As the Arab Awakening unfolds, Egypt is going through a transitional state, fighting for democracy and searching for its new identity.
A Monopoly Game of a political nature recently emerged in the blustering political arena.… Read this Post
Americans will always be great people as long as there are millions of conscientious humans as this great Judge Jeanine Pirro.
God Bless you Judge. God Bless Americans who still hold the great ethics of Roosevelt and Lincoln which really built today’s Great America.
Dear Judge Jeanine: Please teach that Kid Obama the meaning of terrorism.
Thanks to Ibrahim Isa for discovering this important video.
Mohamed Nabil Gamie
Yet another offensive anti-Islam practice emerged unexpectedly in 10 New York city subway stations. An anti-Islam subway ads viciously vilifying our nations and categorizing Muslim people as savages. These subway ads are among a series of repulsive activities unleashed periodically to set off fierce outrage and deadly riots in the Arab World.… Read this Post
In June this year freelance journalist Gabrielle Pickard spoke to Shahriar Kia, a political analyst expert on Iran since 1982 and spokesperson for Camp Ashraf, Iraq, about the role women have played in helping to improve the lives of Iranian exiles living in “poverty and squalor” in a refugee camp in Iraq, known as Camp Ashraf.… Read this Post
Iran’s Biggest Empowerment
Inner courtyards and roads are paved with gravel and mud, intolerable for the sick and the handicapped. Sky-high towers bestowed with cameras and armed forces with semi-heavy machine guns patrol regularly.… Read this Post
As the unevenness in wealth grows in Morocco, the age of excess needs to be replaced by an age of equality.
If I was given a Dirham every time a Moroccan person picked up my two young sons and kissed them lovingly on the cheek during our recent five-day visit to Marrakesh, I would probably have made enough money to buy myself a “meat tagine” at one of the more up-market restaurants in the city.… Read this Post
The First Amendment (Amendment I) to the United States Constitution is part of the Bill of Rights. The First Amendment prohibits making any law impeding the free exercise of religion, infringing on the freedom of speech, infringing on the freedom of the press, interfering with the right to peaceably assemble or prohibiting the right to petitioning for a governmental redress of grievances.… Read this Post
Photos are from Istanbul, Turkey, showing the funeral of the Turkish activists killed by Israel on 31 May 2010 in international waters aboard the aid flotilla Liberty that was set to deliver food, medicine and emergency supplies to Gaza.… Read this Post
This morning, Israel armed forces attacked the unarmed humanitarian convoy at sea, the flotilla consisting of 6 peaceful ships, in route to deliver food aid and emergency supplies to Gaza.
More than 16 civilians of different nationalities were killed by the Israeli attack on the peaceful convoy.… Read this Post
How could the UN and governments worldwide do more to fight Somalia piracy?
My 3-year-old son has a fixation with pirates. The perpetual excitement running around the house waving a sword in the air dressed as a pirate makes him exhilarated by the fact he knows pirates don’t really exist.… Read this Post