Tuesday, July 25, 2006

am i dead?

i am becoming very paranoiac. maybe it is a side effect of the war.
i can not access kerblog anymore. there is only a blank page.
i received two emails so far reporting the same problem.
am i being stopped?
if this problem remains, it would mean that my blog has been stopped by "somebody".
could "somebody" be afraid of what i am doing? it would be great!
anyways, if you can read this post it means i still can post. so i'll continue it "blind".

30 Comments:

Blogger aloysiusprimus said...

I can still read your comment in Nieuwmoer, Flanders, Belgium, Europe; please, continue as you promised you would. The world should know from inside what 's going on where you live. I do hope you will succeed in letting all of us know about your situation.

9:00 PM  
Blogger heinz said...

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9:02 PM  
Blogger heinz said...

It could just mean that there are many hits to your page.
Nevertheless, blogspot is not known for it's realibility....

Greece here listening...

9:04 PM  
Blogger Pedro Fernandes said...

No, you're not dead. i'm from brazil and I can read your blog. keep posting.

9:06 PM  
Blogger paris13 said...

It works!
ça marche!
You're ALIVE!
Comment est ce qu'on dit COURAGE en Libanais?
Vive la VIE & Vive L'AMOUR!

9:08 PM  
Blogger heath said...

you were blank, but now you are not! keep on keepin on.

9:17 PM  
Blogger Massimo said...

Keep going!

If Blogger keeps on bogging you, try wordpress.com or I can put up a blog on my own domain if you want. Say the word! We'll figure something out.

9:24 PM  
Blogger illusion of progress said...

OK. That's better. I'm so addicted to your blog that after 24hrs without it, i start shaking....and calling!
mz

9:33 PM  
Blogger Blue said...

You're still here, and I'm grateful.

-Blue

9:33 PM  
Blogger hbbk said...

Pas de problèmes Béchir tu es toujours VIVANT et bien vivant et surtout continue de l'être, on t'aime et on pense à toi ainsi qu'à tous les Libanais coincés dans cette merde. Continue de publier même à l'aveugle, je ne pense pas qu'il y ait censure mais j'espere comme toi que tes écris peuvent faire pencher un peu la balance du bon coté... paix

9:43 PM  
Blogger Paul Illek said...

Not dead definitely,you've reached the UK and your drawing is on my desktop.
The politicians are doing their ancient dance - no rhythm, no movement - but life will go on.
Stick with it!
Paul

9:47 PM  
Blogger Angel said...

Welcome back - we missed you!

9:50 PM  
Blogger hbbk said...

Pourquoi je t'ai appellé béchir moi !!!??? J'suis con ou quoi ?!!! Excuses moi mon ami Mazen !!!

9:50 PM  
Blogger Gaagaamiczec said...

Just sign in to say hello and give you some support;)
Greetings from Germany

9:52 PM  
Blogger pabs said...

Hi Mazen (Pablo Madrid) You come across loud and clear. Keep it up but if the thing starts to cause problems, do have alternatives open (and please, please, please anounce any www adress changes on mailists -Modisti's, etc so that we can trace you! You've got to remember that at the moment you are quite a big "attractor" in systemic terms and most most of our axons and synapses meet and take place through you! Keep your web weaving! Stay well

9:54 PM  
Blogger Pedro Fernandes said...

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9:55 PM  
Blogger backenas said...

I think I'm also becoming paranoid...Yesterday I got an e-mail from Maria Küchen with the subject (directly translated to english): Mazen in Comma. I thought it was mis-spelled and saying Mazen in Coma...
Comma is a swedish poetry-magazine...
david

9:57 PM  
Blogger Pedro Fernandes said...

Pedro Fernandes disse...
Hi, Kerbaj.

I'm a brazilian journalist and i writing about the israeli bombing on Lebanon. I work at a weekly teen supplement of an important journal of Brazil, Jornal A Tarde. I would like you to write for us a little text (25 lines) about the situation of lebanese people, and about the mediatic covering of war. We want to show to brazilian people what's going on truly in Lebanon in a vision of lebanese people.
In the piece we will write about the war and your causes, and about lebanese people are using blogs to show your side of history. Can I count with your colaboration?
My e-mail is pfernandes@grupoatarde.com.br

Thanks

Pedro Fernandes

9:55 PM

9:59 PM  
Blogger Hana said...

I can read you loud and clear from America and want to thank you so much for posting and I hope you don't get shut down! What you're doing is a great thing. I live in a boarding house and already everyone in my house is addicted to your blog and your mothers. Thank you so much for being willing to share what is going on there.

9:59 PM  
Blogger xana said...

here in portugal we are following your words, sounds and drawings with all respect and solidariety. we'll pass your message.
we'll shout in front of israel's embassy this wednesday.

10:26 PM  
Blogger Blue said...

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12:01 AM  
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12:02 AM  
Blogger Liev said...

I just found your blog after reading about it on MSNBC.. you are being heard loud and clear in Canada.. keep the faith

2:05 AM  
Blogger Habibiumm said...

I am still here my friend. we need you to continue telling us the real truth. I am Lebanese American and I dislike Bush and his cronies very much. I have family in Hamat and I am keeping you all in my prayers. I am sorry for my "country" and ashamed.

3:03 AM  
Blogger A. Castanho said...

It happened to me too, here in Lisbon (Portugal)! But now it came back to normal, fortunately...

Funny, I never thought I'd be commenting on a Lebanese blog!...

Do you know that the classical Fenician people influenced the portuguese culture too?

We're not as far as we suppose...

So keep on resisting! We'll keep on supporting you, as much as we possibly can...

CONTINUE YOUR WORK FOR PEACE!

7:51 PM  
Blogger Mr.B said...

Me too
Iranian conspiracy? Israeli conspiracy?
Trying to feel more in control.

6:14 PM  
Blogger Imperatrix420 said...

I read about your blog on NY Times.com and created my own account just so I could post to you. I am in the S.E. Part of the US (Georgia) and I am happy that your page came through loud and clear. Your emphasis of Art and Peace over politics is commendable.

Peace

8:15 PM  
Blogger Henk said...

Hello Mazen
letting you know that a lot of us in Malawi are supporting you, only just now heard of you, hold on this too will pass!!!!

7:34 PM  
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