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Part the waters

But Moses told the people, “Don’t be afraid. Just stand still and watch the Lord rescue you today. The Egyptians you see today will never be seen again.  346 more words


Arab Spring Managed: Intro

Throughout history events and principles have been used for certain strategic, political, and diplomatic objectives. United States and other western countries have practiced this concept most openly. 464 more words

Arab Spring

Dancing with an accent (that old talk about foreign dancers)

Mine is bigger than yours or my toy is better than yours – haven´t we all been there? Egyptian Oriental Dance is not an  exception: it´s full of comparisons, childish competition, theories, opinions (informed and misinformed) and old battles. 1,009 more words


I Am Not

I am not.

Don’t look at the softness and smoothness of my skin
And the shield shape of my body
Because I am not
I am not… 123 more words


Light reading in 100 AD

Guest poster Colin Fisher ponders reading choices and national identity in politically interesting times.

Like many Scots I was reminded by the stramash over the referendum recently to consider whether I am Scottish, British or a combination of both. 1,312 more words

Non-fiction: History

Mystery of History { Mummies & Pyramids}

Our Mystery of History activity for “Mummies and Pyramids” was to create our own mummies, using toilet paper. I gave the girls a roll of toilet paper and told them to go outside and get started “mummifying” each other. 49 more words

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