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Which François?

During the anti-extremism march in Tunis, the Tunisian president, Beji Caid Essebsi, mistakenly calls President François Hollande… François Mitterrand.

International Politics

Two powerful women battle over secularism in Bangladesh

It’s something like Elizabeth I and Mary, Queen of Scots, vying for the throne, but the setting is contemporary Bangladesh: Sheikh Hasina Wazed and Khaleda Zia are at loggerheads, duking it out for the country’s prime ministership. 1,047 more words

Politics And Government

Islamists still kicking the corpses of Charlie Hebdo shooting victims

Today from Salon, which is usually slavish in its efforts to fete and appease Islamist extremists, comes news that a British Islamic organization decided to name… 734 more words

US Chief of Staff: "The Occupation Must End"

“In unusually tough language that underscores the fracture in relations between Washington and Israel, White House Chief of Staff Denis McDonough said “an occupation that has lasted for almost 50 years must end.”

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Israel

War Must Ensue

Haymaker
A Novel
by Adam Schuitema

A sleepy tourist town in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula awaits a coming invasion. Haymaker thrives on tourists who visit in the winter for an opportunity to tackle nature and those who visit in the summer to hike the dunes, soaking up some Lake Superior sun. 746 more words

Chicago

The Star-and-Crescent

In their ongoing genocidal campaign to eradicate the Assyrian nation by killing Assyrian civilians and anyone else who stands in their way, rampaging ISIL fighters are also destroying Assyrian artifacts, cities, and churches. 331 more words

Assyria

Another Warning to Assyrian Leaders and People in Syria and Iraq — Time is Running Out!

On 25 JAN 15, and as described in a previous post, the Assyrian Universal Alliance in San Jose, California had me speak to members of the Assyrian community on developments affecting Assyrians in the Middle East. 773 more words

Assyria