Monthly Archives: August 2010


Sunday, August 29, 2010 I allowed myself to get embroiled in a blog conversation with someone whose objective was only to inflame, ridicule, provoke, and insult. See: ( I bent over backwards to accommodate A’idah’s points, give weight to … Continue reading

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Submission Part One

Thursday, August 19, 2010 Submission Part One As I read Ayaan Hirsi Ali’s book Infidel, I want to know more about her as a person. I want to know why she became apostate rather than reformist. I want to know … Continue reading

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She Makes Us Face the Elephant in the Room

August 19, 2010 I’m reading the book Infidel, by Ayaan Hirsi Ali. When I first heard of this book, I ignored it, simply because I am tired of seeing sensational, dramatic stories about poor, abused Middle-Eastern women under the oppression … Continue reading

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Now I Understand?

When I was growing up Christian, I was taught that I was so lucky! Those poor souls in Africa, who’d never heard of Jesus, were doomed. Some Muslims claim that all children are born into a state of Islam –submission … Continue reading

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