mercredi, janvier 25, 2006


Last night, Tuesday January 24th, 2006 entering my bed to sleep, I got an idea that I decided to transform it into an article.
Thinking about the peace process in the Middle East and the creation of the State of Israel, I remembered the whole historical events that the Jewish had lived and knew.
I rememebered the holocaust that they faced organized and followed by Adolf Hitler, and I said,"look! I think that the Jewish have to thank Hitler because he prompted the creation of their State. They owe him the fact of returning to Palestine". Isn't? Do not you think of that? Just try to read history differently.

mercredi, janvier 18, 2006


We were nineteen Arabs, inside an American Limousine. It was at that time, a warm night in San Francisco (Ca). We had had a special night tour of the city and its remarkable sites.
Tarek Chenti spoke in one of his articles about cultural clash. When I was in the United States, I was a witness of the difference of ideologies and beliefs. In fact, one of the Zahra, an Arab Israeli, faced problems with her own Palestinians because she introduced herself as an Israeli during our first official meeting with officials from the US Department of State. She was criticized by many of us, but not me. She was coming to the States as Israeli, she was sent by the Us Embassy in Tel Aviv, she has an Israeli citizenship, an Israeli passport and an Israeli identity, she speaks hebrew and she lives with Israelis. But zahra was smart and she decided to introduce herself during the following meetings as " a Palestinian living in Israel" or "an Arab Israeli". The group showed the different points of view and the clash of civilisations and of opportunities.
Another girl of the group from Morocco. Sanaa is not an rab. She is a berber/amazighite. She emphasized, during the whole meetings about her identity as berber. In Morocco, she is fighting to defend the amazighites rights.
The third girl, Samar from Bahrain. She is not Muslim. She is bahaai. New religion.
But what I liked, is that each one of us respect the other's beliefs. even if some do not like some facts, they asked forgiveness after that.
I believe that we have to be more tolerent towards the other. We should open the doors not close them.

dimanche, janvier 15, 2006


Tunisia is beautiful, we are going back to visit it again as soon as possible.
I heard that sentence thousands of times from my foreigns friends and from our guests during the World Summit on The Information Society Tunis 2005. All of them, had agreed that Tunisia is a very beautiful country and that they are determined to revisit it in the near future with families and friends. But I think that we have a lot of opportunities and projects to do into the touristic field. Dubai and Bahrain, in the near future, will lead the list as worldwide destinations. As an observer, I think that Tunisia is not well known in the Arab Gulf, in America and in Asia and Australia. We have to broadcast more and more of adverts about Tunisia and decomuntaries. I know that we do not have any natural resources like petrol and gaz like our brothers in Dubai or Bahrain, but Monaco and Malta do not have either. I believe that we have to rearrange the field again, to focus on it with deep study and to try to find new markets and new products to show. We can improve our touristic products by buildings new luxirious hotel, exploiting more the archeological sites like that of Utique, a forgotten one, however it includes three amphitheatre one of thel is bigger than that of Carthage, discovering more our sahara, discovering more the north west of Tunisia, connecting Tunisian airports with much more destinations, why not building a formula one speedway, cable cabinets in Sidi Bou Said and Ain Drahem (telefric) and organizing more international exihibitions.
I said this because I love my country.
(pic of Dubai and Tunis)


His Royal Highness, Sheikh Jaber Al Ahmad Al Soubah, has died at the age of 77. The third prince of Koweit since its independence in the 70's.
Sheikh Jaber, build the new Koweit, a modern country, he arranged the political running rules and he transformed Koweit into a constitutional monarchy, he gave the women the right to vote and to be elected, he allowed the freedom of the press and the freedom of thoughts and speech, he modernized the education and he was one of the founders pillar of the Arabian Gulf Council of Cooperation.
In the 80's he was attacked by unkowns to be killed , but he survived. The cause, his supports and aids to the Iraqis during their war with Iran. In August 1990, Koweit was invaded by Iraq, the brother country and the neighbor that they supported and helped during his war with Iran. Saudi Arabia, opened its door to host the Koweiti Royal Family and the Koweiti people. During that terrible period of the Arab World history, I was in Saudi Arabia. I remeber the suffer of the Koweities and the Saudies. I believe that Saddam Hussein at that time, had made the most stupid step. Untill now, we are suffering from that war.
We can not also forget the cooperation between Tunisia and Koweit.
May His Soul Rest In Peace and May God, Allah, Bless All The Muslims especially those who died in Mena; Saudi Arabia.
"We are belonging to Allah, and to Allah we are going back"

jeudi, janvier 05, 2006


Sharon in his way to die. It was the breaking news that shaked the world. Sharon is facing thse same things that Yasser Arafat, faced. It seems that sharon is living in Yasser's shadow.
I am not going to whish his death, but I will let God whishing and decideing about Sharon's fake and destiny.