Thursday, March 23, 2006

Dear all,

Thank you all for the comments and e-mails. this is really exciting.
I'm working much lately and having almost no time to breathe. And having no pc :( , I can use the computer only at work. that's why my posting process is yet too slow. that will change soon, inshallah. as I'm planning to get me a bloody laptop!

Eitherway, i had a much interesting conversation with my friends about the elections in Israel last night, and I'm gonna write about it tonight or tomorrow.

I think it would be interesting to write about it here, for the argument was about whether it is needed for Palestinian-Israelis to have representatives in the Knesset (Israeli Parliment) or not.

So keep your faith and check the blog again soon. please..


At 8:46 PM, Blogger Pete said...


What do you think about that new poll that says that 68 percent of Jewish Israelis would not live in the same apartment building as a Palestinian-Israeli???

Haaretz ran a small item about it on Tuesday.

I guess it's to be expected.

Miss you!

At 10:37 PM, Blogger Farmer's wife said...

Palestinians in Israel need to have a voice in the Knesset. How else will Israelis know what life is like for Palestinians

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At 11:26 PM, Blogger Bill Scott, Sr. said...

I bet this is a touching and very sensitive topic. How is it living in Israel? Is it a joy? Or is it rough? I am just curious as a wetserner who supports Israel and supports the God of Israel.


At 12:56 PM, Blogger 3isam said...


I always asked myself... what was fayrooz's dream... whatever it was..
she's making a new dreams come true..

with all my respect, 3isam Sharqawi

At 2:07 PM, Blogger fayrouz said...

Pete, i printed out a report about this pole, that was conducted by the Center for Fighting Racism, and i mean to relate to all the troubling and scarey figures i saw there. so keep watching.

Sarah, i agree with you. soon i'll be posting the story i promised about this issue.

Bill, you obviously will get shocked to hear about this "sensitive" topic. Joy is not even in the lexicon i use when i talk about being a Palestinian Israeli.

welcome, habibi.
Isam is my youngest brother everyone, he's the sweetest smartass in the world. and he's a damn good guitar player :)

At 3:49 PM, Blogger Original_Jeff said...

I have lots of questions, but I'll just ask a small one:

How safe is it for an Americans to visit Bethlehem and the towns of the Holy Land (those mentioned as placed where Jesus went in the New Testament) like Jericho, etc?

At 5:38 PM, Blogger fayrouz said...

Many people abroad have the impression that Palestine is an unsafe country for foreigners. Despite all the news you hear about kidnappings in Gaza, it is quite safe and even nice here. even for foreigners :)
You would be warmly welcomed by palestinians in Bethlehem or Jerico.
if Pete, who is an American, can tell you a bit more, i think it would be even more credible.

At 10:25 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

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At 10:31 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

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