Friday, February 23, 2007

ملكي أكثر من الملك

Reading all these posts about what is happening in Jordan Blogs.

Firstly nobody can deny that what Khaled has done is a great job, and we really thank him for that, for he is really giving his own time for this to work out, and he has done it in a very short time and a very good way.

What I have thought of is that we don't have to be "ملكي أكثر من الملك", and at the same time, why would anybody be responsible of someone else's opinion, though I think that if the government was really pissed off, they would have got him long time ago.

So what I have thought of was putting a note on the home page of Jordan Blogs saying that

الآراء الواردة في هذا الموقع لاتعبر بالضرورة عن ادارته و تعبر فقط عن كاتبها"ا"
I think like this everyone will be happy, people can write whatever they want and they will be responsible for what they are doing, and at the same time there won't be any responsibility on Khaled or the others.


Anonymous bakkouz said...

Such a disclaimer does exist, its in the footer of the website:

" Jordan Blogs is not responsible for the content of its member blogs nor does it share the views of their respective authors"

23 February, 2007 16:05  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

That would be true if it's only about the king but it's not about protecting the king and none of bloggers taking the task of protecting the king at all.

it's about protecting our morals. Those nasty bloggers are talking about government and cursing the king without telling why? and without telling how to make things better, nor sharing blogospher with their profile that is full of achievments.

Those nasty bloggers are cursing Allah, it is very easy for them to curse allah and then they want blogospher to believe they they are working for better country.

No, Those people have agenda and abviously they are getting paid for what they say and do, So far there is NO BLOGGER with a constructive critisizm.

One may think that they have something to say but maybe they don't know how to present it but it turned out that it's not about presentation rather than their dirty ideology they are carrying.

They want blogospher to accept Pornographical content, unconstructive cretizem, cursing people, cursing allah and then they are AGAINST ALLIING WITH AMERICA!?!@

For god sake, what's their goal? do they have plans to make things better? or just to nagg and nagg?
for god sake someone answer me!

23 February, 2007 17:57  
Blogger ABOUD said...

bakkouz: my bad, now I feel like I have to delete this post :)

anonymous: I am with you 100% about that some people do not give any solutions for the problems. But on the other hand we have to know that people are mad, and they have the right to be. People have rage on everything, cause things are just going worse and worse, and frankly maybe they don't have solutions, but at least what is the government doing is not the solution either.

I mean who in the Arab world still trust his leaders?

So maybe these people have thought of solutions before, but as you know, you'll just get more depressed cause nobody will listen to you.

23 February, 2007 19:17  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It is people like you who make me feel this great amount of disgust every time I go threw jordanian blogs, and dont misunderstand me I am not disgusted by you I am disgusted by the low intellectual level those who claim to be well educated arabs have, why do you have to start mixing two or three subjects, talking about egyption bloggers, pornography and accusing people without proof, some of the deleted blogs from JB never insulted God and actually had solutions proposed all the time, it is not their fault that you can't read.

24 February, 2007 00:09  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm sure you didn't read my comment carefully.

24 February, 2007 01:28  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks to the anonymous commentator above who brought us valuable insight to the situation. Thanks a lot for being able to accurately pin point what constructive criticism is and his ability to use his below average language skills to identify those who are getting paid to bash the king and Allah (!!!!). Also special thanks to the internal intelligence devices who contacted Jordanian aggregators to remove such destructive blogs from the spaces so that the innocent naive and stupid idiots who refuse to acknowledge that we have a problem are protected from such bullshit. Good effort everyone. Way to look past the issue and make it a personal traditional Arabian dispute, while ignoring the hands behind it.

24 February, 2007 02:13  
Blogger ABOUD said...

Anonymous: Frankly I don't think that anybody will be paying someone to right something about Jordan.
What is the benefit of doing that?!

24 February, 2007 12:28  
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