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Myths About COVID Vaccines And Kids

Myths About COVID Vaccines And Kids

COVID Vaccines
The year 2020 is etched in people's memory as the year of COIV-19. From young infants to 100-year-olds, everyone has suffered the effects of the pandemic, one way or another. However, the drastic impact of COVID-19 has reduced significantly, thanks to the mandatory vaccination campaigns in different countries. But, if you are still weighing the pros and cons of getting vaccinated, especially for your kids, this article is for you! We have mentioned some popular myths circling COVID vaccinations for kids. However, due to an enormous amount of information online, it is essential to differentiate between facts and rumors. Can COVID vaccination affect a kid's heart rate? According to researchers and experts, vaccination does not affect a kid's or even an adult's heart rate. However, in ra...
A Brief Overview of the Saudi Arabian Legal System

A Brief Overview of the Saudi Arabian Legal System

Saudi Arabia
The legal system of Saudi Arabia is based entirely on Islamic law from the Quran and Sunnah. The interpretation of laws is governed by medieval tests from the school of Islamic jurisprudence. The lack of judicial precedent and the adoption of Sharia in the laws remains the primary reason for implementing Sharia as the primary law source in Saudi Arabia. The Quran and Sunnah are also declared as the legal constitutions of the region. King Abdul Azuz created the current legal system of Saudi Arabia in 1932, the kingdom's founder. Sources of law in Saudi Arabia As mentioned above, Sharia is the primary source of law in the region, derived from the Quran traditions of Muhammad in the Sunnah. The Sharia is applied in accordance with the Hanbali legal school of thought. However, the opposition...
Saudi Arabia Unveils Its Vision For A City Without Cars And Streets

Saudi Arabia Unveils Its Vision For A City Without Cars And Streets

Saudi Arabia
When we think of a modernized city, we imagine high-end cars and beautifully built streets connecting different corners of a city. However, a picture otherwise never crosses our minds. But this is a dream-turning reality in Saudi Arabia, which is known to be one of the most fast-developing countries in the world. The idea for the concept of a country without cars and streets was unveiled by His Royal Highness Mohammed bin Salman and called THE LINE. The central vision for this model is to construct a zero-gravity vertical city, connecting different communities. It is a concept using the technological development of Smart City, which is designed to be 200m wide, and 170km in length, above sea level. His Royal Highness mentioned that this is a revolution for the entire human civili...
George Soros’s World Is Falling To Pieces And He Blames Everyone But Himself

George Soros’s World Is Falling To Pieces And He Blames Everyone But Himself

George Soros's World
George Soros, the Hungarian-born billionaire who has raged in European and American politics for decades, is angry. And he's desperately looking for someone to blame. According to Soros, liberal democracy has failed throughout the Western world. This is because, apparently, what he calls the " open society " is in crisis. Now, you may be right on this point, but blaming Angela Merkel seems a bit bizarre; especially when there are rumors that she is - inadvertently - in league with Putin. However, it is precisely to the German chancellor that Soros blames much of the blame for the fact that the electorate has lost all faith in modern democracy.
End Of The Us Empire: Russian War Ships Just Arrived In The Philippines

End Of The Us Empire: Russian War Ships Just Arrived In The Philippines

Russian War
The well-known American critic of foreign policy and linguists, prof. Noam Chomsky has stated several times that US power has steadily declined since the end of World War II. As Chomsky notes, in 1945, the United States possessed "half the world's wealth, an incredible defense, controlled the entire western hemisphere, the two oceans, and the opposite shores of both oceans." (Photo: Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte (4th L) gestures with Russian Ambassador to the Philippines Igor Khovaev (3rd L), Russia's Rear Admiral Eduard Mikhailov (5th L), and other Philippine and Russian officials in front of the Ka-26 anti-submarine helicopter at the anti-submarine navy ship Admiral Tributs at the south pier in Metro Manila, Philippines January 6, 2017. REUTERS / Noel Celis / Pool )
Terror And Wars : The Us Dropped An Average Of 3 Bombs Per Hour Last Year

Terror And Wars : The Us Dropped An Average Of 3 Bombs Per Hour Last Year

Terror And Wars
According to an estimate recently released by the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), in 2016 alone, the Obama administration dropped at least 26,171 bombs in seven different countries. As even the most pro-administration publications have noted, that amounts to 72 bombs per day - three bombs per hour - every day for the entire year . Unfortunately, this didn't classify as “violence” worthy of criticism by Meryl Streep and her colleagues di lei in Hollywood.
Could Turkey Swing Over To The Russian Camp?

Could Turkey Swing Over To The Russian Camp?

Russian Camp
Even though, historically, Russia has a weighty past with Turkey, and even though it has not forgotten the personal rôle played by current President Erdoğan, to its detriment, during the the first Chechen war, it can not fail to be interested by the possibility of Ankara leaving NATO. On the other hand, the deep US state, which continues to pursue its imperial ambitions despite the election of Donald Trump, is ready to do whatever it takes to keep Turkey in the Atlantic Alliance.
Poland Acquires First Strike Capability To Pose Threat To Russia

Poland Acquires First Strike Capability To Pose Threat To Russia

Strike Capability
It should be noted that quite often the most interesting arms contracts escape media attention. That's how it was in 2016. Signing a multi-billion-dollar military aid package between the United States and Israel and the subsequent White House approval for long-awaited fighter sales to the Middle East hit the radar screen. In late September, the US approved the sales of Boeing fighters worth a total of around $ 7 billion to Kuwait and Qatar. First mooted around two years ago, the deals had been held up by the US government due to Israeli concerns and in order to smooth the way for nuclear talks with Iran.