Saturday, September 15, 2012

current events

You know what I'm talking about.

And here is a Kuwait Times piece with responses to the protests. From the article:
... MP Aseel Al-Awadhi said that “overreaction is an indication of a serious lack of self confidence and weakening strength of religious commitment”, adding that “my faith isn’t affected by a cartoonist, writer or a director”. She also indicated that “the ideal way to defend the Prophet (PBUH) is by following his ethics, not through heated speech and certainly not through killing innocent people”.


Steve said...

It is so easy to get caught up in the speech and rhetoric of people. Kinda what I have been saying. Hate, and competition, and all these things make us feel strong, and better.

A look at ourselves keeps us meek, and maybe just a little better, and a little less hateful.

That is what I think anyway.

Those who push for peace, probably don't push for deaths.

Have a good one. :)

My best to you and your family. :)

Angela and David said...

I was wondering what you were experiencing in kuwait in the midst of all these protest. Glad you guys are safe and feel safe.