Muntazer al-Zeidi, “olomangan'ny vahoaka Irakiana” nataon'i Carlos Latuff
Muntazer al-Zeidi, “Maherifon'ny vahoaka irakiana” hoy Carlos Latuff
Ho fotoana iray manandanja amin'ny tantara izy ity? Ho avy ve ny andro na ny taona hitantaranao fa izaho, Montather Al-Zeidi, mpanao gazety Irakiana, dia hitantara amin'ny zafikeliko fa efa notorahiko ny kiraroko ny filohan'i Etazonia? Ho ahy moa dia nandeha nampatory ny zanako aho ny nikiry niantso ahy ny raiko fa tokony hamelona ny fahitalavitra avy hatrany aho.
Saiky sahalahala amin'izany avokoa ny soratra voalohany nataon'ny mpamaham-bolongana Irakiana indray, rehefa natoritory am-bolana vitsivitsy izay, mba hilazany ny heviny fotsiny. Lasa lavitra aza i Abbas Hawazin maminany sahady ho tafiditra ao anatin'ny kolontsaina io ka tsara ny mitady kiraro sahaza mba hampidirana azy anaty kitapo, “Ka raha tàny ity avy izay anambarako ny fahatezerako imasom-bahoaka dia tokony ho tahaka iny no atao.”
Last of Iraqis namoaka ny isan-kerinandrony hizara ny heviny amin'ity tantara ity. “Eo amin'ny fomban-drazana Irakiana na Arabo amin'ny ankapobeny; iny ny ompa henjana indrindra azon'ny olona atao…iny ny fanimbazimbana faratampony tsy vitan'ny teny”, hoy izy nanoratra. Ary dia zarainy ny fijeriny amin'ny arabe irakiana:
Today I went to work as usual and all the people I saw were very very happy, it was like a national celebration…A female patient came to me for a filling and as we were waiting for the Anesthesia to take effect she said “do you know doc. That yesterday was an Eid to me; I haven't celebrated Eid for the past 3 years because the Americans “accidentally” killed my husband and son and Bush is the reason why they are here so yesterday some of my revenge has been taken” …all the staff said the same thing “A statue should be built for Muntathar” in fact many of them have used the photo of Muntathar as a background for their mobiles but the really beautiful thing that made me even happier was that no one referred to his sect or anything…they were all proud of him…So what will happen now? Will he be considered a terrorist? Will throwing a president with a shoe be a terrorist act?
I think there will be two scenarios of what will happen…either he will continue his life in jail for countless charges and die there or he will be released within few weeks and after some time he will be dead and of course they will say for natural causes or he might die in an accident.
Heveriko fa roa ny tranga mety hisy…na hanohy ny fiainany any amponja izy noho ny heloka maro dia maro ary ho faty any na afahana izy afaka andro vitsivitsy ka any andro dia ho faty izy ka holazainy fa maty tsotra fotsiny izy na loza no nahafaty azy.
Hammorabi goes some way to explain the anger behind the man who preferred a shoe to a well-worded question:
This journalist have seen the US troops killing women and children since 1991, children died from the use of Depleted Uranium … because the USA has prevented importing such treatment under the 12 years sanction since 1991 Gulf war. He has seen the USA many times since 1991, destroying the Iraqi infrastructures, hospitals, mosques, houses, schools, universities, historical sites, factories, and so on. After the invasion in 2003 he has seen the American and their allies’ troops humiliating, assaulting and torturing the Iraq civilians in Abo-Ghreeb prison and in Basrah city by British troops. It is in front of his eyes and every Iraqi eyes the US soldiers and the American security companies such as Black Water killing the Iraqis, humiliating them, and behaving with arrogance and superiority … Iraq became the country of death, killing, lack of services, diseases such as cholera, corruption especially in oil, and division. Many and many other consequences since 1991 US wars in Iraq. All these in mind no wonder why the Iraqi journalist hit GWB with his shoes. GWB was wrong to say this is so the journalist wants to bring attention. It is not but it is the response after all these years of misery by the USA in Iraq.We feel that the journalist could have asked GWB some questions however that might pass unnoticed and he chose the way that he likes to express his anger against the US wars in this country.
Khalid Jarrar nifoha tamin'ny torimasony nandritra ny enimbolana hilaza ny fihetsem-pony ao amin'ny takelany ao amin'ny Facebook. Hoy izy:
Believe it or not, a lot of people think that this guy, Montathar, regardless of the beating he probably is still having, deserves a statue in the middle of Baghdad. I am willing to fund it myself 😀
Olona iray izay tsy mieritreritra ny tahaka izany i Nibras Kazimi izay mijoro samirery amin'ireo mamaham-bolongana Irakiana miaro an'i George Bush:
Personally, I got angry. Very angry.I will make a public promise: should I ever run into a certain reporter called Muntather al-Zaidi, presently of Al-Baghdadia TV, I will seriously consider beating the crap out of him… See, I will forever remain indebted to President George W. Bush. He is my hero. He liberated Iraq, and that's how I will always see it. Had there been no President Bush, then Saddam would still be Saddam.
The usual suspects are ecstatic over what happened, especially the US-based media and Iraq-watchers. I would like to beat them all up too, but I think that would be a tad bit excessive. The best revenge is to make them watch Iraq's democracy strengthen and prosper.
Nitsamboamboatra nahita izany nitranga ny ahiahiana lalandava, indrindra fa ny fampahalalam-baovao Amerikana sy ny mpijery Irakiana. Izaho koa mba te-hidaroka azy rehetra, saingy heveriko fa ho tafahoatra izany. Ny valifaty tsara indrindra dia ny manamafy sy ny mampiroborobo ny demaokrasia.
Miady ny sain'iBaghdad Treasure eo anoloan'ny fahamendrehan'ny asa sy ny mahairakiana:
As a journalist myself, I found what the reporter did was extremely wrong. Journalists have their voices and pens (and now the internet) to express whatever they want to protest against. However, I was kind of relieved. As an Iraqi citizen, I believe Bush deserved this ending that the entire world will remember and cherish. I mean what wrong the man had done was huge. His failure to prepare for an invasion aftermath caused Iraqis and Americans hundreds of thousands of souls, not to mention the destruction of an entire country, the millions who have migrated and the creation of terrorism in Iraq. Well, you know the rest. There is no need to go into details here…Anyways, now Bush has one last thing to have the world remember him with. If I were him… Nah, I’ll keep this to myself.
Afaho i Montather
Maro amin'ny mpamaham-bolongana no mitodika amin'ny mpanao gazety ka mitaky ny anafahana azy. Nanomboka ny fanangonan-tsonia amin'ny aterineto i Raed Jarrar . Hoy ny sorany:
Some of my contacts in Baghdad assured me that the Iraqi Journalist who threw the shoes at bush today was heavily beaten (you can actually hear him scream in pain in this released video)After beating him, the Iraqi authorities arrested Mr. Al-Zeidi.
Nanampy koa i Layla Anwar :
Feno alahelo sy ahiahy tokoa izahay mamerina ny voalazan'ny Fateeha, satria fantatray fa efa nanasonia ny fahafatesany i Muntather Al-Zaidi. Efa izay ny aminy.Niteny aza i Mama fa hampijaliana,amin'ny ankapobeny dia amin'ny alalan'ny kiraro aloha, mialoha ny fanajedahana azy…
Na izany aza dia miantso ny manam-panahy rehetra aho, indrindra ny Mpanao gazety tsy voafetran'ny sisintany, ny sendikà na ny vondrona mpanao gazety ay amin'izao tontolo izao, Mba hihetsiketsika hanafaka an'i Muntather mialoha ny hamonoana azy.
Ladybird mitatitra fa tsy azo ialana fa tsy maintsy misy ny lalao an-tsolosaina (ahoana no itorahana kiraro an'i Bush) teraka avy tamin'iny toe-javatra iny. Nandrohy tamina gazety nôrveziana moa izy ho “Fampianarana” ny mpilalao amin'ny fikajiana ny zoro sy ny hery hanaovana azy (anatin'ny lalao).