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"The oral history project is equally remarkable for being the first of its kind. As much as the partition hangs over the politics and psyche of the Indian subcontinent, there is no memorial — digital or analog — to mark it. This homegrown, volunteer-run project, directed from a few cubbies at the University of California here, is one of the first efforts to collect those memories. Now, because most of the partition’s witnesses are gone — most subjects are in their 70s and 80s — the project has taken on new urgency. At least 20 of the 100 people Ms. Bhalla has interviewed have died, she said. And so, with help from donors, the archive plans to dispatch 20 story gatherers this year to several cities in South Asia to collect stories while their tellers are still alive."
"#CreepingBeliebers of the World Unite! Teen Pop Star honors Muslim Call to Prayer Twice During Show in Istanbul"
"No. He has aided the advance of Islamic supremacism and Sharia all across North Africa. I don’t know or care what his religion is. The problem him is his pro-Sharia foreign policy."
Pamela Gellar on Obama, in an interview with Vice, answering the following question: Don’t you think the Muslim world’s hatred of Obama should quell fears that he may be a secret-Muslim?
Read it here if you want to cringe and never listen to The Cure the same way again.