Saturday, May 21, 2005

Carnival of the relatives

Here is the latest posts of my relatives this week:

Dad posted a small post about AL-Qaim, which as most of the latest post are now, is getting lots of comments and discussions.. A Micro Version of Falluja.

I posted about a day we (I, HNK and Aya) spent alone, at our house, in the middle of the war.. A Day from Hell.

HNK changed her e-mail, and posted about the same day I talked about.. The Nightmare.

Raghda posted photos of her cat (Bushbush)'s new kittens.. And another post of some proverbs she liked.

Sunshine posted about one more adventure, and a new way to spend the Eid.. Leaving The House.
She, however had to stop posting for a while since her exams started.. But she reminds us "The sun will shine again".


#5/22/2005 02:15:00 pm Assalam Aleikom Anonymous Anonymous

Clearly, there is little if any interest anymore, Najma. The world is tired of Iraq and it's peoples continuous inability to get along with each other. One can only hope and do so much for another. At some point they must learn to be responsible for themselves.


#5/22/2005 04:31:00 pm Assalam Aleikom Blogger emigre


Clearly you have some tact lessons to attend. The world is tired of hearing some people put down some other people who want freedom and peace.

At some point, I am hoping that you "Mohanned" can learn to take some responsibilty instead of just sitting there critiqueing others who have the guts to blog for freedom in the face of uninspiring remarks such as yours.

#5/24/2005 02:01:00 pm Assalam Aleikom Blogger Exadios

"Clearly you have some tact lessons to attend":


#5/24/2005 11:49:00 pm Assalam Aleikom Anonymous Anonymous

Without question, interest is waning. People are getting tired of the incessent self-defeatism of the ME.

The question is screaming out... "Just what else can be done for them?" At some point in time they will have to manage on their own. And, as well, get along with the rest of the world without exporting the insanity.



#5/26/2005 04:50:00 pm Assalam Aleikom Blogger emigre

But is the ME self-defeating? Or is it part of a larger global pattern which screams out, as you say "Just what else can be done?".

Hmm. I would say, nothing can be done but plenty can be undone. People just need to be able to have a blog and a bit of a row online instead of busting up the real world.


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