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Religion as a guiding light for the mankind is built upon certain injunctions, basic tenets and high standard doctrines which are of themselves perfect even though the adherence to the injunctions might not be. 327 more words

Islam

Better Defining Comprehensive Sex Education

Although politically divisive, statistics tend to reinforce the reasoning behind comprehensive programs. Comprehensive programs are more effective at reducing disease prevalence and teenage pregnancy because those classes directly address the issues at hand. 366 more words

Affirmative

Suicide Bombing: A Disparaging Dogma-I

Abu Huraira narrates that, “We were in the company of Allah’s Apostle in a Ghazwa (battle), and Rasool Allah (Salallaho Elahae Wassallum) remarked about a man who claimed to be a Muslim, saying, “This (man) is from the people of the (Hell) Fire.” When the battle started, the man fought pugnaciously till he got wounded. 1,112 more words

Pakistan

Reflections on a Rainy Drive

It is a cold and rainy evening. Perhaps cold is not the right word, but with raindrops slamming against the windshield of the car it is the first to come to mind. 684 more words

The Top #7 Misconceptions about Marketing (and Marketers)

  1. “Marketing = Advertising”
Doctor Who / BBC

I’ve got to admit that as a Marketer, this misconception hurts a lot. It is not that Advertising isn’t important to a company, but saying that Marketing is the same as Advertising, is reducing Marketing to one of its components. 635 more words

Marketing

Oklahoma

Oklahoma really must be explained.

Facts, stats, and data don’t seem to be adequate enough tools in dispelling the myths surrounding our fair state. So, opinions about Oklahoma shall be erased by the opinions from Oklahoma! 13 more words

Facts

What about.........? {a series}

Many who aren’t in the Catholic church (and many who are, even) see the Church as nothing but a rule-imposing, overbearing, government of sorts.  But I’d like to take a moment to put a different perspective on this. 344 more words

Persecution