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Wooster, OH (PN)
the year began in the wake of a devastating tsunami triggered by
a magnitude 9.0 earthquake west of the Indonesian island of Sumatra.
The death toll continues to rise and with the western nations leading
the way in monetary and logistical support, relief efforts are underway.
Let us hope the oil rich Islamic Nations of the Middle East will
step to the forefront of aid relief for their fellow Muslims and
the citizens of the stricken region.
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ACEH, Indonesia (PN)
largest relief effort since WWII continues as the "civilized"
nations of the world hurl vast sums of money and logistical resources
into the tsunami ravaged regions of the Indian Ocean. Inconceivably,
before the true extent of the devastations could be known, United
Nations Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs, Jan
Egeland guilefully accused the USA of being "stingy".
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January 3, 2005
By Naseer Flayih Hasan
Before the last war, we Iraqis spent decades cut off from the outside
world. Not only did the Baathist regime prevent us from traveling
during the Iran-Iraq conflict and the period of the sanctions, but
they punished anyone possessing satellite television. And of course,
internet access was strictly limited. Because of our isolation,
most of us had little idea or sense about life beyond our borders.
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