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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Sunday, September 24, 2017


Syrian President Bashar al-Assad stated yesterday that his forces made a mistake when they shot down a Turkish jet last month, claiming that they mistakenly thought the aircraft belonged to Israel. The Syrian leader said he does not want the relationship between the two countries to deteriorate into serious conflict.

While Assad’s comments, made in an interview published on Tuesday in the Turkish daily Cumhuriyet, may have sounded like a genuine apology, the Syrian president soon switched gears, contending that Turkey’s decision to cut channels of communication between the two countries led to the mistaken conclusion.

“We learned that [the plane] belonged to Turkey after shooting it down. I say 100 per cent ‘if only we had not shot it

Seal of the German BfV, of which Thomas Sippel headed a state division. Thomas Sippel, the head of a German state intelligence agency is in the process of being fired over the mishandling of an investigation into a Neo-Nazi case. The case in question involves a Neo-Nazi group suspected of killing 10 people over the course of several years.  This group stayed under the radar and evaded authorities for almost a decade, until they were caught last year. According to the German news agency dapd, Thuringia state Interior Minister Joerg Geiber said that Thomas Sippel has

Christian Objections Ignored; Jewish Leaders Outraged

By a two-third majority of 13 to 6 member states voting and 2 abstentions, the UNESCO World Heritage Committee (WHC) inscribed “the Birthplace of Jesus, Church of the Nativity, the Pilgrimage Route, Bethlehem” as a Palestinian Heritage site last Friday (June 29).

Although the 21 member states decided by secret ballot, the decisive vote was given by France. The French Ambassador to UNESCO, Daniel Rondeau,was the only delegate to publicly

A scene like this one – a traditional Jewish circumcision ceremony – may soon be a rarity in Germany, if a Cologne court’s unprecedented decision gains traction in other German areas.The shocking decision this past week by a German court to prohibit circumcision on young boys for religious reasons has generated a strong reaction from Jewish leaders in Germany, as well as from a noted Swiss Jewish philanthropist.

The court in Cologne, Germany announced its ruling after reviewing a case concerning a four-year-old Muslim boy who experienced post-operative bleeding two days after undergoing the delicate procedure. The judges pronounced that involuntary religious circumcision should be

If this weren’t in black and white, one might be challenged to determine whether the picture was taken in Germany or Quebec. According to recent Canadian reports, students in Montreal have resorted to saluting and wearing Nazi paraphernalia to symbolize what they see as oppression under a fascist rule.The usage of Nazi salutes to convey the upset of student groups in Quebec with the brutality of local police has aroused the ire of Jewish organizations, which view the comparison of any modern incidence of tyrannical behavior to the Nazis as undermining the brutality and torment to which the Jews were subjected during the Holocaust, Canadian publications have reported.

Students in Montreal have employed the Nazi gesture at numerous times during the last few weeks, calling local police forces the