07 November 2007

She saw Ramallah



Amal saw Ramallah...

6 Comments:

Anonymous said...

That's what you get for choosing war.

Sana said...

I wonder what you are getting anonymous! you are not in a better position, mind you.

Sana said...

hey Amal,

"I saw Ramallah" is very touching. It made me see it smell every grain of it's soil and touch it's spirit, despite all the empediments.

Thank you Amal

Anonymous said...

I wonder what you are getting anonymous

I'm getting my land of Israel. I pass by Ramallah sometimes too- and have been there and through there many times.

That's MUCH better.

:-)

Sana said...

I'll tell you what you are getting:
Castles in the air. Poor misguided anonymous. If I were you , I would pack and leave the occupied land ASAP before it'll be too late for you to catch up with time..... Go Back to your original country.

Anonymous said...

I'll tell you what I'm getting- my land.

The Arabs are packing and leaving for their countries. That's good. It will lead to peace, with the nation of Israel in its land and the thieves going to their own lands.

According to Nader Said’s polls for Birzeit University, 35 percent of Palestinians over the age of 18 want to emigrate. Nearly 50 percent of those between 18 and 30 would leave if they could, said Mr. Said.

“That’s a huge indicator,” he said. “In the worst of times here, when Israeli troops were everywhere, the figure in the population was less than 20 percent.”

Even the young fighters of the Abu Rish brigade have tried to leave. Muhammad and Saado, both 27, sold their weapons, took bank loans and paid $2,000 for visas and tickets from Cairo to Beijing on Austrian Airlines.

What about those who would accuse you of giving up your rights in your land?

Mr. Hussein turned away. “I don’t care,” he finally said. “I want to live happily.”

http://www.nytimes.com/2007/03/12/world/middleeast/12intifada.html?_r=1&hp=&oref=slogin&pagewanted=all

 

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