Posts Tagged “politics”

Annual Update for Vanunu Mordechai, Israel’s nuclear whistleblower and Captive

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Annual Update for Vanunu Mordechai, Israel’s nuclear whistleblower and Captive

Israel’s nuclear whistleblower Vanunu Mordechai reported by tweet: “They renew all the restrictions for one more year, from June 2020 to June 2021, no any Freedom yet, So I will continue to post every month ‘Waiting to be free’” By Eileen Fleming Read Vanunu’s monthly tweets HERE WHY you should care: From 1976 to 1985,…

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A Covid-19 USS Liberty Remembrance Day

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A Covid-19 USS Liberty Remembrance Day

Covid-19 caused the cancellation of the USS Liberty’s 53rd reunion of survivors of The Six Day War. The following is published in honor of 2020’s USS Liberty Remembrance Day. By Eileen Fleming This retired nurse has lived in Florida for decades but New York is my homeland. I began paying attention to Covid19 in January. It…

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Arab Americans endorse “Amo Bernie” in Michigan and Illinois primary elections

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Arab Americans endorse “Amo Bernie” in Michigan and Illinois primary elections

Arab Americans endorse “Amo Bernie” in Michigan and Illinois primary elections Arab Americans in key states including Michigan, Illinois and Ohio endorse Jewish American Senator Bernie Sanders for President in the March 10 and March 17 Democratic primary elections against rival Joe Biden, who describes himself as “a Zionist.” #AmoBernie #Election #Michigan #Illinois Major Arab-American…

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The newly formed Lebanese cabinet deserves a chance

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The newly formed Lebanese cabinet deserves a chance

The newly formed Lebanese cabinet deserves a chance By Ghassan Michel Rubeiz A popular uprising forced the resignation of the Lebanese prime minister and his cabinet last October. But a strong self-serving government and a very unpopular parliament are still operating with full force. The uprising has a long way to go to achieve its…

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The Unbearable Burden: Sudan’s Crippling Economic Crisis and the absence of Plan B

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The Unbearable Burden: Sudan’s Crippling Economic Crisis and the absence of Plan B

The Unbearable Burden: Sudan’s Crippling Economic Crisis and the absence of Plan B By Magdi A. Mofadal It is known that the Transitional Government of Sudan inherited a lot of challenges from the deposed regime; chief among them is the crippling economic crisis. This crisis was the driving force behind the popular protests that culminated…

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Christ to Cronkite: Call for Unconditional Love

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Christ to Cronkite: Call for Unconditional Love

Without an evolutionary worldview, Christianity does not really understand, much less foster, growth or change. Nor does it know how to respect and support where history is heading. By Eileen Fleming American author and Franciscan friar Richard Rohr writes prolifically about the need to unite contemplation/deep thought to direct actions to help heal people and our…

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