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  • WE ALL AFRAID ABOUT PPL -economical challenges-
    We hope Syria ppl can go on with such situation

    by the way?
    is the photo taken at Abu Remmaneh

    By Blogger Majd, at 29/10/05 11:13 PM  

  • hehe...
    have ya tried emailing it to the WhiteHouse?! lol

    By Blogger Yazan, at 30/10/05 1:07 AM  

  • Hey Majd, how did u know!! where u there looking for something arround in Abu Rummaneh!?lol

    By Blogger Ghalia, at 31/10/05 1:58 PM  

  • Ya sure they will as soon as they read it :P

    By Blogger M!R@CHK@, at 31/10/05 11:16 PM  

  • haha using propaganda to stop propaganda

    By Blogger Phantom of the Blog, at 1/11/05 2:33 AM  

  • Nice blog! I am going to make this a stopping place. Always wanted to go to Syria, Insha'Allah!

    By Blogger Abu Sinan, at 2/11/05 12:01 AM  

  • My friends always come up to me and say "hey, what's wrong with your country, Syria?" And my response is always "nothing. The real question is what's wrong with your country, the US?"
    People here don't know. The media doesn't tell the whole story. Just that "Syria is bad" - and those who care believe everything unless they go looking for more info, which is too much work for some. Some people know, but governments aren't really run by the people. Things are sadly the same everywhere, but in different forms with differnet names.

    By Blogger Dima, at 2/11/05 5:25 AM  

    The first known leader to use fictive stories to remake history to his liking was Rams├Ęs 2, his defeats became victory when engraved in the stone. Another user
    of propaganda was the Roman Empire,
    very effective propaganda that still have remains today, then Hitler, Now...>>----> o(^_^)o

    By Blogger GPV, at 3/11/05 2:45 PM  

  • hi, Propaganda goes back way before that Ramses II, it actually goes back in history to the creation of the second most ancient empire: Sargon of Akkad's empire (2334 BC)

    If you intended using historical revisionism , well it'd conclude you intended to make use of propaganda. ;) best of luck, lack of hard feelings

    By Blogger Sharrukin, at 16/12/05 8:13 AM  

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