Monthly Archives: March 2011

The Road to Secularism – Part II

As someone who believes that one must judge others not only by their words, but also by their actions, and for the sake of my credibility and convictions, I woke up on Sunday, March 20, 2011 with the intention of … Continue reading

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From Man-Made Revolutions to Nature’s Deadly Wrath

As closely as I have been following the events in Libya, hoping the country will avoid falling into a civil war and manage to overthrow the lunatic colonel once and for all.  As I assume it is only a matter … Continue reading

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The Road to Secularism

If you happen to be in the Middle East these days without punching your fist in the air, calling for the downfall of someone or something, then something must be wrong. To be fair, the people of every single Arab … Continue reading

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The Failures of Preemptive Reform

The Tunisian Revolution took the world by surprise.  That very same revolution took the Middle East and North African world by storm.  The desperate act of a courageous ordinary young man, ending his existence in the same way he had … Continue reading

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