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Your Love Alone Is Not Enough

"Your Love Alone Is Not Enough" is a song by Welsh rock group the Manic Street Preachers. Released on 23 April 2007 as the second single from the album Send Away the Tigers, it peaked at number two in the UK, number one in Scotland, in the top 10 in Ireland and Norway; the song is a duet featuring lead singer James Dean Bradfield and Nina Persson of The Cardigans, with additional vocals from bass guitarist Nicky Wire. According to the band they always had a duet in mind, because the lyrics have a question/reply style. "Some people think Nina Persson's in the fucking band," Wire noted. "Which is great, because they've homed in one something that's glorious. And by the end of the year, they'll be listening to'Archives of Pain'."According to Bradfield, the title was the last line of a suicide note left by a friend of someone close to the group. According to Wire, the song is in part concerned with the disappearance of Richey Edwards: "While I was writing those words addressed to him on Your Love Alone… something touched me at my desk when I wrote,'I could have shown you how to cry.'"As with all Send Away the Tigers-related material, the cover image is from the photography book Monika Monster Future First Woman on Mars by Valerie Phillips.

The lyrics reference British rock classics: "You stole the sun straight from my heart" – Manic Street Preachers' similarly-titled hit from the album This Is My Truth Tell Me Yours. "Trade all your heroes in for ghosts" – Pink Floyd's "Wish You Were Here". "I could have seen for miles and miles" – The Who's "I Can See for Miles". "You're as blind as a man can be" – The Beatles' "Nowhere Man". "Your eyes stayed blue, baby blue" – Badfinger's "Baby Blue". "I could have placed us in exile" – The Rolling Stones' Exile on Main Street, the disappearance of Richey Edwards. The physical release was on April 23, but the song had charted at number 26 on the UK Singles Chart on download sales. On Tuesday, Music Week reported that the single was due to hit number one on Sunday 6 May, after its physical release. However, it charted at number two, behind the Beyoncé–Shakira collaboration "Beautiful Liar". In Scotland, the single debuted at number one, keeping "Beautiful Liar" off the top spot for a third week.

The single spent a total of 7 weeks in the Top 40 in the UK Singles Chart, which makes "Your Love Alone Is Not Enough" the best-performing single by the group in the Top 40 in the UK, alongside "A Design for Life". Outside the United Kingdom, "Your Love Alone Is Not Enough" reached the top 20 in Ireland, New Zealand, Norway. In Persson's native Sweden, the song peaked at number 48, becoming her only chart appearance away from The Cardigans. Elsewhere, the song reached number 66 in Switzerland, number 78 in the Netherlands, number seven on Flemish Belgium's Ultratip chart; the single received a 12" vinyl release as part of Record Store Day 2017. The song won "Best Track" at the Q Awards 2007. CD single "Your Love Alone Is Not Enough" – 3:57 "Boxes & Lists" – 3:56Maxi CD single "Your Love Alone Is Not Enough" – 3:57 "Love Letter to the Future" – 3:44 "Welcome to the Dead Zone" – 3:42 "Little Girl Lost" – 2:147" limited edition "Your Love Alone Is Not Enough" – 3:55 "Fearless Punk Ballad" – 3:59Digital download "Your Love Alone Is Not Enough" – 3:55 "Your Love Alone Is Not Enough" – 3:59 "Your Love Alone Is Not Enough" – 3:59Promo CD "Your Love Alone Is Not Enough" – 3:59 "Your Love Alone Is Not Enough" – 3:57 Lyrics of this song at MetroLyrics

List of converts to Shia Islam

Converts to Shia Islam or known as enlightened refers to people who have been sure about the justice done by Ali and his descendants as well as studying the Shia thoughts convert to Shia and testify the position of Muhammad prophet's family. Malcolm Shabazz -the son of Qubilah Shabazz, the second daughter of Malcolm X and Betty Shabazz Kabir Bello – Nigerian football striker Qasim Umar Sokoto -a contributor to the Islamic Movement of Nigeria, the prayer leader and Islamic teacher in Sokoto, the Northern city of Nigeria Tajul Muluk -a Shia religious leader of Madura Island, Indonesia Edoardo Agnelli -the eldest child and only son of Gianni Agnelli, the industrialist patriarch of Fiat Ibrahim Zakzaky -an outspoken and foremost Shi'a Muslim cleric in Nigeria Hasan Shahhata Muhammad al-Tijani -a Tunisian Shia Islamic scholar and theologian Mujahid Abdul-Karim -an African-American convert to Islam, best known for his involvement and "spearheading" of the 26 April 1992 Watts Gang Truce Abdillahi Nassir -a Shia cleric based in Mombasa, Kenya Riad Al Solh -the first prime minister of Lebanon after the country's independence Al-Qadi al-Nu'man -an Isma'ili jurist and the official historian of the Fatimid caliphs Ali al-Sulayhi -the founder and sultan of the Sulayhid dynasty in Yemen Shaykh Junayd Öljaitü-the eighth Ilkhanid dynasty ruler from 1304 to 1316 in Tabriz Ali Adil Shah I -the fifth Sultan of Bijapur Sultanate Tara Fares – an Iraqi model and beauty blogger, murdered in Baghdad on 27 September 2018 Marzieh Hashemi – an American-Iranian journalist and television presenter.

She is a natural-born citizen of the United States and a naturalized citizen of the Islamic Republic of Iran Gary Legenhausen – an American philosopher who teaches at the Imam Khomeini Education and Research Institute Rebecca Masterton – a British Islamic scholar, public speaker, author, television presenter, philosopher of the Shia Islam Dawud Salahuddin Khosrow Khan Gorji – a eunuch of Armenian origin, who became an influential figure in Qajar Iran Qarachaqay Khan – a military commander in Safavid Iran of Armenian origin Shemavon of Agulis Khosrow Soltan Armani – a 17th-century Safavid official, military commander, gholam of Armenian origin Allahverdi Khan – an Iranian general and statesman of Georgian origin Amir Beg Armani – a 17th-century Safavid official and gholam of Armenian origin Abdullah Beg of Kartli – a Georgian royal prince of the House of Mukhrani of the Bagrationi dynasty Ali Mirza of Kakheti – a prince of the Georgian Bagrationi dynasty of the Kingdom of Kakheti Abd-ol-Ghaffar Amilakhori Bijan Beg Saakadze Constantine I of Kakheti David XI of Kartli Heraclius I of Kakheti Parsadan Gorgijanidze Jesse of Kakheti Manouchehr Khan Gorji Simon I of Kartli Simon II of Kartli Siyavosh Beg Iase Tushi Vakhtang V of Kartli Fábio Carvalho – a Brazilian–Portuguese goalkeeper who last played for Esteghlal Khuzestan in Iran Pro League Bruce Conde – a US Army officer, stamp collector, royal imposter, a general for Royalist forces during the North Yemen Civil War Antonio Inoki Abdul Kadir Samir Kuntar Leila Rajabi Sean Stone Begum Om Habibeh Aga Khan List of converts to Islam Twelver Shia Islam

Tommy Crawshaw

Thomas Henry Crawshaw was a professional footballer who played his entire League career with Sheffield Wednesday. Crawshaw was a centre-half whose career lasted from 1894 to 1909 during which time he played a total of 492 games in all competitions, scoring 27 goals. Crawshaw has gone down in the annals of Sheffield Wednesday as one of the key figures in the early history of the club. In the late 19th and early 20th centuries he appeared in The Wednesday side which lifted the FA Cup on two occasions and won the Football League First Division title twice, he is the only Sheffield Wednesday player to win two FA Cup winners medals with the club. He appeared for the England national football team on ten occasions. Tommy was born on in Sheffield and was brought up in the Park Hill area of the town along with his brothers Percy and George. Both of his brothers played football with Percy appearing nine times for Wednesday while George played for Worksop Town for many years. Tommy Crawshaw's early football was played with local clubs Park Grange and Attercliffe, in 1893 he moved to play for Heywood Central in the newly formed Manchester Football League and his good form attracted the attention of Sheffield Wednesday.

Crawshaw signed for Wednesday on 24 April 1894 as a replacement for the long serving Billy Betts. Crawshaw made his Wednesday debut on 1 September 1894, the opening day of the 1894–95 season, in a 1–3 away defeat at Everton, he made an immediate impact in the side missing only two matches that season and was called up for the England side before the season was out. In the following campaign Crawshaw was part of the Wednesday side which won the FA Cup, he played in all six ties, scoring in the 3–1 semi-final replay victory over Bolton Wanderers; however he did make an uncharacteristic mistake in the final against Wolves when an error allowed David Black to equalise before Wednesday went on to win 2–1 through two Fred Spiksley goals. The 1896 publication Famous Footballers described Crawshaw as "A thorough worker always …he plays a good game from first to last and is unselfish to a degree. A good tackler he uses his head cleverly as well." In the 1899–1900 season Crawshaw led Wednesday to promotion from the Second Division in their first season at their new home at Owlerton.

Back in the top flight of English football Crawshaw formed an imposing line of defence with Bob Ferrier and Harry Ruddlesdin. Crawshaw made his England international debut on 9 March 1895 in a 9–0 win over Ireland at the County Ground, Derby. Crawshaw's international career spanned nine years in which time he only made 10 appearances, all these were in the British Home Championship, his England career included a four-year absence from the team between March 1897 and March 1901, although only 10 matches were played in this time. He marked his return to the England team by scoring one of the goals in a 3–0 victory over Ireland on 9 March 1901; this one match return was followed by a three-year break out of the team before returning to play two matches in 1904 with his final appearance being against Ireland in Belfast on 12 March 1904. When Wednesday lifted back to back First Division championships in 1902–03 and 1903–04 Crawshaw only missed three League matches over the two seasons as captain of the side.

By 1905 Crawshaw was 32 years old, however he was still an automatic choice for Wednesday, playing in 71 consecutive matches between March 1905 and December 1906. In 1906–07 he played in all eight FA Cup matches as Wednesday won the cup again, beating Everton 2–1; the cup winning season was his last as a regular member of the side although he did play in 14 League matches in 1907–08 with his final game for the club being on 7 March 1908 in the Steel City derby with Wednesday triumphing 2–0 over United. In April 1908, the 35-year-old Crawshaw was granted a free transfer by Wednesday in recognition of his sterling service for the club. Several clubs were interested in signing Crawshaw, he opted for Chesterfield, playing 25 League matches in 1908–09 as the team struggled in Division Two and failed to be re-elected at the end of the season. In January 1910 he joined non-League Castleford for a short time before taking a job as Secretary of Glossop until the outbreak of World War I. After the war he opened a newsagents in Sheffield.

In the 1920s he became the landlord of the Sportsmans Group public house in Owlerton, near to the Wednesday ground. He took a pub in the centre of Sheffield, running The Yorkshireman's Arms on Burgess Street for many years. Crawshaw died on 25 November 1960, aged 87. Tommy Crawshaw at

Conquest of the Planet of the Apes

Conquest of the Planet of the Apes is a 1972 science fiction film directed by J. Lee Thompson and written by Paul Dehn, it is the fourth of five films in the original Planet of the Apes series produced by Arthur P. Jacobs; the film stars Don Murray and Ricardo Montalbán. It explores how the apes rebelled from humanity's ill treatment following Escape from the Planet of the Apes, it was followed by Battle for the Planet of the Apes. The first film in the 2010s reboot series, Rise of the Planet of the Apes, has a similar premise to Conquest, but it is not a remake. North America – 1991: Following a pandemic from a space-borne disease that wiped out all dogs and cats in 1983, the government has become a series of police states that took apes as pets before establishing a culture based on ape slave labor; these events were foretold in 1973 as testimony by Cornelius, prior to him and his wife Zira being killed. While it appeared their baby was killed, he evaded death and was secretly raised by the circus owner Armando as a young horseback rider.

Now grown and named Caesar, Armando brings him to one of the cities to distribute flyers for the circus's arrival, explaining to the curious ape the events that led to their new reality while advising him not to speak for fear for his life. Seeing apes performing various menial tasks and shocked at the harsh discipline inflicted on disobedient apes, Caesar shouts out "Lousy human bastards!" after seeing an ape messenger being beaten and drugged. Though Armando takes responsibility for the exclamation while defusing the situation, Caesar runs off in the commotion. Finding Caesar hiding in a stairway, Armando tells the ape that he will turn himself to the authorities and bluff his way out while instructing Caesar to hide among a group of arriving apes for safety. Caesar follows Armando's instruction and hides in a cage of orangutans, finding himself being trained for slavery through violent conditioning. Caesar is sold at auction to Governor Breck, allowed by his owner to name himself by randomly pointing to a word in a book handed to him.

The chimpanzee's finger rests upon the name "Caesar". Caesar is put to work by Breck's chief aide MacDonald, whose African American heritage allows him to sympathize with the apes to the thinly veiled disgust of his boss. Meanwhile, Armando is being interrogated by Inspector Kolp, who suspects his "circus ape" is the child of the two talking apes from the future. Kolp's assistant puts Armando under a machine, "the Authenticator", that psychologically forces people to be truthful. After admitting he had heard the name Cornelius before, Armando realizes he cannot fight the machine and jumps through a window to his death after a brief struggle with a guard; when Caesar learns of his circus owner's death, he loses faith in human kindness and begins secretly teaching the apes combat while having them gather weapons. By that time, through Kolp's investigation that the vessel which delivered Caesar is from a region with no native chimpanzees, Breck learns that Caesar is the ape they are hunting. Caesar reveals himself to MacDonald after he covered for the ape twice when called by Breck on Caesar's whereabouts.

While MacDonald understands Caesar's intent to depose Breck, he expresses his doubts about the revolution's effectiveness along with Caesar being dismissive of most humans. Caesar is captured by Breck's men and is electrically tortured into speaking. Hearing him speak, Breck orders Caesar's immediate death. Caesar survives his execution because MacDonald secretly lowers the machine's electrical output well below lethal levels. Once Breck leaves, Caesar escapes. Caesar begins his revolution by first taking over Ape Management to build his numbers, proceeding to the command center with the apes killing most of the riot police that attempt to stop them, while setting the city on fire. After bursting into Breck's command post and killing most of the personnel, Caesar has Breck marched out to be executed. MacDonald attempts to plea Caesar not to be merciful to the former masters. Caesar ignores him and in a rage declares: Where there is fire, there is smoke, and in that smoke, from this day forward, my people will crouch, conspire, plot, plan for the inevitable day of man's downfall.

The day when he and self-destructively turns his weapons against his own kind. The day of the writing in the sky, when your cities lie buried under radioactive rubble! When the sea is a dead sea, the land is a wasteland out of which I will lead my people from their captivity! And we shall build our own cities, in which there will be no place for humans except to serve our ends! And we shall found our own armies, our own religion, our own dynasty! And that day is upon you NOW! As the apes raise their rifles to beat Breck to death, Caesar's girlfriend Lisa voices her objection, "NO!" She is the first ape to speak other than Caesar. Caesar reconsiders and orders the apes to lower their weapons, saying: But we will put away our hatred. Now we will put down our weapons. We have passed through the night of the fires, those who were our masters are now our servants, and we, who are not human, can afford to be humane. Destiny is the will of God, if it is man's destiny to be dominated, it is God's will that he be dominated with compassion, understanding.

So, cast out your vengeance. Tonight, we have seen the birth of the Planet of the Apes! J. Lee Thompson, who had maintained an interest in the franchise since producer Arthur P. Jacobs invited him for the original Planet of the Apes, was hired to direct Conquest of the Planet of the Apes. Thompson had worked with Jacobs on two earlier films, What a Way to Go! and The Chairman, as well as during the i

Low Bin Tick

Dato' Dr. Low Bin Tick, DPMS, DIMP, OBE, GCStJ, JP was the Chairman of St John Council of Malaysia and Commander-in-Chief of St John Ambulance of Malaysia, he is a consultant skin specialist and genito-urinary physician practising in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Low has served with St John Ambulance of Malaysia since 1968, becoming Commander-in-chief in 1993, he initiated the 24-hour emergency ambulance service on the highways during the Hari Raya Aidilfitri and Chinese New Year festivals since 1996. At the same time he initiated the Emergency Medical Assistance Service in the major cities in Malaysia. In 2008, Low led the organisation's centenary celebrations at the Dataran Merdeka in Kuala Lumpur. In 2010, Low was made a Justice of the Peace by His Royal Highness Sultan of Selangor. Besides his works for St John Ambulance, Low is the President of the British Graduates Association of Malaysia, he has been Vice President of the Malaysian AIDS Council and a Trustee of the Malaysian AIDS Foundation. Throughout 2001 to 2005, Low was President of Chin Woo Athletic Association of Selangor and Kuala Lumpur, as well as President of Rotary Club of Kuala Lumpur DiRaja for Rotary Year 1996/1997.

Low is a Fellow of the Academy of Medicine Malaysia. Member of the Order of the Crown of Selangor Officer of the Order of St John - 1979 Member of the Order of the Defender of the Realm - 1981 Commander of the Order of St John - 1990 Knight of Grace of the Order of St John - 1996 Officer of the Order of the British Empire - 1998 Knight Companion of the Order of the Crown of Pahang - 1998 Knight Commander of the Order of the Crown of Selangor - 1999 Bailiff Grand Cross of the Venerable Order of St John - 2014 In June 2012, Low was ordered by the High Court in Kuala Lumpur to pay damages totaling RM500,000 for defamatory statements on another ex-President of Chinwoo Athletic Association, Dato' Chong Tho Chin The decision of the High Court was upheld by the court of appeal however, the Federal Court overturned the decisions of the High Court and the Court of Appeal. For details of the Federal Court grounds of judgement see...