St. Tropez impounds a Kuwaiti's Lamborghini; People cheer!
Published June 24th, 2012 - 12:27 GMT
The rules in St. Tropez apparently are not the same in Kuwait as a Lamborghini gets towed and people cheer; Palestinian refugee camp unfairly targeted; Syrian military leaders want Assad out; and Iftar for non-Muslims
There are a lot of people getting a real kick out of seeing this Lamborghini getting towed away. Why would people cheer to see a Kuwaiti get his car impounded?
Perhaps the best part about this blog is reading the comments.
'Yet again the Palestinian refugee camp Nahr el Bared is under attack. For those of you who don’t know this history, click here for a link to an article I wrote detailing it up until 2008.
I have been reposting information from two blogs, Words of Actionand Nahr el Bared - نهر البارد because the former is written by a journalist who is witnessing what is going on and the latter is collected from people who are in the camp."
Rebels Massacre 25 “Shabiha;” An Assad Taken; High Level Military to Defect; Turkish Fighter Shot Down
"According to reports from people who recently left Syria, moral among even high Syrian officials is down. They openly criticize Assad and talk about his mistakes and being unable to help someone who cannot help himself."
Saudi Arabia: I’m not a Muslim. Can I host an Iftar?
"Ramadan, the holy month of fasting from sunrise to sunset, is less than a month away. During that time, all Muslims who are able will fast without food or water from sunrise to sunset. As a result, iftar, the breaking of the fast at sunset, is an important time and occasion.
Iftar is also an occasion that Muslims and non-Muslims can experience together. Many Muslims are happy to share their iftar with a non-Muslim. But, can a non-Muslim host an iftar for a Muslim friend or family? Absolutely!"