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Archive for January, 2009

sorry I’ve been MIA for a bit on the blogosphere.  alhamdulillah, I’ve been swamped with a number of things going on.

I was reading an article regarding Gaza and thought the explanation provided by the shaykh was good and have posted it below….enjoy 🙂

 It is hard for us as adults to cope with what is unfolding in Gaza these days. How do we expect small children to cope? This is especially when they see and hear on television the tragic and bloody events that are taking place. Adults might be able to understand what they see on television and go on productively with their lives. Indeed, many have learned how to cope from the sheer number of crises and wars that the news exposes us to year after year. However, children need special care to deal with these tragic events without suffering adverse psychological effects.
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May Allah make it easy for our brothers and sisters in Palestine….

 

Marie Colvin


AS a convoy of blue-and-white United Nations trucks loaded with food waited last night for Israeli permission to enter Gaza, Jindiya Abu Amra and her 12-year-old daughter went scrounging for the wild grass their family now lives on.
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I ran by a really interesting article today by Glen Ford (executive editor for Black Agenda Report) regarding Barack Obama in light of the global climate.

Enjoy.
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