Tuesday, August 4, 2009

Is this girl really so rebellious?

This is one of my favorite personal diary blogs from Entrecard.
It's about Mona, the Rebellious Arab Girl. But wait, what do you think about her title? Does it really reflect herself?

Mona has two opposite sides. The one is really the rebellious side, for example when she wants to run for president as an Arab girl because it's time for a change!

Or there are several posts about the quarrels with her conservative parents about the way they think and she has already arrived in the "new" western world (as they all live in Canada, the relatives live in Lebanon) which makes her a very controversial women in the Arabian blogging world.

The "Short memory?" post is one of these famous "quarrel" posts. it's amazing how funny and realistic she writes her own life stories, don't you think so?

The other side reflects the life as a woman from next door with all the troubles and joys in life that can appear. One day you are happy because you will go and make a long holiday, on the next day you start worrying when you will find again a new and good job or think about why not having kids is a better choice.

In case you like some hot discussions about controversial topics regarding the arabian and the western world or the old and the new way of life, you will find each month enough posts to post your comments and wait for Mona's reply.

Have a good time with this Rebellious Arab Girl!

PS: Her favourite Quote -> "If a million people say a foolish thing, it is still a foolish thing."

Anatole France [Jacques Anatole Thibault] (1844-1924)
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