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Saddam Hussein is alive!



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  1. Good, now people can stop complaining. :)

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  2. looooooooooooooooooooooooooooooool. That is hilarious! i can't stop laughing

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  3. I am sure these people wouldn;t sleep for a while..

    was about to write in arabic -english font but i saw the fahem part..there is no fahmeh part so is it ok for females to write in arabish?

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  4. jad ..i need the url of this clip,and i cannot find it.not like youtube when u click on the youtube logo it tskes u to the clip and the links..

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  5. Dave,
    HAHAH I bet they would even if it was real, people just want something to nag about.

    Secratea,
    Can you stop now? it's 9:30 PM.

    malage6,
    Why they wouldn't sleep for a while? do you think his soul will be visiting to intimidate them?

    No, please stick to the rules, males and females are equals here or actually male has little more rights on this blog as I'm about to launch new campaigns against Women rights in Jordan.

    As for the URL, hmm just refer to this post (muahahaha more hits) no, here it is enjoy 7ajeh.

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  6. thanks 7aj jad..so isn't 7ajeh one of the arabish? hehe..so the rules apply to ALL including the blog owner?

    now about those who wont sleep for a while..they were startled to death

    ???? ???? ???? ????? ??? ?????

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  7. Malage6,
    using 7aj or 7ajeh is just fine as it's my favourite way to call friends, actually I say and write it without noticing.

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  8. jad..you know I was joking and u know everyone likes it when you call them 7aj or 7ajjeh..its like a signature for Jad

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  9. malage6,
    shall I unveil my "Ya shekh" and "Ya shekha" LOL, I have more surprising terms :D

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