Religious profiling.I am disappointed that The Advocate would publish an article that so roundly round·ly
1. In the form of a circle or sphere.
2. With full force or vigor; thoroughly: applauded roundly; was roundly criticized. condemns my religion, Islam. In the column "A Minority Within a Minority" [My Perspective, December 7], Mohammed Itani ends his story by saying that in the greater Islamic world there is a chance gay men could be shot dead, adding that Islamic culture is intolerant in·tol·er·ant
Not tolerant, especially:
a. Unwilling to tolerate differences in opinions, practices, or beliefs, especially religious beliefs.
b. . What he refers to is Arab culture--his own. Arabs do not have exclusive fights to Islam any more than the English have exclusivity to Anglicanism. Itani has obviously not traveled very widely; otherwise, he would know that my own country, Malaysia, is essentially Muslim (60% of the population), as are Indonesia, Brunei, and parts of the Philippines. These are hardly intolerant cultures. It is tiresome enough when the Western media associate Islam with Arabs but worse when an Arab unwittingly makes the same mistake. I would suggest that Itani travel to other Muslim nations before tarring Tarring can refer to one of the following:
water brash heartburn with regurgitation of sour fluid or almost tasteless saliva into the mouth. .
Iqbal Abdul Rahim Abdul Rahim (also transliterated Abdur Rahim, `Abd ar-Rahiem, and other ways) is an Arabic theophoric name meaning "Servant of the Merciful". This name may refer to: