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Reflections on Eid as Gaza Crumbles

Zena Agha

29th July 2014, London

Yesterday, Eid Al-Fitr started. There are two Eids annually and this one is the smaller of the two, it comes at the end of the Holy Month of Ramadan where Muslims worldwide have fasted from sunrise to sunset every day for a month. 803 more words


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Diaspora dal greco “διασπορά“. Per diaspora si intende la dispersione in varie parti del mondo di un popolo costretto ad abbandonare la sua sede di origine. 533 more words


The Love Languages of Nigerians

Language encompasses every nuance of a people’s communication. Slangs that are spin-offs from the intrigues in our sociopolitical arena are the thermostat of a nation. Whether elitist or egalitarian, these ‘idioms’ drape our language like rich velvet. 1,919 more words


How Indian are you?

How Indian are you? Do you remember being regaled by the tales of your ancestors? Do you remember the fragrance of those traditional delicacies that wafted out of your kitchen? 413 more words

As A Progressive Jew, I am Committed...

As I attempt to write these lines whilst sitting in a train traveling North from Alicante to Barcelona in Spain, my home country, I can’t help but appreciate the beauty of the land of the region of Valencia. 923 more words