"In Harm's Way: Children, Born and Unborn, Trapped in Wartime": the dangers to children (including an increased incidence of abortion) during wartime.This essay raises the question of what really is collateral damage and how much is morally acceptable.Yahoo rated the site as being one of the Internet's "Cool" sites.
Alternatives to War with Iraq: This website of the Joan B. Bryan Hehir argues that a war against Iraq would not satisfy just war norms. Mc Elroy Part I and Part II: good treatment from 2007 about how just war norms should now apply to the conflict in Iraq. Mc Elroy gives particular attention to the criterion of proportionality and how advocates for the war now use it in ways they avoided before the war. It also says that while hurting Assad helps his enemies, some of those groups are U. It was ratified by the United States Senate in 1994, and contains a definition of torture in Article 1.
Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies at the University of Notre Dame offers links to online articles on politics & strategy, ethical concerns, and background on the sanctions against Iraq. Hunanitarianism": an excellent article by Michael Massing from The Nation in which he carefully weighs the difficulties and the values involved in going to war with Iraq "Moral Clarity in a Time of War": a lecture by George Weigel in which he makes the case that war with Iraq meets Catholic just war principles. In particular, he looks at issues relating to proportionality and the issue of preventive violence (military preemption). Various statements by the United Stated Council of Catholic Bishops on the war in Iraq. Foreign Policy: article from June, 2014, which presents various statements made by the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops about going to war in 2003 and how to understand that war's aftermath "Path of destruction in Iraq began in 1991": an editorial from the National Catholic Reporter about the legacy of violence in Iraq, the persecution of Christians there, and recent statements by Pope Francis that it is licit to stop an unjust aggressor Editorial from Commonweal Magazine opposing military strikes: The article explains the many 'known unknowns' that would follow a U. Torture is a Moral Issue: A Catholic Study Guide: a 2008 study guide prepared by the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops which articulates the Church's teaching about the dignity of all and then goes on to explain the problem with torture and the need to uphold to Christ's teaching about love of enemy in an age of terrorism.
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Sur son blogue La moitié blonde des soeurs Boulay, Stéphanie Boulay a écrit un premier texte qui fait bien réagir. Vous m'avez pénétrée sans condom en me disant que j'étais la seule, finalement, il y en avait d'autres.
See also the Vatican's response to this killing and the Archbishop of Canterbury's discomfort over bin Laden's unarmed death.
Another commentator has likened bin Laden's killing to one of the exceptional cases allowed in Catholic teaching for the death penalty. Robert Bales's actions in March, 2012: a reflection about Sgt.
Où on ferait des efforts des deux côtés, où on prendrait des mesures concrètes pour aller mieux à l'intérieur, pour agir sainement, au lieu de toujours balayer de la main avec un sourire en coin parce que "ce n'est pas grave, c'est comme ça pour les hommes, ce n'est pas de leur faute"».
Stéphanie Boulay termine son billet en confiant qu'elle rêve d'un monde où le «boysclub» serait chose du passé: «Je rêve d'un monde où on ne dirait pas à une fille "tu choisis mal tes amoureux, il faudrait que tu consultes" au lieu de condamner l'imbécile qui l'a menée en bateau, qui l'a traitée comme une moins que rien.
Comme s'ils faisaient partie d'un monde clos, et nous d'un autre, hermétique, séparé, non-équivalent», écrit la co-interprète de .