Monday, December 29, 2008

ساحة الإرادة - ليلة أمس

at 9:00 AM


  1. Blogger Ra-1 posted at 11:00 AM  
    Mashalla so many photos!
    I will post mine soon
    Btw cute pic of the kids i didnt see them there :)
  2. Blogger Fereej posted at 12:07 PM  
    ya36eehum el3afya
  3. Anonymous Anonymous posted at 2:33 PM  
    This post is tag to all bloggers to post about the massacre
  4. Blogger Temetwir posted at 6:00 PM  
    proud of you
  5. Blogger بورباع posted at 7:05 PM  
  6. Blogger Erzulie posted at 8:11 PM  
    temetwir: i didn't do anything special. i was with my mom and i asked her what good are we doing here. she said we're simply showing support by taking a stand. but i was frustrated and i still am by how that would not have any positive and direct impact at what's going on. for now, this is as close as i can get to help i.e. further publicizing the demonstration from my POV. what a foreshadowing way to start the new year.
  7. Anonymous Anonymous posted at 9:41 AM  
    The killing of innocent people - Palestinian, Israeli, anyone- no matter what their religion, citizenship, or background is egregiously wrong. Two wrongs do not make a right. No one should be shelling anyone because they are Jewish or Israeli, or bombing schools and markets because they are Muslim and Palestinian or Arab in retaliation.

    It is the insanity of the whole situation and circumstance that must be objected to and to which a stand must be made against in my opinion. A stand against those who gain political benefit - on ALL SIDES - while innocent civilians suffer and die because of their shameful acts of war, murder, and destruction.

    Again, two wrongs do not make a right. If you know that a bear will attack and maul you if you poke it with a stick, don't poke it with a stick. Why does the same old broken record have to be repeated over and over again and why can't this situation evolve away from the same old destructive patterns it has been mired in for years and years. So much human life wasted and so many chances to make something positive and new and hopeful for the region destroyed as usual! It's infuriating.
  8. Blogger 1001Nights posted at 12:25 PM  
    I wonder if this is for 3ashoora? Because there are flags that say Ya Hussain and since that is unrelated to Gaza I wonder what the relation is?
  9. Blogger Erzulie posted at 1:18 PM  
    Ms. Baker: It is infuriating. I just hate how something this major is sourced in something very insignificant. The magnitude of the trigger is irrelevant; the events that follow it, however, are the main causes of destruction of all sorts.

    1001 nights: Simply put, 6a'ifiya representin'.
  10. Blogger Erzulie posted at 2:30 AM  
    anon: that's the same as saying f**k every iraqi living on this planet. you cannot blame and victimize hundreds of innocent human beings for what happened in kuwait regardless of their ethnic backgrounds and origins. it's simply inhuman. if the whole world would follow your way of thought and mentality, there would be a war between every other country. revenge and rage is NEVER the answer.
  11. Anonymous Anonymous posted at 7:08 AM  
    Murder, revenge, and righteous judgments or retaliations are gonna happen until GOD returns to deal with this. So unfortunately lots of people may die but thank God that he will sort them out. The best we can do is pray for these people.
  12. Anonymous Anonymous posted at 5:21 PM  
    Anony :

    Time is a great healer : things move on. Also lets don't forget it was the minority black sheep from among the Palestinian community in Kuwait who colluded with the Iraqi regime, at the behest of their emotionally juvenile and reckless chairman Arafat. It will be unfair to paint them all with the same brush like most people, here, tend to do all the time with people Israeli or Jewish.

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