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CSUN students share how the travel ban has affected them

CSUN students share how the travel ban has affected them

Nathan Hickling

February 17, 2017

When something becomes as controversial as the recent travel ban, targeted towards seven Muslim-majority countries in the Middle East, it's difficult to remember exactly where the idea began and where the rhetoric took over. When President Donald Trump issued the executive order last month barring travel from Iran, Iraq, Lib...

Burn after watching: Violent responses to the ‘Innocence of Muslims’ film hurts democracy in the Middle East

Burn after watching: Violent responses to the ‘Innocence of Muslims’ film hurts democracy in the Middle East

Andrew Clark

September 25, 2012

  At least 26 dead, dozens wounded, including an American ambassador in Libya. The pre-planned attacks on the American embassy in Libya on Sept. 11 showed the world yet again what happens with a mob mentality funneled through religion. The subsequent outrage over an ill-timed amateur video ...

Media curtain blinds Americans from imperial war against Middle East

Katherine ONeill

February 7, 2012

A truly democratic nation must rely on journalism to provide accurate information to its citizens so they can make decisions and analysis based on fact, not on sensational hype or rumor. In the globalized world we live in today, where technology allows the spread of information to have more transnational impact, an accurate and fair media is crucial to the stabilization ...

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