I write these words in a very posh neighborhood of Chicago with street names such as Cherokee Road, Indian Tree Drive and Blackhawk Road. It’s a white/Jewish area with a 0.18% Native American population (source). This was once Indian territory. So… Read More ›
At Speakers Corner yesterday I had a fascinating and enjoyable inter-faith dialogue with Joseph Cohen, the leader of the Israel Advocacy Movement in London.
As Al-Aqsa mosque / Bayt Al-Muqaddas / Beyt Ha-Miqdas was defiled once again, the church of the Holy Sepulcher enjoined the call to stand by her: ‘We’re here for you O Al-Aqsa, we’re here for you.
I have deleted this post from Blogging Theology as it cites words from an individual, Anwar al-Awlaki, who actively supported Al-Qaida in his last years. Readers may recall that President Obama issued an order to have Anwar (a US citizen)… Read More ›
I know Joseph from Speakers Corner. Though I disagree with his Zionist beliefs I have always found him to be a respectful and decent person. This is an important video.
Each year on 15th May, Palestinians commemorate Nakba Day (‘catastrophe’ in Arabic). Shockingly, you will hear little if anything about it in the Western media. Our governments will remain silent about this catastrophe. Here is a brief article explaining the history… Read More ›
“Israel does want peace. Its just we are spelling it wrong. They want a piece of this and a piece of that.”
Jews, Christians, & Muslims co-existed peacefully in Palestine for hundreds of years before Europeans showed up.
Proof that Islamic civilisation was considerably more tolerant and civilised than the horrendous mess we see in Palestine today. We have the West to thank for that.
Looks like a “seasons greetings” card from Hitler. But no, it’s David Icke. this deserves a mega facepalm