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January 6, 2009

I feel that it is my duty to speak about Gaza ... 
Astonishment of those who defend Israel and the Palestinians are denied their defense of themselves .. 
I believe that all people against injustice 
In every human heart like good and hate evil  .. 
But what I see from these people,  they defense of what they believe ... by watching and understanding of the subject ..

Image, in fact, as follows: 
You  have a home ,you and your family live in this home, 
 and then someone does not have anything in this house give it to a group of people removed from their country and gave them weapons to live in your house ....!!! 
then  these people kill many of your family and expelling many of them and identified the place of your stay in your home ...!!!
 a few rooms and then they took it... ...and kill more of your family ..every day ..

You have to watch your son is two years bleeding and screaming and then die without ... to be able to do anything to him... 
And the mother would say goodbye to young sons are deeply immersed in their blood ..
And cut your electricity, water, food and medicine ... ... and blockade you..
.. And prevent your family from any normal life ... for more than 60 year .. 

But  you can not defend yourself , your home , your family ,dreams of your children a normal life ..!! 
This happened in Palestine ... This what happen now in Gaza ... 
After that ... the Palestinians accepted that the shared home, but Israeli  did not ... 
Will not accept ... because politicians want victories, even if innocent people pay the price .. 
Many of us reject this injustice ... 
From all over the world ... the people against injustice ... 
Is it enough to pretend ... and denounce ... 
Whenever a decision to ease the pain on the Palestinians ... .. The U.S. veto to keep the bleeding of kids...!!! 
Prevent any country that possesses nuclear weapons .. especially in the Middle East ... 
No one speaks of nuclear reactors in Israel ... 
My question to the Governments and peoples of the "first world" 
do Not you acknowledge the right of the people in "third world" live in the home safely and with dignity .. 
I hope of humanity that rejects these massacres and injustice ... 

* We are not against co-existence with Israel ... is not at the expense of human Palestinians ...

sun queen

09:55 AM Mar 02 2009


Saudi Arabia

One day the world will know the truth

11:12 AM Jan 13 2009



hello    to all english baby members

have sent this message to the prime minister of Israel this today:

Dear Mr. President

I fully agree, that you defend your country against Hamas terrorist.

But cannot agree, that you kill 800 adults, children and young people to catch 20 or 50 terrorist

.Destroy the infrastructure, who has built by our money (EU)

Sorry Sir, but that way is wrong. And you should know:

I 'm against your politic.
I call you a killer, because the blood of innocent people are on your hands.

May god will judge you.


I have been officier in the german army, years ago, but can t agree with that, really not.


05:32 PM Jan 06 2009



very good one you've got a strong mind

I wish peace will come to them this soonLaughing

December 28, 2008

 How R u all?
I have read an article and I like it ,,, wrote by u.s.  press....Tanya C. Hsu, ,,,

***Open Letter to Saudis***

Having returned from the Kingdom, four weeks in an abaya and hijab, I am angry and frustrated. As an analyst specializing in Saudi Arabia I knew much of what to expect, thus covering and not being able to drive were nonissues. Landing in Jeddah I dropped ten degrees body temperature switching from linen to an abaya. Four weeks later, I flew through to Atlanta without removing my abaya, not only to test American reactions but because it was comfortable and practical. In Riyadh’s Bedu Souk I added a burqa and realized, for the first time in my adult life, men spoke directly to me rather than to a physique. That is respect.

Having completed my book on the Kingdom, I had been invited to the Saudi American Interactive Dialogue in Jeddah. Staying to gather material for a second book, I met with people from all walks of life: Rich, poor, mothers, working women; the highly successful, the unemployed, royalty, Bedouin market sellers, and those in between. I met with Saudis by birth, Saudis by choice, and foreigners. I lived with Saudi families, those with domestic help and those without. All were open and eager to share their opinions. I traveled freely across the country, an “Arab” woman alone. Fed monumental amounts of food in Saudi homes nightly, unable to escape such generous hospitality, I never witnessed men separate from women. In Riyadh I used a Saudi friend’s office for a fortnight, was treated equally and was privy to top-level business discussions. Thus began my irritation.

I had expected to return to the US, defensive posture prepared. Since Sept. 11, I have tried in vain to explain the Kingdom to a country reluctant to understand or listen, have been the target of attacks, and have had professional difficulty for insisting on clarity on Saudi issues. It is acceptable in the US to be anti-war, anti-Bush, or support the Palestinians; it is not acceptable on either side of the political spectrum to be “pro-Saudi”. That is “sleeping with the enemy” or “hero worship”. Little of Saudi Arabia is covered in the West other than trade, oil, and proclamations of reform. Sadly, within the Kingdom and despite access to satellite television, newspapers and the Internet, even Jarir Bookstore has yet to catch up: Only travel and photography books, or historical biographies of Gertrude Bell and Harry Philby were available. Not permitting political material available to a hungry public belies logic at this stage.

I experienced few inconveniences. Prayer time forces the habit of pausing. Time passes differently in the United States as we race from work to school to the grocery store to after-school activities to dinner, housecleaning and laundry, finally collapsing in exhaustion having barely spoken to our children eating in separate rooms at different times. Families walk together along the Jeddah corniche, flying kites or riding donkeys, barbecues permeating the air — vastly different to the deafening X-rated rap music that invades main streets in America as teens cruise.

So why am I angry?

During all my conversations one question remained unanswered. When asked, What makes you proud to be Saudi, “being Muslim” or “being Arab” was as common a reply as “being the home of the Two Holy Cities”. One can easily define Palestinian anger, Iraqi angst, or Syrian character, yet I received nothing on Saudi national patriotism. Can you not see?

For years you have publicly apologized for comparatively low levels of violence, lack of reform, or the slow pace of change. Repeatedly I heard the despair and cynicism blinding you to what is happening in front of you: Palpable change, construction growth, new institutions, reform efforts, and the mutawa. You have much to be proud of, but your politeness and kindness allows the West to trample you, naming you a threat to “democracy” and the world. 

You cannot let this continue. Pre-empt the increase in anti-Saudi hostility and stop re-emphasizing your weaknesses. You are a dignified people, so take pride in your country in action, not just spirit. Explain to the world how you respect women, how safe and free from crime you are, and how family takes priority. Demand how the US, world leader in murder, rape and domestic violence, dare accuse you of human rights abuses. Ask how Americans can defend their preferred method of capital punishment by electrocuting women, minors and the mentally handicapped. How, if democracy includes the export of the largest pornographic industry throughout the world, can they judge the Kingdom for its restrictions? Why can a Saudi leave his wallet, laptop and digital camera on the front seat of a car, as I did, and return to find everything intact? Americans live in gated subdivisions with security alarms; child molesters roam free in every neighborhood. Half empty compounds in the Kingdom are triple barricaded, one Alkhobar compound protected by five security walls and armored trucks. Murderers don’t return to the scene of their crime, so why such fear? Nuns, priests, Jewish settlers, rabbis and Catholics cover their heads but Saudi women are “oppressed” for such? Why apologize for your rate of progress when it took the United States two hundred years, until 1920, to grant women the right to vote? American women are paid seventy-five cents to the dollar compared to men; the Prophet’s first wife was his employer, a successful and powerful businesswoman. 

Another wife, Aisha, fought in battle alongside men, and Islam forbids racism. How then did it take until 1963 after riots and protests before blacks were granted civil rights, the end to segregation, and freedom? Bias remains rampant and races still do not mix freely. 

Why can the US government attack any Arab nation when not one Arab state has ever threatened America? Is this “democracy”? More importantly, is this what you want?

Of course, there is much to fix within the Kingdom. All regions rise and fall. There is little difference in the speed of bureaucracy between Saudi Arabia and Sweden or France; ministers settle in to roles of government power and have no desire for change. 

You have a ready-made group available for pressing issues: The mutawa could be assigned to fine dangerous drivers (intent to kill is haraam) or punish anyone seen littering: It is a disgrace to the religion, the environment and people’s health. 

Globalization and technology are here to stay, so as Muhammad ibn Abdul Wahab brought reform for the sake of unity in the eighteenth century, again use ijtihad (individual interpretation) and contextualization to unite for the sake of the Kingdom, Islam, and national pride. 

There is indeed something enigmatic about the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia — perhaps the people, perhaps the history, perhaps the land. Had I the chance to stay I would have searched until I found an answer. A piece of my heart remained in the Kingdom. I can only hope that I may soon return to find out why.


I hope to be the best in the new year and peace for all the world...


sun queen

09:06 AM Sep 05 2010

e.teacher ksa
Saudi Arabia

luv it

November 29, 2008

*Why women in Saudi Arabia covered with black?

First, we are Muslim people and God has ordered women to Cover up and men to Look Away ..

*Women before Islam:

_"Different perception of women among different peoples and nations, in the Indian civilization, the society denies women's humanity, presented to recognize the value of social and deprive them of all their rights, but when the Indian worst of the epidemic, hell and poison and snakes ..

*In Persia, Zoroaster introduced a significant change on the attitude of the Persian community, she had  certain rights, choice of spouse, the right to divorce, King of real estate, and financial management of the husband, but it soon lost those rights after his death, became a pariah despised lot, and it came to it Has been withheld from the male relative, father and brother, uncles, and no right to see one of the men at all.

*The Romans, was their perception of the inferiority of women look, Roman law, making them incompetent creature, such as children and treat psychiatric, and was sold by the head of the family, women have not fared better in other peoples and nations, have been treated with contempt at the Babylonians, Assyrians, Berbers.

*But it was placed in a prominent Egyptian civilization, rich in class, and benefits the King, written laws, and practiced the policy, saying the woman of the house, attributed to children in many cases, but they were treated harshly in criminal law, but in the class of poor women was lived difficult circumstances

*Thus, before Islam in the Arabian Peninsula, where loud as the wealthy ruling circles at their relatives, and the men and appreciated the care and compassion, and in other social class, was not able to get rid of that situation which was often the types of Muslim humiliated, and Richard of , And pictures of the terrible cruelty. "

*Islam came after he decided to anyone who's responsible, such as women and men with rights and duties just like men
God  order   "Alhadjab"(to cover her body at an exit or meet  other men) to protect it from evil souls looking for the requirements of instincts ..

Now is a critical aspect in the hearts of women and feel proud ..
But that does not mean they
are disappear ..!!!

 Because they are the roles and great value in society ... and a strong presence, especially in the last period ..
without  make any concessions on the women's humanity or dignity ..


In fact .. that Alastair (covering her body at an exit or meet men who are not relatives) keeping women ..
 can not be a barrier in front of her or hindered ..

*And who think it  barrier ...!!!
in fact is weakness and lack of confidence in themselves ..

*Islam gave women freedom from more than 1400 years ...!!
The Western world has given women freedom from less than 100 years ...!!!!

*Injustice suffered by women in some Islamic societies, because the governments and social systems had not given rights imposed by God to women ...

Thank God, a women in Saudi Arabia began to learn about their rights and Claim their recovery rights what given by god.

 And the system began helping her to get what she want

In fact, this trait of the Saudi man for his love interest in his family and to protect them from harm .. and his understanding of religion Which protects and preserves the self and family money and freedom...

It is make him more Committed to the teachings of Islam...

Thank you for giving me the time and read my article ....

anyone have a point of view or any other
comment I wish to add to the article..

Thank you

sun queenSmile



10:23 AM Dec 14 2008

romantic sensation
Saudi Arabia




u right


at the end


i will always say am very broud to be a muslim Smile