Rene Wadlow

Lanza Del Vasto, Nonviolence and Enduring Suspicion

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There is today in France but also in other European countries a persistent fear of terrorist attacks, especially attacks carried out by Muslims or people from the wider Middle East. There have been spectacular terrorist attacks which have led to the French government proclaiming a « state of emergency » and increasing the visibility of armed military and police in public places – railway stations, airports, in front of schools etc.

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Battle for Fallujah: Protests Needed against Violations of Humanitarian Law

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 12 June 2016 – In simultaneous, if not necessarily coordinated operations, there are attacks against the forces of the Islamic State (ISIS or Daech in its Arabic abbreviation) in Syria and Iraq.  ISIS had abolished in practice the frontier between Iraq and Syria, which had been created in 1916 by the agreement of Sir Mark Sykes for the UK and Francois Georges−Picot for France. Particular attention must be paid to the current battle for

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