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Three Worst Men:
There were three men competing to see who's the worst one in the world:

The first one attacked a woman, beat her until her teeth fell out and she bled from her nose and ears. He beat her so savagely that she fainted.
He turned to the others and said: "I am the worst one of all."

The second man stepped up to rape her and beat her further until she was almost dead.
He turned to the others and said: "No one can be worse than me."

The third one stepped up, smiled coldly, and said: "No, I am the worst one even though I just stood by and watched, because this woman is my sister."


The woman is Lebanon and Palestine .
The first man is Israel .
The second is America .

The third is the Arab world.

[tags] arab, world, worst, men, lebanon, israel, america, USA, crisis [/tags]

Comments

  1. if only reality was as simple as this analogy, we'd live in a much different world

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  2. hmmm qossa jameeleh, inta ikhtara3tha?

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  3. but why the Arab world didn't do anything?

    can you tell me the arab world plans for this situation for the next few years?

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  4. The arab leaders are soo stupid, at the beggining of the war they stood by israel and called what Hizboula did as an "adventure" when they saw that Israel is loosing the war they changed thier tone in the war.

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