Photo: Suleiman and Ahmed (in wheelchair) Gtani from Ajdabiya, Libya. 14-year-old Ahmed was playing with a cluster bomb he found near his home when it exploded in his hands. He’s now being treated at a hospital in Tunisia.
- To send postcards to Libyan refugees, use the name “Postcards for Libya” on the envelope, right above the address.
- Feel free to write your message in your language. Kids are fascinated by letters in other languages and even if they don’t understand they will treasure your card.
- Do not send money or gift cards inside the envelope. If you are in North America and want to donate money or goods contact Hope Relief at http://www.hoperelief.org/eid-of-hope.html
- If you are not in North America and would like to make donations, we will soon link here the bank information of the NGOs that are helping us in Tunisia.
- If you have questions about the process, contact us: email@example.com or contact us on Facebook.
Send postcards to this address:
“Postcards for Libya”
Code Postal: 2037
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Gov. Chris Christie, R-N.J.: It’s non of your business where my kids go to school.
Michael Moore lauds rogue page
Quietly hoisting a ‘Stop Harper’ sign in the midst of the Throne Speech may have cost Brigette DePape her job, but the protest has gained her some fans in the U.S., including rabble-rousing filmmaker Michael Moore.
Mr. Moore has spent the weekend gushing over the 21-year-old rogue page. On Sunday, he posted a big photo of Ms. DePape carrying out her act of civil disobedience on his website above a bold red headline: “Canada Gets Warmer.”
“For a young person to do that and to do it peacefully, and quietly and with grace, I thought it was a very powerful moment,” Mr. Moore said in a statement on his website. “Every now and then there is an iconic moment where an individual takes action, and it inspires others … I think that Canada and Canadians probably need to put aside the full respect thing and get to work on preventing their government from turning into a version of ours.” (Photo: Chris Wattie/Reuters)
Are you jonseing for some Thin Mints, Tagalongs or Samoas (our favorite, especially when frozen)? Or, did you forget to place your order with your friend’s daughter? Problem solved…visit one of the Girl Scouts of Greater New York Cookie Pop-Up Shops! There’s one in each borough and they’re open a few days during the week selling your favorite cookies at $4.00 per box.
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