Two former colleagues from my studies at the University of Windsor have both begun writing blogs/websites in the past couple of weeks that I think you should look into. 239 more words
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Heba Bsat (@ClumsyHibz): Take a look at the history of Lebanon and you’ll notice that the Lebanese have always been reduced to what they believe in instead of whom they are. 875 more words
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So in fact, restricting a form of practice that restricts others’ religious freedom is actually a protection of religious freedom. So in other words, negation of a negation is an affirmation.
The Syrian Army units repelled Wednesday terrorist
s and destroyed their weapons, ammunition and hideouts in several provinces.
Army units destroyed two cars equipped with heavy machineguns and left a number of terrorists dead or injured in Yabroud city in Damascus countryside, while other units continued to progress in Rima farms after eliminating terrorists from Jabhet al-Nusra and destroying their equipment and weapons, in addition to eliminating terrorists north of Yabroud near the town of al-Sahl. 476 more words
While the ‘peace lines’ or ‘peace walls’ are certainly interesting to see, visit, and ponder and are currently a significant tourist attraction for Belfast, I often wonder about the nature of walls as a means to peace; walls are a function of fear and feed the fear which led to the erection of the wall in the first place. 1,311 more words