the interrogations of shamshouma

Lebanese song explains how violence becomes embodied in the everyday without relying on academic jargon


yep. this simple song says it better than most theories of violence I’ve read

مش هيّن أبداً مش سهل تمشي عالرايق على مهل

و رصاص مطاول راسك و دبابة فوق مداسك

و العسكر داير من دار ت يلعنلك اساسك

مش هيّن أبداً مش سهل, مش هيّن أبداً مش سهل

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