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AU and NZ will take more refugees from Syria and Iraq

Prime Minister Tony Abbott announced on Sunday that Australia would take more refugees from Syria and Iraq in regard to recent humanitarian crisis. After Australia’s announcement, Prime Minister John Key also said on Monday morning that New Zealand would take 750 Syrian refugees over the next three years. These announcements came from Australia and New Zealand in response to the situation that Austria and Germany had opened their borders to thousands of ...

White woman accidentally impregnated with black man’s sperm loses legal battle

A white woman who sued after she was accidentally impregnated with the sperm of an African American man will be forced to refile the lawsuit after an Illinois judge tossed out her claim against the sperm bank. Jennifer Cramblett filed suit against Midwest Sperm Bank in 2014 because she was artificially inseminated with sperm from the wrong donor and gave birth ...

Alan Kurdi drowned off the shores of Turkey. His family was trying to reach Canada

The drowned child washed up on a Turkish beach captured in a photograph that went around the world Wednesday was three-year-old Alan Kurdi. He died, along with his five-year-old brother Galib and their mother Rehan, in a desperate attempt to reach Canada. The Syrian-Kurds from Kobane died along with eight other refugees early Wednesday. The father of the two boys, ...

PUTIN BLAMS THE US FOR MIGRANT CRISIS IN EUROPE

Vladimir Putin today blamed the migrant crisis in Europe on the United States for imposing its own standards on countries in the Middle East and Africa while failing to understand their culture and traditions. In the far eastern Russian city of Vladivostok, President Putin told the media that it was an “absolutely expected crisis.” “We in Russia, and your humble ...

HOW THE CANADIAN GOVERNMENT CAN HELP SYRIAN REFUGGEES

Graphic photos of a boy who drowned and washed ashore near a resort in Turkey have touched a global nerve and brought the issue of the plight of millions of Syrians fleeing a civil war into focus again. Three-year-old Alan Kurdi, his five-year-old brother Galip and mother Rehan were aboard a boat ferrying migrants to Greece when they drowned on ...

Hariri : Qatar is a brotherly state that cares about Lebanon’s stability

Al-Mustaqbal movement leader ex-PM Saad Hariri stressed Wednesday that “rumors implicating the name of the State of Qatar in the current Lebanese events are definitely baseless.” “Qatar is a brotherly state that cares about Lebanon’s stability and it did not hesitate to help the country under all circumstances,” Hariri tweeted. Hailing the “fraternal ties” with Qatar and its political leadership, ...

Israeli Officials expressed Concerned About Gas Discovery in Egypt

Israeli officials expressed concern that the discovery of an extensive gas field off the coast of Egypt could upend Israeli development of its energy resources. The Italian energy company Eni SpA on Sunday announced the discovery of the largest gas field in the Mediterranean, threatening a deal between the Israeli government and developers that was based on expectations of substantial ...

Jewish to Abbott: Islamic State terrorists are worse than the Nazis

James Massola Australia’s peak Jewish group has rounded on Prime Minister Tony Abbott for suggesting Islamic State terrorists are in some ways worse than the Nazis. Mr Abbott said on Thursday a decision on whether Australia would join the United States in launching air strikes on Syria, in addition to Iraq, would be made next week when Defence Minister Kevin Andrews returned ...

They want to kill us and the law does nothing

By: Vic Alhadeff The Daily Telegraph IN a bile-filled rant, a Sydney preacher recently called for death to a group of Australians because of their ethnic identity. The law was unable to do anything about it. It was impotent, powerless to act. Ismail al-Wahwah, spiritual leader of Hizb ut-Tahrir, accused Jews of corrupting the world, describing them as “the most ...

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said he was ready to resume direct talks with the Palestinians

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said Wednesday he believes Middle East peace talks can be relaunched, a day after Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said he was ready to resume direct talks with the Palestinians. “I believe there is a chance and I think it is imperative we have not lost sight of that issue,” Kerry said in an ...