test - display content from another page

Display content from one page on another page

You may want your homepage to include snippets of content from another page, such as your latest 3 blog posts. To do this, click Website > Theme > New File and name the file _blog_latest.html, and click Create and edit file. Next, copy and paste the following contents into the file and click Save and Publish.  Here, we used _tw_blog_latest.html

The examples below are executed via the liquid function: subpage in the template of this page.  The two subpage lines each bring in three lines from a blog, as defined in two files that were created in the Template -> Files .  The first file is: _tw_blog_latest.html and the second is _tw_blog_latest_example2.html

CJPME Factsheet, published April 2019 : This factsheet discusses the repercussions of Trump's decree regarding the Golan Heights and Canada's position on the subject. 

CJPME Factsheet, Published december 2018: This factsheet discusses the repercussions of Trump's decisions regarding Israel-Palestine and Canada's reaction to Trump's approach. 

CJPME Factsheet, published August, 2018. This factsheet discusses how the Israeli government uses "greenwashing" by pretending to be environmentally-friendly in order to deflect attention from its human rights abuses against Palestinians. 

CJPME: After 37 Executions, Canada Must Re-Examine Relations with Saudi Arabia

Montreal, April 24th, 2019 — Canadians for Justice and Peace in the Middle East (CJPME) is deeply appalled by Saudi Arabia’s gruesome execution of 37 Saudi men yesterday – in the largest mass execution since January 2016. In light of these recent executions and Saudi Arabia’s increasing human rights abuses, CJPME calls on the Canadian government to re-examine its relationship with Saudi Arabia. ...Read more >

CJPME Condemns New Quebec "Secularism" Bill

Montreal, March 28th, 2019 — Canadians for Justice and Peace in the Middle East (CJPME) strongly condemns the Quebec government's new "secularism" bill – bill 21 – for being discriminatory and unconstitutional.  Entitled “An act respecting the laicity of the state,” the bill states that public servants in positions of authority, including judges, prosecutors, police officers, prison guards, court security, peace officers, school principals and elementary and high school teachers, will not be allowed to wear religious symbols while on the job.  A secular organization, CJPME opposes the bill as an infringement on the rights of Canadians of Middle East origin, especially Muslim-Canadians.  The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms prevents the government from passing laws which prevent or inhibit Canadians from practicing their religion. ...Read more >

CJPME Condemns Trump’s Golan Heights Decree

Montreal, March 22nd, 2019 — Canadians for Justice and Peace in the Middle East (CJPME) strongly condemns Trump’s tweet yesterday regarding the Golan Heights.  In that tweet, Trump signalled his readiness to accept Israeli sovereignty over the Golan Heights, Syrian territory militarily occupied by Israel since 1967. CJPME calls on the Canadian government to join its international allies in unequivocally condemning Trump’s statement - a statement which violates international law and numerous United Nations resolutions, setting a dangerous precedent moving forward.    ...Read more >

Be the first to comment

Please check your e-mail for a link to activate your account.