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Solving the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is not difficult. America is the most powerful country on earth, and the most influential with the Israelis. Israel and Palestine are two of the tiniest nations on the earth. Why can't America impose a fair and just solution on these two parties and settle this dispute once and for all? It could be done. We need to stop listening to the experts who complicate the issue, and move forward with a simple and commonsense based approach. Tune in to hear my practical commonsense plan that is fair to both sides and will bring security to both sides.
Have you ever been called a "slut"? If so, how did you feel? Whether you are sexually active or not the term can be hurtful and embarrassing. If you’re a parent of a teen, have you heard about "slut" shaming and the dire effects it can have on your impressionable teenager?
"Slut" shaming and sexual bullying is occurring every day in America. Many teens are experiencing these issues and feel uncomfortable reporting it to their parents or other adults. Emily Lindin, who founded of The UnSlut Project in April 2013, found herself in this exact situation when she was eleven. She began journaling about these incidents of "slut" shaming and sexual bullying she faced in school.
As Emily published her journal entries, she hoped that her words would reach teens experiencing the same thing bringing awareness about this prevalent issue. The UnSlut Project started as a small online personal submission and has now grown to incorporate the stories of girls, women, and men of many ages, backgrounds, and nationalities. Emily will be discussing the UnSlut Project and her upcoming video project “Slut: A Documentary Film” and her soon to be released book, “UnSlut: A Diary and A Memoir”.
Emily Lindin is the founder of The UnSlut Project, ? an online community where survivors of sexual bullying and "slut" shaming can share their stories, and where girls who are currently suffering can find support and solidarity.
?The UnSlut Project's crowd-funded film, "Slut: A Documentary Film," is in post-production and Emily's book, "UnSlut: A Diary and A Memoir," will be published in Dec., 2015.
The Palestinian that loves Israel and Yeshua! Special Guests Mazzen Warra. Mazzen Warra shares his testimony of his supernatural transformation and salvation. He also shares his recent experiences in the Land of Israel. JOIN US LINE AND CALL IN TO SPEAK WITH THE GUEST! Music and more..
Join ACR President, Nancy Flatters, in her conversation with Dr. Bernard (Bernie) Mayer about his new book "The Conflict Paradox" and its embodiment of his evolving thinking about the heart of what we do as conflict interveners and how we make a difference. Bernie gets at this through focusing on seven essential paradoxes that are at the core of conflict.
Also join Bernie for his presentation focused on one of the paradoxes, Community and Autonomy, at ACR Conference 2015 in Reno, Nevada from October 7-10 at the Atlantis Casino and Spa. Go to http://reno.acrnet.org for details. #RenoACR2015
From top Corporate business woman, to internationally acclaimed author, Anita Telle talks to us about how her child being bullied, changed her and her son’s life as well as the lives of many people from around the world. She has a mission: To teach acceptance and love to children ages 4 – 9 so they will grow up to be amazing, supportive and loving teenagers, immune to peer pressure and bullying. She also has a story to tell. And it’s an important story; one that touches everyone, everywhere, from every culture. But it is especially important for children: Being different IS normal. We are all different, in different ways.
As a very involved mom, Anita realized just how much she loves children and created the first ever “feel good” Gnomy’s Boo-Boo Bears for children with a unique story for each Boo-Boo-Bear. Anita is furthering her love for children and is now focusing on anti-bullying because her son Branden was born with a cleft pallet/lip and was bullied for being different. As a mom, she asked herself what she could do to make a change in her son’s life. Anita decided to start writing children’s books with a “message of acceptance”.
Tracy is an Alternative Dispute Resolution Coordinator at the Maryland Mediation and Conflict Resolution Office (MACRO). Tracy also serves as a conflict coach, mediator, and promotes conflict resolution processes through trainings, outreach initiatives, and continuing education for conflict resolution practitioners.
Tonight we continue the last shows discussion "Israeli-Palistinian Conflict" Part II. We've got more territory history to cover and more Arab-Israeli conflict to discuss. To include Operation Mole Cricket 19. Tune in, listen and learn...or be a putz.
When a marriage ends, whether due to death or divorce, and a woman is left to raise her children alone, she generally doesn't plan to remain alone for the rest of her life. She hopes the male companion that enters her life will also be in harmony with her children from her previous relationship, and ideally everyone will get along, she'll remarry and live happily ever after. That's the hope. Unfortunately, that is very often not the reality, particularly when the children have reached the teen years. A woman with teenage daughters has to be very cautious about bringing men around them. There are countless horror stories of men who tried to seduce or even sexually assaulted the teenage daughter of the woman they were dating. A woman with teenage sons has to face different issues. A sixteen year old son without a father present in the home sees himself as the male head of household and sees any other man entering his mothers's life as an intruder. How should a single mother handle these situations as she prepares to find a new husband?
When a marriage ends, whether due to death or divorce, and a woman is left to raise her children alone, she generally doesn't plan to remain alone for the rest of her life. She hopes the male companion that enters her life will also be in harmony with her children from her previous relationship, and ideally everyone will get along, she'll remarry and live happily ever after. That's the hope. Unfortunately, that is very often not the reality, particularly when the children have reached the teen years. A woman with teenage daughters has to be very cautious about bringing men around them. There are countless horror stories of men who tried to seduce or even sexually assaulted the teenage daughter of the woman they were dating. A woman with teenage sons has to face different issues. A sixteen year old son without a father present in the home sees himself as the male head of household and sees any other man entering his mothers's life as an intruder. How should a single mother handle these situations as she prepares to find a new husband? What happens if her children object to the new man in her life?
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In many situations we see our decisions as an ‘either/or’ dilemma. Author and Ph.D. Bernie Mayer argues in his new book, The Conflict Paradox, Seven Dilemmas at the Core of Disputes, that the real challenge is to find a new path that incorporates both approaches. These apparently opposing conflict practices need not be mutually exclusive—in fact, each is necessary to the other.
Bernie Mayer is a Professor of Dispute Resolution, at The Werner Institute, Creighton University. For over thirty years he has been a leader in the conflict resolution field. Bernie has facilitated many complex environmental conflicts, commercial and organizational disputes, interpersonal conflicts, public decision-making processes, and has an extensive background in family mediation as well. He is a founding partner of CDR Associates, a pioneering conflict intervention firm. Bernie is the author of many books and articles. His lastest book is, The Conflict Paradox, Seven Dilemmas at the Core of Disputes.
Stephen Kotev is a Washington D.C. based conflict resolution consultant offering mediation, negotiation and facilitation services, conflict coaching, training and somatic education to private and government clients. He holds a Master of Science degree from George Mason University’s School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution and a black belt in the Japanese martial art of Aikido. Stephen is a nationally recognized expert on how to maintain your performance under pressure and the Chair of the Association for Conflict Resolution’s Taskforce on Safety in ADR.
1. President Obama said he has told Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu that the Israeli leader's remarks in the closing days of his re-election campaign had upended the Israeli-Palestinian peace process and ran counter to the very nature of Israeli democracy, an unusually forceful and public condemnation of the top official of a vital United States ally.
2. Rebel fighters opposed to Yemen’s president took over the central city of Taiz in an escalation of a power struggle diplomats say risks drawing in neighboring oil giant Saudi Arabia and its main regional rival Iran.
3. The commander of the U.S. Northern Command warned that Russia is developing a long-range cruise missile that poses a new threat to the United States.
4. An Iranian ship unloaded more than 180 tons of weapons and military equipment at a rebel-controlled port in western Yemen.
5. The Jordanian government is set to sign a nuclear agreement with Russia later this month in order to build its first nuclear power plant. Earlier this month, Saudi Arabia and South Korea agreed to cooperate to build at least two small and medium-size nuclear reactors.
You can read these stories in more detail and get more prophecy-related news at SecondComingHerald.com.
The prophetic passage of Scripture we are looking at today is Deuteronomy 29:9-13 which reads: "Keep therefore the words of this covenant, and do them, that ye may prosper in all that ye do. Ye stand this day all of you before the Lord your God… That thou shouldest enter into covenant with the Lord thy God, and into his oath, which the Lord thy God maketh with thee this day: That he may establish thee to day for a people unto himself, and that he may be unto thee a God, as he hath said unto thee..."
Our second coming quote for today is from David Hocking. He said: "There is no gospel without the return of Christ."
THIS IS A REPEAT SHOW (But a real good one!)
WORDS MAKE PEOPLE guest on Sunday August 30th is Dr. Debra Majeed of Beloit, WI (Beloit College). Join us from 1-3 p.m. (EST) on Station IWDM.
In June, the University Press of Florida will released “Polygyny: What It Means When African American Muslim Women Share Their Husbands” by Debra Majeed.
YOU DON'T WANT TO MISS THIS THOUGHT PROVOKING INTERVIEW AND DISCUSSION ON A REAL-LIFE TOPIC.
The publisher’s description follows of this book states:
Debra Majeed sheds light on families whose form and function conflict with U.S. civil law. Polygyny–multiple-wife marriage–has steadily emerged as an alternative to the low numbers of marriageable African American men and the high number of female-led households in black America.
This book features the voices of women who welcome polygyny, oppose it, acquiesce to it, or even negotiate power in its practices. Majeed examines the choices available to African American Muslim women who are considering polygyny or who are living it. She calls attention to the ways in which interpretations of Islam’s primary sources are authorized or legitimated to regulate the rights of Muslim women. Highlighting the legal, emotional, and communal implications of polygyny, Majeed encourages Muslim communities to develop formal measures that ensure the welfare of women and children who are otherwise not recognized by the state.
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