Arab Spring

I recently finished reading Tariq Ramadan's "Islam and the Arab Awakening" I bought before his lecture at ASU. After his wonderful address, I was humbled to meet him and receive his personal message. As for the book, in my opinion Ramadan elucidates an extremely knowledgeable, consistent, prescient, balanced discourse. He most assuredly has the credentials to contribute a much deeper and nuanced interpretation of events which have…

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Summer Reading

In June I found a gift card buried in a junk drawer so Aubrey & I went on a shopping spree at Barnes & Noble. I picked up these four. Granted my use of the DC book didn't pan out as planned, but I know I'll be visiting there often enough down the road. As for the other three, The Narrative of the Life…

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