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'We are women, we are human, but we don't have any rights!'
Two hundred women protested in downtown Tehran today, demanding equal rights and the nullification of a law allowing Iranian men to have four wives. Predictably, they were attacked and beaten by the police.
Some 100 police, including female officers, attacked the demonstrators and dispersed them about an hour after the protest began.

Throughout most of the confrontation, female officers beat female protesters and male police beat male protesters there to support the women. Male police generally are not permitted to touch female suspects.
Islamic justice equally served.
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Why would you send your son/daughter to the military?
To defend a country? Whose country? The one you wish it was or the one it really is? Which country? The one where the locals hate you or the one where the locals try to cage you?

You’re under attack and it’s your duty? First define “attack” then define “enemy” and you’ll find the need for “duty” without a uniform is just as high as duty with. You may not need to send him/her if half the enemy is here.

So that you fulfill a life ambition? Like being either shot at by the enemy and sniped at by the home enemy? Like risking 10 to 20 years if you pull the trigger even if you are in the middle of Iraq? Like spending your time suspended from duty, suspected and investigated for months? When, if you read your local paper, criminals are getting away with holidays and rehabilitation centres….

A family career? Change family.

These things should not happen. People join because somewhere in their hearts they want to be heroes for their folks and good examples in their communities. They want to be seen as rightful citizen (oh Romans!). Those are, ultimately, the people that will defend my right to write this, with their lives.

With our taxes and meek participation to the civic and later political debate, we sponsor, vouch and often even legislate to finance our opponents, home and away. At the same time in which he/she fills the application module, some guy is stroll driving down the boulevard (sunglasses on) consuming a few of the bullets they’ll shoot at him. But I support the Boys! That’s why I fill the tank, vote left, buy “those” newspapers, occasionally play the anti-Bush tone at talk shows, Bulgarian parliament style.

How many enemies, including our direct selves, do we really face to defend a shared notion of freedom? Are we sure we are fighting all the wars at the right places? A lot of this war is not in uniform but luckily that son/daughter will still decide to go. Have some respect for heroes.

Three British soldiers cleared of Iraqi's death



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Jesus, William and Werner
I read the following article about a rabbi returning to the childhood home he was forced to flee and I wanted to do a post about his story. Rabbi Alfred Gottschalk is going back to erect a tombstone on his grandfather's grave in the little village of Oberwesel, a place he hadn't seen since he was nine years old when he and his mother came to America to escape the Nazis. His story is worth reading on its own but I was sidelined by this:
What angered some in the village, Fuchs said, was when they read that Gottschalk said that as a young boy, he was beaten by Catholic youths on Good Friday - all because of the legend of "Werner."

Werner was a 13th century Catholic boy in Oberwesel, who, the legend says, was killed by Jews on Good Friday.

Even today, Fuchs said, there is a "cult of Werner" that stirs anti-Semitism in the region.

Gottschalk said he was beaten up by boys from the village in 1938, after he and the other Jewish student in his grade school had been expelled from school by the Nazis. The boys, Gottschalk said, were Catholics who blamed him for Werner's death because he was a Jew.

"They said I had killed Werner," Gottschalk said. "I didn't know Werner. How could I have killed him?"
I had never heard of the Werner blood libel either so I googled it which brought me to Wikipedia's blood libel against Jews. I would like to believe that the blood libel is a thing of the past. If only it were so...
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American Heroes in Hitler’s POW Camps
This is an exhibit I would really like to visit: Captured memories: Moving exhibit at National Heritage Museum tells stories of area WWII POWs
The old veterans arrived, some wearing pressed uniforms and campaign ribbons from more than 60 years ago.

They gathered at the National Heritage Museum in Lexington last week for the opening of a moving exhibit about a dark and little-known chapter of World War II. The 10 men survived malnutrition, forced labor and brutality in Nazi and Japanese prisoner-of-war camps after their capture.

They walked in with wives and families. Some leaned on canes.

Joe Canavan, 81, of Waltham remembered the Nazi guard who executed a sick American prisoner.

Sam Palter of West Roxbury recalled hiding the dog tags that identified him as a Jew and later being forced to work in railyards where inmates from Dachau concentration camp labored.

Cosmo Fabrizio of Plymouth can’t forget the 23 days he spent in a boxcar with hardly any rations on the way to Stalag IIIC.

Their stories are chronicled in "Journey Out of Darkness," a collaboration between historian Hal LaCroix and photographer Jorg Meyer.
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