Subj: Date: 5/23/01 21:18:22 Central Daylight Time
Demonstrating against the tyrant savage Zionist State is a right of expression, and every Jordanian is entitled to it. Unfortunately, with every peaceful demonstration comes hooligans, who disturb the event, and it's the government job to isolate these individuals. Very often in the Arabworld, hooligans may be hired by the government itself to rationalize prohibiting future public gatherings that may endanger these illegitimate regimes. Remember this, Arab regimes are all illegitimate, none of them represent the people, so its in the interest of every Arab regime to prohibit any form of national gathering, or any form of solidarity. In Egypt, women groups are still not allowed to form a women organizations, women feminist Dr. Sadawi has gone to jail and the government distorted her image several times in an attempt to dissolve any women unity in Egypt. Arab leaders survive and thrive on their people being divided and hungry, with no energy at the end of the day left to question the validity or legitimation of the current regime. In Jordan, we have a perfect situation of this. Recently, the government had used this technique to cover up its crimes of beating up peaceful demonstrators, it orchestrated a physical fight between two parliament members, one is Cirassian and the other is a Bedouin. Naturally, people forgot the incident of human right violation by the government, and the streets are again pre-occupied with ethnical verbal fights and being able to feed on plain bread.
Our Jordanian nationalists are facing a conspiracy. Who is targeting our
most prominent Jordanian native politicians and businessmen? Is it the palace?; is it an
underground Palestinians group? is it Israel ?., who is behind this ?. Who is benefiting
from destroying any Jordanian who rises above the rest to demand our stolen rights from
our government or from those who we invited to be part of our families? .Mohamed Nezami,
an engineer and Dr. of Engineering was arrested and humiliated, just for having been a
Jordanian from Souf, and having made remarks against the corruption of king Abdalla's
officials. His story is detailed at
Khalid Nezami, Ph.D.