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Artikkelserie: Samfunnsforskning er ikke verdinøytral og sterkt preget av politisk korrekthet

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Herland Report:  Mange tror at moderne vitenskap er verdinøytral, men samfunnsforskning er verken objektiv eller nøytral. Den er politisk og svært ofte ideologisk fundert i et bestemt samfunnssyn. Det meste av det vi kaller objektivt, er sjelden det. Samfunnsforskningen har en tendens til å være full av antagelser som er farget av rådende paradigmer og «populær tenkning». Ikke minst så …

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Hvorfor det er viktig å snakke sant #Vitenskap #Israel, Michal Rachel Suissa

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Herland Report:  Ny kunnskap har alltid vært skapt av noen få enkeltindivider som har fremsatt hypoteser og teorier som strider imot hva flertallet av forskere mener. Overskriften er lånt fra et foredrag som i høst ble holdt av vitenskapsteoretikeren Stephen Meyer.  Hans anliggende er problemene innenfor biologisk vitenskap med å få anerkjent alle konsekvensene av de senere tiders oppdagelser innenfor …

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Israel reacts to US Syria pullout: “Israel will defend itself, by itself, against any threat”

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Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu gave a speech at the Yom Kippur memorial only days after the US announced its pulling out of Syria. Allegedly, the pullout came without warning to the Israelis. Prime Minister Netanyahu put it this way: “Israel will defend itself, by itself. We do not aspire to be a people alone. But that is how we had …

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Yes to a healthy Nationalism, No to Globalist Imperialism – Daniel Pipes, Middle East Forum

Yoram Hazony’s breathtakingly counterintuitive book, The Virtue of Nationalism (Basic Books), corrects a simple but colossal mistake: The Nazi monstrosity, he argues, did not result from nationalism but from imperialism. Hitler aspired not to make Germany great in education, justice, and industry, but to create a thousand-year Reich (empire) and conquer the world, writes Daniel Pipes, first published in Middle East Forum, on Yoram …

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Foreign Aid a form of drug, dependency, addiction #Gaza #WestBank, Gerald Steinberg

The US has confirmed it will stop all aid to Palestinians in the West Bank and Gaza, in a step linked to new anti-terrorism legislation, reports the BBC. Last year, Washington cut hundreds of millions of dollars of aid to the Palestinians supported by USAID, also ending all US funding for the UNRWA, previously giving annually more than any other …

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Christianity is now an African Religion, the West is turning to Hedonism – President of African-Israel Initiative, Erik Selle

Herland Report TV (HTV): “There is a strong anti-Christian sentiment within the European media establishment and the elites. Russia chooses the opposite path by strengthening Christian Orthodoxy as the cultural fundament,” states the president of the Africa-Israel Initiative, Erik Selle, who has work in 17 African countries. He was born and raised in India and Nepal, and has extensive international …

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Growing Islamism and Anti-Semitism, who rules the US? Middle East Forum

The US-Israel alliance has long enjoyed bipartisan support. However, with the rise of the Islamist-left alliance within the Democratic Party, a shift toward anti-Israel sentiments has taken place. For example, during the 2012 Democratic National Convention, pro-Israel language traditionally in the party platform was deleted. The ascent of Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib and their explicit support for both anti-Israel …

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Arab Spring Algeria, Sudan, Libya – beginning of new civil wars? Jonathan Spyer, ME Forum

The current instability in Algeria, Sudan and Libya has led to some excited western media coverage heralding a second chapter of the Arab Spring. Those celebrating should be careful what they wish for. The Arab uprisings of 2010-11 and the subsequent years began with great hope but with the partial exception of Tunisia, left only strife, war and state fragmentation …

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President Assad faces no major threat to his continued rule in Syria, Jonathan Spyer, ME Forum

The war that has ravaged Syria over the last half-decade is coming to an end. The caliphate declared by Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi of the Islamic State organization on June 29, 2014, at the al-Nuri mosque in Mosul now consists of a few ravaged square meters in Baghouz, in Syria’s Lower Euphrates River Valley, that are on the verge of falling …

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Why Do Central European Nationalists Love Israel So Much? Ivan Krastev, New York Times

Periods of major political transformation have never been particularly easy for Jews, and the current moment is no exception. Anti-Semitism is ascendant in Europe and many fear that the resurgence of nationalism will exacerbate it. But there is a twist: Anti-Semitism’s rise in Europe is being accompanied by a growing fascination among Europe’s hard right with Israel and, in particular, …

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