Category Societics

Motherhood Redefined

Eminent lawyer Howard W. Hunter claimed: “Motherhood is near to divinity. It is the highest holiest service to be assumed by mankind.” Cougar is a slang term referring to a woman who seeks sexual relations with considerably younger men. On Mother’s day (second Sunday in May) 2013, a billboard for the dating website appeared on Sunset Boulevard, […]

The Blame Game

Sir Isaac Newton came to the conclusion that for every action there is an equal but opposite reaction; a scientific fact that none has been able to dispute. And granted that Anthropology is not governed by the same criteria as physics, this rule seems to be able to hold decent credibility even when dissecting the […]

Preservation of Honor…Check

Honor: honesty. fairness, or integrity in one’s beliefs and actions. Palestine has been occupied since 1948 with thousands killed and millions of refugees. Palestinian land and territories are being stolen everyday. Illegal settlements are being built. A wall separates Israelis from Palestinians. Apartheid laws are passed everyday in the Israeli parliament. Gaza strip has been under siege for more than 7 years with […]

From Wine to Blood

Located in southern Lebanon 10 kilometers southeast of the city of Tyr and 12 kilometers north of the border with Israel, lays a village of 10,000 residents. According to the Gospel of John (New Testament), Jesus is believed to have performed his first miracle of turning the village’s water into wine while attending a local […]