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Letter to a Non-Voter ...From Michael Moore

Letter to a Non-Voter ...From Michael Moore

Four years ago you gave in and voted – and you voted for Obama. You wanted to believe he would go after the Wall Street crooks who crashed the economy – but instead the banks that were "too big to
Last Updated on Monday, 05 November 2012 11:45

The Strongest Among You…

The Strongest Among You…
He was a man who controlled his anger and had emphasized that the strongest man is not the one who can wrestle others to the ground but the one who can control himself during the time of anger...
Last Updated on Sunday, 16 September 2012 11:50

9/11 Tragedy … How You Remember It in 2012

9/11 Tragedy … How You Remember It in 2012
There is enough animosity and hate on the planet and there isn’t the need to ad gas into the flame. History has taught us that every community – be it religious or otherwise – has hardcore fanat
Last Updated on Tuesday, 11 September 2012 13:03

Mars, Obama, and Aliens

Mars, Obama, and Aliens
I remember once when my friend saw me excited for my upcoming vacation and the places I was trying to visit across the ocean, he said something I will never forget. People travel miles away looking fo
Last Updated on Thursday, 06 September 2012 10:18

Teen’s View: Goodbye Ramadan, Our Dear Guest

Teen’s View: Goodbye Ramadan, Our Dear Guest
Every night, once I get out of bed, the smell of the suhour meal hits me and I breathe it in deeply, with a satisfied smile on my face. It’s quite fascinating how traditions like the drummer who wal
Last Updated on Tuesday, 14 August 2012 11:29

Slandering Muslim Women Olympic Athletes

Slandering Muslim Women Olympic Athletes
However this global euphoria and awe of visibly Muslim women in (and out of) headscarves competing has been tainted by a Saudi Arabian Tweeter, allegedly named Sultan al-Hilali, who spread a hash tag
Last Updated on Wednesday, 08 August 2012 12:02

Freedom … This Ramadan (Personal Feeling)

Freedom … This Ramadan (Personal Feeling)
This Ramadan, I pray that I find freedom. Where Ramadan becomes an annual redress to balance our values, its message is not to deny yourself an existence or participation in the life of this world. Ra
Last Updated on Sunday, 05 August 2012 11:42

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