The Days of Misplaced Manifestations

Before I start describing the events of the last two days, let me engrave the idea in your mind that "Algerians love chaotic tumults and celebrating." We don't have weekly parties, only yearly weddings... We don't have seasonal festivals, we have yearly Ramadan of fasting... Our inner-pressure is hiding inside us, making our daily life … Continue reading The Days of Misplaced Manifestations

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​A Pervert Rumor in Algiers

To cut it short, one of my most hated things is the rumors and scandals. I am extremely careless; I don't care what people think, feel or say. So, I am not a person to tell rumors; however, I just heard an Algerian rumor in the capital about a pervert "flasher" that shocked me since … Continue reading ​A Pervert Rumor in Algiers

The daily psychotherapy of Islam

  Psychotherapy via Wiktionary.org The treatment of people diagnosed with mental and emotional disorders using dialogue and a variety of psychological techniques. To begin with, Islam is God's guidance teaching us how to live purely and in peace with oneself. To achive the inner peace, one has four things to know after joining Islam:   … Continue reading The daily psychotherapy of Islam

​Why Berbers resist Islam in Algeria?

​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?

Feeding Poor in Ramadan

Ramadan is the month of cleaning one's sins by fasting and doing good things in the name of Allah. What could be one of the best things to do than serving food voluntarily in the time of iftar (meal) to poor people and everybody whom is in need. This is why I helped one of … Continue reading Feeding Poor in Ramadan

​21 years in Christianity vs 4 years in Islam

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