The Uyghurs as Victims of Chinese National Socialism – AIER

The ancient Uyghurs believed in many local deities. These practices gave rise to Shamanism and Tengrism. Uighurs also practiced aspects of Zoroastrianism. The strong dichotomy between good and evil was often represented symbolically by fire and darkness. The Uyghur had fire altars like those that existed in regions of Iran, and they were also useful in daily life as a constant source of fire. The exact date that the Uigur people adapted Manichaeismas a state religion has been contested by many academics

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A philosophers take on Liberty

 

If you could read the minds of “Wild Animals”, we humans might understand the organizational structure, or lack thereof, that makes animals “Free.”

America is grappling with conflicting threats that defy prevailing solutions.

Solutions that under other circumstances might have been remedied by money or been delayed to another time are colliding and making situations intolerable.

America, the mightiest nation in the world is tasting a bitter-sweet fruit with the future uncertain. Continue reading “A philosophers take on Liberty”

Tweet from Benjamin Netanyahu (@netanyahu)

Benjamin Netanyahu (@netanyahu) Tweeted:
Israel strongly condemns the Turkish invasion of the Kurdish areas in Syria and warns against the ethnic cleansing of the Kurds by Turkey and its proxies.
Israel is prepared to extend humanitarian assistance to the gallant Kurdish people. https://twitter.com/netanyahu/status/1182268451269857281?s=17