Baby Tossing: Innocuous Rite or Mere Ignominy?
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Baby Tossing: Innocuous Rite or Mere Ignominy?

“It’s not the plot of horror film – but an ages-old annual ritual carried in southern India,” ~Ian Garland   Religious ceremony, traditional ritual, and  horrific madness are…

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The Importance of Reading.
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The Importance of Reading.

Reading, it’s the factor that many people use to determine if the person before them is educated or not, but is there more to it? According to some definitions,…

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A Call to Humanity against the Skulking  Steps of the Devil
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A Call to Humanity against the Skulking Steps of the Devil

This post was first published on my personal blog. Born as Mark Hanson, Shaykh Hamza Youssef grew up practicing Greek Orthodox Christianity; however, after a near-death motorcycle accident,…

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Ethnocentrism Humanities’ Final Challenge on Earth: Why a liberal arts education will unite mankind
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Ethnocentrism Humanities’ Final Challenge on Earth: Why a liberal arts education will unite mankind

I am an Arab! I speak the best language there is, for it is the chosen language of God to reveal his message through it. I am a…

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