Monthly Archives: July 2017

Palestinians: Metal Detectors or Lie Detectors – Who Is Violating What? by Bassam Tawil

  • Crucially, and contrary to Palestinian claims, there has been no Israeli decision to ban Muslims from entering the Temple Mount. For the first time since 1967, the Palestinians are denying Muslim worshippers free access to the Al-Aqsa Mosque.

Israelis fire tear gas at Palestinians in al-Aqsa

Worshippers make their way to holy site after two weeks of protesting against Israeli-imposed obstacles to free entry.

Silicon Valley Censorship by Samuel Westrop

  • If it is ever “toxic” to deem ISIS a terrorist organization, then — regardless of whether that is the result of human bias or an under-developed algorithm — the potential for abuse, and for widespread censorship, will always exist. The problem lies with the very concept of the idea. Why does Silicon Valley believe it should decide what is valid speech and what is not?

UK Terrorism: ‘Enough’ is Not ‘Enough’ by Douglas Murray

  • Were terror attacks like this simply something that the British public would have to get used to, as the Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, had suggested? What if the public did not want to get used to them?

IEBC will not issue regular updates on presidential poll results – Chiloba

IEBC official follows results at the national tallying centre during the March 4, 2013 general election. /FILE

IEBC will relay presidential poll results as declared by constituency returning officers through the media and its website, CEO Ezra Chiloba said on Tuesday.

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