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The Daily Servant of Power

Today’s servant of power is:

Christopher Hitchens

He rather command a military – any military – than have no influence at all.

The prophet Muhammad had many struggles when trying to spread his teachings.  

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Iraqi politics is entertaining, sad & humiliating

I thought I would break my silence and write a random post on Iraq just because I’m bored and I want the non-Arabic speaking people who still follow Iraq’s current events to know just how fucked up, ridiculous and hilarious our sectarian government really is. 1,375 more words


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Will the Rwanda tragedy reoccur in Camp Liberty?

Those who not learn from history are doomed to repeat it

By Hameed Orayzi

When organizations like the United Nations don’t live up to their duties, for example, in the atrocities that took place in Rwanda and Srebrenica, hundreds of thousands of innocent people pay the price of such grave mistakes. 668 more words

Human Rights

Coffee Talk

Last night I finally had the opportunity to sit down with A.S. and T.B. for the first time in close to a decade. Sure, we’ve seen each other at parties, at weddings and at funerals, but not like this. 846 more words


Easter a Time of Celebration and Danger for Many Christians Around the Globe

In the overload of information on the Facebook newsfeed, this one from 8thirty8 stood out:


Iraqi Called War Hero Sentenced In Colorado Rape

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (AP) – An Iraqi man who immigrated to the United States after helping U.S. soldiers in his homeland has been sentenced to 28 years to life in a rape case. 106 more words



I dare to repeat myself: the stiff-necked hypocrites of The US of A are in deep-crap – if we do not follow the German Work Week of 32 hours, in a four day work week, with a paid one month “holiday,” also a guaranteed right! 404 more words

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