Monday, December 29, 2014

New Year Seeks Fresh Heroes

As we welcome 2015, I wish that the trials and errors of the previous years have taught us some lessons and prepared us for what is coming.

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Monday, December 22, 2014

Christmas: Holiday of All Holidays

Christmas is nowhere a larger holy day than in the Middle East and for a good reason. Nazareth where Jesus and his Mother Mary hail from is in Palestine or modern-day Israel, considered as an enemy and occupier by most Arabs. Bethlehem, site of the nativity is in the Occupied Palestinian West Bank, not accessible to most.

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Monday, December 15, 2014

Torture As A Human Characteristic

Have you read the CIA torture report in some of its most gruesome details? Has the cruelty of Islamist groups made you sick? Have you been repulsed by the silence or justification given to cover up the bestiality every time it occurs?

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Monday, December 1, 2014

I Survived Their Lebanon

My latest trip to Lebanon began in a difficult place as the negativity emanating from Beirut continues to build up thanks to an internal political impasse heightened by regional threats of a bloody spillover.

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