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Defending the undefended

The same time we defend security and safety, the same time we defend corrupted institutions, is the same time we defend corrupted leaders, is the same time NGOs hold their meetings and training at five stars hotels, is the same time we don't know the taxes is used, is the same time we have no idea why we have huge customs, is the same time we don't understand why we don't have , is the same time we wonder why pop-movements broke all the lights, is the same time we don't understand our idea of existence, is the same time we have no clue of what next, is the same time we celebrate inauguration of a new government, is also the same time this old women is drinking this water. 

Is also the same time we defend the undefended. 

في نفس الوقت الذي ندافع فيه عن الأمن والأمان هو نفس الوقت الذي ندافع فيه عن مؤسساتنا وانفاقها, وهو ايضا نفس الوقت الذي ندافع عن شخصيات سرقت ولم تبقي ولم تذر, هو نفس الوقت الذي تشرب فية هذه الأردنية الماء من على الشارع


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