Monday, January 24, 2011

Said Elnashaie attacks Al-Ahram Editor-in-Chief

Mohamed El Naschie's black sheep brother Said is angry about an article in Al-Ahram by Editor-in-Chief Osama Saraya.


Here's the article Said is angry about. Original Arabic الصيغة اللبنانية or Google's English translation Lebanese formula.

And here's Said's angry response in Save Egypt Front. Original Arabic عار كبير جدا عليك يا سيد أسامه سرايا or Google's English translation Very great shame upon you, O Lord Osama Saraya.

Said tells Mr. Saraya that when the revolution comes to Egypt as it did to Tunisia he'd better run, because he'll be charged with huge crimes against the homeland.


About Said Elnashaie:


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6 comments:

  1. El Naschie's Rosa Al-Youssef column is up for Tuesday, January 25. Thoughts of the East and West. Original Arabic or Google's English translation.

    El Naschie criticizes Israel.

    Readers who enjoyed this pretentious douchebaggery from El Naschie

    "As I write this article now I'm sitting in my office in London. Physically I emigrated from the Arab world over half a century ago, but my heart and mind never left Egypt or Saudi Arabia. Truly never a day in my life goes by without my worrying about affairs of great national import, and the Arab world as a whole."

    can have a good laugh at today's first paragraph as well

    "What I hate is wasting time without any useful result. I want to write books, participate in ten areas of research. I have created or helped establish a number of world scientific journals. But I can't focus. I can't forget Sudan, Iraq, Lebanon and now the beautiful land of Tunisia and its people."

    The column is continued tomorrow.

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  2. The column is a cry for help from the douche. From the first paragraph it seems that he has adult ADHD or something similar

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  3. HAHAHAHA yes, it's a cry for help!

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  4. El Naschie's Rosa Al-Youssef column is up for Wednesday, January 26. Courage for peace. Original Arabic or Google's English translation.

    El Naschie says "Yitzhak Rabin was a military man and a courageous defender of his country, but when it came the role of peacemaker he had the courage to make peace."

    And "One day, if God gave me health, I want some time to write a book on the personality of President Anwar Sadat, I think that the theory of special relativity and the axioms of quantum theory are comparable with the national public thought of this shrewd Sudanese Egyptian Arab."

    He says that the West and Israel will publicly condemn the religious-based government expected to form in North Sudan, but secretly they will be happy about it because it will cause friction with Egypt. "this dispute is fresh music in the ears of Israel and all the enemies of Egypt and the Arab nation."

    He says there's a desert proverb or off-color colloquial saying describing the situation, but it is not suitable for the readers of Rosa Al-Youssef or fit for publication. (If anyone knows what saying he means, please tell us.)

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  5. About Anwar Sadat he say that speial relativity and quantum mechanics are obvious when compared to the depth of his thinking. Talk about being a douche!

    He gives one version of a proverb concerning a guy who put out his eye to get back at his nose (I've never heard that version before). It concerns backfiring forms of revenge. There are many versions. I think the one he is referring to is the guy who got back at his wife by cutting off his penis.

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