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  • My childhood's Ramadan and Eid Dr. Mohamed Elmasry
    August 22, 2011

    Ramadan and Eid bring to me so many happy memories. My experience of being a child in Cairo during the month of Ramadan in the 1950’s can easily fill up several memory chips.

  • Installing smart meters not so smartThe Canadian Charger
    August 10, 2011

    While the sycophants in the corporate media - the National Post in particular - continue to champion exposure to Wi-Fi radiation, a group of dedicated citizens called Citizens for Safe Technology is working hard to put a moratorium on the smart meter installation program in British Columbia, until several issues, such as health, safety, and cost, have been discussed with the general public.

  • Israel: Boycott, divestment and sanctions The Canadian Charger
    August 10, 2011

    In his book BDS: Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions Omar Barghouti presents a strong and cogent case for BDS. More specifically, the book focuses primarily on boycott. Rather than a single essay, the book consists of a number of essays and interviews, many of which could stand on their own.

  • Harper's HypocrisyReuel S. Amdur
    August 10, 2011

    Back in 2006, Prime Minister Stephen Harper said, "I think the government of Canada, when a Canadian citizen is ill-treated and when the rights of a Canadian citizen need to be defended, I think it's always the obligation of the government of Canada to vocally and publicly stand up for that Canadian citizen. That is what we will continue to do." That was then and this is now. He was talking about the case of Huseyn Celil, a Uyghur from China who is a Canadian citizen and who served as an imam in Hamilton, Ontario.

  • Black, Murdoch stories share traitsGeoffrey Stevens
    August 10, 2011

    Rupert Murdoch and Conrad Black make for an interesting study in media power. They are similar, yet quite different.

  • August 3: How did Mubarak end up in court?Dr. Mohamed Elmasry
    August 10, 2011

    "It is a systemic genocide which lasted 30 years against 88 million Egyptians. This crime is committed by no other than the Mubaraks; the man, his two sons and his wife," wrote Abdul Halim Qandeel in his column of May 5, 2008.

  • "Could Arab (Palestinian) staying power ultimately defeat Zionism?"Alan Hart
    August 10, 2011

    That was the headline over a recent post by David Hearst for The Guardian's Comment Is Free space. It began: "There is an Arabic word you come across a lot when Palestinians talk about their future. Sumud means steadfastness and it has turned into a strategy: when the imbalance of power is so pronounced, the most important thing to do is to stay put. Staying put against overwhelming odds is regarded as a victory."

  • Harper: What Canadians should know Stephen Garvey
    August 10, 2011

    Two weeks prior to the 2011 federal election, the Foundation for Democratic Advancement (FDA) produced a non-partisan 226 page audit report on all federal registered political parties with a national platform barring the Bloc Québécois. The FDA electoral audit focused on a detailed background audit of the party leaders, audit of the visions and policies of the parties, and audit of the incumbency record of the Conservative Party. The nine-person audit team was diverse in terms of profession, gender, age and ethnicity.

  • There is a context to London's riots that can't be ignoredNina Power
    August 10, 2011

    Those condemning the events in north London and elsewhere would do well to take a step back and consider the bigger picture.

  • The Canadian Embassy in CairoDr. Mohamed Bakr
    August 10, 2011

    Those who check the website of the Ministry of Immigration and Citizenship will see lots of images for smiling people including an image of a smiling Muslim woman wearing the traditional headscarf. But many of those who had to deal with the visa section of the Canadian embassy in Cairo know that there is absolutely nothing to smile about! Your experience with the embassy will only leave you feeling humiliated, insulted, and angry.

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