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  • Israel an apartheid regime says Amira HassThe Canadian Charger
    October 15, 2011

    (Toronto) Amira Hass - the daughter of Holocaust survivors - a reporter and columnist for the Israeli daily newspaper Haaretz says she is the only Israeli Jewish journalist living and working in the occupied Palestinian territories. Now based in the city of Ramallah, she has lived in the West Bank since 1997 and in Gaza for four years before that.

  • Deal with crime before it occurs, says Prof Irving Waller Reuel S. Amdur
    October 15, 2011

    Irving Waller is a distinguished criminology professor at the University of Ottawa. He was asked what he thought of the Conservatives' omnibus crimes bill, the Safe Streets and Communities Act. "I was surprised," he said, "that Minister of Justice Victor Toews used some real statistics for his case." He was referring to Toews' citing 400,000 violent crimes and 200,000 break-and-enters at a cost of $14 billion in tangible losses and another $68 billion in other losses.

  • Is "The war on terror" a hoax?Paul Craig Roberts
    October 15, 2011

    In the past decade, Washington has killed, maimed, dislocated, and made widows and orphans millions of Muslims in six countries, all in the name of the "war on terror." Washington's attacks on the countries constitute naked aggression and impact primarily civilian populations and infrastructure and, thereby, constitutes war crimes under law. Nazis were executed precisely for what Washington is doing today.

  • On claims of Palestinian anti-Semitism The Economist
    October 15, 2011

    Robert Berstein is one of the founding figures of Human Rights Watch, and for the last several years he's been criticising the group he helped found for what he says is an anti-Israeli bias. Today he has an op-ed in the Washington Post that extends the indictment, rather more plausibly, to the United Nations.

  • 9/11: The attack on the Pentagon Scott Stockdale
    October 15, 2011

    Every part of the official version of the attack on the Pentagon on 9/11 is false according to expert testimony entitled "Eyewitnesses and Evidence of Explosives at the Pentagon" presented by American investigative journalist Barbara Honegger at the Toronto International Hearings on the Events of September 11, 2001.

  • Hypocrisy at its most nakedAlan Hart
    October 15, 2011

    Russia and China's veto of the UN Security Council resolution which condemned Syria over its brutal crackdown on anti-government protesters and contained a weak reference to the possibility of sanctions against Damascus proved (again) one thing - that despite torrents of soaring rhetoric to the contrary from our leaders, international politics is not about doing what is right and in the best interests of all nations and peoples, it's only about the short-term, short-sighted, political self-interest of leaders and their governments.

  • Torture at GuantánamoReuel S. Amdur
    October 15, 2011

    Doctors, psychologists, and other mental health professionals either turned a blind eye to evidence of torture at Guantánamo or actively assisted. That is what Doctors Vincent Iacopino and Stephen Xenakis found in a review of records for nine prisoners. Their findings are published in PLoS Medicine.

  • Zionism must live with the timesScott Stockdale
    October 15, 2011

    Watching the torturous peace process drag on for years and years with no end in sight, both a Jewish Zionist journalist and a Palestinian American journalist have concluded that a one-state solution is the only viable alternative to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

  • Oct 6: The Canadian Charger endorses the NDPThe Canadian Charger
    October 4, 2011

    With many Ontarians tired of eight years of Dalton McGuinty at the helm, and Conservative leader Tim Hudak reminding voters of the dark days of the Mike Harris governments, which slashed taxes paid for it by closing hospitals and schools across the province, while declaring war on the poor, NDP leader Andrea Horwath is looking more and more like a viable alternative for those who want change.

  • Mosque feeds poor two hot meals dailyThe Canadian Charger
    October 4, 2011

    Beginning Friday September 30, a Mosque run by the Jamia Riyadhul Jannah (JRJ) religious organization in Mississauga, was the first mosque in North America to offer free lunch and dinner to the needy, on a daily basis, from 12 p.m. until 7 p.m.

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