Monthly Archive for September, 2008
This morning, someone wished bin-Moo and myself ‘Happy Christmas’ and then beamed, pleased that they had remembered it was the Muslim Christmas. I said ‘Thank you’. Lolcats after the jump. ———– ———– ———– ———– ———– ———– ———– ———– ———–
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Click for an enlarged version. I was going to put “(D) are better at boxing than Amir Khan” but I have a talent for cowardice.
Muslims are beginning to understand how to insert our words and idioms into English. It is not a new thing . But there are some words that yet need to be invented. There needs to be a word for the slight feeling of dread, and then subsequent guilt that accompanies the realisation that, for the [...]
A slight departure from the normal Three Things… if we like it, this may be the norm. Arrr.
Marry not a writer, an excreter of wit For those charms that attract you are from an addict Their habits are rubbish for a partner in life Writers are strange folk (whether as husband or wife) It will take a while for your concern to arouse During the wedding they’ll be rewriting the vows When settling into [...]
Posted in Uncategorized on Sep 12th, 2008
Inspired by my good friend Chris, I have drafted a training session on kicking racism out using football (soccer to you overseas). “Look at this ball, it is a round ball like the planet, but if you look, it is not really round, it is a buckminsterfullerene stitched in leather by child labourers in Pakistan. [...]
I saw this post on minaretmuses blog, extract below And somewhere within you know that this thing we call “ok”, this “normal”, is a mirage, just a thin veil against all those things that are *not* that are glaringly anything but ok. Yet that is where we live our lives, upon that thin crust, trusting [...]
There is a useless facebook application called ‘vampires zombies werewolves slayers’ or some such. People have decried them, but Muslims don’t realise, they could be a valuable dawah tool in explaining some of the less pleasant behaviours of our menfolk. The Ramadan Werewolves Some brothers decide, yes, we are going to become closer to Our [...]