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Targeted Massacre of Minorities in Assam

"If the local Assamese administration and the federal Indian government are serious about the well-being of Assamese/Bengali Muslims as well as other communities living in Assam, they should take steps to cool down this simmering volcano that erupts from time to time. Lasting peace in Assam cannot happen when xenophobia is promoted. Period!"

Talking Zionism

"Currently, some five million Palestinians and six million Jews live between the Mediterranean Sea and the Jordan River. The ethnic cleansing of the country is highly improbable, to say the least. Far more likely is the reality of an apartheid state, in which Jews will soon be a minority. That is not a reality envisioned by the Zionist founding fathers."

Self-immolations speak of Israel’s bankruptcy

"...Israel's economy isn't experiencing delightful days. The mass protests in Tel Aviv and other cities relate the bitter story of Israel's failed economy. Perhaps it might be better for the Israeli leaders to deal with their people's problems and think of solutions to get out of the current crisis rather than pulling out all the stops to suppress a defenseless, besieged people in Gaza, kill the innocent Palestinian children and women and design malicious ploys to attack Syria and Iran."

Our Money in their Banks: Why?

"The increasing number of crises are being dealt with by more obscene financing for war while cutting public budgets in order to further protect private profits. We are expected to accept less and less as a society and get less and less as individuals, while we pay more and more to endanger ourselves, our future and the life of the planet itself. All too slowly, we seem to have begun seriously questioning this madness."

Beyond Bachmann: A Challenge for the GOP

"We must commit to changing the way we talk about Islam and the Arab World, and our nation's Muslim and Arab communities and join Senator Scott Brown in making it clear that hate-filled personal attacks "have no place in our national discourse."

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