If you are neutral in situations of injustice, you have chosen the side of the oppressor! -Desmond Tutu

We are not angry enough.


7 Responses to “About”

  1. Palinoia Says:

    Congratzz on the blog Eba2, keep it up! ^___^

  2. moroccan Says:

    let me correct you. Moroccans do not speak Arabic. they speak Darija / Moroccan Arabic and Amazegh. I truly wish Arabs did not reach that piece of land.

  3. Mikael Friis Says:

    I have red about you, Ebaa Rezek, in todays newspaper “Sydsvenskan” (Malmoe Sweden). I think you are a very brave young woman to dress like a european and to say your meaning in an oppressive society!

    I will let my students (im a teacher) read your blog and to comment your fight for freedom.

    /Mr Friis (Sweden)

  4. Alsi Says:

    Hey there,

    Where are your pictures of your friends lobbing homemade grads and rockets at Israel?

  5. Ali Abdulhadi Says:

    Hello Ebaa,

    I hope all is well. My name is Ali Abdulhadi and I’m a project
    manager at The Online Project, the Middle East’s leading social media agency.

    We are working with Kiva to raise awareness on their latest
    initiative, Kiva Arab Youth, which supports and empowers entrepreneurs in Palestine, Jordan, Lebanon, Iraq, and Yemen under the age of 30.

    We are currently short listing official bloggers in each of the 5
    countries we are active in and we’d like to see if you’d be interested
    in being the official blogger/ambassador for Palestine. In return, we
    will generate a great deal of traffic to your blog.

    For more information about Kiva, please follow the links below:


    Looking forward to hearing from you.

  6. Mario van Grichen Says:

    Hello Eeba,
    I saw a discussion on Aljareera and though I not condone all your opinions you have made a very good impression on me.
    You are a courageous woman.
    I tried to find your blog but could not find it.

  7. Patrick O'Brien Says:

    Greetings from New Zealand, Ebaa

    I saw you on Al Jazeera (English) today — thank you for telling the world what is happening in Gaza.

    You have my total respect

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