Yesterday Donald Trump announced that the US officially recognizes Jerusalem as the capitol of Israel, that the land now belongs to Israel and the US will be moving an embassy into the city for the first time in history. Here is my take on the biggest news event so far this “Christmas Season.”
For those of you whom think that Anonymous is just a random group of computer hackers, here is a look at one of “the groups” largest and longest running operations – #OpSafeWinter – as well as some of the great things people have accomplished through it in the past.
The treaty was negotiated by more than 70 countries at the United Nations Minamata Convention on Mercury and went into effect for the first time today.
4 years to the day, not a single Government official has been held accountable for their role in the Rabaa Massacre of 2013, during which Government forces led by President al-Sisi, whom had assumed control of the country through military coup 2 weeks earlier, literally slaughtered over 1,000 protestors in the streets of Cairo for opposing his rule. In the years to follow, as many as 1,700 people have been “disappeared” by Sisi’s regime, hundreds more have been incarcerated and journalists whom report on these events continue to be imprisoned without trial.
These days, it is virtually impossible for any person to criticize Israel or have a rational conversation about the country and their activities. In this article, I will attempt to factually breakdown some of the largest lies and fallacies surrounding the political practices of Israel right now and let the facts speak for themselves.
Speaking towards protestors at his 2nd State of The Union address, Duterte did not shy away from international criticism regarding his administrations brutal crackdown on drugs. On the contrary, Duterte promises to be even more “unrelenting” in his 2nd year in office.
In an update from an article written in November of last year, earlier this week, Nigeria played host to massive anti-Government rallies. According to reports, Nigerians were protesting forced eviction recently carried out by Nigerian police in the coastal city of Lagos.
This weekend Uganda played host to the first annual Nile Basin Countries Summit. Most notably among the attendees was President Sisi of Egypt and President Desalegne of Ethiopia. Historically Egypt has refused to negotiate their share of the Nile with African Nations up stream and unfortunately, this week was not much different.
Taking the opportunity to educate people why refugees are not the enemy, but rather some of the most vulnerable people in society whom deserve our support. As well as to remind people why the notion of “Nationalism” is a complete fallacy.