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    The Washington Post was condemned over a story calling the Taliban’s use of social media ‘strikingly sophisticated,’ while claiming that the group's internet presence did less to incite violence than Donald Trump did.  In a story published Wednesday, reporters Craig Timberg and Christiano Lima praised the Taliban's online tactics - including a regularly-updated Twitter feed, as showing 'such a high degree of skill,' that they believed a PR firm had been drafted in to help them get their extremist message across, just like regular politicians in democracies.  The Washington Post has received immense backlash over a recent story arguing the Taliban had become 'strikingly sophisticated' when using social media to build political momentum than former President Donald Trump In a story published Wednesday, (pictured) reporters Craig Timberg and Christiano Lima praised the Taliban's online tactics - including a regularly-updated Twitter feed, as showing 'such a high degree of skill,' Timberg and Lima wrote the Taliban's believe a PR firm had been drafted in to help them get their extremist message across, just like regular politicians in democracies 'In...
    Pope Francis holds a Holy Mass on May 16, 2021. Alessandra Benedetti/Corbis via Getty Images Pope Francis said the recent surge of violence between Israelis and Palestinians is "unacceptable." He denounced "this hatred and vendetta" and appealed for "calm" during his Sunday blessing. "Do we truly think that we can build peace by destroying the other?" the Pope asked. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Pope Francis has denounced the violent conflict between Israelis and Palestinians, which has drawn renewed attention this week with a surge of deadly air attacks. The series of airstrikes mark the deadliest single attack in the latest round of violence, the most violent clashes between Israel and Hamas since the 2014 Gaza War. The pontiff called the violence "unacceptable" during his Sunday blessing, the Associated Press reported. He said the deaths of children in particular signals "they don't want to build the future but want to destroy it." "I ask myself: this hatred and vendetta, what will it bring?" the Pope said. "Do we truly think that we can build peace by destroying...
    January 11, 2021 10:49 AM | With information from DPA 15 minutes. The first lady of the United States (USA), Melania Trump, broke her silence on Monday to “completely condemn” the January 6 assault on the Capitol. In his view, the country “must heal in a civilized way” and “violence is never acceptable“. The events on Capitol Hill led to a cascade of resignations within the Administration, including the office of Melania Trump, who lost his chief of staff in the hours after the violence. The first lady, however, stayed out of the outbursts of President Donald Trump, which even confirmed that he will not attend the inauguration of his successor, Joe Biden. Melania Trump took stock of his 4 years in the White House. “The honor of my life,” he said, recalling emergencies such as COVID-19, the “invisible enemy”, and thanking the inspiring stories he has encountered. Listen to us As well said she was “proud” of respect for freedom of expression, appealing to citizens to stop and think always to “see things from other perspectives.” “I beg people...
    (CNN)Pope Francis said in a recent interview that the violence that broke out at the United States Capitol building on Wednesday "must be condemned.""Violence is always like this," the Pope said in comments to Italy's Canale 5 channel that CNN translated to English, adding that that there are violent outbreaks in every country's history "and no people can boast of not having one day a case of violence." The interview is set to air in full on Sunday. "We must understand well and reflect, learn how not to repeat it, learn from history," he said.In a preview clip viewed by CNN, the leader of the Catholic Church said he was "amazed" by Wednesday's events because the US is "so disciplined in democracy."The day America realized how dangerous Donald Trump is "But it is a reality, even in more mature realities, there is always something wrong, something about people taking a path against the community, against democracy, against the common good," he added.Read MoreHe expressed that Wednesday's violence made evident the problem and can help solve it."I thank God that this...
    Lisa Montgomery. Note: This article includes descriptions of childhood sexual abuse, physical abuse, and intimate partner violence. Next month, Lisa Montgomery is scheduled to be the first woman executed by the federal government in almost 70 years. She is one of 52 women currently on death row nationwide and the only woman currently on federal death row. To the public, Montgomery’s story began 16 years ago in 2004 when she traveled from Kansas to Missouri after connecting online with Bobbi Jo Stinnett. Stinnett was 23 years old, pregnant with her first child, and operating a dog breeding business outside of her home alongside her husband. Montgomery had arranged to meet with Stinnett to purchase a puppy, but once inside her home, Montgomery murdered the young mother-to-be, removed the 8-month-old fetus from her body, and took the newborn back to Kansas with her. There, she passed the child off as her own. The nature of Stinnett’s murder brought national attention to the case. In truth, however, the violence and trauma that marked Montgomery’s life and set her on...
    Former Vice President Joe Biden supports the ongoing demonstrations around the country, repeatedly referring to them as “peaceful protests” when they plainly are not. Last week, he claimed that federal law enforcement officials were “brutally attacking peaceful protesters” in Portland, Oregon, ignoring the fact that the “peaceful” protesters had vandalized a federal courthouse and attempted to set it on fire. Several federal officials defending the courthouse have been seriously injured. Biden has not condemned the ongoing riots, nor have most Democratic leaders. Instead, they have praised the “protests.” Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler — who is also his city’s police commissioner — joined the violent demonstration last week, offering support to a crowd that swore at him and assaulted him as he left. Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti — an early Biden supporter — claimed the following day that the Portland riots “represent the best of our democratic ideals.” Moreover, Biden and the Democrats have condemned the federal government’s response to the riots, describing federal law enforcement officers as Nazi “stormtroopers,” “Gestapo,” or terrorists. In so doing, they are justifying the violence used against...
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