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Y'a des jurisprudence sympa dans l'islam :
"One of the common ways to ‘sell girls’ for temporary marriages is through ‘marriage brokers’. Marriage brokers take girls as young as 11 from underprivileged Egyptian villages to wealthy Arab visitors. A one day ‘pleasure marriage’ can be arranged for as little as EGP 800 ($US 100). The sum is then split between the child’s parents and the marriage broker."
Fifteen percent of all marriages in Egypt are child marriages, announced Egypt’s Minister of Population Hala Youssef on Thursday. Despite Egypt changing the legal age of marriage to 18 in 2008, child marriage continues across the country and particularly in underprivileged areas, said Youssef. According to a study published by the National Council for Women […]
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Aucune société n'est à l'abri de ce fléau, toutefois, il est moralement plus juste de faire la différence entre celles où c'est légalement condamnable (possibilité de recours des victimes), et celles où ces pratiques sont justifiées, que ce soit par tradition ou jurisprudence religieuse..
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Ben c'est pas brillant pour les soit-disant pays riches... 
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I know from years of being on the web that people don't like looking at albums of photos, but I'm hoping because you're creative, you will enjoy looking at this Unesco Heritage Site in Ghadames, Libya.  This is the Old Town in Ghadames and comprises both the interiors and the exteriors.  The city is known as The Pearl of the Desert  because of its white walls. It's supposed to date back to Paleolithic times although, of course, these homes were built quite a while since then. I gather its an oasis in the Sahara Desert and that's why it's been inhabited for so long. 

The design style is Berber. This comprises patterns encompassing triangles, the sun, palm trees, the human hand, diamond shapes, the moon, the eye and a cross. They use a lot of mirrors, brass, copper, and, of course have loads of Berber rugs! :)
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De très beaux décors !
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Ça doit être terrible, avec les éléphants. :)
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"We think that more people will be a little bit happier and find a job anyway."
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The two million unique bacterial genes found in each human microbiome can make the 23,000 genes in our cells seem paltry, almost negligible, by comparison. ‘‘It has enormous implications for the sense of self,’’ Tom Insel, the director of the National Institute of Mental Health, told me. ‘‘We are, at least from the standpoint of DNA, more microbial than human. That’s a phenomenal insight and one that we have to take seriously when we think about human development.’’
The rich array of microbiota in our intestines can tell us more than you might think.
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+A. Randomjack Heureusement! ;-)
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"Today, technology cries out for robust criticism. As Toynbee recognised, scientific principles and technical innovations might help us build a better railway, a faster locomotive – but they aren’t very good at telling us who can buy tickets, what direction we should lay the track, or whether we should be taking the train at all. ‘Man,’ he wrote in Civilisation on Trial (1948), ‘cannot live by technology alone.’ Humanists have a professional responsibility to challenge public faith in scientific progress and technological whizzbangery, to question how the future is to be conducted and to whose benefit. It’s our job to make sure that the machine doesn’t run away with the pilot."
As the dreams of Silicon Valley fill our world, could the dowdy historian Arnold Toynbee help prevent a nightmare?
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Browne is surprising as he begins to tackle this “vulgar error”. “There may be many Unicorns,” he writes. It is soon clear that he means the word unicorn in its literal sense – a unique horn – and includes the rhinoceros and even the narwhal – the “sea-unicorn” – in his reckoning. He is more doubtful about the emblematic white creature with the horse’s body and goat’s tail, whose horn projects from its head, as he notes, at an angle that would make it impossible for it to graze.
Hugh Aldersey-Williams takes a tour through Thomas Browne's Pseudodoxia Epidemica, a work which sees one of the 17th-century's greatest writers stylishly debunk all manner of myths, in particular those relating to the world of animals.
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En effet, elle ne pourrait pas se nourrir... mais le merveilleux se passe de logique et les êtres magiques de nourritures terrestres ;)
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The most prevalent flat maps make Africa appear much smaller than it is
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