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Respect for the opinions of others

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2 mn read What does it mean to respect the opinions of others? I want to have a little discussion about respecting the opinions of others. Should the opinions of others always be respected? It is common to say that “the opinions of others should be respected.” If respect means not turning disagreement into violence in action, then […]

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The Silence of the Iraqi Media on Atrocities of the Islamic Honor Culture in Iraq.

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2 mn read The negligence of the Iraqi media The Iraqi media has expressed sincere negligence on issues pertinence to the wellbeing of women under the Islamic rule. The media has been conscious about the local disturbances within the Iraqi region but have failed to reciprocate similar consciousness to the agony of women in this region. Women who […]

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ANTI-LGBTQ BILL SET TO BE PASSED IN GHANA

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2 mn read What it means to be gay in Ghana. Over the years, the LGBTQ community from protests on the streets to various peaceful campaigns has sought for the indulgence of the Ghanaian government and other foreign agencies in the protection of rights and human dignity of LGBTQ persons living in the country against homophobic attacks. Owing […]

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The “Subtle” Anti-Semitism of Twitangelicals

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4 mn read This blog post is about a somewhat “subtle” form of antisemitism that we find on the internet. I am not writing about the blatant “6 million was not enough!” type of nonsense. Nor am I writing about the passive-aggressive “Soros” postings that make the rounds. What I am writing about concerns the conspiracies which claim […]

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Pakistan does try to protect minority rights, but attempts always seem to get thwarted by the religious establishment

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3 mn read Hindu sisters Reena and Raveena likely never intended to be at the center of a national debate. But in March of 2019, events around their marriages and conversion to Islam sparked an uproar that only proved their country, Pakistan’s, inability or unwillingness to protect religious minorities. Their marriages raised troubling questions. Were they forced into […]

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Taliban rules in the Islamic rules

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2 mn read Afghanistan has Fallen We all know what happened in Afghanistan, the Taliban took over, people fled from their homes, the US froze millions of assets, while the Taliban claims to have a space for peace negotiation. What happens to all those people still trapped in there? Their fate remains uncertain. Human rights activists are trying to […]

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Roots of Our Choices

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2 mn read Influence of Primeval Traditions. Growing up to the blossom of the beguiling surroundings, our cultures taught us that nature had its way of appealing to our senses and needs which confer its astonishing beauty. Our elementary school science teachers however showed us a different spectrum to decipher the phenomena of nature. Nevertheless, we are even […]

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The Perils of the Ghanaian Homosexual

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2 mn read THE PERILS OF THE GHANAIAN HOMOSEXUAL Ghanaian society has always derived its set of norms and standards of proper behavior from a religious perspective. Owing to the depth of ignorance of sexual education and a biased constitution filled with the desire of the majority to submit minority groups in appalling situations, the ordinary Ghanaian is […]

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The Agunah Embarrassment

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6 mn read How women are being owned by men, according to a biblical edict Despite advances in equality with secular societies, among religious Jews there is the misogyny that will not go away, no matter how much time passes. The focus of this post is to describe the Biblical edict that women are property to be acquired, […]

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