Part I: Subservience & the Khaleejis. The Arabian Peninsula has been nomadic/Bedouin for most of its history. Resources were scarce, and tribes who accumulated fertile lands had overwhelming power over other families. The harsh reality of the region meant that other tribes didn’t have negotiation powers, but only the option of complete submission (to … Continue reading The Arabian Peninsula & The Case for Radical Alternatives
The Arabian Peninsula has been nomadic/Bedouin for most of it's history. Resources were scarce, and tribes who accumulated fertile lands had overwhelming power over other families. The harsh reality of the region meant that other tribes didn't have negotiation powers, but only the option of complete submission (to more powerful families) in order to secure … Continue reading Subservience & the Khaleejis
The United States only existed for the last 250 years. It was the byproduct of genocide, followed by the seizure and privatization of the land's natural resources. "The wall" represents an expansion on their mission to further privatize resources while simultaneously blocking a route that inhabitants have freely crossed for thousands of years. This has … Continue reading The Wall
The choice to publish this article 100% derives from self-interest. It does not derive from allyship. I'm not necessarily likable, nor nice, nor kind for holding the following the views. To further elaborate: The feminist position is one of self-defense, and not social justice or moral purity. I am not a woman, I am a … Continue reading The case for Radical Feminism
The purpose of this article is to analyze whether Islam is a divine religion brought to Muhammad, according to the content of the Quran. Particularly on the topic of Islamic Prophecies. According to the Quran — Allah is all the following: He is the All-Hearing, the All-Knowing. Quran 2:137 Allah is All-Mighty, All-Wise Quran 2:220 And fear … Continue reading Is there anything unique or scientific about the Quran?
from the graphic novel Habibi by Craig Thompson In the Arab World (particular the Gulf region where I live), an open discussion on Sexuality is perhaps one of the most controversial things that could happen. Sex education is largely unheard of, non-marital sex is shunned upon, public affection is banned, and Homosexuality is illegal. The same … Continue reading Sexuality in the Arab World: A Horror Story
Alternative Title: Defending Muslims is amazing. Defending Islam is not. A lot of Western Leftists get particularly uncomfortable when Islam is criticized, but not without good reasons. They are concerned that Anti-Islam rhetoric would alienate religious allies, while it may also reinforce the talking-points of the Far-Right and their anti-Immigration agenda For the past year, I decided to turn my gears … Continue reading Bridging the gap between Leftists & Ex-Muslims