POST It Is About “Injustice & Liberty”: Update About Hillary Clinton’s Competing Project with ArabCrunch

Update 2: this is a long post: Our sources who are close to the U.S State Department and the US Department of Defense have informed us that if you do not find ways to collaborate with the State Department ” they will destroy you.”

Update 3: We are not looking for “cheap” publicity with this post. The event with Craig and Steven is older than the post publishing date. there are better ways to get public attention rather than involve such controversial issues that involves our name “VS. in some ways” the only super power in the world which would put the writer of this post safety  at “risks”. This post is not a waste of time. The public needs to know what is going behind the scenes. The public needs to know that what is unjust, unfair,  what is blackmail, hypocrite and “criminal in general, not pointing to anything in specific about the word criminal”

We hate politics at ArabCrunch and we try our best to avoid it, but this time it came to us.
Steven R. Koltai State Department announced recently during US Delegation on Entrepreneurship event held in Amman, Jordan at the end of last June that U.S Department of State will launch a competing project to ArabCrunch.NET on its website, the competing project will have mentoring match making targeting Muslims and Arab entrepreneurs. And it comes under the U.S Federal government and Obama‘s plan to “support” entrepreneurship in the Arab & Muslim world. As a pillar in a new policy to fight “terrorism” by engaging with people in the region.

During the event which was organized by a new event group in Amman Called Amman Tech Tuesday, I raised my hand asking the delegates who some of them are real entrepreneurship like Tom Kelle from TechStar and Shervin Pishevar SGN and an investor in gowala to join ArabCrunch.NET, that led some people (without mentioning names) to call my question as “advertising for ArabCrunch”, while others told us that the “whole event is a propaganda for the US. government.”

Then I  moved on to ask Steven from the State dep. that we do not feel comfortable at ArabCrunch to have the U.S State Department competing with us, since the US federal government has over 1 trillion USD in yearly budget, 1 million soldiers, Nukes, around 1 million CIA, FBI and other intelligent personal inside USA alone let alone the company that operates under other cover “and let alone in other countries around the world.”

I told him we can deal with the private sector competition, but not with (the only) super power like the US government. This move is 100% against the capitalist principles and the free market ideology that the United States government has been professing around the world for decades. I also told him that this sound like Communism.

He replied back by saying there is room for everyone and the amount of resources the US gov. is putting in this is low! Yes it is low to take down a small startup like ArabCrunch. And I do not believe that people at the US Stat Department believe there is something called room for everyone!

After the event Greg Behrman from the US State Department and a Member of its the Policy Planning Staff, has proposed that I meet him along with Steven in order to discuss and “collaborate” off course I said NO, as the term “collaboration” meaning becoming spy in the technical term.

I recently sent the following message to Creg from the state dep. and yet he did not reply:


Apology for not replying earlier, I understand your government is about to launch a competing project to with a mentoring website at the U.S. state dep. site   among other projects aimed on entrepreneurs  in the name of helping!

This means the US federal government is competing with a private startup from the Arab/Muslim world: ArabCrunch. which is 100% against the  principles of free market and the freedom  innovation that US federal gov. professed around the world for decades , Governments should  not enter in competition with the private sector, specially if they are indigence.

As I said in the US delegation event in Amman, Jordan last month, ArabCrunch can not compete with the US federal government, which has over 1 trillion USD in yearly budget an army of over  millions soldiers  CIA/FBI agents nukes and what not with advanced weapons.

Your friend from the U.S Stat department answered by saying there is room and not all U.S federal budget is put into this project. Room? Yes for sure it does not need billions to destroy ArabCrunch and oust it. It needs very little effort, actually there no way to even  compare between AC, me and US. Federal gov. Me and ArabCrunch are no match to your resources at any level, we do not even make 6 figures, we are still in the startup mood.

At ArabCrunch we got NO political agenda, we are not an NGO, Mark Zagroubring said once you can not change the world by being an NGO, because you will be begging for money all the time. We are a startup aiming to help other startups and geeks speacialy Arabs and Muslims . and until now ArabCrunch is the only one  from the private sector  in the world doing what we do, with focus on Arabs and Muslims.

My advice is that the U.S federal government or any of its agencies should not  compete with ArabCrunch network and not fund (directly or indirectly) those who start competing projects to ArabCrunch group.

This makes me honestly scarred and not just worried about ArabCrunch but also about my own personal safety. US gov. is a super power, we on the other hand are Nada. Also I am not sure how would the US government feel about a small non American entity that is competing with it, in some of its projects and that is growing day after day. As i have no intention in leaving or closing ArabCrunch at any case.

I can deal with competition coming from with private sector, but at the level of governments ( specially if they are Super powers or backed by) I get really  worried.


The US government has started a competing Arabic news TV to Aljazeera with its 100%  owned ” Alhurra Arabic TV”, and before its army has bombed Aljazeera offices in Baghdad and Afghanistan killing Aljazeera Jordanian correspondent in Baghadad. A memo that was leaked during Gorge Bush terms said that he had planned to bomb Alajzeera Head Quarter in Qatar.

Yesterday, a US republican Congressman has asked for the execution of alleged Whistleblower Bradley Manning. Wikileaks also recently published a leaked document that dates to 2009 about US army plans to destroy wikileaks image to the public by attacking its heart ( trust.)

Our sources who are close to the U.S State Department and the US Department of Defense have informed us that if you do not find ways to collaborate with the State Department ” they will destroy you.”

We are not a political organization and we do not have any political agendas, but it seems George Bush motto of “with us or against us” is still valid and applies to not just to politics but also on tech and entrepreneurship!

We’ve been and still under attack from different directions, we will not consider the US Federal government or any other government as enemy even if they consider us as so “directly or indirectly.”

It would be interesting to see how far the “engagement plan” will go to!

#Hillary Clinton photo by merfam. other photo by 3alarasi.

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  1. Fatin  |  August 3rd, 2010 at 7:34 PM #

    Shortly this news gave me headache !!!
    how can be ??!!

  2. Sardar Mohkim Khan  |  August 3rd, 2010 at 7:59 PM #

    What a lame move by them! why the hell do they want to monopolize every sector in every country of the world?

  3. Gaith Saqer  |  August 3rd, 2010 at 8:06 PM #

    arrogance! it is the first sen remember?

  4. Islam  |  August 3rd, 2010 at 8:22 PM #

    Subhan Allah, they can’t stand to see someone who is not American successful, add to that it will give them the opportunity to have a legion of “free” loyal spies, even if these spies don’t even know that they are being used.

  5. Mohammed  |  August 3rd, 2010 at 8:30 PM #

    You keep saying “we try to avoid politics” but few of your recent articles are political. Aren’t there enough technology news out there?

    Don’t alienate Arabcrunch fans who come here to read about technology.

    I have to say you are exaggerating a bit with this article. Are you seeking sympathy? I honestly think you shouldn’t have posted it on Arabcrunch. Not only does it make the website unprofessional but it makes you, personally, unprofessional. Create a personal blog and rant all you. That’s what most people do.

    Also, why are you speaking on behalf of all people in this region? I don’t see the big deal about a competitive project. Great for entrepreneurs and great for people to have different source of information. Give people some credit. If they see the new project as a propaganda for a US agenda, they will not follow it. Leave the choice to them.

    I agree that there’s a room for everyone and the more support for Arab entrepreneurs, the better. Don’t you think? Seems to me you are worried about losing readership and business than anything else.

    Don’t post under the pretext of patriotism. In all cases, patriotism and a technology portals don’t mix. Don’t lose focus.

  6. Gaith Saqer  |  August 3rd, 2010 at 9:08 PM #

    Random and Moe.

    They are not, they relate to tech even though sounds political.

    – I did not speak on behalf of anyone

    – Competitive project from the private sector is ok, but not from the only super power.

    – free market principles that the US is founded on, says Government should not compete with the private sector. where is that?

    – Our sources who are close to the U.S State Department and the US Department of Defense have informed us that if you do not find ways to collaborate with the State Department ” they will destroy you.”

    – did you get funded by any chance by the state? or you work with them? what is your real name? :)

  7. Mohammed  |  August 3rd, 2010 at 9:34 PM #

    Gaith, my name is Mohammed and no, I don’t work with anyone. What kind of question is that? Just because I disagree with your post, you automatically think I am “funded”?

    For the record, my criticism was constructive. I am a big fan of Arabcrunch and I hate to see it drift into politics.


  8. Gaith Saqer  |  August 3rd, 2010 at 10:21 PM #

    I stated facts or are you blind?

  9. Jason bron  |  August 3rd, 2010 at 10:48 PM #

    The US government has killed 2 million Muslims in Iraq look at the video here:

    to see how they kill children in cool blood. Killing non-Americans is ok in their ideology. Which resulted in terrorism.

    The Zionist behind the US administration thought it is better to engage and show a nice face to Muslims so their image looks good but also with the red eye to those who say no. So they agree to be under their control. “Here is the money but you are my slave and under my control”

    USA wants to control every aspect of Muslims life, they do not control Muslims politically but also in business and wants now the tech sector that is emerging in the Muslim world to be under its control. via its CIA hand.

    CIA is changing the education system in the Muslim world and the culture via its funded TV channels like alarabiya and Al Hurra, MBC …, why? because Islam says you are a slave to God, giving humans the real freedom. And the CIA wants you to be their slave.!

    It seems ArabCrunch refused offers to join and that the CIA is behind the DDos attack, Those who say this post is bullshit are even ignorant or CIA agents.

    Those who put their hand publicly with the US government are just a new “Awakening counsel of Arab tech” -Sahawat-

    The party “Zionists” that is controlling both the democratic and republican party is not just the enemy of Muslims but to all mankind.

    IF you are an Arab who works with the CIA, please read this “You are a slave you are a nigar, you know it deep in your heart this is true, wake up before it is too late. and if you did not change remember that you are a slave, no matter how nice they talk to you, you are a slave to criminals”

  10. Saddened by your Behavior  |  August 3rd, 2010 at 10:55 PM #

    Hey Gaith,

    Im sorry but I absolutely have to agree with Mohammed – your approach towards this subject matter (and your approach towards Mohammed) is absolutely ridiculous.

    1) You definitely are blowing the issue out of proportion. The USA is not taking you on, an INITIATIVE of the US may compete with you in some ways, but that is it.

    2) A mentoring and matchmaking program is very different then what you do. You are a technology news website that COVERS startups. NOT directly funding mentoring or matchmaking programs.

    3) Your entire article is full of various different parts of unrelated information (bringing aljazeera and wikilinks), that have absolutely nothing to do with your original story – making you sound sadly pathetic and emotional.

    Its really a shame that a quality site such as ArabCrunch as reduced itself to this type and quality of content and considers it news, and as the comments have shown, have shown how badly you take criticism.

  11. Mohammed  |  August 3rd, 2010 at 10:57 PM #

    You did not state facts. You quoted a ‘source’. That does not mean anything. Your source could be lying to you. In journalism, if you don’t cite a source, your article is not credible.

    Again, your being unprofessional, not only with your article, but with your comments as well.

  12. Ibtehal  |  August 3rd, 2010 at 11:05 PM #

    “What comes from lips Reaches the ears and what comes from hearts reaches Hearts”,,,So let them talk and talk for Good , They can do Nothing about it , As long as u r holding on to what u r Believing in Then no one On Earth, No Matter how Big He or His Supporters is , Can beat u , So Go a head, Shine and Keep ur Positive Spirit up!! Good Luck Guys

  13. Jasem  |  August 3rd, 2010 at 11:11 PM #

    Saddend: has a mentorship match making program. USA government has a history in killing journalists in Aljazeera and now they want wikileaks.

    @Mohammad in media when a source is being asked his name not to be published then this is should be the case. this is media professionalism, i unlike The Wired who handed wikileak source to the FBI. which not just unprofessional but unethical. If ArabCrunch reveal the source then the source might meet this guy fate

  14. Anas  |  August 3rd, 2010 at 11:20 PM #

    The world has been divided again, a party with US government tyranny that you can read a bet about it here and those who believe in freedom!

  15. Anas  |  August 3rd, 2010 at 11:21 PM #

  16. ashraf  |  August 3rd, 2010 at 11:28 PM #

    Does anyone know of any non-white man who said no to America? he is even dead or hiding in a cave!

    Gaith you are a true man by saying NO to fascists, all Jordan is proud of you.

  17. Mohammed  |  August 3rd, 2010 at 11:30 PM #

    @Jasem – When you cite an unnamed source, you should at least provide a proof of the information supplied. Otherwise, as in this case, it’s nothing but hearsay.

    I agree with 100% about Wired. Unethical indeed.

  18. Jasem  |  August 3rd, 2010 at 11:51 PM #

    @Moi if Gaith’s intentions to protect the source then if proof is provided the source might be exposed. So he might be going to protect him or keeping the proof for later if that is not the case! as i never saw him here lie in any news story attributed to a source.

  19. Khelll  |  August 3rd, 2010 at 11:53 PM #

    I really feel with exaggeration here. Dude, life is filled with competition, you’d better get used to it. The quality is what matters, nothing else.
    Does al Huraa TV even get compared to Aljazeera TV? I just remembered that there is such TV channel even….

  20. Maamoun  |  August 4th, 2010 at 12:08 AM #

    In short: exaggeration.

    Dear Ghaith, you’re going nowhere with publish such articles, sticking to pure technical subjects would benefit more people including ArabCrunch itself, while politics and religion have their people.
    Even when it comes to competition, allow me to say that only strong ones make it to the end, not the ones who defends themselves. Be strong in your exclusives and topic rather than making excuses my friend.
    Good luck.

  21. Gaith Saqer  |  August 4th, 2010 at 12:10 AM #

    @khelll, competition is ok in a free market in a free world and between the private sector, do you even compare ArabCrunch resources to the US federal government? note i say US federal not America, as not all americans agree with “hypocrites” like Hillary Clinton.

    Who if you remember blocked sourceforge in your country “Syria”, remember who was asking me to post about this, if ArabCrunch was owned by hillary clinton would you see a post about it? or talk about “freedom” in Syria, China and Iran? while blocking open source from 120 million humans?

    Capitalizem means the government has no business in competing with the private sector

    USA is the head of capitalism in the world, or in the Arab world they are communist? just wondering.

  22. Rachid Lakhal  |  August 4th, 2010 at 12:31 AM #

    Salam alaykom. Just do your job Gaith and forget about them.

  23. Khelll  |  August 4th, 2010 at 12:32 AM #

    Are we discussing capitalism or ArabCrunch here?
    Suppose they started that business, would they mention stuff like AC did on sourceforge issue?
    That’s the quality of posts we are talking about dude. You will find no competition there. Trust me on that.
    Keep the good work, learn from trials and conclude lessons. That’s it.
    Good luck.

  24. Fatin  |  August 4th, 2010 at 12:35 AM #

    Why should Gaith pretend or lie or even to be emotional ! he is not waiting for Nobel price anyway ! his aim is so visible & does not need to be discovered !
    Gaith aim is to give hand to Arabic & Muslim youth for a good progress in tech & entrepreneurship field , we should thanks him for that effort not to be against him !
    The idea to sacrifice your time & all what you have for others is already unique !
    If everybody is thinking the same as Gaith & give what he can give to youth , no one on earth will complain about life difficulties because it won’t be any !
    my opinion about USA , will not change the facts , what is visible can be seen , & the word “politic” has no meaning in that decade ! everything is mixed up , a peace of chocolate has no meaning politically few years ago , now you should be careful using it in your speech and so …
    Everybody’s opinion is respected but please try to select more convenient words to criticize a person !
    All my respects to everyone !

  25. Mark Zagroubring?!  |  August 4th, 2010 at 12:36 AM #

    I think this is ridiculous, you’re really exaggerating here, and to be honest with you; since you are not financially capable maybe the Arab world needs a better, more financially capable force to actually HELP entrepreneurs!

    I have one question to you Gaith, who the hell is Mark Zagroubring?! the name doesn’t even exist on Google!

    so chill.

  26. freeman  |  August 4th, 2010 at 12:39 AM #

    To those who say this is exaggeration you are even stupid or collaborators or getting some money in a way or another from the US government.

    To add the facts about US dictatorship and crimes around the world specially with Media, lets take Aljazeera as an example:

    aljazeera used to air videos about attacks the US army did not report in Iraq, how many times US generals said Aljazeera is a lier? remember when Aljazeera aired the first battle in Falujjah in IRaq? Aljazeera played a pivotal role in exposing the death toll of hundreds of civilians in Fallujah. in the second battle of Fallujah US army did not allow any media to go to the city! what happened? they used chemical weapons to win!

    does anyone know Aljazeera does not make any profit? do you know that no one advertise -only few- at Alajzeera because their own government -under US pressure would close their business-

    Do you know that USA might/did pressure the Qatari government to lower Aljazeera tune or ELSE!!!!

    Does anyone remember that Arab countries are police run CIA/ countries? or a beacon of free speech?

    USA can hurt free sites like ArabCrunch and free TV stations like Aljazeera indirectly and via its hidden hands in the region.

  27. Tsk tsk tsk  |  August 4th, 2010 at 12:42 AM #

    So explain to me,

    Arabcrunch has a mentorship matchmaking program for entrepreneurs.

    The US wants to start a mentorship matchmaking program for entrepreneurs.

    Isnt this GOOD for entrepreneurs who want to be mentored?

    Even IF you are not exaggerating (which you clearly are) – shouldnt you be supporting anything that supports entrepreneurs?

    Or are your own motives not as pure?

    (lol i love how everyone here is calling the US names – when they are trying to create something to HELP the region) – its true that hate breeds easier then peace and love.

  28. steve  |  August 4th, 2010 at 1:06 AM #

    Hundreds of millions of people in North Africa, Middle East, central Asia, and Southwest Asia are going to own mobile phones for the first time in the next 2 to 3 years.
    new phones and 2nd hand phones.

    It is imperative that Arab/Muslim entrepreneurs design and build services for their brethren.

    Similarly, the US Government wants per capita income to rise rapidly in the region.

    Working with the State dept. indirectly or directly is a choice.
    If you choose not to, they can’t and won’t crush you.

    Government bureaucrats are not great entrepreneurs. Bailing out companies yes, creating new tech companies not so often.

    granted semi-conductors and the Internet itself…..but 25 years to $ is different.

    Create a great mobile phone game, and the State dept becomes irrelevant.


  29. Ali  |  August 4th, 2010 at 1:19 AM #

    Gaith… accept the competition and stop moaning, this is good for the Arab and Muslim world. Comeption is always good, whether its by you or by the US government. The way you harness your ideas and your replies to comments is total B.S.

    Try to improve your blog instead of talking politics.

    Help me keep on enjoying your blog, give us more tech news… this shouldn’t be just an Islamic blog.


  30. Toufic  |  August 4th, 2010 at 1:37 AM #


  31. Simon  |  August 4th, 2010 at 1:41 AM #

    I wouldn’t worry too much about these people. Their incompetence is legendary. When was the last time they got something right? Let them bungle along, smile a lot and take what you can get. In the end they’ll pack up and leave.

  32. Farouk  |  August 4th, 2010 at 1:57 AM #

    Are you out of your mind? hahaha that is totally unprofessional and naive.

    Listen Gaith, you are trying to solve a problem, aren’t you? and the US Government is giving you a hand by trying to solve it as well. Do you call that competition?

    The sure thing is that the American Government is not after monetizing their website and obviously you sounded to be! And guess what, I’m sure they never heard of ArabCrunch. LoL…

    Wake up young man.

  33. Gaith Saqer  |  August 4th, 2010 at 2:09 AM #

    ArabCrunch and me Do not have any political agendas i have no plans in running into a government position, The fact is that hillary clinton works in politics. State Dep is Political by nature. (not saying good or bad politics)

    @Khelll “Are we discussing capitalism or ArabCrunch here?” well US government. keeps talking about free markets and capitalism right? so this is not a hypocrite move?!

    There is a difference between socialism, communism and capitalism please do some googling about that, the cold war was fought over that!

    And to those who side with Hillary Clinton and US Feds can you please add your real names so the world can know who you are ?

    I do not have hate against anyone, or any nation.

    thanks again for everyone who believes in freedom and hates tyrants.

    And to those Hypocrites who accuse me of greed when running a startup to make revenues and talk about entrepreneurship ( which can not work unless you become profitable, acquired or out of business) I will leave you with Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg words:

    “I guess we have a pretty utilitarian view towards money. Sometimes what I say gets misinterpreted as I don’t care about money, but that’s really not true. I think building a company is the best way to change the world, because it’s the best way to align the interests of a lot of smart people and a lot of partners to build something that’s great and that serves people. You can’t do that if you’re an individual, because it’s just you and there’s no one to align, and you can’t do it if you’re a non-profit, because you have no resources and you’re constantly out trying to raise money instead of generating it and being self-sufficient. That’s I guess the view.

    At this point in the company’s evolution, I don’t see a huge need for the company to be throwing off a huge amount of profit. What’s the point? If we believe that we can build a lot more value for users, developers, and advertisers by taking any excess money we can make and investing it back in, then we’re just going to grow those communities and markets faster, and we’re going to end up with greater potential in the long run. If you prematurely optimize, you might get a bigger piece of a smaller thing. I feel like we’re really early on in the start of this movement toward everything being social.

    But even people who are very smart, a lot of times throughout the history of the company, have underestimated how far it would go. That’s been difficult, because when you have key people who have that attitude, it’s hard to get stuff done. Especially around selling the company early on and choosing not to do that – that was a big learning moment for the company in terms of what kind of people we wanted to have here. I just want the people we have here to be focused on building stuff, and that’s how we run it. ”

  34. Firas K.  |  August 4th, 2010 at 2:14 AM #

    I think it was not a good idea to publish such things here Gaith!
    in the other hand I don’t support any American business in our space, like I do with Alhora TV, just like most of the arabian people.

    keep professional and move forward!

  35. Gaith Saqer  |  August 4th, 2010 at 2:14 AM #

    and to those who call me “young man.” I appreciate your arrogance :)

  36. Iraqi  |  August 4th, 2010 at 3:01 AM #

    What is the name of the government that occupies Iraq?
    what is the name of the government that occupies Afghanistan?
    what is the name of the government who killed 10s of millions of Muslims and non Muslims?
    what is the name of the government who offer unlimited support to Israel?
    what is the name of the government that run dictatorship states in the Muslim world?
    what is the name of the government that allows says Israel has the right for self defense?
    what is the name of the Arab dudes who side with them under silly pretexts such as competition is good?

    CIA collaborators!

    what is the name of the government who is hunting down wikileaks activist?

    why Iraq was invaded? is it because Saddam hussian is dictator? or he killed many people? or because he said “NO”

  37. Gezim  |  August 4th, 2010 at 7:09 AM #

    Insha Allah no one will be able to compete and harm your efforts. May Allah put barakah in it.

  38. Samer  |  August 4th, 2010 at 8:59 AM #

    You lost me man as an arabcrunch fan with this post
    Don’t fight windmills and just focus in what u are doing

  39. Gaith Saqer  |  August 4th, 2010 at 9:56 AM #

    Samer, US federal government is not a windmill and not a paper tiger, the only super power should be ashamed of it self in competing and treading over ArabCrunch.

  40. ahmed  |  August 4th, 2010 at 10:35 AM #

    الأخ الفاضل،

    لقد قمنا بنشر الخبر في موقعنا،

    مع التحية

  41. Ahmed Mekkawy  |  August 4th, 2010 at 12:19 PM #

    Just two words: DON’T PANIC .. cause I see that’s what’s happening hear.
    keep your clear mind, this is what can make you win some day, and use everything (including such a post like this one) wisely, and don’t lose people with your comments.

    If what is said is true, then your worst bet is to be afraid, or to lose your way of thinking.. Note it may not be true, it may be just a measurement of feedback, which they always do.

    Though I’m not a big capitalism fan, but what they are doing are not capitalism, communism, nor any *ism I heard about before.

    BTW guys, this is not exaggeration, if that’s what happened, then it does raise lots of concerns about what USA government tries to do in MENA region while they can’t do in their own country. This is big, and I guess any american court will say that it’s big if it happens within USA borders.

  42. Mohamed Hassan  |  August 4th, 2010 at 12:25 PM #

    Well obviously I think there is always room for such articles in the tech world. Specially when it’s on “the right” side.

    Thanks for the writer and the people who commented. As long as, this topic remains here in this page “only” its no big deal. We can move on, just knowing what we had to know.

    Thanks for the update :)

  43. Hamad Al-Absi  |  August 4th, 2010 at 2:05 PM #

    السلام عليكم
    جزاك الله خيرا لكن عندي اقتراح بسيط وهو اسم الموقع عرب فيفضل ان يكتب الخبر اولا بالعربي وبعدها يتم تحويله الى الموقع الانجليزي حتى يستفيد ايضا الاشخاص الذين لا يجيدون اللغة الانجليزية
    وشكرا لك

  44. Rsardeha  |  August 5th, 2010 at 6:04 PM #


    Don’t get discouraged by something like this. We all understand your frustrations but continue your own path and mission. If eventually there will be competition resulting from the events you mentioned in your post it will only keep you on the edge of your seat to continue innovating.

    Harness competition in place of fighting it.

  45. Gaith Saqer  |  August 5th, 2010 at 9:44 PM #

    Many of you misunderstood the issue ( intentionally or unintentionally) here is an update:

  46. Roham  |  August 6th, 2010 at 11:11 PM #

    Salam Gaith,

    I like ArabCrunch and I like you – but this kind of rhetoric is over-blown. There is TONS OF WORK TO BE DONE – you should be welcoming the help of anyone who will give it, not fearing it. Entrepreneurs in MENA need all the help they can get..

  47. SunShine  |  August 6th, 2010 at 11:31 PM #

    some of you guys are miss leading the public here, the writer said he received threats which is a crime

    This is all illegal to “Welcome help” that are threats.

    I will use Asang reply to Pentagon criminals ”We are familiar with groups whose abuse we expose attempting to criticise the messenger to distract from the power of the message.”

    so you guys who are saying this is bullshit are supporting criminals I am sure some of you are in the CIA ranks.
    you should read the “leaked document that dates to 2009 about CIA plans to destroy wikileaks image to the public by attacking its heart ( trust.)”,_18_Mar_2008

  48. Gaith Saqer  |  August 7th, 2010 at 10:52 PM #

    From now on, no anonymous comment that sides with the Hillary Clinton will be published unless a real name with solid profile URL is posted. and you should provide full disclosure about your relationship with The US federal government. Attempts to miss lead the public under fake names will not be tolerated, you should be proud of what you believe and post your full name with profile link.

  49. Gaith Saqer  |  August 8th, 2010 at 2:00 AM #

    We are under no liability or obligation what so ever to post any proof of any nature. We do not lie in our posts! so to those few commenters please do not keep asking about “proof.” and accuse us of lying or “hallucinating “

  50. Gaith Saqer  |  August 8th, 2010 at 2:06 AM #

    We are not looking for publicity with this post. The event with Craig and Steven is older than the post publishing date. there are better ways to get public attention rather than involve such controversial issues that involves our name VS. -in some ways- the only super power in the world. This post is not a waste of time. the public needs to know what is going behind the seen. The public needs to know that what is unjust and “criminal in general.” not pointing to anything in specific.

  51. Khaled Hakim  |  August 8th, 2010 at 3:21 AM #

    Ghaith, I wish you the best of luck in your endeavors. I’m pretty sure that albeit what you are saying is most probably true as I see no reason for you to lie about anything… there is no reason to worry. If Arabs end up deciding to use a certain website instead of another… that is their choice.

    You mentioned several times that the constitution on which capitalism is based strictly states that the state shall not intervene in the private sector. My only question Ghaith, how naive are you to think they follow rules anyway?

    Regardless, I believe that with the power of the internet you have the perfect medium to compete with them by aligning your fans. I am not going to say that you are exaggerating… But I personally believe there is a better approach that will be more fruitful for your desired end result. Just delete these posts you’ve posted… Get the frustration / anger out of your head… as is totally normal for someone as passionate as you are about what you do… and repackage this whole situation more eloquently… We make mistakes… the backspace button is there to assist.

    Don’t let your ego stop you from fixing something.

    In summation: just remove these posts and write it all up again in something less emotional, less aggressive, less defensive, less political, less US ras il 7ayeh (we know that already)… and give us the butter;

  52. Gaith Saqer  |  August 8th, 2010 at 5:01 AM #

    thanks Khaled for the comment and for posting your real name with link and for providing feedback in a positive and polite way.

    I am sorry but there is nothing I need to fix, the truth needs to go to the world, sources close to US Department of Defense and the State Department informed us you join them or they will destroy you” plain and simple.

    The US federal government has more than 1 million intelligence agents in USA alone let alone the world, they also have thousands of companies run by them. Competition here is not fair, what is the guarantee, a small amount of these “CIA’ resources will not be put into “good” use? the guarantee is ZERO, because you will never “know.”

    The problem is that the nature of the State Department by it self is political, hence politics can not be avoided “sometimes” by commentors.

    I wont do “the right thing” the public needs to know “whose who”

  53. Gaith Saqer  |  August 8th, 2010 at 5:20 AM #

    Hence the guarantee is zero and the threats were delivered, so this post is good a post, it might be a good reference for “future unforeseen events that normal individuals like me and you will never “know” they are coming” so you can link the “dots” so the public can have a better understanding of how stuff are “being done.” and who is “truly behind them.” just in case :) not accusing anyone or party “yet”

  54. Gaith Saqer  |  August 8th, 2010 at 5:32 AM #

    as for traffic, ArabCrunch is growing at 40-50% per month, thanks Goes to God first and then to people like you, specially Americans, America is the #1 country that visitors are coming from.

  55. USA  |  August 10th, 2010 at 9:32 PM #

    the picture of Clinton is upside down. was that on purpose?

  56. US terror  |  August 15th, 2010 at 4:01 PM #

    For those who still believe US government is a great government which works for the freedom and welling being of mankind here is a list of some America’s list of terrorism against Muslims and non Muslims

    Ever since the United States Army massacred 300 Lakotas in 1890,


    forces have intervened elsewhere around the globe 100 times. Indeed the

    United States has sent troops abroad or militarily struck other


    territory 216 times since independence from Britain. Since 1945 the


    States has intervened in more than 20 countries throughout the world.

    Since World War II, the United States actually dropped bombs on 23

    countries. These include: China 1945-46, Korea 1950-53, China 1950-53,

    Guatemala 1954, Indonesia 1958, Cuba 1959-60, Guatemala 1960, Congo


    Peru 1965, Laos 1964-73, Vietnam 1961-73, Cambodia 1969-70, Guatemala

    1967-69, Grenada 1983, Lebanon 1984, Libya 1986, El Salvador 1980s,

    Nicaragua 1980s, Panama 1989, Iraq 1991-1999, Sudan 1998, Afghanistan


    and Yugoslavia 1999.

    Post World War II, the United States has also assisted in over 20

    different coups throughout the world, and the CIA was responsible for half a

    dozen assassinations of political heads of state.

    The following is a comprehensive summary of the imperialist strategy of

    the United States over the span of the past century:

    Argentina – 1890 – Troops sent to Buenos Aires to protect business interests.

    Chile – 1891 – Marines sent to Chile and clashed with nationalist rebels.

    Haiti – 1891 – American troops suppress a revolt by Black workers on United States-claimed Navassa Island.

    Hawaii – 1893 – Navy sent to Hawaii to overthrow the independent kingdom – Hawaii annexed by the United States.

    Nicaragua – 1894 – Troops occupied Bluefields, a city on the Caribbean Sea, for a month.

    China – 1894-95 – Navy, Army, and Marines landed during the Sino-Japanese War.

    Korea – 1894-96 – Troops kept in Seoul during the war.

    Panama – 1895 – Army, Navy, and Marines landed in the

    port city of Corinto.

    China – 1894-1900 – Troops occupied China during the

    Boxer Rebellion.

    Philippines – 1898-1910 – Navy and Army troops landed

    after the Philippines fell during the Spanish-American

    War; 600,000 Filipinos were killed.

    Cuba – 1898-1902 – Troops seized Cuba in the

    Spanish-American War; the United States still

    maintains troops at Guantanamo Bay today.

    Puerto Rico – 1898 – present – Troops seized Puerto

    Rico in the Spanish-American War and still occupy

    Puerto Rico today.

    Nicaragua – 1898 – Marines landed at the port of San

    Juan del Sur.

    Samoa – 1899 – Troops landed as a result over the

    battle for succession to the throne.

    Panama – 1901-14 – Navy supported the revolution when

    Panama claimed independence from Colombia. American

    troops have occupied the Canal Zone since 1901 when

    construction for the canal began.

    Honduras – 1903 – Marines landed to intervene during a


    Dominican Rep 1903-04 – Troops landed to protect

    American interests during a revolution.

    Korea – 1904-05 – Marines landed during the

    Russo-Japanese War.

    Cuba – 1906-09 – Troops landed during an election.

    Nicaragua – 1907 – Troops landed and a protectorate

    was set up.

    Honduras – 1907 – Marines landed during Honduras’ war

    with Nicaragua.

    Panama – 1908 – Marines sent in during Panama’s


    Nicaragua – 1910 – Marines landed for a second time in

    Bluefields and Corinto.

    Honduras – 1911 – Troops sent in to protect American

    interests during Honduras’ civil war.

    China – 1911-41 – Navy and troops sent to China during

    continuous flare-ups.

    Cuba – 1912 – Troops sent in to protect American

    interests in Havana.

    Panama – 1912 – Marines landed during Panama’s


    Honduras – 1912 – Troops sent in to protect American


    Nicaragua – 1912-33 – Troops occupied Nicaragua and

    fought guerrillas during its 20-year civil war.

    Mexico – 1913 – Navy evacuated Americans during


    Dominican Rep 1914 – Navy fought with rebels over

    Santo Domingo.

    Mexico – 1914-18 – Navy and troops sent in to

    intervene against nationalists.

    Haiti – 1914-34 – Troops occupied Haiti after a

    revolution and occupied Haiti for 19 years.

    Dominican Rep 1916-24 – Marines occupied the Dominican

    Republic for eight years.

    Cuba – 1917-33 – Troops landed and occupied Cuba for

    16 years; Cuba became an economic protectorate.

    World War I – 1917-18 – Navy and Army sent to Europe

    to fight the Axis powers.

    Russia – 1918-22 – Navy and troops sent to eastern

    Russia after the Bolshevik Revolution; Army made five


    Honduras – 1919 – Marines sent during Honduras’

    national elections.

    Guatemala – 1920 – Troops occupied Guatemala for two

    weeks during a union strike.

    Turkey – 1922 – Troops fought nationalists in Smyrna.

    China – 1922-27 – Navy and Army troops deployed during

    a nationalist revolt.

    Honduras – 1924-25 – Troops landed twice during a

    national election.

    Panama – 1925 – Troops sent in to put down a general


    China – 1927-34 – Marines sent in and stationed for

    seven years throughout China.

    El Salvador – 1932 – Naval warships deployed during

    the FMLN revolt under Marti.

    World War II – 1941-45 – Military fought the Axis

    powers: Japan, Germany, and Italy.

    Yugoslavia – 1946 – Navy deployed off the coast of

    Yugoslavia in response to the downing of an American


    Uruguay – 1947 – Bombers deployed as a show of

    military force.

    Greece – 1947-49 – United States operations insured a

    victory for the far right in national “elections.”

    Germany – 1948 – Military deployed in response to the

    Berlin blockade; the Berlin airlift lasts 444 days.

    Philippines – 1948-54 – The CIA directed a civil war

    against the Filipino Huk revolt.

    Puerto Rico – 1950 – Military helped crush an

    independence rebellion in Ponce.

    Korean War – 1951-53 – Military sent in during the


    Iran – 1953 – The CIA orchestrated the overthrow of

    democratically elected Mossadegh and restored the Shah

    to power.

    Vietnam – 1954 – The United States offered weapons to

    the French in the battle against Ho Chi Minh and the

    Viet Minh.

    Guatemala – 1954 – The CIA overthrew the

    democratically elected Arbenz and placed Colonel Armas

    in power.

    Egypt – 1956 – Marines deployed to evacuate foreigners

    after Nasser nationalized the Suez Canal.

    Lebanon – 1958 – Navy supported an Army occupation of

    Lebanon during its civil war.

    Panama – 1958 – Troops landed after Panamanians

    demonstrations threatened the Canal Zone.

    Vietnam – 1950s-75 – Vietnam War.

    Cuba – 1961 – The CIA-directed Bay of Pigs invasions

    failed to overthrow the Castro government.

    Cuba – 1962 – The Navy quarantines Cuba during the

    Cuban Missile Crisis.

    Laos – 1962 – Military occupied Laos during its civil

    war against the Pathet Lao guerrillas.

    Panama – 1964 – Troops sent in and Panamanians shot

    while protesting the United States presence in the

    Canal Zone.

    Indonesia – 1965 – The CIA orchestrated a military


    Dominican Rep- 1965-66 – Troops deployed during a

    national election.

    Guatemala – 1966-67 – Green Berets sent in.

    Cambodia – 1969-75 – Military sent in after the

    Vietnam War expanded into Cambodia.

    Oman – 1970 – Marines landed to direct a possible

    invasion into Iran.

    Laos – 1971-75 – Americans carpet-bomb the countryside

    during Laos’ civil war.

    Chile – 1973 – The CIA orchestrated a coup, killing

    President Allende who had been popularly elected. The

    CIA helped to establish a military regime under

    General Pinochet.

    Cambodia – 1975 – Twenty-eight Americans killed in an

    effort to retrieve the crew of the Mayaquez, which had

    been seized.

    Angola – 1976-92 – The CIA backed South African rebels

    fighting against Marxist Angola.

    Iran – 1980 – Americans aborted a rescue attempt to

    liberate 52 hostages seized in the Teheran embassy.

    Libya – 1981 – American fighters shoot down two Libyan


    El Salvador – 1981-92 – The CIA, troops, and advisers

    aid in El Salvador’s war against the FMLN.

    Nicaragua – 1981-90 – The CIA and NSC directed the

    Contra War against the Sandinistas.

    Lebanon – 1982-84 – Marines occupied Beirut during

    Lebanon’s civil war; 241 were killed in the American

    barracks and Reagan “redeployed” the troops to the


    Honduras – 1983-89 – Troops sent in to build bases

    near the Honduran border.

    Grenada – 1983-84 – American invasion overthrew the

    Maurice Bishop government.

    Iran – 1984 – American fighters shot down two Iranian

    planes over the Persian Gulf.

    Libya – 1986 – American fighters hit targets in and

    around the capital city of Tripoli.

    Bolivia – 1986 – The Army assisted government troops

    on raids of cocaine areas.

    Iran – 1987-88 – The United States intervened on the

    side of Iraq during the Iran-Iraq War.

    Libya – 1989 – Navy shot down two more Libyan jets.

    Virgin Islands – 1989 – Troops landed during unrest

    among Virgin Island peoples.

    Philippines – 1989 – Air Force provided air cover for

    government during coup.

    Panama – 1989-90 – 27,000 Americans landed in

    overthrow of President Noriega; over 2,000 Panama

    civilians were killed.

    Liberia – 1990 – Troops entered Liberia to evacuate

    foreigners during civil war.

    Saudi Arabia – 1990-91 – American troops sent to Saudi

    Arabia, which was a staging area in the war against


    Kuwait – 1991 – Troops sent into Kuwait to turn back

    Saddam Hussein.

    Somalia – 1992-94 – Troops occupied Somalia during

    civil war.

    Bosnia – 1993-95 – Air Force jets bombed “no-fly zone”

    during civil war in Yugoslavia.

    Haiti – 1994-96 – American troops and Navy provided a

    blockade against Haiti’s military government. The CIA

    restored Aristide to power.

    Zaire – 1996-97 – Marines sent into Rwanda Hutus’

    refugee camps in the area where the Congo revolution


    Albania – 1997 – Troops deployed during evacuation of


    Sudan – 1998 – American missiles destroyed a

    pharmaceutical complex where alleged nerve gas

    components were manufactured.

    Afghanistan – 1998 – Missiles launched towards alleged

    Afghan terrorist training camps.

    Yugoslavia – 1999 – Bombings and missile attacks

    carried out by the United States in conjunction with

    NATO in the 11 week war against Milosevic.

    Iraq – 1998-2001 – Missiles launched into Baghdad and

    other large Iraq cities for four days. American jets

    enforced “no-fly zone” and continued to hit Iraqi

    targets since December 1998.

    These **100** instances of American military

    intervention did not include times when the United


    (1) deployed military police overseas;

    (2) mobilized the National Guard;

    (3) sent Navy ships off the coast of numerous

    countries as a show of strength;

    (4) sent additional troops to areas where Americans

    were already stationed;

    (5) carried out covert actions where American forces

    were not under the direct rule of an American command;

    (6) used small hostage rescue units;

    (7) used American pilots to fly foreign planes;

    (8) carried out military training and advisory

    programs which did not involve direct combat.

    U. S. Government Assassination Plots


    Following is a list of prominent foreign leaders whose assassination

    (or planning for same) the United States has been involved in since

    the end of Second World War. The list does not include several

    assassinations in various parts of the world carried out by anti-Castro

    Cubans employed by CIA and headquartered in the United States:


    1949 – KIm Koo, Korean opposition leader

    1950’s – CIA/Neo-Nazi hit list of numerous political figures in

    West Germany

    1955 – Jose’ Antonio Remon, President of Panama

    1950’s Chou En-lai, Prime Minister of China, several attempts

    on his life

    1951 – Kim Il Sung, Premiere of North Korea

    1950s (mid) – Claro M. Recto, Philippines opposition leader

    1955 – Jawar Lal Nehru, Prime Minister of India

    1959 and 1963 – Norodom Sihanouk, leader of Cambodia

    1950s-70s – Jose Figueres, President of Costa Rica,

    two attempts on his life

    1961 – Francois “Papa Doc”Duvalier, leader of Haiti

    1961 – Patrice Lumumba , Prime Minister of Congo (Zaire)

    1961 – Gen. Rafael Trujillo, leader of Dominican Republic

    1963 – Ngo Dinh Diem, President of South Vietnam

    1960s – Fidel Castro, President of Cuba, more than

    15 attempts on his life

    1960s – Raul Castro, high official in government of Cuba

    1965 – Francisco Caamanao, Dominican Republic opposition leader

    1965 – Pierre Ngendandumwe, Prime Minister of Burundi

    1965-6 – Charles de Gaulle, President of France

    1967 – Che Guevara, Cuban leader

    1970 – Salvadore Allende, President of Chile

    1970 – General Rene Schneider, Commander-in-Chief of Army, Chile

    1970s and 1981 – Gen. Omar Torrijos, leader of Panama

    1972 – General Manuel Noriega, Chief of Panama Intelligence

    1975 – Mobutu Sese Seko, President of Zaire

    1976 – Michael Manley, Prime Minister of Jamaica

    1983 – Miguel d’Escoto, Foreign Minister of Nicaragua

    1984 – The nine commandantes of the Sandanista

    National Directorate

    1980’s – Dr. Gerald Bull, Canadian Ballistics Scientist

    assassinated by Mossad in Belgium.

    Partial List of Muslim Leaders Assassinated or

    Attempted Assassinations

    1950’s Sukarno, President of Indonesia

    1957 Gamal Abdul Nasser, President of Egypt

    1960 Brigadier General, Abdul Karim Kassem, Leader of Iraq

    1980-86 Muammar Qaddafi, Leader of Libya, several plots and

    attempts upon his life

    1982 Ayatullah Khomeini, Leader of Iran

    1983 General Ahmed Dlimi, Moroccan army Commander

    1985 Sheikh Mohammed Hussein Fadllallah, Lebanese Shiite Leader

    (80 people killed in that attempt)

    1991 Saddam Hussein, Leader of Iraq

    Reference: Blum, William, “KILLING HOPE – U.S. Military and CIA Interventions Since World War II,” Appendix III U.S. Government Assassination Plots, page 453,

    Common Courage Press, Monroe, Maine 1995. ISBN 1-56751-052-3

    Very likely Victims :

    April 4, 1979 – Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto, Leader of Pakistan, for pursuing



    Nuclear Bomb.

    August, 1988. General Ziaul Haq, Military Leader of Pakistan.

    1995 – Murtaza Bhutto, Son of ZUlfiqar Ali Bhutto, Anti-American

    would-be Leader – Pakistan.

    March 25, 1975 – King Faisal of Saudi Arabia through his Nephew, Saudi


    for imposing 1973 Oil Embargo.

    August 24, 1999. Mullah Mohammad Omar, in Kandhar, Afghanistan.


    “À”List of Known Assassination Plots

    1950’s Sukarno, President of Indonesia

    1957 Gamal Abdul Nasser, President

    2001 Since early this year more than 40 Palestinian leaders


    through surrogate Israel.

  57. Falcon Analysis  |  August 20th, 2010 at 10:35 PM #

    Before the post.
    Obama has a new beginning plan for the Muslim world, promote entrepreneurship and tech development so the image of his government will be whitelisted but keep the killing in Iraq and Afghanistan and in secret CIA prisons unknow to the public. The real plan is to have all entrepreneurship pillars under CIA control, no startup of Arab Muslims origins can grow big if it is not a friendly CIA asset. which in its part under the control of Zionist lobby who fake Americans with bullshit patriotism talk. The whole thing is to use all the assets of USA for the sake of Israel.

    ArabCrunch is the largest and only independent player in tech/startup media, social media and events from the Arab world, its founder was assisted as not friendly and risky to our PR image. He might expose that the whole thing is a new colonial plot. rumors say he tried his best to avoid any PR confrontation with Obama’s plan and the Zionist lobby in USA.

    rummers say that Gaith was under blackmail to give up his leadership role to some CIA poppet, blackmailer is high profile undercover CIA asset.

    Blackmail attempt fail, CIA “pressure” mount on Gaith, he left with no choice but to go with this post. Hoping the attacks will end.

    It seems Gaith is holding the stick from the Middle and only wants to continue ArabCrunch and grow it.

    The post turns the table upside down on the CIA plan to shut down ArabCrunch or oust its leadership under the dark and false pretext.

    CIA dispatch its operatives to try to know who are the sources and get as much info from gaith using different techniques. capitalize that he does not have enough sleep to get him say what we want him to say.

    CIA goes to face 2: cut oxygen on ArabCrunch, cut its cash-flow blackmail advertisers not to advertise on ArabCrunch, if they refuse fire the CEO under false pretext.

    ArabCrunch still up and running:

    Face3: destroy ArabCrunch biggest value which is news, so blackmail sources not to send news.

    ArabCrunch still alive and growing: use certain new laws passed over night to “criminalize” its founder for his objective reporting.

    if did not work

    resort to attacking the center of ArabCrunch gravity its trustworthiness, go from low level misleading comments and tweets to full assault, use “assets around the world” to accuse ArabCrunch and its founder with anything false- the sky is the limit in damaging the ”image” . infiltrate his home delete his “evidence” and install “ours”.

    ArabCrunch still alive and growing massively.

    If did not work, kill him in a car accident, killing or imprisonment of Gaith are open options too, interrogation and torture are open possibilities too if everything failed. Criminal accusation of any type is open too.

    The CIA officer responsible of this file must be fired hence his bad predictions and analysis of things. Gaith deserve the respect of his friends and CIA “enemies” for his hard stand and fight to grow ArabCrunch and avoid all plots.

    The question once again, is Gaith aware of these things? did he take lessons from history, how evidence has been dealt with? does he know/think his Internet traffic is monitored? does he have insurance “evidence” on the cloud? disseminated all over? whose who? does he pretend he does not know everything including technical aspects or he knows or it is all illusion?

    There are 2 out comes 1- all blackmail and plots ends and things go back to normal, no one will know then what is behind the scene 2- or things escalates to a point of no come back, “cloud nuke” “ evidence” is at the breaking news status, even Gaith is in prison or dead?

    Hehehe james bound story that might be real. poor gaith, should he spend his time working in growing Arabcrunch or in avoiding CIA plots” time will tell if the CIA arrogance was the reason in preventing peace and justice in prevailing.

    Gaith, you worked so hard, please take a break and comeback with a new energy and spirit.

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  60. BREAKING: Google Refused to Confirm If the FBI/CIA Have Access to ArabCrunch Email on Google. No Word on Mossad - ArabCrunch  |  September 13th, 2010 at 12:39 AM #

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  61. Joe Jackson  |  September 14th, 2010 at 2:52 PM #


    This makes sense, I am sure these people would not allow anything to go without them sticking their nose in it.

    Always use encryption, I personally use TADIPE which i would imagine would take millions of years and computers to find out my message.

    Never send data you don’t want to have everyone know about.

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