The Pain Gun is here!
February 2007 archive
I remember watching this SouthPark episode, where a kindergarden teacher has an affair with Kyle's little Brother Ike, who is like 4 years old. When confornted with her pedophilia, she got out of it by calling in a press conference and announcing that she regretted her actions and blamed it on her Alcoholism, which she would seek treatment for immediely, which, of course, she didn't, and she continued having the affair with Ike! They called it the Mel Gibson defense.
I don't know why I was reminded of that episode when I read this..
Well, with foriegn arabs flocking to Iraq to blow themselves up and funding iraqis to do the same, not to mention the redicilous arab worship to Sadam and Zarqawi, I am surprised this didn't happen sooner!
No. Bad idea. I want Bill to be the first man, in charge of Education, Women and Childre…ehh…Ok, maybe it's not such a bad idea after all!
Abdel Karim father announced today that he is disowning Abdel Karim, and that he would like to see Sharia Law applied to his son, in which he would have 3 days to repent at the end of which if he is not repentent, he would be killed. The Father also announced that he intends to disown his son publically in court- accompanied by his Koran-memorizing 4 other children- the day of the verdict in order to "lift the pressure" that the civil society and human rights organization maybe imposing on the Court. He also called the Human Rights organizations who are fighting for his son's freedom "Chimps Rights Organizations" since "they are defending a Chimp like AbdelKarim" who is emulating the west in "their thinking and opinions". Nice, eh?
Why do I have the feeling that this court session will be a circus?
..by having sex in the middle of the fastlane.
Now, it's not like I approve of or encourage that kind of behaviour, but…… They either know passion for each other so great that they just didn;t care about anything, or they are utterly shameless. I guess what I am trying to say is..I am jealous! Very Very jealous!
So, after my dad was done with his operation, my mom ends up falling on her face and gets torn ligements in her arm and leg. This meant that being the good son that I am I had to check up on both him and her, which sucks because they were in 2 totally opposite neighbourhoods, each at one edge of cairo. This is why I have been lite-blogging. Sorry, but family comes first!
B ut anyway, it's all over now, and all is well. Thanks for your prayers!
The Egyptian Mufti- yes, that guy – just issued a fantastic new Fatwa: He said that it is Halal (permissible in Islam) for any female who lost her hymen for any reason to do the operation to have their hymen re-instated. His reasoning? Well, that the Islamic religion calls for Shielding yourself from Scandal (El Satr), and if a re-hymenization operation will do that, then Islam allows it. However, and I am quoting him here, "If a girl does this, she should not tell her Fiance of her operation, and the same applies to the married woman committing adultery, for she shouldn't tell her husbend that commited such an act." He states that this is not wrong or deceptive in anyway, since it aims at "maintaining family unity"- yes he used that excuse again- and "helping fornicating girls to have a second chance in life and be able to get married". That, apparently, makes it OK!
I love this stupid stupid man. He makes me laugh!
This is pricesless:
An international grade school poetry contest
quickly deteriorated into an aggressive cyberspace battle for Middle
Eastern honor when word got out on the Internet that a nine-year-old
Israeli girl had pulled ahead of an Egyptian competitor and threatened
to take first prize.
Sharon Livneh, a fourth grader at Ma'aleh Adumim's Sde Hemed
elementary school, had no idea when she penned a poem about her
sister's bat mitzva that she had set off a chain of events that would
lead to a fierce Arab-Israeli confrontation on the Internet.
Livneh was the pride of her school and hometown when she became
the only Israeli to be chosen as one of six finalists in a British
Council-sponsored poetry contest.
Just a few hundred kilometers south of Livneh's home an
Egyptian school boy named Youssef el-Kattan was also celebrating his
The two children's poems along with their names and countries
of origin appeared on the British Council's Web site. Whoever received
the most votes via the Internet would win.
You can see where this may be going..
Almost immediately it was clear that Livneh and
el-Kattan had attracted a disproportionately large amount of attention
on the Web. While most children had received dozens of votes, Livneh
and el-Kattan had accrued thousands.
"All along she was in second place," recalled Sharon's mother, Adina. "Youssef from Egypt was in first place.
"But around 2 p.m. on Monday, Sharon pulled ahead with 3,475
votes against his 3,445. I admit that I and Sharon's grandfather were
doing some serious campaigning among friends and family.
What happened next was truly funny!
"All of a sudden they dropped a bomb on us. At 5:40
p.m., Sharon had 4,171 votes, while Youssef had 39,538. Two-and-a-half
hours later the results were 4,476 and 43,347."
So, the mother of Sharon complained about possible foul-play and the Council suspended the voting. You wanna know what the final count was?
Before the British Council suspended the voting, Youssef was leading with 70,000 votes to Sharon's 5,000.
I love the Middle-East!
I know, I know. It's old news, but seriously, have you seen her Syria interview? Check that shit out here!
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