Thursday, December 13, 2018

94 results for 'israel'

Scientific Arrogance and Financial Politics Prevents a World without Cancer

By Credo, published on Jun 18, 2007

...years in advance. However these positive findings have been looked upon by the medical authorities with great distain. As always I urge everyone to further investigate these findings and I also submit a film which is located at the bottom of a written document, information that compares Israel to Cancer. I don’t advocate or discourage this written document, I am merely pointing you toward the introduction of the film concerning cancer, it is very important. Read “A World without Cancer - A World without Israel” and then watch the film on cancer at. The medical... (more)

Tags: israel

Librescu Day

By Invisible African, published on Jun 16, 2007

...was barely nine when World War II broke out and could only watch as his government, also in the name of freedom, helped the Nazis annihilate hundreds of thousands of Romania's Jewish citizens. Luckily he survived, became an accomplished scientist and, in 1986, after living several years in Israel, left for Virginia on a sabbatical and never looked back. Little did he know that years later a frustrated, mentally-ill college student would alone succeed where the focused efforts of the entire Nazi Party had failed. Still, Librescu's death will have been partly in vain if teachers ignore... (more)

Tags: iraq, new york, myspace, music, israel, britney spears, education, china

Jammin' at UCLA JazzReggae Fest

By Ricky Ricardo, published on May 31, 2007

...Grammy Award winning vocalist. Day Two of the UCLA JazzReggae Fest served up a different vibe on Monday. Reggae was music of choice dished out in various forms-roots reggae legend Luciano was the headliner. Other notable performers were Cham, General Degree, Mr. Peppa, LovaBoy, ElJai, Joseph Israel, Syren,Ms. Triniti/E Dee turning up the heat with some dancehall and soca. A good time was had by all in attendance at the 21st Annual UCLA JazzReggae Fest 2007. This is the largest student run festival in the country. The 21st Annual UCLA JazzReggae Fest 2007 took the first step to... (more)

Tags: los angeles, new york, jazz, california, music, israel

Roman Greenberg's Boxing Shorts on the Block

By Ed Attanasio, published on Apr 30, 2007

...Couch (9-0-0). Greenberg lives and trains in the UK. Greenberg is not only a great fighter, but he’s smart, well-spoken and comes from a very talented family. He speaks four languages – Hebrew, Russian, German and English. His brother was the Junior Chess Champion of Israel in 2004. Greenberg is proud to be Jewish and wears the Star of David on his trunks. “Through the Star of David, I represent Israel and myself,” Greenberg said. “All through history, Jews have always had to fight for their freedom and for their lives. When I come out... (more)

Tags: new york, israel

BrooWaha: Mobilizing citizen journalists

By Poh Si Teng, published on Apr 19, 2007

...serious than they are. Newspapers are much better in that sense, but as I explained above, they need to embrace the Internet wave and the blogging phenomenon instead of fighting it. One of the ways in which mainstream media personally affected my life is in its coverage of the situation in Israel and the Middle East. Growing up as an Israeli in France, I was made to listen to an extremely biased centralized media, as were my classmates. It caused me problems when people would develop a hatred for me or what I stood for based on mis-information acquired by often ill-researched news.... (more)

Tags: los angeles, venice beach, journalism, citizen journalism, atlanta, france, movie, israel, broowaha

Weekly Review

By D. E. Carson, published on Apr 15, 2007

... Damascus was nothing more than a blatant and in-your-face nose-thumbing at President Bush and Secretary of State Rice. Speaker Pelosi ignored the White House’s direct request not to go to Syria. Furthermore, when she got to Syria, she lied to al-Assad saying that she had a message from Israeli Prime Minister Olmert indicating that Israel was “ready to discuss peace”. A statement from the Israeli leader denies any such intentions. Pelosi’s trip opens the door for the United States to consider charging Speaker Pelosi with violations of the Logan Act, which... (more)

Tags: iraq, terrorism, israel

Kabbalah's Karen Berg: Her God Wears Lipstick

By Savattra, published on Apr 4, 2007

... She is profit-ess (NOT prophetess) in the spirit of the Golden Lamb married to a man who believes himself a direct descendant of Moses and has a Ph.D. of dubious origin. I wonder if the IRS opened the books whether they would find out how much of the money goes to legitimate Jewish agencies in Israel and elsewhere. Her God does wear lipstick ... and his name is Lucifer.....besides what kind of Jewess preaching the Law of Moses has any credibility when she herself has broken his commandments (adultery, fraud, covetousness, theft, etc) and feels no remorse for hurting another woman and eight ... (more)

Tags: judaism, religion, israel

Israel Lobby: Helping or Hurting the U.S.?

By TheTruth, published on Mar 19, 2007

The United States has a long history of lobbyists, which by definition are persons who try to influence legislation on behalf of a special interest, to help gain support for their causes. In the case of the relations between the United States and Israel, a certain group called the "Israel Lobbyists", are those who influence, directly or indirectly, American foreign policy for the support of Israel. In March, 2006, John Mearsheimer and Stephen Walt wrote an article entitled "The Israel Lobby and U.S. Foreign Policy". In this article, Mearsheimer and Walt bluntly address the issues that lay... (more)

Tags: israel, us foreign policy, the israel lobby, john mearsheimer. stephen walt, us israeli relations

A Taste of Siena

By TheTruth, published on Mar 19, 2007

... the artists are displayed through photography, film, canvas, cartoons and even in t-shirt form. The artists were able to stray from the popularity of criticizing the current war on Iraq. Many artists brought to light struggles that aren’t usually focused on such as the crises in Rwanda, Israel and Palestine. These artists weren’t relying on their opinions alone – the pieces were fact-forward and well-researched. Emily Jacir, a popular artist in New York, had been inspired by a woman whose boyfriend was killed in Rome at the height of the Munich conflict. Jacir used... (more)

Tags: iraq, new york, photography, israel

Slip Into Summer

By V, published on Mar 9, 2007

...existence. I’ve heard tales of a contra deal teaching a young Bedouin to dive in Egypt’s Red Sea in exchange for a survival course – several days on a stallion across the desert, cooking Bedouin dishes in the sand on an open fire. Stories of dangerous diving in Israel, stints in the majestic Great Barrier Reef, lucrative cash runs in the Bahamas, dolphins in the Gulf of Thailand and close shaves with Australian sharks. Young, working divers find that their jobs fund extensive traveling, often being based in beautiful and exotic locales in every corner of... (more)

Tags: california, hollywood, music, israel

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