Dr. Naseer Alomari on Westchester on the Level – March 14, 2013 @ 10 a.m.

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Listen to internet radio with WGRN Radio on Blog Talk Radio  YONKERS, NY — March 13, 2013 — The Thursday, March 14, 2013, edition of the Westchester On the Level radio program is heard on the BlogTalk Radio platform. Every Thursday, Dr. Naseer Alomari reviews the past weeks events as they relate to The Middle East. He joins the show at …

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Read the Westchester Guardian – December 27, 2012 Edition

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Click to read The Westchester Guardian – December 27, 2012 edition Click onto the hyperlink above to open the virtual paper onto you screen. Please be patient as it may take about 30 seconds for the document to be displayed onto your computer screen. You will need Adobe Reader [http://get.adobe.com/reader/] to view the document. Get the latest, fully functioning Adobe …

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Read The Westchester Guardian – December 22, 2011 Edition

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Click to read The Westchester Guardian – December 22, 2011 edition Click onto the hyperlink above to open the virtual paper onto you screen. Please be patient as it may take about 30 seconds for the document to be displayed onto your computer screen. You will need Adobe Reader to view the document. Get the latest, fully functioning Adobe Pro software at no cost and free of virus …

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The Slap Heard Around the World By DANIEL PIPES

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December 17, 2011.
Cross-posted with express permission from National Review Online. http://www.danielpipes.org/blog/2011/12/the-slap-heard-around-the-world A year ago to the day, Officer Fadiya Hamdi slapped fruit vendor Mohammed Bouazizi across the face in the small Tunisian town of Sidi Bouzid, setting off upheavals that caused three seeming Arab dictators-for-life to lose power: Ben Ali of Tunisia resigned on January 14, Mubarak of Egypt resigned …

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The Hezitorial: Awaiting Our Elected Officials Abide by the Tenets of Democracy

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Daniel Pipes' measured analysis of the upheaval rocking the foundation of governance in Egypt is worthy of reflection as to how it may be used as a yardstick in scrutinizing our own.  [Reference: Why Egypt Will Not Soon Become Democratic By Daniel Pipes…see page 16.]  At issue before us in Westchester County today, and specifically here in Yonkers is whether …

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The Hezitorial: Political Agendas Dissolve Choice and Gut Freedom By Hezi Aris

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The lands are ancient; steeped in history, religion, civilization, and social impact. It is among those lands that my parents chose to have children. I am one of their progeny. Many years after that birth, recently celebrated 61 years later, my focus has attended to Yonkers. Still the connections across the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea tug as tightly …

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2011: The Make It or Break It Year By Gerald Celente

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Kingston, NY, 26 January 2011 — The New Year has begun, and several key trends forecast in the "Top Trends 2011" Trends Journal, are already proving accurate: We predicted student-led uprisings leading to Revolution – before there was any sign of toppling the Tunisian autocrat. There’s more Revolution to come, and it won’t be confined to Arab nations.We predicted the power …

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The Hezitorial: Political Slime, By Sam Zherka and Hezi Aris

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The People have for too long become accustomed to suffering those whom we have elected to office. Despite the grand visions promised, rarely are the political contenders endowed with the backbone demanded of them.  Too often we lust for the visions espoused only to be disappointed by recognizing we have collectively been played by those who ask for our trust. …

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