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Terorist attacks on mosques in Bosnia

The first day of Eid ul-Adha;or as the muslims in Bosnia call it the Kurban Bayram holiday has been the most restless day in the day.Besides numerous politic scandals which schocked the public in this country the fact that a Mosque in a small town of Gacko near serbian/bosnian border was burned to the ground. At a second day od the holiday an unknow group of terrorist in the city of Banja Luka organized...
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  • December 12, 2008 9:33 am

You are needed to bring back the suffering Christians in Orissa

Mam/Sir, perhaps you are not at all aware of the horrible things that are taking place in the state of Orissa. Ove here the Chriatians are being persecuted. more than 50,000 children men and women of the Local chriatians of Orissa are in Forests and Goverment made camps. The VHP and hindu fundamental groups thretening to kill all those christians enbter into their nagative home unless they reconvert...

Dignity and Justice For All

“Dignity and justice For All” / Elahe Amani (December 10th, International Human Rights Day) This article was written in Dec 2007 Today we not only celebrate Human Rights Day, but also the launch of the year long campaign leading to the 60th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. The theme for 2008, the year long campaign is “Dignity and justice for all of us”. As we reflect...

ECONOMY THAT HEALS: CHALLENGE OF THE NEW EPOCH

Erle Frayne Argonza Magandang Hapon! Good afternoon! Please know first that this writer/analyst is both (b) economist and (b) mystic-healer. For some time now, the challenge of contributing to the construction of an ‘economy that heals’ has been knocking at my ‘mental coconut’, a task that explains this article and many yet that will succeed this one. As an economist, my lines of subspecializations...

Gaza-Sderot : life in spite of everything

http://gaza-sderot.arte.tv A series of chronicles (60×2 minutes) documenting ordinary lives of a set of characters in Gaza (Palestine) and Sderot (Israel). How to go on living in a time and place of conflict? The chronicles will be the joint effort of Israeli and Palestinian film makers with the support of French producers and Arte-France and its web team. They will be aired on television and...
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  • December 10, 2008 9:27 pm

Freedom in Balkans

Political freedom is usually described as the absence of interference with the sovereignty of an individual by the use of coercion or aggression. Often word “Liberty” – the condition in which an individual has the ability to act according to his or her own will – has been connected to freedom and social anarchists see negative and positive liberty as complementary concepts of freedom. Freedom...
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  • December 10, 2008 7:58 am

Security

Security By Krishna Hari Pushkar It is a multifarious term. The meaning of security is today based on various circumstances and contexts. Conventionally, security is meant similar as safety or protection. Scholar claims, it is a situation of being protected against danger, losses or any types of attacks. Accordingly, this paper begins with the fundamental discussions of the meaning and definition of...

TransConflict Serbia – www.transconflict.com

TransConflict Serbia – www.transconflict.com TransConflict Serbia was established in response to the growing challenges to intra- and inter- ethnic relations in the Western Balkans following Kosovo’s declaration of independence. It is TransConflict Serbia’s assertion that the successful transformation of conflict requires a multi-dimensional approach that engages with and aims at...

When Would You Say “Enough”?

By David Swanson The U.S. Constitution does not explicitly limit the pardon power except in cases of impeachment, and no court has ever done so either. But try this little thought experiment about an imaginary president and then tell me if you think the pardon power is unlimited. Imagine that you took your family to the White House for a Christmas tree lighting ceremony, and you were all standing in...

Proposal for United for Peace and Justice

By David Swanson The largest peace coalition in the United States, United for Peace and Justice, will meet in Chicago on December 12 through 14th to set its agenda for the coming year. A draft Strategic Framework is already available. It includes four area for the peace movement to work on: 1) We remain committed to the urgent goal that has always been the centerpiece of our work: immediately ending...

2008….2009

Greetings all! I find myself a bit awkward at the moment, as these are the first words I have ever “blogged.” Well, that wasn’t so bad 🙂 As you can see from my profile, I am a professor of political science and director of our department, called the School of Social Sciences, at a regional state university in Louisiana. We’re in the northwestern part of the state, and called...

PAKISTAN’S CREATION, AFGHAN OPIUM: BRITISH TRADE LINKS

Erle Frayne Argonza In the name of the Father (British oligarchy), the Son (Pakistan) and of the Holy Spirit (Afghan opium). So mote it be. Pakistan and India are now on the verge of another war, one that will extend the frontiers of a brewing World War III to the South Asian corridor. Many are befuddled by the events in the region, the continuing animosities among the erstwhile ‘sibling’ neighbors,...

Stop to Ukraine’s and Georgia’s Nato dreams can start the policy of detente again

The Foreign Ministers of Nato have decided during their “transatlantic dinner” (2.12.2008) that Ukraine and Georgia will not get the NATO Membership Action Plan (MAP). US, Poland and Baltic States were supporting MAP for both states however “the old” continental Europe was against. The background is of course recent conflict in Georgia, turmoil in domestic politics in Ukraine....
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  • December 3, 2008 11:44 pm

Krishna Mural in Yoga Vidya Köln, Germany

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African Children of Peace Clubs Intercede for Airspace Safety in Nigeria

Following the Sosoliso aircrash in December 2006 at the Port Harcourt Int’l Airport involving school children returning home for Christmas, the African Children of Peace Clubs have been interceding for airspace safety in Nigeria. The first three editions of the prayer took place at the Murtala Mohamed Int’l Airport in Ikeja Lagos on March 11, 2007, October 17, 2007 and May 16, 2008. The...

Mumbai Attack

For me its a kind of early warning of a south asian regional war,If the situation is not understood by many in the authority. The reluctant to see a region full of war lies deep in my imagination. What will be ur ideas in this regard?

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  • December 1, 2008 5:00 pm

Radical Islamists arming their selves in Balkans

Radical Islam is again in headlines thanks for recent attack in Mumbai. Already during battle discussion had started about foreign connections of terrorists. Besides Pakistan also British and Bosnian connections were mentioned. The question is mostly related to Muslim immigrants living in West. As far as Bosnia or western Balkans is concerned the core problem is created after mid-90s when region started...
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  • November 30, 2008 7:08 pm

HEALING GLOBAL ECONOMY VIA NEW FINANCIAL ARCHITECTURE

Erle Frayne D. Argonza Magandang hapon! Good afternoon! Buenos tardes! At this juncture, this economist, who is also a healer (pranic healer, soul healer, psychosocial counselor), will begin to articulate economic problems from a wellness vantage point. I will be calling the paradigm ‘healing economics’ as a fusion of wellness principles and economic analysis. If we observe the ‘treatment’...

Ending Violence Against Women, A Dream No Longer Can Be Deferred

(16 Day of Global Activism Against Gender Violence- Nov 25th- Dec. 10th )
Thursday 27 November 2008
http://www.iran- women-solidarity .net/spip. php?article584

UN adopts 6-point plan for Kosovo – bye bye independence experiment

A week ago I wrote here an article “UN deciding over plan for Kosovo – which plan to select?”. On the table was a 6-point plan negotiated between UN and Serbia, and a 4-point plan, a declaration by Kosovo’s separatist government. Now we know the answer – 6-point plan was selected unanimously in UNSC. Next question would be the consequences of decision. The Decision The UN Security Council...
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  • November 28, 2008 6:41 am
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