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His obituary also lists a litany of wounds that Lt. Dissinger received while serving the Union.

"He was wounded at Fredericksburg, Va., Dec. 13, 1862, by a shell fragment in the left knee. Later, in the Wilderness, on May 5, 1864, he was gun shot in both shoulders. At Spotsylvania Court House, on the night of May 9, 1864, he was again gun shot in the right shoulder."

After the war, John moved to Lebanon County, PA and lived in Lebanon, where he became a carpenter and an active member in the Hebron United Brethern Church. He and his wife, Louisa, had five children. At the time of his death, John also had 15 grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren.

John Dissinger passed away on Dec. 2, 1919 at home in Lebanon, PA and is buried there beside his wife in Kimmerlings Cemetery.

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          Department Press Briefings : Department Press Briefing - March 12, 2019      Cache   Translate Page      
Robert Palladino
Deputy Spokesperson
Department Press Briefing
Washington, DC
March 12, 2019

Index for Today's Briefing
  • IRAN
  • IRAQ
  • IRAN


    2:42 p.m. EDT

    MR PALLADINO: Good afternoon, everybody.

    QUESTION: Good afternoon.

    MR PALLADINO: Afternoon. At the top today, we are privileged to have with us our Special Representative for Venezuela Elliott Abrams. He’ll be – make a few remarks and be willing to take some questions. At the conclusion of the briefing, we also have some subject matter experts from our Bureau of Consular Affairs. If there are additional questions on matters pertaining to American citizens that you’d like to dive into a little bit, we’ll make them available as well.

    QUESTION: American citizens anywhere or in Venezuela?

    MR PALLADINO: We’re talking – that’s for Venezuela we’re talking about today. Okay? Great. Mr. Abrams, thanks.

    QUESTION: Then you’re going to --

    MR PALLADINO: We have a normal briefing as well.

    MR ABRAMS: Thank you. Happy to be here for my daily briefing. (Laughter.)

    QUESTION: You are becoming quite a fixture up there.

    QUESTION: You’re setting a good example.

    MR ABRAMS: Oh.

    QUESTION: There may be an opening for a spokesman. (Laughter.)

    MR ABRAMS: I wouldn’t touch that with a 20-foot pole. (Laughter.)

    On January 23rd and January 24th, we announced and began a process of bringing back to the United States the great majority of Americans who work at the U.S. embassy in Caracas. The decision announced yesterday is, in a sense, a follow-on to that initial decision and is the product of the same considerations for the conditions in Caracas, which make it so difficult to continue keeping the embassy staffed there, and for the general situation in Caracas.

    If you think back, it’s only six weeks ago, but the situation in Caracas has deteriorated very considerably in that period and especially in the last few days since the blackouts began on Friday. So the Secretary made that decision.

    You may have seen the interviews he did this morning. I’ll just read one paragraph: “We made the decision yesterday that it just was prudent to get these folks back. The situation there is deteriorating. The Maduro regime’s horrific leadership over the last year[s] has just made life there so difficult, it began to make it more difficult for the United States to take the actions that it needed to do to support the Venezuelan people. So we concluded this was simply the right step to take,” and it “was the right time to take it.”

    I should say that this does not represent any change in U.S. policy toward Venezuela nor does it represent any reduction in the commitment we have to the people of Venezuela and to their struggle for democracy. You will see very soon a significant number of additional visa revocations. You will see in the coming days some very significant additional sanctions and the international group, of which we are a part – that includes most EU countries, the Lima Group, Canada, the U.S. – continues to do its work.

    Why don’t I stop there and we’ll take some questions.

    MR PALLADINO: We’ll start with Associated Press.

    QUESTION: Thanks. I’m curious to know what the Secretary meant by saying that the presence of – continued presence of any American diplomats in Caracas was a constraint on policy. He didn’t quite explain. What exactly did their presence constrain, number one?

    Number two, you talked about the blackouts and all this kind of thing, but presumably there are no family members there. It was very, very – only a handful of staffers still at the embassy. Presumably, they have generators, right?

    MR ABRAMS: Generators require fuel, the embassy requires water.

    QUESTION: Okay.

    MR ABRAMS: The embassy’s own situation also had a – let’s say a finite number of days.

    QUESTION: Okay. All right. So can you explain what exactly the constraint was on – what kinds of policies were being constrained by the presence --

    MR ABRAMS: Well, I don’t --

    QUESTION: Especially because yesterday, the Secretary said that – when he was asked about support for – U.S. support for Juan Guaido, said that as long as our team is on the ground in Caracas, you’d continue to provide the same kinds of support that you do. Well, now that’s gone or very soon will be gone, so I don’t understand how these – those mesh.

    MR ABRAMS: Well, we will – we will – obviously it makes it more difficult to meet with all Venezuelans when the – we – when the team is not on the ground. I’m kind of reluctant to sort of try to parse the Secretary’s words, but let me just say that in every decision we made – every decision, decisions on diplomatic activities, on visas, on sanctions – the safety of that staff was a key consideration. And that was something that weighed very heavily on our mind every day, literally every day. So I think that’s – I think that was what the Secretary was referring to, and I’ll just leave it at that.

    QUESTION: Okay, but when you said it doesn’t reflect a change in policy --

    MR ABRAMS: No.

    QUESTION: -- it means that it was not intended to be some kind of hint or harbinger of military intervention or some kind of use of force?

    MR ABRAMS: Nothing has changed. We continue to say, because it is true, all options are on the table.

    QUESTION: But?

    MR ABRAMS: But they did not change yesterday.

    MR PALLADINO: There we go. Let’s go Michelle, CNN.

    QUESTION: So just hours before this statement came out from the Secretary we heard from the Secretary on Venezuela and he made no mention of the need to get people out. In fact, he really didn’t talk about U.S. people at the embassy there. So what changed between the time we spoke to him and close to midnight when he put this out?

    MR ABRAMS: He made his final decision. We have been talking about this literally – literally – every day. I’ve only been here six weeks, but that was right after the decision to move most of the people from the embassy back to the United States. We have had daily phone calls, daily meetings about this question, been before the Secretary, and he made his decision.

    QUESTION: And then that line that Matt mentioned, “constraint on U.S. policy” – that reads like a threat. I mean, it’s obviously curious. So should Maduro see that line as a threat?

    MR ABRAMS: I can only repeat what the President has said: All options are always on the table.

    MR PALLADINO: Let’s go to AFP.

    QUESTION: Yes. Just to – thank you. Just to follow on on this constraint thing, is there a link between the decision of withdrawing all the diplomats and some actions you might want to take to make sure the aid, which is at the border, come inside Venezuela?

    MR ABRAMS: No.

    MR PALLADINO: Reuters.

    QUESTION: Hello, Mr. Abrams. Two questions. One is: Who do you leave the embassy to? Do you appoint a protective power? What happens to the embassy, how do you ensure, number one.

    MR ABRAMS: Right.

    QUESTION: Number two: We understand that the decision was made because the talks with the Venezuelans collapsed late yesterday and that that – this is according to the Venezuelans – that’s what led to this. Did you – did the U.S. get any kind of direct threat from Maduro’s government that something was going to happen?

    MR ABRAMS: On the first part, normally we would get a protecting power, and that is, I think, what we’ll do here, and we are in discussions now about that. What will happen to the embassy grounds, the embassy physically, let’s say, is something that we then discuss with the protecting power, with potential protecting powers. So we don’t have a final answer on that, and when we do we’ll announce it.

    On the regime, you know on --

    QUESTION: Are you in discussions with other countries to – as to who will be the protecting power?

    MR ABRAMS: Yes. We are in discussions.

    QUESTION: But it hasn’t been decided who?

    MR ABRAMS: Right. About – we are trying to decide on a protecting power. January 23rd, the Secretary said the United States does not recognize the Maduro regime as the government of Venezuela. Accordingly, the United States does not consider former President Nicolas Maduro to have the legal authority to break diplomatic relations with the United States or to declare our diplomats persona non grata. So from our point of view, the regime cannot make a decision about whether we stay or go. And as a matter of fact, the National Assembly yesterday said we have the legal authority to stay, and they are the legitimate government of Venezuela. But the regime also cannot, in our view, provide security for the embassy, and the situation in Caracas is deteriorating. So our decision was made really fundamentally without regard to what the regime wants or thinks.

    MR PALLADINO: Let’s go with Los Angeles Times.

    QUESTION: Thank you. Just to follow on Lesley, so there were talks going on between the Venezuelans and you guys about creating an interest section or something like that and then the Venezuelans gave you 72 hours to leave. Is that not true?

    MR ABRAMS: No, we have had – as you know, we’ve talked about this before. I have – I had a couple of meetings with the de facto regime Foreign Minister Arreaza. And those meetings were essentially about exactly this. So this subject has been out there for a long time. But we made a decision at one point, and you talked about it here – I’ve certainly talked about it in public – that an interest section was really not appropriate. You do an interest section where there is no government that you consider legitimate. There is a legitimate government in Venezuela, from our point of view. Maybe that would have satisfied some demands of the regime, but it was not something that the Untied States was going to do. So that really was off the table.

    QUESTION: And 72 hours? The deadline?

    MR ABRAMS: Well, as I said, we do not believe the regime, on the one hand, has the ability to tell us when to leave, on the other hand, doesn’t have the ability to protect us if we stay.

    MR PALLADINO: Let’s go to Washington Post.

    QUESTION: Mr. Abrams, the Maduro government’s attorney general announced that Juan Guaido is going to be investigated for – on suspicion of sabotage in the blackout. Does the departure of the U.S. diplomats put him in a weaker position at all, at a time when he would seem to be under greater threat?

    MR ABRAMS: First, we’ve seen that as well, and it’s a threat against Interim President Guaido. They have made such threats before. They’ve talked about going after him on one basis or another, and we also know that the supreme court, the TSJ, has essentially been packed by the regime. So that’s a – that report is of real concern. I don’t think the regime is going to base its decision on that, on our presence or absence, any more than it made the decision on whether to arrest him upon his return on the basis of whether we were there or not there. I think it’s largely a matter of how they think the public, the Venezuelan public, will react.

    QUESTION: You have any warnings to the government or any message to them?

    MR ABRAMS: We have --

    QUESTION: Should they be contemplating arresting him on this?

    MR ABRAMS: I think – I hope they’re aware of the fact that there are 54 countries, some important countries, that consider Juan Guaido to be the legitimate interim president of Venezuela. And I think not only we but the other 53 will react immediately. There are a number of diplomatic and financial and economic steps that governments can take. We’ve taken many of them; other countries haven’t. I would think that the arrest, incarceration of Juan Guaido would lead a lot of countries to react very quickly.

    MR PALLADINO: Let’s go to EFE.

    QUESTION: Thank you. I want to ask you a question about the possible scenario of the Maduro government collapses. The Spain’s foreign minister today said that the U.S. asked Spain to receive Venezuelan ministers loyal to Maduro in case the Venezuelan Government collapses. So I wanted to ask you if the U.S. has actually made this petition to Spain, and what were the terms in which these petitions were made?

    MR ABRAMS: This is an old discussion. When I was assistant secretary of state for Latin America, and there were a lot of military regimes, the question of what to do with dictators arose, and it was actually Felipe Gonzalez, who was prime minister at the time, who said maybe Spain can help by taking some of these people. We’ve had some conversations with Spain. I wouldn’t say we made a request, they made an answer. We have certainly had conversations. We’ve had them with a couple of other places too, because this question may arise, and we have talked about off-ramps and we have talked about wanting some of the regime officials to leave the country as part of a transition.

    So the question therefore obviously arises: well, where would they go? And they may prefer to go to Cuba or Russia, but there are other places, and so that is a conversation we’ll continue to have. Unfortunately, none of the people at the top of the regime have yet made that decision, the decision that they should make. And as we’ve said before, we are willing to help them out in those circumstances.

    QUESTION: Can I ask a follow-up of – on that? You mentioned that they’re – the U.S. Government with Spain and a couple other places. Which ones are these other --

    MR ABRAMS: I’m not going to say, because it has not been as public as it has in the case of Spain.

    QUESTION: Thank you.

    MR PALLADINO: Let’s go to Washington Times.

    QUESTION: Thanks for coming out to talk with us. Big picture question regarding all the – all of the options on the table. Can you discuss the military option for a minute? And specifically, has the administration asked the Pentagon to draw up such an option? And assuming that it has, are you satisfied with the option that the Pentagon has, which is headed by an interim defense secretary, provided at this point?

    QUESTION: He’s a legitimate interim defense secretary. (Laughter.)

    MR ABRAMS: The President has said all options are the table. They are. Further than that it would be foolish for me to go, and I’m not going to do it.

    MR PALLADINO: Bloomberg.

    QUESTION: Mr. Abrams, can you talk a little bit more about the finite resources that the embassy is facing? I mean, it seems to be a suggestion that they’re running out of fuel and water. What were the constraints on the embassy?

    MR ABRAMS: It’s a difficult situation for the embassy. It’s a difficult situation for Venezuelans, of course, far more. I don’t believe the embassy is at this point connected to any water system. So there’s a question of how would you get fresh water. Obviously, there are continuing blackouts on and off. So the question then is: How are your generators working, and do you have enough fuel? There’s also a question of communications. If there’s no electricity, there are no communications, which obviously speaks immediately to the safety of our people.

    So the deterioration of the general situation in Caracas doesn’t affect the embassy exactly as it effects Venezuelans, but it does affect the embassy.

    QUESTION: But were you – was there any concern that there was some new or imminent security threat that the embassy might be overrun, that the Maduro regime was unable or unwilling to provide or to guarantee security?

    MR ABRAMS: We do not think that the regime is really able to provide security, and I would note that in his most recent public statement, former President Maduro spoke about calling upon the colectivos to come forward. Now, that – that’s calling for armed gangs to take over the streets, and it is obviously going to be a great worry to Venezuelans, but we noted it.

    QUESTION: I’m sorry, was that part of the – was that the deciding factor?

    MR ABRAMS: That – actually, that statement by Maduro came today. So it was not part of the decision. But the background was – and as you know, they’ve been using colectivos more in Caracas, along the borders. Perhaps it is a sign of Maduro’s lack of confidence in his own security forces. But it is by definition a breakdown of law and order.

    MR PALLADINO: Let’s go Wall Street Journal.

    QUESTION: Thank you. You said that the decision to remove embassy personnel doesn’t represent a policy change by the United States, but you have acknowledged that it would make it more difficult to meet with Venezuelans, both the Maduro regime and the Guaido government. So functionally, how is the U.S. going to proceed without an embassy staff on the ground? Are you just – are you going to remove them to nearby countries? Are they coming back to the States? What is the plan?

    MR ABRAMS: Who to nearby countries? The Americans?

    QUESTION: Yes.

    MR ABRAMS: The Americans will come back here to Washington, which is what the much larger group of Americans from the embassy in January did. I am very – I am one of the beneficiaries of this, because my team is made up in great part of people from Embassy Caracas, and the WHA team on Venezuela was also greatly enriched by their presence. Now, obviously people in the summer will go on to whatever forward assignments they had.

    We will – as I said, it’ll be harder, because we’re not going to be able to do the face-to-face meetings we were doing. Admittedly, we were not able to do a lot of face-to-face meetings because the embassy staff had become quite small. But it wasn’t – so it will be something that we’re going to have to try to accomplish outside of Venezuela or by telephone or by emails and other forms of communication.

    QUESTION: And are you able to give us even just rough estimates of the number of people we’re talking about?

    MR ABRAMS: No, we – I’m told we just – by the Diplomatic Security people we just don’t do that.

    MR PALLADINO: Let’s go to Fox.

    QUESTION: At the top you said that significant sanctions would be coming in the coming days. Can you elaborate a little bit on that? Are they targeting financial institutions or country-specific? The Secretary said yesterday a handful of nations are providing aid and comfort to the Maduro regime.

    MR ABRAMS: Well, we did, you know, Friday sanction a Russian-Venezuelan bank, one that was basically 50/50 owned by Russian and Venezuelan state institutions. There will be more sanctions of financial institutions – I think I would leave it at that – and more visa revocations coming very soon.

    QUESTION: Like today?

    MR ABRAMS: Possible. Possible.

    QUESTION: How about Turkey?

    MR PALLADINO: No, no Turkey. Voice of America, please.

    QUESTION: Well, Turkey and Venezuela is actually a thing.

    QUESTION: Yes.

    MR PALLADINO: Turkey and Venezuela. Okay.

    QUESTION: Yes, that’s what I – that’s what I mean.

    MR PALLADINO: Go ahead, Laurie. Okay, go ahead.

    QUESTION: Thank you. To follow up on this question, Turkey’s support for – is prominent among those countries supporting the Maduro regime, including through the gold trade. What – do you have a comment on that and are you considering the possibility of secondary sanctions?

    MR ABRAMS: Well, those are two different questions. We – Turkey’s support for the Maduro regime obviously is completely contrary to U.S. policy and very unhelpful, and we will continue to take a look at the ways in which that support takes place, and in the context of sanctions by Treasury. Maybe I should leave it at that.

    MR PALLADINO: Okay, fair enough. Voice of America.

    QUESTION: Thank you. So a follow-up on Nick’s question. Is yesterday’s sanction against the bank based in Russia a secondary sanction? And is it the beginning of more sanctions against foreign financial institutions? That’s number one, and number two: Can you please give us a sense if there is any diplomatic effort to bring China on board? Thank you.

    MR ABRAMS: The bank – the sanctions of Friday on the Russian-Venezuelan bank were not secondary sanctions. We have not done any secondary sanctions. The – we will continue to make efforts to bring China aboard. We have told – in various places have told the Chinese that we think if their concern is in essence getting their money back, they’ll never get it back from the bankrupt Maduro regime and from a basically destroyed Venezuelan economy. As the Secretary explained yesterday, the only way they’ll get it back is when Venezuela returns to prosperity, which it won’t do under Nicolas Maduro. Obviously they haven’t changed their policy yet, but we will continue to talk about that.

    QUESTION: Will they be subject to potential sanction?

    MR ABRAMS: Well, we have not done secondary sanctions. That’s always one of the options on the table.

    MR PALLADINO: Last one. Let’s – someone new. (Off-mike.)

    QUESTION: Really?

    QUESTION: NTN24, Emiliana Molina, Mr. Abrams. So removing U.S. diplomats and bringing them back to D.C., is this perhaps a show of lack of confidence from the U.S. in Juan Guaido’s government to restore democracy, and what does this mean for his government? Some experts are saying that this looks bad for Guaido.

    MR ABRAMS: It certainly is not a display of any lack of confidence in him. The fact is that today the regime has the guns. The National Assembly and Interim President Guaido are trying, through exclusively peaceful means, to bring democracy back to Venezuela, and that is obviously something we and dozens of other countries support. It is a reflection of the deterioration that we see on the ground in Venezuela, and it is in essence a follow-up to the major part of the decision, which was made on January 24th, to take most of the embassy staff. It’s – we left a few people there, not many, but it’s really the same logic. Our support for Interim President Guaido is absolutely undiminished, and I think, more importantly, the support of the Venezuelan people for him is undiminished.

    MR PALLADINO: Perfect. All right.

    MR ABRAMS: Okay.

    MR PALLADINO: Mr. Abrams, thank you very much.

    QUESTION: Thank you.

    MR ABRAMS: Thank you. Should I say see you tomorrow?

    MR PALLADINO: Yeah. No, no, no, no, no, no, no. (Laughter.)

    QUESTION: Or later this afternoon. (Laughter.)

    QUESTION: Robert, are some of these experts (inaudible)?

    MR PALLADINO: Some of our subject matter experts remain in the room, and so let’s get through some of our other issues today and then I’d be happy to make them available if you’ve got some specific questions that you’d like to ask on the subject of consular services in Venezuela, okay?

    QUESTION: You’re going to make them sit through the whole press briefing?

    MR PALLADINO: I’m going to apologize in advance. You are going to have to listen to some other things, it’s true, so all right. Thank you. All right.

    Let’s start with this: We are outraged to hear reports that the Iranian regime sentenced Iranian human rights defender and women’s rights activist Nasrin Sotoudeh to 38 years in prison and 148 lashes. This sentence is beyond barbaric. Her alleged crime was advocating for Iranian women’s rights and for defending other Iranian women who were arrested by the regime for peacefully protesting the mandatory hijab law. Nasrin was sentenced in absentia without a fair trial by the notorious revolutionary court, which is led by Judge Moghiseh, an accused human rights violator.

    In addition, just this week, the regime cynically announced that as they enter the fifth decade of the Iranian Revolution, they would appoint Ebrahim Raisi, a man involved in mass summary executions of prisoners of conscience, as the head of the regime’s judiciary. The Iranian regime makes a mockery of the entire legal system in Iran, placing innocent people at the mercy of accused human rights violators. We condemn Nasrin’s sentence in the strongest possible terms and call on all of our partners and allies to speak out and demand the release of this courageous human rights defender and all those arbitrarily detained immediately. The Iranian people deserve a government that respects their legitimate demands and the human rights of all in Iran, not one that subjects them to prosecution in a justice system led by accused human rights violators.

    And we are pleased to have a group of teachers and students from Oakton, Virginia with us today. They’re in the back row. Welcome. They’re visiting the State Department as part of their history course and they are here to learn about American foreign policy. So welcome, we’re happy that you could join us, and – yeah, don’t ask questions. Perfect, all right. (Laughter.)

    Great. Questions?

    QUESTION: Yeah. Robert, I mean, this is going to be for the end. I would just like to know from the consular – roughly how many Americans or people, dual American citizens they estimate – I know that there’s no exact figure. You can never be exact, but like, is it tens of thousands, hundreds of – I mean, what’s the population? And how much of a difference is this going to be mean with – it was only a handful of people at the embassy in Caracas anyway, so there couldn’t – must have been very limited what they could do for people who needed assistance. So I mean, is – what’s the actual impact on that?

    And then more broadly on Venezuela, not for the CA people, although maybe: What is the – what’s the current standing of this debate over TPS or some other kind of – if that’s determined not to be applicable in this Venezuela situation, some other mechanism that would allow Venezuelans to stay in the U.S. beyond what Special Representative Abrams has spoken about, the 74,000 who are already in this asylum pipeline?

    MR PALLADINO: Regarding American citizens, I will defer on some of the more specifics on what we’re able to do to some of the folks that we have with us today, but we – I can say at the top that we will hold the Maduro regime directly responsible for the safety and welfare of United States citizens that are in Venezuela, and like our travel advisory says, we – U.S. citizens – U.S. citizens residing in or traveling in Venezuela should strongly consider departing Venezuela. That’s something we’ve said previously and something that we reiterate. We’re pursuing all possible possibilities to secure travel options for U.S. citizens, and we will be announcing additional information for foreign government partners in the days that follow. We continue to advise American citizens to avoid demonstrations and large gatherings and to monitor local media for updates.

    To repeat, the travel advisory in Venezuela remains the same, and that is Level Four, do not travel. And I’ll leave it at that.

    QUESTION: TPS or some other --

    MR PALLADINO: I don’t have any updates on that issue today. I don’t want to get ahead. It’s something that’s being looked at, I know, but I don’t have any information to --

    QUESTION: But what exactly is being looked at? Some alternate mechanism? Has it been – has it actually been decided at some – by – has it actually – has the administration actually decided that TPS in the case of Venezuela is not the right – is not the applicable vehicle or mechanism for --

    MR PALLADINO: I don’t have any policy announcements to make on that. It’s just something – I don’t have any policy announcements to make.

    QUESTION: I have a follow-up just – I don’t know if I didn’t hear properly. Are you saying you’re pursuing all options as to get U.S. citizens out of Venezuela?

    MR PALLADINO: No, no. That’s something we do to help facilitate, not --

    QUESTION: To facilitate.

    MR PALLADINO: Yes, there’s no – yes.

    QUESTION: Okay.

    MR PALLADINO: Okay. Correct.


    QUESTION: So with the situation deteriorating enough to now pull everybody out of the embassy, do you feel it necessary to put out additional information to all American citizens there, or do you feel like the “do not travel” sort of stands for itself?

    MR PALLADINO: Well, we routinely look at our travel information, and given that circumstances are changing, I would not think it – I would think – I would expect that additional information would be updated and provided in short order. I don’t think it’s going to change from Travel Four, that said, okay – from Level Four.

    QUESTION: Yeah, the advice that you – the advice that you last gave to – that you strongly, whatever that exact wording is, urge them to --

    MR PALLADINO: Yeah, “do not travel” was our – that’s our advice, okay?

    QUESTION: That’s – okay, that’s – but for those who are already there, I mean, the current language you said is, like, strongly suggest that they leave or something to that effect. Is that language from the alert going to be updated to, like, get out now?

    MR PALLADINO: That’s – I don’t want to preview what’s being done. It’s being looked at and reviewed, and in short order – safety of American citizens is one of the highest priorities of the State Department. It’s something that we are constantly reviewing, and as situations on the ground change, we review these things regularly and update them.


    QUESTION: Robert, after the American diplomats leave, will the local staff remain or will they – will they still be going into work and maybe protecting the property? And if not, will you be giving things like any remaining food and water that you have to them to take home, or can you tell me what --

    MR PALLADINO: I don’t have any additional information on that topic.

    (Inaudible.) Please, go ahead, Christina.

    QUESTION: Thanks. Can you give us – can you give us some guidance on when we might see the evacuation start? I’m hearing the end of the week. Does that sound about right? Is there an evacuation plan in the works? Can you give us, like, an update on where that is? Commercial? Are we going to send transports down?

    MR PALLADINO: We’re not going to get – the Secretary last night in his statement and tweet indicated this week, and we’re not going to get into details on when exactly or how exactly that will be transpiring.

    QUESTION: And just a follow-up, my colleagues asked a couple times but it wasn’t quite answered – Mr. Abrams didn’t quite answer the question when he was asked whether there had been some sort of new specific threat from the Maduro regime. He kept saying we don’t trust them to protect our diplomats, but can you say definitively, yes or no, if there had been some sort of new threat in the last couple hours that prompted this decision by the Secretary?

    MR PALLADINO: I have nothing beyond what Mr. Abrams said. I don’t.


    QUESTION: Did you accept the premise of her first question, which was that this is an evacuation, or did you just not --

    MR PALLADINO: This is – no. This is – I did not. This is – we’re withdrawing U.S. personnel.

    QUESTION: Right, but do you consider it to be an evacuation?


    QUESTION: Are you going in – is this Saigon ’75?

    MR PALLADINO: We’re withdrawing our personnel in an orderly fashion. The security of our people is paramount.

    Please. Said, please.

    QUESTION: Robert, thank you. Change topics. Okay.

    QUESTION: Could I just have one real quick question? Will the embassy be closed? Will that be the way to describe it? How would you describe --

    MR PALLADINO: I would not say it’s closed, no.

    QUESTION: How – when --

    MR PALLADINO: I would say – the legal status of the embassy – I would say we’re withdrawing from the embassy, but I believe closure is a matter of legality, and that’s not something that we have decided. So this is interim, I would say.

    QUESTION: One more on Venezuela?

    MR PALLADINO: Said, please go ahead.

    QUESTION: Yes, thank you. Changing topics, very quickly, Israel is set to deport the Human Rights Watch director for the West Bank because of a tweet, I guess. He’s a U.S. citizen. Are you aware of that? And what will you do to help him stay and conduct his job?

    MR PALLADINO: We are aware of those reports, and yes, the answer is --

    QUESTION: And what are you offering him? Aid? Help? Has he come – has he gone to the – not the consulate but the embassy?

    MR PALLADINO: I’m not aware of anything like that, Said.

    QUESTION: Okay. All right. Let me move on to another --

    QUESTION: Well, wait a second. Let’s stay.


    QUESTION: Just are you talking to the Israelis about this? Would you – or is it – is it that you come to the defense of American citizens any – in all countries except Israel?

    MR PALLADINO: That is not true. The United States has no greater --

    QUESTION: Okay. Well --

    MR PALLADINO: Let me finish – has no greater responsibility, priority than the safety of American citizens, the welfare of our citizens overseas. In this particular case, I’m not going to talk about specifics. But I can say, as a matter of general principle, we value freedom of expression, even in cases where we do not agree with the political views espoused, and I’ll stop there.

    QUESTION: Thank you.

    QUESTION: But did he --

    QUESTION: Okay, let me just follow-up --

    MR PALLADINO: Go ahead.

    QUESTION: -- on another issue on the Palestinian-Israeli issue. The government signed agreement, the Israeli Government, to build 23,000 housing units in occupied East Jerusalem. And also, there’s been such an uptick in settlements and so on. I know that you stick to your policy, but has there been – I mean, past administrations would issue concern from time to time, say, “We’re concerned about the acceleration of settlement building,” and so on. What is your position on this latest thing, since we haven’t heard anything from this administration on settlements?

    MR PALLADINO: The President has made his position on settlements clear. This is something we’ve talked about before. The Israeli Government has also made clear that its intent is to adopt a policy regarding settlement activity that takes into account the President’s concerns, that takes those into consideration. And that’s something that we welcome.

    QUESTION: And do you think that they have – I mean since this President’s been in office for the past two years, that they took his concern into consideration?

    MR PALLADINO: We welcome the Israeli Government’s decision to take the President’s views into consideration, and I would just reiterate what the President has said repeatedly, that the administration is committed to pursuing a comprehensive peace between Israelis and Palestinians.

    QUESTION: Robert?

    MR PALLADINO: Laurie.

    QUESTION: (Off-mike.)

    QUESTION: The Western press yesterday ran headlines like, “Iran’s Rouhani in Iraq for His Third Visit to Offset U.S. Sanctions.” Is it still your position that Iraq has to abide by the Iran sanctions?

    MR PALLADINO: As far as sanctions go, as you know, a waiver was granted to Iraq to allow it to continue to pay for its electricity imports from Iran. And that has helped Iraq limit electricity shortages in the south since the re-imposition of sanctions that took place in November. And we’re going to continue to discuss Iran-related sanctions with our partners in Iraq to ensure continued compliance. And finally, any decisions related to those sanctions waivers, they’re at the discretion of the Secretary of State, and I would leave it there.

    QUESTION: Robert?

    QUESTION: And there are two issues in specific. One has to do with banking and reports that Iraq and Iran will establish a joint bank, which will allow Iran to circumvent sanctions. And the second has to do with a railroad from Iran to Basra, which would allow Iran to send military supplies to its proxies in Iraq, Lebanon, and Syria. Is that compatible with your understanding of sanctions?

    MR PALLADINO: Laurie, I don’t have any information on these proposals that you’re identifying today, so I’m going to refrain from talking on them.

    QUESTION: Robert --

    QUESTION: (Off-mike.)

    MR PALLADINO: Yep. Let’s go --

    QUESTION: Could you give us your reaction, the U.S. reaction, on President Bouteflika of Algeria not to seek a fifth term but to stay – to postpone the election and to stay in power, at least until the end of the year and probably after that?

    MR PALLADINO: We support efforts in Algeria to chart a new path forward based on dialogue that reflects the will of all Algerians and their aspirations for a peaceful and prosperous future.

    QUESTION: That’s all?

    MR PALLADINO: Well, we respect the rights of the Algerians to assemble and peacefully express their views, and we’re closely monitoring reports that Algeria’s elections have been postponed. We support the right of the Algerian people to vote in a free and fair election, as we do around the world.

    QUESTION: You think it’s a good thing that he’s not seeking a fifth term?

    MR PALLADINO: We support efforts in Algeria to chart a new path forward, and I’ll leave it at that.

    QUESTION: Robert?

    QUESTION: Robert?

    MR PALLADINO: Please. Afghanistan.

    QUESTION: Ambassador Khalilzad tweeted a short while ago that they’re – the – the two parties agreed in – in draft to some sort of proposal on the U.S. withdrawal as well as the Taliban providing safe haven in Afghanistan to terror groups. Can you share any more details on what that draft looks like, whether it’s – there’s a timetable now on U.S. withdrawal?

    MR PALLADINO: I did see those tweets. Special Representative Khalilzad and a team representing agencies across the United States Government concluded today talks with the Taliban delegation in Doha, and that’s what he was tweeting about. These have been the most substantive talks with the Taliban to date. We’ve received reports back from Special Representative Khalilzad that they’ve had meaningful progress. The Taliban have agreed that peace will require both sides to fully address four core issues, and they are: counterterrorism assurances, troop withdrawal, intra-Afghan dialogue, and a comprehensive ceasefire.

    In this round of talks, we were able to move to agreement in draft on the first two principles – counterterrorism assurances and troop withdrawal. And when that agreement, in draft, is finalized, the Taliban and an inclusive Afghan negotiating team that includes the Afghan Government and other Afghans will begin intra-Afghan negotiations of a political settlement and comprehensive ceasefire.

    And I’d also add that Special Representative Khalilzad will be returning to Washington. He’ll be consulting with Secretary Pompeo as well as the interagency and also partner countries in this process. Much work remains to be done. As Special Representative Khalilzad has said before, “nothing is agreed until everything is agreed.”

    QUESTION: So you can’t share any details then of what was agreed to in that draft?

    MR PALLADINO: I’m not going to be able to go into details on the results of the just concluded and ongoing talks.

    QUESTION: Robert?

    QUESTION: Robert?

    QUESTION: Second part of this though, as you said and as the ambassador tweeted, once this agreement in draft is finalized, then those intra-Afghan party talks will begin. Is that a commitment from the Taliban that they will engage, once this agreement is finalized, with the Afghan Government?

    MR PALLADINO: I’m not going to be able to go into more details on the agreement itself, because they’re private conversations, and we want to give the parties time to work things out and to work out these issues in private. But intra-Afghan dialogue that includes the Afghan Government as well as the Taliban and other Afghans encourages – is something that we’re very much focused on and remains part of what we’re pursuing.

    QUESTION: Can I ask you, on a separate topic, your statement at the beginning on Iran and the sentencing of a women’s rights activist: Why didn’t you issue a similar statement when Saudi Arabia arrested women rights activists there, including a State Department International Women of Courage Award winner, Samar Badawi?

    MR PALLADINO: We’ve – I mean, this particular case really was barbaric. Many others have spoken out on this as well. Thirty-eight – this is a – basically, a lawyer representing women clients that’s been sentenced to 38 years and 148 lashes. That kind of barbarism is something that must be called out.

    In regards to other countries, Secretary Pompeo – we’ve spoken about – we speak about human rights, frankly, when we engage – when we travel the world engaging partners, allies. We do this regularly. It’s something that we stand for. It’s something that we’ll continue to do.

    QUESTION: But why not do it from the podium in a similar fashion?

    MR PALLADINO: I’m not sure what specific case you’re referring to. We choose different ways to communicate our – to promote the value – human rights values. It’s something we’re going to continue to be outspoken about and we raise this regularly with all partners.

    Sure, Janne. Please, go ahead.

    QUESTION: Thank you very much, Robert. On South Korea, not North Korea this time.


    QUESTION: Okay. The – reported by the South Korean Channel A News, the former unification minister of South Korea, Jeong Se-hyun, said that the United States National Security Advisor John Bolton is a very unlucky person. I think the insulting language about John Bolton is a (inaudible) about – against the American people. How do U.S. react diplomatically?

    MR PALLADINO: Yeah, I haven’t seen that report and I’m – I have no reaction. Okay.

    QUESTION: Because he blaming about Hanoi talks, so John Bolton made the decisions break down this U.S.-North Korea summit. Can you find that out?

    MR PALLADINO: I would just say that the lead negotiator for the United States of America is the President of the United States, and that’s the President’s decision.

    QUESTION: Robert --

    QUESTION: That’s President’s decision. Okay. Thank you.

    QUESTION: Can I ask about the Ethiopian Airlines crash? It’s my understanding that Ethiopia has a lot of control over the investigation, at least at this point. Is the State Department working with Ethiopian authorities to make sure U.S. investigators have access to black boxes?

    MR PALLADINO: In response to the Government of Ethiopia’s request, we have sent a team from the United States National Transportation Safety Board. That includes the Federal Aviation Administration personnel as well. And they’re assisting in the investigation to determine the cause of death. Officials from the United States are also coordinating with INTERPOL and Ethiopian authorities in support of efforts to identify the remains of victims. These are some of the steps that the United States Government is taking to assist, and we – again, we extend our deepest condolences to all those families and the friends of those that lost their lives on that tragic accident.

    QUESTION: On Syria, Robert --

    MR PALLADINO: Please, right there.

    QUESTION: Thank you. If we can move to North Korea. Given the UN panel of experts’ findings on North Korea and sanctions, is the administration concerned that North – that the sanctions regime is not being enforced?

    MR PALLADINO: We made progress in Hanoi at the summit, and although we did not reach an agreement with North Korea, we were able to exchange detailed positions and to narrow the gap on a number of issues. Also made clear the United States expects complete denuclearization before sanctions relief. So I’d say that in response to your question, the United States and the international community have a shared understanding of what final, fully verified denuclearization entails, as well as meaningful progress, what that will constitute, what that goal looks like. And we remain ready to move forward. And I’ll leave it at that.

    QUESTION: Can I just follow quickly? Does the administration believe that there should be more economic pressure applied on North Korea?

    MR PALLADINO: We remain ready to engage North Korea. We are looking – I’m sorry, what was your question again? Increased? So we – our policy’s been explained many times; the President explained that these sanctions are the world’s sanctions and that they will be maintained until denuclearization is achieved. And I’ll leave it at that for now.

    Let’s go – last question. Michel, please.

    QUESTION: Yeah. You tweeted on Syria and building a statue of Hafez Assad in Daraa. Can you make the statement on camera, please?

    MR PALLADINO: I’m sorry, can you say it one more time, Michel?

    QUESTION: On Syria. You tweeted on building a statue of Hafez Assad in Daraa. Do you remember?

    MR PALLADINO: When was this?

    QUESTION: Before noon today.

    MR PALLADINO: Before noon. Of course. (Laughter.)

    QUESTION: If you can make the statement on camera, please.

    MR PALLADINO: (Laughter.) And what is your question? Help me establish --

    QUESTION: If you can make the statement on camera, please.

    MR PALLADINO: I need the tweet in front of me. (Laughter.)

    QUESTION: Okay. I will retweet it. You can --

    MR PALLADINO: All right, I’ll do it afterwards. If you want me to read the tweet, I’d be happy to do that. All right. All right.

    QUESTION: Quick question on Israel?

    MR PALLADINO: Shri, go ahead. Oh, I’m sorry, not Shri. Shri, go ahead. There’s your hand there.

    QUESTION: I wanted to know if you have an update on the exemption from Iran sanctions for India on oil purchases. It’s been six months since they were granted, and I think the foreign secretary is – Gokhale is scheduled to discuss them with his U.S. counterparts.

    And a second question: Is the U.S. concerned that China might block the UNSC 1267 listing request for Jaish-e-Mohammed chief Masood Azhar? Because Beijing made some comments yesterday that would suggest that China was potentially going to put a hold on it or block it.

    MR PALLADINO: As you point out, Foreign Secretary Gokhale is in town for high-level meetings this week at the State Department. He met with Secretary Pompeo yesterday. He’s got meetings at the White House, Department of Defense, as well as on Capitol Hill on a range of diplomatic and security issues.

    Regarding Masood Azhar, the United States and India work closely together on counterterrorism efforts, and that includes at the United Nations. And our views on Jaish-e-Mohammed and its founder are well known. JEM is a United Nations-designated terrorist group. Azhar is the founder and the leader of JEM, and he meets the criteria for designation by the United Nations. JEM has been responsible for numerous terrorist attacks and is a threat to regional stability and peace.

    Now, the United Nations sanctions committee, their deliberations are confidential, and as such we don’t comment on specific matters, but we’ll continue to work with the sanctions committee to ensure that the designation list is updated and accurate.

    Regarding your specific question on China, I would say that the United States and China share a mutual interest in achieving regional stability and peace, and that a failure to designate Azhar would run counter to this goal.

    And with that, we’ll end.

    QUESTION: The National Security Advisor John Bolton welcomed the foreign – Pakistani Foreign Minister Qureshi. Do you have any readout of that?

    MR PALLADINO: The national security advisor works at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue and I’d have to refer you to the White House for a readout on his call, but thanks. I don’t have a readout for you.

    (The briefing was concluded at 3:38 p.m.)

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Oscar-nominated Nadine Labaki on her haunting film Capernaum
          Undefeated Season for North Country Storm – ASPNC’s Power Soccer Team      Cache   Translate Page      

The Adaptive Sports Partners of the North Country (ASPNC) Power Soccer team wrapped up their 2018 spring season with a regional tournament in Lebanon, NH on Sunday, May 20.  The event wrapped up an exciting undefeated season for the players. The ASPNC team tied the Baystate Falcons out of Haverhill, Ma with a defensive 1-1 effort.  The ASPNC team went on to shutout the home team Upper Valley Wheelers 2-0.  According to Matt Jerold, ASPNC Program Director, “The tournament win was a great team effort with each offensive player getting a goal. Big kudos also to our team goalie. He only allowed one ball to sneak by him!”  Power (wheelchair) Soccer is a team activity played by individuals with various disabilities. The game is played in a gymnasium on a regulation basketball court. Two teams of 4 power chair users attack, defend, and spin-kick an 18 inch soccer ball in an attempt to score points on a goal.   ASPNC has a full roster of summer seasonal activities for 2018 including hiking, biking, kayaking, tennis, golf, gardening and swimming. Programs run June through August and volunteers are still needed. No experience is necessary.  Anyone interested in volunteering can call 603-823-5232 or send an email to Learn more about ASPNC at  

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          SLADE, Ruth Evaline      Cache   Translate Page      
SLADE, Ruth Evaline Age 105, of Middletown, (Madison Township), Ohio, passed away Friday, March 8, 2019 at Otterbein Lebanon where she had resided...
          Lindsey Graham to Push US to Recognize Golan Heights as Israeli Territory      Cache   Translate Page      
In 1981 when Israel officially annexed Syria's Golan Heights after occupying it following the Six Day War, the United States under President Ronald Reagan voted unanimously with the UN Security Council to condemn the Israeli theft of around 1,800 square kilometers. On December 15 1981, The New York Times reported: The Reagan Administration said the annexation of the Golan Heights was inconsistent with the Camp David accords. A White House spokesman said the United States had been given no prior warning of the move. (Since that time, the situation has changed dramatically in Israel's favor). Last November, the US voted with Israel against a UN resolution calling for an Israeli withdrawal from the Golan. The resolution was passed by a 181-2 margin with only the US and Israel voting against. The US had abstained on previous resolutions calling for Israel to leave the Golan Heights. The record shows and the late IDF boss Moshe Dayan admitted Israel had engineered numerous provocations in a demilitarized zone on the Golan border of Syria prior to the war. This led to retaliatory strikes on Israeli kibbutzim and moshavim near the border which in turn prompted a response by Israel. In addition to its strategic significance, the Golan Heights has a bounty of fresh water. During the invasion and occupation of southern Lebanon, the Israelis planned to steal water from the Litani River and divert it to Israel. There is, however, a more practical and less ideological reason for annexing the Golan Heights-oil. In early 2013, Israel granted the American corporation Genie Oil and Gas a permit to explore for oil and gas on a 153-square mile radius in the southern part of the Golan Heights. Genie Energy is advised by Dick Cheney and its shareholders include Jacob Rothschild and Rupert Murdoch. In 2015 it was announced a large oil deposit was discovered in the Golan. It is estimated the reserve contains billions of barrels, enough to satisfy Israel's energy needs for decades. That same year drilling began north of Nahal El Al near Moshav Natur, a former kibbutz on the southern Golan Heights.
          Comment on Wednesday, March 13, 2019 by Huda      Cache   Translate Page      
NYT: "I’m so sorry that the world did so little to stop the destruction of the Syrian people". Me too, Amy. My brother, his wife and son are on a trip to Beirut and they tell me the city is overflowing with Syrian children begging for food. It's remarkable that this seems actually worse. I don't know whether more Syrians have come in, or some of the aid has disappeared. But every time one of these disasters happen (e.g. Iraq and Syria) neighboring countries get also really badly hit (Jordan and Lebanon). Misery spreads. I am really hoping that a civil war does not start in Venezuela. There is nothing worse.
          Laughter Can Bring Attention to Global Refugee Crisis, US Comic says      Cache   Translate Page      
Most people wouldn't consider the global refugee crisis a laughing matter, but American comic actor Ben Stiller says humor can help draw people's attention to it. Humor can help tell the stories of the more than 25 million refugees around the world, said the actor in an interview with the Thomson Reuters Foundation on Tuesday. "I do think you can reach a lot more people that way," said Stiller, who recently returned from a visit with Syrian refugees in his role as a goodwill ambassador for the United Nations' refugee agency (UNHCR). He has held the role since last year. "I don't want to get people depressed. I want people to see that these are human beings," he said. "Humor's an important part of it." People might shut out the refugee issue because it is overwhelming but humor can capture their attention, Stiller said. "I'm trying to find that," he said. "It's interesting to try to find humorous ways to tell the story." Stiller, 53, an actor, producer and director known for such films as "Zoolander," "Meet the Fockers" and "There's Something About Mary," visited Syrian refugees in Lebanon. Photographs and videos from his trip, posted on Twitter, show him visiting students in an art class and playing soccer with refugee children. "The memories I take back from these trips are of laughing with the kids and families," Stiller said. "We're finding things in common and laughing about things that are funny, and humor is a part of life." Using humor to talk about refugees does pose a challenge, he added. "You don't want to in any way make it seem trivial or make fun of it." But a little humor can help in grim situations like those facing refugees, he said. "People I find have really wonderful resilient attitudes towards their experiences, and the ones who find the humor in it are able to find a way to survive." More than 5.6 million people have fled Syria since 2011, when civil war erupted, according to UNHCR. More than a million of them live in neighboring Lebanon, most in poverty. Stiller, a New York native, said he would like to see Americans be less fearful and more welcoming of refugees, more supportive of countries hosting refugees and open to more resettlement in the United States. He also has visited refugees in Jordan and in Guatemala with UNHCR. "I walk away feeling it is important to get the word out about what these people are going through," Stiller said.
          Asian beach soccer finals this weekend      Cache   Translate Page      
The 2019 Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Beach Soccer Championship is currently taking place at Bali Hai beachfront in Pattaya from March 7-17. This is the ninth edition of the tournament that features Asian men’s national beach soccer teams. There are 15 nations taking part this year including Iran, UAE, Japan, Lebanon, Malaysia, Qatar, Kyrgyzstan, China, […]
          NJ firm advancing drug for pancreatic, hard-to-treat cancers      Cache   Translate Page      

Earlier this year a Newark, N.J.–based holding company led by longtime telecom entrepreneur Howard Jonas upped its investment in a pharmaceutical company developing drugs to treat rare and hard-to-treat forms of cancer, taking a majority stake.

Rafael Holdings' investment in Rafael Pharmaceuticals—named for the biblical angel of healing—increased to $66.7 million. And the Cranbury-based pharma company is keeping busy with a pair of Phase 3 trials of its lead drug candidate for the treatment of acute myeloid leukemia and for metastatic pancreatic cancer.

Pancreatic cancer diagnoses are among the most grim because the disease often goes undetected until a progressed stage. Last week Jeopardy host Alex Trebek revealed he has the disease.

Rafael Pharma's lead drug candidate—CPI-613—is designed to block certain enzymes that serve as an important source of energy production needed for cancer cell growth. The field of so-called cancer metabolism has garnered renewed interest in recent years in part due to technological advances.

"Our focus is orphan diseases," said Sanjeev Luther, president and CEO of Rafael Pharma, referring to conditions that affect relatively small populations of patients. 

The company is expecting interim results of its Phase 3 studies—which look at progression and survival rates, among other measures—in the second quarter of next year.

"Pancreatic cancer is the deadliest cancer worldwide, with very limited treatment options. The current data on CPI-613 in combination with [chemotherapy] in patients battling pancreatic cancer is immensely promising," said the pancreatic cancer study's principal investigator, Dr. Philip Philip of the Karmanos Cancer Institute at Wayne State University, in a statement.

Rafael Pharma's team of about 25 people is based in Cranbury and Newark and at Stony Brook University on Long Island, where its lead drug candidate was discovered.

The company is also advancing candidates for the treatment of other rare and hard-to-treat cancers—including Burkitt's lymphoma and metastatic colorectal cancer—in earlier-stage clinical trials. And it has a number of preclinical molecules.

"We continue to invest in Rafael Pharma to support the promising clinical development of its lead drug," said Jonas in a statement issued earlier this year. "As the two companies further align, we strengthen our capacity to leverage their complementary attributes for mutual benefit."

Jonas has founded companies such as IDT Corp. and Straight Path Communications, the latter of which was acquired by Verizon for $3.1 billion last year.

Luther said Rafael Pharma will soon decide whether it would commercialize drugs itself, partner with other firms or sublicense its product if it receives FDA approval.—Jennifer Henderson


911 call in Bronxville raises hospital security issues

An inaccurate report of a gunman at New York–Presbyterian/Lawrence Hospital in Bronxville on Sunday night sent hundreds of police to the campus before authorities determined there was no threat.

Bronxville Police Chief Christopher Satriale told reporters that the department received a call around 9 p.m. from a nurse supervisor, who said two patients had seen a man carrying a shotgun on the sixth floor.

Police ultimately determined the threat was unfounded after reviewing several hours of hospital surveillance footage.

The incident once again raised the issue of emergency response at hospitals in the case of an active shooter, with some health systems increasing the use of armed security to protect facilities. In August a man shot and killed his wife and himself at Westchester Medical Center. In 2017 a physician who had been fired from Bronx-Lebanon Hospital killed one person and himself and wounded six others.

In a statement, a hospital spokeswoman thanked staff and law enforcement and said operations continued as normal Monday.

The event underscored the importance of hospitals working closely with local law enforcement, said Jenna Mandel-Ricci, vice president of regulatory and professional affairs at the Greater New York Hospital Association, who specializes in emergency preparedness. The association advises its hospitals to keep "first-responder access kits" handy so that the first officers reporting to a scene can quickly get blueprints and keys that will make it easier to navigate the hospital.

"Even false alarms are incredibly helpful to push our planning forward," she said. —Jonathan LaMantia


Transition to value-based payment missing focus on children's health: report

A focus on improving children's health is missing from the continued transition to value-based payments for providers according to a new report from the United Hospital Fund.

While tying payments for children's health care to quality rather than quantity has the potential to have a "profoundly positive impact," the complex nature of payment reform is challenging and requires extremely close collaboration between children's organizations and Medicaid agencies, the fund said Monday.

Children make up more than half of enrollees in Medicaid and its associated Children's Health Insurance Program.

"It's not just Medicaid that stands to gain, however," said Chad Shearer, the fund's vice president for policy and director of its Medicaid Institute, in a statement. "Research has shown the importance of a child's first years to their life-long health. Reforming the payment system in a way that will improve maternal and child health can reduce special education needs, child neglect and mistreatment, problem behaviors and adult illnesses."

The report recommended providers and social services organizations work with states' Medicaid programs work together to identify measures that could be incorporated in value-based contracts to improve care for children —J.H.


High prices, high demand for metro-area health care

A new from the Health Care Cost Institute shows that metropolitan areas across the U.S. with higher health care prices tend to have lower usage of services. But the New York metro area bucks that trend with both higher prices and utilization.

Prices in this area were 22% higher than the national median, while utilization of health care was 26% higher between 2012 and 2016. The report didn't explore what is driving these trends, but future research using its database will look at price variation within a region, wasteful spending and provider competition, the institute said.

New York also ranked second in the increase of prices during the five-year period, at 22%, which behind only Tampa.

"Now that we see New York has high prices, we can compare it to other high-price areas and see what the differences are and what might be driving cost growth in a specific region," said Bill Johnson, a co-author of the report and a senior researcher at the Health Care Cost Institute.

The report also showed that use of outpatient care, such as ambulatory surgery, was 5% lower in the New York area than the national median. The metro area includes New York City, Long Island and the Hudson Valley as well as parts of New Jersey, western Connecticut and eastern Pennsylvania.

The tool, funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, uses claims data from Medicare and commercial insurers Aetna, Humana, Kaiser Permanente and UnitedHealthcare. —J.L.



THRIVENYC: First Lady Chirlane McCray announced a $1.7 million expansion of mental health services through the ThriveNYC DFTA Geriatric Mental Health Initiative Monday. The funding will allow for an expansion of the program at up to 25 additional senior centers.

MEATLESS MONDAYS: New York City public schools will have "Meatless Mondays" in the 2019-2020 school year, Mayor Bill de Blasio, Schools Chancellor Richard A. Carranza, and Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams said Monday. The program will provide students with healthy, vegetarian meals on a weekly basis. It was piloted in 15 Brooklyn schools last year.

HIV SPENDING: President Donald Trump included $291 million for prevention, diagnosis and treatment of HIV in his fiscal 2020 budget proposal. It will also devote $385 million for care of migrant children under the supervision of the Department of Health and Human Services. Democrats have criticized the spending plan for taking money from other public health causes to pay for the consequences of Trump’s immigration policies.

BUDGET EARMARK: Trump’s budget proposal includes $20 million to support a Miami mobile children’s hospital that’s backed by legendary golfer Jack Nicklaus, who has golfed with the president, Politico reported.

DSH CUTS: The U.S. Senate Finance Committee is looking at ways to lower spending on health care if it decides to delay cuts to the Disproportionate Share Hospital Program because Congress will now need a way to replace to pay for the postponement, Modern Healthcare reported.  


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UPPER FRANKFORD TWP., CUMBERLAND COUNTY, Pa. — The Pennsylvania Attorney General launched an investigation into a controversial pipeline across Pennsylvania. The Mariner East 2 pipeline runs through parts of Franklin, Lebanon, Lancaster, York, Dauphin, and Cumberland counties. FOX43 spoke with neighbors after news of the investigation broke in Cumberland County. One farmer told us the pipeline has cost him more than just hard earned cash and that this investigation is a long time coming. That’s Rolphe Blume. He walks through […]
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Lebanon (MNN) -- Friday marks the eighth year of the Syrian refugee crisis. What began as pro-democracy protests in March 2011 quickly evolved into a full-scale civil war. Today, there’s no end in sight. More from BBC News here. Why has the crisis dragged on for so long? “Everything in the Middle East is complex, but the Syrian War is really complex,” replies Heart for Lebanons Tom Atema. “For every question that’s asked about the Syrian refugee crisis there’s 20 answers, and every one of the answers is correct.” Is the Syrian refugee crisis a never-ending disaster, or an unprecedented opportunity? Atema chooses the latter. “We don’t have to wait for the war to be over with before we can start changing the face of the Middle East,” he explains.

“This is our opportunity to reach Muslims with the Gospel of Jesus Christ. And, I’ve got to be honest with you, I don’t understand why more people aren’t involved.”

Syrian refugee crisis: a summary

Syrian refugee crisis

(Photo credit Bengin Ahmad via Flickr)

While totals vary, an estimated 11- to 12-million people inside and outside of Syria need humanitarian aid. The Syrian refugee crisis in Lebanon is deteriorating, and the number of people living on less than US $3.84 a day has risen from 30- to 70-percent. A majority of Syrians – more than 80-percent - live below the global poverty line. Over 85-percent have little or no access to clean water and healthcare. Children and young people make up about half of the Syrian refugee population. Syria – what remains of it, anyway – holds little prospect for those who return. Multiple bombings flattened entire villages. Only half of the country’s health facilities are still functioning. The ongoing war poses a continual threat to safety. “It’s really a proxy war between Iran and Saudi Arabia, and the [Syrian] people are caught in the middle,” says Atema, referring to the conflict.

“I don’t think this thing will end anytime soon. I don’t see any country in the world having the ‘want to’ to help get in there and end [the Syrian war], never mind the funds to rebuild Syria.”

The silver lining

(Photo courtesy of Heart for Lebanon)

The future may look bleak, but the Syrian refugee crisis holds a silver lining. Every physical need gives Heart for Lebanon’s staff an opportunity to begin conversations with refugees. Those conversations turn into friendships, and friendships provide a platform for spiritual discussions. “It’s all about God’s compassion and love, His love for us,” says Atema. “When you show that to the refugees, they ask questions.” Authorities are taking note, too. Recently, at an informal weekly briefing, one United Nations leader said, “Out of all the NGOs (non-governmental organizations) in Lebanon that are working with Syrian refugees, Heart for Lebanon is the only one that is consistently caring for the people and is willing to have conversations with them.” See how Heart for Lebanon helps Syrian refugees.

Next steps

Now that you know, what will you do? Prayer is an easy and effective place to start, but don’t stop there. First, pray for an end to conflict in Syria. Our God directs the affairs of men, and He can do what seems impossible. Pray Heart for Lebanon’s team will have strength and endurance as they help Syrian refugees. Pray the Gospel will reach those who need to hear it. Then, ask the Lord where He’d like you to direct His finances. If He leads you to support Heart for Lebanon’s work, you can donate here.

“We have all this information, we have all this data, we have all this proof that this is our opportunity, this is the need. But... God’s got to open the hearts of people to respond to it.”

    Header image courtesy of Heart for Lebanon.
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Lebanon's aviation authority on Wednesday said it had banned all Boeing 737 MAX planes from landing in Beirut or flying in Lebanese airspace, state news agency NNA said.

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The post-war scene of Syria is as horrifying as the beginning days of the war, where many international militaries fought a war against the deadly terrorist group, ISIS. Though temporary stability has been announced by the local government, the land is still not completely free from terrorism.Syria witnessed one of the deadliest human-incited wars in the history of planet Earth. The country was destructed; the normal livelihood was damaged and thousands were killed every day; lakhs of civilians migrated to other nearby countries or were forced to live in refugee camps; education, politics, business donapos;apos;t exist in their earlier forms; and buildings and houses, where people earlier lived peacefully, was turned into rubble.Unperturbed by Syriaapos;apos;s dreadful situation, Tony Abi Saab who deals in Arms was busy counting the war-money. He not only made business deals of weapons with the terrorist leaders but also made sure that they never stop their mass slaughter of innocent civilians in Syria. As per reports by the US Army, their companies Brescia Middle East and Tactica Ltd, imported guns and weapons from the Italian firms Beretta and Tanfoglio to sell them to terrorist organisations active in Syria. He also supplied pistols, machine guns, and detonators for explosives to Daesh through Turkey.Tony Abi Saab, while sitting in Lebanon, was inciting wars in Syria by equipping terrorists with arms and related ammunition. He was not alone in this heinous crime, many companies that were close-associate and business partners of Tony-owned companies, also enjoyed the blood-money. Here is the list: In Italy-- ARMERIA AMELIO GAMBA Srl, INTESA SANPAOLO S.P.A., Benelli Armi, franchi division, Fiocchi munizione, Armeria brignoli silvio c snc , BLS; in Germany-- Umarex gmbh co KG; in France-- Noble france sa; in Turkey-- Osmanli Arms, ISTANBUL and KONYA, KOMANDO AV SAN TIC LTD, ATA Av tufekleri, in Bangladesh-- Emran arms; in Georgia-- Kula Ltd., Tiblisi; in Russia-- LOBASTOV
          Lebanese Tony Abi Saab helped terrorists to get equipped with arms and weapons      Cache   Translate Page      
The Abi Saabs have masked themselves behind their big name in Lebanon and fame in the international gun trade market, but not many are aware of the quirky truths of the Abi Saabs the businessmen.Where Army forces are courageously fighting a battle against terrorism in war-afflicted countries like Afghanistan, Syria, and Iran, businessmen like Tony Abi Saab, just for the greed of a profit, are supplying guns and weapons to the opponents of the Army. His company Brescia Middle East (BME) has been laundering money earned from the illegal business of selling arms and related ammunition to the rebel groups active in war-prone countries.The Lebanon-based company, BME is owned and operated by the two Abi Saab brothers Tony and Hady. BME operates several ghost companies under it that helps BME to covertly deal with the uprising terror groups in the Middle East. This Lebanon firm has a strong connection with some of the Italian companies like Beretta and Tanfoglio. The Abi Saabs have also established their own companies in Italy to make their illegal business easy-- BRIXIA SHOTGUNS SRL, GARDONE VAL TROMPIA and VIA MATTEOTTI 303.After a sting operation conducted by FBI, CIA, and the US Army, Tony was caught red-handed with documents and cash in Afghanistan. The investigation team accused Tony and his company of several charges. The transactions of BMEapos;apos;s bank accounts were found doubtful, and the Army investigated to find out that many of BMEapos;apos;s accounts were linked to the accounts of Tonyapos;apos;s shell companies. These ghost companies (K5 GLOBAL, Bennet-Fouch and Tactica-Ltd) were established to dupe international funds sent for humanitarian purposes in Afghanistan and other countries. All these companies were found shut and close since they flew away with million dollars of the US Army, approximately $5 million.Tonyapos;apos;s banker friend helped him to manage these obfuscated bank accounts and fool the government officials. Tony kept importing and exporting guns and weapons
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The AG said on Twitter his office is taking the investigation into the Mariner East 2 pipeline on a referral from Delaware County's district attorney.

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(apologies to Connall for the title of this post :) )

The Venice Film Festival is slowly, slowly drawing to a close and I'm sitting at my laptop trying to come up with an adequate way to describe this experience. It's been eleven days of non-stop running from one screening to another, of searching for our next caffeine fix in the hope that it will keep us awake for the next screening, of exchanging ideas with peers and professionals, of the occasional celebrity sighting, of getting to know 26 European Cinéphiles – with the Venice Film Festival serving as the perfect backdrop.

The idea that you are going to spend eleven days watching films can be a bit daunting at first and n all honesty, if anyone had to ask me which films I've seen, I wouldn't be able to mention them off the top of my head; of course, there are ones which stick out. What strikes me about the majority of the films I have seen is their social and political relevance, which I find immensely important. From François Ozon's 'Potiche' serving as a satire of the current political situation in France, Feo Aladag's 'Die Fremde' dealing with the problem of honour killings in Europe and domestic violence , Denis Villeneuve's 'Incendies' where the struggles Lebanon faced become an essential part of the narrative and Danis Tanovic's 'Cirkus Columbia' which is played out against the political situation of Bosnia and Herzegovina in 1991. These films that I have mentioned are just a few of the films at the festival which in one way or another struck some political notes. In my opinion, films act as a mirror of reality, so it is quite impossible for a film to be void of social or political commentary. Art is political in itself, and cinema as a visual and auditory medium is very powerful in that it can clearly convey a message or an idea. Throughout the history of film (and politics) this has been used negatively - such as propaganda films as well as positively; making politics more accessible. The rise of Soft Power in today's world means that Film as a medium is extremely important, and we can see that even the European Union acknowledges the potential of cinema in this respect with the Lux Prize. The meeting we had yesterday with some members of the European Parliament showed us that the people who are representing us in Europe are aware of just how powerful film can be, and how it should be appreciated and supported.

Many thanks go to the European Parliament, Europa Cinemas, Giornate Degli Autori and Cineuropa for making this experience possible. Chapeau Bas!

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Which came first, the chicken or the egg? If a tree falls in the forest and there’s nobody there to hear it, does it make a sound? How many licks to get to the center of a Tootsie Pop? These are the questions that have plagued mankind for centuries. But Joe David, coach of the Mt. Lebanon High...

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Uma estudante cristã do ensino médio em Ohio (EUA) foi suspensa na semana passada depois de colar pequenos versículos bíblicos em armários e muros depois de ver bandeiras do orgulho LGBT e cartazes decorando os salões de sua escola.

Na sexta-feira passada (8), a mãe Tina Helsinger postou um vídeo em sua página no Facebook, mostrando sua filha, Gabby, explicando como ela acabou sendo penalizada com uma suspensão em sua escola, a 'Lebanon High School'.

"Então, na quinta-feira, quando cheguei à escola, vi que havia bandeiras de orgulho LGBT, cartazes em volta da minha escola", explicou Gabby no vídeo. "E senti a necessidade de escrever alguns versículos bíblicos para poder colocá-los em minha escola. Eu os anotei e os coloquei em volta dos armários, das paredes".

Helsinger explicou que, quando voltava do almoço, viu professores anotando os versículos da Bíblia que ela colocou.

"E no dia seguinte, fui chamada para a diretoria, onde me foi apresentada uma carta que dizia que eu tinha uma ISS, que é uma suspensão na escola, e a razão pela qual eu a tinha era devido a 'abuso de outros, desrespeito, falta de educação', porque eu coloquei os versículos da Bíblia 'para atingir a organização [Aliança Gay-Straight]", acrescentou.

Helsinger afirma que ela nem sabia o que a sigla GSA — usada pela organização LGBT — era ou significava.

“Eu vi que havia pessoas na minha escola que precisavam de ajuda. Eles não precisam estar vivos e se perguntando se deveriam ser gays, bi, lésbicas, trans, qualquer coisa assim”, afirmou Helsinger. “Eu sei que Deus é o único caminho pelo qual eles podem ser curados. É por isso que eu fiz isso. Eu não estava visando qualquer tipo de organização ou algo assim”.

“Quando fui chamada para a diretoria, [o diretor] estava falando comigo e ele questionou: 'Por que você colocou esses papéis aqui em cima?'. E eu respondi: 'porque eu queria espalhar a palavra de Deus'. Ele diz: 'Bem, você tem permissão?' E eu disse 'não", continuou ela em seu relato.

O superintendente Todd Yohey esclareceu ao site americano ‘FaithWire’ que o Código de Conduta do Estudante do distrito proíbe o compartilhamento ou publicação de textos religiosos ou imagens nas dependências da escola.

Yohey também enfatizou que a GSA tem o direito, assim como os clubes religiosos, de expor anúncios na escola durante o horário de funcionamento.

No entanto, Helsinger afirma que ela não sabia que precisava obter permissão para colar notas com versículos nas paredes.

“Porque as pessoas fazem muito isso - colocando post-its nos armários das pessoas”, lembrou Helsinger. “Então, eu acabei de fazer isso. Eu perguntei [ao diretor] por que a qualquer hora que Jesus, Deus ou qualquer coisa assim é exposto na escola, isso é tirado imediatamente. Mas podemos colocar coisas de gays e de orgulho LGBT em toda a escola e as pessoas podem falar sobre isso. Mas quando você fala sobre Deus ou Jesus, você simplesmente é atacado e você não tem permissão para falar sobre isso. ”

A mãe de Helsinger, Tina, não ficou muito satisfeita com a decisão da escola de punir sua filha e apelou da suspensão.

“Colar um versículo bíblico não é um abuso aos outros, desrespeito / insolência / grosseria e de modo algum teve como objetivo atingir a GSA”, argumentou a mãe. "Mas o diretor da escola, Scott Butler, diz que ‘Gabby estava alvejando a organização GSA’ e, que portanto, deve recorrer à ISS [suspensão]”.

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Transport Minister Marc Garneau is set to update Ottawa’s position on the Boeing 737 Max 8, the aircraft that crashed in Ethiopia, and whether Canada will fall in line with other nations that have grounded the planes.

Garneau is scheduled to address Canada’s plan and safety concerns regarding the Max 8 at 11 a.m., but it’s not yet clear whether he will impose similar restrictions on the aircraft.

The update comes after Toronto-based Sunwing Airlines announced late Tuesday that it is temporarily grounding its four Boeing 737 Max 8 aircraft in the wake of the crash in Addis Ababa that killed all 157 people on board, including 18 Canadians.

Sunwing says it made the decision for “evolving commercial reasons” unrelated to safety, including airspace restrictions being imposed in other countries.

Garneau is facing an escalating dilemma over the aircraft, which is being grounded or banned by a growing number of countries after the accident that some experts have said has parallels to a Lion Air crash of the same model of aircraft in Indonesia that killed 189 people last October.

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Garneau said Tuesday that he has no plans to ground Canada’s fleet of the Max 8 aircraft, but that “all options are on the table.”

Lebanon and Kosovo barred the aircraft from their airspace today, and Norwegian Air Shuttles said it would seek compensation from Boeing after grounding its fleet. Egypt banned the operation of the aircraft.

The U.S.-based Boeing has said it has no reason to pull the popular aircraft from the skies and does not intend to issue new recommendations about the aircraft to customers.

Earlier Tuesday, authorities from more than half a dozen countries and regulators, including the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), announced grounding orders or airspace bans on the aircraft.

By Tuesday evening, dozens of airlines had grounded the Max 8, leaving the majority of the nearly 390 Max 8s currently in service around the world confined to the hangar.

Air Canada, along with Southwest and American Airlines, are the major outliers.

Air Canada has 24 Max 8 aircraft, which it uses mainly for domestic and U.S. routes, while Calgary-based WestJet Airlines Ltd. has 13 Max 8s.

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I know, talking about baby penises seems like a strange choice for a blog post.  I used to think that penises came in two varieties, circumcised and uncircumcised....but education is a powerful thing.  Now, I know that they only come in one style - Natural - and we, as parents, choose to alter what God or Nature or Evolution or The Great Spaghetti Monster created.

Why am I calling "uncircumcised" penises "natural"?  Most of the "intactivist" culture uses the word "Intact", which is also accurate, but really, an uncircumcised penis is exactly that - natural.  

Just like women without breast implants have "natural" boobs, or a person has their "natural" nose before a nose job.   It's the way nature made it - therefore, a natural penis.  Does that mean a circumcised penis is unnatural?  Yes, it does.  

I do want to note that I'm not anti-circumcision.  If an adult man wants to modify his body, that is his choice and I support it - just as I would support a woman who wanted labiaplasty, or anyone who wanted to stretch their earlobes or tattoo their body.  I am opposed to the routine circumcision of infants for non-medical reasons.

So, here are 50 reasons to leave your son's penis alone and not let a doctor cut it up.

1.) It's his.

2.) I've never met a man who wanted "less" penis when he was old enough to care.  Men tend to like their penises just the way they are.

3.) You can change your mind.  It's not possible to "un-circumcise", although there are men who have chosen to restore their foreskin later in life.  If you're not sure, don't decide at all.   It's a non-decision.  :)

4.) There is no medical reason to do it routinely.

5.) Circumcision isn't the majority for newborns anymore.  According to the New York Times, the infant circumcision rate is down to 32%.  That means 68% of your son's locker room will likely have natural penises.  If you circumcise, he will probably ask you why he's different from his buddies.

6.) Natural penises are easier to take care of during the diaper-changing years.  Just wipe it like a finger.  No retracting, no mess or fuss.  Compare that to having to care for an open wound in a diaper.

7.) You wouldn't cut your baby girl's genitals.  In fact, it's illegal - even a "nick" is illegal.  Male circumcision is a lot more involved than a nick!

8.) Many doctors and nurses refuse to perform the procedure because it violates the Hippocratic Oath - First, Do No Harm.

9.) It hurts.  A lot.  Really.  Don't believe me?  Watch a video.  With the sound up, please.  If you can't watch the whole thing, can you really ask your newborn to go through it?

10.) Babies can't be properly anesthetized.  An older child or adult would be given anesthesia and strong pain medication after any kind of operation, especially one on their genitals.  Babies can't have the same level of anesthesia and after-care medicine that an older child or an adult would receive.

11.) Did you know?  Infant circumcision rates are less than 10% in the following counties: England, France, Portugal, Italy, Ireland, Canada, Mexico, all of South and Central America, Japan, China, Russia, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Luxembourg, Switzerland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Hungary, Greece, Taiwan, Vietnam, India, Sri Lanka, New Zealand, Australia and more.

Infant circumcision rates are higher than 10% in the following countries: USA, Israel, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Bahrain, Kuwait, Syria, Lebanon,  Yemen, Qatar, Turkey, Jordan, Philippines, Indonesia, Nigeria, Cameroon, Chad, Republic of Congo, Eritrea, and Kenya. 

12.) Men with natural penises are less likely to experience Erectile Dysfunction as they age.  Translation - your son will be less likely to need Viagra when he's 55.

13.) Female sexual partners of men with natural penises are more likely to achieve orgasm during sexual intercourse.  They are also less likely to need lubricant.

14.) There are over 20,000 nerve endings in the foreskin.  That's more than in the female clitoris.

15.) The foreskin protects the head of the penis.

16.) The foreskin provides lubrication during sexual intercourse.  Men with natural penises are less likely to use lubrication during sex or masturbation.

17.) No major medical organization on earth recommends routine circumcision of infants.

18.) It's easy to clean when he's older.  Shower.   Besides, by the time his foreskin is retractable, (average age, 10.4 years old), you will no longer be cleaning his penis.  I hope.

19.) Circumcision does not prevent AIDS, or any other STD. Condoms do.  Having sex with one, monogamous partner and avoiding IV drug use prevents AIDS.  Why would you assume your baby's going to be a man-whore anyway?

20.) We don't chop off ears to prevent ear infections.  We don't remove baby toenails to prevent fungal infections.  We don't cut off body parts anymore when a wound becomes infected.  In the very unlikely event your son does develop an infection, we have antibiotics. 

21.) Circumcision in the US began as a method to discourage masturbation, advocated by Kellogg, the cereal magnate, who also believed in the importance of daily cold enemas.  Really - true story!! He stressed that circumcision should be done without anesthesia so boys would remember the pain every time they wanted to masturbate.   How'd that work out?

22.)  Natural penises only "look funny" to you if they are unfamiliar to you.  Your son's generation will see them as normal.

23.) Women produce far more smegma than men, but we don't cut off their baby girl labia to keep things "clean."

24.) Your son will respect you for leaving the decision up to him, and for respecting his right to genital integrity.

25.) Complications of circumcision are NOT rare. Check out this thread on (a mommy board, not a circumcision website) to read their stories.

26.) Most hospital circumcisions are performed by Obstetricians and Gynecologists, whose specialty is female reproduction, not male.

27.) Circumcision is not usually performed in a sterile operating room, but in a dirty nursery or a side room in hospitals without nurseries.

28.) Circumcision makes money for doctors.  A doctor who performs circumcisions makes an extra $20,000-160,000 per year on the operations.  That's why they offer circumcision at hospitals - for cash.  They'll ask you if you want your son circumcised multiple times at the hospital: they want the money.

29.) Less than 1% of men with foreskins will ever "need" to be circumcised, just as the vast majority of women will never need a hysterectomy or mastectomy.  We don't remove tonsils or fingernails or anything else at birth "in case" it has a problem.

30.) Penile cancer causes 300 deaths a year, almost exclusively in men over the age of 70.  Infant circumcision causes over 500 deaths a year worldwide.  Circumcision does not prevent penile cancer.

31.) Babies with foreskins are more likely to breastfeed successfully.  Infant circumcision interferes with breastfeeding and hinders breastfeeding success.  Isn't breastfeeding hard enough?

32.) Fathers don't spend time comparing penises with their sons.  If your son does notice that his penis is different from Dad's (other than size and hair), you can simply explain that Daddy had an operation when he was a baby.  My dad lost half of his ring finger in an accident, but I was never bothered by having all of my fingers.

33.) Your grandfather (or great-grandfather) probably wasn't circumcised, unless you are of Jewish or Muslim descent.  It's a relatively new thing in the USA.  Abe Lincoln and George Washington had foreskins.

34.) Most circumcised penises have scars.  If you've ever seen a circumcised penis, you have probably seen circumcision scars and didn't know what they were.  Curious?  Click here for pictures (adult eyes please, extremely graphic).

35.) When erect, natural penises don't look very different from circumcised ones (adult eyes please)

36.) Babies have died following complications of circumcision.

37.) Babies have had the glans (head) of their penis accidentally amputated during circumcision.

38.) Female circumcision was legal in the United States until 1985.  It was practiced in the USA as recently as the 1979 to prevent masturbation.

39.) Your health insurance may not cover the procedure.  Medicaid does not cover it in 16 states, and many major insurance companies also do not reimburse for the surgery, since it is cosmetic.  If your insurance doesn't cover it, it probably also does not cover any complications.

40.) Babies are strapped down on a circumstraint to have the procedure done.  That is the most unnatural, terrifying position for a baby, who previously was all curled up and safe inside Mama's body.

41.)  If you believe in evolution, why are men born with foreskins?  If you believe in God, why did he give men foreskins?  Did they screw up?

42.) If you are Christian, your religion actually *forbids* circumcision.  Your son's body is a temple, and Jesus was the sacrifice to end all sacrifices - including the foreskin.  See this link for more info.

43.) If you are Jewish, you should know that there is considerable debate about the religious necessity of circumcision. 

44.) If you do believe that your religion requires the sacrifice of the foreskin, your son can choose to sacrifice his foreskin in the name of religion when he is old enough to make the decision himself.

45.) The foreskin is fused to the head of an infant's penis, just like your fingernail is fused to your finger.  Have you ever pulled back your fingernail all the way?  Owwwwwwwwwwwww.

46.) Circumcision makes penises smaller.  Who wants a smaller penis?

47.) "My partner should make the decision, he has a penis/she looks at penises" is a dumb reason to abdicate responsibility for a decision.  You are your baby's parent, penis or not, and you have a responsibility to protect your child from harm.  Victims of FGM (aka female circumcision) are the most vocal supporters and perpetrators of the abuse.  Call on your inner Mama or Papa-bear and stand up for your baby's rights.  Make your partner watch a video with the sound on and convince YOU why they want this done to their precious child.

48.) You have seen an uncircumcised penis, and you probably didn't even notice.  Take a look at this (safe for kids) picture!

49.) He'll be in good company.  Check out this (in my opinion, mouth-watering) gallery of famous intact men!  From Elvis, James Dean, Will Smith, Leonardo DiCaprio, Jude Law and sooo many others.
 Jensen Ackles, my personal favorite.

50.) It's his.  I know, I said it already. but it's really the first and last reason - and perhaps the only one you really need.  It's his body, and unless medically necessary, it should be his choice.  You wouldn't give him a nose job without his permission, you wouldn't tattoo your infant.  This is the same thing.  If you really look at your motives, why would you want to take the risks?  Leave the decision where it belongs - in your son's hands.
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My wife and I have a friend in Lebanon — the country, not the Pennsylvania town — whom we’ve known since the 1970s, when Lebanon’s civil war was still being fought with frequent rocket and mortar attacks. Tony lived in Beirut, once one of the most beautiful cities in the Middle East, where rocket attacks […]
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Devie Martin Owens Haysi, VA – Devie Martin Owens, age 59 of Tivis Ridge, passed away Friday, February 22, 2019 at his residence. Born in Michigan, he was a son of the late Junior and Elizabeth Owens. He was a veteran of the United States Marines, a member and deacon of Calvary Baptist Church in Kingsport, TN, and was last employed as a carpenter. In addition to his parents, he was preceded by a brother, Donald Owens. Survivors include his wife, Glenda Owens, a son, Michael (Angela) Owens of Bristol, VA, step-children; Jonathan (Denise) Stiltner of Galax, VA, Bernice Jones of Galax, and Rocky Reynolds of Haysi, sisters; Dixie B. Reynolds of Kingsport, Lora Looney of Kingsport, Sandy Owens of Lebanon, and Mae Yates of Bristol, VA, a brother, Ricky Owens of Jonesborough, TN, a grandson, Zachary Owens, a granddaughter on the way, Kaitlyn Elizabeth, and several step-grandchildren and nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be conducted 7:00 p.m. Monday, February 25, 2019 at Haysi Funeral Home with Elder Rick Mullins officiating. The family will receive friends after 6:00 p.m. on Monday prior to the funeral service. Online condolences may be sent to Haysi Funeral Home is in charge of the arrangements.

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Boeing 737 MAX 8 airplanes are being grounded all over the world after the Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302 crash, and Lebanon followed suit yesterday when the Lebanese Directorate General of Civil Aviation issued a statement banning any overflying Boeing 737 MAX 8 in the Lebanese airspace and any inbound Boeing 737 MAX 8 to Beirut … Continue reading "Boeing 737 MAX 8 Banned from Overflying Lebanese Airspace"
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HEAD HONCHOS BAND READY TO ROCK THE BLUES: 9 p.m., Harlem Avenue Lounge, 3701 S. Harlem Ave., Berwyn. Rocco Calipari Sr. since 1995 also has played lead guitar for a noted Chicago-based blues group, Howard and The White Boys. His namesake son is co-featured on guitar in Head Honchos. Cost: $6. Information:, 708-484-3610.

LIVE MUSIC AND DANCING TO CIRCLE OF FIFTHS BAND AT COOPER'S CORNER: 7:30 p.m., Cooper's Corner, 27W150 Roosevelt Road, Winfield. Cost: No cover, but $15 purchase requested. Information:

SHADES OF TIME & FRIENDS APPEARING IN SANTANA TRIBUTE: 9:30 p.m., Wire, 6815 W. Roosevelt Road, Berwyn. Cost: $10 in advance, $15 at the door. Information:

ELMHURST COLLEGE'S MILL THEATRE PRESENTING "VIOLET": 8 p.m. March 15 and 16 and 2 p.m. March 17, 190 S. Prospect Ave., Elmhurst. In the blink of an eye, everything can change. For Violet, it was the day her papa’s axe blade flew off its handle and struck her in the face. Information:, 630-617-5186.

"MAMMA MIA!" MUSICAL: 8 p.m., Drury Lane Theatre, 100 Drury Lane, Oakbrook Terrace. The show uses the hit songs of ABBA to tell a comic and touching story of marriage, family and finding where you belong. Show runs Wednesdays to Sundays until April 14. Information:

"THE FOREIGNER" BY GLEN ELLYN'S OWN LARRY SHUE: 8 p.m. March 15 and 16 and 3 p.m. March 17, McAninch Arts Center’s Playhouse Theatre at College of DuPage, 425 Fawell Blvd., Glen Ellyn. COD College Theater presents the acclaimed comedy, which has adult language and themes. Cost: $16 for adults, $14 for students. Information: 630-942-4000,

DRURY LANE THEATRE PRESENTS "YOU'RE A GOOD MAN, CHARLIE BROWN": daytime curtain various days of the week through June 15, Drury Lane Theatre, 100 Drury Lane, Oakbrook Terrace. Information:

"BIG FISH" MUSICAL BY ST. FRANCIS HIGH SCHOOL THEATRE: 7 p.m. March 15 and 16 and 1:30 p.m. March 17, the school's Kuhn Cultural Arts Center, 2130 W. Roosevelt Road, Wheaton. Brandon Lewis directs the story of Edward Bloom, who has lived a fantastical life populated by witches, giants and mermaids. Edward’s son Will is not amused by his father’s tales and insists on a rational account. When Will learns he and his wife are going to have a son, Will decides to find his father’s “true” life story, once and for all. Cost: $10 for adults, $8 for students and seniors. Information:

WESTMONT PERFORMING ARTS PRESENTS "STEEL MAGNOLIAS": March 15 to 24, The Commons, 117 N. Cass Ave., Westmont. Curtain is at 7 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays and 3 p.m. Sundays. Cost: $12, $10 for seniors and children. Information:;

LOCAL DANCERS FROM THE BETH FOWLER SCHOOL OF DANCE APPEAR IN PROKOFIEV'S "CINDERELLA": March 15 to 17, Egyptian Theatre, 135 N. Second St., downtown DeKalb. Curtain is at 7 p.m. March 15; 2 and 7 p.m. March 16; and 2 p.m. March 17. The 25th anniversary production includes receptions after each performance. Every child’s ticket includes an invitation to meet Cinderella onstage after the show, where photos may be taken in the pumpkin coach. From West Chicago are Emily Fox as the Summer Fairy, and Olivia Brown as the Autumn Fairy. Cost: $21 for adults and $15 for children ages 4 to 12. Information:, box office at 815-758-1225 or at the door.

DUPAGE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA'S OPEN DRESS REHEARSAL AND INSTRUMENT PETTING ZOO: 7:30 p.m., Wentz Concert Hall, 171 E. Chicago Ave., Naperville. Watch the orchestra rehearse Irish-themed music and work with its 2019 Young Artists Auditions winner for the first hour, then check out the instrument petting zoo, and join Maestra Barbara Schubert and the DSO musicians for refreshments. The "Luck o' the Irish" regular concert will be presented at 7:30 p.m. March 16. It's preceded by refreshments and pre-concert lecture and entertainment. Cost: Rehearsal free for students and subscribers and $5 for others, with reservations requested. Information:


ACAPPELLAGO'S "ESCAPE TO ALL THE RIGHT PLACES" CONCERT: 7:30 p.m., Mayslake Peabody Estate, 1717 W. 31 St., Oak Brook. Acappellago, founded in 2002, is an a cappella chamber choir. Cost: $17, $15 for students and seniors. Information:, 708-484-3797.

TRINITY IRISH DANCERS AT DOWNERS GROVE PUBLIC LIBRARY: 10:30 a.m., 1050 Curtiss St. The performance by dancers of all ages will celebrate St. Patrick’s Day and children can learn a jig. Registration is requested. Information: or 630-960–1200,

LYONS DEN ENTERTAINMENT GRAND OPENING WEEKEND: 9 p.m., 7905 Ogden Ave., Lyons. Saladin will be part of the lineup; tickets through eventbrite. Information:


CHICAGOLAND MG CLUB'S BRITISH CAR PARTS SWAP MEET: 8 a.m. to 2 p.m., DuPage County Fairgrounds, 2015 Manchester Road, Wheaton. Information:, 630-858-8192.

ALL ANIMAL EXPO: 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., DuPage County Fairgrounds, 2015 Manchester Road, Wheaton. Cost: $5. Information:, 630-668-6636.

ICHIYO IKEBANA SCHOOL FLOWER ARRANGING DEMONSTRATION: 12:30 p.m., Bensenville Park District, 1000 W. Wood St. The public is invited to an ikebana demonstration from Ichiyo School, and to meet Ikebana International Chicago Chapter members and ikebana lovers. The school was founded in 1937 in Japan. Registration is requested. Cost: Free. Information:

TRINITY IRISH DANCERS: 1:30 to 2:15 p.m., Woodridge Public Library, 3 Plaza Drive. Dancers ages 4 to 16 take over the lobby for a festive, traditional Irish dancing celebration. The drop-in program is for all ages. Information:

ALL-IRELAND FIDDLE CHAMPION LEXIA KENNEDY: 10:15 a.m., Grace Lutheran Church of Glen Ellyn, 493 Forest Ave. She will be the featured guest musician on St. Patrick’s Day in the 10:15 a.m. liturgy, providing special music grounded in the Irish tradition throughout the service. A member of the Murphy Roche Irish Music Club in Burr Ridge, she received first place in the category of fiddle solo for ages 12 to 15 at the 2018 Music Festival of Ireland. A Green Potluck will follow; attendees are invited to bring their own nondisposable place settings and a main dish to share. Beverages and dessert will be provided. Information:, 630-469-1555.


STUDENT CLARINET RECITAL BY ALBRECHT ESCOBAR: 7:30 p.m., Armerding Center for Music and the Arts, 132 Recital Hall, Wheaton College, 520 E. Kenilworth Ave., Wheaton. Cost: Free. Information: Conservatory of Music at 630-752-5099,


BLOOMINGDALE GARDEN CLUB PROGRAM ON THE SCIENCE OF CLIMATE CHANGE: 7 p.m., St. Paul Church, 118 First St., Bloomingdale. Michelle Nichols, a scientist at the Adler Planetarium, will put politics on the back burner and focus on the scientific evidence. Visitors are welcome. Information:,

AAUW DOWNERS GROVE AREA BRANCH PROGRAM ON 10 PEOPLE FROM ILLINOIS WHO CHANGED HISTORY – BESIDES LINCOLN: 6:30 p.m., Downers Grove Public Library, 1020 Curtiss St. Historian Leslie Goddard is the presenter. Cost: Free. Information:

THE RISE OF ANTI-SEMITISM IN THE WORLD – A VIEW FROM THE STATE DEPARTMENT: 7:30 p.m., Elmhurst College's Frick Center Founders Lounge, 190 S. Prospect Ave., Elmhurst. Presenter is Hannah Rosenthal, daughter of a rabbi and Holocaust survivor, recently retired as head of the Milwaukee Jewish Federation. Under President Obama, she served the U.S. State Department as a special envoy, heading the Office to Monitor and Combat Anti-Semitism. Cost: Free. Information:


STUDENT VIOLA RECITAL BY MEGHAN RAZZINI: 7:30 p.m., Armerding Center for Music and the Arts, 132 Recital Hall, Wheaton College, 520 E. Kenilworth Ave., Wheaton. Cost: Free. Information: Conservatory of Music at 630-752-5099,

PAPER FILAGREE QUILLING PRESENTED BY BETTY BURIAN KIRK FOR THE LEMONT ARTISTS GUILD: 7 p.m., Homer Township Public Library, 14320 W. 151st St., Homer Glen. Kirk, a noted fiber artist, will do an interactive program on quilling, in which narrow strips of paper are coiled, shaped and glued together to create decorative designs and images. Participants may purchase a kit for $3 that includes a tool to make quills, a card with envelope, a snowflake design and strips of paper. The public is welcome. Refreshments will be served. Cost: Free admission, with a donation for the local food pantry appreciated. Information: Liz Connelly at 815-341-1145,

WOMEN’S HISTORY MONTH AT CANTIGNY PRESENTING LESLIE GODDARD: 7 p.m., Cantigny, 1S151 Winfield Road, Wheaton. Goddard will portray Queen Elizabeth II in a program described as ideal for families with children ages 10 and older. Although the event is free, advance registration is required at 630-260-8162 or Cost: Parking for $5. Information:

"THE INSULT," A GLOBAL FLICKS FILM FROM LEBANON: 1:30 and 7:30 p.m., McAninch Arts Center, 425 Fawell Blvd., Glen Ellyn. A Lebanese Christian and Palestinian refugee argument turns violent and escalates to a court case. The feud dredges up the past issues from Lebanon’s civil war, which threatens to erupt all over again. Cost: Free. Information:


BAROQUE CHAMBER CONCERT: Noon and 1:15 p.m., Armerding Center for Music and the Arts, 132 Recital Hall, Wheaton College, 520 E. Kenilworth Ave., Wheaton. The performances feature Jennie Oh Brown on traverso, Jeremy David Ward on gamba and Emily Jane Katayama on harpsichord. Cost: Free. Information: Conservatory of Music at 630-752-5099,

DUPAGE HOUSING INFORMATION TABLE: 5 to 8 p.m., Wheaton Public Library, 225 N. Cross St. Members of the DuPage County Continuum of Care will staff an information table on the library's main floor to help those in need of securing affordable housing. Information:

"A RICH AND FERTILE LAND" LECTURE: 7 p.m., DuPage County Historical Museum, 102 E. Wesley St., Wheaton. Join Bruce Kraig and museum manager Michelle Podkowa as they discuss "A Rich and Fertile Land,” including a look at culinary history. Registration is requested. Cost: $5 for adults. Information:

LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS OF GLEN ELLYN'S COMMUNITY MEETING ON WOMEN'S EMPOWERMENT: 7:30 p.m., Glen Ellyn Historical Society, 800 N. Main St. Taking part will be Emily Worth, a staff attorney from the American Civil Liberties Union of Illinois, and Rita Dragonette, author of "The Fourteenth of September." Information:


WHEATON DRAMA'S "MURDERED TO DEATH": March 22 to April 14, Playhouse 111, 111 N. Hale St., Wheaton. Take a high-energy, comedic spoof of Agatha Christie-type whodunits, set in a proper English manor with multiple doors and windows for quick comings-and-goings, a script chuck full of malapropisms and puns, a cast full of talented, but decidedly Midwestern actors, and a genuine British director, and one has a recipe for a hilarious production, announces the troupe. Curtain is at 8 p.m. Thursday through Saturday and 3 p.m. Sunday. Cost: $16 to $19. Information: 630-260-1820,

ERIC LAMBERT: 8:15 p.m., Two Way Street Coffee House, 1047 Curtiss St., Downers Grove. He mixes feel-good Americana with bluegrass, blues, rock and soul. Cost: $10. Information:, 630-969-9720.

ST. LOUISE PLAYERS PRESENTING "CRAZY FOR YOU": 7 p.m. March 22, 23, 29 and 30 and 2 p.m. March 24 and 31, St. Louise de Marillac Parish Center, 1125 Harrison Ave., La Grange Park. The parish-based community theater group returns with a zany rich-boy-meets-hometown-girl romantic comedy featuring a Gershwin score. Cost: $5 to $13. Information:

THE LEGENDARY VOCALS OF TAKE 6: 7:30 p.m., McAninch Arts Center at College of DuPage, 425 Fawell Blvd., Glen Ellyn. Its members heralded by Quincy Jones as the "baddest vocal cats on the planet," the group is the most awarded in history. Cost: $55 to $67; $30 extra for VIP Suite Service. Information:, 630-942-4000.

THE BIG LAGNIAPPE, INFLUENCED BY NEW ORLEANS ROOTS MUSIC: 9 p.m., FitzGerald's, 6615 W. Roosevelt Road, Berwyn. Cost: $10. Information:, 708-788-2118.

WHEATON COLLEGE'S CONCERT CHOIR PERFORMING THE DURUFLE REQUIEM: 7:30 p.m., College Church, 332 E. Seminary Ave., Wheaton. The program will include Duruflé's masterwork with organ, as well as two world premieres by Wheaton College composers, both reflections on Augustine's "Confessions." Tickets are available only at the door. Cost: $10, $5 for seniors age 60 and older, and free to all students. Information: Conservatory of Music at 630-752-5099,

AMERICAN LEGION BINGO: 7 p.m., 123 Main St., West Chicago. Weekly bingo, raffles and pull tabs on Fridays for ages 18 and older. Proceeds help veterans and the community. Check out additional dates. Information:


PILOBOLUS PERFORMING SHADOWLAND, THE NEW ADVENTURE: 7:30 p.m., McAninch Arts Center at College of DuPage, 425 Fawell Blvd., Glen Ellyn. Famed contemporary dance company Pilobolus brings the sequel to its most popular show. The Chicago area premiere uses mixed media to tell a love story about two people and their quixotic quest to save an imaginary bird. Dancers employ animation, video and shadow-theater. Cost: $55 to $65. Information:

"THE LADY AND THE LOCKET – THE LOVES OF JOHN WILKES BOOTH": 2 p.m., Glen Ellyn History Center, 800 N. Main St. Actress Maria Bakalis presents an original one-woman show about the loves of the infamous John Wilkes Booth. Learn about the women in his complicated life. He was a well-known, successful actor from a well-to- do family in Maryland, who just weeks before the assassination of Lincoln became engaged to the daughter of a U.S. senator. Cost: $10 for adults, $8 for GEHS members, and $5 for students age 18 and younger. Information: 630-469-1867,, with tickets also available at the door.


REHEARSALS: 7 p.m., Elks Lodge, 711 W. St. Charles Road, Elmhurst. The Elmhurst German ladies' and men's choruses hold combined rehearsals for the upcoming spring season every Monday night. Information:


ELMHURST ARTISTS' GUILD GALLERY EXHIBITION: Through March 29, Elmhurst Art Museum, 150 S. Cottage Hill Ave. Information:


FIRST FOLIO PRESENTING "THE FIRESTORM": March 27 to April 28, First Folio Theatre at Mayslake Peabody Estate, 1717 W. 31st St., Oak Brook. Gaby and Patrick, an interracial political power couple hot on the campaign trail, are thrust into the center of a media frenzy when a racially charged incident from Patrick’s past surfaces. As the pressure intensifies, the politics become explosively personal and the foundation of their seemingly picture-perfect marriage begins to fracture. Previews are offered March 27 to 29. Information:


PETRA VAN NUIS AND ANDY BROWN, A VOICE AND GUITAR DUO: 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., The Clubhouse, 298 Oakbrook Center, Oak Brook. Information:, 630-472-0600.


ALL AROUND THE HOUSE QUILT SHOW: 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. March 30 and 31, Fischer Farm, 16W680 Grand Ave., Bensenville. Quilts of all sizes, colors and ages will be on display. The barn will be full of sewing items for sale. Appointments are offered with Sherry Branson, A.Q.S. certified appraiser, at 815-712-1963. To display a quilt in the annual show, contact Jonathan at 630-834-3152 or Cost: $4 for people ages 18 and older, $1 for youth ages 5 to 17, payable at the door. Information:

"EMMETT TILL – THE SPARK OF THE MODERN CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT": 2 p.m., Glen Ellyn History Center, 800 N. Main St. Historian Mike Small will discuss Till's murder and its role in driving the modern civil rights movement. Guest speakers are both Mike and Tina Small, who were close to Emmett Till's mother. Cost: Free. Information: 630-469-1867,


SUSTAINABLE ENERGY FILM SERIES UNDERWAY: 7 p.m., College of DuPage's Health and Science Center, room 1234, on the campus at 425 Fawell Blvd., Glen Ellyn. All screenings will begin at 7 p.m. in the same room and are open to the public. Discussion will follow. Attendees are encouraged to arrive 30 minutes early for additional information on the environmental topic addressed in the film and to connect with local community organizations on ways to tackle the issues raised. "Plastic China" will be shown April 8; and "Racing Extinction," April 22. Cost: Free. Information:

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(CNN) — The United States is the last country to allow flights of the Boeing 737 MAX 8 after at least 47 countries and multiple airlines grounded the aircraft following Sunday’s Ethiopian Airlines crash. At least 271 of the 371 MAX planes in service were grounded, according to CNN calculations. To date, 385 MAX aircraft have been delivered, according to Flight Global, of which 344 are the MAX 8 variant. On Wednesday, Canada joined Egypt, Hong Kong, Lebanon and New […]
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PANAMA CITY, Fla. — Nick Baker threw six shutout innings and benefitted from Wilson Central's five-run fifth inning in a 7-0 win over John Paul II (S.C.) on ...

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Office 130m in Ivory Business Park,Sheikh Zayed City for sale with installments Office area : 130m Open space Semi finished Delivery 2021 Sale price : 40,000 EGP Per Meter 15% down payment and the rest over 4.5 years About Ivory Business Park : - Ivory built over 17,000m. - Direct access to Allegria. - 7 Uniquely designed building. - Value added service that increase to employee productivity. Location : - Located directly on the Cairo Alexandria Desert Road. - A short drive to the newly Sphinx International Airport. - 1min away from BISC. - 2mins away from Westown Residence and Sodic Sports Club. - 5mins away from Smart Village and Dandy Mall. - 10mins away from Juhayna Square. - 10mins away from Mall Of Arabia. - 10mins away from Hyper One. - 20mins away from Lebanon Square. - More than 100 professionals helping you to find your dream home. - A Huge number various units are ready for you. - Official agent for more than 200 projects inside and outside Egypt. - Official real estate consultant for many embassies, organizations and international companies. - Covering all over Greater Cairo and Egypt. - We provide you with the best services you deserve for 0% Commission.
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مراسل "قناة الجديد" آدم شمس الدين، 26 سبتمبر/أيلول 2018. 

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يعتبر الحكم الصادر بسجن المراسل التلفزيوني اللبناني آدم شمس الدين 3 أشهر بتهمة "إهانة" أمن الدولة في منشور على صفحته على فيسبوك، أحدث تصعيد في الحملة ضد الخطاب الانتقادي للمسؤولين الرسميين ومؤسسات الدولة.

يعكس الحكم بالسجن، وهو الثاني الذي تصدره المحكمة العسكرية غيابيا على أحد الصحفيين، وواحد من ضمن قائمة متنامية من الأحكام التي تستهدف الصحفيين، كل ما هو سيء في الملاحقة المستمرة للصحفيين بسبب ممارستهم الحق بحرية التعبير.

انتقد شمس الدين في منشوره أمن الدولة بسبب تسريب معلومات متعلقة بالتحقيق مع موقوف مصاب بالإيدز. ادعى شمس الدين أن محققي أمن الدولة عينهم استخدموا تكتيكات مشابهة لتلك التي اعتمدوها مع زياد عيتاني الذي تمت تبرئته في 2018 من تهمة التعامل مع إسرائيل، مدركين في كلا الحالتين أن الرأي العام سينقلب ضد المتهمين.

سُجلت زيادة مقلقة في استخدام لبنان لقوانين التشهير الجنائي والتي قد تؤدي إلى السجن حتى 3 سنوات بسبب إهانة أحد مسؤولي أو مؤسسات الدولة. وثّق مركز الدفاع عن الحريات الاعلامية والثقافية "سكايز" الذي يرصد حرية التعبير في لبنان، أكثر من 90 قضية ضد صحفيين وفنانين ونشطاء منذ أكتوبر/تشرين الأول 2016 (62 منها في 2018). وقالت مجموعة الحقوق الرقمية، "سميكس"، إن عدد القضايا بسبب منشورات على الإنترنت ازداد 4 أضعاف بين 2017 و2018.

تمتلك المحاكم العسكرية صلاحيات واسعة في محاكمة المدنيين الذين قد ينتهي بهم الأمر في محكمة عسكرية لأي تفاعل مع الأجهزة الأمنية أو موظفيها. ويزعم متهمون ومحامون ونشطاء حقوقيون لبنانيون أن السلطات تستخدم هذا الأمر لإسكات المعارضين. شمس الدين ليس سوى واحد من الصحفيين والنشطاء والمحامين الحقوقيين الجريئين الذين يحاكمون أمام المحاكم العسكرية.

يصف الذين حوكموا في محاكم عسكرية تعرضهم للتعذيب، والاعترافات القسرية، الحجز الانفرادي، الحجز الطويل قبل المحاكمة، قرارات متخذة من دون تعليل، وأحكام تبدو تعسفية مع قدرة محدودة على الاستئناف. تنتهك هذه المحاكمات حقوق المتهمين في محاكمة وفق الأصول القانونية الواجبة والقانون الدولي.

بالنسبة إلى قضية شمس الدين، نقلت وسائل إعلام محلية أنه حوكم غيابيا لأنه لم يستلم الاستدعاء القانوني المناسب للمثول أمام المحكمة أو للتحقيق.

إن الخوف من التوقيف وإمكانية المثول أمام محكمة عسكرية له أثر مروّع للغاية على منتقدي الحكومة اللبنانية ومؤسسات الدولة. ففي وقت لا تقدم فيه الدولة أدنى الخدمات الأساسية لمواطنيها بينما ترتكب انتهاكات خطيرة للحقوق، يتعيّن تشجيع النقاش العام وليس محاكمته.

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