Sunday, June 18, 2006

Where Were Those Voices

First of all I want to make one thing clear here; that I DO NOT support what happened in Jordan last November.

Now I can start.

Al Zarqawi was killed, and wheather you like him or not, some or in fact most of people do like him due to the resistance he was leading against the American and the British armies.

According to aljazeera.net 75.3% think that Al Zarqawi was a revolutionary not a terrorist, 71.7 felt sad about Al Zarqawi's death.

In the last few days there was a huge attack in the newspapers against the 4 deputies who went to Al Zarqawi's Funeral Home.
My question is:
Where were these voices when some people went to Rabin's tomb and paid condolences; nothing happened to those people, no one wrote about them, and they are still working and expressing thier ideas just like before.

Where were these voices when Olmert visited Jordan after few days of killing Huda's family while they were on Gaza's beach for a picnic.

Those deputies were eleceted by people, and only people have the right to judge them by either electing them for another round or not.

5 Comments:

Anonymous iman said...

Simply put: these people do not have the freedom to voice their opinion about such things! the government will not allow them... and many will find justification for attending rabin's funeral, olmert's visits and attending sharon's funeral when he dies...as mentioned here

18 June, 2006 05:29  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

it is not the time for such silly questions,,. but it's the time to know who are jordanian and who are not, just try to be a real jordanian for one day and you'll find the differnce.
are you worry from these voices?, do you want jordanian's quite and silent for ever??!!!! one day the sun will rise ..........

18 June, 2006 10:00  
Anonymous iman said...

anonymous... What are you talking about? I don't get what you mean! What's so silly about the question? Please elaborate. Thanks

20 June, 2006 03:55  
Blogger ABOUD said...

Iman you are absolutely right, I bet that those "patriotic" won't dare to say a thing about that.

Anonymous; what are you talking about???
Real Jordanian!!!
Being a real Jordanian means that you have to love the country and the people of this country, defend its people whatsoever and to elaborate its freedom.

Why things are always like this in Jordan, whenever anybody criticises the government for any reason he turns into a traitor?

Jordan is NOT the government, it is a country that we are willing to sacrifice for and to die for its freedom unlike those who care nothing about the country.

20 June, 2006 09:14  
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