This past week I have been out of the U.S. and my English television option has been Al-Jazeera English. It brings me detailed, in-depth world news from all cultures, and that feels refreshing and professional.
On Al-Jazeera English I watched U.S. Senator Jim Webb (D-VA) sit with Aung San Suu Kyi, the 1991 Nobel Peace Prize laureate and pro-democracy leader of Burma who has spent 14 years of the past 20 under house arrest. She embodies Feminine Principles in their most powerful form. . .Yesterday on Al-Jazeera English I learned about Afghan women’s preparation to vote in the Presidential elections tomorrow – and about women running for regional councils despite grave threats. . . And now a station break for a “woman in politics” story that came to me first not through mass media or network television but through my Peace X Peace Circle. . .
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