“‘When you reap the harvest of your land, do not reap to the very edges of your field or gather the gleanings of your harvest. Do not go over your vineyard a second time or pick up the grapes that have fallen. Leave them for the poor and the foreigner.
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Military does limited follow up after strikes occur to assess whether civilian deaths took place.Col. Operations in Libya. “We have not seen any further evidence or information which would change our conclusions,” he said.The difficulty the United States faces in Libya, where it relies on electronic and aerial surveillance, was visible in the disputed aftermath of a 2015 strike targeting Mokhtar Belmokhtar, a legendary Algerian militant, and a 2016 attack that the Serbian government said killed two kidnapped diplomats.In both instances, the facts of what occurred during those attacks remain disputed.The researchers said the United States has accounted for its strikes in Libya with greater, though not complete, transparency compared to other countries that have sent planes into Libya.Often, it has been difficult to determine who has been behind a particular strike in Libya, with no local factions or foreign actors taking responsibility and locals assigning blame to multiple parties.The UAE, which has been eager to ensure that Islamists do not seize control of Libya’s weakened state institutions, is believed to have conducted at least 35 strikes in Libya during that period.
This should not make us bitter or selfish. Instead, we should open wide our arms to unite, accept, and welcome all walks of life if we are to survive or grow. Why? Because we need travel, we need entries into other nations, we need foreign trade for a thriving economy for starters.
For the first five miles the road climbs from 400 feet above sea level to just under 2,000 feet at the Heart O The Hills Ranger Station, the only overnight facility at Hurricane Ridge. Over the next twelve miles as you climb up the narrow road and through three different tunnels the plant life around you goes through a gradual change. Western red cedar, big leaf maples, grand firs, Pacific yew, and sword ferns give way to sub alpine forest and wild flowers.