Don’t cry our bride

Don't cry our Bride

Don’t cry our Bride …

This Abu Mahjoob cartoon just shattered my heart into one million pieces. It says: Don’t cry our bride, don’t cry Amman!

9 thoughts on “Don’t cry our bride”

  1. Yes, Natasha, it is sad.
    I can’t help but go back in time to the 70s-90s and be reminded of Beirut.
    Or 1990-???? and be reminded of Baghdad.
    And now, Amman.

  2. Latest from Aljazeera:
    The casualty figures show the dead included at least 15 Jordanians, five Iraqi nationals, three Chinese, a Saudi, a Syrian, a Palestinian and an Indonesian, while the bodies of 30 people had yet to be identified.
    Israel radio reported that an Israeli businessman was among the dead.

  3. Daoud Kuttab’s blog account of Jordan bombings

    Daoud Kuttab, a Palestinian journalist and founder of the independent television project Ammannet in Jordan, posts this first-person account of yesterday’s suicide bombings in Amman: The problem in our household after the triple bombing in Amman was h…

  4. Daoud Kuttab’s blog account of Jordan bombings

    Daoud Kuttab, a Palestinian journalist and founder of the independent television project Ammannet in Jordan, posts this first-person account of yesterday’s suicide bombings in Amman: The problem in our household after the triple bombing in Amman was h…

  5. Hi Natasha,
    I’ve put together a CD with 14 “Aghani Watanieh” specific to Jordan and Amman. Would you be interested in getting a copy, or maybe putting the MP3 files on your blog?
    Just let me know. I’d be happy to make them available. I know that they are all obtainable from the web anyway, but I’ve collected what I thought to be the “good” or relevant ones on one CD.
    Regards…

  6. Scooby,
    That’s a great Idea. Jameed mailed me a similar CD months ago. So now I can combine both your CDs’ and create a section of Jordanian songs on this site.. Please send me an e-mail..

  7. Hey Natasha,
    Let me know if you need bandwidth or storage space, I can give you access to either server. (ameenmalhas or banzeen).
    It’s very hard not being there right now.
    Malhas

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