Posts Tagged “Rule of Law”

Israel violates rule of law, oppressing innocent civilians

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Israel violates rule of law, oppressing innocent civilians

Israel violates rule of law, oppressing innocent civilians 40,000 Palestinians Collectively Punished after Har Adar Attack Israeli violates civil rights of Palestinians. On Tuesday, 26 September, Nimer Mahmoud Jamal, 37, from Beit Surik carried out an attack in the settlement of Har Adar, killing a Border Police officer and two settlement security guards: Sgt. Solomon…

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Even Israeli terrorism is not justification for Palestinian violence

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Even Israeli terrorism is not justification for Palestinian violence

Even Israeli terrorism is not justification for Palestinian violence A recent surge in violence by Palestinians against Israeli military, police and civilians is not justified even in the face of increasing terrorism and violence by Israelis against Palestinians. The knife attacks by Palestinians are only undermining the larger interests of Palestinians to achieve freedom from…

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Reflection from my Christian Eyes

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Reflection from my Christian Eyes

Reflection from my Christian Eyes A Christian reflects on the challenges they face as a faith and community under Israeli occupation. Why isn’t Israel held to the same standards and laws as everyone else? By Dr. Maria C. Khoury The Day after Yom Kippur, I decided I should be more faithful in practicing my religion. I have…

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Peace in Israel, Palestine doesn’t come by building walls

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Peace in Israel, Palestine doesn’t come by building walls

To normalize or not to normalize. How much is too much or too little? There is an in between called compromise.It’s clear that the direction most Israelis and Palestinians are headed is away from peace and actions that might help end the conflict. When the brutality of the Israeli occupation increases, the thought of reaching…

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Career Mubarak loyalist vows to respect civil rights despite death sentence order

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Career Mubarak loyalist vows to respect civil rights despite death sentence order

Career Mubarak loyalist vows to respect civil rights despite Egypt death sentence order By Ray Hanania Nabil Fahmi (Fahmy), the son of former Egyptian Foreign Minister Ismail Fahmi who served the late President Anwar Sadat during the 1973 Arab-Israeli war, vowed that Egypt will continue to respect Democracy, the Rule of Law and civil rights…

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Wishing the Arab World would take the Olympics more seriously

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Wishing the Arab World would take the Olympics more seriously

Wishing the Arab World would take the Olympics more seriously By Ray Hanania For some reason, the Arab World has never really taken the Olympics very seriously. The excuse has always been, “Well, the Arab World is a desert, so how can they compete in all these athletic events fairly?” Well, the Olympics started across…

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