Sunday, April 10, 2005

2ana akraho iljam3iyya ilw3a6aniyya!

hathihi iljomla o `3ayroha, toqal 3asharat il marrat in lam yakon il mi2at, kollama ijtama3at il jam3iyya il wa6aniyya il 3azeeza, o la tasmo3oha min sanfoor `3a`9oob kama yow7i il 3inwan, bal min al mowa6ineen il 2abriya2 il mo7a9areen filizdi7am, kollama ijatama3at il jam3iyya yo`3liq3oon il josoor bayna `9iffatay dijla o yatrokoon jisran 2aw ithnayn, alyawm qa`9ayt 2akthar min sa3atayn fi66areq allathi la yazeed 3an bi`93at kilometrat lilkolliyya, walakinnani wa9alt, 2akheeran, i made it!
alla yostor min il raj3a lil bet ba3d il dawam, hooff..allah kareem.
9owar momtaza lilmo`6aharat yom 9/4 fee hatha ilmawqi3, naqlan 3an Riverbend.
have a good day!


At 6:26 PM, Blogger julieann said...

Khalid Jarrar! This is not funny! You know that I haven't learned enough Arabic to read this. Stinker! I think I'll write my blog in Hebrew. Oh, but you don't read my blog anyway. - Julie

At 11:48 PM, Blogger richsanter said...

LOL! Good to see you around, Khalid, even if I don't really understand what you're saying ... ;)

Keep in touch, OK?

At 11:35 AM, Blogger madtom said...

Welcome to the world Khalid, And a welcome to all your non english speaking friends.

How silly to make a comparison to the comparison between eh two demonstrations. First the demonstration under the rule of saddam, or right at it's last days as American tanks entered Baghdad, could you imagine something like that happening without the American tanks?
Then the Sadr demonstration that is now possible under occupation, all peaceful demonstrations are possible whatever the agenda, even to burn effigies of Bush and Blair! Tell me Khalid, how many effigies of saddam did you burn in from to him.

And a few thousand demonstrators in a city of millions in the US would be a failure, not a success

At 4:31 AM, Blogger Aunt Najma said...

PROGRESS, 5 lines this time.. Kllllsh!

You know, I have enjoyed reading those 5 lines very much! Is there any chance you can give me a list of those numbers and what they stand for?
That will be appreciated..

Till then,
Allah Kareem :)

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At 6:03 AM, Blogger khalid jarrar said...

Thanks for your support guys, it means a lot to me, you now go and start the arabic classes!
madtom, i might be saying bad thigns about americans dont you wana read them and reply? go learn arabic!
dear Julie, i know i am mean and horrible and dont read your blog, but this is what makes you so special, no matter how mean i am to you, you always treat me better;)
aunt najma, to2moreen 2amor, hassa 2aktiblich il code, and i am glad for the 5 lines record this time, heh:)

At 8:48 AM, Blogger madtom said...

Khalid, thanks for the invitation. The only problem I see is that your not writing Arabic, but some phonic code. and I cant find a translator that works with it. And your always saying "bad things about Americans" I probably don't even need a translator, just a clue as to what the subject is and I can maybe figure it out for myself.!
Anyway, believe it or not I am glade that your blogging in Arabic. And that native language blogs are popping up everywhere. Even if I can not read it, your fellow Iraqis can. They are the ones that need to have this conversation so that they can chart the way into your future.

At 6:33 AM, Blogger Dalia Mohammed said...

2ana sa3eeda le2anani wajadt blog ballu`3a al3arabiya,
2ana ista6a3to 2an 2aqra2 almau`9o3 (very well).

اتمنى انني استطعت ان اكتب بطريقة جيدة


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