Posts Tagged ‘forgotten’

‘What about our future?’ The Iranian Kurds trapped in Iraq and forgotten by the international community

In May, 25-year-old Ako sat in a hospital room next to his friend Behzad Mahmoudi, who was wrapped head to toe in bandages. Behzad, an Iranian Kurdish asylum seeker, had set himself on fire outside the United Nations’ headquarters in Erbil, the capital of the semi-autonomous Kurdistan Region in northern Iraq. He was protesting his […]

The Forgotten Kingdom of Kerma and Its Incredible Deffufas

The Kingdom of Kerma was an ancient civilization that existed between 2500 BC and 1500 BC, located in what is today the northern part of Sudan. This kingdom was the first Nubian state, and its capital, Kerma, is today an important archaeological site. Kerma was also the earliest urban center in Africa outside Egypt. At […]

Medieval Wales: 200 Skeletons Unearthed At Forgotten Coastal Chapel

Archaeologists from the University of Sheffield and the Dyfed Archaeological Trust are currently working on a dig in southwest Wales that is literally a race against time. On Whitesands Bay beach in the county of Pembrokeshire, they are searching for the skeletal remains of men, women, and children who were buried in  an ancient medieval […]

Forgotten Moments From the History of Vaccines – Yes, History Matters

Truth11.com Forgotten Moments From the History of Vaccines – Yes, History MattersWaking Times RSS Feed / WakingTimes Jon Rappoport, GuestWaking Times Scientific propaganda about vaccines has reached dizzying heights, as officials point the uninformed public toward the Day of Liberation, when a COVID shot, otherwise known as God, will rescue Earth. Here, from a chapter […]

The Curious Case Of Frederick Soddy And The Forgotten Race Of Men

In 1921, Frederick Soddy won the Noble Prize in chemistry for his research into radioactive substances and his studies of isotopes, yet curiously this Oxford scientist mused about a “ forgotten race of men ”. What were the relations between Soddy, the Theosophical Society of Madame Blavatsky and Atlantis, if any? There have been many […]

ACH (1526) Paul English – The Limeys #25 – There Is No Outrage As People Have Forgotten How To Be Outraged

EURO FOLK RADIO ACH (1526) Paul English – The Limeys #25 – There Is No Outrage As People Have Forgotten How To Be Outraged Play Episode Pause Episode Mute/Unmute Episode Rewind 10 Seconds 1x Fast Forward 30 seconds Subscribe Share In today’s show originally broadcast on May 31 2021, Andy presents “The Limeys” with his […]

The Forgotten Precedent for Our ‘Unprecedented’ Political Insanity

European visitors were stunned. Many wrote home about the wild spectacle of an American election, watching “people living as far asunder as the population of Paris is from that of St. Petersburg” simultaneously break out in political debate. To Europeans, it looked like a festival of diversity, anchored by working-class young white marchers and filled […]

The Forgotten Stepwells: Masterpieces from India’s Past

Stepwells are magnificent architectural structures found in India that tapped into underground water tables, providing a year-round water supply. Thousands of the engineering masterpieces are dotted around the country, many containing ornate and intricate carvings depicting Hindu scenes. While several are now dilapidated and in a state of disrepair, others remain as visually stunning windows […]

The Forgotten Ancient Kingdom of Colchis

Anyone familiar with Greek legends has heard of the Colchis Kingdom. It was to here that the band of heroes known as the Argonauts ventured in order to obtain the Golden Fleece, a symbol of authority and kinship, and it is here that Jason betrayed Medea, Princess of Colchis. There is no way of knowing […]

The Forgotten Ancient Kingdom of Ebla

Spectacular things were happening in Mesopotamia in the period we call the Early Bronze Age, particularly in the southern part of it, commonly called Babylonia. It was here that the wealthy, sophisticated Sumerian civilization developed, its growth and prosperity greatly spurred by the invention of writing. A magnificent assortment of beautifully wrought items, like those […]

Forgotten Empire | Ancient Kingdom of Mitanni

Mitanni was a state that existed between the 16th and 13th centuries BC. This state occupied the land of the Hurrians. This area is located in the upper Tigris-Euphrates basin, and corresponds today with northern Iraq, Syria, and southeastern Turkey. At its greatest extent, the territory controlled by Mitanni extended all the way to the […]

The Forgotten History of Celtic Poland [VIDEO]

The ancient history of Poland is more connected with Goths and other local tribes than with the Celts. However, during many excavations archaeologists have discovered links between the modern territory of Poland and old Celtic tribes. For example, archaeological excavations show that the Celts arrived and created a settlement in Poland. They probably came via […]

The Forgotten Roots of Modern Zionism

Not many Jews today recall a nineteenth-century European Jewish leader who wrote a booklet that inspired young Jews to move to the Land of Israel. The man first believed in assimilation as an answer for Jews, but later, due to what he saw as rising anti-Semitism, he advocated a new idea — what eventually became […]

‘Our state has forgotten us’: Immigration groups frustrated with Murphy agenda

As the pandemic enters its second year, the absence of economic relief for New Jersey’s nearly 500,000 undocumented residents has created a vexing situation among advocates. Proponents of relief say that as taxpaying undocumented workers remain excluded from federal relief efforts and pandemic-related unemployment benefits, the state should step in. They note other states, including […]

Sealed Letter Virtually Unfolded to Reveal Forgotten Renaissance Story

For the first time ever, researchers have virtually unfolded a sealed letter from Renaissance Europe. It has remained unopened for 300 years, and thanks to their innovative computational approach, they didn’t need to break any seals or damage the artifact in any way to unlock the personal story of a real person who wrote it […]

Remembering Harsha: The Forgotten Vardhana Ruler of India

Harsha was an Indian ruler who lived during the 7th century AD. He was a member of the Vardhana Dynasty, one of the regional powers that emerged in northern India following the collapse of the Gupta Empire in the 6th century AD. During his four decades on the throne, Harsha greatly expanded the territory of the Vardhana Dynasty. […]

Knifemaking, almost-forgotten ancient handicraft in Zanjan

TEHRAN – Knifemaking is one of the oldest handicrafts practiced for centuries in several Iranian cities, of which the northwestern city of Zanajn is the most famous. There is a little about the history of this field of handicrafts, but according to the historical documents as well as travelogues, it can be concluded that from […]

Holodomor: The Forgotten Genocide in the Soviet Union

By Eric Margolis I have been repeatedly shocked to receive letters from young Americans and Canadians of Ukrainian descent saying they had known nothing about the 1930’s genocide, or “Holodomor,” until reading about it in my columns. Hopefully, more will now know. From 1932–33, Stalin and henchmen, Lazar Kaganovitch and Vyacheslav Molotov, conducted a merciless […]

Saving the Forgotten Craft of Dry Stone Walling in Scotland

Dry stone wall building is one of Scotland’s oldest crafts, dating back as far back as 5,000 years ago, during the Neolithic period. Unfortunately, this ancient construction technique is disappearing. Read more Section:  News General Read Later 

ACH (1423) Dr. Matthew Raphael Johnson – Another USS Liberty Attack? The Forgotten And Unsolved Saga Of Arrow Air Flight 1285

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Attention devoted to forgotten archaeological hill southern Iran 

TEHRAN – A demarcation project has been commenced on Tepe Mafinabad in southwest Tehran province, expecting to shield the archaeological hill from further damage. The mapping and demarcation project is to protect the ancient hill, which is situated in Eslamshahr, from any possible damage, and to prevent it from any illegal construction in its surrounding […]

The Forgotten Miracle: Nov. 29, 1947

Originally published on December 18, 2008. I originally planned to write a column about the flood of condemnations that Muslim leaders issued following the massacre in Mumbai, and how disappointed I was not to find a single fatwa in those texts, nor a mention of any religious offense: no “sin,” no “hell,” nor “apostasy.” I was […]

Saving the Forgotten Castle of Château de la Mothe-Chandeniers

There are castles and then there are chateau castles and France is the winner in this category. The Château de la Mothe-Chandeniers is a castle located in the west-central part of France. The castle was originally built during the Middle Ages and changed hands a number of times during its long and colorful history. A […]

Christian Leaders Urge Prayer for Nigeria’s Forgotten Victims

JOS, Nigeria (Morning Star News) – Their pleas for government help falling on deaf ears, Christian leaders issued calls for prayer this month as Islamic extremist groups continued terrorizing northeast Nigeria. In the wake of attacks and kidnappings by Islamic extremist group Boko Haram and its offshoot Islamic State West Africa Province (ISWAP), leaders of the Evangelical Church Winning All (ECWA) […]

This non-Jewish leader is working to clean up Poland’s forgotten Jewish cemeteries

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In Memory of Robert Fisk: “The Forgotten Massacre” – Reposted

In memory of Robert Fisk, a journalist who was “renowned for his courage in questioning official narratives” and publishing “frequently brilliant prose”. During his decades-long career, Fisk covered key international events including the Lebanese civil war, the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan, the Iranian revolution, Saddam Hussein’s invasion of Kuwait, conflicts in the Balkans and the […]

US, Turkey And Israel Fuel Forgotten War Between Armenia And Azerbaijan

Above photo: October 20, 2020. Soldiers of the Nagorno-Karabakh Defence Army with a mortar in a trench. Sergei Bobylev/TASS via Getty Images. While media focuses on the 2020 U.S. election, a reignited “frozen conflict” over the disputed territory of Nagorno-Karabakh has human rights watchdogs sounding the alarm. Since Sept. 27, fighting in the disputed south Caucasus […]

10 Fierce But Often Forgotten Enemies of Rome

Rome, this very name conjures up images of an ancient empire so vast that experts from different ages have been spellbound by the unprecedented magnanimity of its reaches. Ancient Rome defined the very genesis of our Western civilization, but it also attracted hordes of enemies. The most courageous of the enemies of Rome saw its […]

First Lady Melania Trump: ‘We Have Not Forgotten the Incredible People’ Who Sent Donald Trump to White House

First lady Melania Trump delivered a rare rousing address firmly backing her husband’s reelection to the White House on Tuesday night at the Republican National Convention (RNC), during which she made clear she and President Donald Trump do not forget who sent them to the White House. “I know I speak for my husband and […]

Frankfurt’s new $58 million Jewish museum reclaims Anne Frank’s forgotten roots in the city

FRANKFURT, Germany (JTA) — Although she was born in this city, Anne Frank is mainly associated with Amsterdam, where she hid during the Holocaust and wrote her famous diaries. Now a new $58 million Jewish museum in the heart of Frankfurt is preparing to showcase the Frank family’s deep attachment to a city they left […]

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