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Lebanon`s Outlawing of Palestinian Civil Rights

Update on the fighting at Ein al-Hilwe Palestinian camp in Lebanon

(Ein el Helweh Camp, Saida, Lebanon) - It’s half a century overdue for Lebanon to grant Palestinian refugees, now the fourth post-Nakba generation, the most elementary civil rights to work and home ownership.

Both fundamental rights are mandated by international law and enjoyed by every refugee on our planet. Sauf Lebanon.

Read Full Article (Apr-07-2017 11:25)

The Attack on Syria in 4 Basic Facts

War is immoral, illogical, and criminal and has no “good side” or “bad side”.

(OCCUPIED PALESTINE) - bombing Syria The attack on Syria by the United States while illegal per international law (not sanctioned by the UN Security Council and opposed by Russia and China) comes to remind as all of five basic facts of geopolitics:

1: US Presidents no matter how “unconventional” must always obey the rules set for them. Trump came to office opposing intervention in Syria and is now directly siding with the “rebels” and has accepted the 1990s neocon strategy of regime changes across Western Asia that are supposed to benefit "Israel".

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Guns and Cocaine and the Murders of U.S. Military

The drug pipeline from Central America fueled the crack cocaine epidemic, resulting in the deaths, addictions and imprisonment of thousands of Americans.

(SOMERDALE, NJ) - Arrow Air Flight 1285 Congress needs to conduct an investigation into the murder of Marine Colonel James E. Sabow at Marine Corps Air Station El Toro, CA, and 101st Airborne troops on Arrow Air 1285 in Gander, Newfoundland, Canada, and the deaths of 256 Americans.

The common thread between Colonel Sabow's violent death (1991) and those on Arrow Air 1285 (1985) is Iran/Contra. The forensic evidence supports the murder of Colonel Sabow and the sabotage of Arrow Air 1285.

Read Full Article (Mar-09-2017 09:48)

Basil of Al-Walaja: RIP

Others will speak of his martyrdom; I will speak of his life and what he told me. Basil would have wanted it told this way.

(OCCUPIED PALESTINE) - Basil of Al-Walaja In 2009, I met Basil and Shireen and started joining them in demonstrations in Al-Walaja village. On 6 March 2017, Basil was murdered by the Israeli army. He was 31-years old.

"...we had so many problems...the displaced and the refugees, taking our water rights, the wall built on our land, home demolitions, apartheid, residency rights. Resistance is normal reaction [to this]... Palestine is a microcosm of the world, its history that of mankind. What happens here is an indicator of things to come around the world.”

Read Full Article (Mar-05-2017 22:53)

National Security Blanket Hides Murders of US Military Personnel

Marine veteran provides information to President Trump and Congress on the murders of El Toro Marines and hundreds of 101st Airborne troops.

(SALEM, Ore.) - El Toro MCAS President Donald Trump has the authority to lift the veil of National Security, covering the murders of military personnel and protecting those responsible from prosecution.

Information obtained from reliable sources was recently provided in February to both President Trump and Congressional staffers, supporting the need for investigations into the murders of Marine Colonel James E. Sabow (and other Marines) at MCAS El Toro, CA, and the 256 Americans burned to death on Arrow Air 1285.

Read Full Article (Feb-25-2017 21:45)

Remains of Kennewick Man The Ancient One Laid to Rest

Since the discovery, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has curated the remains at the Burke Museum under the Archaeological Resources Protection Act, and followed the Native Americans Graves Protection and Repatriation Act.

(PORTLAND, Ore.) - Kennewick Man The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Northwestern Division (Corps) transferred the human remains known as the Kennewick Man, or the Ancient One, to the Washington State Department of Archaeology and Historic Preservation (Washington) on Friday, Feb. 17 on the condition that the Department then repatriate the human remains to the five Columbia River Plateau tribes.

The transfer took place at the Burke Museum in Seattle, Washington where the remains have been curated since 1998.

Read Full Article (Feb-24-2017 20:33)

Parris Island Announces 18 Marines Become Naturalized US Citizens

Earning the title Marine can also help non-U.S. citizens earn the rights and privileges of citizenship.

(PARRIS ISLAND, Ore.) - USMC new citizens Today's graduation ceremony was a landmark for the 456 new Marines of Lima Company, 3rd Recruit Training Battalion, and Oscar Company, 4th Recruit Training Battalion. Of those, 18 new Marines also took the Oath of Allegiance and became naturalized U.S. citizens.

“United States citizenship is the greatest honor we grant,” said Wendy Wilcox, United States Citizenship and Immigration Services.

Read Full Article (Feb-22-2017 13:15)

Review of Oscar Nominated Short Films for 2017

The 89th annual Academy Awards will air live on ABC Sunday, Feb. 26, at 7 p.m. (PT).

(SAN FRANCISCO) - oscar short films Even dedicated film fans are often stumped at the Academy Awards when it comes to the short categories. When and where are they ever shown? And who has the chance to see them?

Well, each year, for the past ten years, a few theaters have screened the final list of Oscar nominated short films.

Read Full Article (Feb-22-2017 11:59)

Handpicked Trips in Oregon

Grab your camera, and your favorite people, and enjoy more scenic routes than in any other state!

(SALEM, Ore.) - Oregon welcome sign The quintessential Oregon day-trip, taking a drive through the state’s beautiful landscapes and locales will give you an appreciation for Oregon that’ll make you feel like you’ve lived there your entire life.

Whether it’s driving through the McKenzie Pass-Santiam Pass loop or along the picturesque bridges of the Cottage Grove Covered Bridge Tour, Oregon’s incredible nature will take your breath away.

Read Full Article (Feb-21-2017 13:00)

Comfort the Afflicted

Look at the evidence provided and judge for yourself

(OCCUPIED PALESTINE) - Palestine We in occupied Palestine continue to be guardedly optimistic even after watching the Kafkaesque political "plays" being performed to confuse the public and keep them in the dark and keep them fighting each other while the RICH GET RICHER AND THE POOR GET POORER.

Remember to follow the money. But what we common people need to do is refuse the baiting, join hands, and think of the environment, sustainability, hope, love, kindness to one another (while yes exposing the myths and challenging the elites).

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