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  • World ignores relentless persecution of Rohingya Mohammed Azhar Ali Khan
    October 12, 2017

    The Dalai Lama has urged Myanmar’s authorities to heed Gautama Buddha’s teachings and cease harassing their Muslim countrymen. Nobel Peace prize winners Archbishop Desmond Tutu and Malala Yousufzai have also urged an end to what the United Nations has called the ethnic cleansing of defenseless Rohingya.

  • Breaking Gaza's siege, the ships are sailingMordecai Briemberg
    May 19, 2010

    On May 24, 2010 the Freedom Flotilla sets sail for Gaza determined, once again, to challenge Israel's blockade of 1.5 million Palestinians trapped in an open-air prison.

  • Afghanistan's TAPI Pipeline - We Stand on Guard for FreeMorgan Duchesney
    January 9, 2012

    The Canadian public does not share Stephen Harper's certainty about Afghanistan and the role of the military in general. A June, 2011 Ipsos Reid study, commissioned by the Department of National Defense, indicated that, "…Canadians were under-informed about the Canadian Forces role in Afghanistan, and that they did not know why the Canadian Forces were still there."

  • Israel's Illegal Migrant Hypocrisy Morgan Duchesney
    July 19, 2012

    Is the Netanyahu regime capable of responding humanely when an opportunity for accurate self-perception arrives? Recent events may provide the answer to this question that the corporate media would never dare ask. Israel, ostensibly a state built on the notion of asylum (at least for European Jews); is expressing outrage at the influx of illegal migrants into its sacred precincts. How ironic but yet, how fitting; considering Israel's established policy of expanding illegal settlements on the West Bank and in East Jerusalem.

  • Harper offers false choice for Middle East peaceMorgan Duchesney
    February 18, 2014

    Inspired perhaps by the fading echoes of George W. Bush; Stephen Harper has presented Canadians with a false choice on Middle East peace: either voice "absolute, non-negotiable belief in Israel" or be declared an anti-Semite. Stephen Harper refuses to be a real friend to the Israelis in the sense that he excuses their more objectionable behaviour for the sake of political support, business deals and misplaced guilt.

  • Harper on Israel: Is the Prime Minister mentally sound?Murray Dobbin
    November 17, 2010

    Watching and listening to Stephen Harper's bizarre and unnerving speech about anti-Semitism and Israel raises the question as to whether or not the man is mentally fit to be prime minister.

  • Contemplating the unthinkable Harper majorityMurray Dobbin
    March 30, 2011

    A vote for the Tories this time could mean the end of Canada as we know it.

  • Do somethingMurray Dobbin
    April 15, 2011

    This is one of those elections where you can imagine your children or grandchildren (if you have any) will ask you years later what you were doing when the country was lost. Did you try to stop this man, grandpa? Did you campaign against the Conservative, grandma?

  • Iran and the new Arab worldMuthanna Al-Qadi
    December 11, 2011

    The news of an alleged assassination attempt on the Saudi ambassador to the United States, Adel Al-Jubeir, in October read like a first-class movie script, but the manner in which government political elites dealt with the incident signaled that Washington and other European capitals did not see the matter as a joke.

  • My last year New Year resolution is this year'sNadia Alexan
    January 5, 2011

    One year after I adopted my new year's resolution at the beginning of 2010, I have not eaten one bite of meat or poultry. I am not a vegan; I still eat fish, cheese, eggs and milk products. My health is much better and I feel good about saving the animals from suffering and the planet from the pollution of industrial animal-farming.

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