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tabsir , January 13th, 2022
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tabsir , January 1st, 2022
As another year draws to a close, it is hard not to think in larger terms of the course of the last century. The world has seen two…
tabsir , September 6th, 2021
Google’s attempt to translate can be charming at times and completely wrong as well. Here is how Google translated a post on Facebook about an old article regarding…
lrepublican , February 21st, 2021
When I was young, one of the major sci-fi programs on television was Rod Serling’s Twilight Zone. It was fun because it was fiction. Now it seems that…
tabsir , August 3rd, 2015
Politics rules the news cycle on Islam and the Middle East. Given the colonial history of the region, there have been numerous puppet leaders installed or allowed to…
dvarisco , June 26th, 2015
Commercial giants are playing fast and loose with the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan. These days it can be a big juicy Ramadan deal, wherever you live, when…
tabsir , May 20th, 2015
Newsweek has an interesting article by Christiane Gruber, an associate professor and director of graduate studies at the University of Michigan, about Muslim cartoons against ISIS. Check it…
tabsir , May 15th, 2015
There is a nicely done satire by Sean McFate on how to take over a small country. Check it out here. Note: Only the rich may apply.