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          I have always held the deepest respect for Red Indians. Their simple and profound philosophy and understanding of natural law are far beyond our comprehension. Their civilization has sadly become tarnished with the ignorance and savagery of the white man who to this day, continues to depict this beautiful race […]

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Beirut 1975 – Angels and Demons

Beirut 1975 – Angels and Demons

Many years ago I started writing a fictional novel based on a scenario in Lebanon during the Lebanese civil war of 1975 – I aptly titled it “Beirut 1975” The first few months were a treat, the characters came to life and the novel flowed.   Sometimes, I found myself typing away late into the night […]

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24 April 2012 – The Armenian Genocide

24 April 2012 – The Armenian Genocide

“They did not behead them in a conventional manner.  They flipped the knives over and used the dull side so that they could inflict a far greater level of pain and suffering to their intended victims.  Their deaths were slow and agonizing; the beheadings took place in full view of the remaining family members, who […]

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24 April, 2011 – The Armenian Genocide

24 April, 2011 – The Armenian Genocide

April 24, marks the tragic memorial of one and a half million Armenians who were massacred at the hands of the Turks and their affiliates in 1915. The genocide was executed through very cleverly devised plans that served to mask the true intentions of the Turks at the time which was simply to annihilate the […]

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