-------- "This is the time for action not only words, use your God given gifts to develop this country, dont be afraid to speak up, and feel PROUD THAT U R EGYPTIAN." -------- Mohaly, Feb 2011

Saturday, June 30, 2007

218) A new Stage!

Guys, starting tomorrow, I am starting a new phase in my business life where I stand on solid ground in the different stuff I do :) and since my business life is about 75% of my life, hence i decided to change my personal life as well and become closer to my friends..

This means that starting tomorrow I cant continue writing on daily basis like I did during the past 4 months. However, I promise not to write less than 20 posts per month; i.e average 2 posts every 3 days.

Mohaly

Thursday, June 28, 2007

216) Work for Money!

What is the amount of money that if you won, you can confidently say: I don't wanna work for money anymore?

Mohaly

Tuesday, June 26, 2007

214) Eza Nazar Elayha Asarrateh...

This is a sentence in one of Prophet Muhammad sayings when he was talking about the best qualities of a wife. I like the word very much, very simple word but has deep meanings coz the ultimate thing that we are looking for is happiness, and when it comes from your life-partner, it is the optimum.

Mohaly

Monday, June 25, 2007

213) The New Generation National Anthem!!

In this dirty old part of Cairo
Where the sun refused to shine
People tell us there ain't no use in tryin'

"Now you're so young and pretty
And one thing we know is true
You'll be dead before your time is due, we know"

We gotta get out of this place
If it's the last thing we ever do
We gotta get out of this place
'cause guys, there's a better life for me and you

Somewhere baby, somehow I know it
Believe me baby
I know it baby
You know it too
... Dubai?!

Sunday, June 24, 2007

212) Is Egypt the one to blame for Hamas' acts?!

This is how Israelis see Mubarak, and Egypt!
Mohaly

In initiating tomorrow's Sharm a-Sheikh summit, Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak has seemingly placed himself solidly on the high moral ground.

Mubarak will likely gain excellent international press for trying to snatch a residual chance of peace from out of Gaza's fundamentalist jaws. Few commentators, or indeed international political leaders, can be expected to spoil the festivities by observing that Mubarak is directly and heavily culpable for the Gaza debacle.

Mubarak, who had promised to halt gunrunning into Gaza and who secured for the purpose Israel's consent to increase the number of Egyptian troops at the frontier - a revision of the meticulously drafted original peace treaty - did not make a remotely credible effort to fulfill his undertakings.

As a result of these failures, Hamas was so massively reinforced and so heavily armed that it could, besides inflicting daily rocket barrages on Israel, also overthrow and humiliate Fatah and Abbas. Egyptian negligence, in other words, contributed mightily to the downfall of the very forces that Mubarak is now ostensibly leading the rush to bolster.
The most absurd and deeply disturbing aspect of Mubarak's failure to exercise his sovereign responsibilities is the fact that, by empowering an offshoot of the same Muslim Brotherhood movement which continues to torment his political establishment, he is contributing to the destabilization of his own hold on Egypt.

He has helped, similarly, to jeopardize Hashemite rule in Jordan. Will Jordan's mightily worried king, who along with Olmert and Abbas is invited to participate in tomorrow's summit, tell Mubarak this to his face? It's unlikely, just as it's unlikely that Olmert will remind Mubarak of his broken promises about securing the Philadelphi Corridor. This despite the fact that Mubarak helped facilitate the establishment by Iran and Syria - two regimes he distrusts and has reason to fear - of a bastion in Gaza.

Abridged from Jerusalem Post.

Saturday, June 23, 2007

211) Honna Al Kahira - Part XII

1) Overload!
2) Someone hanging on nothing!
3) Nobody acts!
WHY THE HELL WE DO THAT, & ACCEPT IT!

Friday, June 22, 2007

210) Guys & Girls, What & How?!

P.S> Before I start, I am not talking about myself or anyone specific. I am just talking here as one of the big loosers when it comes to romantic relationships.

Guys: What is the right way to approach a girl if you like her?

Girls: What is the right way to approach a guy if you like him?

Guys and Girls: How would you know if you like him/her aslan?

Mohaly

Thursday, June 21, 2007

209) Happy Summer!

Today is the official start of the summer and longest day in the year (almost 16 hours of daylight). So what are your plans for this summer (that is gonna be one of the hottest ever av. 37-40 degrees)?
Mohaly

Wednesday, June 20, 2007

Monday, June 18, 2007

206) Mokhtare3 El Bluetooth!!

Tab 2a2ol eih.... No wonder that Egypt & Syria were one country at a point in time!
Om El Fatawi, 2al eih Mokhtare3 el Blue tooth!! and in order not to be confused, he is assuring that it is the Blue tooth used in the cellular not a blue colored tooth!
If the Syrian parliament is build up from this kind of reps, then no wonder they changed the constitution in a day to get Bashar into power after his father!
Mohaly

Sunday, June 17, 2007

205) Honna Al Kahira / Contradictions - Part XI


Mashee ya basha, etfadal!!
If this is the case with the Police, what do u expect from our great city?!
Actually one day it happened to me and he bluntly asked for money and eih he asked me to park fel mamnou3. I told him sorry I dont park fel mamnou3 coz it blocks the traffic and as a citizen I SHOULD care, but you as a policeman, you MUST care.
P.S. wana bagaded el rokhsa, la2et 3alaya mokhalfa from that day 3ashan raken fel manou3, ah ya balad!
Mohaly

Saturday, June 16, 2007

204) Whitney Laden Huston!!

Terror mastermind Osama bin Laden is so obsessed with singer Whitney Houston he thought about killing her husband, Bobby Brown.

The suggestion is made by Sudanese poet and novelist Kola Boof, who claims she was bin Laden's sex slave for four months 10 years ago.

El nas di habla wala eih, ba2a ben laden khalas sab Bush, we torabora, we 11 september, we 2a3ed ye7eb fe Whitney, tab kan yemashoha Meg Ryan kat teb2a masboka shewaya!

Mohaly

Friday, June 15, 2007

203) Honna Al Kahira - Part X - All in 1 Traffic Light!

I see this traffic light very symbolic of how Egypt is being run!
You say what you want, and the government do what it wants!
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The problem is: what is the use of the traffic light if all colors are on aslan?!!!
At least you have the freedom of choosing the color! we 3agabi!
Mohaly

202) Tahyees Morakkaz!!

It is almost 3am and i am awake.....if u know me, u know what does it mean to be awake till now!! TAHYEEEEEEEES MORAKAZ, we Ay kalam!
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But he is a stupid idiot.....u know what he dosent deserve u. i am not saying you should regret your days with him, it has its good moments too. But U gotta leave him ASAP.
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3arfa a3'ba 7aga feeki eih
bet3okee kol she2 edeki teegi feeh
3'aba2 da eih eli enti feeh

7ad bel 3'abawa di mafeesh
wala be talama di ana ma3andeesh
er7ami ahly...sebeeni a3eesh

we yalla, enshallah ya rab temooti enshalla
hatmana aktar men keda eih
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Get a room!!
gatko el bala, maleto el balad!!
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Ana hashed, wanfo7', washfot .... yeb2a ana eih.....FANNANA Tab3an! (P.S. ashed, ashfot, anfokh, fadel 7aga wa7da mo2refa 3ashan tekmal el sora......ha tab complete Af_si! (yuk) ana ba2et mo2ref awy keda leeh!
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Sa3at ba7es ad eeeeeh wa7eeda,
Tab we ba2eet el yom, bete3meli eih?!
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Howa a7na mesh hanbooos el wawa wala eih!!!
3ala 7asab heya feen belzabt!
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Meen eli 2al en el Zaman malhoshi aman ya 3eeni
Ana 3aref, Samir El Eskandarni.
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Ya3nee eih 3anes?
la ma7al laha men el e3gab! (mogtama3 zekoori kazir)
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Eih El Nizam?
El nizam fel 3ezam, eshta 3aleek
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Why are you still reading till now?
3ashan HAYES .. HAYES.... WENTA TEB2A KEWAYES :))
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Mohaly....haly.....alyyyy...
zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

Thursday, June 14, 2007

201) Personal ::: Happy Birthday Yasmine

Today, one my best friends & blog stars YASMINE FARAHAT is celebrating her ........ hmmm let's say 18th birthday ;)
Yasmine has been a very supportive, sincere, and just about right friend during the past 5 years.

I wish her best of Luck, and to accomplish her goals in the professional and personal life :)

Happy Birthday
Mohaly

Wednesday, June 13, 2007

200) 200th Post ::: Tribute to Mark Zukerberg!


This is what this 3abkarino accomplished in months!!


Users: 20,000,000
Page Views: 30,000,000,000 per month
Searches: 600,000,000 per month
RAM in servers: 2 TerraB
Search Index size: 200GB
Largest Network: Toronto, ON 600,000+
Traffic rank: 16th
Photos: 1.7 billion


Ladies and Gents, allow me to introduce Bill Gates of our Generation; MARK ZUKERBERG, the inventor of Facebook, the greatest social tool ever created.


Tab3an law kan fe masr kan ya2ema enta7ar aw fel segn!


Mohaly

Monday, June 11, 2007

198) Contradictions in Our Lives - Part IX

People die for getting elected in People's Assembly, and when they do, they get sooo bored that they all agreed to take a group nap!!!
Mohaly


Sunday, June 10, 2007

197) Why are Egyptians so Noisy?!

I got this on my mail and thought of sharing it with you guys...I think it is worth reading and discussing...
Mohaly

Away from stereotypes and generalizations, why are we –Egyptians- so noisy? Why are we loud?
Down the street, at home, in a train, in a cinema, in the opera house, even in the desert!
When I say we, I don’t exclude myself and I don’t mean all Egyptians. The beeping horns, the loud music, the f__ mobile phone tones…what is it? Did we develop a “culture of noise”? Or has it always been the case?
I’m trying a naïve synopsis, and you are all invited to disagree, agree, and comment, to the end of the list:

First: Freedom & Ignorance
Given the high rate of illiteracy (let alone the decay of ethics), many Egyptians don’t even know what freedom means. They don’t know what it means enjoying their lives (sometimes, through very noisy practices) without offending or annoying others. None of us was spared a noisy street wedding or a funeral’s loudspeakers next door.

Second: Despair & Selfishness
I think there are millions of Egyptians who feel that “we’re going nowhere, we stand no chance”. If the ship is sinking anyway, then at least let’s enjoy our last hour! We will do it selfishly and noisily!

Third: Passiveness
A legacy of oppression, ignorance and absence of basic human rights fermented into a passive attitude towards everything and everyone, including those idiots who play their music at loudest, those who talk and laugh loud down every street and corner, to the end of the list.

Fourth: Heritage & the Big City
Since day one, a newborn is exposed to every form of noise that there is! Zaghareet, seboo3, loud birthdays…they grow up into a city of 18 million plus…a city of over a million cars…a city that never sleeps.

Fifth: Attention
A guy wants to impress a girl, and because he (and probably she) knows no other means to impress a lady other than money, muscle and property, he draws her attention using the common language of noise (honking, latest song, mobile ring tones, etc! You only need one train ride to experience the entire range of the mobile phone ring tones on earth…
And because I’m not a money and muscle guy, I come to realize that I am “only a voice in a city of noise” as Chris de Burgh once said! But no…Templars: We are all responsible…be positive…don’t be noisy…don’t let noise rule.

Saturday, June 9, 2007

196) MAID in Egypt!!

This title is the best comment I have seen (by Sherif El Alfi on 4/6) regarding the issue of sending Egyptian maids to work in Saudi Arabia to replace the Asian ones!

Anyway, I say 3azeema ya Masr, when I was kid, we used to send Teachers (knowledge), Doctors (health), and Engineers (development). Now we are sending them Maids (sanity), and very soon prostitutes (pleasure)...although i have doughts that "sanity" MAY turn into "pleasure" !

Mohaly

Friday, June 8, 2007

195) FUN:::Very important "internation_l broject"!


Since I am in Hurghada these days, I thought of having at least something about it on the blog.
Mohaly

Thursday, June 7, 2007

194) Contradictions in our Lives - Part VIII

In spite of the fact that NONE of us -including the one who wrote it- believe that this is true, we still post such signs everywhere in Egypt!!!
P.S. Tab3an immortality di 2alsha kebeera, and if it proves something, that we are still thinking same way like the Pharaohs but on the emotional level only coz on the mental level, we need another millennium to reach them (7aga keda zay back to the future!!)
Mohaly

Wednesday, June 6, 2007

193) How to lose a family in 10 says?

1. Ana Mo3gab Beeki
2. Ana Ba7ebik
3. Ana 3ayez Atgawezik
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4. Ana As3ad wa7ed fel donya
5. Ana Mesh 3ayez asseebik abadan
6. Ana Dakhel anam we mesh 3ayez 7ad yesa7eeni
7. Ana Zah2an men el bet
8. Ana Khareg Shewaya ma3 so7abi
9. Ana Mesafer lewa7di
10. Ana mesh taye2ik wala taye2 el bet

What the hell happens between 5 and 6, and why didn't it continue building up?!
--Is it "taking her/him for granted"
--or "lack of vision and very quick development in the beginning that led to quick deterioration at the end"
--or "getting out passion in sex" or "bad sex"
--or "immaturity unprepared for responsibilities"
--or What?

It is a dilemma that this generation faces, that led to a 40% divorce rate (highest generation ever).
Mohaly

Tuesday, June 5, 2007

192) Watch out from getting Tanned!

Summer is starting (except 3and Gypo) and all of us like getting tanned. It looks sexy and yummi but do you know that there is a dark side of it?

According to the Weekly Spark many people assume that a tan protects them, when in fact a tan is actually a sign of skin damage. Tanning is the skin’s reaction to UV radiation from the sun or an artificial tanning bulb. When skin is exposed to UV rays, it tries to protect itself by producing a brown pigment called melanin, which darkens the cells of the outer layer of skin. Tanning is your skin’s imperfect defense mechanism against further damage, and darker tans cause the most permanent damage.

So did you like my new tan ;)
Mohaly

191) Mesh "Na2sa" kalam 3al "Naksa"!

Today marks 40 years since Nakset June 1967. All of our generation wasn't born at that time, and even our parents were in High school or College. However, till now we consider it the reason of what Egypt is passing through till now in spite of the following:

1. We have been living in peace since 28 years out of the 40!
2. Japan & Germany had a Waska in 1945, and 40 years later -1985- they were flying high.
3. The real Naksa of our generation was on August 2nd (Iraqi invasion).

I believe that we talk tooooo much about is it naksa or hazima, who is responsible for it...etc and forget that the real Naksa is what we are passing through now -corruption, ignorance, illness, ..etc- and if we didn't stop talking and start doing soon, we will be heading fast into another Moseeba not only Naksa!

Mohaly

190) FUN:::Anal School!

Only in Egypt....
The Maadi ANAL School
We start from the BASE!
Mohaly

Monday, June 4, 2007

189) Wind of Change - Part I

‘It seldom happens that a man changes his life through his habitual reasoning. No matter how fully he may sense the new plans and aims revealed to him by reason, he continues to plod along in old paths until his life becomes frustrating and unbearable—he finally makes the change only when his usual life can no longer be tolerated.’
— Leo Tolstoy
Mohaly: If you really wanna make a change, make a difference, make anything! start doing it now. Whatever the size of the step is, the barrier to change has just been broken.

188) Contradictions in our Lives - Part VII


Is this simply someone over protective, or we really reached a point where this poor shebsheb is a valuable thing that needs a lock (surprisingly more expensive than el shebsheb!!).
Mohaly

Sunday, June 3, 2007

187) Alahom la 7asad!


A live photo (1/6/07) from Burj Dubai - The tallest building in the world by end of 2008 (800m). They started last year, and this is what they did!!!!
El 3emara eli 2odamna 10 floors b2alha 2 years we lesa makhelsetsh!!!
Mohaly

186) Sad, Shocked, & Speechless!!

P.S. Please note that the video is not an adult video but offensive and yakhdesh el 7ayaa.
Mohaly

Saturday, June 2, 2007

186) Honna Al Kahira - Part IX

Can you believe it? in Ter3et el maryotia in G.Cairo!!!!
1. Why the force with the donkey (their capital)?
2. Why the donkey in the stream aslan?
3. Why the hell is he naked??
Mohaly!

185) Honna Al Kahria - Part VIII

You know what, we treat each other sameway they treat this horse....
TAKE EACH OTHER FOR GRANTED!
Mohaly

Friday, June 1, 2007

184) Time Management : The four generations! Which one are u in?

According to Steven Covey...

First generation: reminders
- Followers of this approach limit their time management efforts to keeping lists and notes.
- They see these papers as reminders.
- Items that are not done by the end of the day are transferred to the next day's list in the evening.

Second generation: planning and preparation
- People in the second generation use calendars and appointment books.
- They will note where meetings are held and identify deadlines; this is sometimes even done on a computer.
- As opposed to the first generation, the second generation plans and prepares, schedules future appointments, and sets goals. This in turn saves their time.

Third generation: prioritizing, controlling
- Third generation time managers prioritize their activities on a daily basis.
- They tend to use detailed forms of daily planning on a computer or on a paper-based organizer.
- This approach implies spending some time in clarifying values and priorities.

Fourth generation: being efficient and proactive
- Stephen R. Covey, in First Things First, refers to his approach as the 4th generation time management, and emphasizes the difference between urgency and importance in planning.
- For example: some people may go their entire lives completely missing out on important things (like spending time with their children before they have grown up) because it was never "urgent."
- The point is not to ignore urgent things, but to embrace important things without waiting for them to become urgent.
- Urgency can be deceptive. It can make some unimportant things appear to be important. Also, making time for important things may require spending less time on unimportant things, regardless of their urgency.