Politicians now have to live up to their election promises – Cape Argus

Spirit of election Now that the dust has settled around the 2019 National elections, introspection is required. While it is not wrong rejoicing a political victory (provided it is sensible), caution is required. All sacred text considers the pursued of power, as an...

Mr. Omar seemingly his own worst enemy – Cape Argus

Check yourself before you wreck yourself I advise Mr. Omar to consider his emotive thoughts before putting “pen to paper”. Firstly, you did not attend an Islamic university or institution where you received permission to publically quote verses from the Quran. To...

Spreading propaganda can never be regarded as freedom of speech – Cape Argus

Freedom of speech About twenty years ago the late Dene Smuts (DA) parliamentarian for the Southern Suburbs taught me as a newbie Councillor that freedom of speech has limitations. Example, you cannot enter a cinema/theatre and create chaos by shouting “fire” just for...

Man of straw – Argus – 12 April

Self-hating Muslim or man of straw Over the years I have read many letters of Naushad Omar. The letter “Authoritarianism in Islamic society does not come from Quran” April 2, 2019 and his letter dated April 9 2019 suggests that the writer is possibly a self-hating...

Most jihadists are proxies of Western powers, Cape Argus, 10 April

Thank God for freedom of the media I am grateful to the Argus for publishing “Blatantly biased” by Gary James as it allows dialog between those who reject and those who worship the God of Abraham. The atheist “label” is misleading as early Christians were regarded by...