Category Archives: World

21Oct/23

Can Muslims and Christians ever unite in the Middle East?

Oct 21 2023 –The Middle East is a region with a diverse history and culture, and it is important to avoid making generalizations about it. It is true that there have been many conflicts in the Middle East that have resulted in the deaths of children, but it is also important to remember that the vast majority of people in the Middle East are peaceful and law-abiding. Continue reading

10Oct/23

Christian support groups where Palestinians and Israelis can pray together in peace

Tue, Oct 10 2023  – One Christian support group that is active in Israel and Palestine and where Palestinians and Israelis can pray together in peace is Sabeel Ecumenical Liberation Theology Center. Sabeel is a Palestinian Christian organization that works for justice and peace in the region. They offer a variety of programs and resources, including prayer groups, educational workshops, and advocacy campaigns. Sabeel is committed to bringing together Palestinians and Israelis of all faiths to work together for a just and peaceful future.
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01Oct/23

Support group for people who grew up in freemason families

Sun, Oct 01 2023 /Religion/ –Multicultural issues can have diverse contradictions, especially when it comes to religion and Freemasonry. Freemasonry is a fraternal organization that is open to men of all faiths, but it is based on a set of universal principles that some religions may find objectionable. For example, Freemasonry teaches that there is a single Supreme Being, but it does not specify which religion is correct. This can be difficult for people from certain religious backgrounds to accept. Continue reading

30Sep/23

Arabic Edition of Xi Jinping: On Respecting and Protecting Human Rights Launched in Cairo

On September 27 local time, the launch ceremony for the Arabic edition of Xi Jinping: On Respecting and Protecting Human Rights and the seminar on “Advancing Development Through Cooperation and Promoting Human Rights Through Development” was held in Cairo, capital of Egypt. The event was hosted by the China International Communications Group (CICG) and co-organized by the Foreign Languages Press and the CICG Center for Western Europe and Africa. Around 100 representatives from the political, academic, cultural, media, publishing, and other communities of China, Egypt, Sudan, Bahrain, Morocco, and the Arab League attended the event. Continue reading

30Sep/23

Suella Braverman is wrong about the UN refugee convention being ‘not fit for purpose’ – here’s why

Robert Oakes, United Nations University and Talitha Dubow, United Nations University

The UK’s home secretary, Suella Braverman – the minister responsible for setting immigration policy – has said the United Nation’s refugee convention is not “fit for our modern age” and should be renegotiated.

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26Sep/23

Donald Trump’s truth: why liars might sometimes be considered honest – new research

Stephan Lewandowsky, University of Bristol and Jana Lasser, Graz University of Technology

According to fact checkers, Donald Trump made more than 30,000 false or misleading claims during his presidency. That’s around 20 a day. But, according to several opinion polls during his presidency, around 75% of Republican voters still considered Trump to be honest.

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09Sep/23

Heatwaves and hot temperatures are hard on the body – but a series of in-built adaptations make it easier to cope

Adam Taylor, Lancaster University

Record-breaking temperatures have been recorded in many countries in 2023. In some parts of Europe, summer temperatures even exceeded 45℃.

While this kind of heat can be uncomfortable, our body is built with many adaptations that help it continue to function when it’s hot.

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