Daily Archives: February 7, 2011

Through the Glass: Looking at 9/11 From a New Perspective

This past week, I read Chapter 19, in Greg Mortenson’s Three Cups of Tea, titled “A Village Called New York.” Throughout the chapter, it discussed the education offered in the Wahhabi madrassas, where students are brainwashed into “thinking twenty, forty, … Continue reading

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Tears of a Student: Is Seeing Believing?

I once took a class that discussed the political turmoil of the Middle East. We were shown dozen of news clips, hundreds of pictures displaying suffering people, and many cases of horrific human rights violations.  Throughout the duration of that … Continue reading

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Coming Together Can Have a Big Impact

While I was reading Three Cups of Tea by Greg Mortenson, there was a point where he had people of all different faiths sit around a table together, and they set aside their specific beliefs and focused on the task at … Continue reading

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