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    Juan Cole | 07-18

    There are such things as small terrorist groups that do a lot of harm and lack any significant social or political support. It may well be that such groups can be defeated by counter-terrorism operations.

    Other so-called terrorist groups are more organic, growing out of the profound suffering and grievances of a whole population. Such groups may deploy terror (attacks by non-state actors on non-combatants), but they aren’t actually just terrorist groups. They are insurgencies.


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    An event at the LAVA building (4134 Lancaster Ave) to be held on Saturday, July 26th from 3:00pm to 5:30pm. Flyer here. (1)
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  • Terry Rumsey | 06-15

    Event Sponsor: Delaware County United for Sensible Gun Policy
    When: Saturday, June 28, 2014
    What: Supporters of state and federal legislation establishing universal background checks on gun sales will walk from the Martin Luther King Historical Marker at Calvary Baptist Church in Chester, PA to a rally site at Providence Friends Meeting House in Media, PA.
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    TEHRAN (FNA)- Media outlets across the world, even the ones in those western countries which back up the armed opposition to the Syrian government, were all shocked to see the massive voter turnout in the Syrian presidential election at the country's embassies abroad.
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    As early as November 28, 2013, the reporters and editors of the New York Times decided that they would slant their news and opinions in favor protesters in Kiev, blame Russia, and ignore the activities of neo-Nazis and fascists.
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