As a society, is America more interested in the breakup of Rosie O’Donnell or the plight of a young American woman, Kayla Mueller, who risked her life to help people suffering far from our shores?
Survivor of 1972 Munich Olympic massacre speaks out on behalf of a father’s fight against Bank of China
The story of a father’s fight against the Bank of China for its role in a terrorist attack that killed his teenage son, Daniel Wultz, gets support from Dan Alon, one of the few survivors of the 1972 Munich Olympic massacre that claimed the lives of 11 Israeli athletes.
The long road to justice for Daniel Wultz reached a milestone on precisely the sixth anniversary of the Weston teenager’s death when a D.C. judge issued a judgment Monday against the Islamic Republic of Iran and Syria for $330 million.
As the Middle East continues to erupt in protest, people are demanding “person equals person” as the foundation of their relationship with governments and each other.
Tools to widely communicate, inspire and mobilize dreamed up by youngsters in America may have led to the downfall of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak.