Tuesday, August 1, 2006

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where are you oh my mother?

27 comments:

  1. Fuck!
    I need to fucking draw a lot.
    And play some music.

    You should keep on doing it too.

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  2. http://periodistasenguerra.blogspot.com/

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  3. Mazen, my first visit to your blog. your drawings succeed in capturing what most of us feel these days (or day after day iza baddak). Stay safe.

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  4. franchement, la question c'est pourquoi et comment on se transforme doucement en nos meres? on a deja des souvenirs d'avant guerre....

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  5. franchement, la question c'est plutot comment on a pu a cette vitesse se transformer en nos parents? des souvenirs d'avant guerre plein les poches et la meme tete inquiete...

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  6. Stiamo arrivando, siamo i primi 6.000.000., che intendono aiutarVI A RISORGERE, quindi fratello/i tenete duro, il nemico israeliano & C.ny, manda già una puzza nauseabonda-si stà cagando sotto!-Potrà usare ogni tipo d'arma, ma non farà altro,che accelerare la propria fine.Ehi brother Mazen, did You ever thought to draw a sketch like:an Italy peninsula moving on the sea to help Lebanon? Please try it...I'l put in the web here in Italy and all over.God bless You and all Libanes and Palestinians.

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  7. Aii the Greek people are by your side...
    Keep going on...

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  8. a brilliant drawing, exact and essential counterpoint to the news photos which have to be outside. your drawing is the inside as your country/people is torn up.more coffee.
    P

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  9. I light a candle for the peace of the world

    Enciendo una vela por la paz del Mundo

    From México

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  10. I cant understand the words written in your drawings...but I still can grasp the overall meaning...my best wishes of safety to you and yours...

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  11. Israel cava sua própria sepultura ao insistir nesse massacre do povo libanês.

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  12. I pray so that your nation and Israel find peace soon... greeting from Brazil...

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  13. I just discovered your blog and i really love your drawings.I hope this war will end soon.
    cheer up and keep on posting!!

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  14. resist. endure. i pray for you and your family. i hope your mother's ok. i hate this. fucking. brutal. war.

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  15. I can only cry with you mazen... it's been so long since this horrible thing has started... I am sad. thank you for drawing. It means a lot.

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  16. "RESISTANCE" Shouts a man from the right,
    can't solve the problem overnight.
    Stay strong, stay safe. Hope the beer doesn't run out.
    Bill

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  17. please take care yourself and take care of your family amigo.
    by the way, don't forget to drink a shot of tequila before going to bed ok.
    Enrique from Mexico.
    PUTA GUERRA!!

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  18. Hold on an continue.
    We think about you guys, and our hearts are with all the suffering people in this war.

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  19. Hello. Your drawings are riveting--I cannot stop looking at them.

    I wish you and your loved ones well. I, along with many others, feel terrified at what this fighting might mean for the entire world.

    Writing to you from South Dakota (USA).

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  20. thank you so much for the beauty of your site and life and work--i made a link to it at my blog--also here is a mail art/visual poetry call i am doing
    "For Palestine, For Lebanon"
    Human Rights-Peace-Liberty
    Size: Max A4
    Deadline/Fecha Limite: Ongoing/Sins Limite
    Documentation: all works displayed at davidbaptistechirot.blogspot.com
    Address: davidbchirot@hotmail.com
    David-Baptiste Chirot 740 N 29 #108 Milwaukee, WI 53208 usa
    Please Pass on/Diffuser SVP
    Thanking you again dear friend for your inspiration en solidaridad, david-baptiste

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  21. I'm from Greece
    I just discovered your blog
    I hope your mother's ok
    Hold on
    Thenks for being

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  22. OH, OUR MAZEN WHERE ART THOU?

    IN TORINO EXPRESS WITH YOUR FRIENDS I HOPE...

    BUT EVERY DAY I OPEN THE KERBLOG AND THERE IS NO LAST NIGHT'S POSTINGS I WORRY A BIT...

    FUCKING BLACKOUTS, FUCKING WAR :(

    LOVE FROM GREECE!

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  23. hi, mazen. i listened to you in madrid in my architecture studio with wade, julio and other friend of you. it was a very special night with comics and magic improvised show.
    i think of you since the bombs started.
    keep on.
    day after day.
    take care.
    by your side.
    see´ya!

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  24. Mazen,
    this blog is spreading like a good olive olin on a silky floor.
    It gets directily to your brain...
    Thanks

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  25. hi mazen
    a french in london writing now, j'ecris sur flickr d'habitude, mais j'ai l'impression d'etre la seule... le message passe mazen, moi je vise les millions pour ton blog, 10000 personnes en ont entendu parler dimanche dernier et les centaines de milliers qui vont venir crier leur tristesse et leur colere samedi a londres, l'entendront encore... continue a resister, courage.... je pense a toi et aux tiens, et espere pouvoir un jour te voir jouer, sans les bombes. Stay safe.

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