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A Thick Red Line

Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu drew, literally, a thick red line on a cartoon-like cardboard to represent the no cross point his government is prepared to wait before act in front of the capability of Iran to have a deadly nuclear bomb. “Red lines don’t lead to war; red lines prevent war”, he said. But the […]

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Obama tries to explain freedom of speech to extremists in the Arab countries

President Obama used his address to the UN General Assembly today among other important things to try to teach extremists what means for Americans Free Speech after the killing ambassador Chris Stevens in Benghazi, Libya in the uprising provoked by the airing of a crude video mocking and insulting Muhammad made in the US by […]

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Mr. Putin wants more weapons and no American aid

Vladimir Putin is moving towards a cold-war mood. in a few days he canceled the 20 years-old USAID program for Russia and announced a huge defense industry modernization program. He decided to abruptly terminate all the USAID’s programs in Russia amid old-fashioned accusations that you can translated in that old soviet idea: this american aid […]

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From the video to the cartoons: why can't we respect each other?

We are in the middle of the uprising of violence because of the video against the Prophet Mohammad that had spread through many muslim countries and produced violence against American  and western interests with deaths,  among them the killing of the first American ambassador fallen in duty in thirty years, Chris Stevens, in Libya, and […]

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The courage of the Pope in the Middle East

The visit of the Pope Benedict XVI to Lebanon has been a cry against fundamentalism and for peace and an act of courage from his part and from the part of the people who was following him in the acts of the trip above all the representatives of the churches and religions, the young people […]

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The Pope in Lebanon

“The happy coexistence of Islam and Christianity, two religions that have helped to shape great cultures, is what makes for the originality of social, political and religious life in Lebanon. One can only rejoice in this circumstance, which must absolutely be encouraged. I entrust this wish to the religious leaders of your country.” – Pope […]

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The courageous Pope in Lebanon

“I have also come to say how important the presence of God is in the life of everyone and how the manner of coexistence, this conviviality to which your country wishes to bear witness, will run deep only if it is founded upon a welcoming regard for the other and upon an attitude of benevolence, […]

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Obama, Netanyahu and Iran

Mr. Netanyahu, Prime Minister of Israel is angry because apparently, the president of the US, mr. Obama doesn’t have time to meet him in New York to talk about go to war against Iran. Something Israel is pressing, hopping that doing so in a presidential campaign time could be more convincing, and the US Administration […]

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Minor tone

This 9/11 in New York was hard, like always, played in a minor tone like some sad and somehow talking about the loneliness of pain melody. No politicians, they said, that’s good. But no authorities at the memorial? It’s not the biggest tragedy of the city? Do the families of the victims deserve to stay alone […]

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Democratic convention and Jerusalem

A big disappointment about internal democracy in the democratic convention because of Jerusalem. The sentence “Jerusalem is and will remain the capital of Israel” had been  removed from the platform because of the negotiations in progress about the future of the city backed by the Obama’s Administration. The criticism made the President and his people propose […]

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