‘Understanding the Jews of the Middle East and North Africa is the key to understanding the whole Middle East conflict’: an interview with Lyn Julius
Via: kpr37 • Light Unto the Nations • 1 Comments • last year
Earlier this year Fathom’s Grant Goldberg interviewed Lyn Julius about her new book, Uprooted, which documents 3,000 years of Jewish civilisation in the Arab world and explains how and why that civilisation vanished in a single generation in the middle of the 20th century. Julius describes what...
Momentum Speaker Franco Berardi and the New Nazis
Via: kpr37 • News & Politics • 5 Comments • last year
Momentum’s “The World Transformed” conference in Liverpool later this month will be an ugly assembly. Have a look at Franco Berardi, for example. The Italian Marxist is billed as a “writer and theorist of contemporary media, culture and society, working mainly around the aesthetics of the...
"Brett Kavanaugh misled the Senate under oath. I cannot support his nomination."
Via: kpr37 • News & Politics • 3 Comments • last year
“The way it was in the past was how it should be, and it's become "a highly partisan show." (RBG)”
I read the WaPo headline out loud.Meade said, "Who's that, Captain Queeg?"Yeah, it's Patrick Leahy. Meade was right. To understand the Leahy = Queeg reference, see my "Observations from the Kavanaugh hearings" (Sept. 5) — point #9 on my 15-point list of observations.I find the Democrats' fight...
'Mosul Eye' Blogger Omar Muhammad Describes ISIS Atrocities In The City, Says: 'I Felt That I Was Not Alone' Because 'I Had The People Of Mosul On My Side'
Via: kpr37 • World News • 1 Comments • last year
“"To tell you the truth, it was all bad. One of the most heinous things I have seen in my whole life, which haunts me to this day, was the stoning...”
In an interview with Deutsche Welle network's Arabic channel, Omar Muhammed, founder of the English-language Mosul Eye blog on life in the Iraqi city of Mosul under Islamic State (ISIS) rule, said that he started the blog because he wanted "to prepare an answer to [the] question" of "what...
Burma (Myanmar) Jihad in historical perspective.
By: kpr37 • islam • 20 Comments • last year
“ The Mujahids of Chittagonian Muslims from North Arakan declared the jihad on Burma after the central government refused to grant a separate Muslim...”
My source used for this essay is Dr. Aye Chan's research at Japan's Kanda University of International Studies, in his review of British correspondence between the years 1947 and 1975. As well as his later original research papers and articles on this conflict. This is a very complicated...
Jihad violence as explained by Newton's first law (subtitled the sharia compliance theory)
By: kpr37 • islam • 38 Comments • last year
Two article caught my attention recently. I look at things differently, or I try too at least. For some unexplained reason, Newton's first law. Inertia and Mass State of Motion Balanced and Unbalanced Forces immediately sprung to my mind. ( I blame my habitual use of the "devil weed" for this...