First gay marriage in Egypt. مراسم زواج شابين مثليين في مصر

First gay marriage in Egypt? Video for a wedding celebration for a gay couple on a Nile boat! They even had a cake!and exchanged wedding rings

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A young gay wedding ceremony, on a boat on the Nile River in Cairo, a lot of controversy, especially that of the Islamic religion and the Egyptian law which prohibit homosexuality and is punishable by jail terms.
A video clip showing what they said was a young gay wedding ceremony on Boat of the Nile River. And appears in the video clip the features of young couple exchanged congratulations and wedding rings, while the louder sounds of joy to the tune of a popular Egyptian wedding song .”
The promoters of the video that was filmed on a tourist boat in Cairo, but you can not be sure of the identity of persons, or the nature of the event, especially in light of the case of narrow-mindedness experienced by homosexuals in Egypt, for fear of identifying them, and being abused, especially by Islamists and The Egyptian law which prohibit homosexuality.

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Jill Shargaa: Please, please, people. Let’s put the ‘awe’ back in ‘awesome’

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Jill Shargaa is a woman of multiple talents. A seasoned comedian, she founded the all-female comedy revue, Evening of Estrogen. She is also an illustrator and designer who brings a pulp sensibility to her work.

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Which of the following is awesome: your lunch or the Great Pyramid of Giza? Comedian Jill Shargaa sounds a hilarious call for us to save the word “awesome” for things that truly inspire awe.

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Jill Shargaa’s comedy career took off in 1979, when she sold a one-liner to Joan Rivers for $9. She’s been making audiences laugh ever since, first as a member of the sketch comedy troupe The Funny Farm in Orlando, Florida, next on the ABC television show America’s Funniest People (she came in third), and now with her all-female comedy revue, Evening of Estrogen.

Jill is also the founder of Shargaa Illustration and Design, and has done work for Universal Studios Creative Resources and Walt Disney Imagineering. Half illustrator and half designer, she favors concepts that, go figure, raise a chuckle.

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Isis Slaughters a Kurdish Soldier and threatens Barzani and Obama

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3 gunmen wearing black uniforms standing in front of a mosque with another man wearing a uniform of orange on his knees, and the face of one of the gunmen message to the President of the United States warns him in the case of whether continued American attacks on strongholds of the organization, and the other to the President of the Kurdistan region, Massoud Barzani, who invited him to watch the fate of the one of his forces and soldiers who have been slaughtered by the end of the last message.
This comes after the widening circle of the current turmoil in Iraq and Syria, which spread to affect the Kurds and the Arabs of Iraq and parts of Syria and Lebanon summoned the intervention of the United States air strikes to organize all the sites of Iraq and Syria.

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This Is How You Have to Ship Bugatti’s $3M Supercar

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When you drop $3 million on a special-edition Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse, you want everything to be perfect. That’s why, before it leaves the factory, Bugatti wraps the car more carefully than royal nurses swaddle the future King George.

This Vitesse, complete with a custom (and questionable) paint job, was delivered to an unnamed buyer at Symbolic Motor Car Company in San Diego. Spencer Berke, an employee at the dealership, photographed the whole unloading process, which took more than two hours from start to finish.

Nearly the entire car is carefully wrapped for protection against scratches, with holes left open for ventilation at the front and exhaust at the rear, and a more translucent covering over the windshield. Only the driver’s door is left uncovered, so the car can be driven on and off a truck during shipping. Each spoke on the rims is individually wrapped with cloth and zip ties. A special mount to store the car’s removable hard top in a garage is included in a separate box. The cars, built in Molsheim, in eastern France, are generally shipped by boat, but impatient customers can have them air mailed for an extra fee.
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With 1,200 horsepower, a top-speed of 255 mph, and a 0-60 time of less than 2.6 seconds, the Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse is fantastic machine, and Bugatti and its dealers do everything they can to keep it that way en route from the factory to the owner’s garage.
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Once it’s unwrapped, the dealership spends up to 12 hours inspecting every detail, down to the finish, battery, fluids, and wiring. “If you’re going to ship a $3 million car, you want to make sure that it arrives intact and in a presentable condition,” says Rick Ahumada, sales manager at Symbolic. “Every car is special ordered to the client’s requests and tastes. It’s what you would expect of a $3 million car.”

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Lev Tahor

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Lev Tahor (Hebrew: לב טהור‎ – pure heart) is an ultra-Orthodox Jewish group headed by Shlomo Helbrans (born Erez Shlomo Elbarnes), formerly located in Chatham-Kent, Ontario, now relocated to Guatemala. Their basic requirement is ongoing, dedicated worship and service of God. They pray for long periods and adhere to strict rules in kashrut (diet), education, marriage, and manner of dress.
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The group was formed in the 1980s by Shlomo Helbrans, an Israeli citizen. Helbrans moved to the United States in the early 1990s and settled in Williamsburg, an ultra-orthodox enclave of Brooklyn.
While living in Brooklyn, Helbrans was convicted and served time in prison for kidnapping a boy. The boy had been sent to study with him in preparation for his Bar Mitzva but he persuaded the boy to reject his family and become intensely religious. Helbrans was released after serving two years. He then ran a yeshiva in Monsey, NY and was eventually deported back to Israel. Soon afterwards he moved to Canada.
The group settled in Sainte-Agathe-des-Monts, Quebec, but in November 2013, all members of the group left Quebec for Chatham-Kent, southwest Ontario. Quebec authorities have been taking steps to prevent the 127 children from leaving Canada.
On March 5, 2014, nine members of the group, including six children, left for Trinidad and Tobago in an attempt to flee to Guatemala. They were returned to Canada days later. The six children were taken into foster care, four of them were later returned to the group, while the hearing for the other two children is scheduled for May 27, 2014.

Terminology and practices
According to Ontario Superior Court Judge Lynda Templeton, “The religious beliefs of the Lev Tahor include but are not limited to (a) a rejection of the concept of Zionism; (b) a belief that God is present in everything and controls everything; (c) a rejection of Darwinism because it is based on a concept of randomness and mutation that suggests a lack of direction by a higher power; and (d) an acceptance of science generally but an interpretation of scientific principles that accords with their religious beliefs.”
An unidentified man believed to be a member of the Lev Tahor sect from Canada is seen walking with an empty stroller in the village streets in San Juan La Laguna, Guatemala
The main requirement is ongoing, dedicated, worship and service to God. The community claims the way they live is within the boundaries of the Halacha and Jewish tradition. They assert that their lifestyle is not new or different.
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According to Judge Templeton, the traditional way of life of members of the Lev Tahor community is not “merely a matter of personal preference, but one of deep religious conviction, shared by an organized group, and intimately related to daily living. … Religion is not simply a matter of theocratic belief but pervades and determines their entire way of life regulating it with detail through strictly enforced rules of the community. … The adoption and practice of the Torah to the extent perceived by members of Lev Tahor as desirable or necessary in their daily lives include the type of clothing to be worn at all times; their food preparation and consumption; their language; their moral and social conduct; and, their education. All members of Lev Tahor, regardless of age or gender, adhere to the practices and tenets of their faith-based beliefs.”
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An unidentified man believed to be a member of the Lev Tahor sect from Canada is seen walking the village streets in San Juan La Laguna, Guatemala
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Many of the community’s customs are also practiced by other Hasidim, but far less stringently. In the Lev Tahor community, prayers are twice as long as the norm and they pronounce each word loudly, slowly, and with great emphasis. They have a strict diet that is based on the familiar laws of kashrut. However, their interpretation of these laws is much more strict, limiting certain foods that their Haredi peers allow. Most of their food, including their bread and wine, are therefore home-made.
Lev Tahor group believe that the state of Israel, as it now exists, has no spiritual validity. Within that context, the group was labeled the “Jewish Taliban” by the Israeli press. The label originated within the Israeli media and was later adopted by Canadian newspapers and broadcasters, giving rise to reservations and rumors both locally and provincially.
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Members of Lev Tahor in Chatham, Ont
Helbrans may have used false evidence to obtain refugee status, paying the kidnapped boy to testify on his behalf.
In an interview with Blackburn Radio on March 31, 2014, MP for Chatham-Kent-Essex, Dave Van Kesteren described the Lev Tahor saga as a “political issue”. He added that the issue has been brought up within the Southwest Ontario Caucus, but noted those talks are confidential.
Child protection investigation

In 2011, the Lev Tahor group came into conflict with the local school board with respect to the education of their children. The school board took issue with the fact that the children of the group had not been registered in the local schools, and the children were not educated in accordance with the curriculum required by Quebec law. The group unsuccessfully attempted to work with the school board to resolve their concerns. in April 2013, the leaders of the Lev Tahor community developed a contingency plan in the event that the authorities would initiate action and seek to apprehend the children.
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Lev Tahor Children
August 6, 2013 is the day the community calls “the raid”. On that day, twenty one child services workers began knocking on doors. According to Denis Baraby, director of youth protection services in the area, they discovered some houses that were dirty, had 4-5 children sleeping in one bedroom, some mattresses soaked in urine, and children with fungus on their feet. They began weekly visits.
On November 18, 2013, every family of Lev Tahor with children under eighteen moved from Sainte-Agathe-des-Monts to Chatham, in Ontario, while the department of protection of youth in Quebec is investigating alleged mistreatments. Leaders of Lev Tahor categorically denied the allegations.
Wednesday, November 27, 2013, a Quebec court ruled that fourteen children of the group must be placed in foster homes. Arrangements were made for the children to be placed in Yiddish-speaking foster homes.

Monday, February 3, 2014, an Ontarian judge decide to upheld the order of Quebec court to remove thirteen children from the religious group Lev Tahor, but give them thirty days to appeal the decision.
On Friday, February 21, 2014, a Quebec court ruled the group did not have the right to appeal the previous ruling of Quebec court, because they failed to file the appeal within a thirty-day period. In March 2014, the Canadian authorities sought to remove all 127 children from the care of the Lev Tahor members.
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Six children believed to be members of the Lev Tahor sect from Canada are seen taking cover from the impending rain in San Juan La Laguna, Guatemala.

On March 3, 2014, about fifteen members of the group took a flight to Guatemala. A group of nine people was intercepted at Trinidad and Tobago. A day later, on March 4, 2014, at least two adults and six children from the group arrived in Guatemala. On Thursday, March 6, 2014, an Ontarian judge ordered that the fourteen children of the two families that fled be placed in foster homes in Ontario, while they wait for the appeal to be heard in court. Two days later, on March 8, 2014, six children of Lev Tahor from two families, their parents and another adult were repatriated in Canada, after fleeing to Trinidad and Tobago.

On March 9, 2014, a mother, not of age, with part of her family, tried to flee to Guatemala. She was arrested in [Calgary] and brought back to Ontario with her baby. On Friday, March 14, 2014, three adults and six children that fled to Guatemala appeared before a judge in Panajachel. The judge decided to leave the children with their family.
On March 17, 2014, a judge in Guatemala ruled that six children who had fled would be allowed to remain in Guatemala, provided that they check in with the Canadian embassy within three days. This requirement was later overturned on appeal on March 26, allowing the group to stay without conditions for up to three months.
On April 2, 2014, seven Lev Tahor members were arrested in a raid performed by Canadian border security. Three of those members were ordered to be deported to their native Israel, but given the option to appeal and apply for a stay during the appeal process.
On April 27, 2014, the young mother was reunited with her baby in foster care. Ten days later, on May 7, 2014, four other children were reunited with their parents.
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A community of 230 Orthodox Jews from several countries, reportedly belonging to the Lev Tahor sect, began leaving the Guatemalan Indian village where they have lived for six years on Thursday after claims and counterclaims of discrimination and threats.
• Global News TV has run a documentary on Lev Tahor, Feb 28, 2014.
• The TV programs 16 x 9 and The Fifth Estate have each covered hourlong documentaries on Lev Tahor, exposing their existence and way of life to the public.
• Mishpacha magazine has run a 15-page cover story on Lev Tahor.
• Ami magazine ran on its Passover 2014 edition a 32-page cover story on Lev Tahor.
Community response to media
Helbrans and the community say that all media coverage about them was unfair, and that reporters (both secular and religious newspapers) are quoting rumors and derogatory statements about them rather than attempting to learn the truth.
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This Might Be Jon Stewart’s Best Rant Ever. Because Ferguson.

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7 Inspiring Lessons from 2014′s Top Content Marketers

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Content-marketer-awards-2014One of the best ways to learn about the content marketing industry is to study what others are doing. Over the past three years, it’s been our pleasure to observe the field and, more specifically, identify those who are making us think about successful content marketing in new ways.

Today we are excited to announce the finalists for the Content Marketer of the Year, each having already received the following recognition in their individual categories:

Visual Content: Brad Walters, Director of Social Media and Emerging Platforms, Lowe’s Home Improvement
Content Strategy: Bryan Rhoads, Executive Editor, Intel Digital Media Labs
Customer Engagement: Jesse Desjardins, Social Media & Advocacy Manager, Tourism Australia
Storytelling: Renee Richardson, Global Brand Marketing Head, Caterpillar
Omnichannel: Susan Helstab,Executive VP of Marketing, Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts
Marketing with a Purpose: Karen Girty, Senior Director of Marketing and Media, New York City Ballet
While we’re always happy to celebrate those who are truly advancing the practice of content marketing, it’s even more important to understand what they are doing well — so we can apply these lessons to our own programs.

But before we dive into the key takeaways from our award recipients, take a look at the work they produced over the past year that inspired us:

Marketers With A Story – Content Marketing Awards – Content Marketer of the Year from Content Marketing Institute

1. Look for new ways to collaborate with influencers

Lowe’s recruited top designers and mom bloggers to take over its Instagram account for a few days at a time. Popular design personalities, like Grace Bonney from DesignSponge, post inspirational images and, in doing so, introduce their fan base to Lowe’s. It’s a brilliant idea from the amazingly talented social media team at the company, led by Brad Walters, Director of Social Media and Emerging Platforms.

2. Don’t be afraid to experiment with a new channel

The #lowesfixinsix series on Vine (6-second videos of easy DIY tips) received much-deserved attention this year for “getting” how to do content marketing on the platform at a time when many of us were still scratching our heads.
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In addition, Four Seasons’ Pin.Pack.Go program on Pinterest (an industry first) invited guests to co-curate a custom travel itinerary via a Pinterest board with the Four Seasons hotel or resort of their choice.
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3. To tell good stories, consider a classic archetype

“Marketing has traditionally focused on look, feel, and messaging,” said Bryan Rhoads, Executive Editor at Intel Digital Media Labs. “We believe having a consistent narrative is another critical, connective tissue marketers must consider. We’re going back and looking at classic storytelling and how and why certain narratives and story archetypes work”

Rhoads believes that by teasing out storylines — and, in particular, archetypal narratives such as the hero’s journey –- companies like Intel can create much more moving and memorable content for their audiences. Rhoads certainly wins our vote for his passion in pursuing innovation at the intersection of media, brand, and technology.

For instance, Rhoads manages the partnership with VICE Media that produced the award-winning The Creators Project. A long-time favorite of ours at CMI, Creators Project captures the most beautiful examples of art and innovation made possible through technology.
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4. Make your customers the heroes

Tourism Australia manages to expertly handle the 900 fan photos it can receive per day on its Facebook and Instagram accounts — a credit to the efforts of Social Media & Advocacy Manager Jesse Desjardins. It outperforms every other tourism board in the world, and does so based on two primary ingredients: user-generated content and community co-creation. Said Desjardins, “We aim to make our audience the hero. Consumers take us places much faster than we can go on our own.”
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5. Even “ho-hum” industries can have fun with content marketing

Who says B2B has to be boring? Caterpillar surprised many this year with its bold Built for It campaign. The first video featured the company’s massive earth-moving equipment, positioning 600-pound blocks into a giant game of Jenga — and earning over 2 million views.
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Renee Richardson, the company’s Global Brand Marketing Head, described the new campaign as an important step for a historically risk-averse brand. In an interview with Fast Company she explained, “We wanted to be more brand promoters than brand police. Instead of focusing primarily on enforcing compliance on brand and identity standards, we wanted to facilitate more consumer interaction and use it to contribute to the growth of the brand. The second and third in the series — Gravity and China Shop, are also proving to be blockbusters.”

6. Your branding can speak to employees, as well as customers

Not only was Caterpillar’s Built for It great for prospects, but it had the added benefit of inspiring employees, as well. Richardson explained: “I was surprised how the videos tapped into our employees’ allegiance to the brand. Employees sent the video out through social media, and to their family and friends. I think it brought a new, revitalized sense of pride in who we are.”

7. Consider artistic collaborations

Karen Girty, Senior Director of Marketing and Media, New York City Ballet, led the launch of the troupe’s Art Series, an ambitious program to introduce new viewers to the ballet by inviting collaborations with visual artists. In January, the nonprofit invited JR, a French street artist known across the globe for his massive public photo installations, to install a photo mural that spanned an entire floor of the Koch Theater’s Grand Center Hall.
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Girty said 70 percent of attendees at special Art Series performances described themselves as new to City Ballet, and 7 percent of those visited the ballet again. And JR’s floor mural, which featured life-sized photos of dancers, spawned an always-on stream of social media coverage as attendees snapped pictures of themselves on the floor next to the dancers.

Content Marketing Institute published AUGUST 28, 2014

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Sally Kohn: Don’t like clickbait? Don’t click

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Sally Kohn has a powerful vision for a more united United States. On Fox News, this progressive lesbian has sparred with some of the most conservative minds on television, and has sifted through hundreds of letters of hate mail a day. But she deeply believes in finding our common humanity, political differences aside. Before we can achieve political correctness, we must first establish emotional correctness — and this will ignite conversations that lead to real change.

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Doesn’t it seem like a lot of online news sites have moved beyond reporting the news to openly inciting your outrage (and your page views)? News analyst Sally Kohn suggests — don’t engage with news that looks like it just wants to make you mad. Instead, give your precious clicks to the news sites you truly trust.
Sally Kohn searches for common ground among political foes by focusing on the compassion and humanity in everyone.

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