Author: Jennifer Breedon

Headlines Misleading Describing Declassified Pages of 9/11 Report

Monday, July 18, 2016 – When the classified “28 pages” of the 9/11 report were released, headlines mirrored each other with one sentence: “No conclusive ties of Saudi government backing.” Most people would read that headline and assume closure of the issue in relation to the 9/11 hijackers. However, the pages show that the Saudi

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Was Congress Too Hasty in Framing the Justice for Terror Victims Act?

Written by Jennifer Breedon October 11, 2016 – Congress overrode President Obama’s veto to effectively enact the “Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act” (JASTA), a law that was meant to allow victims of 9/11 to sue the Saudi government for financing and aiding terrorism. In response to its passage, Saudi Arabia stated it would unravel

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Why Are We Ignoring the Victims of Genocide in the Refugee Debates?

Written by Jennifer Breedon (October 2016) In the Kurdistan region of Northern Iraq, Christians and Yazidis have come together as targets of the ongoing genocidal strategy by the Islamic State (ISIS/ISIL) to wipe them off the map. Not just eliminating their bodies and transforming their bloodline, but wiping out their very existence from the pages

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