Monthly Archives: April 2010

Gulf states abuse human rights

UN Calls for Greater Human Rights in the Gulf Phillip Walter Wellman, VOA News,  Abu Dhabi, 24 April 2010 The U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights says more basic freedoms are being seen in Gulf Arab countries, but further progress … Continue reading

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Arabs justify arming Hezbollah

Scudding into the whirlwind Are Israel’s claims that Syria is giving bigger guns to Hizbullah just an excuse for its next invasion of Lebanon, asks Bassel Oudat from Damascus Al-Ahram Weekly, April 22, 2010 Last week, the Wall Street Journal … Continue reading

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Palestinians not interested in peaceful coexistence

Peace Talks are Useless reprinted from Dailyalert.org, April 23, 2010 Why Salam Fayyad Cannot Deliver – Khaled Abu Toameh Palestinian Authority Prime Minister Salam Fayyad may be a good man with good intentions, but those who think that he will … Continue reading

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Dangers of bottled water

Bottled water faces backlash By Steven Stern, Special to CNN, April 22, 2010 STORY HIGHLIGHTS Advocacy video claims consumers are being scared into buying bottled water Bottled water industry claims it’s a smart choice to buy bottled water Critic Annie … Continue reading

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Conflict has deep roots

Israel: Construction Not Root of Palestine Conflict The roots of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict go much deeper than Jewish homes being built in eastern Jerusalem. Julie Stahl, Correspondent, CBN News Jerusalem Bureau, April 22, 2010 JERUSALEM, Israel — The stalemate in … Continue reading

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Clean technology for Earth day

Water, Fair and Foul Press Release, Tel Aviv University,  April 21, 2010 TAU demonstrates that UV light can zap unwanted "life" in your drinking water and save taxpayer dollars Does your drinking water smell foul, or are you worried that … Continue reading

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Two-state plan is dangerous and unrealistic

The borders of Israel Those who propose the two-state solution (two states between the Mediterranean and the Jordan) are the ones not being "realistic". Although on the surface such approach is understandable and sounds "fair," that alone does not make … Continue reading

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Where are the human rights organizations?

No Big Deal, Just Some People in Africa, Right? by Gadi Adelman, Monday, 19 April 2010 Christians are killed by the hundreds for no reason other than they are Christian. Where is the world outcry and at what point will … Continue reading

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