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West becoming a mosque-free zone: The fall of a dead leaf is a warning to the green ones

Filed in Current affairs, foreign affairs, Religion by on October 13, 2010 0 Comments
West becoming a mosque-free zone: The fall of a dead leaf is a warning to the green ones

Islamiphobia is on the rise in the West. The latest controversy is the opposition of construction of a mosque in the city of Marseilles, France–the most “Islamic city” in France. The opposition in France is led by the far right political party of Jean Marie Lepen. While the opposition of a mosque near ground zero is […]

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Choose another location for the Islamic center: The sore is cured but the scar remains

Filed in Current affairs, Religion by on August 23, 2010 2 Comments
Choose another location for the Islamic center: The sore is cured but the scar remains

The confrontation between supporters of the Islamic center near ground zero and opponents was unnecessary. While anybody has a right to express his opinion, it should not be an opportunity to spread Islamophobic sentiment. We all agree that Islam is not a synonym for terrorism, but Islam has been hijacked by Islamist extremists to terrorize the West. […]

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Ahmadinejad assassination attempt or fantasy? Fake your death, and you will know who hates you

Filed in Current affairs, foreign affairs by on August 5, 2010 0 Comments
Ahmadinejad assassination attempt or fantasy? Fake your death, and you will know who hates you

Assassination attempt or Western fantasy? The latest about a grenade thrown at Ahmadinejad‘s convoy has gone through the media like a brush fire. As usual, Iran denied that President Ahmadinejad was hurt and downplayed the incident. This incident should give President Ahmadinejad a sense of what will happen when he’s dead and how the Western media will spread the […]

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John McCain and Sarah Palin Together Again: A bad cook also has his share of bad food.

Filed in Current affairs, Politics by on March 28, 2010 1 Comment
John McCain and Sarah Palin Together Again: A bad cook also has his share of bad food.

Senator John McCain, former presidential candidate, is facing a challenge from within his political party as he seeks reelection. Many in his own party think that he’s not conservative enough. He has turned to his former running mate Sarah Palin for help. As during the presidential election, when they were behind in polls, their rhetoric […]

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Shot Fired at Eric Cantor’s Office: He who defecates on the way finds flies on his way back.

Filed in Current affairs, Politics by on March 26, 2010 0 Comments
Shot Fired at Eric Cantor’s Office: He who defecates on the way finds flies on his way back.

The passage of the health insurance reform bill in America has left the GOP in shock. The election of Scott Brown, (the Massachusetts Senator who surprised America by winning the seat long held by the late Ted Kennedy) gave hope to the Republican party. Like a house built on sand, the hope slowly is starting […]

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Obama’s Final Push For Health Care Reform: Do not throw away the oars before the boat reaches the shore.

Filed in Current affairs, Politics by on March 19, 2010 1 Comment
Obama’s Final Push For Health Care Reform: Do not throw away the oars before the boat reaches the shore.

President Obama postponed his overseas trip to give a final push for health care reform. The president is certainly right given the importance of the matter. Despite the promises for support from representatives of his own political party, surprises are not exempt from the final vote. The Democrats have been very deceptive, both in the […]

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Mosab Hassan Yousef, the son of Hamas: a crocodile running away from rain to seek refuge in the river.

Filed in Current affairs, foreign affairs by on March 9, 2010 0 Comments
Mosab Hassan Yousef, the son of Hamas: a crocodile running away from rain to seek refuge in the river.

Mosab Hassan Yousef, the son of a Hamas founder, has revealed in a new book “Son of Hamas” that he was a Shin Bet spy for 10 years. The news is a shock in Gaza and among the Palestinian people. Of course the reaction of Hamas was to deny that he was part of their organization. […]

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Obama’s State of the Union Address: A wrong step by the leader is a warning for those following

Filed in Current affairs, Politics by on January 28, 2010 0 Comments
Obama’s State of the Union Address: A wrong step by the leader is a warning for those following

Shifting gears from health care reform to job creation shows that the administration is paying attention to the severity of the recession on main street. At his first State of the Union address, the President has shown his leadership. I am still very skeptical about how he’s going to build a bipartisan coalition to rebuild the […]

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Iraq hangs “Chemical Ali”: If you do evil, you must expect evil.

Filed in Current affairs, foreign affairs, US foreign policy by on January 26, 2010 0 Comments
Iraq hangs “Chemical Ali”: If you do evil, you must expect evil.

Ali Hassan al-Majid — known as “Chemical Ali”, former Iraqi Defense and Interior minister and notorious cousin of Saddam Hussein — was executed by hanging according to the Iraqi government. Chemical Ali was sentenced to death four times for genocide and crimes against humanity. He was sentenced to death for ordering the gas attack on […]

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Obama and the Democrats: If your cornfield is far from your house, the birds will eat your corn.

Filed in Current affairs, Politics by on January 24, 2010 0 Comments
Obama and the Democrats: If your cornfield is far from your house, the birds will eat your corn.

You do not have to be a psychic or a voodoo priest to predict dark days ahead for the Democrats. Losing Ted Kennedy‘s seat is a sign.  They also showed that they are unable to stay united and on track. For sure they are going to pay very heavily in the next mid-term elections if […]

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