Monthly Archives: July 2011

“A mad man, not Islamic-terror”

Tuesday, July 26th, 2011 -

The face of modern terrorism? Or just another stereotype? My condolences to the people of Norway who have now also become victim to the whims of terrorism which is fast becoming a less exclusive club of cities subject to such (…)

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A European army with tarbuch: 100 years of Spanish Regulares

Wednesday, July 20th, 2011 -

The attire suggests an Arab origin: a red tarbuch on the head, a white sulham hanging down the back from the shoulders. The faces raise doubts. Are the soldiers Arabs or Europeans, or maybe both? But despite the strong first impression, the parading troops are not Arab, or at least do not belong to an Arab army.

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Germany’s future is green

Norderstedt mosque in Germany
Wednesday, July 6th, 2011 -

It’s now nearly about 6 months ago when everyone talked about the catastrophe Fukushima. Today it seems to be almost out of our minds. Even though it already has been the second incident of its kind. In Japan they are still fighting to get the damaged reactors under control. First Tschernobyl and now recently Fukushima. Both of them had and still have disastrous consequences for their close environment and its people.

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