Friday, September 21, 2018

6 results for 'conflict'

Russia releases key findings on chemical attack near Aleppo

By Shaun Gibson, published on Sep 5, 2013

People injured in what the government said was a chemical weapons attack, breathe through oxygen masks as they are treated at a hospital in the Syrian city of Aleppo March 19, 2013 (Reuters / George Ourfalian) :

Probes from Khan al-Assal show chemicals used in the March 19 attack did not belong to standard Syrian army ammunition, and that the shell carrying the substance was similar to those made by a rebel fighter group, the Russian Foreign Ministry stated.

RT's LIVE UPDATES on Syrian 'chemical weapons' crisis >

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Tags: terrorism, russia, war, arms, army, violence, un, conflict, syria

When Marriage Feels Like a Meat Grinder

By melanie jean juneau, published on Jan 7, 2013

The funny thing is, it is only when you face a crisis in your marriage and seek counselling, that anyone mentions that all marriages go through the meat grinder stage.

In fact marriage is the perfect set-up for conflict. Put two flawed people together from opposite traditions, backgrounds and expectations who love each other and watch them "let their hair down". Both feel secure. They trust the other and so they relax their polite facades. Soon their wounds begin to surface. Usually they only react and blow up with each other. They push each other's buttons. Then the natural thought... (more)

Tags: growth, conflict, marriage problems

Which side to support, Palestine or Israel?

By Rahul, published on Nov 29, 2012

Too much muttering is going on among many Indians about the Palestine Israel conflict. So many photos of dead children, burned houses, crying mothers and many more are circulating on facebook declaring their support for Palestine. Most of it insist or even plead to the Indian government to support Palestine and criticize Israel for its brutal actions. The episode that is taking place now is not at all one sided as most suggest, the Hamas are raining missiles over Israeli towns too but the reason for less or no causalities from the Israeli side is because of its counter missile systems. The... (more)

Tags: religion, israel, india, peace, sri lanka, Civil War, conflict, palestine, stop violence

Lunatic Having his Luna to Smile With

By Uttam Gill, published on Jan 3, 2012…Am I exhibiting an enlightenment…No… no, see my starvation for light… We are piling our ignorance and in semantic state refuse to budge and so therefore refuse to see the light too.

How stupid we are…we are failing and still claiming our success over the mindless bloody conflicts, over the disgusting rituals, customs and sickening beliefs…I am aghast to see this erosion…but who cares…a loner is a loner…still I wish to be not what many wish to see me as…my melancholic aspirations surely would be defined as out of box thinking but rest assured, I won’t feast ... (more)

Tags: life, belief, conflict, lunatic, luna

Poem Two: our peace

By Ahsan Daredia, published on Nov 23, 2011

with God’s choice, you’re matched with a life

a simple lottery number, you are born into the very rich

the very poor

the simple middle. you ask questions but the answers are


a tiny prayer offered before a scarce meal

gluttony at it’s finest & greed sky high

our world becomes demoralized by the second

we hope

i pray

she withers away

he needs a casket

but who can afford one?

one human race

divided into many useless groups

who do you follow?

your mosque, your solitude

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Tags: peace, humanity, conflict

What the *&?**$?#? to do about conflict?

By TonyBerkman, published on Jul 31, 2010

Conflict at work, at home, caused by differences of opinion is an inevitable part of lives. Each of us has a different way of managing conflicts. In business conflicts are an important part of creativity, solving problems and overall business growth. It could be said that the same applies to our personal relationships.

At an intellectual level it’s easy to see why differences of opinion can lead to great harms or benefits. The majority of people would prefer the latter. Yet, when conflicts arise the latter, typically does not occur Most people rely on the built “fight or flight”... (more)

Tags: business, conflict, disagreements, conflict resolution, steven covey, criticism

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