Why Berbers resist Islam in Algeria? Before I would start to examine this spicy question of "why Berbers resist Islam in Algeria", let me clear the situation which is almost idyll nowadays. In fact, the major population of Algeria find no difference between being Arab or Berber or Muslim; these three traits equally mean the… Continue reading Why Berbers resist Islam in Algeria?
At sunset The sun has been fallen;The light was irregardless,The park has been sullen;I sat on a bench regardless. If I had faced a human being,I'd be able to tell the truth;Whether I'd been seen or seeing,W'ther I own or pwn the ruth. Maybe, if I had chosen a buddy;Sharing the self-created pain,I would… Continue reading Poem: At Sunset
I always used to say "religious views are far away from me"; however, the facts are telling the opposite: throughout my life I was born Muslim, became pious Christian, then atheist until I reconverted to Islam 4 years ago. This fuzzy story is the cause of my parents' divorce, having a Hungarian Christian mother and… Continue reading 21 years in Christianity vs 4 years in Islam
I do know that for the sympathy of one living being, I would make peace with all. I have love in me the likes of which you can scarcely imagine and rage the likes of which you would not believe. If I cannot satisfy the one, I will indulge the other. Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley,Frankenstein … Continue reading Dr Frankenstein
This week I'm facing the finals of the last year of Basic English Linguistics and Didactics studies. Two birds with one stone, I'm going to write about the exams as a resume for preparing to the modules, as a personal comment on the level and as a whole impression of the year or three years...… Continue reading Finals #4: Statistics and Feelings
Black and white are the colors of photography. To me they symbolize the alternatives of hope and despair to which mankind is forever subjected. - Robert Frank I start this post a little bit methaphorically. To help you in understanding, I tell you that I focus on my black mood these days. I observe the… Continue reading Puli: The Hungarian Jing-Jang