Sunday, 4 November 2012

Miss you

I know its been ages since my last post update. But i was so busy with my wedding and the preparations that i had no time to even check my mail!
Anyhow i will be back soon posting photos from Thailand where i am right now spending my honeymoon.
Stay tuned :)

Saturday, 28 July 2012

Libya: Hello world!!

I don't think i can add anything to this photo. Overwhelming pride.
Libya is back!!
The lower photos represent the Libyan Olympic team in 1964!!

Sunday, 8 July 2012

Libya Elects

Finally after more than 42years of dictatorship libya is breathing the first breezes of freedom and taking a bite of the fruit of their revolution.
Yesterday was a festival all over libya especially in Tripoli it was an all nighter in the streets happiness and joy and mostly pride.

Sunday, 3 June 2012

Dear Egypt.... WTH!!

I guess all the world or at least the free world was shocked when yesterday the Egyptian Legal System granted Egypt's former president Hosni Mubarak a sentence to life of imprisonment and the two of his son's an acquittal  which led to an explosion of anger in the Egyptian streets  in most cities condemning the sentences that are not fair in any meanings.

Now all the voices who were criticizing the execution of Muaamar Ghaddafi by the hands of the Libyan Freedom Fighters should be shut up for good and for once. If we left this matter in the hands of the judical system or the Human Rights then we would have been witnessing the same disgrace.

One Egyptian citizen said : " At this moment we salute the revolution of the Libyans, it was truly a brave and real one".

A note to the world: THANK GOD we killed Ghaddafi instead of waiting for a fair trial.... simply because there is no such thing as fair trial for those "tyrants", do they really need witnesses or evident?!

and we DID it

Monday, 16 April 2012

Messy Bee




It's been a VERY long time since the last time I posted anything here.
To be honest work is to blame here, I've been working my butt off for 3 months now non stop no breaks whatsoever. and I really can do with one right now.
The problem is that I don't have a big vacation reserve if I might call it in my account, I have been working for a year and half now so all I have in my account is a month and nothing else.
And I have no idea when  my wedding is, so that's why I can't go on gambling with my precious vacation balance when I know I might need it dearly anytime soon.
So to cut the tension a bit I deactivated my Facebook account for a while, I know you might wonder what does Facebook have to do with any of this, I have been on Facebook for more than 4 years now and I literally live in it, Its the first thing I check in the morning when I arrive at my office I check from the phone when i'm not in my office (but still in the company) I check it once I get home.... keep checking it if I didn't go out, and after I get into bed and shut down my laptop... I use my mobile phone to CHECK!
And when I say check it means stay on it for not less than half an hour!
So this is creating a chaotic effect on my everyday life, my boss is pouring work on my head with tiny deadlines which in many cases lead to meltdowns, and then I get home exhausted and tired, I have no energy to do anything and if I HAVE to; i come back home semi-dead.
I hope this Non-Facebooking break will do me some good although i highly doubt it will make any difference since i'm switching to Blogger at the very moment.

Damn you Social Networks!!

Friday, 17 February 2012

Tripoli Nights Lit Up

No words no words at all can describe what Libyans felt today, over whelming waves of happiness and pride.
some photos of Tripoli this afternoon.... I'm speechless


My Lantern :)
 
Lanterns over the sky of Tripoli ♥













Martyr Square 17.Feb 2012
A video showing how Tripoli's sky was lit up tonight

Thursday, 16 February 2012

A Year After....

A year ago i would never have felt so proud as i feel today, Ghaddafi has sucked out of us all or any patriotic feeling we might have for our country. We always felt that Libya is Ghaddafi so we never felt that overwhelming feeling that we have today, today we pray and kneel down to kiss the Libyan soil as if it is pure gold.
Today we are proud as we have never been or ever will be, Libya is free and will be free forever.
We will never forget the price that has been paid, we will never forget our martyrs who put their lives in exchange of our freedom. we on't forget our wounded and our missing ones.
I can go on and on talking about our blessed revolution but the best things can never be said... in the heart they stay.
Alhamudlelah first and mostly and big thanks to all who supported us and prayed for my country.

Proud to be Libyan ♥
A post last year














Tuesday, 14 February 2012

New Little Kittens

Last night my cat Tutu gave birth to 3 little lovely cute kittens, and i have to mark that she was very brave and strong. I still haven't named any of them but i guess as they say they come with their names...

Tutu & Co.

Wednesday, 8 February 2012

Need I Say More?

Leaving the comments to you.... if you have any



Saturday, 4 February 2012

Same Stupid Bloody Scenario

I don't know where to start from, the Assad Regimen in Syria is brutally killing innocent people just for the guilt of asking for freedom. 200 casualties in one night!
As time escalates the regimen is getting more and more anxious to prove to the world they are still in control but the ugly truth is.... it's too late.
The beginning of the end has just started, and I am talking from experience since it happened only months ago that Libya has been through the EXACT same phases....
  • Denial (everything is perfect and we are in control!)
  • Anger (killing brutally to shut up all voices)
  • Bargaining (proposing solutions and promising to be more open to change .)
  • Depression (I don't care anymore you all should DIE)
  • Acceptance ( which in Arab regimens NEVER HAPPENS PERIOD)
Assad and his clan have proved that they have passed the borders of stupidity by overlooking the Libyan regimen's fatal end (which we all know was much stronger and  deeply rooted in the world) and denying that they sooner or later will face the same inevitable end .

A piece of advice to Bashar AL Assad......  YOU HAVE TO RUN RUN RUN BUT YOU AIN'T GONNA RUN FROM GOD.


 yes keep smiling you know he is waiting for you in hell