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Location : BBA
Registration date : 2008-08-14

PostSubject: A Special Re-consider...   Fri Jan 09, 2009 9:52 pm

It's the least one can do...

Palestine, Our Dream!

They are crying, they are screaming
They are wondering why the world is wild
They are running, they are racing
To escape the fire, the smoke and blood

They are telling to the dead and living
How canít you feel the pain of the wound?
We are dying although weíre breathing
Why canít you as Salah and Omar take pride?

Look at that baby, whose motherís feeding
Smiling and laughing to foe and friend
And that fierce soldier the mother shooting
Along with baby falling on the ground

Canít you meet as one just Allah fearing
To say ĎNoí to arms and to the bloodshed?
Canít you rise as one, His Word reciting?
For Freedom is not easy recovered

Weíre fed up of you just all time chatting
Isnít it time to turn to action your word?
Jerusalemís my and your belonging
The first Qibla, Isra of Muhammad!

He met all Prophets together praying
He was the Imam by the will of the Lord
How will you meet Him, the day all standing
Holding oneís Book with the right or left hand?

We are praying and we are crying,
Dreaming to pray on your holly Land
We are begging Allah, believing
To kiss one day your Water and Sand

Jerusalem our hearts are bleeding
Jerusalem our hearts are burning
Jerusalem our hearts are squealing
Willing to see you in Peace living

We are crying, we are screaming
We are calling, oh Palestine!
We are praying, we are pleading
Saying all time: Life to Palestine!

Samia Belarbi
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Age : 63
Location : Ouled-Djellal
Registration date : 2008-09-25

PostSubject: Noble Feelings. Noble Belonging   Sat Jan 10, 2009 8:06 am

Thank you for the poem that expresses deep and sincere feelings and belonging.
What you wrote goes in parallel with what's happening these days all over the world: support Ghazza and unveil the Barbarian Deeds of Zionists and Imperialists.

Long life to the everlasting struggle.
Long life to the right cause.
Let's say together.
Let's pray for ever.
Victory is soon.

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