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Zionist settlers dig Israel’s grave
Throughout the Occupied West Bank and Occupied al-Quds (Jerusalem), Zionist settlers are digging in. They are excavating foundations for new settlements, uprooting Palestinian olive trees and...
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Jesus of Nazareth
The Great Unspooling: How the Spy Tapes came to d...
In the far-flung future, when the four-volume biography of Jacob Gedleyihlekisa Zuma is published, it will tell the story of an unspooling. If the books are good, they will relate the unravelling of...
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Frankenstein by Mary Shelley, book of a lifetime:...
Then I turned 30, had two small children and the appeal of an early, theatrical death diminished. After all, I wanted to be a mother to my children. So I looked for more positive creative role models...
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Mary Shelley's Frankenstein
The new face of evil
foresaw, we are once again up against the question of evil. An American photojournalist, James Foley, was presented to the camera and methodically decapitated. The instrument was not...
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Watching the watchers: A spy's guide to Berlin
... -- At the former headquarters of the East German secret police, cheerful American and British tourists scan maps and chatter as they file into the blocky concrete building once known as "the...
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John Le Carre
The Man in the Box
A scene from the first season of “Doctor Who,” in 1963, with William Hartnell as the Doctor, outside the Tardis, his time-and-space ship.Credit Courtesy BBC Behind the door labelled Studio Four,...
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The New Yorker
Why Elie Wiesel’s full-page ad troubles me
As a Jewish sociologist residing in the New York area, I was stung by the words of Nobel laureate and Holocaust historian Elie Wiesel in a paid ad that appeared this month in a handful of major...
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PopLives #75: Richie Egan
PopLives #75: Richie Egan Every week this Q&A finds out what interesting people in music, film, fashion, theatre, literature, performance, tech stuff, and whatever else are consuming. Mon, Aug 18,...
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Today in History
Today is Friday, August 15, the 227th day of 2014. There are 138 days left in the year. Today's Highlight in History: On August 15, 1914, the Panama Canal officially opened as the SS Ancon crossed...
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THE WIZARD OF OZ
Tippy the dog has 16 pups in 1964 - Almanac Aug. ...
Today: is the 227th day of 2014. There are 138 days left in the year. ^ In 1914, the Panama Canal officially opened as the SS Ancon crossed the just-completed waterway between the Pacific and...
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Horrific image sets a new standard in evil
In 1961, while covering the trial of Adolf Eichmann, writer
was struck by just how ordinary the Nazi war criminal and Holocaust architect seemed. Nearly two decades after the end of the...
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Child-guided curriculum is an abdication of adult...
Erica Green's recent article concerning the progressive pedagogy on tap at the Arts & Ideas Sudbury School details deeply troubling trends in education today ("Mount Washington school redefines...
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The West’s selective amnesia: Gaza, the war on te...
In 1946, mostly due to the efforts of Eleanor Roosevelt, the spouse of the late President Franklin Delano Roosevelt, a committee was convened to draft what would become the Universal Declaration of...
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Franklin Delano Roosevelt
Palestine and moral priorities
Palestine and moral priorities Curiously enough, the tragic raw numbers of civilian deaths in Gaza is being met with skepticism in Malaysia. This sets us apart in some ways, for the trend by and...
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Free Syrian Army
My neighbour, the environmentalist
What does the Kashmiri separatist machinery achieve by preventing 40 persons from undertaking an ancient pilgrimage? If you ever happen to drive towards Srinagar airport in Kashmir Valley, and if you...
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Syed Ali Geelani
Don't pick school board members who have been aro...
Back to school fever has hit! There is a mixture of anxiety and excitement as we buy new books and clothes. Some are getting calls from their districts while others are already sending their kids off...
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Psychopaths: The Worst People Who Don’t Exist
Contemporary psychologists like Simon Baron-Cohen have realized how the concept of evil can only arise from cyclical thinking; evil acts are performed by evil people, so-called because they perform...
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American Psychiatric Association
World Health Organization
Why Israel Lies
All governments lie, as I.F. Stone pointed out, including Israel and Hamas. But Israel engages in the kinds of jaw-dropping lies that characterize despotic and totalitarian regimes. It does not deform...
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Failure is the muse of writers
In case you happened to miss it, July 8 was Fitz-Greene Halleck Day, a chance to remember the most intensely forgotten writer in U.S. history. "No name in the American poetical world is more firmly...
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The Absurd Bureaucratic Hell That Is the American...
The Absurd, Bureaucratic Hell That Is the American Police State By John W. Whitehead July 28, 2014 “The greatest evil is not now done in those sordid ‘dens of crime’ that Dickens loved to paint. It...
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