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Olympic Pride & Prejudice- When Champions Return To a Country That Doesn’t Champion Them

I’ll be at the table When company comes. Nobody’ll dare
Say to me,
“Eat in the kitchen,” Then. 
They’ll see how beautiful I am And be ashamed–  1,081 more words

Sexism, Until Racism, Until Islamaphobia!

Oh those clever people over at Vox, looked hard enough to compile a 5 minute video of all the sexist coverage of the Olympics.  Two weeks worth of competition and those sexist commentators gave them enough for a 5 minute video complete with their own commentary on how sexist it is, graphics and a sweet intro.   2,292 more words

Muslim Cleric and Associate Shot to Death on New York Street

A Muslim cleric and an associate were fatally shot by a lone gunman on Saturday while walking together following afternoon prayers at a mosque in the New York City borough of Queens, authorities said. 618 more words


Where Is Safe?

(As published in the Yemeni American News, August, 2016)

My husband Steve and I sat motionless on the floor of our empty upper flat and watched with racing hearts the commotion below. 909 more words

Jesus The Messiah

Pro and Con-fidence Man   (2016Aug10)

Wednesday, August 10, 2016                                           3:47 PM

Donald Trump tells us that America is broken, America has failed, it’s just a big pile of junk—and that he can fix it and make it ‘great’ again. 710 more words

Personal Observations

Muslim Rape Jihad: The Western Women - The First Victims of Forced Immigration

The current Muslim rape epidemic in Europe seems to be an expected outcome of the forced third world immigration. Our liberal oriented politicians didn’t think about it when they were welcoming the thousands of young males from the Middle East and North Africa, under the childish explanation that they are suffered population who will contribute to the western societies. 1,557 more words

Refugee Crisis

Little Strengths

“What bothers you most when we go out?”

I turned from stirring to look over at my eleven-year-old sister. She was sorting out plates for lunch, seemingly calm, but I couldn’t help wondering if someone had bothered her. 667 more words