Posts Tagged ‘religion’
This video of Dhiyaa Al Musawi really viralled, this is the third time I receive this video, and feel it’s about time I share it with the circle, with the least fear of being critised.
Filed under: Arab world | 3 Comments
Tags: Arab, Art, Dhiyaa Al-Musawi, Ghandi, Islam, Jesus, Music, religion, youth
The subject matter is something we hold dear, and makes a great addition to our circle ethics archive.
Filed under: Inner Circle Ethics, lectures | 2 Comments
Tags: identity, Lebanese, religion, self
In a move, furthering his more progressive position, Ziad Baroud, Interior Minister of Lebanon, announced on Wednesday that Lebanese citizens will now have the option of removing their religion from their status register, locally known as ‘Noufous’. Citing, The Universal Declaration of Human Rights, and Article 9 of the Lebanese Constitution, Minister Baroud is taking […]
Filed under: Strictly Lebanese | 6 Comments
Tags: human rights, Noufous, religion, Ziad Baroud