About Parking Spaces

























































































After days and days (yes it was a matter of days) of super hard work, I can proudly announce that Maw2af.org (or the top-secret project I’ve been hinting to you about lately) is online, and almost perfectly functioning!


Maw2af.org gives youth across Lebanon a platform to report and share on topics of their choosing: social, environmental, political, entertainment,etc. Maw2af.org is a non-political, non-religious website. And most importantly, guess who designed it! 😀 Come on, take a guess!

This website is a project of the famous Y4T (Youth for Tolerance) the NGO that I joined and that I have also been talking to you about. Check out our website to know more about our projects.

Now some extra news:

• I will be regularly posting comics on maw2af.org (a bit like here, but more socially/politically oriented and that I’m co-working on with Elie Awad) so you can check them there. Will keep you posted the first week of the new… well, postings!

• YOU can post stuff too! Photos, articles, shout your opinion out loud for everyone to read it, see it… Looking forward to see what you have to submit!

In case you missed yesterday’s news, click here for the lovely interview that I had with NOWLEBANON. Thank you Maysam! 🙂

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7 Responses to “About Parking Spaces”

  1. qussa Says:

    Mabrook! 🙂

  2. joanna Choukeir Says:

    Khayyy mabrouk! love it!

  3. Wissam M Says:

    Best intro ever : )
    Now we go see the website!

  4. IngZ Says:

    u know what i like the most?? is the way u draw urself! i luuuvvv it !!with all teh expressions on ur face! it kills me, heheh:D::D:D & maw2af.org here i comeee:D:D

  5. Eric Says:

    I tried registering, and it keeps saying that my email address is not valid (even though it definitely is) 😦

  6. Zouzeta Says:

    Mabrouk finallyyyyy

    good work and nice design… 😀

  7. Rami Says:

    Mabrouk! Nice layout, hope it gets finalized soon.
    And congratulations for making it into the press 😉 As you said the the blogging scene is not so strong in Lebanon, the press should definitely shed more light on the Lebanese blogsphere.

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