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Friday, July 10, 2009

Islamic Superheroes, FBI's Least Wanted, Kissinger on Obama

The 99, who personify the 99 attributes of Allah, are a creation of Teshkeel Comics in Kuwait, and will soon be appearing in a new mini-series collaborating with Justice League characters from DC comics. The Kuwaiti comics, which sell about one million copies a year, are already popular in the Middle East with an animated film already commissioned. The first of several 99-based theme parks has already opened in Kuwait. Superman and Batman to join forces with Islamic superheroes

Special agent Bassem Youssef was one of the FBI's up-and-comers—fluent in Arabic, ambitious, with a record of spotting threats and cracking terrorist cells. So of course the bureau sent him to rot in a desk job.

The FBI's Least Wanted

Former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, 86, discusses the painful lessons of the Treaty of Versailles, idealism in politics and Obama's opportunity to forge a peaceful American foreign policy. SPIEGEL INTERVIEW WITH HENRY KISSINGER - 'Obama Is Like a Chess Player'

The book, The Six Ways of Atheism presents six entirely logical arguments in simple language why people should not believe in the existence of God. The book opens a new front in the case against God. The Six Ways of Atheism - Geoffrey Berg


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