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'With the increasing influence of the government on the media, aggravating the continuing persecution of opponents, Turkey does not give the signs of a functioning democracy where election frauds are unlikely to happen.'

http://www.uisio.com/early-elections-in-a-crisis-ridden-turkey/
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'Next-Gen Intimacy in the Age of Isolation' by Jordan Mounteer.
'Having been practically weaned on #Facebook, you can’t blame them for being a Frankenstein’s monster of circumstance. When the concept of self is so inextricably tied up in the digital, then the representation of that self – including how we relate socially to others – naturally follows the same blueprint.'

http://www.uisio.com/next-gen-intimacy-in-the-age-of-isolation/
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Atallah Hanna, archbishop of the Greek Orthodox Church of #Jerusalem, called President Donald #Trump’s decision to move the American embassy in #Israel to Jerusalem as ‘an insult to Christians and Muslims around the world, who consider Jerusalem as an incubator of their most sacred, spiritual and national heritage.’

http://www.uisio.com/iraq-pakistan-palestine-a-difficult-christmas-for-christians/
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Is it a problem that we are obsessed with and entertained by dystopias?

http://www.uisio.com/why-we-still-need-utopias/
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Iraq, Pakistan, Palestine… A Difficult Christmas for Christians

'The momentary euphoria caused by the collapse of ISIS, whose brutal rule did not leave any choice for the community other than conversion, heavy taxing, or death, left its place to apprehensiveness on Christmas.'

http://www.uisio.com/iraq-pakistan-palestine-a-difficult-christmas-for-christians/

#Christmas #Christianity #ISIS
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Until quite recently, he was called Ali. But, since Easter, life of this Iraqi of Muslim confession has fundamentally changed. Seven months after his arrival in Germany, he decided to convert. He is now a Protestant, and his name is Adam. Read the story of Muslim refugees' conversion to Christianity:

http://www.uisio.com/in-germany-muslim-refugees-convert-to-christianity/
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Mental disorder and frozen food, what do you think they have in common? Read Decorpeliada's interesting story:

http://www.uisio.com/marco-decorpeliadas-art-mental-disorder-and-frozen-food/

#psychology #disorder
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Jean-Luc Marion on Christianity and Violence

'The model of the trinitarian communion shows that difference resides even in God himself, and that in God there is a community. By the Trinity, Catholicism escapes from the monotheistic violence.'

http://www.uisio.com/jean-luc-marion-on-christianity-and-violence/
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'Political Centrism in Cuba: A Historical Perspective' by Elier Ramirez Canedo.

'These so-called third-ways, or centres, have never been a revolutionary option; they instead served as strategies to install, save, recompose, modernise, or restore capitalism.'

http://www.uisio.com/political-centrism-in-cuba-a-historical-perspective/
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'The Siege of Al-Awamia: Sectarianism in Saudi Arabia'

'The town of Al-Awamia, where approximately thirty-thousand people live, is blocked by the Saudi soldiers. This enclosure, started on 10 May 2017, transformed the town into an open-air prison. With the excuse of ‘renovation’, Saudi authorities closed the town with concrete blocks and armoured vehicles.'

http://www.uisio.com/the-siege-of-al-awamia-sectarianism-in-saudi-arabia/
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