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Welcome Back Al-Sature

Dear Brother al-Sature,

I am very happy to see you back with your funny stuff. This page will have its sense of humor back. Now, if anyone is a little down and needs to laugh, go check what al-Sature has for us today. If you want to put a smile on your face, al-Sature will make you smile. I can't thank you enough for your great work.

And for the one who is doing this to all of us, why is it hard for you to understand that we all live only once. So why make it tough for everybody. Do we need this misery in Libya? Why are you doing this to yourself where you could've done so much better. But I guess you don't know any better.

To my brothers and sisters, whenever there is one thinker, as it is the situation in the land of ours, things would go nowhere but down. Always, the more people are free to express themselves, the better the outcome is. The more we come out and stand for our God given rights, the better it is for us and our children. Let's do it for our Libya, let's do it for our people here and there, in and out. Let's do it for ourselves. Don't be afraid. We are in the last few minutes of a long and ugly soccer game. The referee will blow the whisle any minute now. The team of the oppressed will win. It is always been like that.

I dedicate this song to all. "Maktoob 'alaina"(*).

Masoud
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(*) The song file did not work. (editor)


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