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99% Pathetic

2011.11.22

99% Pathetic:

“nobody every told me that having 2 kids before I could drink legally wasn’t such a great idea

“We are the 99%“

“i am a transman“

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  1. 2011.11.22 03:32

    ‘WTF?’ — wait for the money shot…

  2. 2011.11.23 00:22

    Here’s yet another big ‘fuck you’ to morrie the 108 kike, kikelad kiketzmon, ugly glenn and the rest of the kike-muz-pimps:

    There was one clear message of the evening: people of other faiths can help make you stronger in your own. Speaking about their interfaith experiences and lives, six young Muslims and Jews took the stage Sunday night at Busby’s in Los Angeles to speak free-form about growing up and feeling like “the other” in a predominantly Christian world

    http://www.mpac.org/programs/newground/muslim-jews-share-interfaith-stories-at-newgound-event.php

    Geneive Abdo

    An author and analyst, Geneive Abdo is the liaison for the United Nation’s Alliance of Civilizations. Archbishop Desmond Tutu speaks highly of Abdo’s work and the her contribution to the post-9/11 world: “Geneive Abdo’s work captures in great detail the immense hardships Muslims face in the post-September 11th world and offers hope for their success and co-existence in America. Her book shatters stereotypes about Muslims and teaches us that more understanding of Islam is needed for global peace.”

    Wajahat Ali

    Wajahat Ali is a playwright, journalist, attorney, humorist, blogger and expert on the $40 million Islamophobia industry in the U.S. Ali is one of the co-authors of the Center for American Progress’ 2011 report “Fear, Inc.: The Roots of the Islamophobia Network in America.” Born and raised in Fremont, CA, Ali said he was raised with a strong Pakistani and Muslim identity. That strong self understanding led Ali to start his blog “GOATMILK: An Intellectual Playground” and write his play, “The Domestic Crusaders,” one of the first major dramatic plays about the Muslim American experience of living in a post-9/11 America. He began writing “The Domestic Crusaders” in 2001 during his undergraduate studies at University of California, Berkeley, in order to pass a short story assignment. Eventually, the piece was transformed into a play that premiered off-Broadway at the famous Nuyorican Poets Café and broke their box office records with a historic five week run.

    Jasser Auda

    Auda is a founding member of the International Union for Muslim Scholars. Currently, he is an Associate Professor on Public Policy in Islam at the Qatar Foundation in Qatar. Auda’s most current publication is “Re-Thinking Islamic Law for Minorities: Towards a Western Muslim Identity,” which delves into the matter of revision of “Islamic law for Muslim minorities.”

    Jerrold Green

    Green is currently the President and CEO of the Pacific Council on International Policy. He is a Research Professor at the University of Southern California, and prior to his teachings at USC, Green worked for the RAND Corporation as a senior adviser for the Middle East and South Asia and the director of the center for Middle East Public Policy.

    Dr. Maher Hathout

    Dr. Hathout is a leading spokesperson for the American Muslim community and is a retired physician best known for his tireless commitment to public service. He is an international figure who is highly regarded as a positive voice of Islam offering a unique and valuable perspective on national and international issues involving Muslims.

    Haroon Moghul

    Moghul is an Associate Editor at Religion Dispatches, a Senior Editor for The Islamic Monthly, and a Fellow at the Institute for Social Policy and Understanding (ISPU). He is a Ph.D. candidate at Columbia University (M.A., 2009), focusing on Islamic political thought in India. Haroon served as Director of Public Relations for the Islamic Center at New York University and was selected a Muslim Leader of Tomorrow. Haroon has spoken across the US and internationally on Islamic culture, contemporary politics in the Muslim world, and radicalism and religious identity.

    Manal Omar

    Currently, Manal Omar works for the United Institute of Peace and is well known for her novel “Barefoot in Baghdad.” She was named one of the Top 500 World’s Most Influential Arabs by Arabia Business Power in 2011, one of the 500 Most Influential Muslims in the World by Georgetown University and the Royal Islamic Strategic Studies Centre in 2009 and one of the 10 young visionaries shaping Islam in America by Islamic Magazine in 2007.

    Mark Potok

    Potok is a director at the Southern Poverty Law Center where he leads highly regarded non-governmental operations monitoring of hate groups and extremism in the world today. Potok has spent the last 20 years as a reporter at several newspapers, such as USA Today, the Dallas Times Herald and the Miami Herald. While at USA Today, he covered the 1993 siege in Waco, TX; the rise of militias, the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing; and the Timothy McVeigh​ trial.

    Yasir Qadhi

    Qadhi is a popular Muslim American writer, speaker and Islamic instructor at the Al-Maghrib Institute. He has a bachelor’s degree in Hadith studies from the Islamic University of Medinah in Saudi Arabia and is currently completing his doctorate in Islamic Studies at Yale University. Qadhi is a prolific author on Islam and is most well-known for his works “Du’a: The Weapon of the Believer,” “An Introduction to the Sciences of the Qu’raan” and “Riyaa: Hidden Shirk.”

    Ambassador Ebrahim Rasool

    Ambassador Ebrahim Rasool is South Africa’s Ambassador to the U.S. Ambassador Rasool’s involvement in the anti-apartheid struggle started in high school and grew into leadership roles in the United Democratic Front and the African National Congress​. His work in this struggle has cost him time in prison and house arrest. His social and political involvement has consistently been faith-driven.

    Joe Stork

    Stork is the deputy director of Human Rights Watch’s Middle East and North Africa division and is an expert on human rights issues involving religion.

    Cornel West

    Best known for his classic “Race Matters​,” “Democracy Matters” and his recent memoir, “Brother West: Living and Loving Out Loud,” Dr. Cornel West​ is a frequent guest on “The Bill Maher Show,” “The Colbert Report,” CNN and C-Span as well as on Tavis Smiley​’s PBS TV Show. West has emerged as a thoughtful and thought-provoking leader with a long legacy of activism, justice and prominence in American culture and civil rights.

    Ahmed Younis

    Younis is a Senior Analyst for the Gallup Center for Muslim Studies and the Abu Dhabi Gallup Center. He is the author of “American Muslims: Voir Dire [Speak the Truth].”

    James Zogby

    Zogby is the author of “Arab Voices: What They Are Saying to Us, and Why it Matters” and founder and president of the Arab American Institute in Washington, D.C. He is a founding member of the Palestine Human Rights Campaign. Zogby also co-founded and served as the Executive Director of the American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee.

    http://www.mpac.org/convention/speakers.php

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