Is “Democracy” possible in the Middle East?

As I prepare my thesis for my graduate studies at the University of Central Florida, I begin to ponder some of the variables involved. This forces me to ask other questions about my subject matter, the Middle East, and social justice. Is democracy meant for the Middle East? It is true that Lebanon is theContinue reading “Is “Democracy” possible in the Middle East?”

Secularizing the Conversation on the Occupation of Palestine

Secularizing the conversation on the Palestinian genocide, actually threatens the pro-Israeli argument. It has to. Israel, by nature, is a religious entity — despite efforts by any spokesperson to suggest otherwise. Secularizing the conversation on the conflict between Palestinian nationalism & international occupation, deems Israel a theocratic apartheid-state. Secularization, by nature, requires religious & cultural diversity, egalitarianism andContinue reading “Secularizing the Conversation on the Occupation of Palestine”

jushi esma’ larra

perhaps once I open my mind and I accept that nothing that I think to be true is, I am free to be everything I can and want to be.

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