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Advent Hope: The Joy of Meeting Kenneth Bae
Grace Ji-Sun Kim
Rev. Jesse Jackson
In the life of the church, Advent is a season of waiting -- waiting to celebrate the birth of Jesus. Advent is also a season of hope as the church lives in the hope that Jesus brings. Throughout our lives, we experience seasons of waiting of differing time periods and intensities.
Born in France, immigrated to the USA / Features and Travel Wr...
As an American citizen, I feel lucky to be able to voice my concern and write about the issues haunting me as a human being. One thing in the news of late is the continuing debate over the events that took place in Benghazi on September 11, 2012, in Libya.
On the Brink of War
Author, journalist and former Congressional candidate
The United States is once again on the brink of war in the heart of the Middle East. While the necessity of some kind of military intervention -- if only symbolic in nature -- is now evident, the risks are enormous.
Embassies Under Attack: An Open Letter to Muslims
Rafa Fernández de Castro
Multiculturalism: It's Complicated
The Democratic Contradictions of Multiculturalism
examines the complexities of multiculturalism both as a policy and as a cultural practice. This wide-ranging book will appeal to many different audiences with its field studies, interviews, and cultural reflections.
Demonstrators Attack U.S. Offices In Egypt, Yemen
Libya: Abu Salim Prison Massacre Remembered
Human Rights Watch
Defending human rights world wide
Syria Economic Destruction as Deadly as Bullets And Bombs
Deputy business editor, Abu Dhabi's 'The National'
As soon as hostilities begin, most normal economic activity ends. Add to this the indiscriminate impact of sanctions against the likes of Syria's Bashar al-Assad and Libya's Muammar Qaddafi, and the hope of making a living to feed, clothe and house one's family evaporates.
The Middle East and the Dead Dog in the Living Room
CEO of The Comic Genome Project
The Arab Spring and Pluralism
Questioning the PLO's current configuration, many Palestinians are now talking publicly about the need to create new political parties different in structure, ideology and working procedures from the present set of nationalist or Islamic factions.
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Daniel Cohn-Bendit, Member of the European Parliament, can't accept the German "Nope" to Libya
Lia Petridis Maiello
Journalist and editor
Libya, Iraq and Desert Storm
Colonel, USAF (ret.)
As UN Resolution 1973 is being implemented over Libya, ghosts of the 2003 invasion of Iraq exactly eight years earlier emerge. But the comparisons are much more apt to Operation Desert Storm in 1991.
Oil Prices Raise Cost Of Homeownership, Threatening Housing Recovery
As Oil Prices Rise, Small Businesses Feel The Squeeze
What You Need To Know About Libyan Strongman Moammar Gadhafi
Curtis M. Wong
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