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Calaloo Stew (Stewed Greens)

Calaloo Stew (Stewed Greens)

With the winter months approaching, a nutritious, warming evening meal that is economical is just what one needs to fend off the lingering coldness. Not peculiar to The Congo, Calaloo/Calulu Stew is..
Last Updated on Saturday, 29 November 2008 13:15

Above Self Gratification

Above Self Gratification
On a quiet suburban street, I came across a red traffic light. The car opposite me ‎heading in the opposite direction also stopped for a few seconds, and then to my ‎surprise, drove through the re
Last Updated on Saturday, 29 November 2008 12:54

Identity & University Life

Identity & University Life
As online counselors for Onislam.net, we get numerous questions from all over the world relating to the struggles of being Muslim in the 21st century. Particularly for young Muslims, the questions we
Last Updated on Sunday, 02 September 2012 11:44

A Long Journey Home (Folder)

A Long Journey Home (Folder)
For 60 years, the world has conspired by intend or by silence to the humiliation, degradation, and physical and psychological violence upon a people because they exist. Generation after generation Pal
Last Updated on Thursday, 27 November 2008 15:15

Dr Hany El Bana: Exclusive at Islamonline

Dr Hany El Bana: Exclusive at Islamonline
Dr. Hany El Banna, chairman of the Humanitarian forum and founder of Islamic Relief Worldwide (UK), was a guest at islmonline.net, where he answered questions and discussed several issues related to c
Last Updated on Thursday, 27 November 2008 13:41

People of Gaza Are Stripped of Their Dignity!

People of Gaza Are Stripped of Their Dignity!
"The people of Gaza are stripped of their dignity!' These are the words of the operations director of the largest international humanitarian organization (UNRWA) in Gaza, Mr. John Ging.
Last Updated on Thursday, 27 November 2008 00:00

Green Jobs Recharge Lives

Green Jobs Recharge Lives
Nearly 70 years ago, Richmond, California was a bustling shipyard where women and a predominantly African-American population – farm workers and sharecroppers from the South retrained as welders an
Last Updated on Saturday, 22 November 2008 15:26

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