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Tuesday, March 15, 2005

New Blog

I decided to launch a new blog (for rather odd and better left untold reasons). Do update your bookmarks in case you check my blog regularly.

I noticed the readership for my old blog had gone up significantly, with more than a few hundred hits per day. It seems that my readers are on the shy side and have so far refrained from commenting. Either they're really shy or they don't think my entries are worth commenting to. Both of which are fine, but if you feel that you want to say anything (yes, disagreeing is allowed), then don't hesitate to post. Receiving comments makes me really happy.

I know the blog template sucks at the moment, but I will try to beautify it.

If you would like to read the old posts or comment on them, here's the link to the old blog.

I have decided not to restrict myself to events/incidents/political developments in "Israel" and Palestine. I will be posting about the entire Middle East.

Also check out my Lebanon gallery. It now has a sub-album of protests.

Here's the photo of the day:

Israel is a terrorist state

Anti-US demonstrators set up an anti-Israeli banner while other protesters wave Lebanese flags during a demonstration near the U.S. Embassy in Aukar northeast of Beirut, Lebanon, Tuesday March 15, 2005. Several thousand protesters denouncing U.S. interference in Lebanon marched toward the U.S. Embassy in a Beirut suburb Tuesday, met by scores of riot police and soldiers who blocked the approaches to the compound. (AP Photo/Hussein Malla)

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