Monthly Archives: August 2015

WHO CAN TRUST THESE IRANIAN CLOWNS?

WRITTEN BY EDITOR KALAHAN DENG I came to realize that the Republican Senators dissatisfaction with the latest nuclear deal with Iran is somehow making sense after controversial statements from Iranian officials in regard to Israel existence. I also realized that Iranian officials are more narcissistic than ordinary Iranians. It seemed that their personal dysfunctions are associated with various interpersonal inabilities ...

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WHERE ARE THE WEALTHIEST ARAB GULF COUNTRIES IN THESE TRAGEDIES?

WRITTEN BY EDITOR KALAHAN DENG All know about the pandemonium (chaos) happening in the Middle East, especially Syria, Iraq, Libya, and Yemen which is forcing millions of people out of their respective countries. But where are the masters of the wealthiest of oil such as Qatar, UAE, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, and so on? Are they no longer their brother’s keepers? ...

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JIHADI JOHN THREATENS TO RETURN TO BRITAIN TO CARRY ON CUTTING OFF HEADS

  WRITTEN BY EDITOR KALAHAN DENG   It’s true that an evil man seeketh only rebellion and his mouth destruction, and his lips are the snare of his soul. The mouth of the foolish is a rod of pride and his wickedness has driven him away from among civilized society. The violence covereth the mouth of the wicked. Deceit is in ...

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AL-SHABAB IN EAST AFRICA AND ISIS ARE ONE COIN WITH TWO FACES

  WRITTEN BY EDITOR KALAHAN DENG             Al-Shabab literally means The Youth” in Arabic language. It emerged as the radical youth wing of Somalia’s now-defunct Union of Islamic Courts, which controlled Mogadishu in 2006 before being forced out by Ethiopian forces. Similarly, the ISIS in Syria and Iraq is one of the most dangerous Jihadist groups. It was formed in ...

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gunman fired a single shot through the front window of Indian restaurant in Harris Park

Up to 40 people inside a busy Indian restaurant in Sydney’s west were “extremely lucky” not to be injured when a gunman fired a single shot through the front window, police say. The gunman, dressed in a blue tracksuit, was seen running from Billu’s Indian Eatery on Wigram Street in Harris Park in the moments after the shooting, which occurred just before 9pm on ...

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Israeli criminal attacked Gay Pride parade again, a girl killed and 5 wounded

Yishai Shlissel, a 39-year-old Israeli convicted criminal, murdered a 16-year-old girl and wounding five others at a Gay Pride parade. The attack occurred in Jerusalem’s city centre where hundreds of people were participating in the parade. It happened only three weeks after Shlissel released from ten years imprisonment for a similar attack in 2005. “The pride parade must be stopped in order for the soul of Shira Banki ...

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Houthi rockets killed at least 14 civilians in Yemen

Houthi militants fired rockets which killed at least 14 civilians in the Yemeni Highlands city of Taiz. Resident of Taiz told reporters that most of the victims were children. “The situation is awful and the fighting is happening on many fronts. All the hospitals have closed except for one, so there’s a shortage of medical care. Two rockets fell on the Deluxe neighborhood, killing 14 people, among ...

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2000-year-old temple in Syria was blown up by ISIS

An ancient temple of Baalshamin in the Syrian city of Palmyra was blown up by Islamic State (IS) militants according to Syrian officials and activists. The blast caused devastating damage to the temple and killed a prominent Syrian archaeologist, Khaled al-Asaad while he was working at the site. The temple is Unesco-listed and believe to be nearly 2,000 years old and one of the city’s best-known buildings. It was “an immense ...

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Abbott: Conservatives good for indigenous

It helps to have a conservative leader on your side. That’s Prime Minister Tony Abbott’s message on constitutional reform as he takes ministers and senior officials to the Torres Strait for the week. Mr Abbott said recognising indigenous people in the constitution had been a “long-term national project” kicked off by his conservative mentor John Howard in 1999. And in ...

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Australian sharemarket is diving amid a global sell-off sparked by fears of deflation

The Australian sharemarket is diving amid a global sell-off sparked by fears of deflation and standstill economic growth, with a plunge on the Chinese markets pushing the local index to a two-year low at noon. Stocks on the local exchange fell sharply at the open, with the benchmark index quickly moving to its lowest point since December 2013 in early ...

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