Islamic Innovation in Dubai.

Posted by: Bruce Nussbaum on November 12, 2008

On the road to the airport in Dubai, I passed a big billboard sign. It said:

“Innovation Thinking Based on Islamic Values.”

Fascinating.

Reader Comments

juris

November 12, 2008 4:01 PM

OK, Bruce - a little context!? Was this a scribble in chalk on the curb? a glossy billboard? was there any indication of its author/funder? have you asked around about it? do tell.

Juris

November 12, 2008 8:24 PM

OK, I'm a dolt, but the question still stands: context? author?

Cincinnatus

November 14, 2008 12:36 AM

Hey Bruce:

It's more like Frightening!

Have you any idea what the terms Islmamic Values means? Do you realize that Islamic law, Sharia, and Constitutional Law are 100% anti-thetical? Or are you OK with a Supremacist Ideology, with no Freedom of Conscience, Religon, Speech & Assembly? Are you willing to throw away the Golden Rule? Or the notion that All Men (& Women) Are Created Equal?

If so, then Fascinating may be the correct term.

If not, then mine is.

MyMeteor

November 20, 2008 9:03 AM

Dear Cincinnatus,

Please, base your ideas on reality, not on values learnt watching TV,
When you know talk, when you don't know ...

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