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  • Springtide in the Arab worldThe Canadian Charger
    March 16, 2011

    Unplanned uprisings, like other forms of what sociologists call collective behavior, do not just happen. They happen when the social conditions are ripe for them. The sociologist Neil Smelser proposed a value-added theory of collective behavior which we can apply to the crises shaking the Arab world.

  • Wireless radiation: The Charger exposes government siding with industry The Canadian Charger
    March 16, 2011

    Studies show an increase risk of cancers for those living within 350 metres of cell phone and broadcast antennas, at exposure levels well below federal guidelines. But when communities oppose wireless tower placements, the final arbitrator is Industry Canada; and they often side with the Telecom Industry.

  • Gaddafi and the Libyan uprisingThe Canadian Charger
    March 16, 2011

    Despite all the reports of mass murder and destruction wreaked on innocent civilians in Libya by dictator Mu'ammar Gaddafi's home-grown thugs and foreign mercenaries, one cannot but be shocked by the fact that this criminal and thief still manages to delude some people who are fooled by his cheap tricks.

  • Libya: The Charger at the Ottawa demonstrationThe Canadian Charger
    March 23, 2011

    Libyan Canadians and their supporters gathered across the street from the office building where Libya has offices comprising its embassy. They were there in support of the uprising and to demand that Gadhafi leave. They waved flags, hoisted placards, chanted slogans, and listened to speakers.

  • Congressman probes "Muslim radicalization" not IslamophobiaThe Canadian Charger
    March 23, 2011

    The United States, with its fixed election dates every two years, seems to have an election campaign underway at all times. If, for example, someone is thinking of running for a Senate seat in Nov. 2012, he must start early in 2011.

  • Egypt: Youth deserves Noble Peace Prize The Canadian Charger
    March 30, 2011

    "I lived with these young revolutionaries in Cairo's Tahrir Square. They are the ones behind the largest successful peaceful revolution in modern history. They were calling - peacefully - for democracy, liberty and social justice. They put their slogan 'Selmia Selmia Peaceful Peaceful' in practice even when they faced brutal force by police killing hundreds of them," said Dr. Mohamed Elmasry, professor of Computer Engineering at Canada's University of Waterloo, who added his voice to a grassroots campaign to nominate the Egyptian people for the 2011 Nobel Peace Prize.

  • Zionist hate crime against Rabbi Lerner: 3rd attack on his California home The Canadian Charger
    March 23, 2011

    (Berkeley, California, March 17) Only one day after Rabbi Lerner presented the Tikkun Award to South African Justice Richard Goldstone, at a celebration of Tikkun's 25th Anniversary attended by over 600 people at the University of California, Berkeley, Rabbi Lerner's home was again assaulted by extremist Zionist haters who plastered posters over his home once again.

  • How to take down a mosque: Author speaks at Charger's dinners on IslamophobiaThe Canadian Charger
    April 7, 2011

    American writer Stephan Salisbury, author of the bestselling book Mohamed's Ghosts, is the guest speaker at three Canadian Charger fundraising dinners addressing "Why Islamophobia is alive and well?" Salisbury's introductory chapter is headed "How to take down a mosque."

  • Canadian Jews and ZionismThe Canadian Charger
    April 7, 2011

    Corey Balsam, a graduate student in the department of sociology and equity studies in education at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE), wondered aloud what it is about Zionism that gets widespread support in the Jewish Community, in Canada in particular.

  • Cell phones do affect the brainThe Canadian Charger
    May 12, 2011

    When doctors read about a recent National Institutes of Health cell phone study in the American Medical Association (AMA) journal, and it shows 50 minutes of cell phone radiation increases metabolic activity in the brain, it's a big red flag, according to Dr. Magda Havas, Associate Professor of Environmental & Resource Studies at Trent University.

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