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By Ali Shalal
Ali Shalal is a professor of theology. It is important to understand that what Ali Shalal experienced is part of a routine process of torture, applied systematically to those arrested. Many of his companions in Abu Ghraib died as a result of torture or were executed upon their release so that they would not reveal the gruesome horrors and atrocities committed under orders by the Bush Administration.
Many have suggested that the Aboriginal people of Australia have been reduced to drug abusers, petrol sniffers, murderers, rapists, and all-around dysfunctional entities of society. Why?
In Syria, Iraqi refugees are preparing to return to the warzone they once called home. "We'd rather die in Iraq than starve as foreigners," they tell Mike Otterman and Tamara Fenjan.
It has often been said that, "you have to be a man to be a woman in politics." But would a feminine approach really make a difference?