Saturday December 14, 2019

Letters to the Editor

We welcome exclusive letters addressed to: The Letters Editor,The Sunday Business Post, Hambleden House, 19-26 Pembroke Street, Dublin 2; e-mail: [email protected] Letters may be edited for length

6th September, 2015

The horrific picture of the dead Syrian child Aylan Kurdi on the beach, being flashed all over the world, exposes how terrible can be the inhumanity of mankind.

The heartbreak of wars, caused always by politicians, is too conveniently ignored by the media, who never shy away from showing the result of political decisions without laying blame where it belongs.

When the “coalition of the willing” was bombing the beautiful civilian city of Baghdad, where...

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