"To the impartial eye, the world not only seems an unlikely one-off phenomenon, but a constant strain on reason. If reason exists, that is, if a neutral reason exists. So speaks the voice from within. So speaks Joker's voice." - Jostein Gaarder

Wednesday, September 27, 2006

تلفن عياش

Sometimes you say stuff just so you wouldn't stay silent, just to hear ur voice... dont worry, unfortunatly everyone does that, exactly when they only need to be silent.

This post is just another example.

وأخيراً تلفن عياش متل ما كأنو ما تلفن

Everytime I meet someone I have to go like, "Oh, this one looks like a 3ayyash, rasheed, abu al-jawaher, artin, estaz noor, fo2ad, krikor, shallal....."

w 2m7,


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi yazan,
my comment is not related to this post...
i've read somewhere that u have many reasons for not respecting
el sayyed Nasrallah, and i'm really curious to know why? can u answer me here or in another post

September 27, 2006 8:39 PM

Blogger Yazan said...

Look into the history of Hizbulla and u'll see, it's just another sectarian militia, just like LF just lik every one those in lebanon...

If u look at the party's history u'll see that after the assasination of "Moussawy" who is by far the creator of hizbulla, Nasralla took over and he "litterally" exterminated the "Moussawy" factions...
regardless, I know it's politics,
I dont respect the role of that party, I dont respect the fact that just like "all" other lebanese factions it has nothing to do with the real interests of Lebanon.
I dont respect the absolute contempt of religion in the way he uses it...
I dont respect what the party turned southern lebanon into an islamic state in the 80s.. a lot of stuff, that I cant articulate, cuz I dont have time really, and I dont have the sources to back my statements, at least not here...
u shouldve asked some 6 months ago.. ;)

In general, and this is a new thing in me...

I have the same feelings towards Nasser, and Nasrallah, they both had charisma, they both used that charisma and the ideologies they represented to get their way, and they used the people in the same sense...
Maybe it's not fair to compare both, because Nasser was on a bigger scale, and because of that he had this huge effect [I believe like many that Nasser is the real seed of socialist dictatorships in arab countries]... but still..

September 27, 2006 11:24 PM

Blogger Okimos said...

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September 28, 2006 9:18 AM

Blogger Okimos said...

so what am i .. an artin , a 3omar or maybe a nizar .. wadu think?

September 28, 2006 9:20 AM

Blogger Yazan said...

la ya 3am, enta "abu laila" w mkatter ya3ni!!!!! walao!!!

September 28, 2006 10:29 AM


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