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Mme Najem advises Lebanese women on the subject of Domestic workers, and she has a lot to say.

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Uploaded on Nov 18, 2010

  • unfortunately it only brings to light how many Lebanese disrespect other nationalities and races. It is an outrageous Lack of civic and education in our country . Completely unacceptable.......

    Posted: 4:05 PM | May 10 2011
  • Putin ce trop grave. Maluresement il ya bcp des femme libanaise de la même altitude.racisme total....ce dommage ke ça exist encore le esclavage chez nous.la honte.((((

    Posted: 2:52 AM | Feb 22 2011
  • This is the best acting I have ever seen on Lebanese Television!!! You almost have to remind yourself that this is an actress an not the real Madame Najem (and strangle her!). Very impressive and brilliant acting!

    Posted: 11:05 PM | Feb 12 2011
  • Long Live Mme Najem

    Posted: 3:11 PM | Dec 17 2010
  • @11:19 People like you are disgusting...people the freedom to live where they want...and the way they want..no matter where they are from and color they are!

    Posted: 12:44 AM | Dec 11 2010
  • Wow...This video really sheds a light on a perspective of Lebanon that we try to hide and bury...I want to congratulate Madame Najem for really bringing the character to life, its truly sad to think that some people in Lebanon actually think this way.

    Posted: 1:34 PM | Dec 07 2010
  • Wow...This truly sheds a light on a perspective in Lebanon that we try to hide and bury. I want to congratulate Madame Najem for her excellent acting skills she really made the character come to life.

    Posted: 1:22 PM | Dec 07 2010
  • ingaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa!!!!love ittttttt!

    Posted: 3:55 AM | Dec 04 2010
  • Mme Najem is right. if they don't like it...let them go back where they came from...and live as they should really live...

    Posted: 12:19 PM | Nov 26 2010
  • not in general but it s happening maybe not like it had been discribed here , but fir sure there is sick people like Mme Najem

    Posted: 5:43 PM | Nov 23 2010
  • Well, to be fair,, its not only Lebanese,, We have this kind of attitude is spread in the Gulf Region (Saudi, Bahrain, UAE, ...) where it has become socially acceptable to do so,, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=946LfiSpCS0

    Posted: 10:56 AM | Nov 22 2010
  • "Great!! reminded me of Lebanese people. That's who a typical Lebanese people think and talk and act. They think that they are GOD." it's sad that that's what you took from the video and from the lebanese people. every culture has its flaws, and from the many i've seen, the lebanese culture is one of the best. -Danny

    Posted: 4:12 AM | Nov 22 2010
  • "Great!! reminded me of Lebanese people. That's who a typical Lebanese people think and talk and act. They think that they are GOD." it's sad that that's what you took from the video and from the lebanese people. every culture has its flaws, and from the many i've seen, the lebanese culture is one of the best. -Danny

    Posted: 4:40 AM | Nov 22 2010
  • Waw! This really makes me sick. I haven't lived in the Middle East for 10 years now and almost forgot about the domestic violence that takes place in alot of the houses that have foreign servants working for them. We constantly try to show a different image of arabs here in the diaspora, and then some back home still do that. what a shame. what hypocracy. Thanks for making this part of the show to show how messed up it is and how nomaralized its been and still is.

    Posted: 9:09 AM | Nov 20 2010
  • Great!! reminded me of Lebanese people. That's who a typical Lebanese people think and talk and act. They think that they are GOD.

    Posted: 8:57 AM | Nov 20 2010
  • A genius one of you guys its true that the character is a bit exaggerated, so people can guess its fiction.it's like Ricky Gervais comedy, where you always have to question if he means what he says or not...Mme Najem is a brilliant cast.Poor she, but still the message is great and I'm sure she agrees on that... well done Shankaboot

    Posted: 4:10 PM | Nov 19 2010
  • if this video aims at shedding the light on this issue...it did not achieve this simply because it moved the focus from a very sensitive issue "the Domestic workers" to focus on a character who is blond and pretty. I really enjoyed watching it but then i gave it another thought: should I be laughing? the answer was NO! this type of video is some how dangerous.

    Posted: 2:57 PM | Nov 19 2010
  • oh my goodness!!! what is this??? spot on!! I cannot stop laughing!!

    Posted: 6:19 PM | Nov 18 2010
  • Not all people in Lebanon think like this don't generalize please!

    Posted: 5:13 PM | Nov 18 2010
  • Oh I love this! It's sad that people in Lebanon actually think like this

    Posted: 4:19 PM | Nov 18 2010
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