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Nov.16.2009
President Obama needs to show backbone when it comes to fighting for the values that his country and the rest of Western world hold. Sometimes, I think President  Obama is weak because he has a hard time standing up to dictators around the world when it comes to Human Rights, free speech, freedom...
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Nov.16.2009
Last week, I was at school and I was doing my project. My sisters sent me a message on Facebook to call them and I was worried because I thought something happened to my family or I was so afraid.      When I called my elder sister, I asked her about what was going on because one of my...
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Nov.16.2009
Things that I was miserable without    I wouldn't just mention one because when I was a kid; there were several possessions I was miserable without. I had lots of toys and I use to enjoy them very much. If I can think of a possession that I couldn't do without, it would be a new toy from...
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Nov.12.2009
The cry for freedom in Eastern Europe began in 1956, in Hungary when Hungarians decided to revolt the Stalinist  government of the People's Republic of Hungary and its Soviet-imposed policies, lasting from 23 October until 10 November 1956. The revolt began, while a student demonstration attracted...
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Nov.11.2009
“In a world where life has different seasons, we mustn’t give hope and believe we can make a difference.”     “We must not compromise what we stand for, even if some might feel offended by our values. Nor  must we apologize to the world for our values because they have shaped us to where...
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Nov.08.2009
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About Freedom of Press: The Sitting Duck   In a healthy society, it is important that journalists are free to do their reporting without facing violence, torture and even death. It’s part of our universal rights to have an independent press. I was watching Christiane Amanpour documentary “Scream...
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Nov.08.2009
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            About the book The Depth of My Soul is my first book and it was published on January the 9th 2009. The idea behind the title ethnology is my depth to cover general circumstances that happen in our daily live. In the book, I also cover issues we sometimes...
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Nov.07.2009
When I was a child, I went through many horrible things. I was a victim of incest.  I was four, when my one of my aunts, Judith who’s also biological mother’s youngest sister had an intercourse with me several times. My biological mother, Catherine and her family were calling me names and they use...
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Nov.06.2009
At Fort Hood, a soldier gunned down 12 and injured 31 people. His name is Nidal Malik Hassan. He opened fire at a military processing center and In my opinion the 39 year old psychiatrist felt like it was wrong for him to declare war against the Muslim world, while he being a Muslim himself. Malik...
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Nov.04.2009
Ladies and gentlemen, politicians and scientists, young and old, professors and teachers, parents and children, priests and religious leaders, rich and poor, married and singles, families and friends, businessmen and doctors, homeless and engineers. The Earth has sent us a message. She wants to...
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Nov.04.2009
  I left France and went in the Republic of the Congo, when I was a kid. When I came in the Congo, I felt something was different from my native country, France like the climate, the way of life and joy that I saw in people, the music and the cuisine. There were certain things that I didn’t...
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Nov.04.2009
  Saka-Saka (Cassava Leaves)       Saka-Saka (Saca-Saca, Sakasaka, and also known as Mpondou, Mpondu, or Pondu) is the Congolese word for cassava leaves, and the name of a dish made from them. Could "saka" be a Congolese pronunciation of "cassava", doubled...
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Oct.29.2009
The question I ask myself is why was that innocent woman killed in the court and I don't understand why the authorities didn't react earlier to avoid such a tragedy. Her name is Marwa Al-Sherbany and she is an Egyptian National who  was attacked for wearing an Islamic headscarf. The attacker, Alex...
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Oct.29.2009
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Yesterday, I was watching Pat Condell warning United States about Islamic laws like the Sharia Law. When I was watching his video, I discovered that many leaders from Muslim countries have demanded that the UN passes a law, which makes it a crime when it comes on criticizing their religion....
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Oct.24.2009
As you all know, I am an author and as an author, it's important that I value what the customer wants and make sure that I satify his/her needs. It's not any differen from booking business. When I published my books, I wasn't realizing that there were curcial mistakes that ought to be avoid. I made...
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