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Month: December 2015

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sraeli MK: burning Palestinian boys is not act of terror

Dec 12, 2015 In his remarks, the MK justifies burning the Palestinian family to death in West Bank at the end of July In his words, Smotrich referred to the arson attack and murder of a Palestinian father, wife and little child in the village of Duma in the occupied West Bank city of Nablus…
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Where was the patriotism of the RSS and Hindu Mahasabha for 22 years between 1925-1947

Where was the patriotism of the RSS and Hindu Mahasabha for 22 years between 1925-1947? Date:  December 12, 2015 Historian Irfan Habib on the rightwing project of mythologizing of history     The freedom enjoyed by RSS and other Sanghis was wrested from the British with the blood of Muslims of Kerala and other parts…
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THEREMIN’S BUG: HOW THE SOVIET UNION SPIED ON THE US EMBASSY FOR 7 YEARS

THEREMIN’S BUG: HOW THE SOVIET UNION SPIED ON THE US EMBASSY FOR 7 YEARS  113 Comments by:   Adam Fabio December 8, 2015     The man leaned over his creation, carefully assembling the tiny pieces. This was the hardest part, placing a thin silver plated diaphragm over the internal chamber. The diaphragm had to be strong enough…
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Muslim Man is Described as ‘The World’s Kindest Man’ by a Complete Stranger. Here’s Why

Muslim Man is Described as ‘The World’s Kindest Man’ by a Complete Stranger. Here’s Why: Verity Jones, a disabled mother from Bedford, England posted a message on a Facebook group used for selling/swapping items asking if anyone was willing to deliver some nappies for her: Help!!! This is a long shot but has anyone got…
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Bumbling Bureaucratic B@stards caused the Chennai Flood?

Delay in decision to open sluice gates caused flood of trouble TNN | Dec 9, 2015, 07.23AM IST inShare6 CHENNAI: The flood that ravaged Chennai last week was not a natural disaster, but one caused by the state bureaucracy’s failure to regulate release of water from Chembarambakkam reservoir (lake) in the outskirts of the city.  Those privy…
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6 FAVOURITE RETORTS OF MODI AND HIS BHAKTS

6 FAVOURITE RETORTS OF MODI AND HIS BHAKTS In a democracy, politics is like an act, political parties and their ideologies are narratives, politicians are actors and people are the audience. If the audience likes the narrative and actors, they clap and give them another chance to perform. Else, new narratives and new actors are…
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Dutch pranksters trick people with ‘Quran’ passages from Bible

Dutch pranksters trick people with ‘Quran’ passages from Bible       RYAN STULTZ ARTICLE AUTHOR MORE POSTS BY AUTHOR Dutch YouTube channel Dit is Normaal (This is Normal) has exposed how much of people’s views on Islam are based on prejudice in its latest episode, “The Holy Quran Experiment.” Dit is Normaal travels to random Dutch cities…
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Amir wrongfully jailed for 14 years as terrorist, Rs 5 lakh relief is too much for Delhi Govt?

Amir wrongfully jailed for 14 years as terrorist, Rs 5 lakh relief is too much for Delhi Govt? National Human Rights Commission to Delhi Government: Show cause why Rs.5 lakh be not recommended as relief to Mohammad Amir for his wrongful confinement for 14 years as a terrorist The Milli Gazette Online Published Online: Dec…
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Hyperloop Transportation Almost There

  By Alexander Chee | Photographs by Spencer Lowell for The Wall Street Journal   THERE’S A FUTURE we’ve seen in science fiction for so long it almost seems like the past: people whisked from one place to another inside tube trains that crisscross the landscape. But imagine you could board one and travel from Los Angeles to San…
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John Cusack and Arundhati Roy: Things That Can and Cannot Be Said

John Cusack and Arundhati Roy: Things That Can and Cannot Be Said John Cusack in conversation with Arundhati Roy. By John Cusack, Arundhati Roy / AlterNet November 30, 2015     Print 21 COMMENTS   “Every nation-state tends towards the imperial – that is the point. Through banks, armies, secret police, propaganda, courts and jails, treaties, taxes, laws and…
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