If someone was an incumbent and had NO opposition whatsoever, would you still go out and vote? Or would you just be like meh, there’s no opposition so there’s no point?4 AnswersCurrent Events4 weeks ago
So there's this guy I know, he's Somali-American and Muslim. Hes told me numerous times he doesn't like America & basically talking sh*t about America.. but recently, I was on his social media and I seen he was liking quotes by Anwar Awlaki (Al Qaeda recruiter) . I once read articles about Somali American (or other race) young men who joined ISIS & al Shabaab & one thing was always the same (they started watching/ retweeting quotes by Anwar Awlaki before they joined ISIS, etc or committed acts of terrorism). Do u think this guy is a potential threat and would u report him?4 AnswersPolitics8 months ago
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This is probably a dumb question, but I've never flown before. I live where there isn't a really major airport, so when I look at flights it's from my city to ATL (connecting flight). Then it's a layover to the city I want to travel to, and it says ATL to Destination City. My question is, when I arrive at the city I'm traveling to, does the flight say from ATL to the Destination City, or from My City to the Destination City?6 AnswersAir Travel1 year ago
Say a girl kept calling your boyfriend. If you happened to be with him and she called, how would you answer the phone? Would you pick up saying "Hiii. Can you stop calling cause I just got this number" in a real sweet (not sarcastic) way trying to pretend it wasn't his number anymore or pick up like "STOP CALLING MY MAN. WE'RE GETTING MARRIED!" Etc.4 AnswersSingles & Dating1 year ago
I'm writing a story about a young girl from Canada who at 15 y/o is brainwashed by a jihadist in Syria and then leaves her life to marry and join him in Syria (he is 27), and they ultimately join ISIS but then become disillusioned with ISIS and he smuggles her and their children to a refugee camp (he is then caught by ISIS and executed). She lives in a refugee camp and tries to get back to the West.
Character: Zahra. From Toronto. Age 15-20 through story. Daughter of Bosnian immigrants. She is seen as sort of a radical Islamic "Madonna" (as in Raphael's Madonna).13 AnswersOther - Arts & Humanities1 year ago