Saturday, August 14, 2004

Let's have the Arabs cheer on the Israeli team in the UEFA cup


BBC NEWS | Middle East | Sakhnin's success brings cheers and jeers

Yeah, that's a switch but I love the irony. Apparently an Arab team has won the right to represent Israel in the European Soccer competition this Thursday. So I'm contacting all my local friends who would love to see the Israeli Arabs representing Israel. As it is half the French team are Arabs. I do enjoy irony.

10 comments:

ultraman said...

Yeah this is interesting to read that articles from BBC. We from Singapore strongly believes that mulit racial society should co-exist together...like the old chinese saying...they are all in the same boat. and to add: race is only make different by the pigmentation...and nothing else; similar to changes in hair pigments. Sean - salesmen.blogger.com

venus said...

just found your blog...love it. will be visiting it often. thanks for sharing all these experiences!

!~*Ash*~! said...

Really cool blog. Always interested to hear from people in different parts of the world. GOD BLESS

Firepeace said...

I love your blog too. It is compulsory breakfast reading. Thank you for sharing your life!

DagneyT said...

Maryanne, you offer another look into another world. Glad to add your blog to my favorites. Thanks!

Oracle Phoenix said...

Can you tell me where you got your theme/template for your blogger? Plzs. And do you know how to make posts private?

Anonymous said...

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leon said...

Hi,
I live in Israel, but i was born in the UK.
It has always been my dream to visit Egypt. I love all it's history, yet although it's so near because of what Israel does to the Palestinians it is so far. I know that we are not welcome in your country, and that hurts, but it is only we who are to blame. I'm 60 and I can only hope that the atmosphere will change one day before I'm to old, sothat i can see the Pyramids, and all the other wonders.
All the best!