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Dealing with a troubled world, by Mazin Qumsiyeh

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'Then and Now,' by Subcomandante Insurgente MoisésThis new government system that the compañeros have, it’s small, butthe compañeros are putting science to work in this act, and because ofit, this small act, they’ve brought us together here Role of Biodiversity Scientists in a Troubled World to See in the Dark Amid Catastrophe: An Interview With DeepEcologist Joanna Macy of the week: The Biological Weapons Convention (BWC) enteredinto force on March 26, 1975. It currently has 165 states-parties, 12signatory states and 13 non-signatory states (Chad, Comoros, Djibouti,Eritrea, Guinea, ISRAEL, Kiribati, Micronesia, Namibia, Niue, Samoa,South Sudan, Tuvalu). Biological weapons can be very deadly and easyto make. A master student in biotechnology cold with labs present atmost universities make a weapon that could kill millions.Israel orders demolition of Palestinian village in West Bank children attend class in the street after Israel shuts down school the ethnic cleansing continues: Israeli occupation authoritiescutting pipes that delivered water to several Palestinian communitiesin the Jordan valley to murder/ ‘Extrajudicial Execution’: UN Slams 1.5yr Sentencefor ‘Manslaughter’ of Wounded Palestinian invited 26 Oscar stars to visit. So far none has speak louder than words, here are actions to do: Human and let us organize and act to save humanityMazin QumsiyehA bedouin in cyberspace, a villager at homeProfessor and (volunteer) DirectorPalestine Museum of Natural HistoryPalestine Institute of Biodiversity and SustainabilityBethlehem UniversityOccupied Palestinehttp://qumsiyeh.orghttp://palestinenature.orgJoin me on facebook newsletter