“What is your name?”
“are you jewish?”
“really?, are you sure?”
“you know I dont mind if you are. you can tell me”
“I'm not jewish”
“but you have a jewish name”
“yes I know.”
“you know, all the guys in the telecom group wanted to know”
“huh. what if I am?”
“So you are?”
“really man, its ok – you can tell me I wont mind. Are you?”
“no, I'm not.”
“are you parents?”
“really? what religion are they?”
“they aren't religious really”
“hmm. and you? what religion are you?”
“what! You worship a statue?!”
Certainly Egyptian businesses. Why would you, when you can just deal with stacks o' cash
Thats the 14000 Egyptian Pounds we received for returning some equipment that was the wrong type….
Not just for Japanese Women anymore, Egyptian woman can now enjoy the beauty of pink nipples.
Turns out this might be a common product
Is itfair to say that a woman has the choice to not wear a head-dress, if:
- God has said to wear the head-dress
- People will think less of you if you dont wear the head-dress
- Your father/brother/husband will ask you to wear the head-dress, else people will think less of him
Would you say you still have freedom of choice? The answer is yes. But not many people would want to.
We bought Saber some new sunglasses – he takes care of them as if they are made of gold.
They make him look like a distibuished old gentleman.
Families Vs. Christians — Who Will Win?
“A parent who is Wiccan or pagan would be deeply offended by the characterization of their religious path as being likely to have had 'tremendous evil come from occult involvement.' A parent in a court-mandated program might not be able to object without suffering severe consequences, such as being ostracized or publicly ridiculed. Wiccans, Pagans, Druids, Santeros, Gnostic Christians, Qabbalists and Sufis are all considered to engage in mystic or occult religious practices… Those of us who practice 'occult' or non-mainstream religions are law-abiding, productive taxpayers and voters who simply wish to be afforded the same respect and tolerance that is the right of every American citizen.”
Kind of like trying to tell a muslims here in Cairo that, “No, I'm actually not a Christian”, to which they kind of give a startled look, and then ask what you are. When you reply “I'm a Buddhist”, they look incredulous and say, “But they worship a statue man!”.
But they are not close minded, and we have the wrong idea and Islam.