posted by Sassine And Marwa El Nabbout @ 2:42 PM
oh my god!!!!!!!!!!!!there are countbale stones in the street.dammmmmmmm!terrorists did this!!
شباب، أرسلوا لي كلّ الصور التي لديكم عن الحرب اللبنانية لأضعها على موقعي حيث يزورني يومياً الفي زائر من كل أنحاء العالم، شكراً
How will they ever manage to rebuilt this worldfamous construction.What of all the tourism that would have been created if it was in tact.What of all the business that are dependant on that wall!
This comment has been removed by a blog administrator.
Don't cry Lebanon! Just as the Lebanese blogosphere was able to mobilize in support of the March 14 movements, it can work together to mobilize world public opinion to pressure Israel to end its aggression against Lebanon.For example, here are some suggestions:(1) Explaining to the American public that this is a war on Lebanon, not on Hizbollah. The Israel lobby has mastered the art of public relations ("hasbara"); you need to do no less. (2) Writing letters and calling the American media. Again, the Israel lobby has mastered this art, and Lebanon's supporters must do the same. (3) Working with the Arab public to pressure Arab leaders to end their shameful support of Just Reward. There are plenty of Arab bloggers you can work with in this regard. (4) Ditto for the European public. Again, there are plenty of European bloggers you can work with.(5) Work with Israeli peace groups. Are they planning up any upcoming demonstrations against the war in Lebanon? Why not have speakers from Lebanon address the really? Here are some Israeli peace groups:http://www.gush-shalom.org/http://www.alternativenews.org/http://www.yeshgvul.org/index_e.aspThe Lebanese blogosphere doesn't needs to wage a jihad on behalf of Lebanon! It just needs to show the same level of creativity in mobilizing the world to end Israel's aggression that it did in supporting the March 14 movement. Let's work together to save Lebanon.
so what, comparring damages in an infantile way now? a war is horrible in both sides.lezem kelhom yefhamou ino hal7arb bdha to2af.
Ah, inf.So your not objecting to these pictures now.LOL.
again. marwa, im not objecting the pics, im objecting showing only one side suffering.
Israel, unlike the muslim world, is not pimping with its childrens blood. We do not take pictures of torn human parts like you but your missiles and rockets kill. these are some pictures of some of the people Hizballah and Lebanon killed during this week:http://www.mekusharim.co.il/browse.asp?tid=21209 (the guy in the middle of the page)http://www.ynet.co.il/PicServer2/20122005/834348/7c67_hx.jpg http://www.ynet.co.il/PicServer2/20122005/834399/IMG_7624_a.jpghttp://www.ynet.co.il/PicServer2/20122005/834255/2_a.jpg (the crying mother)http://www.ynet.co.il/PicServer2/20122005/840264/DSC_6060_a.jpg (killed when calling the children to run to the shelter in Nahariya)http://www.ynet.co.il/articles/0,7340,L-3278024,00.html ( Also a movie)http://www.ynet.co.il/PicServer2/20122005/838340/rep_a.jpghttp://www.ynet.co.il/PicServer2/20122005/838486/DSC_0410-(Medium)_a.jpg (building bombarded by Lebanon/Hizbullah)and a movie: http://www.ynet.co.il/articles/0,7340,L-3277187,00.htmlhttp://www.ynet.co.il/PicServer2/20122005/837688/r_a.jpg - killed at work by a rocket launched by Hizballah http://www.ynet.co.il/PicServer2/20122005/837738/DSC_0216-(Medium)_a.jpg - - killed at work by a rocket launched by Hizballah http://www.ynet.co.il/PicServer2/20122005/837762/DSC_0234-(Medium)_a.jpg - - killed at work by a rocket launched by Hizballah http://www.ynet.co.il/PicServer2/20122005/837748/09_a.jpg- killed at work by a rocket launched by Hizballah http://www.ynet.co.il/PicServer2/20122005/837861/2_a.jpg- killed at work by a rocket launched by Hizballah http://www.ynet.co.il/PicServer2/20122005/837865/3_a.jpg- killed at work by a rocket launched by Hizballah http://www.ynet.co.il/PicServer2/20122005/837856/1_a.jpg- killed at work by a rocket launched by Hizballah http://www.ynet.co.il/PicServer2/20122005/837716/DSCF3401_Wa.jpg - killed at work by a rocket launched by Hizballah http://www.ynet.co.il/PicServer2/20122005/836418/tal_a.jpghttp://www.ynet.co.il/PicServer2/20122005/836417/dov_a.jpg - Dov, kidnapped by Lebanon/Hizbullah (day 1)http://www.ynet.co.il/PicServer2/20122005/836420/yaniv_a.jpg - Yaniv, kidnapped by Lebanon/Hizbullah (day 1)http://www.ynet.co.il/PicServer2/20122005/834552/nimrod-cohen2_wa.jpg - on the right side of the picture , with his parents(killed on day 1 by hizbulah)http://www.ynet.co.il/PicServer2/20122005/834631/DSCF3060-(Medium)_a.jpg - Wisam, murdered by hizbullah (day 1)Lebanon started this war! Lebanon is now facing the outcome of supporting the Hizbullah terror.
all this shows that israeli ambulances arrive before the photographers, while lebanese ambulances arrive after.
This photograph is a prime example of how extreme Israel's attack is considering how light its damage has been. Two soldiers are kidnapped and all of Lebanon is attacked and its people are burned alive. It appears for every Israeli killed, Lebanon will lose a village of innocents. I am an American who is disgusted with Israel and my own government for its constant pandering to Zionist interests. My government sends billions of dollars every year to Israel while here in America we have millions of mentally ill people on the streets. Remember Hurricane Katrina? The money sent to Israel could have saved New Orleans from the flooding. The Israeli and American governments are no friends of Jews or Americans.
Ryan you look at a picture posted on a Lebanese blog as proof to israeli damage??If I post the picture of 2 little arab kids from Nazareth that were "roasted alive" by a rocket than your so called conscience will feel better??You could say that the money your goverment hands out to arab countries could have been used in New-orleans. I wonder why you didn't say that.
Blogs can be a way of continuing the inflammatory battle cries or a way to understand and move things for a better world… Personally, I prefer to divide between the root, the trigger and the reaction, and right now only the trigger and reaction seem important for stopping the bloodshed. So half truths (the trigger was only the abduction of 2 soldiers: false, the trigger was years of rockets, including on the “trigger” day, and the killing of soldiers, and the abduction of 2 soldiers) or ignoring the reality (Lebanon’s government may not have the power to disarm HA) aren’t honest attempts for dialog…Understanding the trigger is the best way for addressing the problem; right now the only response I read is that "the reaction is too harsh", which, surprisingly, doesn't seem to satisfy the Israelis...
Post a Comment
(more to come, watch this space)