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Deadly Typos

Meaning is everything. If you’re not getting is right, you’re getting it wrong

Ian Whiteman

A typo, or typographical error, is a fairly commonplace thing and an inherent danger of the printed word. Historically such errors have at times produced catastrophic and very costly results. The lack of a hyphen in some computer coding cost NASA hundreds of millions of dollars in an aborted rocket launch and there are many more such examples. But by far the worst and most deadly typo in history is that of the Mardin fatwa written originally by Ibn Taymiyya (d 1328) who was from the Mardin area of Turkey at the time of the Mongol invasion. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ibn_Taymiyyah

To scholars and students of this subject, this fatwa problem is well known, but for many who are not familiar with the subject, it is worth revisiting here as the fatwa is suddenly of immense topicality. The text was, and is still used by many militant terroristic groups to support and justify their killings of countless numbers of innocent…

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Comedians Terror Fie

Apologies for any foul language used in advance… Russell Howard’s Ignorant EDL

And just for a bit of good news:

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What was CISPA?

CISPA has been very recently halted… But did you know?:

“While news media was focused on the [Boston Bombing], the U.S. House of Representatives quietly approved CISPA [Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act], with a vote of 288 to 127.” (Source)

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CONCLUSION 1: Keep an eye on what the government are trying to pass through to legislation when a ‘panic’ hits the media.

“We can relax now that CISPA is dead, right? Unfortunately, the answer is a little unclear at this point. An unnamed representative on Rockefeller’s committee says that “issues and key provisions” of CISPA will be divvied up and made into separate bills. In other words, CISPA will be broken up into smaller, separate bills in the Senate.” (Source)

Another report says that staff and senators are dividing the issues and the key provisions that are absolutely necessary and they’ll be drafting separate bills.” (Source)

CONCLUSION 2: The damaging elements of CISPA can still make it through into legislation. But doing it this way is clever by being harder to spot and track…

And another thing: LOOK! Youtube to CENSOR protest videosclick here.

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Rabbis for Palestine: a one state solution for all

To see how America supports Izrael [a MUST SEE if you’re an American]… Continue reading

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Epic Speech

Speech by Dr Dahlia Wasfi

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Izrael Hacked: Anonymous’ Act of Protest

“One of the paradoxes or ironies of the Izrael-Palestine conflict is that although we’re often told it’s a uniquely intricate and complex conflict and the solutions to it are so elusive and difficult

in fact as conflicts go in the world its probably the least complex, the most simple and the most easily resolved which is one of the things that makes studying the conflict so frustrating

because in my opinion if the public knew the real facts there would be a clear path to finally finding a resolution of the conflict…”

Prof. Finkelstein

WATCH What Will Bring Peace to the Middle East?

with Professor Norman Finkelstein & Hamza Tzortzis –

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Tony Blair and Iraq: The damning evidence

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Hitherto unseen evidence given to the Chilcot Inquiry by British intelligence has revealed that former prime minister Tony Blair was told that Iraq had, at most, only a trivial amount of weapons of mass destruction (WMD)… and subsequently ordered the production of dossiers to “find the intelligence” that he wanted to use to justify going to war. Continue reading

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