Which brings us to the final question: Was there a mass Exodus of Jewish slaves out of Egypt? There is no record of any such thing ever happening, and the simple reason is that there is no time in which it could have happened. No Egyptian record contains a single reference to anything in Exodus; and by the time there were enough Jews living in Egypt to constitute an Exodus, the time of the pyramids was long over.
It’s hard to imagine how people in war-torn Yemen go about their everyday lives. But Thana Faroq, a 26-year-old street photographer who lives in the capital of Sanaa, is trying to show exactly that. Her photos are very different from the ones you usually see of the country. They’re bright, happy and show people getting haircuts, selling traditional bread or playing games on the streets.
It is the third so-called “honour killing” case in a month in Pakistan, where attacks on women who go against conservative rules on love and marriage are common.
Selling at C$17,900, the Oscar-winning actress recommends that if you’re interested in receiving a luxurious orgasm, you should try out the Lelo “Inez,” a 24-carat gold sex toy.
“The chaste woman is a woman which protects her virginity. She walks close to the wall in the street looking down and not making eye contact with other men. She doesn’t raise her voice because men should not hear her voice. She doesn’t wear something attractive to seduce men. She doesn’t wear perfume because it is forbidden. If a man smells her perfume it is as if she committed adultery with him. A woman’s place is at home to take care of the family and make her husband happy.”
Last night April 19, 2016 I had the enormous pleasure and privilege of attending the OTTAWA PEACE TALKS organized by the Global Centre for Pluralism and hosted by the Agha Khan Centre, Ottawa, Canada.
There were 12 speakers, only 3 male but 9 female not to mention the moderator, rising star Althea Raj – @althiaraj . Each was given 8 minutes during which extremely interesting, stimulating and thought provoking presentations were delivered. I had my two or three favourites, but each one was excellent or better. Peace and pluralism were skillfully and effectively advocated. Unfortunately there was no time for Q & A, given that number of speakers including