Amanda Holden on NHS “burning babies” scandal: Hospitals heated wards with fetal remains – parents thought they were cremated
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I’m not sure what, other than being very drunk or just really really not caring, these construction crews were thinking when they made these. In any case, I’d sue and rebuild!
A recent article in The Wall Street Journal took note of what has occurred since the 1990s when some three dozen gray wolves were captured in Canada and transferred to the wilderness of Idaho. According to federal biologists, this was necessary to restore the ecological balance in a region teeming with elk and other creatures on the gray wolf food chain.
The article noted that more than 650 wolves roam the state today according to the Idaho Department of Fish and Game which has been hearing a lot of complaints that the wolves “are wreaking havoc on Idaho’s prized elk and livestock, and prompted the governor’s office to embark on an effort to wipe out three-quarters or more of the population.”
So the federal biologists bring in the wolves and a few years later the governor’s office says kill them. Why? Because the elk population has…
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The voluntary, self-perpetuating issue will no doubt still continue well after the remaining ‘refugees’ have passed on.
By Mark, Lewis, MIDDLE EAST PIECE
Palestinian_refugeesThe question of why the Palestinian refugees are still here could be considered sufficiently answered by my page looking at how the UNRWA handles Palestinian refugees. The U.N.’s bloated estimates of how many initial Palestinian Arab refugees were created in the 1948 Palestine War followed by redefining who was to be identified as a refugee gave us the initial exaggerated figures the UN works with. Then owing to the unprecedented inclusion of refugee offspring being considered brand new refugees, the Palestinian Arab refugee population has exploded rather than what traditionally occurs with a refugee population over the years (assuming no new hostilities 1), which is a decrease in size. Finally, the U.N. sees fit to remove the responsibility for finding a solution to these refugees from the UNRWA, the only organization handling them in the territories.
The U.N. has engineered the failure from…
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By Islam Kamel, Contributor, EgyptianStreets.com
Many of my close friends thought that the purpose behind my trip to Antarctica was to be the first Egyptian and Arab to dive under the Antarctic Ice. That was obvious to some extent, given the amount of effort and hard training I put into it for four month prior to travel date.
However, that was not the most important purpose at all. Exploration was my main goal: seeing other worlds, learning, gaining knowledge and wisdom, and pushing my limits and expanding past my comfort zone. It is only when a man tries that he becomes surprised of what he is capable of.
Travel teaches us a lot. Our perception develops, our personality evolves and our insight widens. We meet new people, see new things and make new friends. We gain…
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(Do the rose colored glasses perpetually worn by President Obama, Secretary Kerry et al obscure from view the Palestinians helping PA President Abbas to end the “peace process?” Perhaps it should be renamed: “the terrorism perpetuation process.” — DM)
U.S. President Barack Obama and Secretary of State John Kerry may be able to force Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas, under threats and pressure, to sign a “framework agreement” with Israel. But as this week’s rally of hatred in the Gaza Strip shows, even after the signing of a Palestinian-Israeli “peace” treaty, a large number of Palestinians will not abandon there dream of destroying Israel.
“Jihad in Palestine is not terrorism. Jihad in Palestine is a sacred duty.” — Yusef Rizka, representative of Hamas.
A mass rally held in the Gaza Strip on…
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The Friesian Horse
The Friesian is a horse breed originating in Friesland, Netherlands.
Friesians are graceful and nimble for their size. Though the breed nearly became extinct on more than one occasion, the modern day Friesian horse is growing in numbers and popularity.
With their black, shining coat, their noble standing, their large, muscular bodies and a strong spirit – These horses truly display the traits and gracefulness that have caused man to fall in love with this animal, so long ago.