Sunday, November 13, 2005

Back to work

Now that we have soaked in the horror and its lessons, I am happy to go back work. The damage done by these terrorists should not be compounded any further by lowering our productivity. In the end, they wanted to damage our psyche and our economy. So, the best answer to that is to grieve, learn our lessons and move on.

As part of my catharsis, I would like to tell Nariman Rousan and Rakan Majjali to stuff old shoes in their mouths. It was not the Mosad or the CIA, so shut up and deal with it.


At 7:03 PM, Blogger Lina said...

Indeed I can't wait to get back to work and university tomorrow! This weekend was too long, and psychologically tiring... besides, it's only when people go back to doing what they always do that the real effects of this tragedy will unravel... the security measures, the original reform plans, future IAF discourse... time will have a lot to tell!

We definitely need to move on, but we should never forget, we should remember and change!

At 5:50 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

isn't it funny how you accept some stories from elaph (anti-IAF) but reject others (accusing mossad of the bombings)? its hard enough to take many arab media sources seriously, not the least bit elaph...choose wisely.

At 6:27 AM, Blogger Khalaf said...

Hello, Many Jordanians subscribe to the "bigoulu" news agency. I think at least 50% of our problems start here.


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