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Cruz: Cant Win War Against Our Enemies If Obama Unwilling to Say the Words Radical Islamic Terrorism
US Politics & Gov't  (tags: republicans, cruz, Islam, Muslims, terrorism, obama, crime, ethics, government, lies )

Penny
- 1 day ago - cnsnews.com
ISIS is the face of evil, Cruz said at the Family Research CouncilâEUR(TM)s Watchmen on the Wall pastors retreat in Washington, D.C. They are crucifying Christians - not figuratively, literally. They are beheading children, and I ll tell you, you cannot win
Brides for Sale: Sham Marriages Rise in Europe
World  (tags: world, freedoms, humanrights, england, Human Trafficking, sham marriages )

Rose
- 1 day ago - news.yahoo.com
Police across Europe are trying to combat a new type of human trafficking. Each year, dozens of women from the poorer corners of eastern Europe are lured to the West for access to their European identity cards. (May 25)
Record 13 Muslim MPs Elected
Business  (tags: female muslims, MPs, UK, House of Commons, UK government )

Beatrice
- 3 days ago - new.muslimnews.co.uk
A record 13 Muslim MPs (up from 8 in 2010) have been elected in one of the most unpredictable and extraordinary general elections in Britain. Eight of the Muslim MPs are now women out of a total of 191 female candidates elected to the House of Commons
"New Arab Debates" in Istanbul - MOTION: Turkish Democracy Is in Grave Danger (WATCH VIDEO)
World  (tags: Turkey, Human Rights, New Arab Debates, democracy, danger, society )

Evelyn
- 3 days ago - newarabdebates.com
Ankara's human rights and media record came under sustained attack at a public forum in Istanbul as a majority - Turkish audience warned against growing totalitarianism ahead of the June parliamentary elections.
Israel Destroys Bedouin Village for 84th Time
Society & Culture  (tags: Human Rights, world, Israel, Palestine, Bedouin villages, al-Araqib, abuse, ethics, freedoms, family, society, culture, humans, news, rights, government, sadness, politics, crime )

Carrie
- 4 days ago - electronicintifada.net
Israeli Border Police rolled into the Palestinian Bedouin village al-Araqib, located in the Naqab (Negev) region of present-day Israel, to demolish the few shacks left standing. It was the eighty-fourth time that al-Araqib has been demolished since 2010.
Islamic State Seizes Syria's Ancient Palmyra
World  (tags: ISIS, IS, Syria, Palmyra, world heritage site )

Evelyn
- 5 days ago - bbc.com
Islamic State (IS) militants in Syria have entered the Unesco World Heritage site of Palmyra after seizing the town next to the ancient ruins. IS now controls the nearby airport, prison and intelligence HQ, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights says.
Many Native American Communities Struggle With Effects Of Heroin Use
Health & Wellness  (tags: Native Americans, heroin, substance abuse, traditional ceremonies, healing, addiction, law enforcement, recovery )

Judy
- 5 days ago - npr.org
The reasons why Native Americans have such high rates of incarceration and substance abuse are complex. A recent FBI report shows the Mexican drug cartels are specifically targeting Indian Country.
To Cut Or Not To Cut - That Is NOT The Question   video
US Politics & Gov't  (tags: austerity, funding cuts, bloated military budget, defense budget, arms, police, War Machine, Prison Industrial Complex, priorities )

Dandelion
- 5 days ago - youtube.com
Video only a minute and half long. The USA Government is not broke it is broken.
Arab Terrorist Killed After Car-Ramming Attack in Jerusalem
World  (tags: children, conflict, crime, death, ethics, israel, middle-east, terrorism, violence, terrorists, Islam, Muslims, Palestinians )

Penny
- 5 days ago - unitedwithisrael.org
An Arab rammed his car into a group of Israeli border police officers, wounding two. It was the latest in a series of car terror attacks plaguing Jerusalem and the surrounding area.
Palestine's Skate Park - PHOTOS
Society & Culture  (tags: children, Palestine, Bethlehem, skate boarding park, society, world, rights, freedoms, humans, safety, family, sports )

Carrie
- 7 days ago - theguardian.com
For Bethlehem youth, who struggle for freedom and identity in a restricted environment, skateboarding offers an outlet and connection with an international community beyond their borders
 
 
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