Drone: Espionage or Sightseeing?
The use of Drone and the age of evolution… In the war of Syria, there have been many countries engaged in the name of liberty and redemption from the Islamic State. Some have already participated in this war with army and air forces, while others just observed the latest news.Healing Post Paris
People all throughout the world have been affected by the terrorist attacks in Paris and elsewhere. This article examines some ways of dealing with those feelings.The International Day of Tolerance
Tolerance moves in parallel direction with vengeance as the two will truly never meet. Tolerance as simple and familiar as this word is, is one word we rarely practice but say most often. Want to know how necessary it is to our every day lives and how important it is that United Nations set a day aside as The World Tolerance Day? Then read on.Why Attack Paris?
The recent terrorist attacks in Paris, described by French President Hollande as an attack on the values of democracy and civility, were shocking and horrifying, yet were they inevitable or to be expected? No matter what may be thought about it, ISIS is a formidable enemy whose movement forward will not stop until a significant counter force is in place to stop it. There are various opinions regarding the motives for this attack.Must Islam Change Or Be Trumped?
Donald Trump’s call for Muslim immigration to the USA to be subject to a temporary ban may be too much for most people to stomach, but it does draw attention to the changing nature of immigration to all western countries. In the decades following the end of World War Two, Britain received wave after wave of immigrants, firstly from the Caribbean islands and then from newly independent African and Asian countries. Although there was some racial prejudice based on colour, these immigrants succeeded in integrating well into British society, treating religion as a personal matter and adapting to the culture and democracy of their new country. More recent Muslim immigrants, however, hold the profound belief that their religion and the political system it prescribes is superior, and will eventually dominate. This must be a barrier to cultural assimilation in countries with democratic constitutions which separate religion from politics.