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Hillary Clinton Speaks in Dar Al-Hikma College

Thursday, 18 February 2010, 11:58 am | Aesha Lorenz Al-Saeed

Mrs. Clinton’s opening remarks were directed to her delight and honor to be speaking at Dar Al-Hikma. She thanked Princess Lulwa Al-Faisal, and all those who were involved in the effort in planning her visit. She recognized the pioneering work of Dar Al-Hikma ... More >>

Swine Flu: Is The Hype Justified?

Friday, 14 August 2009, 10:58 am | Aesha Lorenz Al-Saeed

With the swine flu becoming a pandemic and major news headline, it necessitates a look into the background details that may not be commonly known. More >>

Aesha Lorenz Al-Saeed: Eed Celebrations Worldwide

Friday, 20 October 2006, 11:05 am | Aesha Lorenz Al-Saeed

Muslims are celebrating Eed in many countries in the world, in their own unique way, but also have the main Eed customs in common. More >>

SF Protest Against Israel's Gaza & Lebanon Action

Thursday, 20 July 2006, 12:06 am | Aesha Lorenz Al-Saeed

Monday July 17, from 11:45 until 2:30 pm protesters gathered in front of the Israeli Consulate on Montgomery street with speeches, nationalistic and peace songs and chants. "Stop US Aid to Israel" "Israel How many children have you killed today" "you will ... More >>

Behind The Veil: American Elections

Friday, 21 May 2004, 10:23 am | Aesha Lorenz Al-Saeed

Many in America are hoping and praying John Kerry will win the next Presidential election. Bush and his cronies have destroyed many important programs, with the effects reaching far and wide. More >>

Behind the Veil: Hardships for America & Muslims

Thursday, 21 August 2003, 5:07 pm | Aesha Lorenz Al-Saeed

Another huge hardship in America has occurred. A mass power outage in the North Eastern states, including New York State. The official government reasons for the electricity service disruption is that the equipment was outdated, and no service protectors ... More >>

Behind The Veil: Women's Headscarves In School

Friday, 4 April 2003, 2:25 pm | Aesha Lorenz Al-Saeed

To a non-Muslim hijab or headscarf might mean very little, or in the other case, maybe it means too much. So much that it makes them so uncomfortable that they don’t want to see it, because they feel it makes a sort of “political statement” that religion ... More >>

Behind The Veil: In Praise Of Separate But Equal

Monday, 10 March 2003, 10:30 am | Aesha Lorenz Al-Saeed

Winds of change along with winds of war are being hinted in many places. However, this doesn't mean one should put one's head in the sand like the ostrich, and just let whatever happens go on around while we blindly await the aftermath. More >>

Behind The Veil: Sponsoring Orphans Touches Our He

Thursday, 27 February 2003, 11:32 am | Aesha Lorenz Al-Saeed

“Mrs. Aesha! Khala Aesha!” The children cry with excitement as soon as they see me approaching. These are the dear orphan children that my friend Dr. Siham and I decided to meet and befriend. We asked for a group of six small boys each (the maximum amount ... More >>

Behind the Veil: A Diary Of The Haj

Tuesday, 4 February 2003, 12:04 am | Aesha Lorenz Al-Saeed

An account written by an Islamic woman, and Saudi resident, of what it is like to participate in the annual Haj Muslim pilgrimage to Mecca, Saudi Arabia. This article is published as this year’s Haj is about to begin. More >>

Behind the Veil: Saudis Aren't As Bad As Painted

Monday, 16 December 2002, 2:04 pm | Aesha Lorenz Al-Saeed

Having lived and worked with my husband in Jeddah Saudi Arabia for the last 18 years, maybe I can shed a little light on the subject of recent revelations concerning the alleged funding of 911 terrorists by members of the Saudi royal family. More >>

Behind The Veil: Making Iraq The Next Afghanistan

Monday, 16 September 2002, 11:23 am | Aesha Lorenz Al-Saeed

It seems America and Bush in particular wants to wage war on Iraq, and has spent months trying to convince American citizens and other countries that Saddam is so dangerous that he must be removed at all costs. More >>

Behind The Veil: We Crave To Do Something More

Thursday, 11 April 2002, 9:33 am | Aesha Lorenz Al-Saeed

Iraq has made the decision to stop oil exports to the US and everyone that we know is supportive and relieved. We wonder why OPEC doesn't also pursue this course? More >>

Behind the Veil: Prince Abdullah's Vision Of Peace

Thursday, 28 February 2002, 9:28 am | Aesha Lorenz Al-Saeed

As more time passes and Israel encroaches on more and more Palestinian autonomous territory, the Palestinian "stateless" people suffer more and more, and become more frantic and desperate. More >>

Behind the Veil: Ramadan, Blessed Month Revealed

Monday, 10 December 2001, 9:28 am | Aesha Lorenz Al-Saeed

Ramadan is a special month to between seven to ten million Muslims in the United States, and millions more Muslims worldwide. It is known as the month of worship, and indeed Muslims increase their worship greatly during this month. To fast in Ramadan, ... More >>

Behind the Veil: Women Have Their Own Culture

Thursday, 15 November 2001, 10:12 am | Aesha Lorenz Al-Saeed

Being a woman in the Middle East is an art in itself. The western woman in general is very frank, casual and extroverted. The Middle Eastern woman, and in particular the Saudi woman is not. Women here almost have a culture all to themselves. More >>




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