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London's Terrorists Next Door
World  (tags: London, terrorists, Islamic extremism, world, violence, society, culture, interesting )

Carrie
- 1 day ago - macleans.ca
Strolling around these streets on a sunny afternoon last week, it seems scarcely believable that this idyllic example of Britain's social welfare state is also one of the country's worst breeding grounds for Islamic extremism.
India's National Gold Medalist Tortured For Being a Witch In Modern Day Witch Hunt
World  (tags: 'CIVILLIBERTIES!', 'HUMANRIGHTS!', humanrights, freedoms, ethics, europe, HumanRights, news, violence, abuse, culture, freedoms, rights, religion, women )

Niki
- 2 days ago - inquisitr.com
Woman is tied up and viciously beaten after being accused of being a witch in one of many modern day witch hunts targeting women and children.
Our Latest Solutions to Global Problems ACTION
World  (tags: human rights, politics, freedoms, ecosystems, environment, habitat, Sustainabililty, culture, society )

Nancy
- 11 days ago - globalsolutions.org
We have many global challenges-failing ecosystems, human rights violations, incomplete nuclear disarmament, and a lack of regulation of financial systems, to name a few. These global problems require global solutions.
Freed ISIS Hostage Says 'They Are Right'
World  (tags: ISIS, child hostages, violence, family, world, society, culture, children, abuse )

Nancy
- 17 days ago - msn.com
Arwa Damon speaks to a boy who was kidnapped and released by ISIS. Some of his remarks about the group are stunning.
The World's 25 Strangest Drinking Customs ~INFOGRAPHIC
World  (tags: world, culture, society, family, drinking customs, interesting, humans, news, Australia, Japan, India, Asia, Africa, Europe )

Carrie
- 45 days ago - huffingtonpost.com
No matter how many historical monuments you visit while traveling, or works of art you fawn over, you'll never understand the people and their culture until you drink with them. But, before you clink glasses with your new friends,you might want to take...
The Japanese Have Some Questions for 'Palestine Supporters'...AND OH ARE THEY AWESOME
World  (tags: Palestine, history, culture, borders, capital, cyrrency, founder )

Beatrice
- 48 days ago - jewsnews.co.il
If you are so sure that " Palestine , the country, goes back through most of recorded history," I expect you to be able to answer a few basic questions about that country of Palestine :
Not In My Jewish Name
World  (tags: americans, culture, humans, government, society, 'HUMANRIGHTS!', politics, terrorism, violence, world )

Michael
- 74 days ago - opednews.com
Rob Kall, the author is a Jewish man who founded OEN.org, and has a talk radio show, Bottom Up in Philly. He does not like what Israel is doing in Gaza and first posted an article against Israel when the FreedFlotilla sailing to aid Gaza was attacked.
VIRAL ACTION NEEDED Stop the Bullfighting Culture in Spain.
World  (tags: Torture, bullfighting culture in Spain, activists, abuse, world, violence, women, sadness, politics, murder, internet, culture, killed, killing, suffering, slaughter, animalcruelty, animalwelfare, cruelty, death, europe, violence, treatment, prevention )

Kelly
- 97 days ago - change.org
To protect the bulls and live their life in peace. Torture has no place in the human society. If you are on the bull's shoes what will you do??? What will you think?? What will you feel if you are being tortured in front of the jeering crowd,
Patagonian Dreams
World  (tags: culture, education, ethics, government, humans, interesting, politics, religion, rights, conflict, HumanRights, israel, middle-east, palestine )

Eleonora
- 138 days ago - zope.gush-shalom.org
DURING HIS short visit to Israel, Pope Francis laid a wreath on the grave of Theodor Herzl. ... So why Herzl's grave? Obviously, this gesture was intended to emphasize the Zionist character of the state. ...
Chinese Couples Rush to Get Pregnant Before Dreaded Year of the Sheep
World  (tags: China, culture, society, children, superstitions, luck )

Carrie
- 164 days ago - washingtonpost.com
Liu Changlong born at Amcare Women's & Children's Hospital in Beijing was the hospital's first delivery in the Year of the Horse. China considers it lucky to be born in the Year of the Horse, but to be born in the upcoming Year of the Sheep is unlucky.
This Week In Pictures
World  (tags: photos, humanrights, crime, beauty, world, culture, family, society )

Nancy
- 171 days ago - nbcnews.com
Pro-Russian separatists on Sunday seized control of the offices of regional state television and said they would take it off air and broadcast a Kremlin-backed Russian channel instead.
Everest's Sherpas Are Right To Revolt
World  (tags: Mt. Everest tragedy, Sherpas, human rights, culture, death, income, money, politics, corruption, freedoms, world )

Carrie
- 182 days ago - thedailybeast.com
The death of 16 Sherpas last week on Everest--the biggest single loss of life in the mountain's history--has led to a threatened strike. Why, the Sherpas demand, should they risk their lives, while being excluded from the income generated by the rich,...
Act Now For Afghan Women's Rights ACTION
World  (tags: women, culture, Cameron, humanrights, Afghanistan, violence, world )

Nancy
- 226 days ago - amnesty.org.uk
A backlash against high-profile women has already begun. Call on David Cameron to take a lead on supporting and protecting women's right in Afghanistan.
The Disturbing Truth About Forced Child Weddings Around The World ACTION
World  (tags: children, girls, future women, family, culture, humanrights, freedoms, abuse )

Nancy
- 226 days ago - takepart.com
"They have very high hopes for the future. They dream of being doctors. They dream of being pilots," said Agnes Odhiambo, a researcher at HRW's Women's Rights Division, "but the environment in which they live in does not always enable those dreams to come
What Really Happened to Michael Rockefeller
World  (tags: culture, interesting, New Guinea, Asmat tribe, Michael Rockefeller, disappearance, death, violence, society, world, humans )

Carrie
- 239 days ago - smithsonianmag.com
A journey to the heart of New Guinea's Asmat tribal homeland sheds new light on the mystery of the heir's disappearance there in 1961. And secrets, spirits, laws and customs, born of men and women who have been walled off...
 

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