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Al-Qaeda: Poison the Food, Don't Toss the Bombs!

9 years ago by Ily Goyanes
Terrorists know how to hit us where it hurts.Al-Qaeda bombed the World Trade Center, two shiny, towering examples of American capitalism. WTC was chosen partially because it was in New York, America's capital, and second because it represented America's greed.Now the mentally unstable, yet curiously intuitive members of Al-Qaeda are...

Hulu's The Looming Tower: So, the Race to Stop al-Qaeda Looked Like a Cable Drama?

2 years ago by Lara Zarum
The Looming Tower is a show about the human relationships that keep systems functioning — and how when those relationships break down, the system does, too

Florida's Israeli Consul General Accuses Flotilla Activists of Plotting With Al-Qaeda

10 years ago by Francisco Alvarado
First it was Hamas. Now the Gaza-bound, blockade-defying flotilla was helping Al-Qaeda too.So claims Israel's Consul General to Florida and Puerto Rico, Ofer Bavly. "The so-called peace activists on board the flotilla with ties to Al-Qaeda and other terror organizations were interested in creating a media circus," Bavly railed in...

Insane West Virginia Lawsuits Claim Kim Kardashian Made a Sex Tape With a Unicorn, Is an Al Qaeda Operative

8 years ago by Ciara LaVelle
Two lawsuits filed in West Virginia are seeking restraining orders against Kim Kardashian. Guess why.No, really. Guess. Think on it long and hard. You can even use the hints in the headline, which are only a small part of the batshit insane fantasies described in the complaints. Go ahead and...

How Mokhtar Alkhanshali Brought Yemeni Coffee to the U.S.

1 year ago by Minhae Shim Roth
If you’ve been in Miami long enough, you know the Magic City runs on cafecito. Yemeni-American coffee entrepreneur Mokhtar Alkhanshali, the subject of Dave Eggers’ most recent book, "The Monk of Mokha," will share his love of coffee and indulge in Miami’s own when he visits Books & Books...

Three Identical Strangers: Don't Read This Review, Just Go See the Movie

2 years ago by Bilge Ebiri
The film even confronts its own audience in some ways, as it goes from a tale of three people learning more about their identities, to one about the very nature of human identity itself …

Liberty City Seven

13 years ago by Tamara Lush
More proof that these guys weren't Al Qaeda material: when one of them, Naudimar Herrera, was questioned by the FBI last year, he asked the agents if he could have a "rub" of the marijuana in his pocket. ''Herrera said that he needed the substance to calm his nerves. ...

Camp MetroTown Helps Teens Harness Their Power to Fight Prejudice

2 years ago by Minhae Shim Roth
After the Parkland shooting two months ago, youth activism has blossomed. Teenagers have established themselves as capable leaders and agents of change for highly problematic societal issues that adults have refused to address, such a gun control. This summer, Heather Burdick and her team at MCCJ hope to continue helping youth...

Sen. Bill Nelson Votes to Continue Helping Saudi Arabia Kill Yemeni Citizens

2 years ago by Jerry Iannelli
Yemen is the poorest country in the Middle East. Since 2015, Saudi Arabia has bombed the entire nation to pieces, starved its citizens via a blockade, caused a deadly cholera outbreak, and allegedly attacked innocent people by using illegal chemical weapons such as white phosphorus. The United Nations has repeatedly said the attacks amount to crimes against humanity.

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