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Thursday, July 20, 2006

Oh, Der Poor Dahlinks!

Huddled in bunkers underground, refugees from Beirut bombing wonder when life will return to normal
Newsday Middle East Correspondent

July 20, 2006

CHIAH, Lebanon -- In an abandoned parking garage on the outskirts of Beirut, about 4,000 people have taken refuge four stories underground. There's no sunlight, no fresh air, no cell phone signals.

The place is cut off, except for a staircase wide enough for one person at a time. Five giant air conditioners circulate the stale air, which reeks of human waste. The whirring fans and dim fluorescent lights make the place feel like an unfinished bunker.

"People should not have to live here. It's inhumane," said Raed Abbas, 46, who fled his home in south Beirut under intense Israeli bombardment on Saturday. "We're like the walking dead, already buried underground even though we're still alive."

All around him, people were sprawled out yesterday on foam mattresses, straw mats and polyester blankets. Sick-looking children held on to mothers. Everyone seemed dazed.

Rowina Abdullah, 23, had not seen sunlight in four days, since her family fled their apartment in the Haret Hrek neighborhood. They brought blankets, crumpled clothes and enough food to last three days. "It's unfair, very unfair," she muttered, nearly crying.

Her sister Fatima, 7, sat in her lap playing with a small wire doll that another resident of the garage had made to pass the time.

"We ran away from the bombs," Abdullah said, looking at her sister. "And now the world has abandoned us."
Bunch of puzzees...next time, don't have der terrorismists in your midst, und none of dees has to happen to you, und you could ride your bikes down to der Sheven-Eleven und buy a Slurpee!

Und you, Fatima....get a chob! In a town like Chiah, der must be planty of chobs around, making ChiaPets und stuff like dat! Lazy leetle A-rab.
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Blogger Betty Jo Goering said ... (Thursday, July 20, 2006 6:08:00 PM) : 

You tell em Carl. Damn I'm sick of people actin all victimy and all.


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