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On the viral meme that distorts Quran verses (in relation to Rep. Ilhan Omar (D - MN))

The interpretations of nine verses from the Quran that the meme includes were made by one of the founders of the site, who describes himself as a freelance writer, not a religious scholar. In total, he had offered 36 reinterpretations of verses from the Quran. Several of them have been repeated in online publications since then, illustrating how misinformation persists for years and spreads online.

Muhammad, the founder of Islam, was persecuted, at least in part, for his religious message and had to flee his home in Mecca for the nearby town of Medina. There, he and his followers remained in conflict with the Meccans, and those struggles are referenced in the Quran.
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Meme Distorts Quran Verses


Feb. 04 is (inter)national Thank A Mail Carrier Day!

Information on the Mail Carrier's Job:

As the nation’s first Postmaster General, Benjamin Franklin established many of the conventions we are accustomed to today.

To be honest, this man was a real workaholic. Just take a look at his autobiography and his time schedule for every day. There is no free gap left, he was entirely structured. On the other hand, the 45th lives by a deconstructed time schedule that provides a lot of time periods for executive time, whatever he does within this time.

In 1963, the Zip Code began.

Pretty late, I must confess. We only had it that late because we were no united country in the time when this would have been introduced for us. On the other hand, I don't know when these codes were introduced in Germany.

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