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  • The lies of the US presidents kill millionsProf. Dr. Mohamed Elmasry
    November 10, 2010

    Colin Powell's shameful lie - in his speech to the UN about Iraq's Weapons of Mass Destruction seven years ago - should be taught to high school and university students as a text book case for how US (elected) presidents and their (appointed) men and women lie to their people and to the world and how as result they export death, destruction and misery to millions of men, women and children the world over.

  • The London Olympics in RamadanThe Canadian Charger
    July 27, 2012

    Because the 2012 London Olympics will coincide with Ramadan, the most holy month in the Islamic calendar, Muslim athletes will be expected to fast from sunrise to sunset for the entire duration of the games.

  • The loss of a parentReuel S. Amdur
    January 27, 2013

    When my son Karl was ten, he embarked on a grand adventure. We took him out of school and let him go with his grandmother to visit Jerusalem. He had a great time, but on the way back his grandmother became very weak. He had to take charge of getting things like luggage taken care of. Then, when they got back, we learned that she was in the final stages of cancer. Not many months later, she died.

  • The lucky country, Part 1/4Prof. Dr. Mohamed Elmasry
    February 18, 2014

    In a virtual visit to Australia before embarking on my recent tour of the country, I consulted four classics by four well known Australians; Alan Moorehead's The Fatal Impact, Patrick White's The Vivisector, Donald Horne's The Lucky Country, and Colin Roderick's Henry Lawson. I also watched two Australian films; Rabbit-Proof Fence (2002) and Australia (2008) - more about these two historical dramas in part 4.

  • The lucky country, Part 2/4Prof. Dr. Mohamed Elmasry
    February 18, 2014

    You can reach and touch the soul of Australia by reading Henry Lawson's poems. My three favorites are: The Star of Australasia, The City Bushman and Second Class Wait Here - all written in the late 1800s. Here I share the first one because of its beauty and historical significant.

  • The lucky country, Part 3/4Prof. Dr. Mohamed Elmasry
    February 18, 2014

    Thanks to Alan Moorehead I now know about a great Australian woman; Daisy May Bates (1859 - 1951). Moorehead in his 1966 classic The Fatal Impact talked about her life and her writings with a great admiration.

  • The lucky country, Part 4/4Prof. Dr. Mohamed Elmasry
    March 6, 2014

    Australia has been called the largest island and the smallest continent of the world. One third lies within the tropics. It is in the Southern Hemisphere; the further North you go the hotter it gets. Their mid-summer months are January and February and their mid-winter months are July and August. Christmas is usually a very hot day quite unsuitable for turkey and plum pudding.

  • The lynching of PakistanShahina Siddiqui
    August 18, 2010

    When it comes to its struggles against both man-made and natural disasters, Pakistan seems to have few sympathizers. The media makes little mention of the near-daily attacks on its cities and villages that kill thousands, and now Prime Minister Stephen Harper seems to be hesitating on announcing relief for Pakistan's flood victims.

  • The Marshall Islands: The US must pay for its crimesThe Canadian Charger
    March 6, 2014

    Beginning with Operation Crossroads, on June 6, 1946, and ending with Operation Hardtrack I on August 18th, 1958, the United States detonated 67 atomic explosions on the Marshall Islands.

  • The meaning of ChristmasRev. Graham E. Morbey
    December 8, 2010

    It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas here in Toronto. And throughout most of the world, at least some part of Christmas will be in the air, on the street or hidden in the heart. Christmas is truly global.

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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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