-------- "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, October 10, 2009

613) & The Nobel goes to ........ !!

Obama wins Noble Prize for his "peace intentions"!
Then why not "Mubarak" as he had peace intentions since Obama was in elementary school..
Since we were kids, we were always hearing and reading that Mubarak was pushing the peace process (3amaleyet el salam, wel ra2s wel ensigam). Ma3lesh ya rayes, el baraka fe Jimmy ;)

Mohaly

Picture Caption: Mubarak is disappointed: "ba2a 2ana azo2 fel 3amaleya 30 sana, wenta teegi takolha wal3a, akhhh!"

P.S Seriously: I think they should have granted it to Obama in 2010 to give him time to implement.

17 comments:

Pax Machina said...

having intentions and having the means and intentions are 2 different things.

i am intent on ridding my city of poverty, crime and squalor, does not mean much if i don't have the 'means' of backing it up!

Laila said...

what did he do to win such prize, only speeches here and there about peace and bla bla bla, empty talk but no action.

-did he stop the Israelis from building settlement?

-did he withdraw his army from Iraq or Afghanistan?

-did he close Guantanamo?

Nerro said...

It is like the world has ran out of Peace achievers fa ba2et bel neyat!! couldn't really get it.

E N G Y said...

Tayeb regardless his achievements –ele ma7asaletsh-, why he was nominated in the 1st place???!!! as the nomination dead-line was Feb. 09!! which means that Obama was nominated for the Nobel prize in Peace after only a month in his role!!!

Noha said...

begad zalamoh we zalamona ma3ah

Tamer Timberlake said...

here are the guidelines set forth by the nobel organization.

"shall have done the most or the best work for fraternity between nations, for the abolition or reduction of standing armies and for the holding of peace congresses." The prize was to be awarded "by a committee of five persons to be elected by the Norwegian Storting."

http://nobelprize.org/nobel_priz...view/ index.html

one can argue that obama has fulfilled the set criteria of winning the prize.

but then again so has hosni and many other people....go figure!

ahmed said...

مفاجأة: مبارك كان مرشحًا للحصول علي جائزة نوبل للسلام مناصفة مع ساركوزي
كتب - خالد محمود:

علمت «الدستور» أن الرئيس حسني مبارك كان أحد المرشحين للحصول علي جائرة نوبل للسلام هذا العام مناصفة مع الرئيس الفرنسي نيكولاي ساركوزي بسبب دور كليهما في تحقيق وقف إطلاق النار في قطاع غزة الفلسطيني المحتل قبل الحرب الإسرائيلية الأخيرة علي القطاع العام الماضي.

وتجاهلت اللجنة اسم الرئيس مبارك وعدد من المرشحين الآخرين في عدة بلدان أفريقية وآسيوية ومنحت الجائزة إلي الرئيس الأمريكي باراك أوباما، في مشهد سياسي يعبر عن قمة النفاق لرئيس لم يكمل بعد عامه الرئاسي الأول ولم يقدم للعالم ما يستحق عليه الجائزة.

وقالت مصادر مطلعة وتقارير علي شبكة الإنترنت أمس إن اسم الرئيس مبارك كان ضمن قائمة تضم 172 من كبار الشخصيات في مختلف أنحاء العالم، تم عرضها علي اللجنة النرويجية المشرفة علي جائزة نوبل للسلام.

ورفضت اللجنة جميع المحاولات لإقناعها بكشف القائمة الكاملة للأسماء التي حرمت من الجائزة.

يشار إلي أن الرئيس مبارك كشف قبل سنوات عن محاولات جرت لإقناعه بزيارة إسرائيل التي مازال يمتنع عنها منذ توليه الرئاسة عام 1981 مقابل منحه جائزة نوبل للسلام.

وسعت إدارة الرئيس الأمريكي السابق جورج بوش بالتعاون مع اللوبي الصهيوني في العاصمة الأمريكية واشنطن لإقناع مبارك بأن يصبح خامس شخصية مصرية تحصل علي الجائزة التي فاز بها الرئيس الراحل أنور السادات والروائي العالمي نجيب محفوظ والدكتور أحمد زويل ومحمد البرادعي.

وكانت وكالة أنباء الشرق الأوسط قد بثت العام الماضي خبرًا سرعان ما تراجعت عنه وألغته بعد 30 دقيقة فقط من بثه، يشير إلي ترشيح الرئيس مبارك لجائزة نوبل للسلام في إطار حملة مصرية سويدية تقوم بها منظمة أمريكية غير حكومية تسمي الفيدرالية العالمية للسلام في الشرق الأوسط والسويد.

وترددت أمس تقارير عن إرسال الرئيس مبارك برسالة تهنئة شخصية إلي أوباما علي فوزه بالجائزة، بينما لم يصدر أي تعقيب رسمي من مكتب الرئيس مبارك بشأن التقارير التي تحدثت عن ترشيحه للفوز بها.

amina said...

http://mashable.com/2009/10/09/obama-nobel-peace-prize/

Rao said...

Many people were surprised about the award and consider it toosoon and premature with out any tangible results of the efforts cited.The earlier awards were shared by such persons like NelsonMandela,Martin Lutherking jr,Mother Teress,who had behind them life long tangible work and added prestege to the award itself.Mr Obama,has no doubt became a legend,by becoming the first nonwhite president of America.He had agreat vision and great expectations,and great cofidence that 'we can' achieve the aspirations.But there is a feeling that,the award could havewaited for the aspirations to fructify.

H.A.W. said...

i believe that Sadat - allah yer7amoh- deserved it more than any one else.
for the war decision he took and for the peace step as well.
at least we some results.
no further comment.

shouki said...

'1978 - Anwar al-Sadat, Menachem Begin'

what is your point? he did win the prize...

if anything clinton has done so much since '92 and has received nothing!

Mohaly said...

Shouki: I am mocking, neither mubarak nor obama should win in as no tangible results.

and yes if for the efforts, Clinton has tried hard, but no results as well.

Maha Aly said...

for his peace intentions !!!

howa fe nefak keda ?

and about granted the prize to Obama in 2010, not only to give him time to implement, but at least tetbele3 shwaya !!

john said...

el baraka fe Jimmy LOL :)

Hicham said...

I think the prize went after counting a lot of issues not only 'Peace Process' because "Middle East" is just a one portion of many other problems caused by the USA during the past decade(s)

Anyway I am neutral as you know might noticed Mohaly so I am concerned whether this will reflect on the ground or the story will be another novel that we read?!

p.s. I personally think like H.A.W. that President Sadat (Allah Yerhamo) was among the few people list who deserved it.

Mohaly said...

I hope at -at least- has an effect on a better international relations.

Mohaly said...

Check this out

http://www.independent.co.uk/opinion/commentators/fisk/robert-fisk-obama-man-of-peace-no-just-a-nobel-prize-of-a-mistake-1800928.html