As per popular demand, the Qnion posts now have their own tag and introductory page. Click the relevant tab on the page header (at the very top, above the cow graphic), and you’ll be able to view the entire series.
I’ve been on the road for the past several days. As it turns out, hotel rooms in American cities are remarkably well-equipped for Biblical exegesis. The TV channels on offer have very little news but a wide selection of Christian evangelists, and the Gideon’s Bible in the nightstand helps me keep them honest, as far as verse citations are concerned.
It seems that the Prophet Ezekiel has some salient policy proposals for how to deal with Iran, so I highly suggest that all you State Department analysts reading this blog crack open your copies of the Good Book and see what the Man has to say.
For non-divine discussions of the events in Iran, I’d suggest checking out Brian Ulrich, Arabic Media Shack, and of course, Andrew Sullivan. Abu Muqawama’s got a nice roundup on the Twitter hype pieces that are starting to come out in the press.
“Welcome to Qnion, the middle eastern onion variety that makes QNabki iabki (cry) while it makes Us laugh!” Ok, you can’t possibly pronounce its name, but you can eat it row in turn. Sahtein!
Oops, I did it again…raw, that is.
QNION pronunciation: [kyoo-en-yun]
Thanks for the tip. But the remarks were just for teasing; don’t really care how it is pronounced. Let’s enjoy the advantage of being in a virtual conversation to its end… each reader can spell the words in their minds following their own fantasy!
That being said, is the [k] in [kyoo-en-yun] pronounced like[q]ifa or like nab[k]i? (LOL).