Desi Thoughts

Why have the British media killed the ‘Kill Khalid’ reviews?

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Despite rave reviews in the US, Paul McGeough’s book about a failed Mossad assassination attempt has been ignored by British media By Phillip Knightley LAST UPDATED 3:10 PM, JULY 21, 2009 In April this year Quartet Books published Kill Khalid: The Failed Assassination of Khalid Mishal and the Rise of Hamas. It was written by an Australian war correspondent, Paul McGeough, an expert on the Middle East. The book had come out in the United States to ecstatic reviews. I had heard of McGeough and although I did not know…read more

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Democracy (What the Heck)

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what does Democracy means, hmmm i dont feel like taking the meaning out of the Dictionary but it would be something along “right to elect leaders by the people” but guess what it is all wrong, it is a not true it actually is “Govt elected by the people which conforms to the ideology of the foreign super Powers”. now why would i say that, why would i torment the dead romans or Greeks who came up with this beautiful way of life, because it is a sham in these…read more

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An insider's view on niqab

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An insider’s view on niqab Article taken from this Blog What follows is an account of the experiences of a young sister in Canada who has been wearing the niqab since she was 17 and at school. Her name is Ardo; she is of Somali origin and lives in Ottawa, and is presently in her fourth year at university. I wanted to present a real sister’s experience and perhaps defence of the niqab, because although I strongly defend the right of Muslim women to wear it (and, insha Allah, I…read more

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