Liberty and Freedoms from Tyranny

There's one basic commonality that all populations share...
The desire to be Free…
"Freedom of speech is Freedom after Speech.” says Dr. Taha Jabir al-Awani. :)
As simple and unusual as this statement might seem to be; it still remains one of the most important global challenges, today...(At times, even for America.)

This video seems appropriate to view again, as may help us to increase our understanding of what it will take to bridge today's gap between 'Democracy and the challenges of those who leave a society of oppression.' Many parts of our World did not evolve properly, and we must heal the misconceptions of the free world, to give strength to those, yet without a voice...
Endowment for Democracy: Dr. Taha Jabir al-Awani -(IIIT)
To some of the Free World, safety is all they know... But I doubt that in the two centuries since America began its long and dangerous journey toward Democracy and Constitution, that the search for complete comfort and safety, would have enabled its successes...

Many fail to realize that (so too) Eastern countries were well along into the establishment of their own Liberty and Freedoms from Tyranny...Freedom carries not, an American Patent... Even today nearly 200 'multi-cultural' Nations are 'freely' democratic, and strive every day (just as you or I) just to keep this true.
Foreign Policy Association:
Dr. Taha Jabir al-Awani, Ibrahim founded the International Institute of Islamic Thought (IIIT) in 1981 and later set up the Graduate School of Islamic and Social Sciences in Ashburn, Virginia. His criticism of corruption and abuse of power within the Malaysian government and his vocal demand for reform resulted in his arrest and imprisonment in September 1998. Ibrahim, who led a new democratic movement in Malaysia from his prison cell, was released in September 2004.


Ernest said...

Look at you go! Remind me to never under-estimate you. Thank you so much for leading me to your blog, may I link to it from my blog? I love what you are doing here. Remember, sometimes the pen is mightier than the sword, and Liberty is a most worthy cause to champion. God bless!

M. Barbay said...

Such nice things to say... :) (Thanks! and I will appreciate adding your site here, soon!)

>pen is mightier

Indeed...The pen can be mighty but only because those who defend our country enable it so. :)
(So I must thank you...again.)
God Bless.

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