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Major media outlet CNN has fired perhaps one of its most well-known Black commentators, Marc Lamont Hill.  On its website, an unidentified CNN spokesperson states “Marc Lamont Hill is no longer under contract with CNN.” Hill was speaking at the United Nations for as part of the Committee on the Exercise of the Inalienable Rights of…

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Almost 500 people convened in front of the GrandWest Casino in Cape Town, South Africa, recently to protest a performance by Pharrell Williams. Led by the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions against Israel movement, the group set out to voice their displeasure with Williams for his connection to Woolworths, a South African retailer that reportedly has ties to…

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The Republican-controlled Congress made history yesterday with the incredible disrespect of President Barack Obama. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu addressed a joint session of Congress at the invitation of Republican House Speaker John Boehner. The White House was not consulted on the invitation and did not endorse the visit. It is a rare honor for…

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Her name was Toveet Radcliffe and her Black Hebrew family called her butterfly. She was also a soldier in the Israeli Defense Force who is now dead under mysterious circumstances. Israel has compulsory military service for all citizens who reach 19 years of age. Radcliffe was a member of the Black Hebrew community that lives…

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According to many experts on foreign policy, the group known as ISIS aka Islamic State of Iraq and Syria is the biggest threat to America since Al-Qaeda, but St. Louis rapper Chingy says it’s all a mind game created by the United States and Israel to have an excuse to start a war. The “Right Thurr” rapper recently…

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Killing of three Israeli teens not done by Hamas Evidence is mounting that the leading excuse that has led to the violent bloodshed in Gaza may have been inaccurate. Israel has invaded the Palestinian held West Bank territory over rocket attacks and the killing of three Israeli teenagers by what was suspected to be members…

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Very few presidents have had to face the issues now confronting President Barack Obama. Here are five of the top foreign crises that Obama is now handling. 1) Israel– President Obama finds himself in a role many US presidents have faced since the founding of Israel in 1947. Protecting Israel has been the cornerstone of…

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Frazier Glenn Cross

Another major hate crime has occurred; this time in America’s heartland of Kansas in Kansas City. Frazier Glenn Cross (aka Frazier Glenn Miller), age 73, a known white supremacist and former leader of the KKK shot 3 people dead on Sunday with the presumption they were Jewish. Cross first went to the Jewish Community Center of Greater…

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One thing about racism is that it is one of America’s most famous exports besides basketball. But when you combine the two internationally, you get ugly statements from political figures.  In Israel the mayor of the city of Holon, Motti Sasson, was attending a sports conference at an Israeli college and he expressed his dissatisfaction…

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After years of futile denials, the Israeli government has finally admitted what many already knew and others had long suspected: Israel injected Ethiopian Jews with a long-acting contraceptive in order to control their population growth.   Haaretz reports that Health Ministry Director General Prof. Ron Gamzu banned Israel’s health maintenance organizations from injecting Ethiopian women…

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Near the Israel-Gaza border (CNN) — After eight days of violence and nearly 150 deaths on both sides of the Israel-Gaza border, a cease-fire Wednesday promised to silence the warplanes and rocket launchers and restore a tense peace to the trouble region. The cease-fire, announced Wednesday night in a joint news conference in Cairo with U.S.…

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College education is spiraling out of control around the world, not just in the United States. Despite the dismal post-graduate debt that students find themselves in, studies show that record numbers of individuals are enrolling in institutions of higher learning. The percentage of adults with degrees in developing nations hovers around 30 percent, the Organization…

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