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LOS ANGELES Iranian Jewish banker and real estate investor Ezri Namvar (pictured, left), 59, was indicted on Sept. 21 by a federal grand jury on five counts of fraud…. Namvar’s indictment charges that he returned only $4 million of the $27 million NFE’s clients’ 1031 funds gave his company for…
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by Maidhc Ó Cathail IF ISRAEL’S STRANGLEHOLD over U.S. foreign policy is to be broken, Americans will need to be informed about the harm that Washington’s unconditional support for Israel is doing to American interests, say leading analysts of U.S.-Israeli relations. According to John J.…
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by Mark Hasiuk
from The Vancouver Courier BACK IN March 2009, two federal heavyweights—Irwin Cotler (pictured), former Liberal justice minister, and Jason Kenney, current Conservative minister of citizenship—founded the Canadian Parliamentary Coalition to Combat Antisemitism. The name speaks…
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INSPIRED BY Bill Rankin’s map of Chicago’s racial and ethnic divides, Eric Fisher has drawn similar maps of other cities with data obtained from the 2000 Census. More cities are charted here. Each dot represents 25 people with white people represented by a red dot, black people by a blue…
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THOUSANDS OF Russian girls living abroad are being forced to work as sex slaves. The United States says Russia is one of the world’s main sources of trafficked women. Tough new laws are in place to tackle the problem, but for many the living hell of sex slavery goes on. Despite living in the 21st century,…
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THE SAVITRI DEVI ARCHIVE is a repository for writings and documents related to the philosopher and religious thinker Savitri Devi, born Maximine Portaz (1905-1982). The Archive will eventually make all of Savitri Devi’s writings available. In addition, the Archive contains information…
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THE EASTERN GERMAN city of Dresden was turned into rubble over two days and nights in February 1945 by British and American bombers. (ILLUSTRATION: Even three weeks after the near-total destruction of Dresden, which makes 9/11 look like a stubbed toe, bodies were still being found by the thousands.)…
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A BRONZE PLAQUE mounted on a stone has been unveiled at the Cape Town site where American Fulbright scholar Amy Biehl (pictured, left) was killed in Apartheid’s waning days. At Wednesday’s ceremony, US Ambassador Donald Gips said Biehl was committed to helping build a free South Africa.…
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IF YOU ARE as outraged as we at Free Edgar Steele are about the unanswered questions raised by the Idaho Pipe Bomber case, below are some focus points you might consider sending along in a letter to your Congressperson.  A central question that affects everybody along the roads upon which Cyndi Steele…
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by E.A. Perry INTERNET REGULATIONS going even further than those in the “USA Patriot Act” are now being drafted by the Obama administration. They would make it easier for “law enforcement” and “national security” employees and agents to eavesdrop on Internet…
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