United We Stand

These pictures are in chronological order














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19 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. wonders.me
    May 20, 2006 @ 03:33:00

    Thanks Ayya! It’s amazing how it’s been growing bigger and bigger. And the crowd keeps getting more diverse! Tremendous time for Kuwait. Thanks for capturing it. الله يعطيج العافيه

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  2. The Stallion
    May 20, 2006 @ 06:28:00

    Thanks for the pics! They were greatly appreciated!

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  3. Papillona ®
    May 20, 2006 @ 08:49:00

    Ayya! I did not see you there 😦

    I did not like the idea of etilafiyya printing their logo on orange flags.

    ma7ad sawaha

    We’re there ALL of us as Kuwaities
    no one did that because we’re all there for the same reason “7ob il wa6an”

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  4. bint ahmed
    May 20, 2006 @ 08:55:00

    Amaazing Pics & great Shots !

    The attendance was beyond great, hoping to get more new faces with time ..!

    Thanks !

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  5. Shopaholic Q8eya
    May 20, 2006 @ 09:08:00

    I waved at you bvut you didn’t see me 😦

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  6. Mini Я.
    May 20, 2006 @ 10:15:00

    great pictures! 🙂

    The crowd sure was big, but I’m getting worried about those bunch who are slowly increasing and taking control of matters in their own hands. I agree with papillona, nobody should print their ‘logos’ on the flags.

    We’re all Kuwaities.

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  7. Arfana
    May 20, 2006 @ 10:33:00

    ayya..

    Thank you so much 🙂

    PS> aham shay el tabtab2y: Elly shabakna ykhallisna!!!!

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  8. Papillona ®
    May 20, 2006 @ 11:17:00

    Sad that you don’t understand such a thing, Talisman 🙂

    Allah y3eenik 3ala nafsik

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  9. AyyA
    May 20, 2006 @ 11:41:00

    Wonders.me
    Allah yi3afeek wi iykhaleek, and thanks to you for editing Alarabiya clip, it’s a real valuable historic document. I saw it last night or should I say early this morning but was too beat to comment.

    The stallion
    Wi ham we did not meet 😦

    Papi
    At the beginning, their actions bothered me a lot, but come to think of it; the matter is taking diversion now with the crowd getting bigger and more political parties getting involved. So; if you can’t beat them; join them. Let everyone protest his/her way. There is no way you can forge history in the internet era where everything is documented with pictures and videos available to all. Our solidarity is more important to anything else, and love of Kuwait is not franchised to any party; it started as people’s uprising and will continue so, with names or without.

    Bint ahmad
    Inshallah, thanks sweetie 🙂

    Shopa
    Sorry sweetie, I think with the crowd last night it was not easy to see. Did I tell you how proud I am of you? :*

    Talis
    You’re not welcome

    Mini Я.
    If we are talking about more people getting involved, this would be inevitable. Yet; I hope that the organization would not become the matter of who’s taking control. Our cooperation is a must, at least at this stage.

    Arfana
    Actually; I’m beginning to like the guy 😉

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  10. kila ma6goog
    May 20, 2006 @ 18:01:00

    كامرتك للبيع؟

    صورك عجيبة

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  11. deleted
    May 20, 2006 @ 19:17:00

    Great efforts ayya

    Thaaanks

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  12. XTC_Q8
    May 20, 2006 @ 21:00:00

    i just hope all this pure youth energy dont get hijacked by the politicians!!!

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  13. Shopaholic Q8eya
    May 21, 2006 @ 10:23:00

    Now, I know ;*

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  14. Mini Я.
    May 21, 2006 @ 11:05:00

    Ayya: please email me the pics that you took last week near the flag garden

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  15. AyyA
    May 21, 2006 @ 14:48:00

    kila ma6goog
    wi 9owarik a3jab, camirti mo lilbai3, limobadalah ma3a your camera; what do you say? 😉

    Kuwaity*4*EveR
    Sure dude, 3ala elagal 6ala3t si3r elcamerah 🙂

    XTC_Q8
    Believe me dear that Kuwaiti youth is not so naïve.

    Pumpkin pie
    :*****

    Mini Я.
    Inshallah, I’ll do that now

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  16. Arfana
    May 21, 2006 @ 22:04:00

    Ayya,

    loooool

    shensawwei we lower standards and expectations. Ma3alish.

    Thoughts for everyone’s feedbac:
    http://2arfana.blogspot.com/

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  17. AyyA
    May 22, 2006 @ 12:40:00

    Arfana
    Good insights and I agree, but first let’s see how things go, and our effort should remain united. Mo3idna fi diwaniyat elithneen ( sa7at Elsafat), let’s hear what the orange blossoms say about that.

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  18. hamad
    May 23, 2006 @ 06:10:00

    شكرا على المجهود الرائع والتصوير الراقي انشالله ما ننقطع من هذا الابداع

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  19. AyyA
    May 23, 2006 @ 11:49:00

    Thanks dear, I consider this my duty.

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