Archive for June 25, 2010


Read this and read some of the posts on igotitcovered.org. There is not freedom or respect for women in Islam, no matter what colorful, pretty posters they make.

That Covered Girl - June 29, 7 pm EST Topic: That Covered Girl When: Tuesday, June 29 2010 in sha allah at 7:00 pm EST Who: Sister Kanika Aggarwal and Sister Sarah Mushtaq Please fill out this form to join: http://bit.ly/V2Dg8 and invite your friends and family to attend ! ——— The issue of the Muslim woman's hijab has become a hot topic in our times, so much so that it's discussed in every media outlet, and is the subject of governmental laws and controversies. Even before it b … Read More

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I used to have a dream. That dream was to see Paul McCartney in concert someday. Now I couldn’t care less about that dream and I’m embarrassed that I ever had that dream! The Beatles had some great songs and I still like listening to them, but I am fed up with Paul McCartney.

First there was his comment about George Bush not knowing what a library was at a concert honoring him that took place at the Library of Congress. I don’t mind him having his opinions or thinking that Bush is stupid, but that was just the wrong place and time for something like that. You would think someone with that much experience as a performer would have a little more class.

Then, more recently, McCartney compares global warming skeptics to holocaust deniers. No, Paul McCartney, there is no comparison. He even claims that it could sometimes take something like an oil spill to get people to believe in global warming. It’s the same thing Obama did. The two are entirely unrelated. Yes, an oil spill is a very bad thing and yes, it does show the need for alternative energy sources, but an oil spill does not prove global warming. It proves that bad things happen when oil spills into the water like we’re seeing now in the Gulf of Mexico! If you’re going to basically call me an idiot for not believing in global warming at least back up your view with something a little more intelligent than, “Look! There’s oil in the water!”

~Eliza