Posts Tagged “September 11 attacks”

9/11 Plus 14

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9/11 Plus 14

On That Day we called 9/11, fourteen years ago everything changed except how we think! By Eileen Fleming There is no agreement on the number of people that have been killed so far in the ‘War on Terror’ as it has been defined by the Bush Administration to include the war in Afghanistan, the war…

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Mullah Omar ,Opposed the September, 11 Attacks, betrayed by Bin Laden

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Mullah Omar ,Opposed the September, 11 Attacks, betrayed by Bin Laden

By Ali Younes The announcement last week that the Taliban leader Mullah Omar is dead should mark an important junction not only for Afghanistan and the Taliban, but also for the Jihadist movement worldwide. As a leader of Afghanistan from 1996 to 2001, Mullah Omar was known as a reclusive leader who provided shelter for…

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Forever Young with Bob Dylan and Frank Sinatra

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Forever Young with Bob Dylan and Frank Sinatra

By Eileen Fleming [Orlando, Fl.] Bob Dylan rolls through my territory this Sunday marking my first event at Walt Disney Theater’s Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts and Dylan’s 27th year of his Never Ending Tour. From August 15, 2002 until April 19, 2012, Dylan was introduced at the beginning of every concert with…

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That Upbeat Melody of Muslim-Bashing

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That Upbeat Melody of Muslim-Bashing

Rarely can anyone have a discussion that involves Muslims without a little bashing even when it has to do with boot stomping, dressing flaying Country music. Is Country music more patriotic, or does it intentionally fan the flames of Muslim-bashing? By Ray Hanania What do country music, Ted Cruz, terrorists and Muslims have in common? This week…

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Cairo Institute condemns those who justify Charlie Hebdo attack

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Cairo Institute condemns those who justify Charlie Hebdo attack

Combating terrorism must include religious reform, which cannot take place in absence of comprehensive political reform The Cairo Institute for Human Rights Studies (CIHRS) condemns the terrorist acts that shook the French capital city, Paris last week, and which took the lives of 12 people at the Charlie Hebdo newspaper, and four others in a…

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Anti-Muslim hate persecution of Sami Al-Arian dropped after 11 years by US Government

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Anti-Muslim hate persecution of Sami Al-Arian dropped after 11 years by US Government

Anti-Muslim hate persecution of Sami Al-Arian dropped after 11 years by US Government Now drop the deportation case and allow the Al-Arian family to live as the Americans that they are By Ray Hanania In 2003, Sami Al-Arian, a professor at the University of South Florida and a Palestinian American civil rights activist, was identified by…

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