December 8, 2013
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Salem-News.com (Dec-07-2013 13:01)
Nelson Mandela `Greatness Doesn`t Go On Sale!`Poem by Luke Easter Salem-News.com
The world is still fighting racism the same way it always has, but under Nelson Mandela things improved, and we were inspired to see change.
Nelson Mandela's name will live through history as one of the world's greatest leaders. He rose to power when he was most needed by a population forced to live as a second-class people.
Salem-News.com (Dec-06-2013 12:12)
Nelson Mandela, South Africa`s Moral Center is Dead at 95Ralph E. Stone Salem-News.com
Nelson Mandela affectionately known as Madiba is dead at 95. A great man has died.
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Mandela served as President of South Africa from 1994 to 1999. He was the first South African president to be elected in a fully representative democratic election.
Salem-News.com (Dec-05-2013 21:34)
What Didn`t Kill Mandela Made Him StrongerDave Swanson Special to Salem-News.com
Mandela the man who negotiated a peaceful change, who forgave, who apologized, who sympathized, who showed a way for nations to live up to the standards of our children...
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Nelson Mandela's story, if told as a novel, would not be deemed possible in real life. Worse, we don't tell such stories in many of our novels.
Salem-News.com (Dec-05-2013 19:10)
The Legacy of Nelson MandelaDavid Mikhai for Salem-News.com
“Apartheid corroded the very essence of life in South Africa,” Mandela wrote. “This is why the country’s emerging political leaders are challenged to build a nation in which all people—irrespective of race, color, creed, religion, or sex—can assert fully their human worth...”
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Today the world mourns the death of Nelson Mandela, the former president of South Africa and Nobel Peace Prize laureate.
Salem-News.com (Dec-05-2013 18:54)
Nelson Mandela`s Death StingsTim King Salem-News.com
We need more leaders like Mandela in this world...
I should not be shocked over my own personal reaction to this news I suppose, but it hurts and it makes me very sad. It isn't the loss specifically; this great man more than did his part while living on this earth. It is quite honestly, the lack of men like him that makes me shudder.
Salem-News.com (Dec-05-2013 18:32)
World Says Goodbye to Nelson MandelaSalem-News.com
We give thanks for his life, his leadership, his devotion to humanity and humanitarian causes. We salute our friend, colleague and comrade and thank him for his sacrifices for our freedom.
It is with the deepest regret that we have learned of the passing of our founder, Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela – Madiba. The Presidency of the Republic of South Africa will shortly make further official announcements.
Salem-News.com (Nov-13-2013 15:24)
To Liberals: Wake up About Militias: Just Another Part of the Exploding Localization MovementR. Hue Reddy Special to Salem-News.com
Many consider local food a drop in the bucket, up against industrial agriculture, not realizing its power.
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This is not about local food anymore. It is about a push for everything local and the local plans that can free us from debt, from corruption, from fear, from sickness, from control, from ignorance, from isolation and loneliness, from joblessness, from injustice.
Salem-News.com (Aug-22-2013 02:18)
Hilarious: Aljazeera & MB Duplicity Caught on CameraDr. Ashraf Ezzat Salem-News.com
We didn’t oust Morsi for his diplomatic or economic failures- you’ll be surprised to find out how adaptively everyday Egyptians, over the heavy years, learned to live with such failures. We ousted him, by a revolution, for his loyalty to the MB was far more than to the state of Egypt.
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Though we live in the so called world of information, yet we are soaked to the eye brows in total deception and misinformation.
Salem-News.com (Jul-23-2013 11:16)
Egypt: What Now?Dr. Chandra Muzaffar for Salem-News.com
If this is the situation vis-a-vis the military, on the one hand, and the Ikhwan, on the other, what hope is there for the Egyptian people?
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In the wake of the military coup of July 3rd 2013, the question that is on the lips of many people is what is going to happen now in Egypt? How will the situation evolve? What is the future of the 80 million people who live in that ancient land?
Salem-News.com (Jul-15-2013 19:54)
The Rhetoric of Spreading Democracy ---The World isn`t Buying itJoe Clifford Salem-News.com
Under US law the government cannot financially support a "military coup", so their solution is to avoid calling it what it is, making us a laughing stock around the world.
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The Egyptian people love the American people, but hate our government, as do many other people in nations around the world.
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