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Jewish Self-Reflection is Overdue

Harvard University Yiddish Professor Ruth WisseIn an audio interview , Harvard University Yiddish Professor Ruth Wisse has condemned ongoing attempts by international activists to set sail for Gaza, on what she calls a “kill-the-Jews flotilla.”

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Health Care in Cuba and America

havana-cheUnder Article 50 of Cuba's Constitution:

"Everyone has the right to health protection and care. The state guarantees this right:

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Independence From America Day

Independence From America4 July & American Empire

We all  know the great words of the 4 July 1776 American Declaration of Independence: “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness”. However these words did not apply to American Indians or to African slaves then any more than they apply today to Indigenous People in Palestine, Iraq, Afghanistan, and Somalia or indeed in any part of the World under violent US hegemony. The World must make the 4th of July Independence From America Day.

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The Saudis prepare to step up

abdullahby MJ Rosenberg

One of the biggest problems with our Middle East policy - and international policy in general - is the idea that the world is made up of good guys and bad guys and that one can determine which is which by nationality.

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The 'Deplorable' Acts: The 'Quartet' Comments on Gaza

boat-us-gazaOn March 30, 1774, in response to the Boston Tea Party, the British Parliament enacted the Boston Port Act, effectively shutting down all commerce and travel in and out of Massachusetts colony. The law, known as one of the Intolerable Acts, was enforced by a British naval blockade of Boston harbor. These punitive acts, which collectively punished an entire colony for the acts of resistance and frustration of a few, served to unite the disparate colonies in their fight for self-determination, sovereignty, and natural and constitutional rights.

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