Sunday, March 06, 2005

A Family from Mosul

Two days ago, we were sitting at the dining table, and as usual we were talking in different subjects. HNK, my daughter, asked her mother
- "Mom why don't you have a blog?".
- "I can't write frequently as I am busy with my lectures and the home" answered her mother.
- "Why don't you write in my blog?" I asked her.
Najma entered on the line and suggested to create a new blog for all the family. Her suggestion was accepted by all the family members.

we created a new blog "A Family from Mosul".
Anyone of the family who wants to write a post, at any time, can write at this blog.

At the start I, Najma, and HNK will write in both our blogs, and the family one, the same subject will be written twice, Then when their mother get used to blogging, they may let me and her only use this blog.

5 comments:

Mark Kilmer said...

Hello, doctor. It's a wonderful idea. You are all special people, and it is good to see the situation in your city and country from the point of view of a family.

I have posted a comment on the new blog.

Anonymous said...

I read one post in the new blog which I wanted to comment on but because I am not a blogger at blogspot.com I was unable to do so. With your permission I will post my comment here.

The issue I wish to comment on is the division of captives interviewed on TV into two categories:
(1) "Jihadis" who fight for their country's freedom (and do NOT kill policemen or civilians), and
(2) "Terrorists" including criminals, Saddam's men, and those who are paid by some foriegn country to ruin Iraq.

I suggest dividing people into two different groups: killers, and people who do not kill.

The very best thing that can happen in Iraq, I believe, is that people stop killing each other. The most important question is whether a person should use violence to achieve his objectives or seek to achieve those objectives by non-violent means.

Regarding the question of whether the interviewed captives were tortured, I have no information except the reported comments of one US military commander who said that persons captured by Iraqi forces seemed to be much more willing to talk than persons captured by US military forces. If I had been killing Iraqi police and guardsmen and was then captured I think it would be much more frightening to be captured by the very people I had been killing than by foreigners who couldn't even speak my language well enough to ask hard questions.

I realize this comment is out of place in this blog when it should be in the "family" blog you started recently. Perhaps you should delete it, it would certainly be reasonable to do so.

Sacramento, California

Truth teller said...

Anonymous
Thank you for stopping in my blog.
Feel free to comment any where, any time.
We welcome your comment in this blog the same way we do in the other.

Scott from Oregon said...

Just wanted to say welcome. Your input into the chaos of the world is a positive thing. And very appreciated....

慢慢來 said...

晚情徵信協會全國網
大愛徵信社
三立徵信社
離婚|離婚證人有限公司
離婚|離婚證人-高雄徵信同業工會
離婚|婚姻挽回專區
一品蒐證尋人器材網
全國女子徵信社
晚晴徵信
八大徵信社
離婚│華納徵信社
徵信社品質保障關懷協會
晚晴徵信協會全國網
溫馨法律諮詢
劈腿大剖析
全國優良婚姻挽回
法律諮詢|免費諮詢華陀
亞洲徵信總部
感情挽回全國徵信
鴻海徵信尋人免費諮詢法律諮詢
大陸抓姦二奶-法律諮詢社
三立徵信有限公司
大愛徵信社
離婚|離婚證人非凡有限公司
女人國際徵信社
中區嚴選聯合徵信網
女人國際徵信
大愛徵信有限公司-台中
婦幼徵信有限公司
女子偵探徵信團隊
離婚|外遇觀測站
法律諮詢|免費諮詢網
外遇抓猴徵信偵探社
離婚-感情挽回Q&A諮詢網
新浪私家偵探社
離婚|女人徵信社
離婚|女人私家偵探社
婚姻挽回│國際聯盟社
法律諮詢所
外遇抓姦|女人國際徵信
女子徵信社
外遇|抓姦-女子偵探全國入口網
全國優良女人徵信社