Shin Bet chief, Yoram Cohen, told a Knesset committee that Abbas (who has no control over Jerusalem) was not involved in igniting violence among East Jerusalem PalestiniansShin Bet chief, Yoram Cohen, told a Knesset committee that Abbas (who has no contro
Hamas is hoping that another war will further increase anti-Israel sentiment around the world & earn the Palestinians even more sympathy. Biggest fear is that Gazain frustration will be translated into disillusionment with the Hamas regime.
This is a perfect song to listen to at Thanksgiving time. Such a lovely expression of gratitude and love for life. Wrote and sung by David Campbell who grew up in an Amerindian village called Cabacaburi 12 miles up the Pomeroon River in Guyana.
Anyone who reads this Irish Blog regularly, would be aware that I have perhaps been Gerry Adams fiercest critic, and that I was raging on the child abuse issue in Ireland and within the Provisionals, long before it went mainstream.
Western Australian Premier Colin Barnett has announced the state will close 100 to 150 of the 274 remote communities in WA. He has stated that the WA government will not pick up the shortfall once Federal funding ends in July 2015
Ghassan Daghlas, a Palestinian official who monitors settler activity in the northern West Bank, told Ma'an that a group of extremist settlers raided the village of Khirbet Abu Falah and torched the home of Abd al-Karim Hussein Hamayil.
Israel said border police denied live bullets were used. An investigation later showed that live bullets were in fact used. A second teenager, Mohammed Udeh, 16, was killed on the same day in the same place. He was also hit in the chest by a live bullet
Fadel Mohammad Halawa, the slain Palestinian is a famer who was working in his land close to the border fence, was shot in his back, and that the bullet exited through his abdomen. His body was moved to the Kamal 'Adwan Hospital in Jabalia.
It walks and talks like a government; It quacks like a government; it has a flag and an anthem and all the other trappings of a state. It even dresses like a government... But it isn't really a government.
When I saw thousands of Palestinian civilians celebrating the cold-blooded murder of four rabbis praying in a synagogue, I had to ask myself: Could I ever imagine thousands of Jews celebrating the murder of four Muslim sheiks or four Christian priests?
During a candlelight vigil held yesterday in Faisalabad, Christian and Muslim religious leaders, activists and normal everyday people stressed that the Pakistani government needed to take "immediate steps" to put an end to the abuses related to the "bl