Merger of the Century: An interesting question: Should Canada and the United States become one nation? It soun... http://t.co/GjiJuHbPitReminds me of this fascinating map and link.
— Michael Wade (@execupundit) November 9, 2013
Bloomberg News Is Said to Curb Articles That Might Anger China http://t.co/6ZHPgzvExQBloomberg News infuriated the government in 2012 by publishing a series of articles on the personal wealth of the families of Chinese leaders, including the new Communist Party chief, Xi Jinping. Bloomberg’s operations in China have suffered since, as new journalists have been denied residency and sales of its financial terminals to state enterprises have slowed. Chinese officials have said repeatedly that news coverage on the wealth and personal lives of Chinese leaders crosses a red line.
— Kareem Fahim (@kfahim) November 9, 2013
The perception among some Bloomberg employees that the company is now unwilling to cross such lines has left them unsettled. More broadly, it has cast new light on the dilemma that numerous foreign news organizations confront as they navigate the pressures of doing both journalism and business in China.
سلسلة رصيف22 عن الاسلام السياسي. الحلقة الثالثة: "الإسلام الديمقراطي" أو "الإسلام التركي" http://t.co/3XXKF0KFaNHere is Google's translation of the link.
— Raseef22 (@Raseef22) November 9, 2013
This is from R22 Blog. Check the photo.
Guide to the "political Islam"
In the last two decades, a lot of talk about "political Islam". Whole terminology popular popularly received, carry this term along with some really tremendous amount of superstition. Historically, it was talking about Muslims and the lands of the Muslims. We had Islam not understood a porter for a specific political dimensions as we understand these things in the present era. Now, there are different types of "political Islam" contrasted with each other rather than contradict with other civilization
Philippine Red Cross says it has received reports suggesting Typhoon Haiyan killed at least 1,000 in Tacloban and 200 in Samar province
— Sky News Newsdesk (@SkyNewsBreak) November 9, 2013
Israeli TV reports say Netanyahu is “in a state of shocked disbelief” over the outlines of an Iran deal http://t.co/56WrtaKJ8c
— Blake Hounshell (@blakehounshell) November 9, 2013
This is just too cool.
Watch the video to the end.
The Invisible Bicycle Helmet | Fredrik Gertten http://t.co/t2PzZImNno
— Lamia Hassan (@LamiaHassan) November 9, 2013
Why don't they just give Iran Germany's nuclear power plants which it's giving up? Everybody's happy, you're welcome. Next problem?
— Karl Sharro (@KarlreMarks) November 9, 2013
'Death to Arabs' sprayed on Palestinian kindergarten in Hebron http://t.co/ynfdgzxjPi'Death to Arabs' sprayed on Palestinian kindergarten in Hebron
— joseph dana (@ibnezra) November 9, 2013
The only Palestinian kindergarten in the Israeli-controlled part of Hebron is vandalized with threatening hate speech. Similar slogans found elsewhere in the H-2 part of the city.
Israeli settlers vandalized a Palestinian kindergarten in Hebron, spray-painting “Death to Arabs” on its wall, it was discovered this week. This is the only kindergarten in the Israeli-controlled section of Hebron to which Palestinian parents can send their three- to five- year-old children without them having to pass through an Israeli checkpoint.
|“Death to Arabs” sprayed on door of Palestinian |
nursery in Hebron (Photo: Breaking the Silence)
In other news...
Dear uninformed: your private-for-profit insurer is the crook, not President Obama! pic.twitter.com/cbXuJ0eQ80
— Shelly56 (@sdtilock) November 8, 2013