الأربعاء، 16 نوفمبر، 2011




Sunday, October 23, 2011


فن عاري



حاكموا الموديلز العراة الذين عملوا في كلية الفنون الجميلة حتي أوائل السبعينات و اخفوا كتب الفن و كسروا التماثيل العارية الأثرية, ثم اخلعوا ملابسكم و انظروا إلي أنفسكم في المرآة و احرقوا أجسادكم التي تحتقروها لتتخلصوا من عقدكم الجنسية إلي الأبد قبل أن توجهوا لي إهاناتكم العنصرية أو تنكروا حريتي في التعبير


By: Fady Morris
Alexandria, Egypt













By: Cheb Makhlouf




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Anonymous said...
so shoking to me ... but nice to see such an open minded person believe in what he believes
Anonymous said...
Nude art? Is it porn or beauty?Some consider it a work of beauty, others might be offended.Some women claim a right to their bodies and sexuality.You have a strong heart to stand up to extremists.I don't see anything wrong with it but what good will it do the world if women in the Middle East take their clothes off?
Aliaa Magda Elmahdy said...
@Anonymous-2
Why did you comment only about women? I posted a nude photo of a man too.

It will do good if Middle Eastern women were free to do what they want with their bodies, and were not considered sex objects and commodities of their family men.
Anonymous said...
With all respect to you - what good will it do the world if men and women in the Middle East take their clothes off?
It would be more accurate to say that it is a freedom, and we should be willing to fight to keep. Personal freedom? what this concept means in Egyptian society?
Personal freedom had limits and this kind of personal freedom - nude male and female art - is unknown in our society.You misunderstand the concept!
I have no problem with nudity.If you wish for people to be more understanding about nude photography you need to understand and deal with negative comments.
Yes,Nude does NOT equal sexual and nudity is artistic expression,but that doesn't mean that it is acceptable in the society where we live in. As much as I want to believe being open minded about nudity,It would be great if we could get to a place where nudity was just a person with no clothes on. I think that will take a very long time though!
I hope this clears things up for you.
Aliaa Magda Elmahdy said...
@Anonymous-2
Freedom and limits cannot be put in one sentence. Individual freedoms should not be restricted by social norms ... Humans are humans anywhere in the world and have the same rights.
Peter said...
الصراحة، مش قادر اكون رأى فى موضوع العراء
لكن بصفة عامة، اعتقد (طبقا للاخلاق الانسانية) انه العراء فى حد ذاته مش حاجة غلط،
لكن العراء من اجل الإغراء و تسليع جسد الانسان، خارج اطار علاقة سامية، غير محبذ

تحياتى
Anonymous said...
Hey Aliaa, this is Mira fixOlogy. i quit FB for the time being, so apologies for not commenting on ur tags.

just wanted to tell you that im so happy for this major action you took, n i salute you for it.

you know that i support nudity, and for me nudity is the most divine form of Art that exists. we should be proud of the beauty of our bodies.
just want to say something for those who oppose this idea; personal freedom is not ur society's business, if ur religion tell you it haram then why ur god created Adam n Eve naked?? if he has a problem with it then he should've put clothes on their bodies.

n i always say, we need a sexual revolution that is the first step to liberating women from the rotten mold they were put in.

kisses
Aliaa Magda Elmahdy said...
@Mira fixOlogy
Thank you for inspiring me with your art.

Can I add one of your photos to this post?
حاله ميئوس منها said...
في حالة زهوله - مش من الصور لكن من جرئتكم اللامتناهيه
جرأه لا اجد امامي الا احترامها علي الرغم من اختلافي معكم
carla mourad said...
@ aliaa keeeeeeeeeeep going gurl and i`m with u i can send u pic of me naked to support u if u want greaaaaaaaat idea aliaa :)
Anonymous said...
لو المجتمع انت شايفة انه مش عاجبك, ليه ما تعشيش في مجتمع تاني خصوصا انك لا تعتقدي في حياة بعد الموت, بمعنى, ان الحياة واحدة طيب ليه ما تستمتعيش بيها في مجتمع آخر متقارب مع افكارك بدل ما تضيعي وقتك مع مجتمع متخلف.
ارجو الحوار.
Aliaa Magda Elmahdy said...
@Anonymous-3
علشان من حقي أعيش حرة في أي مكان و مش من حق حد يقول لي لو مش عاجبك هاجري ... الحرية لا تمنح. أنا لا أعتقد في حياة بعد الموت, لكني أشعر بالسعادة لما أحس إني حرة بجد و راضية عن نفسي و أحارب عشان الحرية و المساواة أيا كانت النتيجة
البلاد الأكثر حرية اللي بتسألني ليه ما أعيش فيها مرت بقرون مظلمة و ماوصلتش لكده إلا بكفاح و تضحيات ناس ماستسلموش ولا هربوا. أنا عانيت من المجتمع ده و من عنصريته و تخلفه و عدم إحترامه للحريات الشخصية و بحمل نفسي مسئولية معاناه اللي هيتولدوا فيه و اللي هيحاولوا يغيروه و مايلاقوش تأييد كافي لو أنا و غيري مبذلناش كل جهدنا لتغييره بدل ما نهاجر أو نحاول التكيف مع الواقع
Anonymous said...
الحرية لا تمنح ولكن لن تحصلي عليها في بلد 99.9% لن يوافق على الحرية بمبدأك (الكثرة لا تعنى صحة المعتقد - ولكن فقط احلل الموقف) , يعني انت لن تحصلي على الحرية التي تريديها بمصر فعليا خارج حدود المدونة لأنك لو عملت كده في الشارع هتدخلى السجن.

, إذا ما تفعلينه لن يعطيك الحرية و لكن على العكس سوف ينقص مساحة الحرية النسبية التي تحصلين عليها الآن.
و في نفس الوقت لا يوجد اي معنى لن تحاربين من اجل الحرية في مصر, فمثلا لماذا لا تحاربين من اجل الحرية في السودان.
هتقولي دي بلدي و وطني, هاقولك خدعوك فقالو, يعني ببساطة ما هي مصر و السودان كانت دولة واحدة من 60 سنة, يعني لو كنت اتولدت من 60 سنة كنت هتدافعي عن الحرية في السودان كذلك, و بنفس الاسباب.
وهو ما يؤدي الى نتيجة آخرى
فأما يكون ولائك للبشرية او ليس هنالك ولاء لأي شخص و تعيشين لنفسك.
و بما انك تحملت مسؤلية الجيل القادم-اي ان ولائك للبشرية , فلا يوجد معنى لتحدى مجتمع هو بالمقارنة بمجتمعات اخرى منفتح جدا, فيجب ان تتوجهي بثورتك الى بلد آخر اكثر قمعا مثل السعودية , او السودان أو ايران و تقومي بمحاولة تطويرة, فلا فرق لمصر على هذه البلدان بالنسبة لك.
لأن الولاء لا يعقل ان يكون لقطعة ارض, إنما ولائك للجنس البشري, فلماذا تفضلين الكفاح فى مصر على الكفاح في إيران مثلا, الم يتنقل جيفارا بين دول العالم المتخلفة لدعم ثوراتهم للحرية,

ارجو اعتبار الامر مناقشة, ولا شيء آخر
Aliaa Magda Elmahdy said...
@Anonymous-3
الحرية ليست في أن أفعل ما يسمح لي بفعله, لكن في أن أفعل ما أريد طالما لم أتعدي علي حريات الآخرين سواء وافقني أو عارضني المجتمع و لا أخاف من العواقب. أنا باعمل اللي عايزاه داخل و خارج حدود المدونة و مدركة إني ممكن أدخل السجن بسبب ما أنشره علي مدونتي
Forsoothsayer said...
good for you. I'd never have the balls.
Basil Epicurus said...
Well done. I applaud your bravery and your right to self-expression.
AndreasOh said...
Men, many or most, seem to have trouble controlling their "instincts" and over time and in most societies, have instituted the oppression of women as the way to deal with their own inabilities.
Thank you for reminding me.Men have so much to un-learn.
We are a violent ,extremely emotional, high-risk taking, often unstable, bunch.
Forgive us and continue your beautiful contribution so we may learn faster and do what it is that men MUST do and change in themselves
نزار said...
فعلا عمل جريء...كل احترامي لك يا عليا. انا آسف لكل هذه التعليقات التي تتعامل مع هكذا موضوع مهم ورسالة عميقة بسطحية البورنو واستعمال العنف(عبارات مثل الحرق والقتل والسجن) وان كان ذلك يشير الى شيء فهو يشير الى مستوى القمع والقوة الوحشية التي تبقينا في نظام قيم قمعي وابوي. ما هي المشكلة بالعري؟ نحن ولدنا عراة ونموت عراة ولا يجب ان نخجل بجسدنا. انت لم تؤذي أحدا وهو حق من حقوقك. ان تحرير المرأة في العالم العربي يجب ان يمر عبر تحرير الرجال ايضا، لان القضية ليست قضية رجال ونساء بل قضية منظومة قيمية يجب أن تتغير. أوّد لو كان لدي شجاعتك...تحياتي واحترامي
Samer Kamel Photography said...
I salute ur bravery but i would have liked it more if done professionally .. would have been more "artsy"
sarah mohd. said...
aliaa....this is great step and hope we can get our freedom and to see that day which men dont look at women or girls as they are only a sex toy or washing machine in home...i wish i can support u and do the same but i just need to be more brave to do this...and i did i will not show my face if u acpt this plz rply me ???
Sami said...
Alia,

I bow my head in respect for your derive and courage. There is a little to no point in you arguing with fellow Egyptians, brainwashed since birth by a vile religion and a deep rooted hypocrisy is engrained in them. Just please be extra cautious both you and your bf because we don't want to see you stabbed by a pathetic "jihadi" or hear that you had to flee Egypt to asylum. Best of luck.
Aliaa Magda Elmahdy said...
@sarah mohd.
I accept this and I wish you become more brave
sarah mohd. said...
@ aliaa :) i hope i wish :) :) tell me how i can send u a pic ??
ps: i dont have facebook u can send me ur mail and i will send it to u
Aliaa Magda Elmahdy said...
@sarah mohd.
You can send it to aliaaa.elmahdy@hotmail.com
sarah mohd. said...
i will send u one pic now from my e-mail ok?? and i wil add u on my msn i wana talk with if u dont mind??? can i??
Totlacherin said...
Thanks for your bravery. I totally understand your idea. The cat nude is great. I'm occidental and I've learnt to respect arab girls with things like this post. You have so much to say.

Keep up.
Aliaa Magda Elmahdy said...
@sarah mohd.
Ok
sarah mohd. said...
ok i sent it and i added u waiting to talk with u and to see my pic with ur great pics here....:) and i didnt understand the last pic?????
Aliaa Magda Elmahdy said...
@sarah mohd.
The yellow rectangles on my eyes, mouth and sex organ resemble censoring of our knowledge, expression and sexuality.
Anonymous said...
Bonjour,

vous êtes très courageuse, mais je doute que la société égyptienne soit prête à recevoir de tels messages, je crois qu'après la révolution politique il vous faudra régler les comptes avec la réligion avant d'emporter la guerre sur le droits des femmes. Faites attention à vous.

Amicalment

Cristina de Paris
Anonymous said...
I was just wondering how your family members feel about you posting nude pictures of yourself? Or do they not know?
sarah mohd. said...
@ aliaa :) this pic is great i luvd the idea...and i`m proud to see my pic here in ur blog :) thx for posting it
Aliaa Magda Elmahdy said...
@Anonymous-5
My family members don't own my body or my actions. I am a free individual.
Elia El Habre said...
Chapeau bas... there's a quote that I like taken from Orwell's "1984" saying that freedom is to say that two plus two equal four, and when that is accomplished the rest will follow. "La liberté, c'est la liberté de dire que deux et deux font quatre. Lorsque cela est accordé, le reste suit". Keep your head up knowing that others already paved the way, you're just making sure it follows ;)
Anonymous said...
You are a hero. Congratulations and good luck to you. Take care. Greetings from Morocco.
Faisal said...
Very brave of you. Strongly support your message.
Anonymous said...
رغم اختلافي معاكي في بعض الاراء مؤخرا بس بحترم شجاعتك ...واحترامك الشديد لجسدك

حسام م
Anonymous said...
I'm very impressed and inspired by your courage. The revolution in Egypt needs to be a catalyst for greater freedom of expression. If somebody wants to wear a hijab they should be free to do so without facing discrimination but you must also be able to express yourself any way you choose without fear. It's your body and it's entirely up to you how you choose to express yourself.
Laurie said...
YOU GO GIRL!!! :).♥ .♥ .♥
Aww this makes me so happy and proud!
HUGS!!! Keep brave!
Much love from an Arab-Latina :)♥
لوري
David Rubinstein said...
You are well inspired to stand for something as important and natural. Thank you.
I fully support your action.
Charaaz said...
It is truly refreshing to find that here. You make me believe in freedom all of a sudden, keep like that.
Anonymous said...
je ne comprend pas, mais ce que je comprend c'est le combat méné.
bravo mademoiselle, vive le monde arabe libre de tout les entraves.
Marcelo Nóbrega said...
¡Bravo! ¡Bravo! ¡Bravo! ¡Ojalá yo, como hombre, tuviera el coraje y la valentía de un acto semejante! Aliaa: sos una mujer hermosa, extraordinaria y muy valiente, se me hace un nudo en la garganta al leer esta nota
Un abrazo desde Argentina
MK said...
Freedom has no price! I admire your bravery! Take care of yourself!
Anonymous said...
انها مجرد جسم الإنسان. وتتحول الحرجة من الجسم لأنهم منحرفين القذرة. لكن تغطيتها تمتص.
إمرأة متمردة said...
I m inspired keep doing wht are u doing I m supporting u
An Egyptian said...
I applaud your courage even if I don't necessarily agree with all your views and beliefs. I can't help but support your postion in satnding for your freedom and the freedom of every human (man&woman). I believe that God created man and woman in his own image which is beautiful. God admired and delighted in his own creation. unfortunately our culture and the misinterpretation of diffrent religions distorted this beautiful image and made of our bodies objects of sex and shame. Although your approach is very shocking to our conservative society but I think that extreme liberty and freedom is the the way to defeat this trend of extremism and oppression that we're facing!!
zidakani said...
Bravo à Aliaa Elmahdy et à toutes les femmes qui prennent le risque de défendre leur liberté dans un monde arabo-musulman de plus en plus conservateur.
Le refuge dans une interprétation intolérante de la religion est un signe d'une grande frustration et souffrance sexuelle chez les musulmans.
Femmes arabes libérez-vous !
Anonymous said...
Bravo pour votre courage, mais faites bien attention à vous : la liberté de vivre, de penser et même la liberté tout simplement ne plait pas à tout le monde... et surtout pas à quelques "puritains" dont j'ai pu lire les réactions plus haut. Luc (Bruxelles)
Anonymous said...
i have realized that the most important thing for Egyptians is to do everything but in the dark why cause we fear people more than we fear God for every one criticizing why did u come in the first place ,,,???? good luck to the person that did that unless the government doesnt persecute u for porno graphical material
Bazbaz said...
Freedom, life, beauty... Thank you !
Anonymous said...
Hello,

Congrats for your courage (and your sense of communication ;-). People like U are always an inspiration for other. May your action open some closed minds. Stay brave (and so pretty)

S.
Evil-Dad said...
Quel courage !
Bravo à vous tous ! (Même au chat).
Anonymous said...
Long live Egypt shining since the ancient civilizations.
Keep on breaking those chains ...
Wish you all the best.
Anonymous said...
encore une MI PUTE MI SOUMISE qui rien comprit
depuis quand liberte veut dire a poil
a force de singer les occidentaux dans la connerie
on devient animal
les pays donneurs de lecons ont accordés des droits aux femmes
il y a peine 60 annees
comparer les droits des femmes turques aux droits de femmes francaises au niveau historiques
mais shuut !!! c'est l'occident qui civilise les gens
mustangnatsaid said...
La véritable transparence,contrairement. au Niqab.
mustangnatsaid said...
La véritable transparence,contrairement au Niqab.
Anonymous said...
Your beauty is our freedom
Djam said...
Very courageous...Freedom must be protected, thanks for the eyptian people who believe that thins can be changed.
Woman have the right to be free we are all human being.
The blood of the war is more an offense than nudity who is natural.
Anonymous said...
lara
bon courage .....
Joelle said...
Hello! I would like to say that people offended should see the thoughts behind the act of posing naked! Its a symbol of liberty.
It is beautiful...
I would not do it myself but I totally support the action!
At least it made a reaction among people!
sofian said...
Nice, beautifull :)
From Belgium and Tunis
rblbrmpf said...
To those who ask what it would be good for if women take their clothes off: What could it be good for to force women to not take their clothes off?
marc said...
BRAVO !
French said...
Hope success & fame will bring safety, as I fear your action may endanger yourself. Take care, thanks for your action, respect for your courage.
Anonymous said...
Every ways are good to get freedom. You choosed the nicest one. Love from Switzerland !
vieilanar said...
Courageuse et ... très jolie ! Je pense que ces actions doivent se multiplier, car l'humanité n'évoluera pas tant qu'il y aura des cultures rétrogrades et des religions liberticides. On verra ce que la Lybie, la Tunisie et l'Egypte feront du "printemps arabe". Il est temps de renoncer à l'obscurantisme au profit d'une société libre, joyeuse et pacifique.
Anonymous said...
very beautiful photos , and i wanna say that u the courage itself , bravooooooooooooooo for u
Fouad Hamdan said...
Very courageous. Chapeau!
esmola said...
Nude in Egypt?

You are the bravest woman or, perhaps, the craziest.

We both dream of a world without crimes and repression, where faith was replaced by reason and knowledge.

Tahrir Square inspired to young people in Spain to take the Sol Square. Across the borders, there are millions of human beings fighting for freedom and justice, like you. You are not alone.

Receive my admiration.

P.S: It's funny, you begin your blog in blogger with a nude selfportrait, I finished my blog in blogger with the same. There's a lot of other servers without the ignominious screen of "adult content".

Un fuerte abrazo para ti y tus compañeros.

¡Salud!
Anonymous said...
haha elle en est ou de l'art des nus.??? meme pas agreable a regarder.
bref ,toutes les excuses sont bonnnes pour attirer l'attention
Christian said...
What a great deed ! I feel so concerned with the women rights in the arab world that I salute your action. Bravo !
Remco said...
What a courage you have! Very inspiring. I wish you all the best. I'm really hoping for a world where people can be themselves without fear and living within self-imposed boundaries of small-mindedness. Sometimes I despair and think that time will never come. Then I see something like this and my hope gets restored.
Anonymous said...
I'm impressed by your courage!

If there is anything to be ashamed of, it's the deeds we commit while being blinded by ideologies, not the sight of our naked bodies.
Antoine said...
You are beautiful and courageous. Women rights should be everybody's concern, whatever your gender, religion or nationality.
Bravo from France.
Eduardo Romero said...
Warmest congratulations, Aliaa Elmahdy. You are a relief for most of the women in the world and an example for all mankind.

You have all my support.
Anonymous said...
Bravo, tu es d'une force incroyable. C'est exceptionnel de se battre pour la cause des femmes, mais non contre les hommes. La clé de la liberté, c'est l'éducation.
Faouzi OMARI
Wildtuna said...
Mmm... not the way I would have done it, but I fully support your claim. You're a brave woman, I wish you the best
Nullanegyvennyolc max said...
hypocrits go away!
JoN. said...
I've heard about you from a national newspaper in Belgium.

Thank you both for your courage.
I hope you won't get in trouble for this.
I also hope that, soon enough, religion will be kept back to the private area, and that in your country all people will have the same rights, regardless of their religion, beliefs, gender or sexual orientation.

Respect.
uMan said...
courageuse et intrépide, c est bien de changer le monde, ne prenez pas froid quand meme !
Najat Kessler said...
I fully support you and thank you so much! Egypte and the whole world need women like you!
Jean-Marc Liotier said...
Freedom of expression only wears out if you don't use it.
Anonymous said...
Bravo la miss ! Tout mon soutien de la part d'une athée française. Faites attention à vous.
Anonymous said...
Bravo !!

Il faudra du temps à la société Egyptienne pour abandonner les vieux réflexes conservateurs, religieux !
Même en france les choses sont loin d'étre apaisées quant aux droit à disposer de son corps. Les mouvements intégristes catholiques refont surface et le combat pour maintenir nos libertés est toujours à remettre sur le tapis.

Bravo à vous, bravo aux courageux peuple Egyptien qui lutte pour ses libertés !
Anonymous said...
You are brave. Yes to freedom. No to excision, no to rape, not to male domination in Egypt, no to Islamism.
cpleboheme said...
Bravo ! Votre courage est à la hauteur de votre idéal ! Toutes les femmes libres et tous les hommes libres du monde entier sont avec vous.

cpleboheme.blogspot.com
popi soudure said...
attitude pleine de courage dans un pays " l ' egypte " ou l ' islamisme gagne de plus en plus de voies et de terrain ! bravo a vous ...... Un salut de Paris , France ;
Seb GUILMIN said...
bravo pour ton combat pour la liberté des femmes en egypte ! je suis a 100% avec toi ... kiss from france
Anonymous said...
Das wichtigste deutsche Internetportal telepolis berichtet über die obige Diskussion.--
http://www.heise.de/tp/foren/S-Ja-wie-kann-man-den-Menschen-nur-so-zeigen-wie-er-ist/forum-215684/msg-21056718/read/showthread-1/

--
I fully support your action too.

(from east-germany)
Anonymous said...
Qui n'a pas posé nu ne peut pas comprendre.
Il y a des nudité qui drape.
Elle est nue sans l'être. Il n'y a pas du désir mais de la force.
Elle est jeune, belle, sensuelle mais je n'entends qu'une voix sereine parler de liberté.
On l'aimera pour son regard.
Frédéric said...
Congratulations ! I think that you are completely right in your action. You are very pretty and your pictures are not pornographic at all. Just great art, congratulations for the photographer. I want to assure you of my total support but please, please, keep very careful, you are of far greater help alive than dead. And I learned at many occasions that Islamist men don't bear contradiction... Wish you all the best and will follow your blog with great interest. Love
Anonymous said...
salut et bravo , tu es magnifique...courage c'est pas gagné
Anonymous said...
Congratulations, this is very courageous of you to try to break the barriers, to open minds and to defend your liberty of being the human you want to be. Liberty is something so important, this is something which the people are ready to died for, in Europe we made a lot of war for it, because this is the most important thing and the most beautiful and the most vital thing in the world. We, in europe, are totaly with all the arab peoples who are fighting for they rights and they liberty. congratulation and keep going ! and you are very natural and beautiful
Anonymous said...
Hi Aliaa,

I think it's great that you are doing what you believe in, regardless of what other people say or think. I don't speak Arabic, but Google Translate gave me a rough idea of what some other people here have said, and I would simply say this: don't even think about them. You have the right to do with your body (and your life) what you choose to do.

I'm not Egyptian, so I guess that it is not up to me to say how a future Egypt should be or look like, but if it'll be people like you who shape your country, I'm confident that it will turn out just fine. :)

Keep up the great work!
Anonymous said...
Bravo Alia
Anonymous said...
Freedom starts with the freedom of the body, of our bodies, of Your body! good luck! we love you!!
Anonymous said...
allah akhbar durka durka mohammad jihad (boom)
Info Hazard said...
There is nothing wrong with self-expression whether an interpretive dance, painting, or nude photo. It's a shame there's so much oppression in the middle east and disrespect for their woman. On a side note, I wish Americans would get over their public taboo of sexuality while practicing the complete opposite in their private lives.
Anonymous said...
Bravo mademoiselle, c'est courageux, seule la femme est le vecteur du progrès des sociétés
Anonymous said...
Whats sad is looking at a bunch of subhuman animals who cant control there baser instincts without having there women cover themselves from head to toe.
Anonymous said...
Vous avez beaucoup de courage continuez pour la liberté des femmes.
de Le Havre France
Anonymous said...
Why didn't you put more? =P
Anonymous said...
Courage for this fight for freedom, the way is still long.

I support you!
Anonymous said...
Ánimo!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Freakadellen said...
I admire your bravery. Thank you and good luck.

Francisco
Frank de Groot said...
My great respect! You are a true soldier in the fight for freedom in Egypt.

I lived and worked in Egypt for two years and like Egypt and Egyptians.

With your statement you are showing that change has come to Egypt, validating the sacrifice of the blood spilled in your revolution, you are the living proof that those martyrs have not died in vain.
Henrik said...
Beautiful pictures. I have a feeling that some people around the world may feel offended. However, I wonder why??? Coming from Denmark - beeing a very liberal country in this aspect - I find this nice to see. I do pictures like these myself and I don't see anything awkward.... Very couragous and please throw in more of this....

all the best HB
Anonymous said...
Bonjour,

Je vous félicite pour cette prise de position courageuse !
ten-ten said...
Never let facts get in the way of a good argument.
ten-ten said...
Never let facts get in the way of a good argument :)
Anonymous said...
Bonjour,

je suis français et un site d'information chez nous a fait un lien vers votre blog pour parler de votre combat.

Je suis très content de voir que tout le monde n'est pas résigné à voir s'appliquer la Charia dans votre pays.

J'espère que cette Révolution vous apportera au final, la liberté que vous avez réclamé : Liberté politique, liberté d'expression, liberté de la presse et ... liberté de disposer de son corps.

Je ne suis pas anti musulman, tout simplement contre tous les obscurantismes religieux, tout en gardant beaucoup de respect pour les croyants.

J'espère que vous lisez le français, moi je n'ai malheureusement aucune notion d'arabe.
Anonymous said...
Hi Aliaa, Wanted to express to u my respect. wich for many could be weird directed to a girl exposing her body in internet. (thinking could help you getting my point :d)
I am also very surprised by the comments! i am from morocco and the situation is not that much different from egypt. But still i am impressed by the many positive comments and less negative ones. Some light is rising out of darkness.
Maybe we are not that far from a whole lightned picture! singin another "tala3a albadrou 3alayna"! a modern "badr" this time, with a liberty light and universal rights (oh great that rimes ^^)
Daniel said...
Bravo pour ce geste.
Et toutes les menaces tu es entrain de les recevoir d'hypocrites qui n'ont pas pu s'empêcher de venir ici se rincer l'oeil.

Juste fais attention à toi :)

Daniel.
Orangedam said...
You were really courageous. I'ts because of women like you that the world will become more free. My compliments!
ventopiumoso said...
I did read your history on Italian newspapers and first I though that maybe blog was "dummy". But I must say that it is a original, corageous and good idea. And very artistic pictures! Bye (and I hopes you visit my boring site also, I consider you like a celebrity.. and on the other hand a "civil right soldier")
Anonymous said...
Good luck : be careful
Anonymous said...
I am for freedom, life and pursuit of happiness. I believe in letting all people exercise their right to self-expression. I believe also in a very simple rule : do not do onto others what you do not want done to you and my freedoms ends where my friend's starts...I respect all religions and all religions should respect each other. There is only one God and many forms of adoring him/her. We are all the same no difference in color, race or religion : the soul is colorless and invisible and the blood is red for everybody. Love and respect is stronger than hatred and destruction and control from one person over another. We are all FREE...be careful out there.
Anonymous said...
Support and respect for your action, that's all I can say.
Anonymous said...
Que dieu te benisse. De tout coeur avec vous.
Vous etes un rayon d'espoir.
Gus said...
Perfect, its time to expand the freedoom, as member of a naturist organization i give you all my respect and hope, more people be like you, baning religious influences in the daily life and gov.
Giubizza said...
Solo questo sapete fare voi donne...
Anonymous said...
tu n'es pas belle, ma belle.
Fred T said...
Vous êtes très courageuse, je suis de tout coeur avec vous. J'espère que les libertés et les droits auxquels vous aspirez à juste titre seront bientôt une réalité.
La femme est l'égal de l'homme.

You are very brave, I am wholeheartedly with you. I hope that the rights and freedoms, to which you aspire rightly so, will soon be a reality.
Woman is man's equal.
Take care of yourself.

Fred, from Brussels
Anonymous said...
T'es dégeulasse,t'es pas du tout sexy et franchement tu n'as rien à exhiber au monde,va chercher un peu de silicone pour embellir tes formes.Par la même occasion, ton brave père, est-ce qu'il a vu la photo de sa belle fille bien éduquée?

Tunisienne
Anonymous said...
tes une grosse salope.
Claude Wolteche said...
Strange enough, all media relay the nude picture of a girl and forget the man!!!
Anonymous said...
J'ai beau regarder cette photo avec toute mon attention, je n'y voit pas la moindre marque du diable mais tout son contraire ! Et cette attitude dégage beaucoup de force et transporte paisiblement beaucoup d'espoir.
Anonymous said...
Et une autre tunisienne écrit pour dire quelque chose de bien plus différent ! Bravo ma chère, quelle courage et quelle volonté ! Fière de voir que de telles femmes existent encore dans le monde arabe. Et pour la tunisienne qui a posté un commentaire d'une intelligence et d'un respect sans limites, j'aimerai te dire que de 1, elle ne cherche pas à être sexy !! Il faut comprendre la raison de cette photo avant te parler, et de 2, pourquoi embellir ses formes? C'est une belle femme, aucune de nous ne devrait "chercher un peu de silicone pour embellir ses formes" ce commentaire est juste ridicule. De 3, cette photo est devenue tout simplement internationale, et non pour des raisons "pornographiques" pour le message tout simplement extraordinaire qu'elle fait passer et mon son engagement quant à la cause féminine et à la liberté, tout ça pour dire que son brave père a sûrement vu la photo de sa belle fille bien éduquée comme tu as dis (et qui en tout cas plus éduquée que toi).

Myriam, une tunisienne engagée et qui tire son chapeau devant ce courage et cet engagement si bien exprimé, par l'art , la plus belle chose que le monde ait connu et qu'aucun d'entre vous ne pourra interdire. (oui mes chers, car le nu est un art et NON de la pornographie malsaine)
Laurent said...
I have a dream : thousands of naked women make a public demonstration in Egypte against machism and religious fanatism...Only a dream?
thphilippe said...
bravo
puzzailsignorvincenzo said...
E' una frega appetitosa assaie, mi piacerebbe se ci fossero delle immagini puranchesso del buco del gnao.
Anonymous said...
Hi Alia,
i'm a journalist working for several french medias and i would like to make an interview with you. If you are interested here is my email paulwolf2004@hotmail.com
Anonymous said...
Is just freedom, nothing to get scared of.
georges said...
Je ne suis pas musulman mais j'espère juste que vous n'allez pas être récupérer par des islamophobes qui n'attendent que des gens comme vous qui luttent pour leur liberté dans le monde arabe pour les utiliser et les instrumentaliser pour pouvoir oppresser les musulmans en occident

Georges
Anonymous said...
Well, the buzz you managed to create is in itself a victory!
My compliments to you and your friends who had the guts to participate in your project.
Cheers,

Andrew
Belgium
Mairesse JAcques said...
Il n'y a d'exagération de l'expression de la liberté qu'en conséquence de l'hypocrisie des barbus...
Un anarchiste doux.
Carlo said...
Good!
Sei coraggiosa! Hai tutto il mio rispetto ed il mio appoggio.
Anonymous said...
Pour avoir vécu plusieurs années en Egypte, je peux témoigner de l'impressionnante tension nerveuse palpable en permanence dans la population masculine. La quasi inexistence des corps féminins dans leur quotidien, ajoutée à la limitation drastique de leur rapport avec les femmes avant un hypothétique mariage passé 40 ans, crée une incroyable frustration chez nombre d'entre eux (presque tous, en fait), qui deviennent (malgré eux) des animaux dès qu'ils peuvent enfin voir un bras, des cheveux, un décolleté... Le cercle est vicieux, plus les femmes cachent leur corps, plus les hommes réagissent à une surface infime de peaux découverte, plus ils deviennent agressifs, plus ils touchent, pelotent, tripotent, insultent. Si toutes les égyptiennes se dévoilaient, et que des rapports hommes femmes plus équilibrés étaient autorisés, peut-être verrions nous enfin cette terrible violence morale et physique à l'encontre des femmes diminuer avec la baisse de la frustration masculine (qui du reste ne sera pas désagréable aux hommes non plus). Bravo pour ce symbole fort, Alaa!
Anonymous said...
Pourquoi pas... Chacun est libre de se montrer comme il veut... Ceux qui se sentent choqués n'ont qu'à ne pas s'attarder sur les photos... Ceux qui insistent à "condamner" montrent bien que cette action est judicieuse puisqu'ils n'ont aucune "autorité" à condamner une action personnelle qui est celle de s'exhiber (sans imposer bien sur cette photo à ceux qui ne veulent pas la voir...)
Anonymous said...
Applausing your courage from France. Keep going !!
Anon said...
This is very courageous of you. I applaud you and don't be put down by the people who can't think outside the box they locked themselves in.
You have every right to express yourself in any way you want and no reason not to be proud of yourself and your body.

Peace
Anonymous said...
حلقى بعيدا يا علياء فانت مبدعة و هؤلاء الذين يهاجمونك لم و لن يفهموك......كم انت رائعة!!!!
Seasonal Heart said...
This is truly incredible! I have always believed that nude art, if done tastefully, is true beauty. Our bodies are amazing vessels that carry life; societies around the world have made it taboo to show ourselves in our natural beauty. Being naked is not simply about sex. Negative images and unrealistic expectations have made women AND men embarrassed to be nude.
Anonymous said...
Ciao, sono uno studente Italiano, e come molti altri ho appreso questa notizia attraverso Blog e Facebook. Ti volevo fare personalmente i Complimenti per il tuo coraggio. Molte persone stanno venendo a conoscenza di quello che stai provando a trasmettere. In Italia hai la solidarietà di tantissima gente.
Buona fortuna anche al tuo ragazzo.

Alessandro
Anonymous said...
BRAVO !
you are one of the rare women that published sush photo for a good reason : FREEDOM !!!!!!!!!!!
ARABIC WOMAN still a SLAVE for man
BRAVOOOOOOOOOOOO
(Le but n'est pas d'etre sexy ya tunisienne! ton commentaire est tres debile et reflète ton inconscience ! corriges tes fautes d'orthographe)
Anonymous said...
With the red colors the picture wins some refreshing expression, without that it would be rother boring, at least considering the fact that every young person looks more or less the same
Mark said...
Bravo and Go on!
Some barbarians will insult you, because they're afraid of you, they don't understand, and they are so limited on their way of seeing life. And also, they want to impose their way of life.

The world will move with people like you (and it needs it!!!)! I am wholeheartedly with you!
Marocain said...
Courage et bravoure, ce que vous avez pu évoquer par ces photos, l'Afrique du nord a besoin d'un électro-choque pour se réveiller et réclamer que la pensée libre soit l'essence de notre inspiration et le moteur de notre progrès.

Bravo d'un Amazigh du Maroc.
animaldan said...
Solidaire! Totalement et inconditionnellement.
J.-Luc Malandain, France.
animaldan said...
P.S.: je veux bien envoyer une photo de mon côté pile, histoire de montrer mon c... aux courageux anonymes (c'est si pratique pour se prétendre "Tunisienne", hein..?). Berk, ces gens-là...
Blacklisted said...
It's offensive and unacceptable that the cat isn't wearing pants, or at least a swimsuit, and sitting in a more modest position. The cat's eye contact with the camera with only one eye makes it seem like it's winking coquettishly, like a cheap tramp. If I knew this cat, I would kill it.
Mormorola said...
Congratulation, you are very courageous. I am quite sure that your mind is as beautiful than your body.
Islam El-Mougy said...
Because of people like you, Egypt will become a great nation. Now Egypt and most egyptian are behind in everything, behind in science, art, morals, human rights and pretty much everything meaningful. Hats off to you and your boyfriends,
I hope you all the best,
Islam El-Mougy
Mester Seth said...
This is brave. I admire it & wish you good luck on achieving your goals from this.The entire world is waiting to see the future of Egypt. I hope people like you influence that future.
Gustavo said...
Hola te felicito por tu coraje
blackrockburner said...
great job and very courageous in that part of the world you live in as, indeed, women are still treated as cattle...
a man from brussels living in the usa
- clin d'oeil a Fred;)
shayma aziz said...
Hey. there's such a HUGE difference between the comments in arabic and in any other language! doesn't that tell you something?
blackrockburner said...
hahaaaaaa..."tunisienne"....mon oeil!
Anonymous said...
Parabéns pela coragem garota! Em um país obscurantista você defende o direito do livre expressar-se!

O mundo acompanha o desenrolar no Egito!!

I.R.L., Brasil !
Anonymous said...
Congratulations for your courage. We need more people like you! Go ahead!!!
Anonymous said...
Bravissima...un messaggio forte e deciso: i tempi devono cambiare.
Per quanto mi è possibile, son con la tua rivoluzione culturale!
Ivan
Anonymous said...
femme ou homme ...
la nature est faite des deux ...

liberté de se monter nu(e) ...

beau ou belle ...

respect leur choix ...

et puis un corps nu(e) est si beau - meme avec de petit ou gros défauts qui font leur charme et puis ... c est une forme d art ... qui devrais etre plus largement permis ...

se montrer ... comme au premier jour ... mais en plus grand(e) ...

je suis nudiste ...et fier de l etre ...

continuer a vous montrer ...

plus hommes pour repartir les enjeux de rapports d images *** tj des femmes *** ...

messieurs *** enlevé donc tout vos vêtements et montrer vos formes et votre sexe ... pourquoi - femmes doive tj etre nues pour nous les hommes ...
égalités en tout ...

vive le nu(e) ...............................
Anonymous said...
This is nude art not porn, not that it matters for a society of people where the majority are narrow minded..

And I bet all my money that 90% of the people attacking the photographs, saved them on their PCs.. That what we have reached, Shallow Religious Beliefs and Dirty Twisted Disgusted minds!
Zorbon said...
Hey Aliaa,

I was jumping from blog to blog, trying to find more of your writings... I hope to see more of your thoughts on "paper"...

How is the aftermath of posting the nude pics?
Anonymous said...
Hi,
I read here and there that nude is shocking !! what shocks you more a dead body riddled with bullets or a beautiful man's or woman's nude body???
I think it worth you guys think seriously about it! while banks are robbing the world you're denying the most natural right in this world is to dispose of our bodies as we want. enemy is elsewhere you morons...
Bravo Aliaa just keep going.
Fatiha (Algeria)
YMedad said...
can we have a sign that you are still alive and well?
Anonymous said...
You are great, and you got what you where seeking for, audience.

Nudity is something natural, those religous dikheads are everywhere.


Greetings and kisses from Spain.
roman said...
Congratulations for your freedom spirit and body
RicArdo Abdahllah said...
Every human being is the only owner of his/her body, nor religious neither social rules should deny this basic right. well done , Aliaa!
Leafless Eve said...
Freedom is not about taking off your clothes, it's about being able to do so without someone giving you a lesson in morals, harassing you or KILLING you. Her nudity wouldn't be an issue if you were used to seeing naked women. And since you're in the age of INFORMATION, GET USED IT.
Anonymous said...
Bravo et courage. la liberté à un prix.
patrick
كويتاوي said...
اعلن احترامي الشديد لشجاعتك وتطور ثقافتك وعلوى تطلع افقك تمنياتي لكي بالتوفيق
free pharo said...
are you planning to continue in taking such photos , or it is one shot to just highlight your point of view ?
I wish that you and others continue that idea.
Just take care of yourself
Anonymous said...
Un homme qui considère la femme, ou son voisin, comme un être inférieur,
ne doit pas s'étonner que que d'autres hommes puissent le considèrer,
à son tour comme un être inférieur.
À méditer pour tous les hommes du monde
quelque soit leur couleur de peau et leur religion.

Ce n'est pas la faim dans le monde, la pollution, la guerre nucléaire ou autre cataclysme qui menace l'humanité mais bien la connerie.
Alors courage à toi
Victoria said...
Thank God for women like you. You have already won with the ensuing debate you have caused. Women all over the world salute you and your bravery. It is women like you who throw our cause further along in giant strides. Egypt should be proud. Your bravery will make Egypt a better country. Alf, alf mabruk. Solidarity, peace, love, power and freedom from England. Bas arguk, khally baalik min nefsik xxx
Anonymous said...
Hello from Israel !!!
I wish you all the best. Good luck. Alexander
Guido said...
Very cute and courageous young women, also tries to be cautious for you open minded mentality....
My best compliments!!!
Anonymous said...
معجب جداً بشجاعتك وجرأتك وحريتك وكذلك بجسدك الجميل *_^
Anonymous said...
أقف وقفة احترام لك على جرئتك واتمنى أن يملك قلبي الجبان
بعض من جرئتك .. ما أجمل الحرية .. ما اجملها
Anonymous said...
Ceci n'a rien à avoir avec la liberté, c'est tout simplement de l’indécence. Honte sur toi.
Anonymous said...
Meanwhile, I tell you that you're a beautiful girl.
and then I'll tell you whatever your belief, continues to fight for what you believe.
This is true freedom.
Anonymous said...
من الأكيد أنّ نصف المحتجّين على الأقل والذين حكموا عليكِ بالذهاب إلى جهنم يستمنون أمام صورتكِ على الشاشة. من لا تعجبه الصورة فليقفل الصفحة ويقفل فمه ويصلّي ليذهب إلى الجنة.
Anonymous said...
slt je suis mauritanienne et je trouve que c'est un acte courageux de sa part mais la question reste a savoir est ce que le message a t'il passé? vu que nous sommes musulman nous pouvons toujours crier liberté mais nous savons tous qu'elle est limité
Anonymous said...
God bless you. You are a brave girl and I greet you with all respect.

Greetings to you from Syria.
Boyscout said...
Brave Aliaa !! You are a heroine of the free world!! You are right. Go ahead. The world which lives in slavery, in submission, shall follow your example, struggling for liberty as many others, women included, have done before. The stakes are high but they worth the while. All the people from Egypt should be proud of you. Greetings from Brazil.
Anonymous said...
Hello, these photos give faith for freedom for all the world. Everybody are concerned by woman treat in each country. Well done and all my respect for your action. I hope a lot of people will follow and support you like me.
Proud Egyptian Guy said...
You are the bravest person I've ever seen. I actually feel sorry for myself, as an Egyptian too, for not being anywhere near as brave as you. Keep it up.

Don't you mind the people telling you that you're not beautiful. Those people are too shallow to actually understand that it's about freedom not about looks, nudity.

For whatever its worth, I think your are gorgeous :))

Take care now, wish you all best.
aSH said...
with all my respect, i salute you, i hope muslims will understand that and will not kill you.
i wish you all the best and i hope for all arabs to become like you.

love you
Didier Lagasse said...
Le voile est le préservatif vestimentaire que les hommes imposent aux femmes pour calmer leur libido.

Bravo Madame.
Majed Camino said...
although, from a photography perspective, i didn't like both pictures, nonetheless I salute you for you are courageous ! Respect from Lebanon !
Ecletticamente said...
I think personal grown and emancipation are good reason to do what you have done. You have demostrated bravery and awareness. Best of luck.
Anonymous said...
Brava!
Siamo con te.

Fabio
Anonymous said...
You are very beautiful and I thank You to celebrate your feminity.
Bravos.
Anonymous said...
vraiment chapeau bas c'est très courageux continue Peace and Love :)
Anonymous said...
L'expression de la liberté !
Rien n'empêchera l' Homme de vivre selon ses concepts !!!
Nous naissons libre ! Cette liberté nous appellera toujours !
Bravo Princesse !!!
A.A.
shadyekka said...
حريه في مجتمع متخلف مئات السنين بسبب نظام خائن وشعب جاهل وناس كلها عامله نفسها قضاة قبل ان تحاسب انفسها
Winamq said...
Music should be free too! http://www.winamq.com
30+ millions of songs!
Alkmenes said...
Not easy to be "Yourself" when a radical, closed, shauvinist culture wants you to be what other men want you to be.

Every person is an Island...

Nice to see that yours has got a freedom flag at it's top.
Anonymous said...
Thank you on the behalf of many Arab women for your gut and courage. You have our respect
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