Last week I was in Milan in Italy, coming from Malta after attending my graduation ceremony, heading back to home in Egypt, in the transit area, I met punch of Tunisian young men and women, and they were so nice and decent, they made my day by their smiles and tenderness.
I was so happy , however, after boarding on the plane, the host gave me the newspapers, I was really in a trauma, I did not know about the brutal attacks in Algiers, it was claimed to be related to Al Qaeda, those terrorists killed those innocent humans, under the name of Islam.
These violent attacks are new miseries added to the black book of terrorism and horror that galvanized Algeria. Algerians faced black years and days under the black shadows of terrorism.
Those accidents reminded me with the same experiences we Egyptians went through it in the nineties, children, women, men and scared places were all under severe attacks, everyone was terrorized under the name of Allah and Islam, however Allah and Islam are innocent from those wicked claims.
I never understood and I will never do understand these claims, they were and are always invalid and null to me, if it is done for seeking power and influence, I may understand it while looking down to the animals who shed blood to settle their disputes.
I always hated their use Islam the religion of peace, as a tool of disturbing and destroying peace.
I always think of Islam as a torch to enlighten the human way, how come those can use it to burn and damage.
Dear Algerians, you have been through days, decades and centuries of hard times, you have proved to be tough and able to deal with the complications of this life, but till when we have to adjust and adapt with the unfavorable conditions imposed on us by the bad souls, why they hinder any progress, those terrorists are not only killing and terrorizing people, they are desecrating the face of Islam as well.
May Allah bestow his mercy on the victims and enlighten the dark hearts.
This post is dedicated to my Algerian friends: Kahina, Keiber, Samia, Najwa, Mohamed and Karimo.