The Future Of Bitcoin – In Brick Lane

December 4, 2013


Around six months ago it would have been hard to imagine Bitcoin at $100, much less $1000. But thanks to bank bailouts in Cyprus, civil unrest worldwide and waning trust in depreciating currencies, the people and the markets have reacted accordingly – in March of this year the price of BTC to the dollar jumped to $50, […]

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Approaching 30 – a time to reflect, rather than forget

October 26, 2013


In a little more than three months time, I shall be reaching a point in my life where it’ll all be downhill. Where it’ll be all about mortgages, family planning, joint accounts and ISA’s. Nights of gigging on a daily basis will be told as though it be folklore from days of yore. But then, […]

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Money Can Buy Everything Except Spiritual Enlightenment

December 26, 2012


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Boxing Day may as well be symbolized by a ringing till and hoards of queues with the odd pitched tent if what the mainstream media has you believe. The excitement of people practically falling over one another to get a cardigan they didn’t need to begin with is a fascinating one. What is it with […]

An interview with an Anti-Zionist Rabbi in London

December 14, 2012


Neturei Karta at Nakbah demo

Long time no blog. Where have I been? Oh, just doing some stuff. In any case, there’s a few special treats to end the year with, including the video above with Rabbi Jacob Weiss of human rights organisation, Rabbis for Palestine. It took place in mid-November during Israel’s invasion of Gaza, with a large congragation […]

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Rachel Corrie further dents Israel’s losing battle of public opinion

August 28, 2012



If the outcome of the case of Rachel Corrie wasn’t enough to convince that anything said and accused of Israel was something easily brushed off, then it’s the latest of a series of whitewashes that the Knesset and supreme court are responsible for. The American activist was run over by a bulldozer demolishing a Palestinian […]

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Has Eid become materialistic?

August 28, 2012


It wouldn't be Eid without it.

  I remember the first Eid gifts I received when I was eight. It was the one thing I’d wanted so bad – a Casio watch! They were in a Snoopy and Peanuts goodie bag that me and my younger brother received when we were little. Inside, our mum was creative – there’d be an […]

An open letter to Britons and London 2012

August 14, 2012



Dear fellow countrymen, Well done. Kudos to every single one of you. I knew we had it in us to be united as a proper United Kingdom for the first time pretty much since, well – ever and get behind the Olympics, Team GB and the sense of occasion of being involved in something so […]

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