Muslim Eve\’s Ramblings

July 11, 2007

Random thoughts

Filed under: Muslim Life — Me2 @ 6:37 pm

Idea No. !

Wow… it’s been a long time since I posted in here… as an ex-blog addictive I didn’t think that I’ll stop posting my nonsense thoughts that easy.

Anyway, I still don’t have much to say or maybe I’ll find what to write on the way…

I just remembered to read my profile for no reason,,, Then I just realized that there’ll be misunderstanding if any non Muslim red it or even Muslims, as I wrote that I’m not relegious.. as it maybe give that idea that I don’t believe in my Religion ..

It’s just that I’m not doing all that I should do that’s why i considered my self not very much a religious person, I think I need to do more effort about that issue, I need to get closer to God & pray more, I need to wear Hijab & never take it off, I need also to do all of that according to my deep believes not just because I should do it.

Maybe next time I’ll do much better.

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Idea No. 2

I’m really worried about our future according to the stupid American media control of people’s brains, as it controls most of the youth brains throught the news, movies, music & much more.

It effects young people all over the world

in the US most to people there have no idea how is it like in the middle-east, they believe all what they see & hear through their TV’s , they didn’t try to visit a muslim country to judge them depending on real facts.

I found in yahoo answer a girl wants to visit Egypt & afraid because she thinks that Egyptians will kidnap her because she’s American… wooow ,,, people get stupid day after day as they’re depending on other to control their lives without even feeling it!!!! She doesn’t even know the difference between Iraq & Egypt to think that way… her brain calculated it very wrong

Muslims = terrorists

Terrorists = kidnaping Americans

Iraq = terrorists

Iraq = muslim country

Egypt = muslim country

Then:

Egypt = terrorists

Visiting Egypt = kidnaping her!!!!

funny ,,, isn’t it

Terror

On the other hand>>>>>>

Media controls young people’s brain in middle-east

youth think that th e US is the land of good life,,, power & money

funny that they didn’t notice that nothing is that easy as it’s in everywhere, there’s poor people there, jobs are not so easy as they think

life is like living in a spinning machine that never stops,, there’s no pure relationships as it’s in their home land

there’s too much violence too all kind of horrible crimes that even doesn’t exist in here

too much of every bad thing,,, all that they think is being free to do whatever ,,, never thought about the price

well,,, my dear youth dreamy guys,,, try to use your brain once & forget about those sexy clips & movies you’re watching, then you’ll discover the ugly truth.

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Idea No. 3

Quote of the day 🙂

Search for any disaster around the world you’ll find the US behind it ( using the helping others excuse)

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2 Comments »

  1. Right… Americans are stupid to think that Egypt is risky.

    wake up. it’s not because egypt is a muslim country that foreigners have concerns, and it isn’t that we don’t know the difference between iraq and egypt…it’s because muslim fundamentalists DO IN FACT kill foreigners in Egypt.

    or perhaps your press isn’t free enough to report the news of attacks on foreigners in egypt? are the below stories new to you?

    >>>>
    From Times Online
    April 24, 2006
    Bomb blasts kill dozens at Egypt tourist resort
    By Simon Freeman, Ian Evans and agencies

    At least 30 people have been killed and more than 150 others injured by bombs which ripped through a hotel, restaurant and market in Dahab, a popular diving and holiday resort on Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula.

    The three blasts went off in rapid succession causing devastation and panic in el-Mabat, a laid-back district of the Red Sea town popular with Western backpackers.

    Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak called the blasts a terrorist act, the state news MENA reported.

    “The president stressed the need to … track down those responsible for this wicked terrorist act so that they pay the penalty by force of law,” MENA said.

    ANDEPTH: EGYPTIAN ATTACKS
    Targeting civilians
    CBC News Online | July 25, 2005

    Since the early 1990s, there has been a string of attacks on civilians by suspected Islamic militants in Egypt. The country’s authorities have accused several groups of trying to destabilize the tourist industry, which is worth about $6 billion US a year to Egypt’s economy.

    Authorities have also said most of the attacks are likely the work of people who want to overthrow the country’s secular government and replace it with an Islamic fundamentalist regime.

    Two groups authorities have named – the Egyptian Islamic Jihad and Al-Gama’a al-Islamiyya – have been blamed for many of the attacks on civilians as well as the killings of several of the region’s key figures.

    Members of Egyptian Islamic Jihad were blamed for the assassination of President Anwar Sadat on Oct. 6, 1981, a month after he cracked down on Muslim and Coptic organizations, throwing 1,600 people in jail. The organization was also angry that he had negotiated a peace treaty with Israel. Sadat was shot by soldiers who were members of Egyptian Islamic Jihad during a military parade.

    Al-Gama’a al-Islamiyya claims the blind cleric Omar Abdel-Rahman as its spiritual leader. He’s serving a life sentence in the United States in connection with the 1993 bombing of the World Trade Center in New York. Two members of the group were convicted of the 1992 killing of Farag Foda, an Egyptian who was harshly critical of Islamic fundamentalism. The group is also believed to have been responsible for an attempt to assassinate Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak while he was visiting Ethiopia in 1995.

    The following is a timeline of attacks on civilians that began in 1992, when Egyptian authorities say fundamentalists started targeting the tourist industry:

    Oct. 21, 1992:
    A British woman is killed and two British men are wounded when their tourist bus is ambushed.

    Feb. 26, 1993:
    A Turk, a Swede and an Egyptian die when a bomb rips through a Cairo coffee shop. Twenty others are wounded.

    June 8, 1993:
    A bomb goes off near a tour bus on Pyramids Road in Cairo. Two Egyptians die and 22 people of various nationalities are wounded.

    March 4, 1994:
    A German tourist is killed when gunmen open fire at a Nile tour boat in southern Egypt.

    Aug. 26, 1994:
    A Spanish boy dies when a tourist bus comes under fire in southern Egypt.

    Sept. 27, 1994:
    Two Egyptians and two German tourists are killed in an attack on the Red Sea resort of Hurghada.

    Oct. 23, 1994:
    A British tourist is killed and three others are wounded when their minibus is attacked.

    April 18, 1996:
    Eighteen Greek tourists are shot and killed in an attack near the Pyramids. The gunmen said they thought they were killing Israelis.

    Sept. 18, 1997:
    Nine German tourists and their driver are killed in a shooting and firebomb attack outside the Egyptian Museum in Cairo.

    Nov. 17, 1997:
    Attackers kill 58 tourists and four Egyptians at an ancient temple near the southern town of Luxor. Six gunmen and three police officers also die. The Luxor massacre is the worst in Egypt in decades. The militants responsible for the massacre were leading members of Egypt’s largest Islamist group, Al-Gama’a al-Islamiyya. It’s believed the attack was meant to destabilize Egypt’s tourist industry and its secular government.

    Oct. 7, 2004:
    Bombs go off outside the Taba Hilton hotel on Egypt’s border with Israel, killing 34 people. The area is a popular destination for Israeli tourists. A month earlier, Israel’s counter-terrorism agency warned that visiting the Sinai could be dangerous because of intelligence that pointed to the likelihood of an attack by militants on civilians.

    April 7, 2005:
    An attack in a Cairo bazaar kills an American and two French citizens as well as the suspected suicide bomber.

    April 30, 2005:
    A suicide bomber sets off a nail bomb, wounding seven, including two Israelis, an Italian and a Swede, near the Egyptian museum in central Cairo. An hour later, the man’s sister and fiancée open fire on a tourist bus in another part of Cairo. One commits suicide after killing the other. No tourists are injured in the attack.

    July 23, 2005:
    A series of car bombs explode in the popular tourist destination of Sharm el-Sheikh. At least 88 people are killed and more than 200 are wounded, including many foreigners. Most of the dead are Egyptians. It’s believed a suicide bomber rammed a car laden with explosives into the Ghazala Gardens Hotel after running over two police officers. A second car explodes at city’s old market. It’s believed the car was to have been detonated outside a second hotel.

    Egyptian police are said to be looking for several Pakistani men in connection with the attack. An Egyptian group – the Mujahedeen – claims responsibility for the attack. Police were trying to determined whether there was a link between this attack and the bombing of Taba Hilton in October 2004.

    July 24, 2005:
    A man carrying an explosive is badly injured after it goes off while he is carrying it. Police investigate whether he was planning to detonate the device near the Pyramids.

    Comment by merwin — April 1, 2008 @ 9:55 pm

  2. I can read english ,,, you can’t read arabic,,, I think you noticed that already
    wanna say that if our media hides facts as you think ( but it’s not true) then I have the internet & as I told you b4 I can read english 😀
    but you don’t know anything from our media cuz simply you can’t read arabic

    twisting facts is a famous game of the media in general

    I know all about the attacks
    but IF you think it’s a strong reason for avoiding Egypt
    then I should avoid visiting the united states as the rape & crimes rate there is much much more than the rate of those attacks
    sure the US is black listed to me this way

    Comment by Me2 — April 11, 2008 @ 12:10 pm


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