Posts Tagged “Turkish coffee”

Reading the grinds in Arabian coffee

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Reading the grinds in Arabian coffee

If you have never had your coffee grounds read, you are missing out on understanding your potential future. The art of reading coffee grounds in the Middle East traces back to thousands of years of practice, fortune tellers and seers By Ray Hanania When I was younger, my mother and aunts used to read my…

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That Which Cannot Change Syria

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That Which Cannot Change Syria

That Which Cannot Change Syria By Salma Nawlo A jasmine should still smell as sweet, whether it bloomed in Syria pre-wartime or it blooms now. Traditional songs promising hope, love and courage can still be hummed in the same tune. Turkish coffee should still taste as bitter, whether it is drank while one is sat…

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