Israel - Gaza

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hanika
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RE: Israel - Gaza

Post by hanika » Wed Mar 04, 2009 3:26 pm

Hello...
Recovering of Gaza's infrastructure will take years, but will Gazans ever recover from the loss of innocent lives? They have lost their homes, and schools, clinics, factories and businesses have been destroyed. I recommend you to read a book called The Age of Nepotism which talks about this and many other world's issues. The author Vahid Razavi speaks for those who are subjected to injustice and cruelty, as he speaks of how the conflicts between neighbors occur and how we can all work on successfully avoiding them in the future. You can also check out the site www.theageofnepotism.com

hanika
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RE: Israel - Gaza

Post by hanika » Mon Jun 22, 2009 6:20 pm

When it comes to the issues of the global politics and the way it is perceived by the masses, a lot of things can be viewed as half-truth or false information wrapped into shiny paper to attract the attention and make people look away from the real problems. Unfortunately, most of us read only the headlines, and don't pay attention to what is really going on in the places like Africa, Gaza strip or the Balkans. Do we think about what is really done to improve the situation in those places by the organizations that are founded to interfere where it is needed and secure the lives of innocent people? Do we engage in dialogues only when we are the ones being endangered, or do we have a conscience that says that this world is a home to us all, and every nation suffering should be given a helping hand? We should understand that if some conflicts do not effect us directly, indirectly we are all effected as a species that seems to work hard against its own survival. I found some very interesting thoughts on this subject in the book called The Age of Nepotism, you should look it up and read about current affairs in the world from the perspective of Iranian American entrepreneur traveling through the Balkans. There is also a site www.theageofnepotism.com

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