Remembering the Wahhabi forces has always been associated with remembering the criminal practices of their ancestors since the political deal between Mohammad bin Saud and Mohammad bin Abdul Wahhab, which stated that the first must protect the ideology of the second in order for it to spread, while the second gives legitimacy to the rule of the first. 960 more words
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We’re continuing our lesson series on the Corinthian letters with 1st Corinthians 1:10-17.
I believe this section from Paul’s writings is one of the most timely exhortations for the Church in our day as we find ourselves smack in the middle of 37,000 distinct denominations, countless scholarly opinions on each verse, and an ever widening schism in the brotherhood!
When it comes to the Middle East, the United States has had one overarching concern since the end of the Cold War and its attendant Great Power gamesmanship: countering and/or preventing extremist violence that threatens America or American interests. 1,096 more words
Hey everyone. On what would have been my mother’s 84th Birthday This poem written for day 16 of NaPoWrIMo recalls with a combination of Love and brutality my memories of a woman who gave many of the values i hold today such as fairness, honesty, and generosity of spirit. 629 more words
Daily Arabic Media Review April 13, 2015 on Sectarianism, Iran, and ISIS
Al Nahar (Lebanon)
Fourteen members of the Muslim Brotherhood sentenced for execution in Egypt… 465 more words