Asylum to Israel

Source: Asylum to Israel

A standing point for Jerusalemites to make a decision, to decide where they want to belong. To a state that oppresses them, marginalize them, dehumanize them, but yet give them some benefits and an individual status, even under a second or third class category of a citizen. Or to a state that they dream of having, and yet almost entirely realizing it will never see the light of becoming, but continue to pray on having one day, within an authority that we are not really sure what was the bargain that concerns us. We found ourselves watching in both directions, becoming refugees not in other towns or countries but in our very own city and houses. Waiting for a solution that determines our destiny with a choice that may not be ours …

Asylum to Israel

A standing point for Jerusalemites to make a decision, to decide where they want to belong. To a state that oppresses them, marginalize them, dehumanize them, but yet give them some benefits and an individual status, even under a second or third class category of a citizen. Or to a state that they dream of having, and yet almost entirely realizing it will never see the light of becoming, but continue to pray on having one day, within an authority that we are not really sure what was the bargain that concerns us. We found ourselves watching in both directions, becoming refugees not in other towns or countries but in our very own city and houses. Waiting for a solution that determines our destiny with a choice that may not be ours …

nadiaharhash

My latest article in Arabic might be by far the most daring according to one of my close friends, who cautioned me about publishing it. And I was as my usual self in such situations finding a good platform to pretend a heroic action that in reality is empty.

I genuinely never wanted to be a critic of the Palestinian Authority, and I never want to be in a place where I would defend Israel. At the end of the day I am a woman who got out of two relations (not the only ones of course) (but two that lasted for quite a time) one from a schizophrenic (psychopath) and another from a troubled bulimic (who thinks he is a narcissist, and seems to understand it as a compliment). Well … yes, there is something about me and the attraction of psychotic desperate cases around me. Does this make…

View original post 1,056 more words

bellingcat – The Khan Sheikhoun Chemical Attack, The Evidence So Far – bellingcat – facts are important and these guys are the only ones I have found that are really interested with facts.

On Tuesday April 4th 2017, videos and images emerged from sources within Syria showing what is claimed to be a chemical weapon attack that targeted Al Sheikhun south of Idlib.IntroductionInitial reports of the attack appeared on social media on the morning of Tuesday April 4th 2017. It was claimed that airstrikes in Khan Sheikhoun, Idlib, had included the use of a chemical agent, which many sources began describing as Sarin. A typical summary of events from these sources is shown below

Source: bellingcat – The Khan Sheikhoun Chemical Attack, The Evidence So Far – bellingcat

Animal cases of yellow fever near Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo | CIDRAP Deforestation drives new outbreaks

So far, yellow fever is currently being transmitted by two types of mosquitoes on Brazil, the Haemagogus or Sabethes. If yellow fever is introduced to a major urban center, the virus could jump to the Aedes aegypti mosquito, making human transmission more likely.”There is no evidence of human cases of yellow fever virus infection transmitted by Aedes aegypti, the vector that could sustain urban transmission of yellow fever,” the WHO said in its update.

Source: Animal cases of yellow fever near Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo | CIDRAP

Trump condemns chemical attack as his U.N. ambassador assails Russia’s role – The Washington Post #TraitorTrump, #LoserTrump still just selling himself and could care less about facts – Who unleashed the gas? All sides of this conflict spin and lie, so how are we to know who to blame?

“History will judge all of us in how we respond to these unforgettable and unforgivable images of the innocent,” British Ambassador Matthew Rycroft said. “How long are we going to sit here and pretend that actions in these chambers have no consequences?”

Source: Trump condemns chemical attack as his U.N. ambassador assails Russia’s role – The Washington Post

Trump, Citing No Evidence, Suggests Susan Rice Committed Crime – The New York Times #TraitorTrump, #LoserTrump, sell, sell, sell – no buyers – what did you do when and with whom?

“I think it’s going to be the biggest story,” Mr. Trump said in an interview in the Oval Office. “It’s such an important story for our country and the world. It is one of the big stories of our time.”He declined to say if he had personally reviewed new intelligence to bolster his claim but pledged to explain himself “at the right time.”