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Jalal Khudairy 1 hour ago
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DISASTERS OF THE WAR
Jalal Khudiari
In 1967 my parents, my five sisters (Leila, Khawla, Salwa, Asma and Sana) and my two brothers (Jamal and little Hisham) and I lived in Jenin. We had to flee to Amman. The ongoing war and the painful memories of the 48 massacre, gave us more than enough reason to leave for Amman. We left in a car that my father had rented for us. He stayed at home to finish some important things. It was god's will that he didn't accompany us.

In a small village on other side of the Jordan River, the pain hit us. I was 5 years old. Each moment, each second is still registered in my memory. My mother carried my little brother in her arms; my sisters were at her sides. I saw an Israeli plane approaching, it flew very low and very close to us, with an alarming noise. When it came close to us my skin started to burn because of the plane attack. It returned in less than one minute and sent a bomb. After the explosion there were bodies everywhere, hell’s doors opened at that moment. I looked at my mother and my little brother, whose face was cut into two. The explosive went through my brother and touched my mother. My sister Salwa’s leg was cut in two she had also lost some of her fingers. Many metal splinters penetrated her body in different places. Metal splinters also penetrated my leg which I have to say, denied me a normal childhood. My sister Asma was killed.

A few minutes later, a Jordanian soldier removed the bodies from the remains of the vehicle. The wounded were taken to the hospital. Before they left a Jordanian soldier bandaged my leg. Only my three sisters, Khawla, Leila and Sana and I remained. I called my mother and my father, but there was nobody to answer. We wanted to go to Amman as mama had planned for us. The suffering grew when we found my brother Jamil. He was thrown from the car and a Bedouin found him. His hair was singed and it was flaring. My sister Leila, although very small, succeeded in stopping a car and we found ourselves at the door of a hospital. My father was there; much weakened, and could not speak to us. I never thought to see him in this state; for me he was Superman, the one man who could protect us from any danger, the smart captain who sails his ship through the waves to a safe shore. I never thought that I would see what I saw that day in the hospital.

Since then, not a day, not a moment passed, that I thought I would ever speak to an Israeli. I was convinced that whoever spoke Hebrew was an assassin. There was in me only blood, pain, and violence.
One day, a very significant event occurred. One of my friends died in the Intifada. I returned home filled with hatred of the Jews, blood, and the war. My father heard me, and saw how much I was shaken, and he did not speak to me. He is a religious man. Some time later, Jordan television presented a program on Hitler and the Holocaust, and my father invited me to watch it, without saying anything. I watched and saw. After the showing, he said to me: "I want that you learn a thing. When you hate somebody, you cannot reflect, when you cannot reflect, you cannot make a good decision. Hatred can only cause you to make errors, and life cannot continue like that. It is necessary that you have a positive role in your own life."
Why I want peace:
becuse I lost my sister and brother in the war and I know well how it is hard to lose some one in your family. for that I work so hard to stop the violence
Interests and activities:
any activities for peace
Something you didn't know about me:
I am a person believes in peace and humanitarian
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I think I will achieve here People believe in peace
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They teach children to hate Israel.

Posted on September 23, 2011 at 4:31pm 4 Comments

They teach children to hate Israel. Mr. President, your information is incorrect. It is clear that your spells by a person supplies the industry of hatred and malice. I'm a Palestinian family, exposure to a disaster because of the Israeli soldiers, we were kids, and not a combatant, do not carry guns. We carry a beautiful dream for the future. Despite what the occupation did, my family, my father and my mother taught us how to be peacemakers. I have not heard word one day in my family, hatred… Continue

Beauty

Posted on February 6, 2009 at 9:58am 2 Comments

I believe the real beauty of a person lies under the surface and I am looking for someone who is willing to take the time to see and enjoy that beauty and love from the inside out. I am looking for that someone who is ready, in life, to get to know me from the inside out. I can and will be the best friend and companion in your life. I am looking forward to meeting someone that's caring,loving,passionate,affectionate and above all trust-worthy. Someone that would be able to communicate with… Continue

Always

Posted on February 6, 2009 at 9:53am 4 Comments

Always, deep within my soul,
I know we have a love like no other.
What we share is something others
only hope for and dream of,
but few ever experience.
Our love is magical beyond belief.
Always, without hesitation,
you give of yourself completely.
You have reached the very depths of my soul,
bringing out emotions I never knew I had
and unveiling an ability to love
I never thought possible.

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At 10:56pm on May 12, 2012, leonardo martin said…

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cotizaciones de Prem Rawat - Maharaji

At 3:32pm on March 3, 2012, leonardo martin said…
At 5:06pm on September 23, 2011, jana said…

جلال كيفك

ايش اخبارك

معك جنى من بيت لحم

لازم تتذكر تركيا  اسطنبول

مؤسسة  care

At 6:53pm on October 16, 2009, Başak Çavlıca said…
Dear Jalal,,
nıce too meet u and thanks for your addıng!
At 1:31am on May 16, 2009, windsfeather said…
Dear Jalal,

Thank you for the friendship. I was in awe over your life story and Wafa was banned and was asked to take the photos off his site as many who read were unable to deal with the pain associated to his pictures. Wafa has a true gift of site and needs to harness it in so others can relate.

You said something in your story that really touched me and that was your fathers lesson of hate and hitlers actions.

It is these stories that forge a better understanding and help with key developments in the peace process.

Thank you and looking forward to hearing more from you.
Karie
At 2:12pm on April 28, 2009, Tala Maron said…
Jalal

how are you my dear ? lon time we didn't talk ...

hope you doing fine

peace

Tala
At 10:35pm on March 19, 2009, Rivka said…
Dear Jalal. Thanks for the friendship and for sharing your story with us. Look forward to learning more about and from you!
At 2:27pm on February 5, 2009, Wafa Halawa said…
Hello,
I was banned from this site because I was telling the truth and because of the photo I use in my profile. You can add me or write to me on
carawancom@hotmail.com
facebook: wafa halawa

See you
At 2:27pm on February 5, 2009, Wafa Halawa said…
Hello,
I was banned from this site because I was telling the truth and because of the photo I use in my profile. You can add me or write to me on
carawancom@hotmail.com
facebook: wafa halawa

See you
At 7:28pm on January 27, 2009, julie szegda said…
Dear Jalal,

what a moving story, and what an important story to share. I am deeply sorry for your loss. Thank you for adding me as a friend. I hope we can talk more.

Julie
 
 
 

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