Monthly Archives: January 2015

Global News Centre Human Rights Ambassador asked to drop all charges and unconditionally release SaedJadad

Saed Jadad

Saed Jadad is a human rights defender and blogger who works mainly in the Dhofar region. His work includes documenting human rights violations, as well as writing blog posts about highlighting current human rights violations in Oman.

William Gomes Global News Centre Human Rights Ambassador

(LONDON)  Human rights defender Mr Saed Jadad was arrested and placed in incommunicado detention on 21 January 2015.  According to sources, there was no warrant or authorization for the arrest.  Saed Jadad has been harassed by the authorities on several occasions.

Pressure grows to delay or drop Bibi’s speech

the-atlantic-reutersThe damage has to be cleaned up by Netanyahu, if he wants to save his plan to address the U.S. Congress two weeks before he faces reelection in Israel March 17.

Dr. James Wall Global News Centre

(CHICAGO)  Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has been “reaching out”, as the New York Times delicately puts it, to Democratic leaders in the U.S. Congress who were blindsided by Republican House Speaker John Boehner’s invitation to Netanyahu to address Congress March 3.

Netanyahu’s office confirmed Thursday, according to the Times, that the Prime Minister had called Democrats and “other friends” in Congress in recent days, and that he “reiterated that the survival of Israel is not a partisan issue.”

FDA contributing to uncontrollable health crisis in the U.S. and Canada

Since we are losing family members and friends by the tens of thousands due to the lies of the pharmaceutical industry and the FDA being the drug supplier of pharma by continually approving dangerous opioids such as Zohydro, I have set up an alliance to call out the corruption of pharma, their paid physician spokespersons/lobbyists and the FDA contributing to this physician generated prescription opioid epidemic resulting in the heroin health crisis.

Marianne Skolek Global News Centre

(MYRTLE BEACH)   In the 13 years I have written and spoken about the pharma/physician generated prescription opioid epidemic, it has progressed to an uncontrollable health crisis in the U.S. and Canada.  This health crisis is an out of control train of death and addiction while the FDA continues to approve even more dangerous and deadly opioids for “long-term chronic pain.”  Where are the medical studies conducted to warrant chronic pain being treated long term with addictive prescription opioids?

Greece at a crossroads

Syriza leader Alexis Tsipras Greece's new prime minister.

Syriza leader Alexis Tsipras Greece’s new prime minister.

Greece and the Syriza Party are at a crossroads — short term populism or stay the austerity course.

Ralph E. Stone Global News Centre

(SAN FRANCISCO) The far-left anti-austerity Syriza Party has agreed to a coalition deal with the Independent Greeks giving the Syriza Party a majority and thus power in Greece.

Greece had slipped into near bankruptcy primarily because of widespread tax evasion and corruption.  The “brutal austerity” imposed on Greece as a condition of $273 billion in Eurozone bailouts since 2010 has actually been working slowly but surely.  The economy has been growing and unemployment is down.

Why do we fear love?

Fear is the opposite of love. If you want someone to do what you want, you are frightened, not loving. The poets and songwriters have long told us that love is ‘letting go’. The person in your cage is not a loved companion; the individual who is genuinely free but chooses to stay feels loved.

Robert J. Burrowes Global News Centre

(TASMANIA)  Why do human beings fear love? That is, why do we fear loving ourselves and others, and why do we fear being fully loved ourselves?

If someone does not receive what they need emotionally as a child, their capacity to give will be limited accordingly. The less of what they need they actually get, the less they will be able to give (and the more they will take for themselves without consideration for others). In order to give, one must have experienced receiving during childhood. If we do not experience love in a way that is truly meaningful, then we will never be able to love ourselves. And if we do not love ourselves, we cannot truly love another.

History for dummies… a heated discussion Of the Cold War


Poverty was declared to be obsolete, especially by the Republican Party. The ultimate consumer society followed, until 50 years later when it became evident that we had been consuming too much of the wrong things. But we will deal with obesity some other time.

William Annett Global News Centre

(DAYTONA BEACH)  In the aftermath (sometimes known as algebra) of World War II, there followed a strange period known as “the cold war.”  It was called that because most of the threats and counter threats took place over northern Canada, which was considered by both adversaries as the logical place to brandish nuclear warheads.

From 1946 through the 1980s, the Cold War cast a shadow over every facet of American life. Yet, paradoxically, it also created possibilities. In an arms race that threatened all of humanity, could America afford to confine women to the kitchen, where in most cases there was no bomb shelter? These and other vexing moral questions were raised by thinking Americans. For unthinking Americans, it was a period of unprecedented prosperity.

Pakistan’s Christian Hospice to close after 50 years


Pakistani men are pictured during visit of Spanish Defence Minister Jose Bono at St. Joseph’s Hospice in Rawalpindi. For Aisha Gulrehman, the hospice has been her home for 10 years.

Pakistani center aided many over the years.

Global news Centre

(RAWALPINDI) In the crowded, winding streets of the Rawalpindi, a small Christian hospice led by Irish nuns has taken care of the destitute and disabled for 50 years.

But the hospice that caters mainly to Muslim patients is now being forced to close because of falling donations and rising costs.

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