Sunday, February 06, 2005

Goodbye....happiness days

The vacation is over....what a pity.
I didn't enjoy my vacation because of curfew , security situation and thinking wether my marks will be good enough.
We went to school yesterday, we got the marks and it was good but I am not confidence with it.
any how,Mosul became safer after the Iraqi army and american caught A LOT OF criminals.
These criminals apeared on the local TV almost everyday,they were beheading , kidnaping and stealing the people.

I have dicovered this Iraqi site, his owner lives in USA , to see the site click here

I have to go and study now, you know school means suferring :)

keep in touch



Blogger praktike said...

Good luck with school and the security situation. I'm glad to see it's getting better.

Do you know about It has a list of all the Iraqi bloggers.

8:20 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hello. I found your blog from Najma on A Star from Mosul. Look forward to reading your thoughts!

9:46 PM  
Blogger Call Me Grandma said...

Good luck with your site.

1:39 AM  
Blogger Mike O said...

I'll tell you as I tell my 16-year-old son; working hard in school now makes for easier work later :) Glad Mosul is getting better; hopefully, the thugs will realize it's hopeless and give it up.

8:27 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi best wishs.
I suppose you know now that your now a big part of the war,now that you have a blog and you are an Iraqi.
This invasion of your country is mostly now just surviving in the media war.
And the american war machine now realizes that one of the only way people outside Iraq can get real info is to read blogs.
So the usa secret police like cia,fbi,etc,etc,etc has started attacking blogs like yours with right wing values.
They will try to come across as family people and wish you the best,blah,blah and insert their usa values into the monologue.
A Star in mosul realized this with her blog as spies took over her comments section with mainstream tv propagander,so she wisely closed the comments(as most good blogs in a war zone do after a while).
Of course people and friends can still email her and other bloggers,but she doesnt get this false debate going on between these cops.
Aunt Najma has had one of the great blogs(along with riverbend,Raed and Dahr Jamail) which will last well into the future and give her a good future,mainly because she speaks from the heart and doesnt follow the propagander and deep down is not afraid to speek truth to power...

I suppose what i am saying is to please close your comments section and accept emails from your friends/readers/anyone and dont become part of the usa war effort in your comments section.
cheers and good luck david

Ps. if u think the ex cia agent (alawi) is winning the election,then maybe you have been watching too much tv.

3:34 PM  
Blogger praktike said...

Well, Mr. Anonymous, I can assure you that I, for one, am not a CIA agent. I would hope that CIA agents have more important things to do than read a lot of blogs! But I'm just a regular American with an internet connection, and by the way I didn't support the war but I do wish the Iraqi people the best. I think the reason Najma shut down her comment section was that it bothered her (there was one Australian guy who was particulary annoying), and so the grandson should make his own decisions about whether to keep it open or not.

3:21 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I can see why an Iraqi blogger would want to close their comments. THE GRANDSON, I hope you stay safe, healthy and happy. I am sorry that this war has been so painful, and I am sorry that Saddam did what he did. Have fun in school:)

9:32 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hello Grandson, As a Grandfather in Houston I am so glad that you are posting your thoughts on every day life in Iraq. Many in America and throughout the world are hoping for future peace and prosperity for all the Iraqui people. As a retired mathematics teacher I can assure you that the "pain and suffering" :-)that you are going through now will be worth it as you build a free and prosperous Iraq in the future. Best wishes for you, your family and all Iraquis. Wade in Houston, Texas

9:02 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Congratulations on your elections! As a Greatgrandfather living in Tennessee, I admire your courage to start your own blog. The husband of my niece is in Mosul training new Police Officers. I hope everything works out good for you in school.

9:12 PM  

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