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'''Jan 12, 2004: Arabeyes Receives Two Major Donations'''
 
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[http://www.arabeyes.org Arabeyes], through the generosity of many interested in its work-ethic, progress and results, has taken a major step forward in solidifying its long-term existence. Arabeyes is no longer a dilapidated machine sitting in someone's bedroom or basement limping along, but is now a full-fledged rack mountable 1u server (an [http://www5.pc.ibm.com/europe/me.nsf/webdocs/Data+Sheet:IBM+eServer+xSeries+305:English/$FILE/XSDEE01022-3.pdf IBM x305]) courtesy of Mr. Khalifa Al-Soulah of [http://www.zajilcorp.com Zajil Telecom] (at the behest of Mr. Ahmad Al-Rasheedan) that is being hosted in one of Vancouver's most innovative ISPs - [http://www.binaryenvironments.com Binary Environments]. <br /><br /> Arabeyes, its volunteers, workers and up-keepers thank Zajil Telecom and Binary Environments' decision makers and especially Mr. Khalifa Al-Soulah and John Batyka respectively for their confidence boast and for their belief in our abilities and in our drive to attain further results. Special thanks to Mr. Ahmad Al-Rasheedan for getting the ball rolling and for persisting and coming through - you deserve all our accolades. We thank all involved deeply for their donations and their trust in our cause.
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[https://www.arabeyes.org Arabeyes], through the generosity of many interested in its work-ethic, progress and results, has taken a major step forward in solidifying its long-term existence. Arabeyes is no longer a dilapidated machine sitting in someone's bedroom or basement limping along, but is now a full-fledged rack mountable 1u server (an [http://www5.pc.ibm.com/europe/me.nsf/webdocs/Data+Sheet:IBM+eServer+xSeries+305:English/$FILE/XSDEE01022-3.pdf IBM x305]) courtesy of Mr. Khalifa Al-Soulah of [http://www.zajilcorp.com Zajil Telecom] (at the behest of Mr. Ahmad Al-Rasheedan) that is being hosted in one of Vancouver's most innovative ISPs - [http://www.binaryenvironments.com Binary Environments]. <br /><br /> Arabeyes, its volunteers, workers and up-keepers thank Zajil Telecom and Binary Environments' decision makers and especially Mr. Khalifa Al-Soulah and John Batyka respectively for their confidence boast and for their belief in our abilities and in our drive to attain further results. Special thanks to Mr. Ahmad Al-Rasheedan for getting the ball rolling and for persisting and coming through - you deserve all our accolades. We thank all involved deeply for their donations and their trust in our cause.
 
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Jan 12, 2004: Arabeyes Receives Two Major Donations

Arabeyes, through the generosity of many interested in its work-ethic, progress and results, has taken a major step forward in solidifying its long-term existence. Arabeyes is no longer a dilapidated machine sitting in someone's bedroom or basement limping along, but is now a full-fledged rack mountable 1u server (an IBM x305) courtesy of Mr. Khalifa Al-Soulah of Zajil Telecom (at the behest of Mr. Ahmad Al-Rasheedan) that is being hosted in one of Vancouver's most innovative ISPs - Binary Environments.

Arabeyes, its volunteers, workers and up-keepers thank Zajil Telecom and Binary Environments' decision makers and especially Mr. Khalifa Al-Soulah and John Batyka respectively for their confidence boast and for their belief in our abilities and in our drive to attain further results. Special thanks to Mr. Ahmad Al-Rasheedan for getting the ball rolling and for persisting and coming through - you deserve all our accolades. We thank all involved deeply for their donations and their trust in our cause.