“Lebanon rappers give Christian message a hip-hop twist”

4 02 2008

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A mini-buzz has hit some Lebanese and non-Lebanese sites. I just want to ask you whether these two guys even look like rappers, or am I the only one who thinks they both look like freshies?

Both this site  and this site think they’re ‘rappers’.



4 02 2008

Here is the movie review in the New York Times.

29 01 2008

Sectional elements in the Lebanese army have been widely blamed – whether directly or indirectly – of being responsible behind the killing of fellow Lebanese civilians on Sunday. This is exactly why Hezbollah refuses to be part of a divided, weak and relatively undisciplined army. It would be a disaster for Hezbollah’s effectiveness if they ever were incorporated into the army. Their deepest secrets would be easily accessible and fully available to the media within days.

Pascal’s Wager

25 01 2008

Co-writer: Mahmood Hameed

“If you believe in God and turn out to be incorrect, you have lost nothing–but if you don’t believe in God and turn out to be incorrect, you will go to hell. Therefore it is foolish to be an atheist.”

This argument is known as Pascal’s Wager. It seems to be common sense, however it has several flaws.

Firstly, it does not indicate which religion to follow. Indeed, there are many mutually exclusive and contradictory religions out there. This is often described as the “avoiding the wrong hell” problem. If a person is a follower of one religion, he may end up in another religion’s version of hell.

Even if we assume that there’s a God, that doesn’t imply that there’s one unique God. Which should we believe in? If we believe in all of them, how will we decide which commandments to follow? Read the rest of this entry »

Breaking the Tension…

24 01 2008


Although, sometimes I even wish Arab ‘leaders’ would throw paper-planes at Israel. At least it’s better than silence.

Mossad in Iraq

24 01 2008

War on Error

24 01 2008