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post #1 of 64 (permalink) Old April 9th, 2005, 14:46 Thread Starter
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The First Islamic Solidarity Games - 2005

The First Islamic Solidarity Games - 2005


this Games 54 counties accent to join it from 57 countries
from Asia, Africa and Europe


i wish we stick this thread and Discus all the Games on this thread
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Day 1 Results

Football:
Algeria 2 : 0 Palestine
Mali 0 : 0 Syria
Morocco 2 : 0 Pakistan
Saudi Arabia 4 : 0 Yemen

Football 5-a-side
Bahrain 2 : 8 Algeria
Lebanon 2 : 10 Bangladesh
Saudi Arabia 9 : 0 Egypt
Iraq 0 : 5 Iran

Basketball
Somalia 26 : 106 Azerbaijan
Kyrgyzstan 55 : 80 Jordan
Tajikistan 55 : 111 Libya
Palestine 48 : 112 Iran
Saudi Arabia 72 : 40 Yemen
Maldives 37 : 138 Morocco
Pakistan 37 : 112 Tunisia

Volleyball
Jordan 0 : 3 Algeria
Chad 0 : 3 Turkmenistan
Azerbaijan 0 : 3 Egypt
Tajikistan 0 : 3 Yemen
Saudi Arabia 3 : 0 Syria

Handball
Sudan 7 : 44 Algeria
Iraq 29 : 35 Egypt
Azerbaijan 25 : 41 Tunisia
Pakistan 53 : 56 Saudi Arabia
Senegal 33 : 37 Syria

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Day 2 Results

Football:
Oman 4 : 1 Sudan
Iran 9 : 0 Tajikistan

Football 5-a-side
Bahrain 4 : 3 Egypt
Iraq 17 : 0 Lebanon
Saudi Arabia 5 : 1 Algeria
Bangladesh 0 : 23 Iran

Basketball:
Algeria 132 : 44 Pakistan
Iran 141 : 29 Maldives
Morocco 79 : 60 Chad
Tunisia 75 : 52 Libya
Saudi Arabia 65 : 58 Azerbaijan
Jordan 46 : 96 Sudan
Syria 88 : 71 Kyrgyzstan
Kuwait 104 : 94 Yemen

Volleyball:
Syria 2 : 3 Jordan
Iraq 1 : 3 Pakistan
Sudan 0 : 3 Saudi Arabia
Palestine 0 : 3 Iran

Handball:
Morocco 44 : 26 Pakistan
Bahrain 38 : 28 Azerbaijan
Syria 24 : 25 Algeria
Iraq 29 : 33 Jordan
Sudan 18 : 47 Senegal

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Jordan 46 : 96 Sudan

Actually its the otherway around, Jordan 96-46 Sudan. I watched this game and it was a oneside game for Jordan who outplayed the Sudanese. Actually this is the Olympic team for Jordan, all the players are 1983-1984 and some are 1985 born. The Jordanian Basketball Federation decided to rest the 1st team players after a very long and tiring season.


Is there an official website for the games by the way?

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Islamic Solidarity games?

What exactly is this? What's the aim? Can only nations with a predominantly muslim population enter or can anyone country enter?

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Guys i edit the posts and i added the Football 5-a-side


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Jordan 46 : 96 Sudan

Actually its the otherway around, Jordan 96-46 Sudan. I watched this game and it was a oneside game for Jordan who outplayed the Sudanese. Actually this is the Olympic team for Jordan, all the players are 1983-1984 and some are 1985 born. The Jordanian Basketball Federation decided to rest the 1st team players after a very long and tiring season.


Is there an official website for the games by the way?
Thanks Pooh. Jordan have a good Basketball team. i hope thy qualify to the Finals.

and this is the website http://www.isg1.org/

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Islamic Solidarity games?

What exactly is this? What's the aim? Can only nations with a predominantly muslim population enter or can anyone country enter?

theres alot of Games we have the Olympic games, Asian Games, Arab Games, Islamic Games ... etc. what the diffrent. so if you are Asian you enter the Asian Games, if you Arabi you Enter the Arabi Games, if you Muslim You Enter the Islamic Games
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Day 3 Results

Football
Morocco 0 : 0 Malaysia
Saudi Arabia 3 : 0 Palestine
Yemen 0 : 1 Algeria
Chad 1 : 4 Mali

Football 5-a-side
Saudi Arabia 10 : 2 Bahrain
Lebanon 0 : 13 Iran
Algeria 9 : 0 Egypt
Bangladesh 0 : 13 Iraq

Basketball
Kuwait 94 : 40 Somalia
Sudan 59 : 96 Kyrgyzstan
Azerbaijan 56 : 37 Yemen
Maldives 40 : 117 Chad
Tajikistan 38 : 104 Algeria
Libya 93 : 45 Pakistan
Morocco 107 : 58 Palestine

Volleyball
Yemen 0 : 3 Azerbaijan
Morocco 3 : 0 Turkmenistan
Jordan 2 : 3 Sudan
Tajikistan 0 : 3 Egypt
Algeria 3 : 0 Syria

Handball
Syria 44 : 23 Sudan
Egypt 28 : 26 Jordan
Tunisia 34 : 42 Bahrain
Saudi Arabia 28 : 17 Morocco
Algeria 29 : 22 Senegal
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theres alot of Games we have the Olympic games, Asian Games, Arab Games, Islamic Games ... etc. what the diffrent. so if you are Asian you enter the Asian Games, if you Arabi you Enter the Arabi Games, if you Muslim You Enter the Islamic Games
Ah okay, thanx but what exactly is an Islamic Game?

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Ah okay, thanx but what exactly is an Islamic Game?
ok.
- the same games you play in the Olympics (Swimming, Football, Athletics .. etc).
- Muslim's Countries Only Play one it. and this games for Islamic Solidarity against Terrorist.
- There are some Countries from Asia (Saudi Arabia, Iran, Malaysia, Uzbekistan, … etc), Africa (Egypt, Morocco, Algeria, Cameroon, Nigeria, … etc), and Europe (Turkey, Azerbaijan, Bosnia, Albania… etc) ply one it
There are 54 Countries from 57 play in this Games. The 3 Countries that didn’t played in the 1st edition maybe Albania or something ?
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in the Football 5-a-side
Iraq and Iran Qualifed from Groub B
Saudi Arabia and Algeria Qualifed from Groub A

Standing
Group A
Saudi Arabia 9
Algeria 6
Bahrain 3
Egypt 0

Group B
Iran 9
Iraq 6
Bangladish 3
Lebanon 0



3rd Place
Algeria : Iraq

the Final
Saudi Arabia : Iran

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Day 4 Results

Football
Iran 4 : 0 Sudan
Tajikistan 0 : 3 Oman

Basketball
Algeria 80 : 70 Libya
Tajikistan 28 : 113 Tunisia
Chad 62 : 123 Iran
Maldives 24 : 108 Palestine
Saudi Arabia 103 : 36 Somalia
Azerbaijan 74 : 66 Kuwait
Syria 71 : 53 Sudan

Volleyball
Sudan 0 : 3 Algeria
Iran 3 : 1 Pakistan
Chad 0 : 3 Morocco
Saudi Arabia 3 : 0 Jordan
Iraq 3 : 0 Palestine
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- Basketball I saw Azerbaijan Basketball team thy have a talented players
Number 6 I already liked this guy. And Number 9 how tall is he?

- Volleyball Iraq won 3-0 over Palestine, we have a chance to qualify to the next rounds.
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There is a very good chance that Jordan might play Azerbijan in the second round, I think Jordan's kids can win it, it is better anyway than playing the hosts even though I think again that Jordan's kids can win, but Azer are easier at this stage.

The funny thing that Jordan has won 2 medals so far a gold and a bronze in the Taekwando competitions and they are the only medals for Jordan so far The 1st taekwando team is now in Spain for the world cup and the ones in Saudi Arabia are Jordan B or maybe even C, same as Egypt, Iran and Morroco.

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Iraq have 1 Gold Medal, 1 Silver Medal and 2 Bronze Medals

Iraq Got the Weightlifting Gold, Silver and Bronze Medals
and one Bronze Medal from Taekwando 65 kg

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Day 5 Results

Football
Syria 2 : 0 Chad
Palestine 1 : 3 Yemen
Malaysia 2 : 0 Pakistan
Saudi Arabia 5 : 0 Algeria

Football 5-a-side
the Final: Saudi Arabia 5 : 2 Iran
3rd Place: Algeria 3 : 2 Iraq

Basketball
Yemen 80 : 41 Somalia
Jordan 70 : 63 Syria
Pakistan 73 : 51 Tajikistan
Kuwait 86 : 90 Saudi Arabia
Palestine 65 : 81 Chad
Tunisia 66 : 70 Algeria
Morocco 91 : 90 Iran

Volleyball
Syria 3 : 2 Sudan
Azerbaijan 3 : 0 Tajikistan
Pakistan 3 : 0 Palestine
Egypt 3 : 0 Yemen
Algeria 2 : 3 Saudi Arabia
Iran 3 : 0 Iraq

Handball
Egypt 28 : 22 Tunisia
Algeria 33 : 28 Morocco
Saudi Arabia 35 : 28 Syria
Bahrain 36 : 35 Jordan

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And the Jordanian Comedy continues

Tarik Habayib has added another gold medal to Jordan throug TAEKWANDO again Other Jordanian teams have sucked big time except for that young beautiful basketball team who are crashing their oppenents so far.

Now, three medals so far for Jordan, 2 golds one bronze, ALL by the Taekwando team Hopefully the first team in the world cup in Spain snatche similar results.

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Hi Guys;

What are the rules for enterign these games?
I t hink Turkey declined because of some strict dress code, or am I wrong?

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As far as I know, Turkey IS participating in the tournament, but not in the football event.

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Turkey is participating (in the drop down menu on the right, choose "Republic of Turkey"):

http://www.isg1.org/site2/link6_6.asp
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