Iranian President Mahmud Ahmadinejad once again has become a controversy. It was not caused by his statements against Israel, but triggered by a report from British newspaper the Daily Telegraph on Saturday last week. The report said that conservative leader has a Jewish father who converted to Muslim.
The Telegraph revealed that his original family name was Saburjian or “cloth weaver”. The word derives from “Sabur”, the name for the Jewish Tallit shawl which usually used by Jews in synagogue on Sabbath and holidays. Also, it is used when reciting morning, afternoon, and evening prayer. Continue reading →
Palestinians in Gaza fast in a very hard situation caused by Israeli blockade.
Live is suffering. For around 1.5 million people in Gaza Strip it’s not only a slogan. They have been living in suffer at least for the last fourteen months.
Israel blockaded in area of 380 square meters since mid of June last year because that region was controlled by Hamas, an Islamist movement which anti-Israel. All borders in sea, air, and ground have been closed, included the crossings of Erez and Sofia (Gaza-Israel), Rafah (Gaza-Egypt), and Karen Shalom (Gaza-Egypt-Israel). The passages of people, goods, and services have been so limited.Continue reading →