The recent editorial in the Times of London, in which the paper declares that it now supports the return of the Parthenon Marbles to Greece, is an important step towards their not-so-distant return.
I have stopped counting the times I hear Greek Americans ask: “Why can’t we be like the Jews?” or “Why can’t we have the same relationship the Jewish-Americans have with Israel?” Those questions are aired as a way of expressing frustration at the real or perceived lack of mobilization of Greek-Americans on the side of Greece and Cyprus.
Dear Stavroula I am divorced with two children, a 10 year old boy and a 9 year old girl.
Congratulations on the success of The National Herald.
When I think about my Orthodox faith, where I would instinctively head to gather my core, the road always led straight to the Byzantine structure with the Greek Orthodox sign.
It appears that US President Joe Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin have laid down Red Lines that lie approximately 1,290 kilometers BEHIND one another – measuring from Ukraine’s border with Poland to its border with Russia.
JANUARY 15TH: On this day in 1855, Jacques Damala (also known as Aristides Damalas), a Greek military officer (and later, actor), was born in Piraeus, Greece.
WASHINGTON — He was supposed to break through the congressional logjam.
The Wall Street Journal’s Gerard Seib recently exclaimed he found it “stunning” that in a poll conducted by that publication, 57 percent of Republicans responded that they continue to believe that the 2020 election was stolen from Donald Trump via widespread fraud.
To the Editor: Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to all at The National Herald! Health and happiness are the most important in the lives of everyone working for this wonderful National Herald.