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Action, not words for Gaza! by Karen AbuZayd

Karen AbuZayd, the commissioner general of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency, claims that the noble spirit of the universal declaration of human rights is being betrayed by a lack of help for Gaza As we approach the 60th … Continue reading

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Sailing into Gaza by Huwaida Arraf

Huwaida Affaf was one of about 60 international human right activists who, in August 2008, symbollically broke the Israeli seige of Gaza by sailing their two boats – the SS Liberty and the SS Free Gaza – through the blockade … Continue reading

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Vanunu Convicted Again; Decries Israeli Apartheid by Mark Glenn

It has been three years since Mordecai Vanunu was released from prison after serving 18 years for blowing the whistle on Israel’s nuclear weapons program. Now he may be heading back to jail for violating a military court order forbidding … Continue reading

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Why I don’t Like Abraham Lincoln

A Confederate View of Abraham Lincoln by Father Dave An address given to the American Civil War Roundtable of Australia, New South Wales branch, on July 6th 2009.   In 1864, shortly before his death at the Battle of Franklin, … Continue reading

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