“We consider this award inappropriate and a betrayal to Save the Children’s founding principles and values via Save the Children staff outrage over ‘global legacy’ award for Tony Blair.
Yemeni city landmarks fall on hard times – Middle East – Al Jazeera English.
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Armed with only a mobile phone, Jana Tamimi – possibly the world’s youngest civilian journalist – has been filming Israeli occupation forces in her West Bank village. The Palestinian girl says she wants to deliver a message to the world with her videos. via Filming for freedom: 8yo Palestinian girl uses smartphone to report on […]
With all the despairing talk today of the impossibility of a two-state solution and the inevitability of protracted civil war in a single state, it is easy to forget how different the conflict looked two intifadas ago. Before the First Intifada, no one of any importance spoke of Palestinian statehood, rather than autonomy. Today statehood […]
However, in achieving the government’s stated goals, Bill C‑44 deliberately pushes the limits of Canadians’ right to privacy, protection from unreasonable search and seizure, and the right to life, liberty and security of the person. via Anti-terror bill C‑44: Pushing the limits of Canadian rights | rabble.ca.
The Irish Employment Appeals Tribunal heard how the three Filipina workers were forced to work 15 hours a day, seven days a week for $212 per month. Always on call, they also had their passports taken away from them. via UAE recalls Irish ambassador amid staff mistreatment claims – ArabianBusiness.com.
There exists a coordinating agency called “The Conference of Presidents of Major Jewish Organizations,” Their website (www.conferenceofpresidents.org/) is worth exploring (and AIPAC is just one of literally dozens of organizations under its umbrella). With all the money, political and corporate connections they have at their disposal they must certainly have a tremendously powerful influence over […]
he has received at least as much attention for being threatened with prison by the Obama Justice Department (ostensibly) for refusing to reveal the source of one of his stories—a persecution that, in reality, is almost certainly the vindictive by-product of the U.S. government’s anger over his NSA reporting. via Talking to James Risen About […]
Levant’s blog posts labelled Awan a jihadist and a liar, Awan’s lawyer said. At the time this story was published, Levant’s website listed 75 articles containing Awan’s name. via Ezra Levant Loses Libel Case, Owes Khurrum Awan $80,000.