A Farewell and Edhi


17 Responses to “A Farewell and Edhi”

  1. Flaminica says:

    Sorry to lose you. You’ve been by far the most interesting guest blogger in the last year. Thank you for sharing a genuinely fresh viewpoint.

  2. Richard says:

    While I certainly would like to see more of your insightful blogging,

    I rather doubt I’ll tag along over to twtr & fcbk.

    So please come back from time to time, and make a little noise about what interests and holds your attention.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Awesome having you here, it was great reading your stuff!

  4. Xopher says:

    I wish you could blog here permanently. You’ve opened a lot of eyes, including mine, to things we might never have thought about.

    Best wishes in all your endeavors!

  5. holtt says:

    Beautiful Aramco World cover. I began seeing and reading it in the 70′s, when my father started receiving it.

  6. mindysan33 says:

    Thanks for guesting! It’s been great!!! I think most of us have enjoyed it!

  7. Santa's Knee says:


    Thank you for your time and efforts.

    May Allah bless you and grant you peace all the rest of your life.


  8. Anonymous says:

    Thank you for bringing your perspective and awesome posts to boinboing! Enjoyed your posts and the discussions. Best to you!

  9. Anonymous says:

    Please come back from time to time, or permanently! It was cool having someone with a BB-like offbeat worldview but from such a different cultural background (I am probably not saying that quite right, identity politics and labels and such…).

    I learned a bunch from reading your posts, and that is a good thing. Thanks!

  10. Tzctlp says:

    I have little to agree about with Islam, but it has been very informative and refreshing to see how a modern Muslim sees the world.

    Maybe that has moved us just a little bit towards better understanding, the road is long but must be travelled.

    The real task for decent Muslims is to fight the corrosive influence of fanatics, writing about Muslims that understand that what matters is the human being is something to be applauded.

    Good luck.

  11. Xeni Jardin says:

    Much gratitude, Aman and Bassam. A beautiful post. My best wishes to both of you.

  12. pato pal ur says:

    Thanks for guest blogging! It was a pretty eye-opening experience looking at Muslim culture through your perspective. Good luck with future endeavors.

  13. RehanT says:

    awesome job!! I is proud of you.

  14. k1p says:

    Thanks guys!

  15. cinemajay says:

    Thanks for your posts, most illuminating!

  16. Vinayak says:

    Best of luck for the project!

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