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عماد برسوم يكتب: طـالبــان… فـــى كـل مكــان

- انتحار فتاة عمرها سبعة عشر عاما لم يصدقها أهلها بأنها بريئة من الصور الفاضحة المركبة والملفقة لها. - تحويل مُدرّسة إلى التحقيق بسبب رقصها أثناء رحلة مدرسية – فرحانة وتحب الحياة. - تصوير سيدة ترتدى ملابس بحر في شرفة منزلها وإحضار الشرطة لها. – عايشة بحريتها! - إلقاء سيدة بنفسها من الشرفة ومصرعها خوفا من بطش سكان عقار اقتحموا منزلها شكا في سلوكها. هذا بعض مما سمعنا عنه وشاهدناه مؤخرا في وسائل الاعلام، ولكن ...

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Emad Barsoum: The Polar Bear Dip and a New Hope

For the last 37 years, we have been celebrating the New Year with a unique tradition called “The Courage Polar Bear Dip.” People of different ages go to the beaches of Lake Ontario and take a dip in the chilly water on January First. This tradition started in 1985, when Gaye Courage on the first day of the new year, challenged her two sleepy tired sons to leave the house and go to jump in Lake Ontario to wa ...

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Emad Barsoum writes: Take me back to the office! ( 2 )

As stated in the first part of "take me back to the office," the economic and financial implications of working from home are more significant than social and psychological ones since the economy and finance impact a mass number of people compared to individual sufferings. Although from the social responsibility perspective, there must be no suffering to any one or more humans. As a result of working from h ...

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!Emad Barsoum writes: Take me back to the office

Almost two years, and many people are still working from home since the government adopted such approach after the outbreak of the pandemic. Two years feel like forever to many people in the workforce, especially the jobs that are performed from behind a desk. In the beginning, everyone was pleased to work from home. They don’t have to wake up early to commute, no rush hours to and back from the office. The ...

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Emad Barsoum writes: The Lost Nationalism

Today I was supposed to continue discussing the growing road rage and the lax security in our streets and its repercussions to chaotic traffic and danger. However, on November 11, which is Remembrance Day, I was struck by another disturbing incident! At my workplace, we announced to workers and clients to pause for two minutes in remembrance of our falling soldiers and those who came back, defending our ver ...

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Emad Barsoum writes: The Road Rage

I tried, many times, to accept how people’s behavior on roads has drastically changed, and how we are witnessing a new era of negative development with such behavior. When we point at the conduct of the road it involves pedestrians, drivers, or passengers in public transports.  Living in our great province with its wonderful cosmopolitan cities, we take it for granted that our governments possess and implem ...

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Emad Barsoum writes: The Better Half

Congratulations Tunisia, and the Tunisian people, for having the first female prime minister in the Arab world, Najla Bouden Romdhan. Tunisia have made an exceptional achievement and is making history. Although through ancient and medieval history, we have seen many women who ruled countries and kingdoms in what is now known as the Arab world, starting with Queen Kubaba of Sumer, and several Egyptian Queens ...

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Emad Barsoum writes: Playing the cards

Federal elections have started already with early polls, the elections’ day in few days, but should I go or should I stay! That’s the question that I have been asked by some friends and colleagues. Most voters believe that if our nation is still under the contingency measures for fighting the pandemic, then the elections will not be in favour of any party or their candidates. It will not reflect the right c ...

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Emad Barsoum writes: Between a Rock and a Hard Place

Elections, in a nation, are looked upon as the most prominent component within a democracy. It is the process that represent the real will of people allowing them to choose whom they would grant authority to mange their lives. It is the hypothetical signed contract between the people and the elected government in which a society delegates the elected government to provide all aspects of economic, social, po ...

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Emad Barsoum writes: Progression to Past

In only five days, the whole country fell into the hands of the guardians of darkness, a country with hope for a brighter future, where girls and women had a right to education, work, and equality. Everyone could listen to music, watch movies, and read. This is what makes a society able to live in stability, humanity, and equality, if we consider that these conditions are the basic needs for a nation to exi ...

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Emad Barsoum writes: Inclusion and Diversity ( 4 ) .. Tokyo 2020

This time the Olympic games has unique conditions, the games that were delayed for a year because of the pandemic, the games that are held without spectators, the games that have strict measures for protection against infections with the Covid, that makes life hard for athletes, their coaches, judges, and the organizing team. At the opening ceremony, Japan has shown the world its spectacular technological c ...

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Emad Barsoum writes: In the Times of Inclusion and Diversity ( 3 )

My colleague came to me with a deep look in her eyes, revealing some distress mixed with bewilderment, after a few seconds of staring, she questioned me firmly; So, don’t you believe in Inclusion and Diversity? With a big smile and confident voice, I replied, unquestionably I believe in inclusion, diversity, multiculturalism, acceptance of the other, and freedom of speech on top of all, without fear of bein ...

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