Muhammad said, "This is the one who used his ears in the service of Allah."
His name was Zeid Bin Akram. He might as well have been the shopkeeper from Quetta.
How badly were we skunked? It depends on if we are talking economy or intelligence.
As for the spy who used his ears in the service of Allah, Seerah literature records a most unusual reward - a commendation fox-holed within a Surah.
"And thou (standest)
On an exalted standard
Qalam 4 (Yusuf Ali)
The skunk is on the table. It is always good to deal with the skunk.
Things like this make me wince.
Let's talk about the Taliban next. I need to troll through my files a bit.
Continue to have a lovely holiday weekend.
My note: The remainder of the magazine will not be put out for public view.
I value your feedback. I have contacted JS-Kit. I am receiving notification of comments in my email but they are not showing on the site. For the individual who posted today, thank you! I have also noted an "insurgency" with a blocked comment by an unknown user.
Please be patient as the tech team researches and corrects this issue.
Enough is enough. Americans need to shout out the words "sexual harassment" and follow through with class action lawsuits. Our right to our own bodies and minimal privacy should not fall victim to poorly crafted policy.
Czarry, Mr. President. The party is over!
You have steered your ship up into the shoals.
Your party has distanced itself from the feelings and sentiment of the average American patriot.
18 November 1978: