Personal Space

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” Are you fasting?” eavesdropped the fellow Fellow sitting on my right side at the Melikian Center. “No,” I replied. “Why not?” he inquired in what appeared as the inception of a “moral… Continue reading

My Religious Festival Rakshabandan In USA

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This is ,off course first time in my life that I am celebrating my any religious festival out of my home but it is ok and good opportunity to make new fourth one sister… Continue reading

New school day

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It was a great day for me today and it was because I saw my younger son Abdullah in his school uniform. Despite being thousands of miles away from him, I was able… Continue reading

The first Humphrey seminar

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Today is Monday 23 of August, 2010. We attended at the first Humphrey seminar at Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communications, ASU. It is a very demanding seminar. Actually, I am… Continue reading

on “Servant-Leadership”

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In our first Humphrey seminar, we have learnt about Servant –Leadership characteristics. When i came back home, i read it again and thought about that. Remember the characteristics: listening, empathy, healing, awareness, persuasion,… Continue reading

After loading the gun, I want to shoot

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After loading the gun, I want to shoot. Last week I received a lot of frustrations. The class I had wanted to register denied me; the class I had wanted to audit denied… Continue reading

Park51 debate

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The debate over the Ground Zero mosque is spreading all over the USA only one week after President Obama publicly spoke in favor of the project. Day by day, the question on “Ground… Continue reading

Ramadan-the holy month for self-restraint, dedication and service

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Mohammed Alauddin ASU, Phoenix, Arizona It is the first time ever for me to observe Ramadan abroad especially in the USA. Its really a wonderful experience. Afridi ,thank you very much for Biriani… Continue reading

Our Fellows’ Media

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Well, we had an assignment for the HHH Seminar and it was to present the Media-PR-Advertising situation in our respective countries. Sounds like a routine task for an international academic group. But… Seeing the… Continue reading

The ’53 August coup in Iran: Worth remembering?

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The Iranian coup of ’53 brought a democratically elected government to its knees. Is this obscure piece of history of any importance in the context of todays geo-political environment?

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