Tell Me a Secret: The Fourth Year

Sunday, March 18, 2007

The Fourth Year

The fourth year has arrived.
and counting.
my biggest fear is that i will be sitting on a chair every year, posting about the fifth year, seventh year, 20th year of occupation and it's harvest of blood, pain and disappointment.

The policy and decision makers of the United states of American has turned into the most arrogant idiots, drunk with power to the point that they can't drive their way home from Iraq anymore.

We have a saying: God supports a just nation even if it was an infidel nation, and destroys an unjust one even if it believed in him. And it's about the time to say it, USA have became the unjust nation that needs to be removed, not removed off the map with a nuclear bomb i mean, but removed from it's position as the leader of the world.
USA doesn't have the moral superiority propaganda on it's side anymore. It's a mere mission of greed and aggression that its leading in the world now: If we don't like you, we shoot you. If you don't give us your wealth, we shoot you, and if you don't like us for doing this to others, we gladly shoot you too.

This has to come to an end.

I don't see hope in the elections system in the states, or in the government structure as it is, to make any changes in that unjust country and change it's leading imperialist mentality that is messing the world now, and planning to mess it far more in the future.

I remember an old cartoon, of Santa standing over a hill looking at a city full of chimneys and thinking: why me?!

And this is what people living in our region wonder often: why us? why do you wanna hurt us? why do you wanna occupy us? why can't you just leave us live alone? is it the oil? what a bloody curse it is, it brought us nothing but agony, just take it and go away. Just like what you would say when a thief faces you in an ally at the middle of the night: "take my wallet, but please don't hurt me". That's how desperate people are.

for four years I have been pleading for peaceful ways of ending the occupation. Trying to cooperate with the peace movements here and in the states to find a way out, but as we can all notice, our efforts are in vein. The US government cares about nothing at all, nothing, as long as they have the guns and bullets to do what they want to do, they will do it, and you wusses can condemn and protest all you want all around the world; we have the guns and the guts, and we are staying the coarse, they say.

And I personally now don't believe anymore in any of that peace message, simply because it doesn't work. And if you have any preaching about that, keep it to your protests to feel better and then go home to sit safely with your children, and save me the crap, please.

The sad, hurtful truth, is that the one and only thing that works, and will work, is to cause the greatest harm possible to the American army in Iraq and other occupied countries, so much to the points that the politicians, the MPs that vote for the country budget, the media that are all facilitating the continuity of this occupation, are so afraid of the reaction of the other Americans, the good Americans, and believe that they will seriously kill them if they don't stop that occupation, only at that point, the occupation will end.

And here is the thing: "the good MPs" who in this particular subject should be the democrats who are trying to demand to take the troops home, aren't really good at all, they don't give a damn about Iraq or Iraqis, they don't know the first thing about Iraq and Iraqis, they just know for sure that people are so upset in the states, the polls say that people think this war is a total failure, and what a greater opportunity than this: go with the wave and demand what people in the streets want to get back to the office, all the way till the next democrat president's urges drives him to have sex with someone in the white house that is naturally not his wife and hopefully a woman.

Back to our point, even those upset Americans wouldn't have been so upset, (well the very most of them at least to give credit to the really good ones that i call the heroes), if they didn't see that their army is failing, and that more and more body bags are flying home, and more and more billions of their own money is being spent on somewhere other than their own needs and schools and health care. which totally makes sense of course if you disregard the tiny little fact of that those billions are being spent to illegally occupy a country and kill it's people and steal it's natural resources and take away their freedom and enforce a policy on them and install a puppet government that if the Americans themselves weren't protecting it's members 24/7 people would have eaten them alive, and if you disregard that fact that the real problem is actually the part of the army that is not in body bags, yet.


you would say that this talk is too harsh, and that would make us lose the sympathy of the international community.
international community my ass. Where were they for the last four years? Just too afraid to say no to America or simply don't care to. They didn't prevent the war and they still yet didn't end the occupation. So I really don't give a damn about their sympathy, it obviously and as proven by experience doesn't do much anyways.

I say again: if it wasn't that the American army is losing by all means, most of Americans wouldn't have moved a hand, or a tongue to demand the withdrawal of the army from Iraq.
So after all, resistance does work.
of course it does work. Haven't you read the history?
Any occupied people revolt immediately or eventually, and when people do, armies never stand a chance, says history.
Yes the resistance, the national patriot resistance, the one that is attacking the American army and the other occupying armies, and everyone that helps them and protects them. Not the terrorists that are killing Iraqis, weather Sunna or Shea, no not those. Those nobody knows who they are and where were they before the occupation, they somehow grew and flourished under the umbrella of the occupation, and i dare say as a direct reason of it; when Bramer created the concept of the sectarian based distribution of government, it all started, and that was over a year after the war, so for a whole year Iraqis were heavily loaded with weapons and under a completely safe environment, and they didn't jump on each other, no sectarian tension was registered that led to battles, no Iranian or Iranian based militias killing Sunna and definitely no Sunni militias killing Shea too, neither, and if you go to Jordan or Syria now, there are about a million Iraqi refuge in each of these countries alone, ran out for their lives from the hell-y situation in Iraq, and among those millions of people we never heard till this very moment of any fight or any sort of sectarian based problems, which means that as i said: this sectarian tension was created politically by the occupation: divide and conquer.
But back to what i was saying: The national patriot resistance, the simple everyday Iraqis that can't be self centred and say: let Iraq fight on it's own, we will hide in our houses. No sir, no madam, they didn't. They left their lives and Jobs, as any hero in any occupied country would do, held their weapons and started to fight. And they did indeed make the life of the strongest army in the world a living hell, no doubt,they taught them the lesson: if we bite each other's fingers, you will be the ones to scream first.

Iraqis are in Iraq, the proper place for Iraqi people!, and have no where else to go, and will stay there and will fight there till the end, because simply they are too proud to be occupied, and simply because they have no where else to go after most of the countries in the world decided they won't open their doors to Iraqis and won't hold their burden, countries including USA itself, that accepted a tiny number of Iraqi refuges since the war, a shameful three figures number.
what a shame. what a shame.

And even terrorism itself, which is the killing of innocent people for no crime they did [excluding that done by the occupation at this particular context], is not making the life of the US army any easier too, it's just another indicator of how bad they are running the battle ground and how much they lack the ability to control the security in Iraq. Hell, news here are nothing but the death toll of the day.

So as a conclusion i have to say: That it's shameful enough, and hurtful enough to say, and sad enough yet truthful enough, that for most Americans it actually requires terrorism that kills innocent people, and resistance that kills thousands of Americans and burns billions of American money, to make them demand an end to an occupation, but still basing on their own losses and not because of the feeling of responsibility or guilt over what they did to Iraq, now correct me if i am wrong here, but there is something seriously wrong with this moral equation here.

It sounds to me, that after 4 years of occupation, that America is a nation of selfish people, too busy with their lives and joys to care about how their own country is screwing the world, instead they really concentrate on getting fatter, rockin' and rollin', watching the Oscar night and reality shows -other than the show: "kill all Iraqis", of course- and mourning the slut Anna Nichol Smith. And the "God fearing" ones are chasing gays while clapping to Bush the Ape that his pictures can be used as a scientific evidence of evolution.
what a shame. what a shame.

I bleed inside my heart when i write this and certain names and pictures of certain Americans come to my mind. Sincere truthful people, more Iraqis than the pigs in the green zone are, and more of God people than Bush and his gang can ever be even if some of them are secular, and more humane than a lot of other Americans that know nothing about the world, don't want to know anything about it, and support Bush blindly like he is their own God. And I can imagine the good guys' agony living among those people and trying to enlighten them and teach them that the way to God goes through loving others, and not through killing them and their families. I see them thinking of Iraqis and talking about Iraq everyday and everywhere. Sometimes leaving their country, their homes and lives to come here and see how is it really with their own eyes, and to see what can they do to hold their responsibility as Americans. To see how can they stop their unleashed country from occupying other countries and killing more people and spreading more terror and hate in the world. Yes, it's the responsibility of every American to think that way. If anyone should have the right to be proud of being American and sing the national anthem, it should be those heroes.

Sad fourth birthday hateful spiteful occupation, Sad fourth birthday dear beloved Iraq, i miss you, and i promise you that there will be an end, soon.

150 Comments:

Anonymous Nadoosha said...

Emotional overload ;)
well written khalood .. well written.

ur promise is bound to come true someday .. as the cliche goes "Justice always Prevails" ..

anyways, keep those posts a rollin :)


Nadoosha~

3/18/2007 02:21:00 PM  
Anonymous Jenny said...

Thanks for sitting down to write this..I agree with what you said, and am waiting like you are for the end of this horror. I invite you to tell your friends and get people to help stop the next wave. http://www.isirannext.org

3/18/2007 06:32:00 PM  
Blogger Majed Jarrar said...

a5oor :|

3/18/2007 06:41:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

amen my brother, you said it like i is. though i wish we all would have been wrong.

hey, i have been reading fiction by this amazing liberationist writer from Kenya - Ngugi wa Thiong'o. his books are about his country's national resistance against western imperialism and neo-colonialism. right now i am reading his book Matigari and it is about a patriot who goes around the country asking questions of truth and justice. when the book was published in Kenya the authorities tried to hunt Matigari down only to learn that he is an imaginary protagonist in a fiction book by Ngugi! hahahaha!! anyways, here are some words from Matigari to beautiful Iraq, her people and her resistance on this miserable birthday:

"There is no arrival without the effort of moving feet. The children of Iraq will come out of this graveyard into which their lives have been condemned, for there is no night so long that it does not end with dawn."

keep the hope, keep the love --- akkadia

3/18/2007 08:46:00 PM  
Blogger SKiZM said...

This is a wonderfully poetic post. The brutal and direct honesty is powerful. I commend you on having the courage to transmit the truth.
<3

3/19/2007 05:40:00 AM  
Blogger 3EERAQIMEDIC said...

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3/19/2007 06:40:00 AM  
Blogger Faiza Al-Arji said...

خالد
عاشت ايدك
انشالله تجي الذكرى الخامسه للاحتلال
والعراق محرر من المحتلين والقرود الذين ساندوهم
نسال الله ان يثبتنا ويقوينا ولا نفقد الصبر والايمان
ولا نتوقف عن العمل لتحرير العراق الحبيب
امين

3/19/2007 11:09:00 AM  
Anonymous PeaceLizard said...

I think it's amazing how so many of us around the world tend to come to the same conclusions at about the same time, as if our most intimate thoughts were somehow connected. For me, my two negative "epiphanies" were, first, the bombing of the medical clinic in Falludja and, second, Israel's vicious "Al Qaeda" attack on Lebanon last summer. The first event caused me to stop "supporting the troops" in any psychological, moral, or spiritual sense; the second caused me to realize the full extent of the hypocrisy of the so-called War on Terror. When the people of Lebanon were experiencing the very same horror of having buildings collapse on top of them as the Americans in the twin towers did on September 11 of 2001, and yet most Americans and their representatives in congress all lined up at the pig trough and offered their "support" for the criminal terrorist action of the Israeli government, at that point I realized that Americans as a whole are the "mothers and fathers of all hypocrites", and I wanted nothing more to do with the nation of my birth after that.

That is why, from that point on, I have started cheering on the Iraqi insurgents every time I hear of another American casualty in Iraq.
I know that this is a horrible position for an individual like myself who is still (technically) an "American citizen" but, no doubt, the same predicament was faced by those citizens of Germany who grudgingly came to realize that those of the Polish nation, for example, who tried in vain to resist Germany's occupation of their country, were in fact the "good guys", and that those fellow German citizens who were in Poland as part of the Wehrmacht and the Waffen SS were in fact the "bad guys".

May this be a lesson for us all.

Go in Peace:-)

The Peace Lizard

3/19/2007 11:58:00 AM  
Blogger khalid jarrar said...

Naddoosh, Jenny

Thank YOU guys for steeping by!

majId

9ar9oor y3a`6ak.

Akkadia dear,
lets hope that the morak of this story isnt that the goverment will come after me after writting this post, Matigari is fiction but unfortunately i am not! :D

Skizm

*blushing*
thanks dear:)


3EERAQIMEDIC,

la 3ab 7algich:)


Faiza Al-Arj,

Wooohaa!
now people get embarrased when their mothers read their blogs, but not me people, who cant not be proud when he has a mother like mine?:D
welcome here mom, you enlightened the place!:D

PeaceLizard,

"I know that this is a horrible position for an individual like myself who is still (technically) an "American citizen""

NOT AT ALL. not at all, this is the position of any just and decent American. yout country is being horrible to the world and its the mroal obligation of everyone to be as brave as you are and adapt this position.
we should hold responsibility when we have to.
i salute you *raising hat*

3/19/2007 07:46:00 PM  
Blogger khalid jarrar said...

Naddoosh, Jenny

Thank YOU guys for steeping by!

majId

9ar9oor y3a`6ak.

Akkadia dear,
lets hope that the morak of this story isnt that the goverment will come after me after writting this post, Matigari is fiction but unfortunately i am not! :D

Skizm

*blushing*
thanks dear:)


3EERAQIMEDIC,

la 3ab 7algich:)


Faiza Al-Arj,

Wooohaa!
now people get embarrased when their mothers read their blogs, but not me people, who cant not be proud when he has a mother like mine?:D
welcome here mom, you enlightened the place!:D

PeaceLizard,

"I know that this is a horrible position for an individual like myself who is still (technically) an "American citizen""

NOT AT ALL. not at all, this is the position of any just and decent American. yout country is being horrible to the world and its the mroal obligation of everyone to be as brave as you are and adapt this position.
we should hold responsibility when we have to.
i salute you *raising hat*

3/19/2007 07:47:00 PM  
Blogger onix said...

Okay, but how about I try to skip formalitys...?
Obviously i am sad, unspeakable something.incomprehendible,( gets you mad).

I find this situation is shizofrenic too: If they can take the oil?, irak can start ignoring the occupation...?? perhaps.

I told people 3 or 4 (5?) years ago US cs. would not leave before an essential part of the oil was gone, since that is what happened in the gulf of vietnam (told it the day i noticed).

Vietnam was so often mentioned 2002-2003 , even the usian government will have considered the paralel.
(nominally not only because of me..,also because of the oil)

The fact is people want to be fooled. It does not matter if it is the burka , or bush apreciable ethics that his woman (at least;) beat him before he called her a c**t.
(he still 'invented' wmd's, and loves her(somewhat),'cute')

People wanted (much like bush) to be fooled because not the psychology of even PTSD would allow them to realise what is real.

Very egocentric, perhaps, in voicing equality however: people are pretty similar everywhere , only human.

3/19/2007 08:08:00 PM  
Blogger Rambling Hal said...

Hi... :)

And WOW!

Was reading some of your other posts and it sounds like you have amazing parents. Just wanted to point that out!

Reading your blog showed me how honoured I am that you stopped by my own, silly little blog. Thanks!

3/19/2007 08:14:00 PM  
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3/19/2007 08:39:00 PM  
Anonymous Melissa said...

Khalid I am sad to say I must agree with you. Even today I heard CNN news talking about "tens of thousands" of Iraqi civilians killed in the last four years, EH??!!! Try half a million, bozos! They refuse to recognize what they have done to Iraq and the only thing that makes an impact on them is their own dead. I don't believe the motives of the Democrats are any more pure than the motives of the warmonger Republicans, they just see popular disenchantment with the war as a route to political power. And you are right, if Americans weren't dying in Iraq then very few in the US would be arguing for withdrawal - the toll in Iraqi lives means nothing to them. This is a very sad conclusion but I'm afraid it's true. I don't know if most humans are like this, or just Americans, but mostly the people I meet only care about their own lives and can't be bothered to concern themselves with the lives of others, they bask in the bliss that ignorance brings. Sometimes I wish I could be like that too, but my heart bleeds for the Iraqi people every day and I can't turn away, I feel like doing that would make me complicit in this great crime.

My best as always to you and your amazing mother.

3/20/2007 03:15:00 AM  
Anonymous Paraiah said...

I'm sorry, I can't agree with Melissa or others here. This doesn't sound like your voice to me, it sounds like someone who has been edited and fed by manipulative others, and that makes me madder then war.

I believe some of your pains are caused because you see the world in terms of sides, more then you once did.

You have allowed others to make an emotional battlefield of the one place you had left for peace. You can overcome that, you are still young and have much that others don't.

Stick to non-violent protest, learn a martial art to protect yourself and to express your physical angst before you harm yourself or others, stay away from weapons and distance yourself from anyone who suggests violent solutions.

If pleading for peace makes you feel helpless, stop pleading. You can work for peace, in peaceful ways, without making a beggar of your heart.

3/20/2007 02:49:00 PM  
Blogger khalid jarrar said...

i wanna comment on the comments when i have a chance, but i just couldnt help commenting on Paraiah now, Paraiah:
PULLEeeassse!

3/22/2007 11:58:00 AM  
Blogger أبو الليل said...

في القلب يا خالد

3/22/2007 07:35:00 PM  
Blogger khalid jarrar said...

Ablo illel 3indina?????

ya mar7aba ya mar7aba!

abo illeel il 3azeez! sharraft betak o ma6ra7ak ya kbeer :D

o fi il 2alb inta o ma9r wallahi yabo illel, tislam 2eedak ya ba6al.

:D

3/22/2007 09:11:00 PM  
Blogger تمر حنه said...

Khalid, it doesn’t seem here that I agree with you, it seems to me that you are o’er Pessimistic, may be too nostalgic , too.

USA armies will soon drive home irreversibly.
From my point pf view, United States made a mistake in depth in the study of Iraqi societies and its multi-ethnic groups ,these societies have composite fabric, but USA had an eye only on Iraq’s geological characteristics , a mistake that really will result in unfavorable consequences( which is obvious now).

But there is great confusion now within USA administration, it is still fluctuating between two places by pushing for military solution and to increase troops , then talk that there is only political solution for what is happening, that I think will take place by help of moderate parties .

Then let me say, we can not put all of what is happening in Iraq today, and hang it on the peg of the mistakes of the United States of America completely, the Iraqi citizenship and identity of the Iraqi civilian was under authoritarian regime and the regime of Saddam Hussein, and when the decay of multiple power installations racial happens, ethnic conflicts take place normally. So let’s consider this black era as a transitional stage towards real democracy in Iraq and in the whole region , too.

Slamet 2albak ya Khaled, w slamet 2alb all Iraqis , all that we ought to do now is to pray for Allah Al Ra7man Al Ra7im to end this Catastrophe by his own will and b baraket saydna Mohamed w Al al Bayet.
Regards,,

3/23/2007 02:13:00 AM  
Blogger Rhiannon said...

heh heh heh heh heh heh heh......


YUP! Let's get those dojos into Iraq!! C'mon all you iraqi children step lightly, and most expeditiously into that great good night of karate chops and kung fu high kicks!

Hell YEAH! That's the trick.

Never mind the bombs, those karate chops will come in handy...

Never mind sniper shootings and assassinations of innocent families and children, kung fu will take care of that.....

Never mind that a study of New York City rapes was done many years ago (the 80s I believe)...that women who know black belt karate can still suffer at the hands of a rapist, and having the skill of karate can only ward off an attack by about 50% of the time certainly not more than that....

Yes, never mind the surprise attack of a street fighter, not to mention a rapist...their style of fighting is quite different....

Never mind gang rapes......

Never mind the adrenalized, frenzied machinations of a career sociopathic criminal, it's all in a days work....

Never mind about the element of surprise.....bait and switch....COVETING....

And what about starvation and lack of medicine?

Well nothing like a toned/sleek fighting machine of a child's body to take care of all that...

How about bionic boys and girls, anyone?

How about robocop children, anyone?

Imagine what we can do for this boy.........

http://civillibertarian.blogspot.com/2007/03/million-deaths-in-iraq.html

Damn! The silly boy missed his dojo lessons! Shame!

3/23/2007 04:00:00 AM  
Blogger onix said...

what i hate is we are left in the dark. Not only the casualty report of the un.. that in my opinion is euphemistic. Not only amnesty that whines over mugabe and cuba, but says nothing over menawi. There is also afghanistan, other african dictators, unclear situation in us-allied arab nations. Uncertainty over the faith of a lot of palestineans, utter insecurity over what actually happened in lebanon and somalia.. its the fog of war.
So when i make a wrong conclusion, or to easily criticise forgive me.

The people (of iran, lebanon, irak afghanistan eg., somalia perhaps) hardly have a voice. Often you have to get your ideas over how a population feels from just 1 or 2 sources, And many subjects are still partly taboo.

(colonialism, womans rights, and the white upperclass exploitation of this planets resources eg.)

I had a strange night, i kept waking up thinking: but shouldn't people realise things themselves? why should i voice these obvious facts? I still dont really have an answer.

Don't let it get to you though, it has always been like this, and only a worldwide change of mentality will open up matters.

Be it in irak or anywhere else on the world. (thats my foggy impression of what sticks behind)

3/23/2007 05:13:00 AM  
Blogger Bruno said...

Hi Khalid. Excellent post, I liked it a lot. Your English is better every time, I swear.

3/23/2007 06:12:00 AM  
Blogger Konfused Kid said...

Well, you're only hitting half the truth, in my opinion.

"God doesn't help a just nation..."

Like Iraq is a just nation...a lot of the Iraqis i know, drink, dance, fuck, and then go to the mosque for Friday. In fact, God's wrath might be on Iraq more than the USA those days, don't you think?

The problem is not only in America, but is in Iraq, and the stupid mentality that urges to kill first and ask questions NEVER, which is the mentality of the whole middle east those days.

3/23/2007 11:09:00 AM  
Blogger Rhiannon said...

My God kid you are BRILLIANT! I think you have the answer.

Such over-generalization that about the hypocricies of humans. Aw gee. Shock and surprise!!!

Dance, fuck, and then go to the mosque for Friday. WOW!

Well damn those hypocritical Iraqi children! May they live in the damnation of hellsfire for all eternity, they can become like little Jesus Christs and DIE for our sins!

Just like the North American children die at the hands of pedophiles, those stupid sinning children, fucking and dancing and then going to prayers on Sunday!

Oh, those heathens, those Katrina "victims"!

And let's not forget the victims of 9-11! Dancing and fucking on the weekend, going to church on Sunday.....God just couldn't stand it anymore. He smashed them good the following Tuesday, didn't He?



Such filth and blasphemy!

Thanx Kid for waking us up.

3/23/2007 03:14:00 PM  
Blogger khalid jarrar said...

Woooohaaaaaaaaa!

Kid dear, i dont know why everytime you say somethign i jump out and sound like i wanna eat you alive. but seems to me that its because you actually deserve it.

are you out of your mind? were you even sobur when you write this?

first: whats the relation between just nation and people fucking and dancing? thats called hypocracy if you have to call it anything, but its nto even that, i will talk about that in a bit. but what i know that it has nothing to do with just nations thing, just nation is when the govemrnet is just and treats its people in the world in a just way, and i cant understand what the hell is the relation between that and fucking and dancing, what the hell!

kill first and ask questions later? where did you come wiht that brilliant statemtn that this si the mentality of all the middle east? i dont know a single person with that mentality, there are there somewhere i know, but they are so so rare and not the general case by all means obvsily since me, a guy involved in this iraqi issue and religion and mosques in iraq and jordan etc, dont know a single person with these specifications, that means its not everywhere in the ME at all now doesnt it?

and why the hell everytime someone says somethign about the occupation, you jump out of nowhere, unthanked, without an invitation, to point out that its not the occupations fault at all but the Iraqis fault actually? your statements come all the time, all the time like they are directed by the white house, whenever there is an issue where the occupation did somethign you jump and justify it and accuse iraqis, how many times did that happen in the iraqi bloggers mailing group? many times!!

from now on, i am goign to start calling you the anti iraqi kid.

and as for those, your fucking and dancing enemies, well, its alright at least they go to the mosque and maybe ask for forgiveness for their sins, after all all of us are sinners, starting with myself, and a sinner that asks for god's forgiveness is definately better than one that doesnt,dont you think?

just work that machine inside yoru skull, before you work the one inside yoru mouth, for godness sake. walla la33abit.ha il nafsi, kalamak ykhazi o 3abalak 3ado lil 3iraqiyyeen, and your statements are like paid western propoganda, ALWAYS steering the discussion away of a certain crime of the occupation to some irrilevant bad thign done by iraqis, shame on you, shame on you, you should be ashamed of yourself.

3/23/2007 06:08:00 PM  
Blogger khalid jarrar said...

Tamr 7inna!!!

ya ahlan ya ahlan! nawwarti il 7itta ya hanim wallahi, ana law kont 2a3raf konti farasht il bisa6 il 2a7mar min zaman! :D

"USA armies will soon drive home irreversibly"

you bet they will, but thanks to the hell their lives became due to the resitance work, and i believe that if it wasnt the case, they would want to stay for ever.

"So let’s consider this black era as a transitional stage towards real democracy in Iraq and in the whole region , too."

I understand that, but unless the occupation leaves, there wont be any chance to start moving out of that phase.


"all that we ought to do now is to pray for Allah Al Ra7man Al Ra7im ..."

Allahooma ameen!

nawwartil i makan ya hanim:))

3/23/2007 06:13:00 PM  
Blogger khalid jarrar said...

rhiannon! :)

"YUP! Let's get those dojos into Iraq!!"

ummm for some reason i didnt get this comment at all! sorry! sounds like you meant to post it in another blog maybe?!

3/23/2007 06:15:00 PM  
Blogger khalid jarrar said...

rhiannon again:)

"My God kid you are BRILLIANT! I think you have the answer."

dear God i am afraid he thinks so!

3/23/2007 06:17:00 PM  
Blogger khalid jarrar said...

Rambling hal! :D

cute rambling hal, the honour is mine dear, you have an addictive blog, and a so-cute parents :D

thanks for stopping by! :D

3/23/2007 06:19:00 PM  
Blogger khalid jarrar said...

Bruno!!
man you are so late i am mad with you!
:D

english is better everytime? you think that tooo? :D
hehehe

thanks a lot brother, maybe its because i post once every 12 years so i really am getting enough time to improve my language between posts?;)

3/23/2007 06:21:00 PM  
Blogger khalid jarrar said...

Melissa :D

thanks so much for your comment and very nice words:D

3/23/2007 06:22:00 PM  
Blogger khalid jarrar said...

Onix, give me a bit of time:D to re-read and reply for your two comments my friend:)

3/23/2007 06:23:00 PM  
Blogger Rhiannon said...

"Stick to non-violent protest, learn a martial art to protect yourself and to express your physical angst before you harm yourself or others....."

Khalid, I believe the person's name is perry or perriere (whatever)......those are his words above. perriere's post is several before mine. I'm simply stating that Iraq needs dojos - a place to learn karate and other martial arts - since perry deems it important for Iraq.

Hee! KHALID...doncha get me?

:-) :-) :-)

3/23/2007 06:52:00 PM  
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3/23/2007 07:16:00 PM  
Blogger khalid jarrar said...

ohhhhhh
THAT!!

hehehehehe now i got it, so funny hehehehhe:D

3/23/2007 07:25:00 PM  
Blogger Konfused Kid said...

Okay.
First, I must say that I am issuing my own opinion with respect, for you, I have nothing personal with you and I never had. We may differ on our opinions but that must be entirely separated from who we are as human beings, I love my people and my religion very much, but I also wish to help it, and just damnedly repeating cliches about American 'pigs' isn't helping habibi. We must pinpoint our own illnesses and diseases and work towards solving them.
I said you are hitting half the truth, which means yes sure America have played a great deal and I completely agree, but I also must say that Iraqis have played a great deal in their own destruction, the problem is by and large Iraqi first today. Yes Americans were arrogant and made some stupid decisions which helped bring this, but you should never underestimate the brain-dead Islamic fundies on either side, or the Baathists gung-ho on Arab glory, or the millions of brainwashed masses who simply have no role model that they made one out of a bloodthirsty tyrant simply because he defied America. You on the other hand, habibi, are quick to label me as an agent, paid propaganda dude or whatever cliches you have in your store. You are not respecting me, but I am not like you, I am not quick to label and insult people. I never claimed I have answers, I am just stating opinions. My opinion about Iraqis (and Arabs) is that they are not really religious, yes they mean good, but they are not Islamic, and they are as likely a candidate for the wrath of God as any nation, at least a lot of people in America don't believe in God, so they're not bullshitting hypocrites like we are.

I believe in God, I consider myself a Good Muslim, and I care for my religion. I do not wish to see it distroted by people who keep on babbling about American and Zionism, eventually demonizing that and in the end, voila, an excuse to kill people is ready at hand. There is a 'wassatiya' between the two extremes. Your direction is clearly on that. I was not exactly shoehorning Iraqis in that label of dancers/fuckers, what I am trying to say is that your generalization of America in that Arabic quote your just said can work either way.

Okay habibi? If someone doesn't think the way you do, don't just shut him up, at least try to respect his opinion.

That said, I still want to meet you. you seem like I could have a very interesting conversation with ya, and I could use some religious pals, I want to have 'al suhba al hassana', since i'm kinda new to being a religion-abiding fella.

Salams and Hope I didn't bother y'all.

3/23/2007 08:28:00 PM  
Blogger khalid jarrar said...

Kiddo:)

man, first i totally dont agree that i am making fast labeling to you, not at all, i al labeling you after numerious times of you making this exact thing: in the midst of a disaster done by the occupation, you jump in, and start talking about irrelivant facts that are bad thigns iraqis do. in a completely irrilivant place to that. seems completely, in each one of these times, like you are trying to drag the attention away of what the occupation does, and pin the crime on iraqis, every single time, in the many many emails that iraqi bloggers exchange int he bloggers maling list, which makes the facts you say, even if some or most of them are true, look like a vile attempt to distract people of looking at the original subject. remember when Miraj was telling us how the american army raided her counsins house and destroyed the furnature and insulted everyone? and then you jump in and say: iraqi national guards do really bad crimes too. see what i mean? iraqi national guars are utterly horrible, but mentioning this info in that context makes you look utterly bad and makes you look like you are promoting a bile agenda.
jsut like everything you said here: the masses that dont follow islam in the right way, which is coreect, people that do sins, which is correct, problems created by iraqis, which is correct with consevations, all are facts or can be debated and to some what accepted, but mentioning them in the middle of people talking about the fourth year of occupation and how the troops should leave iraq and end the occupation, sounds totally evil, and like its a mere attempt of distracting people of the original point: an illegal occupation needs to leave the country.
see what i mean brother?

and i have made my objections to what you do, this way of intervention you make, numerous times in the mailing list in the most diplomatic way, and then a bit harsh way, and you either are not comprehensing what am talking and have no idea where your participations in debate lead, or its that you are not listening to me, so now you are back to doing the same really unpleasent way of participation in my blog this time, and i wont allow it, sorry. this is not the other half of the story at all, not even related, not even relivent, we are not talking about what lead to what and who did what and who started the bar fight, we are talking about a full complete story of an army that is occupying a country, there is no other half for it.

and i am so sorry if i offended you. and i wish you nothing but every good thing. and i would love to meet you whenever possible, and ad3eelak bil thabat o il 9o7ba il 9ali7a, you know we talked before abotu meeting and i didnt make it in the first time and you didnt make it int he second time, the third time inthalla it will work and we will both make it and actually meet:)

apologies again if i was rude, please forgive me.

3/23/2007 09:28:00 PM  
Blogger Majed Jarrar said...

a5ooooooooooooooor

:)

I know that more comments make you happier, so here's a comment from me.

a comment.

3/23/2007 10:29:00 PM  
Anonymous the spiral staircase said...

konfused kid, for the record, the zionists and USA soldiers doing their (the neocon-zionist) bidding are on Iraqi land, INVADING Iraqi people, their resources, their lives illegally. I l l e g a l l y.

There is no such thing as saying it's the American's fault and the Iraqi's fault. The Americans had no right to invade in the first place, and have been committing war crimes perpetually. Iraq never touched a head on an American, and look what's happening to Iraq.

Forget it. This is not a war. It's a travesty of a "war", if you will, a genocide, the playing field is so uneven.......Iraqi children and women are the highest casualties. On the other side you have a few American soldiers in comparison. This is such aa cruel unending sickness that leaves me wondering if you understand the situation at all, that perhaps your comprehension is completely limited.

The playing field is far from even or equal!

Therefore the fault lays sorely on the side of the military power which is America.

Remember Vietnam. This is 15 times worse.


{"I do not wish to see it distroted by people who keep on babbling about American and Zionism, eventually demonizing that and in the end, voila, an excuse to kill people is ready at hand."}

People who keep on babbling about the Americans and Zionism? Well who do you think is to blame? An excuse to kill people? Well who started this holocaust of Iraqi life to begin with?

I can see that all this talk is upsetting your desire for equilibrium, but this is an ugly and horrifying sickness gripping Iraq and your desire for equilibrium has been put on hold whether you like it or not.

I can see how balance is key in your mental attitude about the situation. Maybe another time, another life, my friend.

In Iraq, God and the Prophets are weeping. The dead are taken quickly out of their fear and pain, that's the best news I have to offer. The rest of Iraq is plainly the living dead.

This is definetly no time to turn something like this monsterously grotesque "war" into something symmetrical and sane, nor appease our tired and weary souls regarding all this darkness.

Now let me ask you some very big and important questions:

What the devil are you talking about when you talk like this?:

{"My opinion about Iraqis (and Arabs) is that they are not really religious, yes they mean good, but they are not Islamic, and they are as likely a candidate for the wrath of God as any nation, at least a lot of people in America don't believe in God, so they're not bullshitting hypocrites like we are."}


Iraqis ARE Arabs.

The Wrath of God?
Who are you to speak for God?
A lot of American People don't believe in God?
Which ones?
Iraqis aren't really religious?
Which ones?
Do you realize that if you said to an American that you consider them not religious, have you any idea the nasty response YOU would receive?


I don't think that you are a paid agent at all. Just tragically uninformed like so many people around the world - you are just one of legions, and your vision is extremely narrow.

3/24/2007 01:23:00 AM  
Blogger annie said...

hey, incredible post, thanks , i must stop by more often. i like your commenters too.

ah, where to begin. for the record, many americans do not believe in god. imho, there is nothing wrong w/this. what is wrong is people who say they believe in god and do ungodly things, and i am not talking about dancing or having sex (god must think sex is very good, no?), i am talking about horrendous death and destruction to root out 'evil' in the name of a god, a god that in supposed to be about love.

so it is not americans who do not believe in god who are the hypocrites, it is those that believe in some god that sends out little soldiers in his name to kill innocent people for the greed, there are the hypocrites. it is people who complain about islam fanatics who are the curse of the world while excusing the curse of thei billions of dollars of modern arms marching in gods name and this is not fanativs? or better christian fanatics? out to save the holyland for judeo/christians?

ooh. whatever. the thing about saying america this and america that is , we are so varied. but i agree, most people just want to crash out on the couch at the end of the day and watch american idol and not think about whose is suffering in our/my name.

every day, evert hour, thru the night, 4 years now i do not ever not think about iraq. mostly i imagine individuals, special people, separate people just like me, going thru their day and suffering because maniacs controling my country make decisions, i wish i wish i wish, we can feel some of the suffering, enough to make it stop. one drop of blood in my name is too much.

i have a lot of faith in iraq, in iraqis, i have no doubt if america were invaded, occupied, tortured, psyops, all of it, you would see hell here.

anyway, thank you

3/24/2007 03:04:00 AM  
Blogger Rhiannon said...

Well people can be hypocrites whether they believe in God or not. They do terrible things and do wonderful things whether they believe in God or not.

I agree, there is nothing necessarily wrong with not believing in God, while I myself, most comfortably, not just believe there is God, I know there is God, I have no doubts. I have no problem with people who don't believe in God. I have a problem with people who have jaded and mean-spirited intentions with actions that may follow. Period. I don't care what religion they were born into. What religion they lost or found, converted to, and/or are born again.......or that they have completely walked away from religion forever.

To not believe in God does not hurt God at all. God does not depend on our belief in Him/Her/Whatever Force this may be......

God will exist, just like our heart beats tens of thousands of beats per day......the electrical pulses communicating between the brain and a zillions cells per minute at the same time..... the moon's pull on the earth's waters affecting climate and moods......... the raging ice storms and lightening bolts in Jupiter's Great Red Spot for 300 years now......obviously we are continually unaware, and it doesn't matter, they exist anyway.

God does not belong to, or reside in any church, synagogue, or mosque...

God is as close as our breath......are we aware?

It doesn't matter.

All that matters is our intentions and actions regarding each other in this world.

Really, that's all that matters, because that's what we take with us when we die.

3/24/2007 07:11:00 AM  
Blogger Konfused Kid said...

@ Khalid:

The reason why I was so adamant about answering to those things is because I'm sick of it, you're all making a fuss out of the wrong problem, I'm sick of people whining about the 'occupation' because as for the moment it's not true, ask any Iraqi LIVING INSIDE IRAQ right now and he'll tell you, no self-respecting Iraqi who wishes to see his country become better wants Americans to leave, even the Islamic Party now wants them in now! I don't love them staying there, if you remember I started the whole anti-ITM thing a while back, but I have no choice either. You have left in 2005, things became different now, do you want us to be left at the mercy of people who blow up kids and people praying inside mosques? or people who put you in a shish kebab at the front yard of your parents? THOSE are not Americans, they are poor, hungry, unfed Iraqis. The only people who keep on saying this at this stage are crazy people with dreams about glory like Muqtada al-Sadr or Harith al-Dhari. Maybe Americans better leave because they're not make a big difference, but still, i won't rely on our gung-ho Iraqis yet.

as for spiral staircase, i am sure you are not an iraqi or you have never lived there for some time, so i am going to automatically ignore you.

3/24/2007 08:49:00 AM  
Blogger khalid jarrar said...

Kiddo i have to add i just remembered:

its not true that Americans dont think of themselves as religious, in the matter of fact a servey i read shows that about 80% of amerians think of themselves as religios, and unfortunately religion has been used among other things as a way to promote this war too and the whole "war on terror" thing.

i reall have terrible stories to narrate here of what people that conside themselves religios int he states do, but iw otn because it would be rude and offend the other believers that dont do horrible things specialy that there are people here also that consider hemselves religious and do horrible things. so it goes both ways really.

3/24/2007 08:51:00 AM  
Blogger khalid jarrar said...

Kiddo, i think you are looking at the wrong direction and adressing the wrong issues, in a wrong time, my personla opinion. and no, you dont qualify and you dont have the righ to make the judgment "no self-respecting Iraqi who wishes to see his country become better wants Americans to leave" speak of yourself, cause surveys show that the very majority of iraqis want US to leave, majortiy of MPs too want tht (they are nto agreed on the timing only, not the principal, sonna and shee3a and kurds that is, since i am in touch) and i know thigns change continsuly, thats why i keep conection with people inside on daily bases to know whats hapeneing.
it amazes me that you fail to see that the whole mess is a direct result of the occupation, even the iraqi-iraqi mess, it amazes me how you fail to see that.

and, you demanded before that i respect your opinion, and i do but i dont agree with it, i show respect by answring to what you say (doesnt mean i show no-respect to those i dont answer:P:P:P you know guys i dont have time:) ) so you cant just say: you didnt live in iraq so i will ignire you.
i think the questions raised by staricase are important and i hope you address them.

staircase, in the iraqi slang, when you say "arab" it means non-iraqi arabs. kiddo translated that into english by mistake, but he didnt mean that iraqis are nto arab by all means i am sure:D

and kiddo yes its right, you were the one that started the anti ITM campaign and you get credit for that for sure.

3/24/2007 09:03:00 AM  
Blogger khalid jarrar said...

annie,
thanks a million you are so kind. and i agree with you totally with what you said.

oh and, no God thinks sex is good, its sex outside marriage that isnt, i guess that explaination was lost somewhere in the translation :D

you know what's ajr? alrigth let me try to explain: if you do a sin you take sayyi2at, which is like bad points in your records, and if you do good deeds you get rewarded with ajr, that is hasanat, which are the good points if i may call them, and you are supposed to make as good points in your life as possible cause thats the oln ything you are taking with you after death: your good and bad points right? (Well its a more complicated concept but this the basic understading of it) and what i am trying to say is: did you know that in islam if you have sex with your wife you get hasanat?(good points?) the prophet said that, and compaians were a bit surprised and they asked how come? and the prophet pbuh said, well, wiht my loose translation: well, dont you see that if he slept with someoen else he would have got sayyi2at? (bad points) so also for sleeping with his wife he gets hasanat!
bad bad translation khalid. but point proven: God doesnt think sex is bad at all:D, in muslims belief i mean.

3/24/2007 09:13:00 AM  
Blogger khalid jarrar said...

sorry let me correct that:

"oh and, no, god thinks sex is good, its sex outside marriage that isnt, i guess that explaination was lost somewhere in the translation :D"

amazing the power of punctuations!

3/24/2007 09:16:00 AM  
Blogger khalid jarrar said...

"To not believe in God does not hurt God at all. God does not depend on our belief in Him.Whatever Force this may be......
God will exist, just like our heart beats tens of thousands of beats per day......the electrical pulses communicating between the brain and a zillions cells per minute at the same time..... the moon's pull on the earth's waters affecting climate and moods......... the raging ice storms and lightening bolts in Jupiter's Great Red Spot for 300 years now......obviously we are continually unaware, and it doesn't matter, they exist anyway.
God does not belong to, or reside in any church, synagogue, or mosque...
God is as close as our breath......are we aware?
It doesn't matter.
All that matters is our intentions and actions regarding each other in this world.
Really, that's all that matters, because that's what we take with us when we die"

damn right rhiannon, you are so damn right.

well in Arabic we refer to God as he, because in arabic the form he doesnt imply a gender, we dont have an "it" in arabic, its usually a "he" and it doesnt imply a gender, and if you say "she" then it definately means a female. since God didn't discribe himself as either, let's leave it it the genderless form when we talk about him:)

3/24/2007 09:23:00 AM  
Blogger khalid jarrar said...

See kiddo what happeend, look at the last...5? 6? 7? comments now we are all tlking about hypocracy and religion, which is totally not the subject of this post and not what it was meant for people to concentrate on in thikra il fourth year of occupation.
this is what i meant, its valuable subject of course but its just not our subject!
thats what i was talking about when i said that your writtings change the direction of debate away of the main and important point of the moment.

3/24/2007 09:40:00 AM  
Blogger Rhiannon said...

You're right, khalid. God does not have gender. :-) :-) God is a Force, a Being beyond our comprehension. We say "He" for convenience sake - and that is good enough for me. I actually get annoyed with some women who demand that "She" should be entered into the equation where concerning God. So I guess I slipped in deference to them. Heh heh heh. It's not a contest! I find it a nitpicking debate that isn't worth time or space. Really, all you women who don't like the "HE" for God. It's not a big deal.
:-)
__________________________________

Kid, I don't like your attitude at all. You sound like the ridiculous APOSTATE-HYPOCRITE, Irshad Manji.

3/24/2007 02:26:00 PM  
Blogger تمر حنه said...

Chapeau, Annie >>>>

3/24/2007 06:29:00 PM  
Blogger khalid jarrar said...

annie taqdimat ma7alat tamr 7inna o shoraka2ha? :D

3/24/2007 07:00:00 PM  
Blogger annie said...

ah, i wish i spoke your language i could follow all the comments ;)

thank you khalid for your nice comment.

not be be one who changes the subject again but i wanted to comment once more about this america religious thing. rhiannon, i totally agree w/the points you make.

'people can be hypocrites whether they believe in God or not. '

when i said "what is wrong is people who say they believe in god and do ungodly things" i should have been clearer to say that all over the world in every religion most people who believe in god are not fanatics and do not do ungodly things. certainly that is the case in the US also, as most people are anti war and most people believe in god.

the reason i think religion is relevant to the conversation is because the vacum in leadership that was allowed to form as a result of the illegal invasion (led by and supported by religious fanatics) was filled by religious fanatics. and the new government was filled w/sectarian preference. yet who gains? the oil and empirialist demons.

also, we have palestine. again we see political genocide supported by the excuse of religion (zionism) to further an agenda of land and resource theft.

the proposed map of 'the new middle east' (which can be viewed on the US airforce website)is all divided by regions based on religious divisions. for the purpose of divide and conquer. each religion has its fanatics and those people are being used to further the chaos. it is not a mistake, it is a calculated tactic imho.

at least in the minds of people like myself who who think the civil war was part of an agenda from the start. re neocon ledeen .. cauldronize faster please,etc.

there is constant demonizing of islam in the msm press here trying to scar people into thinking the middle east is primarily filled w/fanatics. most of us aren't that stupid.

3/24/2007 08:21:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

this is a horrible thing to say. Death to the Iraqis.

3/26/2007 01:11:00 PM  
Anonymous the spiral staircase said...

(sigh)

Well every now and then we will get the zionists and crater-brained christian zionists who will post idiotic things like that above me - 3/26/2007 01:11:00 PM.


They will either say stupid things like "death to Americans" or "death to Iraqis".........just so they can stir the pot and cause disension and hatred between people.


This is what has been going on in Iraq for 5 years. The people there have been purposely divided just so they can hate and kill each other - the sole purpose of the Neocon-zionist REGIME. Wolfowitz, Cheney, Feith, Wurmser, Perle, Dov Zackheim, Larry Silverstein must be so proud of themselves.......
They want the oil and resources of Iraq - therefore more military bases. They can't leave the Iraqi people alone to take care of matters for themselves just like they can't leave the Palestinian people alone - No. No, this would not serve their purposes at all. These hateful zionists and their supporters have to take matters into their own hands and "take care" of the people of Iraq. Naturally, in the form of coffins and vast gravesides for children, ever on the increase.

What would the Americans do if this was happening to them?

Hey Konfused. I see you have repeated yourself. You brought nothing new to the table. So you are 21 years old and you live in Jordan. You would presume to think that I know nothing of what I speak because I reside in N.A. and have never been to Iraq. Speaking of hypocrisy, you live in a country that takes a billion or so from the USA every year. Jordan is a friend to Israel. You represent your country's mentality spot on. The Americans have been dumbed and downed for 70 years, whereas Jordan is totally aware of what is going on between Palestine and Israel......Shame on you go to preaching.

3/26/2007 02:59:00 PM  
Blogger annie said...

Death to the Iraqis

well, thank you anon for perfectly demonstrating the global jihad mentality. it's people like yourself that are the threat to humanity.

this is a horrible thing to say

at least you know how ugly you are

3/26/2007 05:49:00 PM  
Blogger fatima said...

have not had time to check the site properly but i read your info in About ME and i already like you . my first impressions are always good .

3/27/2007 10:19:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Spiral: You are a dolt.

Konfused Kid LIVES IN IRAQ.

3/27/2007 02:16:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

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3/28/2007 12:03:00 AM  
Anonymous Debbie said...

You are so right. As a American, I feel ashamed. How can you argue with the truth?

I am not proud to be a American. I am so sorry for what my country did to your country.

Debbie

3/28/2007 02:02:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"The sad, hurtful truth, is that the one and only thing that works, and will work, is to cause the greatest harm possible to the American army in Iraq and other occupied countries, so much to the points that the politicians, the MPs that vote for the country budget, the media that are all facilitating the continuity of this occupation, are so afraid of the reaction of the other Americans, the good Americans, and believe that they will seriously kill them if they don't stop that occupation, only at that point, the occupation will end."

That is a wrong strategy. It is the strategy that has been tried and failed by the Iraqi insurgents or "freedom fighters" or whatever you want to call them this whole time, and it will never work. All of the Iraqis put together simply are not capable of inflicting enough harm on the United States to accomplish your plan. You simply are not capable of FORCING America to bend to your will, so stop trying or you will break yourselves against it like a ship banging against the rocks.

The only answer is for the Iraqis, ALL the Iraqis, to submit. Once you do, we will leave. None of us wants to be there, but we must stay until the insurgency is destroyed, and a stable, democratic government is in place. That is really all we want, and once we get it, we will leave. Stopping the resistence and submitting to our will may be highly distasteful to you, but it is the only way you have to make things better immediately. You are a defeated nation, so stop acting so proud, and start acting more submissively, and things will get better.

Or don't. If you are too proud to submit, then fight, but know that fighting is YOUR choice and it will lead only to ever greater suffering, that will make the conditions now seem like heaven. The choice is up to YOU. The power is in IRAQI hands, not the hands of the Congress or Americans.

Swallow your pride, take responsibility for your own situation, use your brain for thinking, and do what is necessary to improve the conditions of your country, even though it hurts your pride.

3/28/2007 06:00:00 PM  
Blogger تمر حنه said...

EBN AL JARRAR
Ana awel marra ashouf Annie hena, el bet 3a2la w kalamha mosh battal>>
tetmassa bel 7'er

sis Tamr

3/28/2007 07:48:00 PM  
Anonymous Melissa said...

Ho, Anonymous 3/28 06:00 you could not be more totally wrong! It is the US that cannot succeed no matter how long they stay or what kind of manpower/firepower they throw in at this stage. Like grass rising through cement, the Iraqi people will eventually prevail, and the Americans will declare victory and leave.

3/29/2007 03:15:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Fine Melissa, if that is what you think, then fight and accept what happens win or lose. But if you really want to take that risk, you don't also get to complain when the other side wants to fight too and things don't go the way you wanted. Plus, if you lose, or if you suffer loses on your way to victory, those losses were caused by YOUR choice to fight instead of surrender.

3/29/2007 09:45:00 AM  
Blogger khalid jarrar said...

*That is a wrong strategy. It is the strategy that has been tried and failed by the Iraqi insurgents or "freedom fighters" or whatever you want to call them this whole time, and it will never work*

hahahhaah!!! reality punch to black your eye: it IS working!! incase you do live in this world, more and more of the coalition countries are taking their troops out of Iraq every year, more and more Americans are thinking that this is un unwinable war, more and more Americans are beliving that America is losing the war, other than the few thousand soldiers that has been killed, hundreds of thousand have been wounded, and 1 out of five of each and every American soldier that goes to iraq, get mental and psychological problems that very posibly will last for ever more and more Ameircna soldiers are commiting suicide, wether in Iraq out of fear or when they go back home out of guilt once they wake up and realise they they were killing Iraqi civillians, you have been defeated, and humilated in front of the world, with yoru big tanks and enormous battle ships, the iraqi resitance made a joke out of you, and the whole world is laughing behind your backs, and some are laughign in your face, the world knows what sort of unhuman brutal greedy moral-less army and govemrent you have, most of the world poppulation hate (you) and by (you) i mean americna people and not only the govemrnet unfrotunately, yoru govemtn and army did so bad to the point that it reflected on even the innoent people, Amerinca tourists have to pretend that they are Canadian so people dont show their hate and anger towards them, by all means, dreaming dude, you have been defeated, and i wish from all my heart, that you dont leave Iraq till you are completely military defeated just to break your arrogance and prevent you from harming the rest of the world, but i am afraid that you will run out of Iraq really soon, because of the pressure that the heroes in the Iraqi resistance made and are still making everyday.
if you have any doubt about any of the numbers or statistics i am talking about, i will embarrase you with a whole bunch of American-made statistics and studies. and just to show you what does heroes mean, and what kind of will they have, just so you see with your eyes the iamge of your defeat, how all your big weapons do you no good in the face of the simple poor Iraqi, watch this video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7HocsDkUUSE&eurl=http%3A%2F%2Ftruth%2Dabout%2Diraqis2%2Eblogspot%2Ecom%2F

There is an Iraqi satelite channel called Al Zawraa, puts videos like this continusly all the time, and i repeat and remind you: no regular army, in the histroy, ever managed to defeat a resistance. look at your Israeli friends for example, with their load of weapons AND YOUR load of weapons, 59 years of Palestinian resistance till now and counting. Iraqis are much more in numbers, much more well armed, and have long experience in wars, have much more access to more weapons and are inventing new weapons even, so frankly i wouldnt want to be in your shoes.


Tamr 7inna il 3azeeza,
wallahi mana fahim, ka2innk katabti ta3eeq innik inti illy 2addamti annie?! fee ta3leeq kan feeh anniee o sahm bi2ashar 3aleki, ana ma fhimtoosh 9ara7a, momkin law sama7ti ya abla tfahhimihooli? :D
nawwartil i ma6ra7 :D

3/29/2007 09:24:00 PM  
Blogger opit said...

I don't know if I can properly describe the poison to the mind that pours out on the American people in the name of news. If the Satan or the Devil believed in by some is not the 'Father of Lies' at work there today, then I will never know truth.
If those who think they are part of the 'church' could see what fools they are their wrath would be horrible indeed. So many are small-minded know nothings who are fed hate under the guise of learning truth and love and drown in it until there is no health of the mind left in them.
It is true many of them do not 'believe in God'. That a person does is something which is said so often by vile liars that it would be wrong to agree to it, if you thought people would then think these false prophets knew any good thing. Denying it may seem more just.
It is sad when a person trying for honesty of thought is first at pains to deflect garbage thrown at them.
You should understand that some churches teach no respect for the thoughts,hopes and dreams of others : just submission to 'revealed truth'.
Others have not forgotten their roots but do not seem to make the noise of the troublemakers.
In any case, theocracy has taken root. Brainwashing, cults, secret societies and such go in disguise and put on authority they were never meant to have, even in their courts and lawmaking.
Madness afflicts them and they afflict others, without charity. Recognizing this to be the case by them is so slow the disease is speeding them to a horrid condition in which they will suffer terribly as well.

3/30/2007 02:47:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"no regular army, in the histroy, ever managed to defeat a resistance."

The U.S. defeated the resistance of the Indians, as well as the resistance of the Mexicans in Texas and California, and the Japanese in WWII. The Romans defeated numerous resistances, and ruled for hundreds of years. Japan defeated the resistance in Okinawa. There are TONS of examples.

"look at your Israeli friends for example, with their load of weapons AND YOUR load of weapons, 59 years of Palestinian resistance till now and counting."

Yes, lets look at them. For decades, arabs have vowed to drive isreal into the sea, yet it is still there, living in relative prosperity. You, on the other hand, had better take a look at the Palestinians. Is that how you want your country to end up? Is that what you call victory? If it is, then you should trust me, you will be much better off accepting defeat.

"Iraqis are much more in numbers, much more well armed,"

More in numbers, yes. More well armed, you must be joking. In terms of arms, you are INFINITELY outgunned. We could wipe out the entire population of your country and you know it. So why make such an obviously false claim? Because your stubborn pride blinds you to the reality that you are already defeated. You are like the black knight in Monty Python's Holy Grail. It is this stubborn and misplaced pride in your military strength that has destroyed your country, and will only keep making things worse for you.

You really need to think about this and realize what you are up against. The United States did not pull out of Vietnam until 50,000 troops died. Your resistance is not capable of inflicting that level of casualties. We lost 292 THOUSAND troops in World War II (and killed MILLIONS of German and Japanese troops). You talk about your experiance and ability in war, but it is NOTHING compared to our experience and our ability. The small number of casualties your resistance has managed to inflict so far is NOT enough to deter us. The billions we have spent so far have not even made a dent in our economy. We still live in luxury compared to the rest of the earth. Yet you live with destruction all around you, and claim you are winning! Is that what you call victory?

I do not mean to gloat, but something must bring you back to reality before you smash yourselves to pieces against us like a ship running into a reef. WE are the rock, and Iraq is the fragile ship, not the other way around. PLEASE realize this before you completely destroy your country.

I do not wish to see Iraq destroyed even worse than it already is, so I hope you come to your senses soon.

3/30/2007 06:46:00 PM  
Blogger Rhiannon said...

The words of a zionist rapist:

"The only answer is for the Iraqis, ALL the Iraqis, to submit. Once you do, we will leave. None of us wants to be there, but we must stay until the insurgency is destroyed, and a stable, democratic government is in place. That is really all we want, and once we get it, we will leave. Stopping the resistence and submitting to our will may be highly distasteful to you, but it is the only way you have to make things better immediately. You are a defeated nation, so stop acting so proud, and start acting more submissively, and things will get better."

Words from the fanatical, narrow minded American who likes his RAPE and MURDERING easy. Just like those israeli "soldiers" murdering "bravely" those palestinian women and children. Just like those Chreestian zionists that support and demand all this SUBMISSION-HATRED-RAPE madness. Just like half of those usa soldiers whose hearts have been hardened by their israeli trainers [who else but the mossad] who have learned that it is a good thing, a positive action and an absolute must to kill, bomb and rape Iraq's women and children - that's the strategy.

Make those moderate Iraqis SUBMIT to our will. Go Go Go!

Assassinate, rape, bomb, torture, and murder. Teach and train the weak and desperate Iraqis to turn against their own people, for cash, for freedom, for status, for a future.

Now that's what I call "democracy". Good old fashioned "Abe Lincoln" democracy.

So you see, Khalid, the anonymous scum who is hung up on SUBMISSION, that is ITS roots, where IT comes from. The USA is the leading country of the highest number of rapes and murders in the world, annually.

America had a chance to be the world's beacon of light with its abundance of resources, and land of freedom and opportunity. Instead she screwed up so bad that "shameful" just doesn't come close.

3/31/2007 01:07:00 AM  
Blogger Rhiannon said...

"you are INFINITELY outgunned. We could wipe out the entire population of your country and you know it."

Oh Christ! I see this kind of hate-speech-garbage all the time. OF COURSE the USA could wipe out Iraq! You simply misunderstand....Khalid meant in terms of SPIRIT. Well I'm sure that put you in a zombie state of bafflement. While you're scratching the zits on your head, please, don't bother to try to figure it out. You won't.

Yeah, "israel" could just as easily wipe out the West Bank and Gaza. Let's also include Jordan, Lebanon, Syria, Egypt, Iraq, and Saudi Arabia. Now if little "israel" can do that.....imagine what the USA could do! Wonder of wonders!

"For decades, arabs have vowed to drive isreal into the sea, yet it is still there, living in relative prosperity"

You have got that backwards. It is "israel" and USA policies that have obviously vowed to drive Palestinians into the sea. Gettin' really tired of this over-the-top hollywood spin. After all, not one Arab leader ever said this. Not one. Don't even dare to bother to provide "proof", because this "drive-into-the sea" nonsense was made up by the zionist media propaganda industry....Ahmadinejad NEVER said those words. The media in all their power glory put those words into his mouth.

This is what a Muslim or Christian leader or even a Jewish leader gets when they try to put the facts out on the table: that "israel" has to stop its ongoing crimes against the Palestinians. A smear campaign is ensued until the people really believe the lie about that person.

This is what happened to Ahmadinejad. He brought up the Palestinian issue and had his reputation sullied by the media. .........and btw, "israel" is living the good life because of the USA tax dollars. YOUR tax dollars. "israel" is NOT a self-sustaining economy. It couldn't EVER survive to exist without approx. 6 billion, annually, coming from America. So all your boasting really does fall flat. There's nothing to be proud of here. Especially when "israel" wastes this money for bloodshed on its neighbours.

But let's get back to the issue of how little "israel" can wipe out the Middle East in, say, just a few months.

Why doesn't? Why doesn't little 'israel' just get it on?

Care to solve the mystery?

3/31/2007 01:50:00 AM  
Anonymous Paraiah said...

"PULLEeeassse!" what Khalid? I thought you were over begging. And I thought you weren't proposing to strangers as often these days either. Or maybe I am mistaken. You know, if anyone ever accepts, be sure to let us know, on your blog, and post photos of the wedding. Thanks.

Anyway, just dropped by to make an appearance. The type of appearance one makes when one is dropping by.

Ciao.

3/31/2007 10:04:00 AM  
Anonymous Paraiah said...

Majed (weeks ago on 3/23/2007 at 10:29:00)

Ditto. The pains I put myself too, and the names I invent...

3/31/2007 10:06:00 AM  
Anonymous Dojos for Iraq said...

Rhiannon, actually, that's an awfully good idea. Even better then a circus. Dojos. Fantastic. Cheap too. Cheaper then a circus.

I mean it, really. Khalid, what you need to do is, is get some Dojos into Iraq. I'm not being sarcastic here, I'm just bouncing off Rhiannon's flippant facetiousity. I can see some value in the notion.

I bet Rhiannon's kicking himself in the head right now, thinking about it. How could he have let his sarcasm be productive instead of being the un-marvelous smartypants comment he intended. Still, that's the way martial arts work, turn your opponents strength back on himself and watch him undo his own action...

3/31/2007 10:22:00 AM  
Anonymous Dojos for Iraq said...

Rhiannon, I just read further down after your sarcastic comments about Dojos, and have to say, you are a propagandist of the worst sort. Primarily, because you aren't convincing anyone. I don't exactly see hoards of people joining in to agree with you.

3/31/2007 10:39:00 AM  
Anonymous Dojos for Iraq said...

I mean, Rhiannon. You made up excuses for Ahmadinejad.

To borrow a phrase, PUHleeease.

3/31/2007 10:49:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thank you for being one of those voices we can hear and feel with. Thank you for speaking your feelings openly on this matter.

I agree completely. I (and my friends in the movement to stop this selfishness) will continue to fight with you. Let us walk together in this.

Thank you
Darci

3/31/2007 01:00:00 PM  
Anonymous William said...

I've recently started reading your blog and would like to thank you for a perspective we americans rarely hear. While I don't agree with everything you say, I admire your courage and honesty.
Please know that few american people agree with the way this occupation has been handled from the start. Our own country and people have suffered because of our governments insistence that this "justified occupation" mist continue. I live in new orleans. Our city was devestated by hurricane katrina 18 months ago and very little federal help has been provided because our finances are so tied up in iraq. We feel no better about our elected officials than you do.

3/31/2007 03:14:00 PM  
Blogger 2turk said...

The American/British oil barons plan to pilfer and steal Iraqi petroleum resources inorder to enrich themselves. A Jim Hightower animation addresses the issues.

http://tinyurl.com/3xgmah

4/01/2007 08:06:00 AM  
Anonymous the spiral staircase said...

Your finances are not just tied up in Iraq....

Israel is a welfare state which takes in billions from north america in the form of weaponry, donations, and taxpayer's money.

Americans are completely blinded by what their government is doing in their name and with their money.

All you have to do is punch in "American taxpayers' money going to Israel" or "Christian Zionists donating millions to Israel" or "American Weapons for Israel" ...

You'll get plenty of reasons why so many Americans and Canadians are suffering, the money is bleeding out of their system, due to government lies.

Health care and so many other institutions for the people are lacking severely in funds.

4/01/2007 03:11:00 PM  
Blogger annie said...

WE are the rock, and Iraq is the fragile ship, not the other way around.

lol, seriously i think you must live in a hole. our economy is trillions in debt, more debt than ever before in history(and i am not just talking american history)

and what a joke you idiot are talking about all the experience of the american army. we are a younge country and the last big war we retreated miserably, from failure, or don't you recall.

all this garbage of advising to submission displays an outrageous lack of experience or understanding about exactly what america is up against you blowhard wimp w/out the courage to speak your mind w/out hiding behind anonymous.

me thinks you are some 10 yr old ignorant upstart.

someone upthread said something about these ugly americans that post so much. let it be known, there is a reason why the pro war people sound like such radical arrogant asses. it is because we have think tanks to pay them to go all over the internet to counter informed people. to spread this propaganda with this attitude to scare people. how foolish, as if someone is going to hear you, run home to their mother and advise iraqis to 'submit'

go tell your handler for a new manual. tell him we are laughing in the face of anyone who talks like some sadistic freak. there are plenty of articles about companies that work in this 'information warfare' so we know exactly where you come from. paid troll for the neocon zionist agenda.

4/01/2007 09:16:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

usually a news item here on Iraq.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VEcmwHu-2_w

Well it is free after all and it runs on your mobile phone so makes a change from the usual cardboard cut-outs who read the news

4/02/2007 01:47:00 PM  
Anonymous the spiral staircase said...

http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=689217324327988215&q=mossad+kurds&hl=en

Israelis/Mossad in Iraq.

4/03/2007 06:07:00 AM  
Anonymous the spiral staircase said...

http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=8785876923462708738&q=label%3A%22sabra+massacre%22

How the Zionism Movement uses/wastes American tax dollars.

4/03/2007 06:35:00 AM  
Anonymous Zion 4 P's said...

Spiral, anyone can find anything they want to support a lie on the web.

As a matter of fact, you might as well carry on producing lies and posting it about the place on the blogs of people you think are silly or inexperienced enough to buy it. You might as well, because you're doing a lot of zionist sympathisers a favour. It's really easy to find evidence now, thanks to your efforts, to back up the claim that most of the dross posted about zion online has an anti-jewish cast.

So keep at it spiral, keep spinning your own rope and turning slowly round and round, and tie yourself up for us spiral, tie yourself up for zion.

4/04/2007 02:20:00 AM  
Anonymous the spiral staircase said...

Sure, by your estimation, grotesque weblogs like Atlas Shrugs and Little Green Footballs are a rich breeding ground of despicable lies about Islam and the subject of the Middle East.

If I am doing Zionist sympathizers a favour, then why bother to complain? Why call me a liar?

As for the "Anti-Jewish" cast - you need to be by far more focused and specific in what you mean by "jews", as there are many Jewish groups that would support what I have said. The Neturei Karta, Jews Against Zionism, and Jews Not Zionists have spectacular websites that the people of the USA and Canada would greatly benefit in learning from. Those are just a few.

Their numbers are growing, unfortunately not fast enough.

Speaking of videos.....then the same can be said for such hateful videos that puts a horrible - and much false stain on Arabs and Islam - it is a well known fact that pro-israeli/zionist groups (in america or israel) are behind the producing of these disgusting videos.

________________________

I believe someone mentioned that konfused kid was from Iraq and not from Jordan......

By all means let's passively-aggressively nitpick on such stupid-minor details.


But all the while, this makes the argument I made to Konfused more steadfast. He calls Iraqis hypocrites. This is overwhelmingly sad, as well as useless. He doesn't know his country and his people as well as he should. And no, I have never been to Iraq. But I know that Arabs like all other ethnicities such as Mexicans, Italians, Slavs, American Native Indians, American African, Chinese etc etc, and so on and so on - all these people have their own faults and particular essences........and I say: so what?

There is no purpose served by bringing up generalities of anyone's ethnicity because these generalities will bleed into all other groups of ethnic background, as well. Therefore, nothing noteworthy is brought to the table for debate. Might as well write a check without funds in the bank to back it up.

I would prefer specifics and focus.

Jordan is a country that is fed monetarily by the USA to keep it tame, while Israel continues its war crimes against Palestine. The same goes for Saudi Arabia and Egypt, they are fed by the USA.


If anyone wants to talk about hypocrisy, I suggest a narrowing down of specifics of what true, blatant hypocrisy really is. I certainly don't take back what I said about Jordan. Jordan is a puppet country. Why doesn't the USA attack Jordan? Jordan does not have a democracy.

Isn't that what the illegal invasion of Iraq was all about? Kill their children so "democracy" may reign?

4/04/2007 05:46:00 PM  
Blogger opit said...

My blogroll includes World Public Opinion
http://www.worldpublicopinion.org/
All people agree - it is extremist minorities who are the problem, not the people as a whole. When the extremists are the ones with power, suffering follows.

4/05/2007 02:14:00 PM  
Blogger MixMax said...

Great post, Khalid, I agree with you on the aspect of more dead among US troops makes more voices shouting for the troops withdraw.

I must point out here that being religious or non religious has nothing to do with what is happening in iraq. There is no wrath of God because those people are not practicing their religion and there is no need to go into discussion on that matter. Humans can make destiny for themselves and for other if they have power. The US has power and they created horrible destiny by invading iraq, establishing a government from people most of them do not know how to run a country and their loyalty to something other than the flag and the wounded nation. The US then committed all these crimes and autrocities, from allowing looting to humilating prisoners to rape and kill girls and families...etc

I might be wrong, but Kid might be afraid that US troops leaving the country might cause more chaos, more killing and more bloodshed. He made that point on more than one occasion and here too, however, do you think those who came under the umbrella of the americans will remain in power? These faces we became familier with on TV for four years now will suddenly (and some gradually) disappear i.e. new faces will come to the surface, good among the bad and bad among the good.

I am not predicting the future, but anyone looks back to the past four years can conclude something like that. Where is muqtada? Al Dhari? mishán? to name a few... are they in Iraq?

For anonymous who said "you are INFINITELY outgunned. We could wipe out the entire population of your country and you know it." I heard similar remarks on the BBC about Iran two weeks ago when the British Navy soldiers crisis began. They interviewed iranian and british who were mostly talking and discussing how to solve the whole issue without going to war or military conflict. Suddenly an American took part and his solution was to nuke Iran without hesitation! From the comments by Americans I see on this blog (and other Americans I know personally) the answer to the question I kept on asking myself about the fifty/ fifty precent of the population voted for Bush for a second term!! i know now the answer that this result is true and the elections were not messed up with.

4/06/2007 11:44:00 PM  
Blogger annie said...

i know now the answer that this result is true and the elections were not messed up with.

this is ridiculous. they just finished a trial in ohio (the state that was the last to come in that brought the election to bush.) 2 election officials were found guilty of rigging


3/19 the local Ohio ABC News affiliate this morning, it has been reported that Ohio Secretary of State Jennifer Bruner has called for the resignation of all four Cuyahoga County Board of Elections members.

as required by the state they did not have a hand recount. you 'may know' mixmax but i don't know how. not when the ohio secretary of state (the official in charge of elections )was AGAIN, just like florida, also the chairman of the bush campaign in that state.

watch this movie if you think america is a democracy. this movie includes live court w/witness testimony from the company hired to illegally wipe voters of the rolls. gore won the popular vote thruout the US, only in florida where his brother was governor and thousands(175,000) of votes mysteriously didn't have a vote for the president on the ballot, thousand voting on weird ballots that gave votes to buckanon, in democratic counties(impossible).

youtube/princeton exposes diebold flaws, demo

tons of evidence of fraud.

if you check out the homepage of the last link they have all the current election news, including what the current DA scandle has to do w/vote fraud.

4/07/2007 08:41:00 PM  
Anonymous Paraiah said...

The show of passive resistance in Najaf is getting a lot of positive, global, coverage.

Rhiannon/Spiral, could you prove to us you are really interested in supporting Khalid's cause instead of looking vaguely like a LGF infiltrator? I mean, really, I'm not sure I can take you seriously very much, after trying to push a blog like that here. If you really really want peace, like Khalid and most others here do, then how about calling for the release of the BBC journalist, Alan Johnston, like dozens of Palestinian journalists are doing.

4/09/2007 09:54:00 AM  
Anonymous bo7a said...

In sha2 allh

4/11/2007 10:50:00 PM  
Blogger Rhiannon said...

Why did israeli "soldiers" murder Jimmy Miller, Tom Hurndall, Rachel Corrie, and so many other journalists and peace activists, in cold blood?


"israel" = CANCER


[zionist shill]"Rhiannon/Spiral, could you prove to us you are really interested in supporting Khalid's cause instead of looking vaguely like a LGF infiltrator?"

There's nothing to prove to the likes of you.

[zionist shill] "I mean, really, I'm not sure I can take you seriously very much"

Gee, I'm so heartbroken.

+++++++++++++++

Alan Johnston? A great friend to the Palestinians. "israel"=cancer please, let Alan Johnston, go.

But you won't, will you "israel"=cancer? Instead you will murder him and make it look like the Palestinians committed the crime.

4/12/2007 12:19:00 AM  
Blogger Bruno said...

[mixmax] "For anonymous who said "you are INFINITELY outgunned. We could wipe out the entire population of your country and you know it." I heard similar remarks on the BBC about Iran two weeks ago when the British Navy soldiers crisis began. They interviewed iranian and british who were mostly talking and discussing how to solve the whole issue without going to war or military conflict. Suddenly an American took part and his solution was to nuke Iran without hesitation!"

The Americans themselves make the very best case for nuclear disarmament. They seem to imply that not vaporising the rest of the world demonstrates just how generous the US really is. I come across this all the time.

4/13/2007 09:55:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This post is so sad. I knew this would happen - even people who started out peaceful are being turned to anger by the state of their lives and country.
Iraq is a casualty of something bigger- the desire of a few men to rule the world and its resources and its people.
All that youve said is exactly how I would be feeling if I were you. I feel some of it even though Im not.
Please, ask others in iraq to hold on, try not to give in to these angry and violent feelings.
My heart bleeds too.

4/16/2007 07:54:00 PM  
Anonymous twistedsister said...

i posted number 91. dammit

4/16/2007 07:55:00 PM  
Blogger تمر حنه said...

EBN EL JARRAR
HAMAWETAK, BA2A ENTA MESTA3'RAB ENNY BATKALEM ZAY BENT 20 SANA, MANA ZOGHANANA YABN JARRAR, MESH AWY YA3NY , NOS NOS,
THANKS FOR YR COMMENT THERE AND WENTA TAYEB W AL IRAQ FREE W MABSOOTIN. SOBHANA ALLAZY YO3'AYER WALA YATA3'AYAR.. YA KHALED YA 3'ALY YABN EL NAS EL TAYEBEEN. SALEMLY 3ALA BABA

4/21/2007 10:29:00 PM  
Blogger annie said...

how are you khalid? i hope you post soon. tkae care in this chillingly scary time.

4/23/2007 06:43:00 PM  
Blogger khalid jarrar said...

HEHEHE IB3IDI 2EEDIK 3AN ABOOYA LA&SAN OMMI TMAWWITIK!

heheheh :D :D :D

ya ahlan wa sahlan, bi sit il kol, il ameera tamr 7inna :D

ana mista`3rab innik tiktibi zay bint 20, li2annni 3arif innik 7awali 24 y3ni!! fa thats why ana mista`3rab y3ni! :D

nawwarti beeeetik o ma6ra7ik :D

4/23/2007 07:36:00 PM  
Anonymous Paraiah said...

Write us another post Khalid, and ignore the nonsense in your comments (we only do it because like you, we are, urm, "angry young men", and trying to make a difference without drawing arms).

4/24/2007 01:15:00 AM  
Blogger annie said...


heheheh :D :D :D


this part i understand

4/24/2007 08:26:00 PM  
Blogger deuxpoidsdeuxmesures said...

(f)(f)(f)

4/25/2007 09:19:00 PM  
Blogger K. Lay said...

I am an American that knew this war was sold to us on lies from the beginning. I know we do not belong as an occupying force in your country. We are such a distracted and apathetic population that is drowning in the lies of our government.
We can not even see the tyranny that we are being lead into in our own country. Our constitution is being destroyed by the same government that is terrorizing the good people of Iraq. I just wanted you to know I am embarrassed and ashamed of my government.

5/01/2007 09:49:00 PM  
Blogger تمر حنه said...

KHALED BIN JARRAR
proud to complete your 100 comments
I am here by mere coincedense,, but I think it's boshret 7'eeer.
I never write poetry ya khaled , I was in such a state of mind that made me wrote .. Nazar's words provoked me to the utmost and I was not able to stop...
wish your campaign all luck and Tawfik
sis tamr

5/11/2007 11:19:00 PM  
Anonymous redactedz said...

I just found your blog today. I am an American and March 18th coincidentally was my 24th birthday. I echo the comments of the Americans here who have voiced their shame and disgust at our government, military, and people. I imagine you hear this a lot, because it seems unlikely someone in favor of occupying and ravishing your country would ever come across your words. It is hard to know what to do here in America. I voted in 2004 for Kerry who wanted to destroy Iraq perhaps a bit less than Bush, and 2006, for democratic congressmen who as you rightly say are riding the anti-war sentiment. This is our democracy - our freedom. Nothing has changed with these democrats. The occupations of Afghanistan and Iraq, secret trials, secret prisons, Guantanamo, all freedoms are being taken away. I often - constantly - complain about these things and my relatives, my friends - Americans - tell my to stop talking about "depressing things". Friends and family have changed. People I regarded as moral compasses now tell me that "while of course I don't want anyone to die, I really don't want an American to die," as if we were special, as if we deserved life more than all others. I wish you and your people all the best.

5/15/2007 01:10:00 AM  
Anonymous rhiannon said...

http://www.rys2sense.com/anti-neocons/viewtopic.php?t=5810

http://www.rys2sense.com/anti-neocons/viewtopic.php?t=5668

"while of course I don't want anyone to die, I really don't want an American to die........."

Try telling them that we are all connected...because we are. What befalls the people of the Middle East will befall the rest of the world. We are all affected.

redactedz, your kind, thoughtful words are the beginning... and represent the change we need so desperately in our world.

5/18/2007 07:10:00 AM  
Anonymous kicka**girlgamer said...

Do hate the U.S just because you hate G.W.Bush (I hate Bush only {ok mostly} because he is letting millions of illegal {mostly} mexicans bleed us dry) and [if you do] what other country do you think is better then the U.S.A?

5/18/2007 08:50:00 AM  
Anonymous kicka**girlgamer said...

PeaceLizard you are sick and evil for cheering when an American soldier dies.

TO: redactedz [why don't you wish Americans the best] way too many Muslim nut-jobs want Americans to die {did you see the videos of the evil arabs who cut heads off helpless people}, hello 9/11, and you {an American} think Americans should just sit back and hope crazy Islamo Fascist will be good and not kill lots of innocent Americans {and others like jews and their own arabs}. Crazy [note: I talking about Muslim that think for any reason that Americans need to die] Islamic nut-jobs think they need to kill kill innocent Americans because everything would be so nice and great if Americans left all the arab countrys alone so they could go back to killing Jews and non-Muslim with ease {and fighting over petty differences among themselves}. Also you crazy Muslim are just wonderful role models to the whole wide world with great womens rights, eye for an eye stuff, teaching little kids killing Jews is great and you treat everyone with such kindness not like those bad immoral pigs {the Americans and non-Muslim}.

5/18/2007 11:57:00 AM  
Blogger annie said...

excellent excellent post khalid.

5/18/2007 05:57:00 PM  
Anonymous Stop all the war lies said...

Redactedz, who, uh, just found this blog this month. How, could you of just found this blog this month?

Khalid, don't trust a word he says. I believe it's someone trying to take us all in. Probably someone who is familiar with your blog and has a number of other names. No doubt active in some way shape or form, dubiously so.

HMM.

I'm having trouble buying his coincidental tales.

5/28/2007 10:01:00 AM  
Anonymous Elmondo Bone said...

Khalid -

Your figures and interpretation of Americans is all wrong. Most Americans that I know never wanted to "help" Iraqis. We knew that Saddam was our boy. He hated religious extremists, and like myself hated yours and ours, and he hated the Persians. Why would we want to take him out. That the Iraqis seem so skilled at trying to remove the occupiers begs the question how come you never did anything about Saddam yourself. Where was your Muslim foreign support then.

Nobody in America thinks we are losing the war, we just do not see the point with working with you. You fools could of had my hard earned money to modernize your power plants, electricity lines, sewer and water but you spent it on car bombs. I would of allowed the foolish Americans to rebuild my country and then revolt. What idiots. Well, I want to stop wasting my money back.

Iraqis should stop killing each other. Sectarian violence in the eyes of an American just seems ridiculous. I am just speaking man to man.

Good luck and I hope you get your country back soon.

Remember, Bush was bad in history and military strategy and it is showing.

5/31/2007 02:02:00 AM  
Anonymous The spiral staircase said...

Khalid,

I love your posts. Unfortunately you will always attract hateful zionist propagandists such as:

"bone"
"kicka girl"
and "stop the war"

I myself would not be so patient with these thugs. I would delete such vile hatred that the likes of these (the recent nut cases above) enjoy spewing all over the blogs, especially yours.

I must admit, I actually enjoy sites that will not allow such filth and degradation spewed out with hateful glee by "bone", "kicka girl" and "stop the war".

Their tiny minds and others like them serve no purpose.

A pure waste of "humanity" if you will.

The delete button goes a long way Khalid. IMHO.

6/07/2007 04:12:00 PM  
Anonymous ivana said...

nothing about you yet...

6/08/2007 06:36:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

don't blame me, i voted for gore. he would have never led america into this mess that was portended to long before it was stupidly begun.

-an american

6/09/2007 03:29:00 PM  
Blogger Mirela said...

Asalamu Aleikum
Really good work!!
Shukram

Mirela - Brazil

6/13/2007 12:53:00 AM  
Anonymous L. said...

Khalid,

A friend of mine gave me your blog's adress,

Hard for me because my english is not as good as yours... but thx to your blog i think i'll improve !! :))

My eyes spent the last 72hours in front of the screen reading your posts and it hurts...

I just don't know what to say. I'm iranian, parents & I left the country 20 years ago and my heart's still bleeding. Part of my family lives in irak and as we say at home... "no news = good news".

i still stop breathing everytime the phone rings, "maybe bad news".
Your words echoes to me, thank you for taking time to give us your thoughts as you do.
It's a real gift for us.
Or well, at least for me.

Dad always says "no choice, we have to bear with all this"...
Mum always says "no choice, we have to change all this"...

I suppose both of them are somewhere right.

Take good care of y.
I'm eager to read your next posts...

L - France

6/15/2007 11:44:00 AM  
Blogger annie said...

oh my god khalid what an incredibly moving post. you see it all . everything. bless you, bless iraq, in solidarity.. annie

6/18/2007 08:35:00 AM  
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Anonymous zazou said...

I think it's sad but understandable that Khalid has come to this conclusion. I remember when he w3asmore hopeful, less vengeful...and it makes me sad to seet his. But he also has a oint. What has happened to Iraq is horrific and unjustifiable. The 1,000's of refugees, the daily dead, the destruction of amazing places like the Golden Mosque, at least two generations of a country turned into beggers- how does the US live with itself?
A growing number of Americans are asking themselves this as they realize their complacency over the last 4 years has not only messed up Iraq but is messing up their own country. Unfortunately the call for an accounting is slow in coming but it is coming- and when it does it will be a mighty roar.
What I would like to see is other nations support Spain or whoever is willing to charge Bush and Cheney with crimes against humanity. I, for one, would LOVE to see them and Blair answer for what they have done.

6/24/2007 05:16:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I wish a new Saddam to rise and show you what is like to bite the hand that feeds you, asshole.

6/29/2007 08:53:00 AM  
Anonymous zazou said...

Annoymous,

May you enjoy the fruits of American intervention where you live. Take your pick: advisors a la Vietnam, an assisted coup + years of torture and disappearances a la Chile, para military death squads roaming your neighborhood a la Guatemala, a decimated country with little or no security a la Afghanisten and Iraq, drug dumping a la Africa- an embarassment of available options...

6/30/2007 11:37:00 PM  
Anonymous Christians for Peace said...

Salam.

No post from the author for such a length of time. I apologize for not knowing perhaps what I should but I have been rather busy fighting the Synagogue of Satan in the U.S. I just wanted to tell you of a documentary that is creating a firestorm of awareness in America. It is accurately named Terror Storm and it exposes the reality of U.S. Government sponsored terrorism, …also in Iraq. It can be seen free on Google Video by putting Terror Storm in the search engine or you can get multiple copies that are almost free at 911dvdproject.com. The director Alex Jones encourages free distribution of the documentary.

The film shows evidence that some of the destruction in Iraq including the bombing of Mosques are U.S. and British false flag operations.

It is my hope that someone here can translate the film into Arabic so that everyone in Iraq can see and understand it.

Salam.

Christians for Peace

7/04/2007 12:01:00 AM  
Anonymous not The spiral staircase said...

Hey 'The spiral staircase' you say you love this post (which basicly says "death to Americans"), so that makes you a worthless, hateful zionist piece of pig dung .





You go kicka**girlgamer! [Who said:
"PeaceLizard you are sick and evil for cheering when an American soldier dies.

TO: redactedz [why don't you wish Americans the best] way too many Muslim nut-jobs want Americans to die {did you see the videos of the evil arabs who cut heads off helpless people}, hello 9/11, and you {an American} think Americans should just sit back and hope crazy Islamo Fascist will be good and not kill lots of innocent Americans {and others like jews and their own arabs}. Crazy [note: I talking about Muslim that think for any reason that Americans need to die] Islamic nut-jobs think they need to kill kill innocent Americans because everything would be so nice and great if Americans left all the arab countrys alone so they could go back to killing Jews and non-Muslim with ease {and fighting over petty differences among themselves}. Also you crazy Muslim are just wonderful role models to the whole wide world with great womens rights, eye for an eye stuff, teaching little kids killing Jews is great and you treat everyone with such kindness not like those bad immoral pigs {the Americans and non-Muslim}."]

And you go Anonymous! [Who said: "I wish a new Saddam to rise and show you what is like to bite the hand that feeds you, asshole!"]

7/09/2007 06:01:00 AM  
Blogger Joanne said...

Let's face it, if the Iraqis could get their ducks in a row, the Americans would gladly leave, but no, instead Iraqis are either killing each other, aiding and abetting al Queda, and/or blowing up Americans. Always the blame game - it is all the Great Satan's fault, except America is not the Great Satan, Saddam was the Great Satan, and he is gone...get over it.

7/11/2007 01:34:00 AM  
Blogger SKiZM said...

Let us not forget the fact that Amerikkka's army is using the most advanced weapons and armor to date. And they are still getting their asses handed to them by mostly Soviet-era munitions. Where I come from we call that "nubs getting pwned".
Let's stop being noobs, and let's stop getting pwned? Game over man. We lost the moment we started playing this game.... no amount of Vietnamization will ever win the hearts and minds of the natives. Why not give us security in our own homeland. Gang warfare is very common in the states. Amerikka is so rich, everything should cost our citizens one dollar. The fact that anyone can die in the streets (or college dorm) like a common animal, says much on the state of our union. What exactly UNITES us anyway? united+states are a contradiction in terms, anyway...it should be united nation, or confederated states, or divided states...
:D

7/14/2007 01:47:00 AM  
Blogger Francesco "Macchia" 1986 said...

i'm an italian student.I remember that my politicians had follow a war for black gold. I had search news about Iraqi's victims but in this part of world there is silence. If you want I link this blog to mine.

7/17/2007 09:10:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

So is it the Western occupiers who are slaughtering Iraqi civilians?

Obviously not, but the jihadists have managed, in the minds it seems of many Iraqis and others worldwide, to somehow 'link' their campaign of unrestrained murder to the presence of the occupation army.

Let's see how the logic plays out:

1) Western occupiers (infidels), who by and large are men of honor and mean Iraqi civilians no harm, cannot protect them from Islamic jihadists.

2)Islamic jihadists are strong, as demonstrated time and again by their ability to murder unarmed men, women and children at will.

2) Therefore, the infidels are weak, and will leave Iraq when they realize they are powerless to stop the bloodshed.

3) When the infidels leave, then the strong jihadists will take care of the people of Iraq.

4) All of the blood spilled by the jihadists will be placed on the hands of the infidels. They were, after all is said and done, just doing what they had to do to protect Islam from Westerners.

5) From the ranks of the jihadists will arise one who is more ruthless and willing to kill his rivals and their families than all others.

5) And Iraq will have come full circle, back to dictatorship under rule of the strongest of killers.

6) Compared to what's going on now, this will be an improvement to the lot of the average Iraqi civilian.

So if you can't fight the invaders, start killing all of your defenseless fellow countrymen. Bring in more fanatics also willing to kill your fellow countrymen. Gain the political support of your fellow countrymen by blaming the invaders for their inability to protect you. Then once the invaders leave, seize power by killing all of your rivals and their families before they kill you.

Sounds like a new kind of warfare, but really its the same old political-religious barbaric intimidation brutality-game, this time played out for the world to see with the assistance of modern telecommunications and the killing efficacy of advanced weaponry.

America isn't in Iraq to plunder Iraqi oil, we are there establish a military presence within striking distance to Al-Qaeda operational bases and training camps, past and future.

America will NEVER EVER forget 9/11 and the senseless murder of over 3000 civilians, and the joyful dancing in the streets that we witnessed in many Islamic countries as a result. Americans will do our best to prevent something like that from happening again.

Which is not to say that we will be 100% successful, but if hundreds or thousands more Western civilians are murdered by Al-Qaeda attacks, I am more or less certain that Warizistan will be our next occupational objective.

7/17/2007 11:51:00 PM  
Blogger Bruno said...

[anonymous] "America isn't in Iraq to plunder Iraqi oil, we are there establish a military presence within striking distance to Al-Qaeda operational bases and training camps, past and future."


HAAAAAAH HA HA HA HA HA HAAAH!

ROTFL!

:*D

God, you are funny, man.

7/19/2007 07:59:00 AM  
Blogger Bruno said...

Evidently you don't know that the US has bases all over the region, INCLUDING AFGHANISTAN WHERE THE ACTUAL AL QAEDA HAD THEIR BASES ... :D

People like you are why Amreeka gets away with murder.

7/19/2007 08:01:00 AM  
Blogger Bruno said...

Khalid, why no posts, lately?

7/19/2007 08:02:00 AM  
Blogger Francesco "Macchia" 1986 said...

It isn't to simple. The indipendence of a country isn't a type of lunch that someone have to learn. Between this word's river there are men and women, christians and muslims killed for what? Al Qaeda wasn't in Iraq before the war!!! Diplomacy was the first victim in this war. The 9/11 was the beginning of a new type of war. If we consider enemy every muslim and every muslim consider us only like an enemy, there'll no be way out. I prefer a politician that discuss with the word's arm.

7/19/2007 09:14:00 PM  
Blogger Francesco "Macchia" 1986 said...

Khalid, where are you? Could you give us news about you?

7/27/2007 12:59:00 PM  
Anonymous Sharon Fritsch said...

Peace be with you Khalid.

This comment is long. I want to respond to Anonymous.

First the reports of Palestinians rejoicing in the streets on 9/11 were false reports. I spoke with an American Christian missionary who was in Palestine at the time, and he said everyone was horrified and saddened by 9/11. The TV crews showed pictures of Palestinians rejoicing about something else, but reported they were rejoicing about 9/11.

Also, if it weren't for the oil, we never would have invaded Iraq. The oil agreement the administration wants the Iraqi parlaiment to sign gives the major share of Iraq's oil to international (mainly American) oil companies. Also, under this proposed law, which was written in America, the Iraqis can not monitor the activities of the oil companies. Amazing how many Americans don't know these things.

A lot of contractors are getting very rich off this war. (Kellog, Brown and Root is a subsidiary of Halliburton.) Just last week I was watching a senate subcommittee hearing, and a senator reported that when he went to Iraq he saw that construction contractors had hired mostly workers from Indonesia, the Philippines and India.

The American government and our allies, Britain, France and Israel, have been messing with Middle Eastern governments for a long time, but that won't continue too much longer because they are figuring out how to deal with us.

Anonymous, please read some history - about America's long alliance with Saddam Hussein, about how the CIA helped over throw a democratically elected government in Iran in 1953 and installed a brutal monarchy, and about the huge numbers of Palestinian civilians, including children, that Israel has killed and continues to kill using American weapons.

Questioning the honor of American soldiers makes a person very unpopular, but I graduated from High School in 1970, 7 months after we found out about the My Lai massacre in Vietnam, when 347 civilians, almost all women and children, were systematically gunned down by an American lieutenant and his first sergeant. Then in May, 1971, we found out about the Pentagon Papers.

I later joined the army in financial desperation. In basic training we sometimes had to sing a song as we marched:

"I want to go to Vietnam.
I want to kill some Viet Cong."

In basic training we weren't allowed to read anything but letters from home. No newspapers or magazines were available to us.
Guess they were afraid we might learn something.

I've been watching the way America conducts foreign policy since then. There's a lot that makes me mad.

We'll live happier healthier lives when we are no longer a superpower - when our tax money is no longer spent supporting armies around the world, when our soldiers are no longer dying for crazy ideas, and when we our news media is more opened to information and opinions from other countries.

Here's a quote from Sami Rasouli, an Iraqi-American who founded the Muslim Peacemaker Team:

"The war in Iraq, it’s between the occupation and the Iraqis who are opposing the occupation, so Iraqis are against the U.S. and their allies. Now, to portray it as a civil war or a sectarian war is just another excuse, a lie, to sustain the lies that the war began with."

Sharon Fritsch

7/29/2007 10:22:00 PM  
Blogger Francesco "Macchia" 1986 said...

I think that anonymous it's proud about his country but not proud about some mistakes of his government. I congratulates with Iraqi's football team for its victory. You have showed to the world that you are still a united nation.
to sharon fritsch: i agree

7/30/2007 10:17:00 PM  
Anonymous drShop said...

WooW =)

8/02/2007 10:00:00 AM  
Blogger Bruno said...

[sharon] "We'll live happier healthier lives when we are no longer a superpower - when our tax money is no longer spent supporting armies around the world"

Excellent sentiment. The bill for the war on Iraq has topped half a trillion dollars. I'm thinking that everybody would have been better off if America had spent that cash on itself. Lots of roads, schools, clinics you could build with that sort of capital.

8/03/2007 10:09:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Bruno--The bill for the war on Iraq has topped half a trillion dollars

That is less that 1% of the US economy over the last 4 years--- we can spare it.



'Haven't you read the history?
Any occupied people revolt immediately or eventually, and when people do, armies never stand a chance, says history.'

That is patently untrue and demonstrates an ignorance of recent and ancient history. Especially true in the place now known as Iraq.

You know damn well why the US is in Iraq--- oil. Not because we wish to 'steal' it. Because it is the engine of modern industry, commerce and society and Iraq is sitting on a large percentage of the cheapest to recover oil in the world. It will be exploited by someone whether it is the US, China (who now has contracts with the Iraqi gov't-- not US companies), France--- it cannot and will not be left in the ground. If it is a curse, it is because Iraqis are too backward to come together and take advantage of it. The nation of Iraq with huge sums of money uses it to arm itself and create havoc among its neighbors. Then seeks to attain the technology to create weapons that would threaten western civilization. Iraq shows no evidence of being prepared to join the modern world in a responsible way. Sure, many Iraqi people have no desire for such things, but the Iraqis among them who certainly do seem to find it fairly easy to hold power over those who would rather live in peace. That is reality. If the Iraqis who want only to live in peace and prosperity are willing to allow the worst among them to rule, then they will never know peace and prosperity. That is the fault of Iraqis and they will continue to pay a price for it, occupation or not.

8/04/2007 10:13:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Half a trillion in 4 years? That is between two and three times as much as the US spent on caring for pets in the same period !(excluding the dollars spent actually purchasing pets, which would make it just about the same amount as what was spent on the war) I think Anon was right, we can spare it. Kurdistan seems to be making the best of the situation, but for some reason, they don't count?

8/04/2007 10:49:00 PM  
Blogger Frostmushroom said...

Update. :)

8/06/2007 11:48:00 AM  
Blogger Fade said...

You know, I am SO glad I found this post, I have been surfing all this Iraqi ex-pat Shia horseshit that sounds like it was written by Kristol... I cant believe there are Iraqis out there who champion the occupiers just because they have put their "side" in control. Disgusting.

Your post is nothing but the truth. Take heart in the fact that America has committed a form of suicide, its people as well as its current leadership.

My countrymen sacrificed their freedom and their liberty for an illusion of security. Capitalism is a serpent with an engorged head, slowly feeding upon its tail.

We have forsaken the constitution.Our nation dies, not the brutal death that we apply to so many weaker countries, but the surer death of our nation's soul.

8/08/2007 01:30:00 AM  
Anonymous Sharon said...

I have faith in the Iraqi people. Over the past century they have been given some very hard times by some powerful nations, but they will get control of their country.

8/10/2007 11:36:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Another side of this story: american wife that consoles her children as there father is ordered to war. He goes - not because he wants to spend time from his home, not because he is a war monger after blood, nor wanting to miss this holiday season, his wedding anniversary, birthdays, etc. He goes b/c if he does not he will court martialed and sentenced to federal jail time. There is no obector status after so many years in the service nor part of the contract signed 16 years ago. This man does not want to go and yes he is a religious man that sees no victor in this war - but he goes because he has no choice.
So to the "lizard" poster that mentioned killing US soldiers - think about that. Also - the men / woman that do serve - serve so you can the right to bash them.
I would love for any of you - that blame the soldiers for this war that they are FORCED to go to - to explain to our children how their father should be killed for your rights or be forced to choose between fighting the war or going to jail.
sign - a military wife who waits for the fate of her husband - for a long 15 months.

One more thing: the $$$ of war - we don't see either. The $ my family gets for all the sacrifices we make is less than $10 per day. For my soldier to go and halt violence (or try), dodge bullets, and pray that day for no ied's is less than some will get out of bed to make per hour.

8/16/2007 01:00:00 AM  
Anonymous Anjali said...

I just happened to stumble upon this blog randomly today. Everything you wrote is true, as hypocritical as that sounds for me to say since I'm in America. I love your articles. Keep writing.

8/30/2007 05:21:00 PM  
Anonymous Sharon said...

Dear Anonymous,
I don't blame the American soldier for this war, just like I don't blame the Iraqi soldier for the invasion of Kuwait.

At least Americans do not have to deal with their houses being bombed and their children being killed.

Some 700,000 to one million or more Iraqis have been killed in this war, so don't complain to an Iraqi about how Americans suffer.

9/12/2007 11:01:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I happened to come upon this article today and I wanted to inform you, although you probably wont read this, I am American, and I disagree profusely with your arguments. How can you tell us not to occupy your country when, 1 day and 6 years ago, a terrorist group supported by your government crashed into a building nearly 3 blocks from where I lived; this reason for occupation killed two members of my immediate family. Your past leader, Saddam, treated his people as if they are animals; and the fact that you are so ungrateful to the fact that we captured him is irrational to me.
Please don't play the role of the victim; don't ask for the forgiveness of others. It makes you seem weak; and your blog, to me, is extremely weak.

9/13/2007 12:36:00 AM  
Anonymous MaybeLogic? said...

Re: anonymous @ 12:36
Sorry for your loss but buddy
you are SO wrong. US Govt. knew (and poss. helped plan) 9/11. Reality is what you can get away with! Iraq never supported 9/11 guys, Bush et al were warned time & again by agents in Germany. France, Italy, Russia, UK, Australia even the Caymen Islands! that Manhattan attack was imminent (sic)
Also, Afghan President was put there by NeoCon Cheney, before that he was head of Oil Company doing big business with USA. Also, 2nd in command in Pakistan wired $100,000 to Mohammed Atta few months before 9/11. Why? This is well known in Internet circles in USA & Europe, why don't you know this? Saddam Hussien was put in place by the West. Educate yourself.
What about Somalia? US forces slaughtered 1000's, many women and children. What about Vietnam? I've been to USA, and you people were terrific and warm, but when shit goes down, you kill everything and ask question after it is too late. Then make movies where guys cry and find themselves again!

9/13/2007 02:29:00 AM  
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Blogger Xeni said...

THANKYOU FOR EXISTING !!

IT's great to hear an Iraqi's feelings and thoughts FROM AN IRAQI HIMSELF.

Im sick and tired of having a limited number of biased media to tell me whats going on when it feels like it.


IRAQIS: PLEASE WRITE MORE BLOGS.

10/24/2007 09:33:00 PM  
Anonymous I.M.SMALL said...

THE PLAN WAS NO PLAN

The plan was to reduce to rubble,
To "bomb them to the stoneage"--so
The evidence suggests, a trouble
For high-toned souls in stooping low.

But look: the experts in advance
Delineated all the flaws
About the strategy, the plans,
Which gave the planners nary pause.

We plan to "reconstruct" they said,
But had no wherewithal to do so
Put into place--not for one shed
Sufficient even for one Crusoe.

Conclusion therefore to be drawn
Were words were but a subterfuge,
The architects of which did pawn
False promise for deception huge.

It may not be the case; but how
Could anybody be so dumb?
It was design, one must allow,
Save in the eye he stick his thumb.

So they secured the oilfields and
Appurtenance related--yet
Allowed marauders out of hand
Upon the libraries to set,

Threshing accumulated works
Of "intellectual capital"
As may not be replaced--the Turks
May not be blamed for this at all.

If not design then what else could
Have been the motivating factor?
The words proclaimed it just and good,
But came from mouths of many an actor--

Actor in sense of perpetrator
Coterminous with thespian:
Plans were not made, but left for "later"
Which indicates such were the plan.

11/12/2007 04:04:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I agree with you on this, I am American from Texas yeah I know a horrible state to be from. Full of white trash ignorant rednecks. Your right when you say people only care, when it is something affecting them in the negative. Please believe though that there are still people left here who cared before that, I wish we could all stand up together and unify against the criminal occupation of your country I am sorry, when this all ends I hope things will get better. But as they say it is the victors that write history not those dominated, in the end if you are right and we have lost horribly perhaps your story will be heard. I wish history was all truth but that will never be so. Good luck my friend

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