Monthly Archives: October 2015

wasn’t he? (re-formatted)

In the Spirit of the Gracious and Compassionate Creator of the Heavens and the Earth Lester A. Knibbs aka Doctor Hakeem wasn’t he? (a slow meditation) wasn’t he? wasn’t he some mother’s son before he was killed? were there no … Continue reading

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Defining Islam — More Comments (No. 2)

In the Spirit of the Gracious and Compassionate Creator of the Heavens and the Earth Lester A. Knibbs aka Doctor Hakeem What is Islam? In working on my projected book “Heterosexualism, Homosexuality, and Islam”, my plan is to begin by … Continue reading

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Defining Islam — More Comments (No. 1)

In the Spirit of the Gracious and Compassionate Creator of the Heavens and the Earth by Lester A. Knibbs aka Doctor Hakeem What is Islam? In working on my projected book “Heterosexualism, Homosexuality, and Islam”, my plan is to begin … Continue reading

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Who Are We?

In the Spirit of the Gracious and Compassionate Creator of the Heavens and the Earth by Lester A. Knibbs aka Doctor Hakeem Sometime during the late 1960s the following joke featuring the Lone Ranger and Tonto circulated among African Americans: … Continue reading

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Overwhelming Calamity

In the Spirit of the Gracious and Compassionate Creator of the Heavens and the Earth by Lester A. Knibbs aka Doctor Hakeem Those who do not remember the past are doomed to repeat it. George Santayana wrote those words many … Continue reading

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The Qur’an, the King James Bible, and the Unity of Nations, Revisited

In the Spirit of the Gracious and Compassionate Creator of the Heavens and the Earth by Lester A. Knibbs aka Doctor Hakeem “The Qur’an, the King James Bible, and the Unity of Nations” was originally published on December 23, 2011. … Continue reading

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