You may see me as another “White” expressing an opinion, I don’t see myself as white. Didn’t grow up in a culture measuring peoples’ worth based on #skin color. In #Persian #culture, everyone is Persian regardless of color! As a #Muslim, understanding #discrimination far better you can possibly fathom so I speak of experience not giving just another #opinion.
Who will cry for this little boy, who is all alone, hurt, forgotten by our world.
Who will cry for this little boy, a good little boy he is, hurt but man enough stoping flew of his tears falling down as he knows soon he will be forgotten no matter what.
Who will cry for this little boy, a good little boy from #Aleppo #Syria who sat in ambulance, cleaning blood from his face, quietly thinking. “Who will give me a life other than what I have seen for the past five years of my short life?”
Other very warped people see him as a huge threat set on devouring their freedom.
Obvious which of the two groups threaten western civilisation.
I challenge anyone from #USGovernment to show me one such example of love toward American people in any of the Arab countries of Persian Gulf the #USGovernmen refers to them as friends? Show me love and respect #arab nations of #Persian Gulf showcase on the streets of their cities without getting paid for their generosity and hospitality in help from US Gov then I rest my case!
Iran is truly the only country in #MiddleEast that US doesn’t have to pay its citizens or its government for people of its nation to love America or Americans.
Alas if US Government could understood that!
Ghazal Omid is an award-winning author, commentator, lecturer, and religious scholar. Born and raised in Iran of Kurdish-Persian ancestry, Omid is a Canadian citizen and a U.S legal permanent resident. Drawing from her diverse heritage, Omid has dedicated her life to finding common ground between people of all faiths and backgrounds. A leading commentator on cultural and religious affairs, Omid has published an award-winning memoir, Living In Hell, and has provided hundreds of radio interviews and television appearances, including appearances on leading cable news networks such as Fox News, MSNBC, CNN, and CSPAN. In addition, Omid has consulted for members of the United States Senate and House of Representatives on matters pertaining to Iran, human rights, and the peaceful integration of Islam into American society.
Omid is the founder and executive director of Iran & Its Future.org, a 501c3 non-profit organization dedicated to promoting intercultural exchange and understanding. Through a variety of arts and education programs, Iran & Its Future.org has distinguished itself as a vital bridge between the Muslim and western world. Under Omid’s stewardship, Iran & Its Future.org has spearheaded a number of groundbreaking cross-cultural initiatives, such as founding an online Iranian and Persian art museum, establishing a dental exchange program, and sponsoring a performance and concert series featuring some of the Iran’s most compelling artists and musicians. In working closely with a wide range of NGOs, individual philanthropists, international organizations and governments, Iran & Its Future.org has been an instrumental force for correcting misrepresentations and misconceptions about the Iranian people while heralding the rich legacy of Persian artistic and democratic achievements.
- Georgetown University2012
- Kwantlen Polytechnic UniversityPsychology, 1992 - 1994
- Compu college of CanadaComputer, 1990 - 1991
- Islamic Azad UniversityFrench Lit, 1989 - 1993
- Amazon.comMr. Nightingale, 2013 - presentA beautifully illustrated children book showcasing Iranian culture and its customs focusing on a little girl and its love for its pet bird, she called Mr. Nightingale. This book is translated to Arabic, French, German, Italian, Japanese Spanish, Russian, Farsi and Hebrew. Each book has a companion coloring book for curious children who love sketch and paint the same illustrations they see and admire in the book. https://www.kirkusreviews.com/book-reviews/ghazal-omid/mr-nightingale/
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