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Wednesday, November 02, 2005 

Hell's lava was inside

yesterday I was preparing an article about traffic jams in Ramadan, I was over the president bridge!, and everyone one on the streets was roaring , oh it was discus ting!

So I started to take photos, and they was great in fact, you can see the traffic bottle neck is clearly done by a traffic police man, you can see people struggling with great solidarity in order to have public transportation, fighting and sitting beside each other -very very very close in fact!- in public transportation,there were boys and gals holding each other offffffffffffff what a romantic scene! -they were poor gals in fact- ,you can clearly see or hear there aims that 3eed is going to be tomorrow in order to stop the rats race.

but can you guess what happend after that!?
Oh, I was caught by the HARAS EL JEMHOUREE, cause I was taking photos beside EL-DIAFEH palace, I tried to explain a lot but in vain ..
even the photos had nothing to do with what they were thinking about, but ..

I was prevented to make any phone call, I switched my cell off. they put me in there stone COLOBA!! waiting for siadet el-3akeed ..
in fact I wasn't afraid about myself! the only think I thought about was my Sony cybershot new camera!
He took the camera from me ..... and I started to burn in side ..

After 57 minutes of discussion, few minutes of silence, but full of fire and hell's lava,I could convince him to delete the photos and go away ..

and then, I HAVE GONE WITH THE WIND, and my camera was with me.
BUT all the photos over the bridge were deleted.

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sorry about that majd

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