Saturday, August 19, 2006


from under the lebanese earth
more than 1500 persons are asking themselves



Blogger laure ghorayeb said...

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6:27 PM  
Blogger laure ghorayeb said...

bravo aboulmiz pour ce petit dessin acide et est bien direct.c'est aussi une page d'histoire qui semble être un accident de parcours ni voulu ni accepté

6:31 PM  
Blogger André Ferreira said...

Congratulations for your work, Mazen. I hope with all my strength that this war will be over soon. I hope something enlightens the minds of the people involved in this stupid and purposeless war, that only kills innocent people and buries our belief in human intelligence. Hang on! My thoughts are with the lebanese people.

Andre, from Brazil.

10:54 PM  
Blogger Dany said...

Bravo pour ce dessin et cette question qui nous tracasse tous...

2:50 AM  
Blogger Ibn Bint Jbeil said...

they say much more than that. you are not the only one who hears the dead. i hear them too. they sing songs of triumph. you hear the despair that you are addicted to.

7:42 AM  
Blogger mazen said...

my dear bint jbeil son,
i do not hear the deads singing indeed. i hope they're not anyways. i also don't think that 2 months old kids can sing, or else we should send them to the guiness book of records.
to cut it short, i am very glad that the israeli troops couldn't invade lebanon like they want, but still, i do not believe that ANY human life is worth a triumph.

3:00 PM  
Blogger yougogirl said...

We may not know why, but hopefully live long enough to know how to stop these things from happening again.

Keep up the good work!

5:05 PM  
Blogger vanessalala said...

il est impossible de dire combien de personnes de part le monde se demandent pourquoi.Toutes ces personnes sont bien sûr sans moyen d'agir face à tant d'ignominie,mais entre autres grâce à ton blog,il leur est possible d'exprimer leur colère,leur incompréhension et leur désespoir.Ce blog est une fenêtre sur ce qu'il reste d'humanité et franchement merci.ça ne change rien à l'horreur mais ça laisse un peu d'espoir.Et puis ça laisse une trace,l'histoire est trop souvent réinventée.

6:22 PM  
Blogger Roy said...

Why...? You are right.

6:26 PM  
Blogger freespeechlover said...

you are a model for me of how to represent the unspeakable without overwhelming and disempowering your viewer while also provoking her or him to think, engage, act, not be in denial.

9:28 PM  
Blogger PORTÁTIL said...

i feell like your work is the only information i can believe, you are the one who tells me what is real today in your country,
when i read the news i don´t understand words like "hostility" to name bombs over hundreds of people, or worst, when i read the bible, gods tell the isreali people he will kill the people from canaan and sorroundings so they can live there without menaces
i don´t understand that kind of words
and i still hear your question in my head

5:28 PM  
Blogger Zvik said...

Hezbollah may have an answer

4:03 PM  
Blogger Boaana said...

more imortant is if you would understand,
even more if you knew, because if you don't
a question may remain demanding more.
do you count the trees in the land
giving a shadow
protecting from the burning sun,
our fire giving warmth,
the star of life.?
some may be greatful for
the drawing inconveniet, improper,
as you would wish the tree replaced
by a human body sucking air,
the tree cut off the centre
replacing the everlasting magic
for a human brain.

did da Vinci curse the drawing?
there is a secret he, the mighty man, didn't know,
but a simple one
revealed by no $ spent!!!

if you would just understand a corrupted mind?!
a friend!?! a smiling one?! a fake!

7:28 PM  

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