Tweet How bread identifies the culture of immigrants, bread protects us, comfort us in the new world, bread who we are…flatbread, …is the best thing happened to America since the sliced bread…Bread has been offered as a sacrifice to God (and in previous times to the gods. Some religions believe that consecrated bread is God. In the Middle East, a hungry man will kiss a piece of bread given him as alms and an invocation is murmured before kneading the dough. In a large number of countries, people consider bread to be so precious that it is a sin to waste it. There are also many superstitions about what happens…
Two Friends Under The Influence, The Story of Diego Valles & Marko Fields .
Tweet This is a story how arts brings people together, a story of two artist, Marko Fields of Mojo Coffee Gallery, and Diego Valles of Mata Ortiz, Mexico… , his arts revitalized old Mexican ceramic art tradition.. [Best_Wordpress_Gallery id=”25″ gal_title=”Two Friends Under The Influence”]
The Kurdish Question… Post Saddam Hussein!!
Tweet Historic Ethnicities of Kurdistan The contiguous Kurdish regions of Iran, Iraq, Turkey, and Syria sit in the north central area of the Middle East. Over the millennia, numerous ethnicities have migrated, settled or natively inhabited the area including Turks, Persians, Arabs, Kurds, Armenians, Assyrians, Chechens, Azeris and others. From the beginning of recorded history until the present day, all of these ethnic groups have strived politically and violently both offensively and defensively for a secure homeland. As one of the crossroads of the Middle East, Kurdistan has been home to both ethnic battlegrounds, as well as peaceful ethnic coexistence. Gallery: