From : shoufshouf2004@yahoo.co.uk
Sent : Friday, November 11, 2005 4:41 AM
To : arabtimesnewspaper@hotmail.com
Subject : A BLACK DAY IN OUR LIVES
 

Dear Friends at Arab Times
I really do not know how to express my self at this very moment. My feelings at this point are a mixture of shock, grief and extremely deep thought. Thought of why all this happened, for what reasons and for what crimes? Indeed, what crimes an innocent people that have alot on mind committed?! Why particularly them?
To those criminals that have committed this massacre, I raise the following:
1- Is'nt it enough for us bearing with unemploynment?
2- Isn't enough for us the unbearable financial conditions we are suffering?
3- Isn't it enough with the humiliation we have to deal with in our everyday life?
4- Isn't it enough that all our people are escaping their nation?
Then why are you now killing us? Is that the reward we deserve?

At this very point, I would like to make my self heard to the whole world. We have had enough and we will not allow our lives be taken away by anybody except by its owner god the almighty.
The mission of this people that left its fingerprint on every nation and conveyed the message of peace and sympathy with its fellow nations will not be ceased for our great belief in god and in principles. We will not allow ourselves to be cornered by anybody whether locally, regionally or worldwide. We will always keep hope and faith in god until the very last moment in our lives
In light of what happened, I would just like to say to the families of all victims: INNA LILLAH WA INNA ELAYHI RAJIOUN, WALA ARAKOM ALLAH MAKROOHAN BE AZIZ. May god grant all those conspiring against our people catastrophes and eternal trouble. To our people whom I will always admire I say: ASSABRO MOFTAH EL-FARAJ.
As a nation that has faced this catastrophe for the very first time, I demand alongside many of the people in Jordan and the diaspora that the real causes behind this catastrophe be investigated and cured on the spot. I believe that the source of trouble can be pacified by enforcing further restrictions on others entering our homeland. Adoption of an open border policy with a nation that is currently a source of extreme turbulance in return for a bunch of investments is indeed the greatest mistake. The interest of the people must always come first. Some (and of course not all) of the individuals incoming from our Eastern borders carry a huge magnitude of hatred and malice towards us. You all may refer to the website of Al-(Arab)iyya, the VIAGRA channel, and find out for yourselves by reading their comments posted on that website. Therefore I urge those who are in charge now, if they ever think about their fellow citizens, to impose more powerful measures on their entry as well as investigating all those already living amongst us WITHOUT harming them as this is not of our ethics.
I also pledge our people to stick to the message we delivered to the whole world and be reasonable in our reactions. Yesterday, I have seen a wonderful picture of solidarity amongst the various slices of our one people and despite my sorrow I was very grateful to god for this and my trust in our Jordanian people was again high.

ALLAHOMA IHFAZ LANA SHAABANA
ALLAHOMA IHFAZ HAZEHI EL ARD
ALLAHOMA ANE'EM ALAYNA BEL-SABR
ALLAHOMA ANE'EM ALAYNA BEL-SABR
ALLAHOMA IRHAM AMWATANA
ALLAHOMA EHQEN DEMAANA
ALLAHOMA OSTOR AARDANA
ALLAHOMA ALAYAKA BE KOL MOUTADI

A message to all those wishing us harm anywhere: SAWFA NABQA

Mohammed Mohammed
Manchester UK