Christopher Hitchens once wrote in his book that if he saw a group of men coming from a religious observance approaching him in the street, he would feel threatened. His immediate fear came from his different experiences in different cities. As an example, in Belfast, he observed streets burnt down by Christian groups and interviewed... Continue Reading →
Yemen, sorry we are too busy.
“Yemen, you realise, is a country where people are dying for lack of a taxi fare.” Declan Walsh, New york times. https://nyti.ms/2ztWuGM Where are muslims? You know the ones who shout their lungs out when a cartoonists* draw a drawing of Muhammad. The ones who are always offended by criticism. The ones who are always... Continue Reading →
Ration challenge for refugees
I’m taking on the Ration Challenge to show refugees that I’m with them, not against them - and I’d be grateful if you could sponsor me! You’ll help to provide food, medicine and education for Syrian refugees; and support other vulnerable communities around the world. https://my.rationchallenge.org.au/maz-bozorgi money you raise will provide Syrian refugees with food,... Continue Reading →