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Oxford festival unlocks breadth of Palestinian culture

Posted on: June 2015

By Sarah Irving

Anyone whose history lessons featured the Bayeux Tapestry – the 72-meter-long narration of the Norman conquest of England in 1066 – will recognize the purpose behind the… 464 more words

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The Plight of Syrian Refugees

This past June, I participated in a CIEE (Council on International Educational Exchange) International Faculty Development Seminar in Amman, Jordan, and Istanbul, Turkey, focusing on the plight of Syrian refugees. 743 more words


Family gardens in the Algerian Sahara desert

Photo credit: Willem Van Cotthem 2007-01-SMARA-TV-P1000589 One of the family gardens in Smara refugee camp Some people seem to have forgotten Peter KENWORTHY’s 2012-article: https://stiffkitten.wordpress.com/2012/03/11/un-unsustainability-in-the-tindouf-refugee-camps/ 34 more words

Mideast Persecuted Christians Not Allowed to enter U. S.

Did you know that there is an Obama administration policy in place now that will not allow fleeing, persecuted Christians into the United States, but they will allow in Muslims? 109 more words

Indicators Of His Coming

Behind the fence

Hamburg, Germany

Security workers wander along the high fences and observe every movement as Syrian children ride their bicycles and play football.

This refugee camp in Hamburg looks like a temporary prison that has been built in order to keep hundreds of people shut. 119 more words


Migration and Reason

The Zaatari refugee camp in Jordan is home for 160,000 refugees who have escaped the brutal Syrian civil war. 6,000 people arrive a day (Getty Images) 367 more words