1. Ed Gein crime scene.


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    Based on released photos.

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    • oh! community


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      explainer video

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      • Syria is being messed up more by US invasion using emissary ISIS


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        Syria is indirectly being destroyed more by USA that is using ISIS as pretext.No more Syria. People must aware please...

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        • Shifting Sands in the Middle East: Implications for U.S. Policy


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          Daniel C. Kurtzer is the S. Daniel Abraham Professor of Middle East Policy Studies at Princeton University’s Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs. During a 29-year career in the U.S. Foreign Service, Ambassador Kurtzer served as the United States Ambassador to Egypt (1997-2001) and Israel (2001-2005). He was also a speechwriter and member of the Secretary of State’s Policy Planning Staff; and served as Deputy Assistant Secretary for Near Eastern Affairs and as Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary for Intelligence and Research. He retired in 2005 with the rank of Career Minister. Ambassador Kurtzer received a B.A. from Yeshiva University and a Ph.D. from Columbia University. He is co-author of Negotiating Arab-Israeli Peace: American Leadership in the Middle East, co-author of The Peace Puzzle: America’s Quest for Arab-Israeli Peace, 1989-2011, and editor of Pathways to Peace: America and the Arab-Israeli Conflict. Ambassador Kurtzer currently serves as a member of the Secretary of State’s Foreign Affairs Policy Board. He served as an advisor to the Iraq Study Group, and currently is a member of the Board of Trustees of the American University in Cairo, member of the Board of The Middle East Institute and the National Library of Israel; and a member of the New Jersey-Israel Commission. In 2007, he was named the first Commissioner of the professional Israel Baseball League. In Partnership With: Trinity Lutheran Seminary

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          • JOURNEY OF HOPE


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            • War Drums


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              Animation following the Syrian conflict with an excerpt of the beautiful War Drums by George Quinnell Harcombe.

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              • Hands On Syria


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                Students ministering to Syrian refugees in the Middle East.

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                • Back from Syria (Putting the So-Called Jihad al-Nikah into Perspective)


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                  The concept and act of the so-called Jihad al-Nikah, promoted by Wahhabism and Takfiri terrorist groups, was rejected and ignored by many. On September 19, 2013, however, Lotfi Ben Jeddou, the Tunisian Minister of Interior, bore testimony to the fact that Tunisian women had gone to Syria to satisfy the sexsual need of the Takfiri militants. What follows is part of his revealing statements on the issue: “Our daughters are there to perform coitus for 100s and 1000s of times. And when they bear the fruits of these sexual acts in their wombs they are sent back to us. All this is done under the pretext of the [so-called] Sexual Jihad while we are just watching them. This is just a small part of the issue.” The story, of course, is not limited to Tunisian girls and women only; many women from Chechnya, Egypt, Iraq, Germany, France, and other countries have so far travelled to Syria for the so-called Jihad al-Nikah. In PRESS TV’s exclusive documentary “Back from Syria”, we come to know about the real roots of the act through Islamic scholars. The documentary also leads us towards a better understanding of the real situations and circumstances the involved individuals experience by interviewing these women and/or their families. Ines, a Tunisian woman who was living a normal life when her husband converted to Wahhbism, is forced to go to Syria, where after a while she hasto sleep with many men in the name of so-called Sexual Jihad. Now, she is home with a baby in her belly without knowing who the father of her child is. In “Back from Syria”, she tells us about her harrowing experiences. Catalonia has a distinct culture of its own, most evidently of Mediterranean tradition, and it is different from most other Spanish regions in several aspects, not only by its language. Catalonia is one of the most cosmopolitan places in Spain, thanks to its long tradition of international commerce. The Catalonians are fiercely proud of their identity and language, as they are Spain's richest and most highly industrialized region. With a distinct history stretching back to the early Middle Ages, many Catalans think of themselves as a separate nation from the rest of Spain. This feeling is fed by memories of the Franco dictatorship, which attempted to suppress Catalan identity. "the Catalan topic" has a special importance, especially in relation to new demands for autonomy. Don't forget to visit our website for more fascinating documentaries from PressTV: http://www.presstvdoc.com/

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                  • Jeff Miley: The Revolution In Rojava: Strengths And Challenges 26 May 2015


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                    Talk given to the Radical Anthropology Group at The Function Room, The Cock Tavern, 23 Phoenix Road, London NW1 1HB on 26 May 2015. Dr Thomas Jeffrey Miley is a lecturer in political sociology at the University of Cambridge. His research interests include comparative nationalisms, language politics, the politics of migration, religion and politics, regime types, and democratic theory. He reported on a recent visit to the Kurdish region of Syria and gave valuable insights on the politics of the Rojava 'revolution' and and its relationship with Kurdish national struggles in the wider area claimed as Kurdistan. http://www.sociology.cam.ac.uk/people/academic-staff/jmiley http://radicalanthropologygroup.org/ http://functionroom.co/

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                    • "Eine Schule für Kobane" unterstützen - so geht's!


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                      - German version - In diesem Tutorial wird erklärt, wie man über die Homepage von "Boost" (https://www.boost-project.com/de) ganz einfach und kostenfrei mit Online-Einkäufen für unsere unabhängige Initiative "Eine Schule für Kobane" spenden kann. Wir erstellen gemeinsam ein Konto bei "Boost", welches uns ermöglicht zu spenden und gleichzeitig eine Kontoübersicht für weitere Spenden bietet. Es geht auch noch einfacher (ohne Registrierung) - sehen Sie sich hierzu das passende Tutorial aus der Reihe "Eine Schule für Kobane" unterstützen - so geht's! an. Die Initiative "Eine Schule für Kobane" braucht mehr UnterstützerInnen - es gibt vielfältige Möglichkeiten dies zu tun, eine Unterschrift auf unserer Homepage www.schule-kobane.de, Petition zur Grenzöffnung für Hilfsgüter unterschreiben, einfach spenden oder spenden ohne zu zahlen über die "Boost-Homepage". Beste Grüße Ihre/Eure Initiative "Eine Schule für Kobane" ***** Kurzinfo zur Initiative: Um den Kindern von Kobane (Nord-Syrien) eine Perspektive zu geben, unterstützt die unabhängige Initiative "Eine Schule für Kobane" nach Kräften den Aufbau einer Schule in der weitgehend zerstörten Stadt. Wir freuen uns über Interesse und Unterstützung. Mehr Informationen unter www.schule-kobane.de ***** - English version - This tutorial explains how to donate free of charge to our initiative "Eine Schule für Kobane" ("A school for Kobane") by simply purchasing online via the "Boost" homepage (https://www.boost-project.com/de). Together we create a "Boost" account which allows us to donate and provides a convenient overview of our past and future donations. For a more simple way to donate via Boost check out the matching video from the tutorial series "Eine Schule für Kobane" unterstützen - so geht's! There are various ways to support us. Provide your signature on our homepage www.schule-kobane.de, sign our petition in favor of the Turkish border opening, donate or donate for free via the "Boost" homepage. Best regards Your initiative "Eine Schule für Kobane" ("A school for Kobane") ***** Short info about the initiative: To provide prospect for the children of Kobane the independent initiative "Eine Schule für Kobane" ("A school for Kobane") makes every effort to support the construction of a school in the extensively destroyed city of Kobane. Visit us for more. www.schule-kobane.de

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