'The prison walls don't keep out the change underway today in society about breaking the silence of sexual assault victims,' says therapy group leader Tamar Krock-Zamir.16:16 29.04.16 | 0 comments
I believe the argument that focuses on the demands on Turkey withdrawing from Kurdistan are pointless. If we refer to states and borders that date back to before the Turkish nomads came to Anatolia, then where do we stop? Can the native indians tell the Americans to cease their illegal occupation? Should we allow the Maori's and the Aborigines to claim back Australia and New Zealand? Such proposals (while perhaps touching upon some moral issues) are moot and would be laughed at. The fact that the people who live within borders of an established and sovereign state should not be disregarded. Just like any attempt to divide or take land from Israel due to trumped up historic reasons should be disregarded.