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02.08.06, 11:39
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    • gajasirocco "Z oblężonego kraju-Blogi wojny"Angora 33 z Libanu 08.08.06, 15:52
      Na podstawie

      "Zbombardowali sierociniec! Ci dranie zabili sieroty! Zburzyli teżinne budynki,
      supermarkety i gospodarstwa. 60 osób zginęło. (Boubeyeh)

      "Gdzie dzieci?
      Dźwięk ciszy jest ogłuszający.
      Gdzie dzieci?
      Niewinne i piękne dzieci...
      Pokryte gruzem.
      Dźwięk ciszy jest ogłuszający.
      Gdzie dzieci?
      ...i wiele innych
    • beduinka with love from Beirut 08.08.06, 22:27
      ... last night.. last night... i don't even know where to begin from...

      it seems the bombs are getting louder. perhaps they are the new ones from
      the US expedited delivery.

      they hit everywhere last night. beirut, jounieh, roads leading to the
      north.... bridges in the north... the only highway left, leading to the
      North, the last escape route to Syria, was hit.

      we are all trapped now.. waiting... waiting...

      the bombs started around 1am in Dahiye... we had some friends over...
      everyone was in a state of panic... we waited a bit and then everyone made
      run for it, to go home. one of my friends lives outside of Beirut towards
      the north.. a trip that would usually take about 20 min, he made it in
      5. then the bombing started up again... they hit Ouzai which is the
      part of Beirut. they kept hitting Dahiye... my bed was shaking all night.
      the noise was so loud. definitely not like the kind we were hearing

      i am so drained, my head is buzzing... lack of sleep, lack of food... i
      pulling myself together, but it is not easy.

      - new major bridges hit, ghazir, adma, batroun, mameltain, jbeil (all
      of beirut, all Christian areas)
      - ouzai (residential area)
      - more dahiye (charity institutions, ngo buildings hit)
      - the forest in adma is on fire... there is not way to stop the fire,
      the roads cut
      - baalbeck was pounded again (there was a helicopter raid a few nights
      they landed on a hospital, many civilians killed, several kidnapped,
      including a 15 year old goat header)
      - masnaa was hit again (that is the eastern road to damascus)
      - they hit the electricity power station in the be'kaa; so many people
      without power there
      - and the shelling continues in the south; nabatiye, sour (tyr), etc..

      we are running out of FUEL. soon there will be no more electricity. soon
      generators will stop working. people in hospitals will die.

      The oil spill is a disaster... It has reached as far into Syria, killing
      everything in its path.

      more and more civilians killed... more and more civilians massacred...

      and the world watches on...

      i have gotten many emails saying that there are people supporting us..
      people behind us.. people out there making a difference... thank you. i
      thank you with all my heart.

      but, i do know that the majority of the world is also just going about
      everyday business... oh, another war in the Middle East, not our
      switch the channel... move on to something else. "Thank God, it's not
      anyway those terrorists deserve it." they are caught up in their own
      everyday problems.. paying bills, taking care of the family, moving on
      up in the world...

      ... umm can someone tell them i am not a terrorist. please.

      everyday there is a new war, so why should this one be any different? it
      become so easy to say the word "war." it has become so easy to generalize
      and stereotype. it is on tv everyday... it is no more a shocking event.
      has become a norm... or standard.. and all it does is continue to breed
      hatred and violence...

      people are making money off this war. people are going to make money off
      reconstruction. is that what is taking so long for the ceasefire to
      are they busy negotiating the spoils of war?

      ... while we sit here in pain and anxiety and sorrow and loss....

      war can not be a way of life.
    • japolak Re: "Blogowiska" 09.08.06, 01:29
      Własnie czytalem na GW iż liczba ofiar libańskich przekroczyła tysiąc.
      Jeden z internautów zastanawiał się, ile jest po drugiej, izralelskiej
      stronie, "pewnie 10 %" - więc zerknałem na bloggingbeirut i podalem aktualną
      A w międzyczasie jakiś "polski patriota" na tamtym forum zachwycać się
      zaczął "deratyzacją" kolejnego kraju arabskiego...

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