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Masters degree in history. Author of several books. Promoter for Aldin Entertainment. Freelance journalist for Salem News. Teacher of English/TOEFL/IELTS. Speak several languages. Human Rights lobbyist and organizer and humanitarian work.

Member of Phi Beta Kappa Society and constituent of Collective Consciousness secret society.

Extracurricular activities: 1991 National JKA/AAU national Shotokan champion. 2 years of boxing and martial arts.

Program in 7 computer languages.

They will try to defame me as they tried with other figures in history who fought for the oppressed. But remember this about me. I sacrifice for the weak and suffering all my life.

Bourne: I don't want to do this anymore.

Conklin: I don't think that's a decision you can make.

Bourne: Jason Bourne is dead. Do you hear me? He drowned two weeks ago. You're gonna go tell them Bourne is dead. Understand?

Conklin: Where are you gonna go?

Bourne: I swear, if I even feel somebody behind me there is no measure to how fast and how hard I will bring this fight to your doorstep. I'm on my own side now.


I survived poverty, discrimination, and oppression in America to do what many said was impossible. My past friend, Ameera Mohammed once said, someone should make a movie of my life bc of everything I survived. I rather see a movie change the world for humanity's benefit.

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Wednesday, February 20, 2013     

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Vigilante Justice Against Innocent Muslim Americans: Ziyad Yaghi
(4 comments) The controversy over pre-emptive prosecution--law enforcement sending informants into Muslim mosques and neighborhoods to entrap unsuspecting citizens--has stirred fear within the Muslim-American community. Worse, it is possible that law enforcement is relying on informants who have demonstrated a clear antipathy not toward terrorists, but Islam in general. The following will highlight a specific case of Ziyad Yaghi.