Thursday, July 27, 2006

2 letters

Dear God,

Had you made me into a bird today, I wouldn't have cared, nor cried.. I'd build a home on a green branch that no other bird will burn, nor claim his. I'd feed off of the earth, where there's enough for all the other birds. But –my dear God- I am not a bird.. NO, you didn't make me one.. you made me a female human.. who makes love to one man, to give birth to another.. then watch the two kill each other.. dear god, Where does all this evil come from? Why does man kill man?

Dear SaudiEve readers,

I won't be blogging for
about six weeks. Be safe, Be

Posted by SaudiEve at 5:40 AM


  1. Blogger AhMeD posted at 9:08 PM, July 27, 2006  
    This is…so beautifully written! I can't even think of words to describe it.
    Have a safe trip

    Oh and can I quote what you wrote?
  2. Anonymous Anonymous posted at 9:33 PM, July 27, 2006  
    May peae and Love find you,
    follow you in your footsteps;
    and fall away from your heals as you go. May we who are going along with our heads down find it there and raise it up to share unconditionally with all.
  3. Blogger Aladdinslad posted at 10:50 PM, July 27, 2006  
    oh anonymous i too wish i was a bird so then i fly up over you head...hey anonymous look up here now see me it is muhammed here i am that's right look up now....spllaaatt.....people who sign they names anonymous they always say silly things.
  4. Anonymous Thornbirds.. posted at 2:38 AM, July 29, 2006  
    Have a safe trip..
  5. Blogger mashael alhajeri posted at 3:05 AM, July 31, 2006  
    very poetic..and very touching..check out my will find it interesting..tell me what you think:)
  6. Anonymous Anonymous posted at 4:19 AM, July 31, 2006  
    I shall comment by a poem I wrote about the carnage in Lebanon.


    Ancient enmity
    Zionist and Islamist
    missiles and madness
    blood carnage destruction
    innocents and combatants.

    Only appearance
    obscuring reality
    false facile fables
    what the class enemy wants
    all the oppressed to believe.

    petroleum and profits
    before human life.
    Are all still to blind to see
    the need for revolution?
  7. Anonymous Anonymous posted at 12:39 PM, July 31, 2006  
    Bon voyage...human cruelty is part of our psyche.
  8. Blogger Ghada posted at 12:39 AM, August 01, 2006  
    That is so beautiful and sad. You leave me speechless.
  9. Anonymous Kareema posted at 4:43 AM, August 03, 2006  
    another lovely post. bless you and peace be with you while you're gone.
  10. Blogger waiting for the barbarians posted at 4:10 PM, August 03, 2006  
    I've just come across your blog and found your posts beautiful. Have a good trip. :)
  11. Anonymous Rami posted at 12:00 AM, August 05, 2006  
    Not beautifully written at all.

    Do you want to appear like a victim?

    I do not see any substance here..

    i have much more to say, but i'll shut the hell up and stay quiet.
  12. Anonymous Don Cox posted at 3:46 PM, August 10, 2006  
    "Why does man kill man?"____Because his mother taught him to hate the other man, and then sent him to a school where he was taught in detail why he should hate the other man.
  13. Blogger Twix posted at 12:25 PM, August 11, 2006  
    A big message in a simple touching way. Lovely writing style, I believe Im hooked !! keep posting plz.
  14. Blogger Erica posted at 4:58 PM, August 11, 2006  
    I've said it before and I'll say it again. People who yell loudly with anger, are the people who are most fearful of change. Their anger is a mask for their fear.

    Keep writing. And be safe.
  15. Blogger whoami123 posted at 4:32 AM, August 20, 2006  

    "Who is this who darkens
    counsel by words without
    knowledge? Now prepare
    yourself like a man; I will
    question you, and you shall
    answer Me.

    "Where were you when I
    laid the foundations of the
    earth? Tell Me, if you
    have understanding. Who
    determined its measurements?

    Surely you know! Or who
    stretched the line upon it?
    To what were its foundations
    fastened? Or who laid its
    cornerstone, When the
    morning stars sang together,
    And all the sons of God
    shouted for joy? "Or who
    shut in the sea with doors,
    When it burst forth and
    issued from the womb;
    When I made the clouds
    its garment, And thick
    darkness its swaddling
    band; When I fixed My
    limit for it, And set bars
    and doors; When I said,
    'This far you may come,
    but no farther, And here
    your proud waves must stop!'

    "Have you commanded the
    morning since your days began,
    And caused the dawn to know
    its place, That it might take hold
    of the ends of the earth, And
    the wicked be shaken out of it?
    It takes on form like clay under
    a seal, And stands out like a
    garment. From the wicked
    their light is withheld, And
    the upraised arm is broken.

    "Have you entered the springs
    of the sea? Or have you walked
    in search of the depths? Have
    the gates of death been
    revealed to you? Or have
    you seen the doors of the
    shadow of death? Have
    you comprehended the
    breadth of the earth?

    Tell Me, if you know all this.

    "Where is the way to the
    dwelling of light? And
    darkness, where is its
    place, That you may
    take it to its territory,
    That you may know
    the paths to its home?

    Do you know it,
    because you were
    born then, Or because
    the number of your days
    is great? "Have you
    entered the treasury
    of snow, Or have you
    seen the treasury of hail,
    Which I have reserved
    for the time of trouble,
    For the day of battle
    and war? By what way
    is light diffused, Or
    the east wind scattered
    over the earth?

    "Who has divided
    a channel for the
    overflowing water,
    Or a path for the
    thunderbolt, To
    cause it to rain
    on a land where
    there is no one,
    A wilderness in
    which there is no
    man; To satisfy
    the desolate waste,
    And cause to spring
    forth the growth of
    tender grass?

    Has the rain a
    father? Or who
    has begotten the
    drops of dew?

    From whose
    womb comes
    the ice? And the
    frost of heaven,
    who gives it birth?

    The waters harden
    like stone, And the
    surface of the deep
    is frozen. "Can you
    bind the cluster of the
    Pleiades, Or loose the
    belt of Orion? Can you
    bring out Mazzaroth in
    its season? Or can you
    guide the Great Bear
    with its cubs? Do you
    know the ordinances of
    the heavens? Can you
    set their dominion over
    the earth? "Can you lift
    up your voice to the clouds,
    That an abundance of water
    may cover you? Can you
    send out lightnings, that they
    may go, And say to you,
    'Here we are!'? Who
    has put wisdom in the mind?

    Or who has given understanding
    to the heart?

    Who can number the clouds
    by wisdom? Or who can pour
    out the bottles of heaven,
    When the dust hardens in
    clumps, And the clods cling

    "Can you hunt the prey for
    the lion, Or satisfy the appetite
    of the young lions, When they
    crouch in their dens, Or lurk
    in their lairs to lie in wait?

    Who provides food for
    the raven, When its young
    ones cry to God, And
    wander about for lack
    of food?

    Check all this out soon my good friend:

    Is Jesus God?
    Religion Comparison
    Watch The Jesus Movie
    Muhammad or Jesus???
    Answering Islam
    A Short Look At Six World Religions
    God's Word in different languages...
    How to become a Christian
    Who Is Jesus?
    Around the Well
    Every Student
    'Thought & Humor'

    Best Wishes,
    Dr. Whoami

    P.S. For enquiring minds only.
  16. Blogger sparkle posted at 9:35 AM, August 22, 2006  
    Come back soon.
  17. Blogger MexiPrincess posted at 6:10 AM, September 17, 2006  
    It would be blessing if God made us all Birds. To live a life of peace and to fly free like birds. I wish I could understand men better. I wish I knew why they feel better when they keep women prisoners while they get to be birds. I ran into your blog and I think its outstanding. I would love to read more about your life. God Bless.
  18. Anonymous eteraz posted at 8:30 PM, September 27, 2006  
    saudi eve,

    im an american reformist muslim blogger. i read that you were blocked. if you want to publish writings at my blog you are more than welcome. i have 2000 readers a day (up to 5000).

    my email is eteraz at gmail dot com

  19. Blogger OFSAW posted at 5:27 AM, October 03, 2006  
    For all the people supporting the noble cause of fighting for women's rights in Saudi Arabia, please visit my site at

    Your contributions will be welcome.
  20. Anonymous carri posted at 10:19 PM, October 20, 2006  
    My name is Carri. I'm a screenwriter in Los Angeles, California doing research for a TV program on the sleeping habits of children all over the world, ages 6 to 12. I'd like to include children from Saudi Arabia. I'm wondering if you could help me. I'm specifically looking for information on where children sleep (In the same bedroom with other siblings? On the street? What do their rooms look like? What are their bedtime rituals? Are they affected by war? I’d like to send par-ents (or anyone who works with these children) a questionnaire that better explains what I’m doing. My story is meant to be sweet piece on children, for children, but one that also enlightens them to the lives of other children around the world.
    Please email me at
    Thank you
  21. Blogger Demure posted at 12:16 AM, October 29, 2006  
    Allah with you, and have a great trip.
  22. Blogger Johnny Ong posted at 9:47 AM, November 02, 2006  
    keep up with yr great blogging
  23. Blogger grey posted at 11:35 PM, November 29, 2006  
    hope all is well.

    May the road rise up to meet you.
    May the wind be always at your back.
    May the sun shine warm upon your face;
    the rains fall soft upon your fields and until we meet again,
    may God hold you in the palm of His hand.
  24. Blogger MikeeUSA posted at 7:45 AM, December 04, 2006  
    Feminist run orphanages in pakistan and afghanistan.

    This is bad. What to do?

    Death To women's Rights.

    (What have men gotten from women's rights? Marital rape laws (an Irish man
    was just jailed for 6 years for raping his wife), domestic violence laws, easy
    divorce laws, child support laws, etc etc etc.)

    Is there any way to stop and reverse it?
  25. Anonymous Dan posted at 10:48 PM, December 13, 2006  
    Saudi Eve

    Where are you? Hope you are OK.
  26. Blogger Dotsson posted at 3:56 PM, December 22, 2006  
    Update already! We miss you.
  27. Blogger Agersomnia posted at 2:21 AM, January 11, 2007  
    I'm new to your blog... just found it because of the news from the blocking.

    I'm not as spiritual as many others here (from what I gather in the comments, at least...) but anyway, I truly hope light shines upon your path.

    My best wishes,

  28. Blogger Adam James posted at 5:19 AM, January 22, 2007  

    It seems that perhaps you cannot get to your blog to update, perhaps that's why we haven't heard from you in so long. You may be the vanguard for the fight for more rights and freedoms in your country - don't give up the fight! Hope you are healthy and safe and that you can get back to your keyboard soon!

    Best Wishes,
  29. Blogger Teresa posted at 7:39 PM, April 01, 2007  
    I've found your blog in an Italian newspaper's special insert named Donna (means: woman). It's a great pleasure to meet you even though only virtually. I'll keep on watching your blog and wish many women of your Country could follow and imitate you. Sincerely Teresa

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