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Dr. Muayad H. Hussain (Moayad Hassan). Posting works and articles in the fields of culture and visual communication which include art, photography, cinematography and design. Living in Kuwait and working as an Assistant Professor of History of Ar and Art Criticism at the Collage of Basic Education (Jaber University). Phd in History of Art from University of Birmingham, UK.

I’m Flickring!





Ten Ten, originally uploaded by moayad.com.

Yes.. after long months of persuading.. I finally gave up and subscribed to flickr.

There you can see all of my old and new photos, including some brand new never seen before photos which will be coming soon.

I hope you enjoy them and leave me some nice comments there ;).

Here is the link to my page in flickr:

http://www.flickr.com/photos/moayadphoto/

And here is a link to my old cool photo gallery 🙁 :

http://www.moayad.com/photo

Back Soon

I found the solution to the slow scrolling problem some browsers were having. En shaa Allah it will be fixed as soon as possible.

These days I’m just too busy with my studies. Please make Doa for me :). I will start fixing and updating the site when I’m done with my essays and presentations.

Crazy Month!





Crazy things happened since my last post. Debates, economic sanctions, riots, violence.. ambassadors retrieved, buildings burnt even people died ! All of that because of a few stupid cartoons printed in some stupid newspaper.. in Denmark!

People went Denmark crazy (and I don’t blame them really). I may as well swear that if you asked those people two months ago where the Denmark is on the map or what the Denmark flag looks like they would open their mouths and stare at you (few of them still do!).

There are two reasons why I’m talking about this issue today. First, It was a strange coincident that Islam and freedom of speech was the subject of one of my essays for the last term (I talked about it in my last post). What influenced my essay was a similar event that took place in the mid 80’s about Salman Rushdi and his book Satanic Verses which caused the same kind of reaction and debate in both the Islamic and the Western worlds.

I would’ve loved to include the recent events in the essay but it is too late now. Wish me luck and good grades :).

The second reason why I’m writing about this matter is to promote a new project we are working on theses days. The project is called WhyDoWeLoveMohammed.com. It’s an invitation to express our true love to our prophet Mohammed peace and blessings be upon him and a message to the world that we love this man so much for a reason and will not accept any kind of humiliation toward him.

So go ahead and express your love.. tell us why do you love Mohammed (PBUH)?