Category Archives: Peace

Metaphysics of the metapossible

I put this one together for a blogger whose work I read, the Tailor, and hope that one day he will comment on it — if he does, I’ll post a follow up here with a link. In the meantime, … Continue reading

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Ronald Reagan Roundtable: “full of jovial doom”

[ by Charles Cameron — cross-posted from ChicagoBoyz ] Knowing of my interest in matters apocalyptic, you wouldn’t expect me to pass up President Reagan‘s connection with Ezekiel and the Revelation of John of Patmos on an occasion such as … Continue reading

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Egypt: Réfléchissons

One thing leads to another, and building that DoubleQuote made me want to include another picture of a man with a tank — from a somewhat but by no means entirely similar situation a couple of decades back… which led … Continue reading

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Egypt: Muslim and Christian human shields

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Egypt: the jihad’s receding tide?

[ by Charles Cameron — cross-posted from Chicago Boyz ] Here’s the evidence I’m seeing for one hopeful outcome… From an Egyptian FaceBook page: I will NOT accept that religious groups hijack what we have been doing for their own … Continue reading

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DQ Egypt: impact on Israel

[ by Charles Cameron — cross-posted with minor tweaking from ChicagoBoyz, where I also blog ] Someone posted an excerpt from an interview with Khaled Hamza, the webmaster of the Muslim Brotherhood, as a comment on an earlier post of … Continue reading

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Egypt: prayer vs water cannons

[ by Charles Cameron ] For location / background, see Helena Cobban, Tactical deployment of Muslim prayer in nonviolence. The image is from the middle of this YouTube video — you can see the prayers begin around the 3.25 mark, … Continue reading

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