Friday, July 21, 2006

to all the lebanese bloggers

i am receiving a lot of links but i am not finding any time to go check all the blogs. i am really sorry, but you know the time it takes to keep a blog going.
i am creating this post for you to add all your links on it in the comments section. maybe you can add a quick description if you like. i know it is not much but it is the only way for me to spread the word about all the lebanese blogs going around thes days.
i hope you'll see this post and send all the other lebanese bloggers.

keep it going. and encourage everybody you know to start a blog. your mom, dad, friends, family. everybody. we are writing our future's collective memory.


Blogger Rafaella Sargi said...

"L'art ce n'est pas la représentation d'une belle chose, c'est la belle représentation d'une chose" KANT

Merci Mazen

2:17 AM  
Blogger Nivana said...

Bonjour Mazen - I was listening to the radio in Australia yesterday morning and wanted to send you my hugs and good vibes - along with safety and and end to this destruction.

Take care of yourself and your family.


2:32 AM  
Blogger mazen (old profile) said...

thank you for your comments, but please do post them on other pages.
thank you again.

2:45 AM  
Blogger Exile said...

hey Mazen

Please don't stop giving interviews, remember you asked us to speak. well you have the chance to speak on behalf of so many and reach the ends of the earth! Just be you, that's all.

And it is great that your art and music are highlighted, actually all the better. It gives the world an idea of teh fact that we're people just like them, with something to draw, sing and talk about.... even if our current reality is very sad!

Anyhow I just wanted to draw attention to the following site,

to anyone interested in finding where peace demonstartions are happening, AND where to donate some money so the Lebanese of all faiths and who have been displaced or simply need medicines, food, etc... can be helped.

I have more donation sites on my blog too.

8:33 AM  
Blogger Oscar Grillo said...

Dear Mazen...Your work is absolutely amazing..Keep it up, mate. We need you!

10:27 AM  
Blogger alya said...

Hi Mazen, we read you everyday, hang on there.
We are a group of Lebanese in London.
And that's our blog:

10:27 AM  
Blogger EDO said...

Du Chaos nait une etoile
thanks ,
keep the good work

11:38 AM  
Blogger sean said...

I just left Beirut for Damascus then Amman. Here's my blog:

11:56 AM  
Blogger heiner said...

hi mazen, some days before, i got the link to your blog - and today 21.7.06 --22:00 - 0:00 i moderate my radio ending called *klingding* - broadcast for improvised music ( on fsk 93,0 ( a locale radiostation in hamburg - - today at night i will send your starry night - improvisation. i hope its o.k. for you. the next answer: we plan to show your drawings in our show/music room * blinzelbar* ( therefore i printed your drawings. is this o.k. for you - have we the right to do ? - i hope find time to answer .
we wish you and your family the best and take care of yourself.

with greet

12:00 PM  
Blogger Stephane said...

We're a group of French and Lebanese friends in Lyon, trying to built a international network of artists to spread the information about what is truly happening in Lebanon

2:37 PM  
Blogger rania said...
I was just there a week before the bombing started.

keep up the amazing work, Mazen! I really hope this craziness ends soon

5:05 PM  
Blogger rania said...

also, here is another blog by my friend zena:

5:07 PM  
Blogger Ana Min Beirut - أنا من بيروت said...

I joined the ranks of the resistance as well.

12:39 AM  
Blogger Angel said...

I am not Lebanese.
I am not in Lebananon.

I am American.
I am in America.

I feel helpless.
But Mazen has inspired me.

12:43 AM  
Blogger Sarah said...

Hi Mazen my blog pivots around politics, humanitarian aid and catastrophes afflicting the Lebanese and international media reaction.

7:18 AM  

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