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Dr. Petra Heldt: Muslim Persecution against Christians in the Middle East

Petra Heldt, Hanne Herland Report

  Herland Report (HTV): Persecution against Christians is a massive problem in the Middle East, explains Dr. Petra Heldt, Professor at the Hebrew University and founder of The Ecumenical Theological Research Fraternity in Jerusalem. He  barely survived a suicide attack in Jerusalem in 1989 and stayed over a year at the hospital. After spending decades in the Middle East, she …

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New EU Expansion in Africa under pretext of fighting Islamism?

Joaquin Flores is the chief editor of Fort Russ New

  Herland Report: Joaquin Flores: The upcoming US-EU expansion into Africa to combat China’s massive influence on the continent, places Africa at the center of new attention. We will probably see new wars on the African continent in the years to come. Joaquin Flores, chief editor of Fort Russ News and the director for Center for Syncretic Studies in Belgrade …

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Democrats support drug cartels on the Southern border?

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  Herland Report: Drug cartels on the Southern border: In a series of articles, we examine the puzzle: Why does the media discourage president Trump’s fight against the illegal activity along US borders? Who profits from open borders if not the American drug cartels whose criminal activity is dependent on illegal access to the US? Who profits the human trafficking? …

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Will Jordan Hashemit Kingdom fall post Syria?

AlBaghdadi ISIS leader Syria

  Herland Report: The Syrian war influx has created massive socioeconomic problems for the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, including increased poverty, unemployment, budget deficits, and pressure on health and education infrastructures. National identity is one of the most sensitive and complex issues in Jordan. Since its creation in 1921 until recently, Jordan adopted a pan-Arab orientation at both state and …

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Modern science is highly politicized and not objective – William H. Wall

Modern science is highly politicized and not objective - William H. Wall

  Herland Report: Because perception is inherently fallible, logic is duped by empirical evidence. Our five senses are notoriously weak and prone to error. Hundreds of optical illusions are readily available to prove the point. Every scientific error had the support of logic. In short, perception itself is woefully inadequate to assess reality, writes poet, playwrite and essayist, William Hamnet …

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European hypocrisy, we criticize Trump, yet build our own walls – WND

EU immigration wall between Turkey and Syria

  Herland Report: The European hypocrisy when criticizing president Donald Trump wall efforts to stop illegal immigration along the US’ southern border, simply is baffling, writes historian Hanne Herland in one of America’s largest conservative news outlets, World Net Daily. The European mainstream media are tripping over themselves in copying New York Times and Washington Post attitudes. They demonize the …

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The Survival of the Fittest: Orchestrated shootings to accelerate division?

  Herland Report: C. J. Hopkins doesn’t say it, but he shows that within all of the Western countries in which the white core populations are experiencing fierce attack from anti-white ideologues in the media and governments that rule them, there is unity of voice from the media that “Trump is a White Supremist who inspires Terrorism.” This unity of …

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Conspiracy theory = Explanations that Liberals don’t agree with

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  Herland Report: Paul Craig Roberts: The FBI has published a document that concludes that “conspiracy theories” can motivate believers to commit crimes. Considering the growing acceptance of pre-emptive arrest, that is, arresting someone before they can commit a crime that they are suspected of planning to commit, challenging official explanations, such as those offered for the assassinations of John …

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