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St’at’imc: We have exclusive jurisdiction

CHIEF DON HARRIS, CHAIR, ST’AT’IMC CHIEFS COUNCIL
February 12, 2014  
Lillooet  News, p. 5
 
            The St’at’imc Chiefs Council has sent the following letter to the Prime Minister of Canada and Premier of B.C.
 
            Feb. 7, 2014
            The Right Honourable Stephen Harper, PC, MP
            Office of the Prime Minister
            and
            Honourable Christy Clark
            Premier of B.C.
            Dear Prime Minister and Premier:
            Re:  Jurisdiction in St’at’imc Territory

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Nuclear-armed Iran Will be the Greatest Threat to the Iranian People

While railing against Isreal, you tend to forget that Iranian Shiite regime poses the greatest to their own people and the oppressed Syrian Sunni majority who are being slaughtered by the Shiite Alaweite minority with the military support from Iran.

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Full transcript of Netanyahu’s AIPAC address

I bring you greetings from Jerusalem, the eternal, undivided capital of Israel and the Jewish people.

Read more: Full transcript of Netanyahu’s AIPAC address

   

ASA Boycott:Harvard Should Talk!

Dear President Faust:

I notice your condemnation of the ASA Boycott against Israel in today's New York Times. I note for the record that Harvard has never once apologized to those of us Harvard Alums who participated in good faith in the Harvard Divestment/Disinvestment Campaign against Israel when your predecessor Larry Summers accused us of being anti-Semitic-- a charge which he refused to defend against me as related below.

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Obama's Remarks on the Nuclear Agreement With Iran

Here are President Obama's remarks on tonight's historic deal with Iran

Read more: Obama's Remarks on the Nuclear Agreement With Iran

   

International Court asked to investigate alleged war crimes by Canada

Kamloops, B.C., Canada -- The Office of the Prosecutor at the International Criminal Court in The Hague has been asked to investigate Canada's "large-scale complicity in torture" of Afghan detainees, and Canada's "active, long-term collaboration" with the worldwide U.S. extraordinary rendition program to such places as Guantanamo Bay.

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