POLUAREA DIN AER CRESTE APARITIA DE CHEAGURI IN VENE

Am avut cateva zile cu praf mult…am citit ca ,afectiunile cardiace si pulmonare se datoreaza  prafului din atmosfera…cei mai expusi sunt varstnicii…

Pe aici, procentul bolnavilor de cancer pulmonar este ingrijorator…vanturile din est, incarcate cu nisip , au maturat Regatul si au adus praful de prin desert pana in inima orasului…s-a asezat ca o perdea,a redus vizibilitatea…mi-am simtit inima slabita…bine ca nu a tinut decat vreo trei zile.Ma tot gandeam ca oamenii se lupta mereu cu natura…Taifunul NESAT a lovit Asia si  a lasat in urma peste 500 000 de persoane afectate…nu se mai termina cu dezastrele  naturale dar nici cu cele facute de mana omului…unele stiri te ingrozesc…

De atata violenta, sirienii s-au refugiat aici…Iordania le tine granita deschisa pentru a le usura intrarea.Sute de copii au fost integrati in scolile din Regat…chiar si fara acte, pana cand se va ameliora situatia si vor putea aduce actele lor…Iordania e si ea o tara mica…acum vin refugiati din toate tarile afectate de Primavara araba ,care nu s-a mai terminat nici in toamna…astazi,vineri ,si aici sunt proteste…mereu sunt oamenii nemultumiti…atatea tensiuni in lume,rafuieli,ura pe motiv de religie,minciuni…la fiecare i se pare ca are un drept de stapan in curtea vecinului ,si lupta sa intre, si vrea sa ii convinga si pe cei din jur de dreptatea lui si revelatia stramosilor…uneori  ti se  face lehamite…de atatea cardasii,ciumecarii si alte asemenea care se intampla in lume ,pentru a acapara cat mai mult,a stapani …si cand colo ,noi,nu suntem siguri ca putem fi stapani nici macar pe o clipa din viata noastra…am deviat…nu uitati ca praful este nociv!(la fel ca si politica)

PROTESTATARII DIN IORDANIA AU CERUT EXPULZAREA AMBASADORULUI SIRIEI LA AMMAN

Protesters demand expulsion of Syrian ambassador

By Muath Freij

AMMAN – Hundreds of protesters gathered outside the Syrian embassy in Amman on Wednesday night demanding the expulsion of the ambassador.

Jordanians were joined by tens of Syrian residing in the Kingdom to condemn the “the regime’s crimes against peaceful protesters and the killing of civilians” and to say what is happening in the neighbouring country has caused suffering to a majority of Jordanians.

“Jordanians and Syrians are brothers and what hurts them hurts us here,” Nasir Zu’bi told The Jordan Times during the protest, organised by the recently formed Jordanian commission to support Syrians against the “bloody massacres carried out by the Syrian regime”.

“I always pray for them and I hope that God will help them achieve their goals,” the Ramtha resident said.

Many protesters echoed Zu’bi sentiment, expressing hope that the violence in Syria will end soon, but with the removal of President Bashar Assad’s regime.

After performing taraweeh prayers in front of the embassy, participants chanted slogans demanding the expulsion of the Syrian ambassador as he represents the “cruel regime”.

Khaled Zaloum said that taking part in the protest is the least he can do to support pro-reform and democracy seekers in Syria.

“When Syrians hear that protests are being organised in solidarity with them, they will be more determined with their pursuit of freedom and dignity,” he stressed, adding there is no difference between Jordanians and Syrians as their traditions and heritage are the same.

Abdul Rahman Mohammad agreed, noting that he felt committed to taking part in this demonstration to denounce the bloody scenes he watched on television.

“I could not stand watching the bloodshed,” he pointed out.

Meanwhile, Syrians expressed their gratitude to Jordanians for their support.

Mohammad Salhi, who held a Syrian flag, explained that these protests reflect Jordanians’ “warm” feelings towards their Syrian brothers.

He said he has not been able to go back home and check on his relatives since the violence broke out.

His friend Mohammad Rifai, a Daraa resident, said he was forced to leave the city after the violent crackdown on protesters by security forces.

“Sooner or later we will gain our freedom,” he insisted.

http://www.jordantimes.com

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