Featured Blog Posts – March 2012 Archive (4)

On behalf of 8th of March, a vandalism gift to poor Afghan women from Afghanistan Islamic Council and President Karzai

For separation of men and women we need two of each, two parliament two national council…

I hate to call myself as an Afghan as a vandalist as a discriminator and as a cruel, Afghanistan Islamic Council the first and high Islamic Council in Afghanistan call women as a pet to men under the hidden words, and order them that they can’t go anywhere without the ancestors. Afghanistan a country surrendered by bad tradition as always now…

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Added by Malik Faisal Moonzajer on March 8, 2012 at 7:44 — 2 Comments

What has Mitt Romney got against Europe and the Europeans?

The unexpected (for some) and unfortunate (for the world) end of the 'American Dream' is driving the US politics to find a scapegoat for their crisis. 

US Elections' Republicans candidates are struggling for words to fight the inevitable interventions of the Social State in the life of Americans.

But some one like Mitt Romney seems to believe he has found that throwing the blame on Europe will be his 'Golden Fleece' that will protect him from more sensible and reasonable…

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Added by Lucio Menin on March 6, 2012 at 15:09 — No Comments

Netanyahu and Obama's stand on Iran; release of an Israeli spy still ignored.

For the past 27 years, Israel has been trying to free Jonathan Pollard, a civilian American Naval intelligence Analyst.  Both US and Israel have kept him under a plea agreement. Years back, Jonathan found out about an undeclared intelligence embargo continuing in US under which Israel was not given information regarding vital information about Syrian, Iraqi, Libyan and Iranian nuclear weapons/ capabilities. Under ideological sense, Jonathan felt it was his prime duty to deliver these…

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Added by Shubhda Chaudhary on March 5, 2012 at 11:54 — No Comments

Language as Filter of Perceived Information

 

‘’The vocabulary we have does more than communicate our knowledge: it shapes what we can know’’ Evaluate this…

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Added by Leon Craats on March 5, 2012 at 11:49 — No Comments

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