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Not in MY name!

Not in MY name!

12 Sep, '1228 Comments

The events in Libya attacking an embassy and killing some of its inhabitant simply for a stupid movie is not only a heinous act and completely inhuman, but does Islam a complete injustice. Allah and His Prophet do NOT need anyone’s help and assistance, thank you very much, so keep your violence and your disgraceful […]

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The Source of Instability

The Source of Instability

8 Nov, '116 Comments

Secretary Clinton encouraged both Bahrain and Saudi to embrace the Arab Spring. I do hope that they do because it IS in their best interest t do so. What we actually see on the ground now; however, is abstinence and a deep sense of denial. It’s almost as if some in both countries’ administration are […]

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The Ambassador Speaketh

The Ambassador Speaketh

9 Jan, '110 Comments

Interesting interview in Al-Wasat this morning in which its editor-in-chief interviewed the departing American Ambassador to Bahrain Mr Adam Ereli. The interview had three axes: reflections on his tenure in Bahrain, Freedoms of Expression as exercised (or lack thereof) in Bahrain and the Internet in particular and lastly human rights. It’s surprising and refreshing to […]

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A different kind of Muslim

A different kind of Muslim

28 May, '1035 Comments

Change to the Muslim world seem to be coming from Muslims in the free world. But can that counter the growing extremism and verdant sectarianism we experience in the lands of Islam? Could people like Rima Faqih and Aziz Ansari be the harbinger of change?

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Dig!

Dig!

27 May, '103 Comments

The novel sight of illustrious personages shoveling dirt might not be an alien one to most people’s minds, but 9 of them being pictured in the process certainly illicits a worthy “captioning” competition, so have at it!

But who are they and what are they doing is another story…

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