Saturday, April 09, 2005

Two years!

I feel like writting in Arabic, sorry Emigre and others, so i started a blog in arabic, only the letters are english, so don't spend your time trying to decode the text;)
the blog started today, i still have soem improvements to do with the help of Mohammed who is going to give me some technical support, in addition to all his support and actually pushing, for me to start an Arabic blog, so you might wana try to vist also tomorrow to see the new changes, inshalla.
the blog name is " Allah Kareem! " and the URL is Allahkareem.blogspot.com, and i explained the meaning of the title, and wrote the introduction, and my first "official" post too.
the truth is that the arab blogs sphere grew dramatically in the last few months, even faster than the way iraqi blogs number increased, and this is a great and positive change, i have a list of daily visits to arabic blogs beside the daily visit to the english ones.
its left to say that i enabled the comments on this blog.

Baghdad...madeenato assalami o al 7ob, madeenato il 3ilm o il 2adab, ma 3adat kathalik.

thank you very much.
me*

2 Comments

#4/10/2005 06:52:00 am Assalam Aleikom Blogger emigre

Why apologise? I think it's fantastic.

 
#4/12/2005 07:26:00 pm Assalam Aleikom Blogger madtom

How dare you participate in the occupiers/Zionist plot to open the media and free communications for the people of Iraq. This must be a completely unIslamic practice, as all the surrounding countries have a very controlled media and public blogging is frowned on. Did you ask permission from the blog ministry to blog in Arabic, did you get a license from the occupiers. Have you submitted you post for vetting? These are all important questions that need to be answered before the occupation authority grants you your blogging in Arabic permission slip.
Good luck on your new blog Khalid. I'm going to try and get your post translated so I can post my comment.

 

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