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Siobhan, better in stiches than in a zip body bag

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in response to reader comment: You have me in stiches Nadia.

Submitted by Nadia (France), Mar 3, 2017 at 18:50

Hi Siobhan, I thing it is nice to laugh stupid things off. Helps lift depression. I read the words sad, depressed, heartbroken ofter on this board and think a bit of humor helps.

Old, sick people and children are offered potties near their bed in places with outside difficult to reach and unconfortable sanitation. In less developped countries life expectancy is lower and people do not hang around bedridden for long.

Jordanians and Palestinians are known for throwing unwanted living humans off balconies, windows, terrasses and lofts. There was a famous French woman who was married to a Saudi who abducted her daughter who was found "suicides" on the pavement in front of her building. Candice Cohen-Ahnine was her name and she wrote a book about the "nice" experience she had with her ex husband. A Moroccan lady who met and married a Palestinian and went to live in Sweden was also found suicided. Apparently the not depressed, healthy, covered, practicing Muslim (Islam forbids suicide) just jumped from the narrow kitchen window. Go figure! Also a case in Bulgaria - Israel was trying to extradiate a Palestinian who escaped from an Israeli prison where he was detained for having killed civilians. While the case was being deliberated in court the Palestinian fled to his embassy. An ambulance was called as he was found on the grass all broken because of a fall from the 4th floor. He died and the family and Palestinians were accusing Mossad. But why would Mossad go and kill somebody they could have alive? And how could Mossad get into a guarded embassy while staff was inside? In the weeks before the suicide the Palestinian authorities were trying to get the embarassing for them criminal to leave the embassy grounds. I think at the end they were fed up to feed him. I forgot his name but I will try to google it and see what comes up. In the Maghreb they usually slit the throat.

So, my advice to women married to men from the region is to live near the ground - tent, shallow cave, any shack, a bungallow, ground floor eventually. Or iron bars on ALL windows in a flat with no balconies and terrasses. I am very serious and my advice is based on statistics.

I could get to writing and make best sellers in Hollywood. Many people will love to see the rustic scenes from falling apart housing in Egypt, crowded town appartments in Algeria and internet caf├ęs full of desilusioned youth. And it woul be comic if it was not tragic.

Greetings

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