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Mr Kuffiyeh II

Manners meant a lot to Mr. Kuffiyeh. He had always had his standards to which he aspires. He had his high standards he’s always been doing his utmost to live by. Although he realizes that there’s nothing that can be … Continue reading

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Mr. Kuffiyeh

Almost a year ago. I graduated from university. Named the top class student on my major. And received a $10 wall clock for my outstanding academic performance. I still remember that day – and I always will – as if … Continue reading

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Untitled

It was too late when I have realized so many things I have been seeing for the past God knows how many days if not years. Life is not what you make out of it or the chances you’ve seized … Continue reading

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#GazaBlackout and Us

A blackout Started at Iftar Has lasted for fifteen hours I thought it would go soon later But it never did   Fifteen hours without you The carrier was down And I couldn’t call The Internet was down And I … Continue reading

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Black Ops: A Fifteen-Hour Blackout Story

A fifteen-hour absolute blackout started with a loss of mobile phones signal. I was using my mobile phone, and tweeting here and there and this and that as usual. There was electricity, fans that seemed useless because of the hot … Continue reading

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Trust with a Sprinkle of Love

Losing someone’s trust is painful. Losing someone’s trust hurts. Losing your parents trust is the most painful, the most hurtful. Technology develops so rapidly that one could barely understand how a new thing works to find that a newer model … Continue reading

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