Saturday, August 12, 2006

no pain no gain

2 days with no electricity while i'm at home.
it comes only when i'm out of home.
anyways, i have no time to upload the new drawings. i am going to join the people participating in the live webcast initiated in amsterdam. please find the details below and try to connect to it.
i'll try to upload the drawings tonight or tomorrow.
keep posted and posting people asking them to post people etc.

>>>Mrabba Electroni[c]que: Global Lebanon Web Jam. Stop the war!>>>

!!!!please note time change!!!!!!!

Saturday, August 12 2006, 15:00 - 19:00 PM CEST [--> 16:00 - 20:00 EEST]

Live audio/video streaming transmission from Waag Society in Amsterdam,
in direct connection with Beirut and surrounding localities. The event
was initiated by Streamtime, a web support campaign for Iraqi bloggers.

After one month of violence and carnage, this Global Web Jam brings
together live interviews and conversations, video clips, cartoons and
blog blurbs, soundscapes, DJs and VJs, a lively mix of information,
art, protest, party and reflection. We feature the voices, images
stories, reports and initiatives from Lebanon and beyond, with
participation of activists, artists, bloggers, journalists, musicians
and many others.

This is a call for an immediate end to the violence and destruction, in
defiance of war, and in search for solidarity.

With contributions and participation of: Wahid el-Solh, Mounira
el-Solh, Sonya Knox, Naeem Mohaiemen, Kanj Hamadi, Jim Quilty, Randa
Mirza, Mazen Kerbaj, Raed Yassin, Charbel Haber, Nathalie Fallaha,
Henri Gemayel, Fadi Tufayli, Tariq Shadid, Peter Speetjens, Chalaan
Charif, Martin Siepermann, Arjan El Fassed, Ruud Huurman, Kadir van
Lohuizen, Thomas Burkhalter and Anna Trechsel, Beirut DC, Tarek Atoui
and many others.

This Global Web Jam is an initiative of Jo van der Spek, Geert Lovink
and Cecile Landman (from Streamtime), Nat Muller, Paul Keller and Denis
Jaromil Rojo in Amsterdam; and Tarek Atoui and Rawya el-Chab in Beirut.

info: | mail:

This project is supported by Waag Society, Novib (Dutch Oxfam) and X-Y
Solidarity Fund


  1. Let's go, billions brothers, the flag is one: Freedom!
    Good work.

  2. Some of Mazens drawings on last Thursdays anti war march in Bremen (Germany) see the pictures

  3. Well, no pain, no pain ...
    I hope that some day you will only get the gain.
    A bientôt.

  4. keep on doing what you do it's fucking great man.peace.

    check my blog:

  5. Hi Mazen, j'ai republie ici tes War Games. Je n'ai jamais demende ton permis, en supposant que c'est pour ca que tu publies ton materiel ici, pour acceder a un maximum du public. Si cependant tu as des objections, dis-moi le s'il te plait.

    Bien amicalement, Chat Noir

  6. Keep doing such excellent job!

    You and your people have all my support from Spain!

    Never hesitate in asking whatever you need.

    There's a movement between some Spanish musicians for spreading your "We resist" drawing in the Net: as you say, we must speak.

    ¡No pasarán!
    (Spanish republican slogan against fascist troops)

  7. im mirella ,im from lebanon,and i live there , i love my dear country , please leave us live our single life.
    stop bombing us

  8. Cher Mazen,

    Je t'ai emprunté Let's Play. Toutes mes amitiés.