Sunday, August 8, 2010
Ny Times: “What’s different is the heat, the volume, the level of hostility,” said Ihsan Bagby, associate professor of Islamic studies at the University of Kentucky. “It’s one thing to oppose a mosque because traffic might increase, but it’s different when you say these mosques are going to be nurturing terrorist bombers, that Islam is invading, that civilization is being undermined by Muslims.”
Wednesday, June 30, 2010
Tuesday, April 13, 2010
The Sun on tweeting politicians >> "Although they are from opposite sides of the House, Pua and Khairy show maturity lacking in many politicians from their and the older generation – that they can disagree on many issues but still remain friends. Pua also thumbed a lift from Khairy to a forum last week".