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Receiving compliments by AtYourCervix Patient Expert Posted Tue 29 Nov 2011 8:37pm I really feel good and proud to be a nurse when I receive feedback and positive comments from the people that I take care of. Just a few days ago, I had a muslim couple that I was caring for after the birth of their baby. The baby had to go to the NICU for some transitioning, but then I was able to bring him into the parent's room. Immediate ... Read on »
The Knowledge of God by StrandedMom Posted Tue 24 Aug 2010 11:27am There are five things that are called the Keys of the Unseen. These are things that only God knows and have been narrated by Abu Hurayra (one of the companions who memorized sayings of Mohammed) in a Hadith (saying of the Prophet Mohammed) recorded in Al-Bukhari (record of his sayings). In summary these 5 things are The knowledge of the Hour ... Read on »
French satirical newspaper, Charlie Hebdo, bombed for publishing cartoons of Prophet Muhammad by EyeDrD Posted Sat 05 Nov 2011 1:43pm " frameborder="0" allowfullscreen> " frameborder="0" allowfullscreen>   An edition of satirical French magazine "Charlie Hebdo" due to be published on November 2 was to feature cartoons depicting the Muslim prophet Muham ... Read on »
FOODS OF THE NIGERIANS by COLA FOODS WORLDWIDE Facebook Posted Sat 26 Mar 2011 2:32pm Nigeria is one of the world's most ethnically diverse countries. The Hausa and Yoruba make up around 21 percent of the population; the Igbo/Ibo, 18 percent; the Fulani, around 11 percent; and Ibibio, 5 percent. Various other groups make up the remaining 23 percent. Nigeria has such a variety of people and cultures that it is difficult to pic ... Read on »
Baby M - Appeals Court Affirms Ruling Allowing Removal of Life Support over Parents' Objections by Thaddeus Pope Doctor of Philosophy Posted Thu 20 Sep 2012 7:19pm On Friday, the Alberta Court of Queen's Bench agreed with doctors that it is in 2 1/2 year-old Baby M's best interest to be removed from machines keeping her alive and to be provided with palliative care.  That conclusion, based on a best interest analysis , was unaffected by the wishes of Baby M's parents or their Muslim beliefs.  The conclus ... Read on »
“Muslims Can’t be Vegan” – Where Veganism and Religion Collide by Nada Posted Fri 27 Jan 2012 6:56pm This post is part of a series called “Why Vegan?”, in which I try to shed some light on the how’s and why’s of my Veganism. If you’ve missed them, you may want to check out the earlier posts here: *** I’ve been wanting to do this post for a long time – but I’ll be honest, I wasn’t sure if I should. Religion is always a touchy subj ... Read on »
Alberta Court Orders Baby M's Life-Sustaining Treatment Stopped over Her Muslim Parents' Objections by Thaddeus Pope Doctor of Philosophy Posted Sat 15 Sep 2012 9:02am Madam Justice J.M. Ross of Queens Bench Alberta has issued a 15-page decision in the Baby M case.  I have posted a copy here .  Summarizing the dispute, Justice Ross observed that the parents' position is that "as devout Muslims and loving parents, they find it 'unthinkable to agree to limit or withdraw medical treatment' and they ask that t ... Read on »
GMOs and JEWS ... Muslims, Christians, Hindus by Linn Cohen-Cole by Sangita Sharma Posted Sun 04 Oct 2009 11:13pm Linn is an American grandmother who keeps late hours working night into day to educate us lot by her research on GMOs, corporations taking over our entire food systems and about small and family farms in the USA. The intense support she provide to groups supporting ecological farmers and farming is a refreshing awakening call to consumers. L ... Read on »
Revert Muslim women by specialhumanbeing Posted Sun 20 Dec 2009 7:52pm It surprises many of their friends and family, but some young US Latinas say Islam offers women more respect… …Many of the Latina converts say that their belief that women are treated better in Islam was a significant factor in converting. Critics may protest that wearing the veil marks a woman as property, but some Latina converts say they we ... Read on »