Do people watch the news? Questioning …..

Knock knock … the double glazing window Seller …. you must have seen us on TV?
No, I don't watch TV ….
Neither do I … I only choose to watch episode …

And I wonder… in the past you had a limited number of channels and if you miss the news on one you will probably be forced to watch it on another channel if nothing else is worth watching…..
With the advances in Technology this is no longer the case…

And I ask, how isolated many people are from reality? Assuming that TV news channels are an indication of reality or what money makers want us to believe reality is?

How many will dig deep in searching for the Real News?

Welcome to the material world …..
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Why do Arabs love Erdogan?

I am not sure if I do like Erdogan because I don't really follow politics closely as I regard it as a soul corruptive wast of time.
However, I do feel sad that Turkey failed to protect its history (good and bad ) as history is the identity of a nation. Abandoning your Alphabets and changing the way you dress doesn't make you an open minded and educated industrial nation.

Europe sold nationalism to nations under slogan of freedom and democracy as part of divide and conquer strategy. We need education not only in Science and Technology but also in Islam and History.

My grandfather served the Ottoman Empire so as many other members of my family who died in Turkey defending the Ottoman Empire.

An Excuse 

Is the deliberate association of Sunni Arabs to ISIL is part of a plan to gain support for displacing Iraqis ?  The dominating forces in Iraq are executing a plan for demographic change

Let’s remember that Iraq under the tyrant Sadam was a secular country where no extremists religious terrorist organisation existed …

Sectarian Tensions flare in Baghdad as some Sunni Arab families forced from Neighborhoods

No victorious but GOD, Andalusian tile

Syrian Resilience, A Portrait. — John Wreford Photographer

 

This photo reminded me of those lovely trips we used to make in the spring from Baghdad to that land between the two rivers south of Mosul. I can picture the lovely flowers as in monet’s poppies. My Grand Father used to meet his team of shepherds who cared for his sheep. They used to follow the rain between Syria and Iraq. He had a large Bedouin tent, smoked Hubble-bubble and wear a hand made coat made from sheep skin. At dawn you hear the lambs calling their mums after the Bedouin milk them. We had a breakfast of a lovely fresh yogurt with a choice honey and date syrup.

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