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News :: Civil & Human Rights

`Museum of Tolerance` in Jerusalem

The Los Angeles-based Simon Wiesenthal Center has partnered with the Israeli government to build a new `Museum of Tolerance` in Jerusalem. According to former Jerusalem Deputy Mayor Meron Benvenisti, the museum site encompasses a Muslim cemetery seized by Israel in 1948 and long-since paved over. What does a shrine to tolerance mean when it is constructed -- literally -- over the dead bodies of a Palestinian population that was expelled from its homeland.
 

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Commentary :: Civil & Human Rights

[btlsummary]Journalists in Afghanistan Targeted for Assassination...

BETWEEN THE LINES Syndicated Radio Newsmagazine --Weekly Summary
 

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News :: Miscellaneous

Construction Woes Add to Fears at Embassy in Iraq

A toughly worded cable sent from the embassy to State Department headquarters on May 29 highlights a cascade of building and safety blunders in a new facility to house the security guards protecting the embassy.
 

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News :: International Relations

Spanish Customs Officers Uncover Weapons Haul in ship en route from Israel to Nicaragua

Spanish customs officers uncovered more than 1,000 weapons aboard a ship en route from Israel to Nicaragua during a routine cargo inspection, the governor of the southern Andalusia region said Wednesday.
 

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News :: International Relations

The rise and rise of Hamas

Ironically, it was Israel which encouraged the rise of the Palestinian Islamist movement as a counter to the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO), the secular coalition composed of Fatah and various leftist and other nationalist movements.
 

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News :: Civil & Human Rights

Family Preservation Rights Rally Planned for August 18, 2007 in D.C.

Thousands of Families will Rally in D.C. on August 18, 2007 in support of Family Reconcilation and Preservation. Get involved! Let's Rally to keep families first in America!
 

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Commentary :: Peace & War

Don't get killed now

This new law means the war is over
 

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News :: Miscellaneous

Bush Rationale on Libby Stirs Legal Debate

In commuting I. Lewis Libby Jr.’s 30-month prison sentence on Monday, President Bush drew on the same array of arguments about the federal sentencing system often made by defense lawyers — and routinely and strenuously opposed by his own Justice Department.
 

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News :: Elections & Legislation

Voter Registration Drive Continues

The nonprofit, volunteer group Resource Information Help for the Disadvantaged (RIHD) continues to host monthly Virginia United Methodist Restoration of Voting Rights and Voter Registration Drive.
 

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Commentary :: Labor & Class

Immigration Reform Is Needed, After Bush

Stewart Alexander, a presidential hopeful with the Peace and Freedom Party, says, “I believe Congress should work on comprehensive immigration reform after President Bush ends his term in office. I do not believe this important issue should be used as a political football or as a bandage for an administration that is hemorrhaging before the nation and the world.?
 

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