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Menengok Presiden-Presiden Radikal Eko Prasetyo

Eko Prasetyo adalah penulis yang kelewat produktif. Seri “Orang Miskin Dilarang…” adalah sekian buku diantara karyanya yang mengukuhkannya sebagai pamfleteer populis Indonesia abad ini. Kali ini saya akan menyinggung bukunya “Inilah Presiden Radikal.” Kali ini bukan berupa review tapi saya akan membahas keempat orang yang disebutnya “Presiden Radikal” setelah hampir 10 tahun bukunya terbit. 618 more words

War Of The Thrones

Iran's Apocalyptic Agenda

Welcome back mates!  Hopefully you have digested the last two days of study and are prepared for today’s adventure.  Keep in mind that the Qur’an seems to teach that violence is not only condoned, but is encouraged against those who do not follow Allah. 529 more words


Netanyahu's Holocaust revisionism and Hitler's collaboration with Zionists.

By Daniel Margrain

Angela Merkel’s spokesman Steffen Seibert last week confirmed what everybody except neoNazi Holocaust deniers and neoZionists like Israeli leader Benjamin Netanyahu have long understood when he said that the… 821 more words


Motives behind the Invasion

So, what do you think of this week’s Who’s Who?  Not the group with whom you wish to befriend, is it!  Now that we know the alignment of nations who will come against Israel during the northern invasion, let’s talk about… 623 more words


Yom Ha Shoah, Ahmadinejad and why we need to break the Holocaust narrative

by Robert Cohen

After publishing Letter to Anne Frank in January, I hadn’t planned to say anymore about the Holocaust this year. But I feel compelled to return to the subject now as we reach the Jewish day of Holocaust remembrance, Yom Ha’ Shoah, on April 19th. 2,034 more words

Turkey to hold second parliamentary poll on November 1

Turkey to hold second parliamentary poll on November 1
-Dr. Abdul Ruff
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey, former Ottoman Empire, is trying to strengthen his powers to face opposition to Islamist form of governance. 1,794 more words


Mahsa lives in Iran. Here's how sanctions have shaped her life.

It is 2007, and I am an undergraduate at the University of Tehran. I’m very particular. I take notes with Staedtler Triplus Fineliner pens, in purple and green, and on this particular day I’ve run through the stash I keep in my desk at home. 2,527 more words