It looks harmless enough – white, 8cm (3in) long and about the width of a child’s finger – but the cigarette is vilified like no other product. Who invented it and how much responsibility does he bear for the countless deaths it has caused?
An analyst says the political policy of Israel is racist toward African Jewish immigrants because it tries to be in tune with the feeling of its society.
A little squeeze may be all that it takes to prevent malignant breast cells triggering cancer, research has shown.
Laboratory experiments showed that applying physical pressure to the cells guided them back to a normal growth pattern.
Artifacts from the past speak without bias. An image is worth a thousand words.
These are images of some ancient Thracians from what is today called Bulgaria in southern Europe.
This was sourced from the archives of Brother Marc Washington:
Semper novi quid ex Africa;
Tempore tempora tempera
Out of Africa something new comes forth
time will heal all things
May the struggle continue!
Phiale (a dish), adorned with relief images of black men’s heads and acorns, situated in concentric-circle forms
Shocking Decline in Ethiopian Israeli Birthrate
By Renee Ghert-Zand
The birthrate among Ethiopians in Israel decreased by a dramatic 50% in the last decade, and Israeli journalist Gal Gabai wanted to know why. She investigated the issue for “Vacuum,” her documentary series on Israeli Educational Television, and she discovered some things that left her very uncomfortable — and will surely leave others equally so.
“In the history of the human race, those periods which later appeared as great have been the periods when the men and women belonging to them, had transcended the differences that divided them and had recognized in their membership in the human race a common bond,”