Egypt | Faith’s Story

So we were in Egypt actually filming a different project but while we were there we had our gear and knew we wanted to do a sparrow project as well and I remember just praying beforehand and really feeling like God had already laid out you know steps that we Continue Reading

The Roots of the Bahai Faith: Part 2

– Just as all the world’s major religion have dawned in the east, the Bahá’í Faith had its roots in Iran, which once was known as Persia. As Bahá’u’lláh’s followers multiplied, Ottomon and Persian authorities sought ways to suppress his influence. After unsuccessful attempts on his life, they mounted campaigns Continue Reading

ISIS – summary of the war against Islamic State

At the end of November 2017, it went almost unnoticed that the so-called Islamic State, the terror organization that captivated global attention, lost the last cities it controlled in the Middle East. How did this group succeed, in a matter of months, to control at its peak a territory as Continue Reading

Why Isn’t Palestine A State Yet?

In May of 2015, the Vatican officially recognized the State of Palestine. They joined at least 135 UN members who also acknowledge Palestine’s independence. However, a number of countries, Israel and the US in particular, have failed to recognize the legitimacy of an independent Palestinian state, with it’s four million Continue Reading

Muslim Americans Bust Myths About Their Faith | Truth or Myth

What It’s Really Like to Fight for the Islamic State

Möge Gott euch akzeptieren. Gott ist bereit. Richtet meiner guten Mutter schöne Grüße aus. Trauert nicht um mich. – Betet für uns. – Möge Allah dich akzeptieren. Sei vorsichtig Abu Abdullah. Halt es hoch. Kämpfen für den Islamischen Staat Vice News machte Aufnamen die von einer Kopfkamera eines Kämpfers des Continue Reading

Peshmerga vs. the Islamic State: The Road to Mosul (Full Length)

Rand Paul – Embracing Honest Capitalism in “The Case Against Socialism” | The Daily Show

Welcome back to The Daily Show. Man, it’s good to be here. I can’t believe more Republicans don’t want to come on. -It’s weird, right? -That must… Must be… -Must hurt you right here. -It-it hurts me so… -(laughs) -You know why? Because more Republicans came to the show than Continue Reading

State of Democracy: Robert Grenier

(mellow music) – It’s a great pleasure to be welcoming you to this lecture in the State of Democracy series. I’m Grant Reeher, Director of the Campbell Public Affairs Institute. It’s the institute that coordinates these events and it’s great for us to be able to host Robert Grenier for Continue Reading

Rojava, Kurdish autonomy and radical democracy

When you hear the word Syria, you might think about the nearly decade-long civil war, you might think about the devastation in Aleppo, you might think about the refugee crisis, you might think about the fight against ISIL or Daesh, you might think that that fights nearly over, you might Continue Reading