Pro-Palestine Students Protests Face Police Brutality

GWU Gaza Solidarity Encampment emptied May 8th

A record number of student protests have taken place over the past two months. The students’ courage and persistence have helped spread copy-cat protests around the globe. Despite enduring police brutality and other penalties, these social justice warriors truly deserve commendation for showing moral fiber and support for the Palestinians trapped in Gaza. However most of mainstream media coverage about […]

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Seerah on Gaza: Kindness in face of Hostility

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The atrocities in Gaza have continued unabated despite Security Council resolution 2720 passed at the United Nations on 22 Dec 2023. The aid resolution passed with an abstention by Russia and the United States, but it calls for “immediate, safe and unhindered delivery of humanitarian assistance at scale directly to the Palestinian civilian population throughout the Gaza Strip.” Nevertheless, the […]

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World Day of Humanity: #NotAlone Event

Declaration of Human Fraternity prepared by Nobel Peace laureates

On a sunny Spring day in Rome, the World Day of Humanity global ceremony began officially in mid afternoon, June 10, 2023 in Vatican City at Saint Peter’s Square. The signing of the Declaration of Human Fraternity 2023 as prepared by more than 30 Nobel Peace Prize laureates took place at 6pm. Today it was signed by Nobel Peace Prize […]

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Mysterious Turkiye-Syria Earthquakes: Inquiry Needed

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According to Gospanews.net, the origins of the catastrophic earthquakes that struck in Turkiye and Syria on February 6, 2023 may have links to hydrofracking activity. This is important to investigate, whether or not oil-and-gas development is linked to the earth rupturing events. The latest reports from the European Mediterranean Seismological Centre (EMSC/CESM) indicate that every day there are earthquakes happening […]

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Americans blindly embracing ideology

That quip comes from Col. Doug Macgregor commenting on the blind hatred against Russians by leading Americans inside the Beltway in their pursuit of war in Ukraine. Living inside the beltway myself, I don’t believe it’s actually restricted to inside the Beltway; it has to include much of Virginia, and bases all around America, and also around the world. But […]

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Supporting Turkiye and Syria

Over the past month, the country of Turkiye in Asia Minor is in great distress from repeated earthquakes. Up to 7.8 on the Richter scale, with many aftershocks. The most recent follow up earthquakes was two days ago, 6.4 and 5.8 on the Richter scale. Due to the connection with the plate and fault, Syria is also an affected region, […]

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New Year Resolution: Benevolence

Kindness include for yourself too

When a blogger is forced to reconsider their entire layout due to a defunct theme, outdated PHP, insecure plugin, it really can be frustrating. Fortunately WordPress has lots of supporters, developers, and a community that includes anything from new software creators, content creators, educational or training websites, and the diverse spectrum of users. So for the present outlay which has […]

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Media Talk: Conscripts for the 1%

Left doesn't accept the Right, right?

Talking about the media is a thorny issue, yet it must be done to protect our democracy. Both John Dewey and Ben Franklin, great thinkers if not great men, believe that community dialogue is an integral part of developing a healthily informed society. Yet today, one must ask, to what extent does that actually take place? We already know the […]

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Church of the Epiphany Helps Save All in Need

Red doors mark this iconic church near the White House

Rollbacks, Extortion, Shortages—-What do we do? In a time of new frustration and vexation, it’s easy to succomb to all kinds of acting out. Maybe that is why the Triad has decided to raise once “settled” issues. Over the past week, we’ve seen a new “contest” over the right for women to have abortion, and a new cry and hue […]

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#FreedomConvoy unifies to defend inalienable rights

Thankyou, Truckers

The longest truck convoy in human history has amassed in Canada since January 28th. The #FreedomConvoy saga began three weeks ago in January and headed mostly to Ottowa, Canada, the nation’s capital. Truckers planned for months how to respond to a growing list of stipulations. This would include longer hours between rest breaks, higher fuel prices, lower pay, carbon taxes, […]

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BDS: Stop the bloodshed, End the Occupations

PalestineCampaign.org, How banks are Complicit

The past weeks have seen a 3rd great intifada, which Al-Jazeera will call, the Great War of Israel-Palestine 2021. Although as of May 21, 2021, a ceasefire is in effect after a week of deliberations at the United Nations, during which the United States rejected calls for such several times, the war is not over. In fact, a huge arms […]

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Fighting Voter Suppression in Underrepresented Communities

OurHomes-OurVotes.org

Nonprofits are stepping up to ensure that all voters have access to the voting booth this election. Several organizations working hard to get the vote out including the National Low Income Housing Coalition (NLIHC), National Health Care for the Homeless Council (NHCHC), and National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), but the COVID19 pandemic has transformed the landscape into a digital […]

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