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The Day the lights went out in the most powerful part of the world

"Huge power failure hits Canada and US. Outages affect area with about 50 million people. Power failure in the most powerful country of the world. Transportation snarled traffic lights went out; trains stopped on tracks. The worst power failure in US history millions of people stranded in darkness, stifling heat and traffic. The power outrage began shortly after 4 p.m. EDT and moved west."


Libya and Iraq: Contrasting Ways of Conflict Resolution

"It all occurred within 48 hours; definite movement towards a US-Libya
détente and the extreme downturn on the Iraqi security situation. While the
tragedy has to be condemned is there something else , something more
fundamental that the deteriorating Iraq situation signals ? Have there been
contrasting ways in which the US has dealt with the Libyan and the Iraqi
situation; essentially the Qaddafi and the Saddam factors?"


Palestine: God's Covenant with Abraham

"One of the arguments given for the occupation of Palestine by the European Jews and supported by Christians is that God promised Abraham that his progeny would be given Palestine; therefore, Jews are the only descendants of Abraham and inheritors of the land. This promise is in the Jewish Tanakh (Christian Old Testament) and it is, therefore, incumbent upon the Christians to help the Jews in attaining the goal of the Jews."


Pakistan-India Relations: Lets Engage By Rules

"The buzz cannot be better. The words all come outright. Everyone of any significance is calling for cooperation not confrontation and development not destructive war between India and Pakistan. The chant is that lessons have been learnt."


The Baltimore Sun: A Zionist Shill?

"The Baltimore Sun, a daily newspaper, is taken to task for its Zionist slanted
coverage of the plight of the Palestinians, suffering under the Israeli Occupation."


When horror strikes

"A few days, a month tops, may be all that is needed for Ghisab Nasasreh's wounds to heal. However, his five-year-old nephew, Azzam will no doubt need a considerably longer amount of time to recuperate from the horror of watching two Israeli settlers from Itamar beat his uncle before his eyes."


The Pakistani Narrative

"Where are you from, " Vasu asked and then himself responded "India." I corrected him. A smile erupted on his face, he stood up and walked over from behind his desk. It was an extended handshake. In a voice quivering with emotion the elderly security guard at the Asia Center reception whispered "Oh then you are a special friend. Pakistan has always helped us."


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