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  • The Marshall Islands: The US must pay for its crimesThe Canadian Charger
    March 6, 2014

    Beginning with Operation Crossroads, on June 6, 1946, and ending with Operation Hardtrack I on August 18th, 1958, the United States detonated 67 atomic explosions on the Marshall Islands.

  • Hot spicy food a must for hot countries?The Canadian Charger
    March 6, 2014

    It may seem ironic that most of the spiciest foods in the world originated in a band close to the equator, in the hottest regions of the world.

  • Netanyahu: "Peace? No thanks but I’ll accept the box of chocolates"Alan Hart
    March 6, 2014

    I have long thought that Dr. Hanan Ashrawi, a senior member of the PLO's Executive Committee and the Palestine Legislative Council, is the most articulate spokesperson in Israeli occupied territory for her cause. Her latest comment is a bleak assessment of the prospects for getting a real peace process going. She was responding to a statement by an Obama administration official that both Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu and Palestinian President Abbas will be able to "express reservations about individual provisions" in the framework document Secretary of State Kerry is preparing. Here's what Ashrawi said:

  • The lucky country, Part 4/4Dr. Mohamed Elmasry
    March 6, 2014

    Australia has been called the largest island and the smallest continent of the world. One third lies within the tropics. It is in the Southern Hemisphere; the further North you go the hotter it gets. Their mid-summer months are January and February and their mid-winter months are July and August. Christmas is usually a very hot day quite unsuitable for turkey and plum pudding.

  • Shift workReuel S. Amdur
    March 6, 2014

    Anton Aanonsen was a company doctor at an oil enterprise in a small community on the coast of Norway. In his practice he began to see a trend among workers that captured his interest. The number of workers on the night shift who had health problems was relatively high. His examination of the issue led to his 1964 ground-breaking book Shift Work and Health.

  • Sleep and its difficultiesReuel S. Amdur
    March 6, 2014

    It is not completely clear as to why we need sleep, but its necessity is. It is something we share with pretty well all of the other members of the animal kingdom. Sleep appears to give the body and brain the opportunity to repair, lessen stress and anxiety, and aid in memory and learning.

  • Judaism and Zionism: A divorce in the making...?Alan Hart
    March 6, 2014

    Way back in October 2001, a prominent and widely respected liberal London rabbi, Dr. David Goldberg, made what I thought at the time was the most remarkable statement ever made by a Jew in the 53 years that had passed since the creation, mainly by terrorism and ethnic cleansing, of the Zionist (not Jewish) state of Israel. He said that Israel's "colonization" of Palestine had left many Jews "questioning their unconditional support for Israel." Then this: "It may be time for Judaism and Zionism to go their separate ways."

  • Return to Seyeda (Lady) Zeinab-now secured and in protective handsFranklin Lamb, Seyeda Zeinab, Syria
    March 6, 2014

    During a meeting at the Dama Rose hotel in Damascus the other morning, this observer was briefed by "Abu Modar," a reputedly battle-honed field commander of the "Death Brigade," a unit based in the northern Syria Eskanderoun region, north of Latakia. Abu Modar explained that he personally had chosen the rather peculiar name for his outfit to symbolize the willingness of its members to die for their cause-protecting Syria.

  • Eight million Muslim victims of genocide and countingDr. Mohamed Elmasry
    March 6, 2014

    Western media does not highlight the current genocide against Muslims in the Central African Republic or in Myanmar (Burma).

  • Data support Palestine claim in ICJ: Expert Edward C. Corrigan
    March 6, 2014

    Press TV has conducted an interview with Edward Corrigan, a human rights attorney, from Ontario, about the situation in occupied Palestine.

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