non-indigenous love

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  • The bane of Afghan existence for the past 30 years has been the meddling of foreign powers that have imposed non-indigenous ideological and religious doctrines beginning with the U.S. and Soviets using Afghanistan as a Cold War chessboard in the 1970s.

    Michael Hughes: Saving Afghanistan Requires Smashing Dangerous Delusions

  • On Wednesday in Fairbanks, Alaska, organizers of the World Eskimo-Indian Olympics will mark the event's 50th anniversary by reviving four vintage games and allowing non-indigenous contestants to participate.

    Got a Good Story? Go Tell It to the Eskimos

  • I wish non-indigenous Australians had a well-accepted term like Pākehā.

    Land Of My Bones.

  • As for preventing such violence in the future, Guttschuss says Human Rights Watch has traced past incidents of communal violence to state- and local-government policies that discriminate against non-indigenous residents and exacerbate existing communal tensions.

    Human Rights Watch: 800 Nigerians Killed in Electoral Violence

  • The stat that perks my interest the most is that of 15% non-indigenous Christians.

    Mission Researchers Respond to the Muslim Demographic Video

  • Well I remember the latter days of Stalinism, and the denunciations that flowed against citizens of the world like myself, unbridled, evil-minded cosmopolitans, profiteers with no roots and no conscience … Grown on rotten yeast of bourgeois cosmopolitanism, decadence and formalism … non-indigenous nationals without a motherland, who poison with stench … our proletarian culture.

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • The bane of Afghan existence for the past 30 years has been the meddling of foreign powers that have imposed non-indigenous ideological and religious doctrines beginning with the U.S. and Soviets using Afghanistan as a Cold War chessboard in the 1970s.

    Michael Hughes: Saving Afghanistan Requires Smashing Dangerous Delusions

  • The bane of Afghan existence for the past 30 years has been the meddling of foreign powers that have imposed non-indigenous ideological and religious doctrines beginning with the U.S. and Soviets using Afghanistan as a Cold War chessboard in the 1970s.

    Michael Hughes: Saving Afghanistan Requires Smashing Dangerous Delusions

  • The bane of Afghan existence for the past 30 years has been the meddling of foreign powers that have imposed non-indigenous ideological and religious doctrines beginning with the U.S. and Soviets using Afghanistan as a Cold War chessboard in the 1970s.

    Michael Hughes: Saving Afghanistan Requires Smashing Dangerous Delusions

  • As for preventing such violence in the future, Guttschuss says Human Rights Watch has traced past incidents of communal violence to state- and local-government policies that discriminate against non-indigenous residents and exacerbate existing communal tensions.

    Human Rights Watch: 800 Nigerians Killed in Electoral Violence

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