Like-minded bloggers enjoy meeting up and the Libyan bloggers are no exception. This past week it was A_Akak and Mani who spent a great day in Brighton. Their happy smiles says it all.
Aladdin is back in the business of blogging. He has been extremely busy since last month. He also managed to meet up with two other Libyan bloggers namely Khadijateri and Trabilsia.
However, his comeback post is rich with information about Libya's education system .
“Libyan's people educational background is so limited, I was shocked when a university lecturer could not fill an application form by himself, of an MS students who wanna do their PhD in the UK didn't want to make a research proposal or asking me to do it for them!!! and people who wanna study in the UK but they're not sure what they wanna study there. or people who want to take a six month English course with accommodation and their budget is US $1000, including their living expenses, or people who are asking me why don't we offer scholarships and more and more…[…] that's the problem with Libyan lecturers, PhD holders, doctors, engineers, managers…etc they actually don't do nothing in the country, they rely on their “Educational Background” and act like they are the inventors of the subjects they specialized in. [sic]”
Anglo Libyan's blog gets hot again with a new post on the Libyan children victims of AIDS. He asks should we be ashamed to being Libyans? This controversial question, released the pent up emotions of a couple of commentators, between constructive criticism vs negativity. Anglo Libyan has posted several pictures of the affected children to show us their humanity. Would you let your child play with an AIDS patient? Alas, another very tough question.
“[..]people responsible for them have neglected their duties, in fact they are stealing our children's benefits, look at this hospital she said, this place does not look like a hospital, it is dump, there is no television, the children are lying between the beds and in the corridors, the hospital is not healthy and is not suitable. The manager of this hospital, Almahdi Emhabrash, has never visited the patients, we do not like the manager, he has no humanity in him, last night our room flooded with rain water, this hospital used to be a correction centre, it should not be a hospital, we went to Italy and stayed 1 year, we were told that when we come back that we will have a complete specialised hospital, we came back from Italy to find it the exact opposite.”
Finally Lebeeya started a handwriting competition, I'm wondering if we can analyze the personality of Libyan bloggers from their scribblings ?