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Archive | May, 2012


Gulf Arab states have two choices: Unity or demise

In light of looming dangers closing in on Arab states in the Arab-Persian Gulf region, these entities must forge full political and economic unity as soon as possible if they want to survive. However, in order to predispose themselves to transform unity and true integration into a viable option, the rulers of these states must […]

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Mother of three dies in Tibet

A mother of three has died after setting herself on fire in Tibet. Rechok, who was in her mid-30s, died at the scene. She set herself on fire in front of the Jonang Dzamthang monastery in Barma Township. Her body is currently in the monastery and many Tibetans have gathered for her cremation. Tibetan protest […]

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Justice Asher Dan Grunis | Latvian Gambit’s King

Summer Heats up Jewish Wars

Israel’s Sports Ministry acquired authority regarding nomination of rabbis Heating up under the unyielding summer sun, Israel is facing a new wave of inner Jewish wars, this time in clear preparation for the October 2013 elections. Haredim and Zionists compete against each other in a chess game with no rules, where Reform and Conservative Jews […]

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Students for Sensible Drug Policy (SSDP) UK Conference

Last month, in my new role as Dir­ector of LEAP Europe, I was invited to do a talk at the SSDP con­fer­ence in Lon­don.  It was great to meet the key SSDP organ­isers, and also share a plat­form with Jason Reed, the co-ordinator of LEAP UK. The stu­dent act­iv­ists of SSDP are demand­ing that our polit­ical classes instig­ate a mature, […]

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Reading the Egyptian Elections

The Egyptian people are still in shock ever since the announcement of the results of the presidential elections late last week. They refuse to accept an outcome that sees Gen. Ahmad Shafiq, the last Prime Minister of deposed dictator Hosni Mubarak, having received more than 5.5 million votes, or about 24 percent of the votes […]

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‘West loses credibility on Syria’

Press TV has conducted an interview with Kevin Barrett, author and Islamic Studies expert from Madison, to further talk over the issue Syria slams the wording of a United Nations Security Council statement on the recent massacre of civilians in the central town of Houla. Ja’afari said the 15-nation council misinterpreted the words of the […]

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Warsaw Ghetto, Israel Ghetto

A new ghetto is rising, a phoenix emerging from the Holocaust ashes… Ghetto Warsaw Uprising and Israel There is no “Holocaust Day” in Israel; officially, the country commemorates the “Holocaust and Heroism Remembrance Day.” Outside Israel, the “heroism” part of the name is often overlooked; yet, within the electronics and cement walls surrounding the Zionist […]

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Israel celebrates Jerusalem occupation

Israel continues to extend its control over Arab East Jerusalem, killing all chances of reviving the peace process, writes Khaled Amayreh With vows to keep Jerusalem “united”, under Jewish domination, Israel this week marked the 45th anniversary of its occupation of Arab East Jerusalem. The city is home to some of Islam and Christianity’s holiest […]

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Memorializing the Holocausts of the USA

Did you ever notice how most major USA holidays celebrate genocides and holocausts?  Today is Memorial Day in the USA celebrating the deaths of all the men that were drafted into or bought the military industrial complex’s war propaganda. The United States has sent troops abroad or militarily struck other countries’ territory at least 216 […]

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Dystopia revisited

Until they become conscious they will never rebel, and until after they have rebelled they cannot become conscious. — George Orwell, 1984 Many people have been shocked by the distortion, propaganda and downright lies appearing in the Western media over events in the Middle East. But for someone living in the Middle East for 30 […]

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What Happened in Egypt’s Presidential Elections?

The Sacking of a Revolution by ESAM AL-AMIN Fifteen months after millions of Egyptians -led by the revolutionary youth- were united in their demand to end a corrupt and suffocating dictatorship, they were now divided as they headed to the polls in the last two days in order to elect a new president. During this […]

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Israel is a crime against humanity

Thanks to the fact that much of the western media deliberately avoids exposing Israeli criminality, probably for fear of being accused of anti-Semitism, much of the brutal ugliness of the Jewish state remains unknown to millions of Europeans and North Americans. This is the reason that many people in the west are still buying the […]

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The much-ballyhooed Facebook IPO—how surprised should we be now to hear charges that the whole thing was pretty much an insider trading scam from the get-go? As we learn here: Morgan Stanley, Goldman Sachs Group Inc., JP Morgan Chase & Co. and other underwriters along with Facebook Inc. were sued by investors who claimed they […]

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