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In Yemen, You Can Find Out Your Birthday, Even If You Are Over Fifty

By:  Hassan Al-Haifi 22 August 2017 When I first returned to Yemen, in the Summer of 1970, I made a big fuss about finding out my real birthday.  We had been lying in the United States for the last previous … Continue reading

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This is How Islam Deals with Christians and Background on Wahhabi Extremism of the ISIS Genre

By:  Hassan Al-Haifi The Prophet Mohammed (Peace and Blessings of Allah be Upon Him – PBAUH) set out many important principles that deal with governing the relationship between the Moslem State/Moslems and other states and/or other religious communities or peoples.  One of the most … Continue reading

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A note to God: When the Extreme Becomes Godless

  This is a reprint of article of fiction prevbviously published in the Yemen Times in 2008, but still has much relevance in the wake of the problems confronting the Moslem World today. By:  Hassan Al-Haifi “How much religion should … Continue reading

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Why All The Fuss: A Provocative Film with Malicious Intents

Common Sense By Hassan Al-Haifi 12 September 2012 From the various information this observer has found on the background of the film deemed by all accounts as intentionally insulting to Islam and Moslems, one is unable to escape the inevitable … Continue reading

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