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Race and Crime in the U.S.

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Gravity is Out of Date

Update: 13:30CST It’s baaaack.  The Tiangong-1 crashed into the South Pacific somewhere northwest of Tahiti at 8:16PM EDT. ——- For those who have seen the movie ‘Gravity’, you know that the Chinese space station Tiangong-1 plays a major role.  It is, in fact, the ‘lifeboat’ that saves Sandra Bullock’s character.  The only problem? That scenario is no longer…

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Background: North Korean Nuclear Program

North Korea is a hot topic right now so I thought it would be worthwhile to give some background into their nuclear program. In 2006, 2009 and 2013, North Korea tested atomic weapons and in 2016 tested another, larger weapon with a yield of 10-30 kilotonnes[i]. It’s worth noting that the atomic bombs dropped in World War II were…

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Salah al-Din: Characteristics of Conquest – Part III

Section III: Four Key Aspects of Salah al-Din’s Character In the final analysis, Salah al-Din was a multi-layered character who, it seems, gave careful thought to how best to achieve his goals. Though contemporary chroniclers and modern historians differ in opinions as to Salah al-Din’s abilities and motivations thereby coloring the lens through which we…

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Salah al-Din: Characteristics of Conquest – Part II

Section II: Salah al-Din’s Victories at Hattin and Jerusalem While there is debate as to Salah al-Din’s abilities in the realm of military tactics and strategy , his victories at the Horns of Hattin and Jerusalem were both decisive. In the case of Jerusalem, it was the accomplishment of a long-stated goal – the liberation…

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Piracy in the Barbary – Part I

It will suffice to say that an extreme ignorance, a grossness without equal, and an inconsistency which disconcerts the most measured approaches are today the foundation on which the government rests. The dey is an imbecile who has outbursts of puerility like a child and who reflects on nothing, before or after giving his orders[1].…

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Mamluk Heraldic Devices in Jerusalem – Part III

Section III: Four Key Aspects of Salah al-Din’s Character In the final analysis, Salah al-Din was a multi-layered character who, it seems, gave careful thought to how best to achieve his goals. Though contemporary chroniclers and modern historians differ in opinions as to Salah al-Din’s abilities and motivations thereby coloring the lens through which we…

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Hamas and the Indoctrination of Palestinian Children-Part III

Note: this section contains the list of works cited at the end Section III: Unconventional Education and its Impact Hamas’ Extra-Curricular Methodology Hamas, not content to rely exclusively on school textbooks to accomplish their goal of radical Islamic indoctrination, masterfully employs a number of media to promote their focused message to children. These media all…

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Hamas and the Indoctrination of Palestinian Children-Part II

II: Educational Philosophy of Hamas Fateh and Hamas: Educational similarities “Palestinian education and propaganda are more dangerous to Israel than Palestinian weapons.” – Former Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon Any discussion of the education of Palestinian children has to take into consideration the influence of the Fateh-led Palestinian Authority , for this was the organization…

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Hamas and the Indoctrination of Palestinian Children-Part I

“For Palestine is a sacred Islamic land that has been forcibly seized by the Zionists, and it is the duty of Muslims to conduct a holy struggle to regain it and to expel the invader from it.” –Hamas Introductory Memorandum, Article 7 . “…exterminate the Zionist germ…” [an 8th grade Palestinian textbook, page 117.] “We…

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