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The Ultimate Guide To Baby Proofing Your Home and General Baby Safety
The Ultimate Guide To Baby Proofing Your Home and General Baby Safety
The Ultimate Guide To Baby Proofing Your Home and General Baby Safety

This book covers several topics including:

Chapter 1: A Guide To Baby Proofing Your House
Chapter 2: Baby Gates Are Necessary For The Safety Of The Baby
Chapter 3: A Simple Crib Makeover Could Keep Your Baby Safer
Chapter 4: Babies Sleeping In A Baby Car Seat - Is It Safe
Chapter 5: Baby Proofing Your Home With Home Alarm Systems
Chapter 6: Baby Safety Checklist - Protecting Your Baby
Chapter 7: Baby Proofing Your Home - Baby Safety Tips For Effective Babyproofing
Chapter 8: Baby Room Safety
Chapter 9: Baby Safety - Precautions To Keep Your Baby Safe
Chapter 10: Baby Crib Safety Guidelines - What You Need To Know
Chapter 11: Baby Sling Safety- Simple Tips To Keep Your Little One Secure When Baby
Wearing
Chapter 12: Baby Travel Tips, Entertainment And Safety Suggestions
Chapter 13: Making Bath Time Fun And Safe For Your Baby
Chapter 14: Car Seats Are Critical To Your Baby's Safety
Chapter 15: Crib Safety Guidelines For New Parents
Chapter 16: Poisons In The Home
Chapter 17: Top 10 Baby Stroller Safety Tips
Chapter 18: Making Your Home Baby Proof
Chapter 19: Baby Tubs - Safety First
Chapter 20: Safe Shopping & Travel With A New Baby
Chapter 21: So, What's Your Plan For Baby Bed And Bedding
Chapter 22: Living With Pets- Keeping Your Baby Safe

The Ultimate Guide To Baby Proofing Your Home and General Baby Safety

This book covers several topics including:

Chapter 1: A Guide To Baby Proofing Your House
Chapter 2: Baby Gates Are Necessary For The Safety Of The Baby
Chapter 3: A Simple Crib Makeover Could Keep Your Baby Safer
Chapter 4: Babies Sleeping In A Baby Car Seat - Is It Safe
Chapter 5: Baby Proofing Your Home With Home Alarm Systems
Chapter 6: Baby Safety Checklist - Protecting Your Baby
Chapter 7: Baby Proofing Your Home - Baby Safety Tips For Effective Babyproofing
Chapter 8: Baby Room Safety
Chapter 9: Baby Safety - Precautions To Keep Your Baby Safe
Chapter 10: Baby Crib Safety Guidelines - What You Need To Know
Chapter 11: Baby Sling Safety- Simple Tips To Keep Your Little One Secure When Baby
Wearing
Chapter 12: Baby Travel Tips, Entertainment And Safety Suggestions
Chapter 13: Making Bath Time Fun And Safe For Your Baby
Chapter 14: Car Seats Are Critical To Your Baby's Safety
Chapter 15: Crib Safety Guidelines For New Parents
Chapter 16: Poisons In The Home
Chapter 17: Top 10 Baby Stroller Safety Tips
Chapter 18: Making Your Home Baby Proof
Chapter 19: Baby Tubs - Safety First
Chapter 20: Safe Shopping & Travel With A New Baby
Chapter 21: So, What's Your Plan For Baby Bed And Bedding
Chapter 22: Living With Pets- Keeping Your Baby Safe

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I've bought this postcard 30 years ago. Holy shit! How many divisions?
I've bought this postcard 30 years ago. Holy shit! How many divisions?
How Many Divisions? by Uri Avnery 10/01/09 NEARLY SEVENTY YEARS ago, in the course of World War II, a heinous crime was committed in the city of Leningrad. For more than a thousand days, a gang of extremists called “the Red Army” held the millions of the town’s inhabitants hostage and provoked retaliation from the German Wehrmacht from inside the population centers. The Germans had no alternative but to bomb and shell the population and to impose a total blockade, which caused the death of hundreds of thousands. Some time before that, a similar crime was committed in England. The Churchill gang hid among the population of London, misusing the millions of citizens as a human shield. The Germans were compelled to send their Luftwaffe and reluctantly reduce the city to ruins. They called it the Blitz. This is the description that would now appear in the history books – if the Germans had won the war. Absurd? No more than the daily descriptions in our media, which are being repeated ad nauseam: the Hamas terrorists use the inhabitants of Gaza as “hostages” and exploit the women and children as “human shields”, they leave us no alternative but to carry out massive bombardments, in which, to our deep sorrow, thousands of women, children and unarmed men are killed and injured. IN THIS WAR, as in any modern war, propaganda plays a major role. The disparity between the forces, between the Israeli army - with its airplanes, gunships, drones, warships, artillery and tanks - and the few thousand lightly armed Hamas fighters, is one to a thousand, perhaps one to a million. In the political arena the gap between them is even wider. But in the propaganda war, the gap is almost infinite. Almost all the Western media initially repeated the official Israeli propaganda line. They almost entirely ignored the Palestinian side of the story, not to mention the daily demonstrations of the Israeli peace camp. The rationale of the Israeli government (“The state must defend its citizens against the Qassam rockets”) has been accepted as the whole truth. The view from the other side, that the Qassams are a retaliation for the siege that starves the one and a half million inhabitants of the Gaza Strip, was not mentioned at all. Only when the horrible scenes from Gaza started to appear on Western TV screens, did world public opinion gradually begin to change. True, Western and Israeli TV channels showed only a tiny fraction of the dreadful events that appear 24 hours every day on Aljazeera’s Arabic channel, but one picture of a dead baby in the arms of its terrified father is more powerful than a thousand elegantly constructed sentences from the Israeli army spokesman. And that is what is decisive, in the end. War – every war – is the realm of lies. Whether called propaganda or psychological warfare, everybody accepts that it is right to lie for one’s country. Anyone who speaks the truth runs the risk of being branded a traitor. The trouble is that propaganda is most convincing for the propagandist himself. And after you convince yourself that a lie is the truth and falsification reality, you can no longer make rational decisions. An example of this process surrounds the most shocking atrocity of this war so far: the shelling of the UN Fakhura school in Jabaliya refugee camp. Immediately after the incident became known throughout the world, the army “revealed” that Hamas fighters had been firing mortars from near the school entrance. As proof they released an aerial photo which indeed showed the school and the mortar. But within a short time the official army liar had to admit that the photo was more than a year old. In brief: a falsification. Later the official liar claimed that “our soldiers were shot at from inside the school”. Barely a day passed before the army had to admit to UN personnel that that was a lie, too. Nobody had shot from inside the school, no Hamas fighters were inside the school, which was full of terrified refugees. But the admission made hardly any difference anymore. By that time, the Israeli public was completely convinced that “they shot from inside the school”, and TV announcers stated this as a simple fact. So it went with the other atrocities. Every baby metamorphosed, in the act of dying, into a Hamas terrorist. Every bombed mosque instantly became a Hamas base, every apartment building an arms cache, every school a terror command post, every civilian government building a “symbol of Hamas rule”. Thus the Israeli army retained its purity as the “most moral army in the world”. THE TRUTH is that the atrocities are a direct result of the war plan. This reflects the personality of Ehud Barak – a man whose way of thinking and actions are clear evidence of what is called “moral insanity”, a sociopathic disorder. The real aim (apart from gaining seats in the coming elections) is to terminate the rule of Hamas in the Gaza Strip. In the imagination of the planners, Hamas is an invader which has
UNHCR News Story: Refugees in Lebanon receive wider, cheaper access to hospital services
UNHCR News Story: Refugees in Lebanon receive wider, cheaper access to hospital services
Iraqi refugee children draw in a community centre in Beirut. The new agreement is good news for their health care. UNHCR / A. Yungrova / 2008. Refugees in Lebanon receive wider, cheaper access to hospital services BEIRUT, Lebanon, January 28 (UNHCR) – A landmark cooperation agreement, supported by UNHCR and Lebanon's Health Ministry, will allow refugees to receive medical treatment at four state-run hospitals around Lebanon at affordable prices. The cooperation agreement was signed last week in Beirut by representatives of the four hospitals and some of UNHCR's local implementing partners. It follows similar recent agreements with five private health facilities across Lebanon. Before the agreement, Iraqi refugees in Lebanon only had access to basic health services at reasonable rates, but access to emergency services was often denied and hospital treatment was beyond the means of most refugees and much more expensive than that charged for Lebanese citizens. The latest agreement has been welcomed by Iraqi refugees, UNHCR and the government. "The state cannot see a person die and turn its face away. We have taken up our responsibilities as a state," Health Minister Mohammad Khalifeh said at the signing ceremony. "Today we can say that not only does Lebanon stand apart from many nations in its appreciation and commitment to good health for its citizens, but that it extends this consideration to refugees," added Ninette Kelley, UNHCR's representative in Lebanon. With quality medical care becoming more accessible and affordable for registered refugees, their health will improve, as will the health of the communities in which they live. Among the first to benefit from the new arrangement was 20-year-old Hussein, who had been mutilated by militants in Baghdad before fleeing to Lebanon last year. One foot had been partially amputated and the toes on the other chopped off, while his legs were badly burned. Hussein urgently needed surgery costing US$8,000 to save his legs, but he could not afford it. He approached UNHCR for help in applying for asylum and also sought the agency's help for immediate medical care. "I had no money for the surgery. I had to borrow money from friends to live. So I approached UNHCR and they helped me," he said, sitting on his hospital bed. Under the cooperation agreement, the surgery cost half the price Hussein would have had to pay as a private patient. UNHCR and one of its partners shared the costs. But for some refugees, like 28-year-old Wajiha, the agreement has come too late. The pregnant mother of three, who fled from Iraq 11 years ago with her family, went into labour prematurely and needed urgent medical care. Wajiha had trouble getting admission to the hospitals she went to in Beirut last year because they required that refugees pay the full fees in advance or show proof of payment from UNHCR or its partners. "I was rejected by two hospitals even though I presented my UNHCR refugee card. Finally I found one that admitted me," she recalled. "I had the baby immediately after I was admitted. The baby and I were not well and a week later my child died." She mused that if the agreement with the hospitals had been in force, "maybe I wouldn't have lost the baby." With the new arrangement, the more than 9,000 mostly Iraqi registered refugees in Lebanon will feel more reassured about gaining access to crucial health care without having to worry about the cost. By Wafa Amr and Ziad Ayad in Beirut, Lebanon

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The Safe Baby Book
With over 1,000,000 babies and toddlers injured worldwide each year The Safe Baby Book is an invaluable and necessary reference for every home. The Safe Baby Book is a comprehensive, well organized and practical guide for parents of babies and toddlers.

With over 1,000,000 babies and toddlers injured worldwide each year The Safe Baby Book is an invaluable and necessary reference for every home. The Safe Baby Book is a comprehensive, well organized and practical guide for parents of babies and toddlers.

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