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Totally exhausted from a long day of drama at School due to the situation & internal investigation--but it's always a joy & honor to see students standing up for their rights & what is right!

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Be good to your wives. Honor them, delight in them. As they lack some of your advantages. But in the new life of God’s , you’re equals. Treat your , then, as equals so your don’t run aground. - 1 Peter 3:7 MSG

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Had a good time with famous , Syed Noor in Islamabad. We exchanged our produced ’ ideas regarding honour killings of women. He further invited me in his Lahore office to discuss further about his film as well.

of a Strength and honor are her clothing, and she shall rejoice in time to come. She openeth her mouth with wisdom, and in her tongue is the law of kindness..

To all the men and women out there, whether you’re a home maker or the CEO of a business, thank you for all your hard work! Because of every one of you, this world continues to improve and thrive! You’re an instrumental part of it! Thank you!

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September 14th…

On This Day in Herstory, September 14th 1964, Helen Keller, Dr. Lena Edwards, Lynn Fontanne, Dr. Helen Taussig, and Leontyne Price all recieved the Presidential Medal of Freedom by President Lyndon B. Johnson. 

Helen Keller was born on June 27, 1880 in West Tuscumbia, Alabama. Keller came to public attention due to her amazing story; she was deaf-blind and her teacher, Anne Sullivan, was able to establish a means of communication with Keller, and she blossomed. Keller was the first deaf-blind person to earn a University degree. 

Keller went on to become a prolific author and an outspoken activist. She was a member of the Socialist Party of America, and campaigned for women’s suffrage, rights of workers, anti-militarism, and a number of other causes. She spent a large portion of her life raising funds to support schools and foundations for deaf, blind, and deaf-blind people. 

She died in her sleep on June 1, 1968. Her birthday is now celebrated as Helen Keller Day in Pennsylvania. 

Dr. Lena Frances Edwards was born on September 17, 1900, in Washington D.C. Edwards graduated top of her high school class and went on to complete her Bachelor’s degree from Howard University in only three years. She graduated from Howard University Medical School in 1924, and became one of the first black women to be board certified as an OB-GYN, and to gain admission to the International College of Surgeons. 

Edward’s had a long and rewarding career, but throughout she served the poorest people, people most in the need of healthcare, and constantly campaigned for better access to health car for those who need it, reguardless of what the can afford. Edwards died in 1986 in Lakewood, New Jersey. 

Lynn Fontanne was born December 6, 1887 in London, England. Though she was born in Britain, she was an actress in America for over 40 years. Together with her husband Alfred Lunt, the pair were well renowned actors, in 1970 they were awarded their own special Tony Awards, and Broadway’s Lunt-Fontanne Theater is named in their honor. Fontanne is regularly regarded as the American’s theater scenes great leading lady for the 20th century. 

Dr. Helen Taussig was born on May 24, 1898, and was an American cardiologist. She founded the field of pediatric cardiology, and helped to develop a procedure to extend the lived of children born with Tetralogy of Fallot, a specific type of heart defect. She also actively worked to ban thalidomide, a morning sickness medicine that caused a birth defect. Taussig was one of the most highly skilled physicians of her time. 

Leontyne Price was born February 10, 1927, in Laurel, Mississippi, and is a world-renowned soprano. She gained international notoriety starting in the 1950s and was the first black person to be the lead artist at the Metropolitan Opera. She retired in 1985, but continued to appear in various concerts and recitals until 1997. 

She has received an innumerable number of awards though her lifetime, but most notably is the Kennedy Center Honors in 1980, the National Medal of Arts in 1985, 19 Grammy Awards and a Grammy for Lifetime Achievement in 1989.
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Cookin’ with wrestlers! Who here is still high on All In? I sure am. And so are the Briscoes! They had THE BEST TIME meeting themselves at Starrcast, and best of all, they brought home a new friend – Charlotte Flair!

Dem Boys are super-stoked about their lovely new comrade. The competitive brothers are tripping over each other to make the Queen feel welcome. It’s only natural, really. They saw a leggy blond and, being male, their first thought was “GIVE HER SHRIMP.”

That’s right! They’re preparing her a bienvenue feast, and the star ingredient is la crevette. Here’s hoping their Flair for the culinaire will produce something deliciously WOOOOO-worthy. (What’s with all the French? Methinks that Slower Lower Delaware does not boast a vibrant population française. But what-œuvre.)

Jay and Mark stormed my kitchen and devised a brilliant recipe for Sandy-Fork-Style Shrimp Chowder. This is really special, you guys. I would unhesitatingly dub this a restaurant-quality soup. It’s one of those things you’ll be flabbergasted you can actually make at home. Flavor this sophisticated, this nuanced, shouldn’t be possible outside of white-linen wallet cleansers. But it is, and it’s not even hard!

Wanna know what’s even crazier? The guys used REAL BUTTER. Don’t ask me where they got it. I certainly would never authorize such flagrant extravagance. They must be really, really determined to please Miss Charlotte’s genetically superior palate. Knock me over with a feather, why dontcha? REAL FRIGGIN’ BUTTER! Whatwhatwhaaaaaaat??

Their more questionable move, to be honest, was using shrimp that was not pre-peeled. The fellas hereby recommend that you spare yourself a lot of grief by buying shrimp that’s already deveined. To be fair, it’s not that hard to do yourself. But it sure adds time. This video gave them a good how-to.

And just an FYI, “deveining” is actually “de-intestine-ing.” Yep, what you’re really doing is removing stringy tubes of literal excrement. Talk about depth of flavor! Try not to think about it, and you’ll be fine. But poor Chicken was retching by the end.

“Dat’s a lotta shrimp sh*t right der.”

But forget about aquatic waste! THIS CHOWDER IS INCREDIBLE! Please try it, everybody! The recipe serves 2 humans, or 6 to 8 hungry action figures.

  • 10 shrimps (peeled and deveined, of course), cut into bite-size pieces
  • ½ a tomato, diced (try to remove the seedy goop as you chop)
  • ½ cup minced onions
  • 2 cloves garlic, minced
  • ½ tsp ground paprika
  • A few pinches dried parsley
  • Approx. 2 cups broth (The guys used half vegetable broth, half water)
  • A couple splashes of milk (Mark says 2% works just fine)
  • 2 tbsp flour
  • Salt and pepper to taste

NOTE: Adjust quantities of the liquid ingredients according to how thick or thin you like your soup.

In a large saucepan, melt the REAL-A$$ BUTTER over medium. Add the onions and let them cook for a minute or two, or until soft. Then add the garlic and cook for about 30 seconds.

Add the flour and whisk to form a roux (thickener). Then add the broth and milk. Stir thoroughly to dissolve the roux.

Add the paprika, parsley, salt, and pepper and stir. Give it about 5 minutes to boil gently, stirring occasionally, until it’s thickened a bit.

Add the tomato and shrimp and stir. Let it all boil very gently until the shrimp is cooked through. This shouldn’t take more than 10 minutes. Serve right away.


So… did Charlotte enjoy her meal?

The Briscoes went all-out. Presentation is half the battle, so they served the chowder in an elegant soup tureen. They politely led their guest of honor to the table, and my! Was she ever surprised!

Piping hot and garnished with extra parsley! Who says farm boys aren’t classy?

They cut up some crusty homemade bread for dipping. Jay brought out extra pats of REAL BUTTAAHHH just in case.

Of course, she loved the chowder! Big hug for the hardworking Tag Champs!

Clearest examples of Islam’s honoring women is the great status of the mother in Islam.

Islam commands kindness, respect and obedience to parents and specifically emphasizes and gives preference to the mother as shall be shown in this article. Islam raises parents to a status greater than that found in any other religion or ideology.

The command to be good to one’s parents begins right from the Qur'an. Allah says:

“Worship God and join not any partners with Him; and be kind to your parents…” [Noble Quran 4:36]

“Your Lord has decreed that you worship none but Him and that you be kind to parents. Whether one or both of them attain old age in your life, say not to them a word of contempt, nor repel them, but address them in terms of honor. And out of kindness, lower to them the wing of humility and say, "My Lord! Bestow on them Your Mercy even as they cherished me in childhood.” [Noble Quran 17:23-24]

The great scholar, Abu al-Faraj Ibn Al-Jawzî (d. 1201CE) explained:

To be kind to one’s parents is: to obey them when they order you to do something, unless it is something which Allah has forbidden; to give priority to their orders over voluntary acts of worship; to abstain from that which they forbid you to do; to provide for them; to serve them; to approach them with gentle humility and mercy; not to raise your voice in front of them; nor to fix your glance on them; nor to call them by their names; and to be patient with them. (Ibn al-Jawzî, Birr al-Wâlidayn)

The Qur'an emphasizes the great struggles the mother goes through for her child, to highlight the need for one to reciprocate their parents sacrifice for them:

“And We have enjoined on man [to be good] to his parents: in travail upon travail did his mother bear him and his weaning was over two years. Be thankful to Me and to your parents, unto Me is the final destination.”[Noble Quran 31:14]

The renowned exegete, Shaykh Abdur-Rahman As-Sa'di (d. 1956), says about this verse:

{And to your parents} meaning, be kind to your parents, shower on them love, affection and piety, both in words and deeds, treat them with tender humility, provide for them and never harm them verbally nor physically. […] Then, Allah mentions the reason why we should be kind to our parents, when He says {His mother bore him in travail upon travail}, that is, the mother bore constant suffering; in pain and hardship from the first moment she felt the child moving in her womb to the worst pangs during the time of delivery. And {his weaning is for two years}, that is, during these two years the mother breast-feeds her child and looks after him/her. So after all the years of suffering, hardship, love and care, could we not, at least, compensate our mothers for what they have done for us and pay them back their rights? (Taysîr al-Karîm ar-Rahmân fî Tafsîr al-Kalâm al-Manân)

The Qur'an repeats its mention of the struggles of the mother in yet another passage:

“And We have enjoined upon man, to his parents, good treatment. His mother carried him with hardship and gave birth to him with hardship, and his gestation and weaning [period] is thirty months. [He grows] until, when he reaches maturity and reaches [the age of] forty years, he says, "My Lord, enable me to be grateful for Your favor which You have bestowed upon me and upon my parents and to work righteousness of which You will approve and make righteous for me my offspring. Indeed, I have repented to You, and indeed, I am of the Muslims.” [Noble Quran 46:15]

Mother has more rights than father

As against this, it is not necessary for a father that he suffers any hardship in bringing up and educating the child, if he can afford to pay somebody else for these services. This is why the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) has given more rights to the mother than anybody else. According to a hadîth he has said,

“Do good to and serve your mother, then your mother, then your mother, then your father, then the near relatives and then those who come after them.”[Mazhari]

“And his carrying and his weaning is in thirty months”[Noble Quran 46:15]

This sentence too describes the hardships suffered by the mother for her baby. It points out that even after suffering hardships during pregnancy and the severe labor pains, the mother does not get respite from toils, because the natural food of the infants is in her breasts, and she has to suckle them. (Shafy, Ma'âriful Qur'ân [Eng. trans.], vol. 7, pp. 795-796)

The Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him) continually used to remind his followers of the status of the mother and the obligation of being good to one’s parents. The following narration is a beautiful example of the noble position of the mother:

A man came to the Prophet and said: O Messenger of Allah! Who from amongst mankind warrants the best companionship from me? He replied: “Your mother.” The man asked: Then who? So he replied: “Your mother.” The man then asked: Then who? So the Prophet replied again: “Your mother.” The man then asked: Then who? So he replied: “Then your father.” (Sahîh Bukhârî 5971 and Sahîh Muslim 7/2)

Commenting on this hadith, Shaykh Muhammad Ali Al-Hashimi notes:

This hadith confirms that the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) gave precedence to kind treatment of one’s mother over kind treatment of one’s father (Al-Hashimi, The Ideal Muslimah, IIPH 2005, p. 165)

Likewise, the late Grand Mufti of Saudi Arabia, Shaykh Abdul-Azîz Ibn Bâz (d. 1999) comments on this hadith saying:

So this necessitates that the mother is given three times the like of kindness and good treatment than the father. (Majmoo’ Fataawaa wa Maqalat Mutanawwi'ah)

He also writes:

The secret of her importance lies in the tremendous burden and responsibility that is placed upon her, and the difficulties that she has to shoulder - responsibilities and difficulties some of which not even a man bears. This is why from the most important obligations upon a person is to show gratitude to the mother, and kindness and good companionship with her. And in this matter, she is to be given precedence over and above the father.[…] And I have no doubt that my mother - may Allah shower His mercy upon her - had a tremendous effect upon me, in encouraging me to study; and she assisted me in it. May Allah greatly increase her reward and reward her with the best of rewards for what she did for me. (Majmoo’ Fatawa wa Maqalat Mutanawwi'ah)

The Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him) also said in a famous narration:

‘Paradise lies at the feet of your mother’ [Musnad Ahmad, Sunan An-Nasâ’i, Sunan Ibn Mâjah]

What can be greater evidence of honoring women than this? Islam has effectively placed the ultimate reward for human beings in their devotion to their mothers.

Shaykh Ibrahîm Ibn Sâlih Al-Mahmud writes:

Treat your mother with the best companionship, then your father; because paradise is under the mother’s feet. Never disobey your parents, nor make them angry, otherwise you will live a miserable life in this world and the hereafter, and your children will treat you likewise. Ask your parents gently if you need something. Always thank them if they give it to you, and excuse them if they do not, and never insist on a matter if they refuse to give you something. (Al-Mahmoud, How to be kind to your Parents, p.40)

It is related from Talhah ibn Mu'âwiyah as-Salamî who said:

I came to the Prophet and said, “O Messenger of Allah, I want to perform Jihad in the way of Allah. He asked, "Is your mother alive?” I replied, “Yes.” The Prophet then said: “Cling to her feet, because paradise is there.” (at-Tabarânî).

Shaykh Nidhaam Sakkijihaa comments:

Cling to her feet means to submit yourself to her, be close to her, protect her, serve her because in this is Paradise and with her satisfaction you will enjoy the good blessings of Allah. (Sakkijihaa, Honoring the Parents, p. 52)

The Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him) showed us the importance of serving one’s parents in the following narration reported by Abdullah Ibn Mas'ud:

I asked the Prophet, 'O Messenger of Allah, what is the best deed?’ He replied 'Prayer offered on time.’ I asked, 'What is next in goodness?’ He replied, 'To be dutiful and kind to one’s parents.’ I further asked, 'What is next in goodness?’ He replied, 'Jihad in the Allah’s cause. [Sahîh Bukhârî, Sahîh Muslim]

Just as the Prophet said that kindness to one’s parents was of the best deeds, he also said that disobedience to them was amongst the major sins:

“The greatest sins are to associate partners in worship with Allah, to be undutiful or unkind to one’s parents, to kill a soul forbidden by Allah and to bear false witness.” [Sahîh Bukhârî]

Even after the Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him), the Muslim scholars continued to stress the importance of being dutiful to one’s mother. By examining the conduct and teachings of the early Muslim scholars, one may see how the direct recipients of the Islamic message understood the command to be dutiful to one’s parents. Their behavior towards their parents shows Muslims how one is to implement the teachings of the Prophet on honoring parents.

Abdullah Ibn Abbâs (d. 687CE), a companions of the Prophet and a great scholar of Islam, considered kind treatment of one’s mother to be the best deed for strengthening or rectifying one’s relation with God. He said:

I know of no other deed that brings people closer to Allah than kind treatment and respect towards one’s mother. [Al-Adab al-Mufrad Bukhârî 1/45]

An even more powerful example is found in the statement of another one of the Prophet’s companions, Abdullah Ibn 'Umar (d. 692CE), who was also a great scholar of Islam. It has been related that:

Abdullah Ibn 'Umar saw a Yemeni man performing Tawâf (circumambulating the Ka'bah) while carrying his mother on his back. This man said to Abdullah Ibn 'Umar, “I am like a tame camel for her! I have carried her more than she carried me. Do you think I have paid her back, O Ibn 'Umar?” Abdullah Ibn 'Umar replied, “No, not even one contraction!!” [Al-Adab al-Mufrad Bukhârî 1/62]

SubhânAllah (Glory be to God)! The efforts of a man who carries his mother on his back while performing tawâf cannot even repay his mother for a single contraction that she went through for him. Wise indeed was Ibn 'Umar’s reply to this man to show him how massively indebted he was to his mother. This is the tremendous value and prestigious position of mothers in Islam!

Yet another example is found in the following prophecy of Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him):

There will come to you with reinforcements from Yemen a man called Uways ibn 'Âmir of the clan of Murâd from the tribe of Qaran. He had leprosy but has been cured of it except for a spot the size of a coin. He has a mother and he has always treated her with kindness and respect. If he prays to Allah, Allah will fulfill his wish. If you can ask him to pray for forgiveness for you, then do so. [Sahîh Muslim 16/95]

Indeed, later on 'Umar ibn al-Khattâb met Uways who was exactly as the Prophet described, and upon 'Umar’s request Uways prayed for him. Commenting on this narration, Shaykh Muhammad Ali Al-Hashimî writes:

What a high status Uways reached by virtue of his kindness and respect towards his mother, so that the Prophet recommended his Sahabah [companions] to seek him out and ask him to pray for them!

All of this indicates the high status to which Islam has raised the position of motherhood, and given the mother precedence over the father. At the same time, Islam has given importance to both parents, and has enjoined kindness and respect to both. (Al-Hashimi, The Ideal Muslimah, IIPH 2005, p. 167)

So great was the Islamic emphasis on parents, that the Muslims considered a great opportunity to attain paradise in service to one’s mother. Iyâs Ibn Mu'âwiyah was a famous Islamic scholar from the second generation of Muslims. When his mother died, Iyâs Ibn Mu'âwiyah cried. He was asked, “Why do you cry?” He said, “I used to have two gates open to Paradise, now one of them is closed.”

Zayn al-'Abidîn (d. 713CE) was the great grandson of the Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him) and also a renowned scholar. He used to treat his mother with so much kindness and love as seen in the following narration:

Once he was asked, 'You are the most kind person to his mother, yet we have never seen you eating with her from a single dish.’ He replied, 'I fear that my hand would take the what her eyes have already seen in the dish, and then I would be disobeying her’. [At-Tartushi, Birr al-Wâlidayn]

In other words, he was so careful not to disobey his mother that he would even avoid eating out of the same plate as her; He thought that she would see a morsel and intend to take it, but before she did he might unknowingly take that same morsel and eat it. This is how careful he was to obey his mother in the most minute details.

Another early Islamic scholar, Sa'îd Ibn Al-Musayyib (d. 709CE), was asked about the meaning of the verse “but address them in terms of honor” (17:23). Sa'îd Ibn Al-Musayyib replied:

It means that you should address them as a servant addresses his master.

Muhammad Ibn Sirîn (d. 729CE) used to speak to his mother in a very soft voice, out of respect for her. He was also often seen in the company of his mother and looking after her. (Ibn al-Jawzî, Birr al-Wâlidayn)

All that has preceded shows how the status of mothers - and consequently that of women - is elevated to the highest position in Islam. The honor Islam has given to mothers is beyond that found in any other religion, ideology or culture. This is clear proof of the lofty status of Muslim Women.

Her Father Gave Her The Courage To Speak Out Against ‘Honor Killings’

In the tribal region of Pakistan where Khalida Brohi grew up, girls didn’t typically go to school. Instead, some were forced into marriage at a very young age — and punished by death if they don’t act according to plan.

That’s what happened to Brohi’s 14-year-old cousin, Khadija. Khadija’s family had arranged a marriage for her, but Khadija fell in love with someone else and ran away. Then, Brohi says, “Three men arrived and they took her … to a place where her grave was already dug and she was murdered by my uncle right there.”

Brohi herself would have been betrothed before she was even born had her father not refused to sign the marriage contract. “It saved my life, definitely,” she says of her father’s refusal.

Instead, Brohi became the first girl in her village to go to school. After being exposed to books and ideas — as well as to the suffering of girls and women in her village — Brohi dedicated herself to educating women. She’s launched several nonprofit organizations and speaks out against so-called “honor killings” — in which women are murdered by family members because of a perceived shame. Her new memoir is I Should Have Honor.

Photo by Mark Leibowitz, courtesy of Penguin Random House

ALL IN review

Well, it’s time to go ALL IN on this review

SoCal Uncensored vs The Briscoe Brothers: n/a (SoCal Uncensored wins) 

Didn’t see this, can’t speak.

The Over Budget Battle Royale: n/a (Flip Gordon wins) 

Didn’t see, can’t speak 

Matt Cross vs MJF: 3.5 out of 5 (Cross wins)

Solid opener. Good ringwork and a good pace. 

Christopher Daniels vs Stephen Amell: 4 out of 5 (Daniels wins) 

For what it was, this was a really well told story and I am impressed by the fact that Stephen Amell is serious about being a wrestler. Good for him. He showed guts and Chris Daniels did a great job making him look good. 

Tessa Blanchard vs Madison Rayne vs Dr. Britt Baker vs Chelsea Green: 3.5 out of 5 (Blanchard wins) 

A fun fatal four way. Not much in terms of stakes, but everyone looked great and they did some neat spots. 

Nick Aldis vs Cody Rhodes for the NWA World Heavyweight Championship: 4 out of 5 (Cody wins) 

Why the fuck was this shoved in the middle of the goddamn show? THIS WAS THE MATCH YOU WERE SELLING THIS THING ON, YOU PRESENTED IT AS BEING A BIG DEAL, IT SHOULD HEADLINE THE SHOW! But it was really good match nonetheless. Good story, good ringwork, good pace, etc. They made that title mean something and, while it was a little self indulgent, Cody winning was quite a moment 

Hangman Page vs Joey Janela in a Chicago Street Fight: 4 out of 5 (Page wins) 

What the fuck even was this match? It was a blast, don’t get me wrong, and there were some amazing spots and everyone looked great, but what even was the story going into this? Hangman Page is a serial killer? Joey Ryan can summon dick druids? Fucking what? 

Jay Lethal vs Flip Gordon for the ROH World Title: 4 out of 5 (Lethal wins) 

The stuff with Jay Lethal having this split personality was quite entertaining, and Flip Gordin hulking up was funny. This was a damn good title match, I enjoyed myself. 

Kenny Omega vs Pentagon Jr: 4.5 out of 5 (Omega wins) 

PentaGod does it again, with a little help from the Cleaner. What a great match. Great pace, great ring work, hype atmosphere, etc. The ending was kind of hokey, but Jericho coming out after the match and shilling his cruise was a good way to cap it off. 

Kazuchika Okada vs Marty Scurll: 3.5 out of 5 (Okada wins) 

I would like this match more if it weren’t so goddamn long. This needed to be much leaner. But it was good stuff nonetheless. Okada did good making Scurll look legit. 

The Golden Elite vs Rey Mysterio, Fenix, and Bandido: 3 out of 5 (Golden Elite win) 

Hey guys, what’s the most limped dick way to end a PPV? Oh right, end it with a nothing six man tag! Great stuff…kill me. It was a good match, but which moron decided this should be the main event over Aldis and Rhodes? Seriously? 

ALL IN overall score: 3.5 out of 5

Props to Cody and the Bucks for trying. The card was ordered poorly, and some of the matches weren’t all that amazing, but they put on a decent show, and showed that independent wrestling can do big shows like WWE can. Despite the quality, it will be remembered. 

I’ll say it once, I’ll say it again. Heck I’ll say it a million times. Matt Riddle owns my heart.

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Preview/Start of my ALL IN trading card set.
And the FIRST TIME I’ve done BACKS of cards as well.

The largest independently promoted show in HISTORY. The event came about from a tweet Dave Meltzer responded to from a follower asking, would a non WWE promoted event, sell out 10,000 seats. Cody took the bet, and it sold out in less than 5 Minutes. Co-promoted by Cody and The Young Bucks (Matt & Nick Jackson), it is set to take place at the Sears Centre, in Chicago Illinois on 9/1/2018