Monday, January 26, 2015

The Throes of an Arab Spring

My mentor, Doyen of Arab journalism, the late Ghassan Tuneni has always said, being a journalist was his favorite and most precious title. His version of journalism is fast disappearing. He could respect all opinions even if he disagreed with them. He was a journalist’s journalist and a role model in the practice of this sacred profession, that has earned itself the distinctions “troublesome” and “powerful.”

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Monday, January 19, 2015

If I Were Muslim

If I were Muslim, I would be practicing my religion and not preaching it. I would be humble in my dress, actions and speech. I would quietly help the needy, protect my world and make it safer for future generations. I would fast to cleanse body and soul of negative thoughts and vibes. I would surrender by giving myself wholly and unconditionally to the creator and the sole judge of my actions and my life.

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Monday, January 12, 2015

Charlie Hebdo Tests Our Value of Life

Journalists seek the truth and believe in its sacred mission to know, speak and report. We usually band together like a cult and stand in solidarity when our freedom is compromised.

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Monday, January 5, 2015

Women's Affairs Reflect Society

My message is addressed to women and men equally because they are equal in their responsibilities and duties as well as in their roles in building or destroying any society.

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