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26 Apr 19
ALTERA PARS

CENZURAT în 1972 la Editura Albatros, București „Nu-i ierea ușior deloc. Prin capitală trecea multă lume, cu fel și fel de probleme. Îmi spuneau Clio, Cleiu, Cleopatra. Aveam o muncă de secretarist, cu absolut toate implicațiile. Sigur că voiam să-mi construiesc o veață, dincolo de interfesele firmei. Totuși, un cadru femenin ca mine nu cadra […]

26 Apr 19
purisukapriska

“Kamu juara lah kalau sudah ngobrol tentang kata!” Aku meledek dengan santai. Ia hanya tertawa seolah tidak percaya. Atau rendah diri? Padahal di dalam hati, ia bangga akan hal ini. “Kita itu sudah terjebak di dalam kondisi kacau balau! Kamu masih bisa dengan entengnya bergurau atau ngucap hal-hal yang bikin hati berantakan. Lalu habis itu […]

26 Apr 19
Preemptive Love
“Will guns win the war against ISIS? And even if they do, will guns end an ideology of hate? Will guns keep ISIS from ever coming back?” There are people who develop their ideas about peace through study. There are people who develop their ideas about peace through prayer. And there are people who develop their ideas about peace by putting their bodies on the line daily. Our colleague and friend Sadiq is one of those people. When the terrorist group ISIS declared their rule in Iraq, from a historic and beloved mosque in the northern city of Mosul, that was the scariest thing that ever happened in Sadiq’s life. Sadiq knew that the brand of hate that ISIS peddles is devastating for all—regardless of faith, sect, tribe, or nationality. He was committed to seeing ISIS wiped out of his country, and did what seemed most logical at the time—he joined a militia that fought against ISIS. Sadiq, during his time in the militia. Photos provided by Sadiq Al Rumaithi. Sadiq didn’t know how to use a gun before, but he learned. Not because he loved death, but because he loved life…and valued the lives of all Iraqis. On the battlefield, Sadiq had a front row seat to the unfolding war. He saw ISIS members killed, as well as fellow soldiers in his brigade—all young men like him from his hometown. Between barrier ditches and minefields, he saw the best and the worst of humanity. And in the midst of it all, one question haunted Sadiq. “Will guns keep ISIS from ever coming back again?” Bullets and bombs can kill bodies. Airstrikes can extinguish whole villages, it’s true. But as Sadiq knows well now, there are no weapons in the world that can kill ideas. The ISIS ideology can’t be shot out of existence. But it can be loved away. Sadiq left behind the life of a soldier, and focused his energy on loving those suffering because of ISIS. [ad]Sadiq arranged many of the aid deliveries you paid for–everything from securing permissions to hefting heavy bags of flour, and bringing communities together–whatever was needed. He paved the way for the renovation of primary health centers and drilling of wells that you funded. When you made donations to ease suffering in the wake of ISIS, Sadiq was often the one behind the scenes making sure the aid got exactly where it needed to be. It was a decision that came with a high cost. Sadiq was nearly killed in airstrikes while delivering aid you provided to families fleeing Fallujah, and came face to face with a community leader who called for the attack that ended the lives of his friends. His life has been threatened. He has faced despair again and again. But because he knows the way of peace deep down in his bones, he keeps pressing in. Managing the distribution of food and hygiene kits. Photo by Ihsan Ibraheem/Preemptive Love Coalition Sadiq believes that, “Differences in belief does not mean we lose love. Love enriches our humanity. Love allows us to accept and understand each other. Because the way to the mind is the heart. And if we open our hearts to each other, it will open our minds as well.” You can hear more about the night Sadiq and our colleague Ihsan nearly lost their lives, when our aid delivery trucks got stuck in the desert with an ISIS convoy making a run for the border with Syria. Listen at our new podcast, Love Anway. Sadiq always makes sure everyone feels seen and heard. Photo by Ihsan Ibraheem/Preemptive Love Coalition Sadiq is no armchair pundit. He’s no social media warrior. Sadiq puts his life on the line to create the conditions for peace in his country—to make the communities he visits feel respected and well-loved. End war with the pursuit of love. Give now. [donateform]
26 Apr 19
TESLAcademy News! All things Pineal Gland Related...

These principles are the core of our energetic existence. If we want to know how to change our world, we must learn, apply and master these principles. When we do, we truly become FREE…

26 Apr 19
The New Dark Age

I am grateful for this invitation to once again speak at the Moscow Conference on International Security organised by the Russian Ministry of Defence. On behalf of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, I would like to welcome its participants coming from various countries and multilateral organisations.

26 Apr 19
Jamie Stern-Weiner

Partial transcript of comments made by Seumas Milne at a 2015 conference titled ‘Imperialism, ISIS & the Middle East’. Source and [time stamps] from this video. * How ‘reporter’ Iggy Ostanin presented it: "Nothing happens, it’s interesting, the Israeli’s don’t seem too bothered about it. So I think that the role these groups are playing in the […]

26 Apr 19
Ace Newsroom Live

In Iraq, suspected ISIS sniper kills PMF (Hashd) member at security checkpoint on outskirts of Khanaqin in northeast Diyala Province. Today news from war on Daesh, ISIS in English from Somalia, Egypt, Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria – isis.liveuamap.com http://bit.ly/2euGz0G

26 Apr 19
Testament Literar

Cum s-a trecut, plăpândă, amintirea Iubirii noastre, tocmai ca o floare Ce-ntr-un pahar îşi plânge strălucirea Uitată-n colţul mesei, unde moare. Nu-i nimeni în odaia tânjitoare. Oglinda-n podini şi-a holbat privirea. Perdele lungi țin calea către soare… Păianjenii şi-au întrerupt urzirea. Privindu-se în cupă ofilite, Din miezul veşted foile mâhnite Se rup, treptat, cu-o mută […]

26 Apr 19
Ace Newsroom Live

1 YPG fighter was killed as result of explosion near Sugar factory north to Raqqa city Today news from war on Daesh, ISIS in English from Somalia, Egypt, Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria – isis.liveuamap.com http://bit.ly/2euGz0G