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Staff editorial: The internet, is it a privilege or human right?

Illustration by Raymond Bacsal/Contributor
Daily Sundial March 26, 2014

There’s no denying that in this day and age, technology has taken over a considerable portion of our lives. Aside from cellphones, the most prominent technology to have hit our generation is the Internet....

Letter to the Editor

Contributor February 22, 2012

I am a concerned student at CSUN. On Monday, Tareq Seikaly used the United Nations Human Rights Commission to make his point that Israel is committing humans rights abuses in Gaza. The UN Human Rights...

Israeli occupation of Palestine is a crime against humanity

Tareq Seikaly February 19, 2012

Tareq Seikaly Contributor The Arab/Israeli or Palestinian/Israeli conflict has been an ongoing struggle since the creation of Israel in 1948, as many may already know. But what many may not know...

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...

Syria’s people will suffer with more outside intervention

Katherine ONeill January 24, 2012

Bloodshed continues to rise in Syria since the 10-month uprising began last March. After a month of sending 165 monitors to Syria, the League of Arab States imposed more sanctions on 22 Syrian officials...

Shut up about the “two-state solution.” In a classic case of false advertising: President Obama tries to push “separate but equal” on the Palestinians

Joseph Glatzer September 28, 2009

The “two-state solution” seems like a fair way to solve the problem in the Middle East between Israel and the Palestine. The Israel Lobby (American Israel Public Affairs Committee), President...

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