Saturday, July 29, 2006

a normal day

a normal day

phone (a lot)


table tennis

moujaddara and cabbage salad
at my parents

drawing (not much)

cigarettes and beers




Blogger heretiger said...

i am a musician. i just heard your music on public radio here in the u.s. i have no words. my heart is broken and you make a lot of sense to me. where can i hear your balcony recordings. i want my world to hear them.

2:18 AM  
Blogger billfish said...

I'm no longer sure what "normal" means. There are far too many who will accept the propaganda, because when it all becomes too painful to deal with, one simply pushes a button on the remote control and we see happy things, which steer us away from the truth, because the truth is very often painful. I wish I had a button on my remote control that could make the bombs stop, as well as the hate that brought them. Keep your head down, and keep telling the world the truth, however painful or inconvenient. I hope peace will find you again.

6:01 AM  
Blogger turtledove said...

the music is incredible.

keep safe

7:16 AM  
Blogger Blue said...

Heard you on U.S. public radio today. Nice to have a voice to go with the incredible art. We're listening; we're reading.


8:40 AM  
Blogger joladies said...

We hear you loud and clear Mazen. Can you feel the energy we are sending you through cyberspace ...

Keep safe, keep blogging - the music and the art is getting louder by the day.

You will be heard!

9:56 AM  
Blogger dolfpauw said...

Hello Mazen

After fifteen days
a normal day

you still exist!
greetings dolfpauw

10:04 AM  
Blogger derekholzer said...

Hello Mazen,

a week or so ago Yannick asked me to host Starry Night for you. I was traveling and it was difficult to get access to my server to do that. I see that the piece has been spread around a lot of websites now, which is fantastic and I'm happy for that. If it's not too late, I would like to post Starry Night on the front page of With your permission of course! Also, if you are making any further recordings I would be happy to host them. Just ask. I am still amazed that the IDF hasn't destroyed the "terrorist infrastructure" you are using to communicate to the world, and I hope more than anything that the roof over your head stays solid.

best wishes from Berlin,
derek AT

12:20 PM  
Blogger McKat said...

I wish the sadness and despair of most of us simple people could be of some power to stop this hell. ...speechless...

3:05 PM  
Blogger I AM KAT. said...

I read about you in our newspaper and was immediatelly drawn to your website. Amazing...

4:28 PM  
Blogger Viagem pelas ruas da amargura said...

Don't give up, never give up!

9:23 PM  
Blogger backenas said...

That food sounds better than the hamburgers I saw you eat in april!

lots of love

11:35 PM  
Blogger Unknown said...

touching your blog.
Keep Safe and keep blogging.

11:39 PM  
Blogger JC2005 said...

hi mazen,

just check out this link (everybody):

(noam chomsky speaking)

12:15 AM  
Blogger streaming said...

merci pour avoir permit indirètement à tant de personnes d'avoir leur propre blog, grace à ta resistance, grace à ta fureur de vivre, grace à ton indignation sincère.
merci d'etre ce que tu es et de pouvoir atteindre des citoyens du monde entier.
je ne suis pas musicien, je ne dessine rien de très interssant, je ne peint pas, je ne sculpte pas, mais j'ecris grace à toi.
voilà mon blog, de paris, coincé :

12:20 AM  

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