Saturday, 6 March 2010

Mabhouh gone quiet


Hasn't the media gone silent on the recent Dubai assassination?
Steps need to be taken to ensure that the UAE does not turn to a place where filthy monkeys do their filthy business.



Abed Al Raouf Al Mabhouh (centre), the son of Mahmoud Al Mabhouh, carries the coffin of his father along with Hamas members during his funeral procession at the Palestinian refugee camp of Yarmouk, near Damascus, Syria on January 29, 2010.

Image Credit: AP

5 comments:

ultra[blue] said...

Steps need to be taken to ensure that the UAE does not turn to a place where filthy monkeys do their filthy business.

The UAE has been a place for filthy people and their filthy business for the last 20 years. Look around. This wasnt a surprise to me. You allow anyone and everyone in, allow them to do whatever they want, these things will happen. And sadly, everyone is calling this state of being "Progress."

As for the media... It's not good for Israel = its not good for the US = we arent allowed to show it. Even our media is controlled by the powers that be, and those powers are the US.

ultra[blue] said...

BTW, I think you will like this:

http://www.thenational.ae/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20100306/NATIONAL/703059774/1042

BuJ said...

UB.. you say the truth.. and you're right.. but where-as before it was getting slightly dusty and sandy, now it's pure rubbish and dumping going on in the UAE and it needs to stop...

hope the analogy is not too vague.

as for the piano girl.. wow.. mashalla she's amazing the little thing.. reminds me as my complete opposite coz at her age i hated piano and hated lessons and hated to practice..

now i mellowed out!

i love chopin, maybe i should play a few pieces in kuwait!

El Shahlab said...

'Steps need to be taken to ensure that the UAE does not turn to a place where filthy monkeys do their filthy business.'


It turned already. Too late!

rosh said...

"It turned already. Too late!"

Yup! Most (if not all) in the name of "progress"! Safety and simplicity were (and to a large extent remain) the biggest assets of this nation. But it can be corrected, streamlined. CAN SOMEONE PLEASE START AT THE DXB AIRPORT -- more than some of the immigration 'officers' seem sleepwalking through their job, when they are the first frontier in allowing someone into the country. And the 'visa process / visa waiver' is a JOKE -- where's the background check?