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Tag Archives: Japan
We’ve heard considerable rhetoric recently about the vileness of subjecting children to poison gas, and vile it is. So are other means by which children are maimed and murdered… Continue reading
The Japanese government has formally apologized for forcing women seized from China, South Korea, the Philippines, Indonesia, and Taiwan to act as “comfort women” (sex slaves) for the military during World War II. Recently, Toru Hashimoto, mayor of Osaka, Japan, sparked … Continue reading
By guest author Dot Walsh Comfort women were women and girls forced into prostitution by the Japanese government during World War II. The name “comfort women” was taken from a Japanese word meaning prostitute. In reality these women were sex … Continue reading
By guest author Tomoko Maekawa On August 9, when I was at Nagasaki Peace Park for the memorial ceremony for the 67th anniversary of the atomic bombing of Nagasaki, I had the opportunity to listen to Clifton Truman Daniel and … Continue reading