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Only when the horrible scenes from Gaza started to appear on Western TV screens, did world public opinion gradually begin to change.
As long as you’re thinking about sustainable and local food, let’s talk about sustainable labor conditions too, because you’re never going to have a sustainable food system without sustainable labor conditions.
Dialogue can begin on our initiative or in unexpected ways, and can be followed up - when there is a concerted search for opportunity.
By Julie Oxenberg reviewing Loyal to the Sky:Notes from an Activist.
The 2007 Gustavus Myers Book Awards by the Gustavus Myers Center for the Study of Bigotry and Human Rights.
Sharia'a law insists that room be left for forgiveness and reconciliation.
Women got upset and marched to the Royal Palace. The King called me and said, 'Saad, do you see what is happening?' I said, 'Yes, but that is democracy, your Majesty.'
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