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Emad Barsoum writes: Restless Society

Every time a group of friends, who have crossed the age of forty and fifty, get together they start to growdepressed and their voices switch from laughter to quietness, their eyes dropdown and the fun is gone, when they remember how life used to be two or three decades ago. Those friends who were born in this land or who have left their motherland and moved to a new chosen homeland. The common issue would b ...

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Emad Barsoum writes: Man, Dog, and Hyaena

My friend called me few days ago, with a loud questioning tone asking me, are you a fortune teller? I smiled in a sarcastic way and replied, of course not, but why? He followed by another question, do you remember your article few weeks ago when you expressed your worries, when life would start to go back to its normal pattern after the lock-down, about how some business owners and entrepreneurs would take ...

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The Canadian Islamic Institute refuses to announce the call to prayer in mosques

The Canadian Islamic Institute rejects the use of loudspeakers or any disturbing manner to announce the call to prayer in mosques. This is the same whether it is during the month of Ramadan or any other month. The Institute confirms there is no relationship between this demand for the call to prayer and Islam. The totality of the values in Islam, in the opinion of the institute, reject any harm to the other ...

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MP, Bob Saroya Column

The Liberal government continues its’ assault on working Canadians and the private sector. After a sustained SaveLocalBusiness.ca campaign lead by Andrew Scheer and our Conservative team they are backtracking on some, but not all of their proposed tax hikes. Just a reminder of the taxes the Liberals are implementing or have attempted to in the past 2 years: • A 73% tax on small business investment income • ...

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The Australian Coptic Movement Association LTD (ACM) strongly refutes recent statements made by the Minister for Emigration and Expatriate Affairs, Nabila Makram

Dismayingly, the Minister asserts that the reports of Coptic persecution are merely 'rumours'. These remarks were reportedly made to Australian Parliamentarians during her recent visit to Australia according to the prominent Al Masry Al Youm newspaper "We understand that Egypt is facing many challenges and indeed threats, however, to assert that the severe persecution of Coptic Christians is merely based on ...

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Saied Shoaaib writes: The Prime Minister of Quebec is right.. Yes, we have a problem in Islam

Quebec's prime minister, Philippe Kuellard, did not make a mistake when he said: "Terrorism can not be separated from Islam in general." (1) I hope that no Muslim will be upset, I am a Muslim, but we must face the truth. All terrorists depend on a clear and explicit verses from the Quran, Hadiths and deeds attributed to the Prophet Muhammad, as well as the history of the companions of the Prophet who ruled ...

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“Saied Shoaaib writes: On the first anniversary of the coup..”when Erdogan thanks the West for its cooperation in the Islamization of Turkey

On the first anniversary of the "coup", Erdogan has the right to be proud of himself and his comrades. Much has been done to build his Islamic dictatorship. The last is the strong constitutional foundation of his dream. His amendments to the constitution enable him to remain president until 2029 with unprecedented powers. (1) If the man is fair, he should thank the West for his strong help in Islamizing Tur ...

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?Saied Shoaaib writes: Why does the Public Library of Canada protect the terrorist terrorist sheikh

Saied Shoaaib saiedshoaaib@gmail.com FACEBOOK: saied shoaaib TIWITER: shoaaibsaied http://saiedshoaaib.blogspot.ca * Response of Public Library in Ottawa was not approaching the tell-Ghazali that incite hatred and terrorism * Did not respond to a fatwa of al-Ghazali Islamic to kill thinker Farag Foda * They have other books that incite hatred, including a book Imam Nawawi * I did not find on their web one b ...

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Robert Boulos writes: Brexit, the aftermath

The Brits are coming to terms with the dramatic results of the Brexit referendum. Not just Britain, but the whole world is on edge since 17.4 million people in Britain voted to leave the European Union, when the referendum took place on the 23rd of June 2016. The results have stunned the Brits which have left them scratching their heads, not knowing what just hit them. Jitters have overcome the whole world, ...

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20th Year Documentation of the history of the Monastery of St Shenouda in Putty

Shortly, with the prayers of the His Holiness Pope Tawadros II, Pope of Alexandria and Patriarch of the See of St Mark, His Grace Bishop Daniel El Antouny, the head of the Monastery of St Shenouda The Archimandrite in Sydney/NSW will head the 20th year anniversary celebration since the inauguration, by his Holiness Pope Shenouda III, God bless his soul. The Monastery passed into 3 stages to reach its curren ...

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Mary Farag writes: Faith

I know why now, why I'd always be trying to escape from reality. It's because nothing ever went my way. I'd get mad and shut out the problem, never realizing that the struggles were supposed to make me stronger, how over coming them would give me experience, how it would give me the knowledge to help others facing the same thing in the future. But again, itwas because I was afraid. Afraid I would go down th ...

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Nada Youssef Bakhoum writes poem: Fighting

Smiling all day, weeping all night? Every day you have a new battle to fight? And people say you have to be strong No matter for how long? As you are getting older Life gets boring and harder Problems that never end You have to keep fighting and never bend But believe me God is the only one Who by him everything would be done "God can inject hope into An absolutely hopeless situation" ...

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