Arab Atheists emerging out of the shadows and onto the Internet!
An increasing number of Arabs are believing more in evolution and less in religion. (Image: Shutterstock/Livinglegend)
Arab atheists, though few, inch out of the shadows
Similarly, a Palestinian atheist, Waleed al-Husseini, was arrested in 2010 in the West Bank town of Qalqilya for allegedly mocking Islam on the Internet. He was held without charge for several months, and after his release also fled to France.
Source: Diaa Hadid
On Lebanese Priorities: Creamfields Isn’t One
But for an international chain such as Hard Rock Cafe to pick up its baggage and leave is indicative of the situation that the country is going through, a situation which forced this institution that has been here for 18 years to call it quits.
Source: A Separate State of Mind
LG Job Interview Meteor Prank: Real Or Fake?
To promote the impressive HD quality of its Ultra HD TV, LG “pranked” job applicants in Chile attending interviews by replacing a window with the TV.
Source: The JR Express
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