Monthly Archives: November 2015

Story of two survivors: From a boat carrying 500 refugees sunk at sea

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Celebrating Scottish wildlife

Originally posted on The Muslim Times:
BP6GAX Scottish Crossbill, Loxia scottica. Image shot 2008. Exact date unknown. Source: BBC November 30 is Saint Andrew’s Day, Scotland’s national day. Saint Andrew is the patron saint of Scotland, among other countries, and…

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The West (mostly USA) cultivated Osama bin Laden: Launching his warriors on the road to peace? Really?

Originally posted on Adonis Diaries:
? How the West cultivated Osama bin Laden We needn’t reach back far into history, just a few decades. A much-circulated photo of an article published in British newspaper the Independent in 1993 exemplifies the…

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Another cult-like status in Syria? Who is Suheil Al-Hassan “The Tiger”?

Originally posted on Adonis Diaries:
Another cult-like status in Syria?  Who is Suheil Al-Hassan “The Tiger”? Nov. 25, 2015 by Al-Souria Net (opposition website) Al-Hassan’s cult-like status has helped him cement an image of a fearless and merciless commander in…

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Trinity College Dublin 1997 to 2003 but no Degree!

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Citizen Journalism Ireland: Mental Health the Cinderella of all professions by Michelle Clarke

November 2015:  Nothing changes.  One year now since I first raised the question how much does the State pay the HSE for a bed in St Vincents University hospital Psychiatric Unit.  My question is simple.  I know that people with … Continue reading

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How Europe came to forget about its Arabic heritage

Originally posted on The Muslim Times:
City of Granada: Evacuated by the Muslims in 1492 BY ABDUL HAQ COMPIER Summary Traditional education about Western civilisation tells the story of how around 1500, Greek texts recovered the lost memory of Europe’s…

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