Many psychology studies fail reproducibility test

A large group of researchers set out to repeat 100 experiments published by leading psychology journals to see how often they would get the same results.

The answer: Less than half the time.

“it is indisputable that there are monkeys of Jewish origin”

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Zahar: Hamas should focus on taking over the West Bank

Hamas is currently focusing its energy’s on taking power in the West Bank, a senior official in the organization said Monday.

Mahmoud Zahar told Hamas’s Al Aksa TV that the organization should build on its successes in legislative and municipal elections in the West Bank and move to consolidate its power.

Scientology & Nation Of Islam

The relationship between the Nation of Islam and scientology is becoming stranger and stranger.

Whether anyone likes it or not, scientology membership is disproportionately white. Massively so. And Louis Farrakhan is militantly anti-white.

So, what the hell are they doing in bed with one another?

Report: Fears in Lebanon that Hezbollah trying to hijack social protests to overthrow government

Political sources in Lebanon claimed Monday that the “You Stink” protest movement, which originated on social media and has mobilized around the government’s failure to deal with collecting trash, has been hijacked by Hezbollah in an attempt to seize power in the country.

The sources told London-based newspaper Al-Arab that “Hezbollah is using the trash crisis to topple the government of [Prime Minister] Tammam Salam and to create a power vacuum amid the Parliament’s failure to choose a new president who is acceptable to everyone.”

In the Lebanese media as well, there are claims that the Shi’ite faction, Amal, which is identified in Parliament with Hezbollah, is acting to disturb the public order. The reports claim that these activists clashed with security forces that guard the prime minister’s headquarters in Beirut.

Palis killing each other in Lebanon

At least three people have been killed in clashes between rival armed groups in Lebanon’s largest Palestinian refugee camp, near the southern port city of Sidon.

Fighting between the Jund al-Sham group and members of Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas’ Fatah movement on Monday began in the northern part of Ain al-Hilweh camp and quickly spread.

Sources told Al Jazeera that the three killed were on Fatah’s side. Several others were wounded and brought to hospitals in Sidon.

It was unclear what sparked the clashes, and each side blamed the other.

The escalating rivalry between Jund al-Sham and Fatah has erupted into clashes several times over the past few months.

Concentration camp spin classes

The humanity.