World Affairs

Iranian President Prescribes Democracy for Palestine, Forgets to Check Iran's Pulse

Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi proposes a democratic solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, while ironically overlooking the lack of similar democratic processes in Iran. His plan includes a single-state solution based on voting by all Palestinians, starkly contrasting with Iran's own political landscape.
World Affairs

Canada's New Extremism: Peaceful Protests and Public Prayers

In a plot twist worthy of a Canadian telenovela, Goldie Ghamari has mistaken peaceful protests for an extremist maple leaf blight, and public prayers for the battle cry of polite Canadian radicals. It's like confusing a hockey game for gladiatorial combat.
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Nuclear Peacemaking: Minister's Explosive Diplomacy Shakes Up the Art of International Relations

Heritage Minister Amichai Eliyahu's eyebrow-raising endorsement of nuclear options for Gaza turns diplomacy on its head, marrying biblical vengeance with atomic-age zeal in a satirical twist on international relations. When hyperbole and policy collide, Eliyahu’s statements beg the question: Is reality the new satire?
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When Being 'Sorry' Just Doesn't Cut It: Canada's Stance (or Lack Thereof) on Gaza

Canada abstains from UN vote on Gaza ceasefire, facing criticism for lack of compassion and independence from US stance.
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The Enigma of Canadian Special Forces in Israel

Canada's elite JTF2 troops have tiptoed into Israel, and the official story is they're just there to fluff pillows at the embassy. Are they moonlighting as peacekeepers or auditioning for a cameo in the next Middle East action saga.
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The Secular Cool and the Orthodox Rule in Israel's Tug-of-War for Tomorrow

In the heart of Israel, a dynamic tension simmers between secular freedoms and ultra-Orthodox traditions as a rapidly changing demographic landscape raises questions about the nation's cultural and political horizon. This is not just a family disagreement over dinner; it's a profound national discourse on the future identity of a country at a crossroads.
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Mainstream Media's Glaring Gaza Gaffes: It's Not About Gaza, It's About Us

Western media's coverage of the Gaza conflict showcases deep-rooted societal biases, revealing more about Western cultural prejudices than the events in the Middle East.
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Gen Z's Latest Trend: Rejecting Propaganda, Embracing Global Solidarity! #FreePalestine

Spotted the coolest dance trend on the streets: Gen Z holding Palestinian flags and doing the 'solidarity shuffle.' I mean, who needs a history book when you can learn about global issues through TikTok, right?

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