#JewsAndArabsRefuseToBeEnemies

Call for peace in the Gaza taking to Twitter
By Rahman Mohamed

As the conflict between Israel and Palestine continues to escalate in the Gaza strip, people have been taking to social media worldwide.  One of the newest Twitter hashtags that continues to grow is the headline (#JewsAndArabsRefuseToBeEnemies) Continue reading

Rooting for the Rival: Uniting or Divider?

Cheering for the Rival: The death sentence that unites
By Rahman Mohamed

Sports, it’s one of the few things that forces geographies to push apart their political differences as they combat for the championship.  But whether it’s in an inter-school sports league or at in an international league, the one thing that will always be present is: the rivalry.  And there’s proof today in the final.

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The Ball From Beyond

Brazil’s football team out of the flight for the World Cup.  But was it because of their feet or the Ball?
By Rahman Mohamed

As Brazil battled Germany today for a spot in the final, people around the world were watching the ball, wondering where it would fly.  Halfway through the first half Germany took the lead 5-nil and scored 2 in the second to end the game 7-1.  Germans say it was because of the talent of their players.  Brazilians say because Neymar was out with fractured vertebra and their captain was suspended for receiving two yellow cards in two games.  But there are rumours circulating that it was all because of the ball.

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