Woman saves 1,000 during WWII
There's plenty of good reading today. James Burfitt reviews a savage critique of the way the war on terror in the Middle East has been handled by a leading counter-insurgency expert. Jane Fagan reviews a children's book about an extraordinary Australian woman who worked with the French Resistance and rescued a thousand people from the Gestapo. And Mary Cooney gives some sound advice about dealing with warring siblings. And that's just for starters. See the full list below.
|How the West failed in the war on terror in the Middle East|
James Burfitt | FEATURES | 4 August 2016
An Australian counter-insurgency expert admits that there is no simple solution
|The BBC lazily recycles hoary canards about indifference to the Holocaust|
David Alton | ABOVE | 4 August 2016
A British peer defends the record of the Catholic Church during World War II
|Distinguishing differences in the notion of ‘transgenderism’|
Bernadette Tobin | CONJUGALITY | 4 August 2016
A philosopher sheds some light on how to discuss sex and gender
|Surviving sibling squabbling|
Mary Cooney | FAMILY EDGE | 4 August 2016
There is no cure, but the severity and frequency can be mitigated.
|Woman saves 1,000 during WWII|
Jane Fagan | READING MATTERS | 4 August 2016
The story of Nancy Wake, war heroine
|Key points from World Youth Day in Poland|
Michael Cook | ABOVE | 4 August 2016
What impact will the presence of 2.5 million young people have on the future of Christianity?
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