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Creating a legal precedent: Palestine considers suing Israel in international sports court

The Palestine Football Association (PFA), in a first testing of Palestine’s ability to fight its battle with Israel in international courts, plans to go to the world’s top court for sports in a bid to force its Israeli counterpart to view Israeli settlements on the West Bank as occupied territory rather than an extension of the Jewish state.

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Virtue for the Week: Perceptiveness

When we are perceptive, our understanding is intuitive and discerning.

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Quote of the Week: Rogers

.. go out on a limb

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Post Election Relief

A cup of tea?

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Faulty Predictions~Denis Collins Ph.D. (UTS’82)

So can a successful businessperson take a leap of faith and dive head first into the White House? The vote has been tabulated and businessman Donald Trump lost by a landslide [NOTE: Please modify based on actual results].

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Schism? What schism? ~ Lewis Rayapen PhD. (UTS’78)

Is unification a question of diversity in unity or unity in diversity?

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Ellen’s 2 Minute Message of Hope After the Election Is Pretty Spot On…

The power of America is in its people

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Quote of the Week: Churchill

You have enemies?

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Ahimsa: Love Is Your Nature

Before you speak of peace, you must first have it in your heart…..recommended by Charles Kannal (UTS’96)

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Terrorism and Profiling ~Bruce Sutchar (UTS’85)

Those who condemn terrorism are my true brothers and sisters.

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