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يسلم تمّك يا شعتيلي
والله الفكرة أكتر من رائعة وائل، وبتحكي عن قضية كتير مهمة عنا بالأردن! وبالآخر زي ما قلت كلنا عشيرة وحدة اخوان!
Allah la ywatrezlak ya Sha3aaateeli mesh 2aleeel
As usual well say!!
I love the drawing! can i forward it to my friends?? 7uqooq eltabi3 ma7fooza, tan3an (well, you already have your name printed on it)
أمتعتنا بابداعك ياابو الشعاتيل.. عنجد تسلم هالإيد
Thank you guy’s.. I hope that we can start talking about this issue more and more..
I hope that we can heal our wounds and go on..
I hope that all become one nation, act like one and work like one
I hope that we use our history, religion, language and origin to unite us… by sharing stories, hopes and dreams..
sorry 3al falsafeh
this is what I’ve talking about for ever
Truly inspiring. Ya3teek alf alf 3afyeh.
BRILLIANT! Wael 3anjad raw3a
it has a very strong message, and yet remained funny, creative and well represented!
ya36eek el 3afyeh.
secratea: Like what Obama said “YES YOU CAN”
This is not just fantastic, this is brilliant!
I always check your blog….keep up the great work..
Salam from Germany:)
Thank you Dina;
Thank you everyone
هزا عمل جميل ثابر
Love it! what a cool way to make a statement
Love That !
bte3rafne sare7 o waqe3e.. sara7atan, 3 kelmat: Utopian political correctness!
“Utopian political correctness!”
Take president Obama for example!!! 4 years ago a black president was Utopian political correctness! but now its real…
this should be in schools yesterday !
just for the record i know jordanians from Chinese origins and i kid you not
Great Job.. and thank you
Finally - a tribe for everybody! That’s a tribal I’m thrilled to embrace
Wael: don’t put high hopes on Obama, I’ll write a blog post about him and mail you the link.. there’s so many details that public like to ignore on Obama..
I will be waiting for your blog post
RESPECT is due on both the human level, and the artistic level.
YOu never fail to impress me with your work… keep it up
truly inspiring graphic. loved it. thank you.
I believe we can do a lot if we address this issue openly. the problem that it not only exists in Jordan, Jordanians take it with them outside and where ever they go. which doesn’t bring much to our cause.
but the cool advantage that we have in jordan that 1) 70% of population are younger than 35 years, and 2) we are really connected with technology and information travel faster than horning at green light. we can use this to our own advantage..
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