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Salem-News.com (Dec-07-2013 13:01)

Nelson Mandela `Greatness Doesn`t Go On Sale!`

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.

(CLEVELAND) - Nelson Mandela 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.

Indeed, he taught us many lessons about life and death and the need to remain strong when faced with an inflexible system created by human beings who truly viewed their existence as more important, more valuable.

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Salem-News.com (Nov-13-2013 15:24)

To Liberals: Wake up About Militias: Just Another Part of the Exploding Localization Movement

Many consider local food a drop in the bucket, up against industrial agriculture, not realizing its power.

(WASHINGTON, DC) - Modern day militia 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.

In every one of the major areas where localization is bursting forth, there are major government efforts to malign those involved, to block information, to use regulations and unconstitutional laws and/or police to crush what works and any new initiatives.

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Salem-News.com (Aug-22-2013 02:18)

Hilarious: Aljazeera & MB Duplicity Caught on Camera

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.

(ALEXANDRIA, Egypt) - Egypt MB siege Though we live in the so called world of information, yet we are soaked to the eye brows in total deception and misinformation.

We need, more than ever, to know what’s really happening next door and everywhere on the globe.

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Salem-News.com (Jul-23-2013 11:16)

Egypt: What Now?

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?

(KUALA LAMPUR) - Egypt 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?

It would be hazardous to try to predict the future, given the uncertainties that befuddle the present. There is however one possible scenario that one hopes will not be the fate of Egypt.

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Salem-News.com (Jul-15-2013 19:54)

The Rhetoric of Spreading Democracy ---The World isn`t Buying it

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.

(JAMESTOWN, RI) - Salem-News.com The Egyptian people love the American people, but hate our government, as do many other people in nations around the world.

A recent poll showed the people of Egypt hate the US government more than most other populations, so we must ask why? For the past 30 years the US government financially supported Egypt with an enormous annual contribution of $1.3 billion.

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Salem-News.com (Jul-13-2013 10:50)

US Bankrolled Anti-Morsi Activists

Documents reveal US money trail to Egyptian groups that pressed for president's removal.

(BERKELEY, CA) - Egyptian protesters tear down the US flag during a demonstration at the US Embassy in September 2012 [EPA] President Barack Obama recently stated the United States was not taking sides as Egypt's crisis came to a head with the military overthrow of the democratically elected president.

But a review of dozens of US federal government documents shows Washington has quietly funded senior Egyptian opposition figures who called for toppling of the country's now-deposed president Mohamed Morsi.

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Salem-News.com (Jun-27-2013 16:54)

Global Consumer Watchdog Applauds White House for Suspending Trade Privileges with Bangladesh

SumOfUs.org holds corporations accountable for their actions and forge a new, sustainable and just path for our global economy.

(WASHINGTON DC) - Bangladesh flags Statement by Kaytee Riek, campaign manager for SumOfUs.org, on President Obama’s decision to suspend trade privileges with Bangladesh over concerns about safety problems and labor rights violations in that country’s garment industry:

"We join with workers across the world in applauding President Obama and the White House for taking steps to pressure the Bangladeshi government to follow through with improving the working conditions..."

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Salem-News.com (Mar-14-2013 18:43)

Bangladesh: Trial by Politics - The Series

A report into the alleged war crimes trials in Bangladesh.

(DHAKA, Bangladesh) - Arrest of Jamaat-e-Islam member Islam Channel TV has produced a revealing series on the problems in Bangladesh that have left more than 150 dead, and a nation on a new page.

Muslim political leaders are being tried for war crimes from more than 40 years ago, during the revolution and war against Pakistan.

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Salem-News.com (Mar-13-2013 11:11)

Bangladesh Govt. Liable for Violent Clashes: Stephen Lendman

Reports say home-made bombs exploded in central part of the city, where several people including protesters and security forces were injured.

(DHAKA, Bangladesh) - Protests in Bangladesh An analyst says the Bangladeshi government is responsible for the violent clashes that are breaking out in the South Asian country as it has left the people no choice but to “fight fire with fire.”

The comment comes as clashes erupted between Bangladeshi police and protesters over controversial trials of opposition politicians including leaders of the country’s Jamaat-e-Islami party.

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Salem-News.com (Mar-11-2013 15:57)

New Documentary: Bangladesh A Trial by Politics

Are the controversial war crime trials in Bangladesh fair or warranted?

(SACRAMENTO, CA) - Images calling for the public execution of officials accompany the so-called Shahbag movement. Salem-News.com's William Nicholas Gomes, has been filing reports about the new political movement in Bangladesh that seeks to convict senior Muslim leaders for complicity in the 1971 Genocide.

The truth, as the video below reveals, is that all of the major political parties in Bangladesh have members suspected of war crimes, but only particular opposition parties are being singled out.

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