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El-Fitouri and his Philosophy

Here comes another Libyan writer talking about one of the oldest and most interesting Arab writer who spent most of his life trying to report the truth and investigate policies from the middle east to united state and a man who lived his life close to the most important Arabic man in the last century.

I do not understand why these people have the word writer in front of there names, not anybody who writes few lines would be a writer, it takes years of struggle, investigations, education and dedication to be called a writer, who gave you the right to call your self a writer.

Why wouldn't you find another topic to talk about, we Arabs or Libyans always blame the CIA or the American of our suffering, look at the mirror first before you start accusing other people, or maybe you seen these rumours some where and you believed it right away. We accuse Qaddafi of being an American or a Jew or a bastard and we also accused Sadat of being an American spy, when are we going to look at the mirror and point the finger at our selves, we allowed all what happened to us and now comes the big writer Elfitori to blame Haikel for our problems because he worked closely with Nasser, Nasser the most important man in our generation, the man who died trying to rescue the Palestinian from the hand of the butcher king Hussein, but no Nasser is the one who caused all the problems we have in Libya today.

Dream on Fitouri, make your self feel good and pretend you are really a writer and brag about it with your friends and family, show them your writing and your name with the word writer in front of your name.
With all the problems we have in Libya and the Arab world that's all you come up with, what a shame.

Mahmoud


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