Condolences to Queen Elizabeth 2 from British Muslim
Condolences to the Queen Today I woke up to hear the sad news of the passing of the British Monarch Queen Elizabeth ii. She had just celebrated her golden jubilee and was the longest reining monarch with over seventy years on the throne. I grew up in her city, London, and had never known it without her. I actually admired the celebrations and events she organised for people and made the palace and nearby places active and attractive places to visit. Never a dull moment with the changing of the guards daily and various events. She did take great care to keep things going and kept us engaged with various things despite her age. It was as if she was like our grandmother taking care of the people. The Queen was not racist, bigoted or one for hating people. I had often witnessed guests coming from places such as Nigeria, riding to the palace in a special carriage. From what I saw and know of her treatment of people, she was equal and fair. Yet she was accused and abused but never accused or abused others herself. She suffered stresses, setbacks and losses like all other humans, yet it did not make her bitter or harsh or prevent her from looking after the country. Loosing her husband must have been very hard for her, and after that the distancing if her son in law Harry along with the false accusations towards her from his wife Meghan. There are many people who have unjustly attacked her and the monarchy and even have accused her of somehow planning the death of Diana because of her engagement to an Arab man. There are no evidence for such claims and it does not fit with what we know about the Queen as one for the people demonstrating justice and equality. I say this as a British Muslim because I felt safe living under the monarch who treated people equally and fairly. The Quran tells us that Allah does not forbid you from dealing justly with those who do not fight you in your religion. Another verse says that the closest in love to the believers are those who say they are Christians...so I give these condolences in fairness. My British passport has the seal from the Queen asking for my protection wherever I may go. I now feel sad to look at that. It is a shame that we do not often notice the good things in people or what they do for us until it is too late. It is also sad that even the Queen seemed to suffer from bullying, age related prejudice and false accusations. This is a sad reminder of the darker side of humanity. We had expected her to live to be over a hundred as her mother yet it seems that her life may have been cut short. It is sad reminder of the abuse of the elderly and that some people can be seriously lacking empathy. She was a grandmother and like a grandmother to us and it is hard to imagine the country now without her. No more speeches at Christmas, or jubilee celebrations or knighting people. So I hope to give my condolences to the Queen and family, to Prince William and Kate who we know so well it’s like we grew up knowing them. We knew their lives so well. Goodbye to the Queen but her memory and affect of course will no go forgotten. We can remember her as a wide hearted, equal and fair monarch who did not treat people unjustly and who always tried to persevere and give her best even when the goings got tough.
My Experience And Insights Beginning In The Stock Market
I had the idea of investing after reading on the internet that it can be a good way to grow your money. On YouTube, it seems that at least one person claims to have become a millionaire by putting their money into the stock market, buying shares and letting their money grow. There are also people who claim to have taken early retirement – as young as thirty-five or even while still in their twenties – because of building up a portfolio of stocks and shares that have regular dividends. When the dividends are high enough and they have a good selection coming in at different times they claim to be able to live off of them and give up their work.
The Need For Gentleness
The In the world we live in, there is a lot of aggression and violence. We read about wars, fighting, shootings and various murders. It seems apparent that something is underlying all of these atrocities and it is the acceptance of violence and aggression as a way to deal with life’s problems.
Letter To My Mother
Dear Mother, There are many things you may not know about me, even still. I remember a few years ago you said you were surprised by something that I had done and were “getting to know me better.” It is strange that people can be close relatives from the same family and be very different or even not entirely know each other.
The Queen Will Not Stand Down
Queen Elizabeth ll of England, United Kingdom is said to be the longest reigning monarch. She has been on the throne since was twenty-five years old and inherited after the death of her father and has recently celebrated her ninety-sixth birthday. Britain also recently celebrated her golden jubilee and for being on the throne for seventy-six years becoming the longest reigning monarch.
The Issue Of Using Guns And Bombs
I keep reading in various places about shootings in Texas and perhaps in other places too and at the same time we are reading about the atrocities happening in Ukraine and the fact that Russia is using some forms of fire arms and bombs that have been declared forbidden in international humanitarian law. Without being in such places and without seeing anything, our inboxes are taken up with reports, arguments, information and newspapers are covered with sad faces and women and children crying.
Monkeypox: A New Epidemic?
A new epidemic is on the horizon. This time it is not bats but monkeys. As Europe and various countries have successfully reduced the amount of coronavirus infection cases, new viruses and illnesses are still emerging. It is not clear where such illnesses are coming from. Are these viruses naturally occurring from the animal world or are they the products of scientists in the laboratory? If they are, what is the purpose? Knowing where illnesses come from and how they appeared originally is probably a step in the direction of preventing their spread. There have been so many viruses and contagious diseases in Europe during recent years and each seems to be named after an animal. After pig flu, bird flu, and a virus said to be from bats it is now time for another animal flu to infect humans. Monkeypox cases have recently been showing in various places in Europe. According to the chair of a World Health Organisation expert Dr. David Heymann, this illness represents “a random event” that may have begun amongst the make gay and bisexual community at two raves in Spain and Belgium. The disease is said to be related to smallpox and was previously only seen amongst people with links to central and West Africa. This demonstrates that it probably a naturally occurring virus and if it is related to smallpox the treatment may be similar. There are suggestions for a vaccine to be used.
Marriage Between Older Men And Younger Women
The case of Johnny Depp and Amber Heard seems to have become world news and it is very difficult not to follow the case of have some sort of opinion or boss towards one of the two or even some sort of opinion relating to both. I did try not to pay much attention to the case yet each and every time I happen to read the news or open YouTube this case is commented on and video clippings of the court case are shown to the world.
Men As Victims: Insights From The Johnny Depp Case
Following the case of Johnny Depp and Amber Heard is interesting because it highlights some of the social issues that are present in society. It also demonstrates attitudes toward men and women as well as victims and perpetrators. Probably one of the main issues that the case has highlighted is the fact that a woman is not necessarily always the victim of domestic violence. In fact, women can carry out domestic violence and men can be on the receiving end. Although the case has not been resolved as yet, from what I have seen and been following the case it becomes apparent that what began as the typical woman experiencing domestic violence from a man's case towards being turned around and bringing the claim of domestic violence back to Amber herself.