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« فياجرا لأحياء الرجولةIf you were Nasrallah, What would you do? »

Do you lead? or do you follow?

  • By: Qwaider

  • On:Tuesday, August 01, 2006 8:27:56 AM
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    Everyone wants to lead....

    Everyone wants to lead .... no one wants to follow but the fact is. We all LEAD and FOLLOW at the same time

    Projecting this on the middle east, Everyone want to be the First, tallest, longest, smartest, strongest ..etc ...etc ...etc

    Who's going to be the first to first cross the line against the American domestication? Who's going to be the first to say NO, STOP, WE ARE WITH the resistance?

     

    In other words..... WHO'S THE [wo]MAN?

    All news agencies and even Olmert are saying that the attack on Lebanon wasn't only accepted by Arab countries, but it was blessed by them. For the first time in history.

    Egyptians are blaming Jordanians, Jordanians are blaming Egyptians and Saudi. Saudi is blaming the blasphemist Hizbullah.

    Here's an interesting IDEA..... If the Israeli Air raids are targeting only Katyusha's, then how come they 've hit Beirut? or The highways? or the civilians in all Lebanese cities?

    We don't need to threaten with the Oil, all we have to say NO. Simple NO

    Apparently, the children of Lebanon are not worth a little NO from the world. Thank you Saoud El Faysal. The world will never forget your words.

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    • Nas
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    • On: 8/1/2006 10:17:12 AM
    if its just a matter of saying no, well then everyone has been saying no...from leaders to followers. no one has said yes.

    This is a war, trusting what Israel says...whether it "the arab leaders gave us the green light" (despite the fact that theyve condemned them) or "hizballah hide between civilians" or "qana was a set up by hizballah" or even "we didn't kill that family on the beach in gaza, it was hamas"

    misinformation is the best weapon. we cant choose to believe some of the things Israel says and reject other things as lies.

    its also not as simple as leading and following...followers always want to go in one direction while the leader leads them somewhere else...theres a reason that such a dynamic exists...without it Jordan would resemble a crossbread between iraq and gaza...which given our geography is not that farfetched

    not farfetched at all.
    Interesting approach to the issue Nas, I don't disagree with you. I just can't stop my self from being skeptic about many things
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    • Nas
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    • On: 8/1/2006 11:01:31 AM
    well skepticism is only natural.

    if middle eastern politics was as simple as blogging we might not be in this mess...alas.
    I tend to agree with Nas here

    It is not as simple as leading a crowd one way or another ... regardless of my opinion about this whole mess ... we really should start thinking with our brains rather than our emotions ... It is not a simple NO ... it is politics that is a game that quite a few know how to play ...
    • #5
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    • On: 8/1/2006 2:18:47 PM
    bte3raf sho el moshkeleh? eno its a huge responsibility.. every king or president is responsible for his country's people.. if some said No he would be listed as terrorist and be targeted with his nation as being so.. o believe me, all people who seem angry at king absullah or any other for not fighting Israel back will regret it when Israel hit them back cuz their king or president said no to israel and fought.. its too hard when your not in it.. you wont know how it is like.. we feel pity for lebanese but do we want to be in their place?.. there's only one way to get out of all this.. if ALL arabs get united then it would be harder to beat them, cuz this way israel is killing everyone separetly.. u know okelto yawma okela al thawr el abyad?
    • #6
    • Husams
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    • On: 8/1/2006 2:49:15 PM
    As everything else, Israel tendency to continue with its war is measured with percentage, and I extremely believe that this tendency would be much less if the Arab leaders gave a solid NO against this war, which means fewer children from Lebanon will be killed, but as Olmert explicitly said yesterday that this war have the bless of Arabic leaders, just saying this means that this bless have an effect of their decision of continuing war.

    Saying NO or even threaten doesn’t mean to enter in a war with Israel! Even Israel is not ready at this time to enter in any other war. It is about re-calculating of interests to Israel. After all freewill and power earns you respect, weakness earns you nothing, just a basic rule.    
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    • 7ala
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    • On: 8/2/2006 8:14:21 PM
    Yes we all lead and follow at the same time !
    You too can have your Memories Documented

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