Monthly Archives: April 2010

To be or not to be Muslim: German case in point

By Elif Kayi

OPINION. “You know, you Muslims, I don’t understand you. You don’t drink alcohol, and all you do is praying.” My friend told him that he was not a Muslim but an atheist, to which the landlord answered: “Yes, I know. You are not like them, you are different.” The conversation went on until the owner asked: “But there is something I want to know. For you, Muslims, is it acceptable if one marries a non-Muslim woman?”

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Anniversary for an ancient aphitheatre in Algeria

By Soumia Alloui

This theater celebrates its birthday, after being renovated. It is an example of Roman civilization, which has left its traces throughout Algeria. Kalam was the Roman name of this town known Gelma today.

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