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    Perpetual State of Transition

    As a Libyan, never have I been more proud of my country. Wait a second, no, that was last year. During the revolution that overthrew ruthless dictator Muammar Gaddafi and his murderous regime, Libyans across the globe united in accomplishing a goal once believed unimaginable. Libyans never before had a reason to be proud of […] More

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    Nature

    Nature and the environment are the surroundings that envelop our daily lives. Its the ecosystem that harbors us and our loved ones. What many Libyans fail to grasp is the importance of our treatment and care upon our environment and their significant ramifications. Libyans have adopted a lack of interest in the safekeeping and maintenance […] More

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    Youth Magazine

    It is my pleasure to say my opinions about Youth Magazine. It is indeed a nice magazine. The interesting thing  is that there are many nice articles and stories. Some are very remarkable. They give us hope, encurages us to do work and improve our reading and writing skills. To me, it is more interesting […] More

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    Smoking & Pain

    Cigarette smokers are much more likely to report having persistent musculoskeletal pain than nonsmokers, according to an American Pain Society (APS) study. The results echo those of several previous studies, which concluded that smokers of both sexes are more likely than nonsmokers to report pain syndromes. Researchers surveyed more than 6000 women to assess the […] More

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    Libyan and lines

    What is it with lines and us Libyans? Are we allergic to them? or do we have deep seeded hatred for everything neat and tidy as a line. If you do not know what I am talking about, then let me elaborate. Let me start with waiting lines; let it be at the baker or […] More

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    Libya still needs you!

    We need at least 2 years of selfless hard work to make our country stable and back on track. By hard work, I totally didn’t mean to bring out tiny issues and start fighting. I mean the real work, taking as many measures as one can, to create awareness, to improve the education and health […] More

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    Don’t buy or breed while homeless pets die.

    Kindness towards animals is as important as kindness towards human beings. The philosophy of nonviolence should not be interpreted as having relevance only to human beings. None of the living beings can bear the suffering of harsh treatment like beating, thrashing etc. Man, is endowed with the sixth sense and he has the divine quality […] More

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    Parents

    From birth until their death, Only parents are the people who want the best for their child, as they are the people who raise them and sculpted their personality and their traits. They know their child like no one else does, thus making them of the only people who can determine what’s good for them […] More

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    The future of Reading

    With the number of readers going down day by day, a lot fear the question of whether reading books may be doomed in the near future? Whether books now will only hold a place at the libraries or would they make it to our shelves/coffee tables? Although once upon a time, books were the highlight […] More

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    Modesty

    Maybe this is just me being conservative, or maybe it’s me trying to hold onto something that is old, because it goes hand-in-hand to what I call home. However, I find myself becoming irritated when I hear all the things that people want to see in the ‘New Free Libya’. First off, I do not […] More

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    Fast & the Fights

    Car crashes, crazy driving and fights over little things that are not worth it, unfortunately we see this quite often in Ramadan. This month is for worship and obedience to God, thanksgiving, forgiveness, spiritual training, and self-examination. When we fast in Ramadan we feel the pains of deprivation and hunger, and we are supposed to […] More

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    Once you start Its Hard to quit

    In Libya smoking is very common and considered as fashionable. Even young kids are now often seen with a cigarette in their hands. Smoking is a curse on our society and we’re totally neglecting it. No one is doing anything to avert this present dolorous situation. What makes you Smoke? I won’t just blame the […] More

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