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  • Karman, a revolutionary woman speaks in OttawaThe Canadian Charger
    December 2, 2012

    On the heels of receiving an honorary doctorate from the University of Alberta, on November 21 Tawakkol Karman made an appearance in Ottawa for a public lecture jointly sponsored by the National Council on Canada-Arab Relations (NCCAR) and the Canadian Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR-CAN).

  • Gaza: Never ending aggression by Zionist IsraelThe Canadian Charger
    November 21, 2012

    On November 19, Canadians for Justice and Peace in the Middle East (CJPME) issued a press release in which it expressed alarm about the lack of a call by political parties for a cease fire in the Gaza conflict, noting that only the Liberals had done so, "almost as an afterthought," since the substance of the Liberal's statement focused on Israel's security concerns. "We should be advocating diplomatic solutions and cease fires and not excusing violence as a way to resolve differences," said CJPME President Thomas Woodley.

  • Are we Canadians the 51st American state?The Canadian Charger
    November 21, 2012

    The final chapter of Yves Engler's The Ugly Canadian sums up Canada's role in the world today as America's errand-boy and PM Harper's government as a right-wing, militaristic, ideologically and theologically driven outfit always ready to look after the interests of powerful corporations in particular and the rich in general.

  • Profiting from Israeli ApartheidThe Canadian Charger
    December 2, 2012

    The Coalition to Oppose the Arms Trade (COAT) has just provided part two of its exhaustive study, in Press for Conversion, of Canada Pension Plan (CPP) investments, detailing companies included in the CPP portfolio which are "corporations supporting Israel's military/police/surveillance/prison industrial complex."

  • Aging doesn't have to be painfulThe Canadian Charger
    December 21, 2012

    In its continuing effort to help seniors make a contribution to their communities and lead more fulfilling lives, The Canadian Association of Multicultural People (CAMP) recently sponsored a Myths of Aging Session in Brampton.

  • Women and homelessnessThe Canadian Charger
    December 21, 2012

    Health is more than biology and genetics, important as those are. At a recent lecture at the Royal Ottawa Hospital, the hospital's Clinical Director of the Community Mental Health Program, psychologist Susan Farrell, discussed the other factors, the social determinants of health, especially as they affect women.

  • A Muslim prayer room at a Christian CollegeThe Canadian Charger
    January 10, 2013

    In keeping with Toronto's Emmanuel College's goal of fostering an inclusive society with religious pluralism, that includes interfaith dialogue and respect; it is launching a Muslim Prayer Room on Jan. 22, 7 - 10 pm. Dr. Ingrid Mattson, Chair of Islamic Studies at Huron College, is giving the keynote lecture "Rooting a Canadian Muslim Identity."

  • Spaun: A human brain model that can thinkThe Canadian Charger
    January 10, 2013

    University of Waterloo professor of systems design engineering Chris Eliasmith and his team of researchers has not only created the world's largest functional brain model, they've created the only one that can perform the specific tasks researchers ask it to do, according to Terry Stewart, post doctoral research associate and project manager for the brain model called Spaun.

  • Math is good for your healthThe Canadian Charger
    March 10, 2013

    Siv Sivaloganathan, a professor in the University of Waterloo's Department of Applied Mathematics, comments that mathematics has contributed to dramatic advances in the sciences as well as in many other fields of human endeavour; however, in a sense, he says that the biomedical sciences represent the final frontier for mathematicians, an area where the full power of mathematics has yet to be felt.

  • Seniors are usThe Canadian Charger
    February 17, 2013

    After interviewing seniors in the Waterloo region, over the last three years, University of Waterloo School of Planning professor John Lewis said their major concern is the affordability of some recreational programs, followed by housing and housing affordability.

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Dotan Rousso. Holds a Ph.D. in Law—a former criminal prosecutor in Israel. Currently working as a college professor in Canada.

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