Monthly Archive: May 2016

Christians in Iraq Baffled at How U.S. “Can Find Water on Mars”, Yet “Unable to Spot ISIS in the Desert   A Chaldean priest who oversees hundreds of Iraqi Christian refugees displaced by the Islamic State says Iraqi Christians blame the United States government for not protecting them and their ancient communities from being conquered by the barbaric terrorist group. Father Douglas al-Bazi, who runs the Mar Elias Church and displacement center in Ainkawa, is in the U.S. this week Read more […]

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A short report about the May Memorial Service at Bretzenheim Saturday, 7 May 2016. According to one of the main participants and organisers, Mr. Gerd Ittner, the day was a great success. Even though the numbers were small, about 30 in total, there was a heartfelt and sincere atmosphere of sorrow displayed at the Memorial Service, in rememberance of the suffering of our German soldiers. I, like many Germans, have only fairly recently become aware of the huge tragedy that is now known as the “Rheinwiesenlager”, Read more […]

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On 17 November 2010 a Melbourne Law firm, on behalf of Fredrick Töben, negotiated with Jeremy Jones and Stephen Lewis about Töben possibly avoiding bankruptcy . Both Jones and Lewis had a heavy involvement in Töben’s legal prosecution before the Human Rights Commission and the Federal Court of Australia. They claimed to be acting on behalf of the Executive Council of Australian Jewry, Jewish Board of Deputies and the general Australian Jewish community. In 1995-6 Australia had just tightened Read more […]

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