27 August 2009

Five hours of rain

Yesterday, In the capital of Sudan (Khartoum) the rains was pouring for five hours.
These rains make the main roads like lakes and the people was not able to reach thier workplace and the students too.
These rains killed about 15 and hurt more than 10, destroyed houses,and stopped the traffic
The government was not able to draw water from roads and the images below shown what happened:










8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Dear Muhanned,it is great and good expriance to try to have a blog and write daily but just want to drew your attention to first rule in writing is to be honest with your writing to have a trusted readers, so as to this post you should not say the (IMAGES below show what happened, as it is clear these are an old images even some of them are not taken in Sudan at all, so be honest and remember blog readers are not stupid you wil lose credibility before you begin if you start you writing like that
And my regards to your teacher Hala
elsubki@gmail.com

Muhanned said...

Thanx, Now I'm sure that these pics is up to date and I promise to post new image from my personal camera.

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Hala said...

Dear elsubki@gmail.com,

Thanks for your regards!
It would have been better in stead of accusing a blogger of not being honest, is to provide your proof that the images an old. Do you have a link of these images? Did you see them on other websites that provide "old" out of date information?
Accusing comes on the same scale of dishonesty.
Thanks for dropping by my student's blog! Muhanned will definitely learn a lesson: always be careful of copyrighted images and add a link to every single image copied from the web.
Teacher Hala

Hala said...

Forgot to tell you that I also wrote about these days here:
http://englishonlinects.blogspot.com/2009/09/how-we-live-these-day.html