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  • Obama's calm is needed to balance the hotheads calling for war with Iran

    For op-ed writer Robert O. Freedman, it's not a question of if Israel is to launch an attack on Iran, but when ("Is reelection driving Obama's Israel policy?" March 7). I am tired of the hawks' view that every Middle Eastern episode of tension can be...
  • Despite Confession, Accused Terror Pipe Bomber Pleads Not Guilty

    Despite Confession, Accused Terror Pipe Bomber Pleads Not Guilty
    In court on Tuesday, a man who cops say was building bombs in his Upper Manhattan apartment pled not guilty, but prosecutors presented evidence that indicates Jose Pimentel posed an imminent danger to the public, and was inspired by some of the most...
  • By turning our soldiers into heroes, we mask their true sacrifice

    By turning our soldiers into heroes, we mask their true sacrifice
    No idea in American society is more pervasive than the notion that we all owe a debt of gratitude to the young men and women who have volunteered to fight our foreign wars. This nearly universal belief flows from a sense of collective guilt that the...
  • Worst nation in which to be Christian: and the winner is…

     
    North Korea again tops the list of the 10 worst countries to practice Christianity, according to ninth annual Open Doors World Watch List. Eight of the top 10 are Islamic nations, including seven that have stepped up their persecution in the past year....
  • Sacha Baron Cohen and Larry Charles re-team for ‘The Dictator’

     
    This just in from Paramount. Those “Borat/Bruno” boys Sacha Baron Cohen and his favorite director, the ever-unkempt Larry Charles, are teaming up for another comedy. But “The Dictator” won't be a mockumentary. Apparently. “...
  • Voices -- Mohamed ElBaradei

     
    Photo: Mohamed ElBaradei via Al Jazeera Calm Is Urged in Iran Debate * Mohamed ElBaradei, the U.N. nuclear agency chief, sees no imminent danger from Tehran and asks those discussing the issue to `lower the pitch.' March 31, 2006 By......
  • ARAB WORLD: How Tunisia's revolution transforms politics of Egypt and region

     
    The effects of the Tunisian revolt are reverberating around the Arab world. The effects are being felt most immediately in Egypt, but other societies are simmering as well. The most obvious effect is the empowerment of the citizen. The individual......
  • WEST BANK: Palestinians not allowed to show solidarity with Egyptians

     
    For the mainstream Palestinian Authority in the West Bank and its archrival the Islamist Hamas, which has ruled the Gaza Strip since June 2007, the turmoil in Egypt is a source of concern. In the West Bank, the pro-West Palestinian......
  • EGYPT: Expats celebrate fall of Mubarak

     
    Egyptian expatriates joined their countrymen celebrating the fall of President Hosni Mubarak on Friday. In London's upscale Mayfair neighborhood, about 200 people celebrated Mubarak's departure outside the Egyptian Embassy, where they beat drums, danced...
  • LIBYA: Moammar Kadafi's daughter reportedly attempts to fly to Malta

     
    Moammar Kadafi's daughter attempted to leave Libya for Malta before being turned away Wednesday, Al Jazeera English reported. Aicha Kadafi was aboard a small aircraft carrying 14 people and circled for 45 minutes until officials turned her away,...
  • Constitutional firestorm over Libya war and Biden's past impeachment words greet returning Obama

     
    The Democrat got U.N. permission for the military attack, but nothing from the U.S. Congress....