Balfour Declaration

Balfour Declaration: A Century of Bloodshed

A letter was all that it took for the British Empire to artificially (and accidentally) create the Israel-Palestine conflict on November 2nd, 1917. This letter, the Balfour Declaration, has caused a century of conflict in the Middle East between Jews and Arabs over Palestine. If at all, a solution to the conflict is as improbable as ever 100 years after the Zionists were promised “a National Home” by British Officials.
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Sexual Harassment: Who are the Real Victims?

Sexual Harassment has become the prime topic. Since the Bill O’Reilly and Harvey Weinstein allegations broke, we have been constantly bombarded with new facts, victims, offenders, and allegations. What we are missing though is a cohesive picture of what Sexual Harassment is and that it isn’t a problem solely defined by gender.
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Hezbollah and Hariri's resignation

Hariri’s Resignation: Is Israel Going to War with Hezbollah?

The politics of the Middle East have stirred once again as the (former) Prime Minister of Lebanon; Saad al Hariri, resigned from office during his urgent visit to Saudi Arabia. He cited potential threats to his life. Hariri’s resignation effectively plunges the country into political crisis. He blamed Iran-backed Hezbollah, his partners in government, for plotting his assassination.
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marvel comics diversity

Marvel Comics, Diversity & Comic Book Shops: Who’s to Blame?

New York Comic Con is a great time for everyone to show their love of comics, merchandise and other things considered geeky. At Marvel comics’ retailer-only panel, writers and marketing employees gave a Q&A to the crowd, but things soon got out of hand. Why? Because Marvel comics don’t sell well.
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