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Ein Fall von Kulturvandalismus gegen Israel

Alex Margolin, HonestReporting, 2. März 2015

Eines der heimtückischsten Elemente der BDS-Strategie ist die Forderung nach kulturellem Boykott. Es schadet Israels Image, von Kulturveranstaltungen in der ganzen Welt ausgeschlossen zu werden, und es schadet israelischen Künstlern, Schriftstellern und anderen, wenn sie von Menschen, die angeblich nur nicht mit Israels Politik einverstanden sind, wie Aussätzige behandelt werden. 525 more words

Weltmedien Und Nahost

heplev reblogged this on World-Media-Watch.

Playing With Words

The idiom and nuance of the English language is a constant source of fascination.  They give it richness and depth of character.

 The collective noun for a group of larks is an exultation of larks.  274 more words

Opinion

Every Day Is Like Sunday

Every Day Is Like Sunday is a 2011 documentary by Adam Curtis, drawing parallels between media mogul Cecil King’s dramatic downfall in the 1960’s and Rupert Murdoch troubled media empire.

English Language

Shibboleths for National Grammar Day

For National Grammar Day, I’m posting a slightly edited version of “Shibboleths and entering the professions,” which appeared on Pros Write back in 2012. I wrote the original in response to the raised eyebrows after I posted  “ 1,186 more words

Professional Writing

Euphemisms (Words used to Avoid Offending People)

by Kate Woodford​​​​

We recently looked at the language that we use to describe lies and lying. One area of lying that we considered was ‘being slightly dishonest, or not speaking the complete truth’. 426 more words

English

Present Perfect Continuous Tense - Websteach - Webs Teach

Present Perfect Continuous Tense

I have been singing

How do we make the Present Perfect Continuous Tense?

The structure of the present perfect continuous tense is: 644 more words

Present Perfect Continuous Tense - Websteach - Webs Teach

Present Perfect Continuous Tense

I have been singing

How do we make the Present Perfect Continuous Tense?

The structure of the present perfect continuous tense is: 645 more words

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