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Convicted For A Facebook Rant

This article was originally published at http://www.robertsharp.co.uk * * * * Teenager Azhar Ahmed has been found guilty of posting an offensive Facebook message following the deaths of six British soldiers in Afghanistan. The message he posted on his Facebook wall is reproduced below: The judge called this “derogatory, disrespectful and inflammatory”. Although Ahmed’s message […]

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THAT Day and This 9/11

We have come to be one of the worst ruled, one of the most completely controlled and dominated Governments in the world – no longer a Government of free opinion, no longer a Government by conviction and vote of the majority, but a Government by the opinion and duress of small groups of dominant men, […]

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Remembering Grace by Debunking Christian Zionism

In 1981 Grace Halsell published “Journey to Jerusalem” which took a close look at Israeli torture, Israel’s illegal settlements and the oppressed lives Palestinians were forced to lead under occupation… The New York Times obituary for Journalist Grace Halsell, notes her curiosity about ”a wider world” led her to experience life on society’s fringes by […]

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Mr. Win’s Solution for the Rohingyas of Burma is a recipe for Fascism

Last week, I came across Mr. Kanbawza Win’s article – “Killing two birds with a stone or a Win, Win Situation” (Eurasia Review, July 19, 2012) – discussing his thesis for solving the Rohingya crisis in western Burma. As a global citizen who has worked for decades to make our world a more inclusive one […]

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Forbes and a Lentil Stew

List of Richest Rabbis in Israel Exposes Corruption In June 2012, Forbes Israel published the list of the richest rabbis in Israel. Inadvertently, it touched one of the most disturbing aspects of Judaism; one that crosses frontiers between Sephardim and Ashkenazim. These are less obvious than often portrayed. In Israel, there are almost one hundred […]

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Tibetan Govt. Thanks India For Withdrawing Case Against 17th Karmapa

Dharamshala: – The Central Tibetan Administration Thursday, April 26 thanked the Government of Himachal Pradesh for withdrawing case against His Holiness the 17th Gyalwa Karmapa Rinpoche. “The Kashag of the Central Tibetan Administration (CTA) welcomes the Himachal Pradesh State government’s decision to withdraw the criminal case pending against the 17th Gyalwa Karmapa Ugyen Trinley Dorjee,” […]

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The Legend of Jesus and Mary Magdalene

Out of the four gospels, it is the Gospel of John’s portrayal of the resurrection that has probably most captured the human imagination, mainly for its depiction of the encounter outside the tomb between Jesus and Mary Magdalene. Hinting at a strong emotional bond between Jesus and Mary Magdalene, the scene is—in a word—titillating. Early […]

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On the Cross: Easter and the Jews

Should Christians Support the State of Israel? Does Jesus forgive everybody?” I asked a few years ago a crowd of about forty Christians gathered in a church. I wasn’t surprised to find that all of them—except one of the pastors—answered positively. Over time I found that many congregations put emphasis on certain Biblical texts while […]

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Circumcision of Boys – for Jews only?

Göran Rosenberg (1) puts forward two ethnocentric arguments in an article published in the Swedish daily newspaper, SvD. It is the final article in a discussion on circumcision. The first is that the proposed ban on circumcision, “… targets, with great precision, mainly the Jewish minority in Sweden …” But surely Göran it affects Swedish Muslims […]

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The Zionist Cuckoos in Christianity’s Nest

  If you are as puzzled as I am how a true Christian could possibly be taken in by Zionism, a short paper on the phenomenon is available from Sadaka http://www.sadaka.ie/Articles/Papers/PAPER-Christian_Zionism.pdf. “The destiny of the Jewish people is to return to the land of Israel and reclaim their inheritance promised to Abraham and his descendants […]

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