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Archive | August 11, 2012

US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (L), Turkey's President Abdullah Gul (C) and Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu (R) (AFP)

Hillary Clinton on the Syria No-Fly Zone

U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu indicated in a meeting with reporters Saturday that they were exploring the possible imposition of a no-fly zone over Syria.  I managed to reach Secretary Clinton by phone shortly afterward. BW:            Secretary Clinton, the U.S. is a pioneer in this sort of project.  […]

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How to add a Featured Image to a WordPress Post

WordPress is scalable web cms system that can be used by one author or many in a multi-user site. To get the best out of WordPress it is good to know how some of its core features work. Every WordPress post has the option of including a featured image. Bottom right below Tags press “Featured […]

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The England Riots: 343 Years of Injustice

In 1668 A.D., the Bawdy House Riots turned the streets of London into a battleground between the impoverished working class and the royalist bourgeoisie: 30 years earlier; an extremist Jew financed insurgency fronted by Oliver Cromwell, had paved the way for usurers / moneylenders / bankers to take over the city and set up their […]

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The war on Iran is already underway

Economic sanctions, psychological warfare, media propaganda, threats and assassinations; what other sort of evidence one may need to believe that the United States, Israel and their European allies have already started their much liked war against Iran and that this unjustifiable war is taking its toll on the innocent, ordinary Iranian citizens? They say that […]

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Justice for All: Alexander Cockburn, Palestine, and U.S. media

Longtime journalist Alexander Cockburn passed away on July 21st, an enormous loss. Cockburn was a brilliant, witty, and courageous opponent of falsehoods and injustice. He stood on the side of the oppressed, the weak, and the victimized – even those victims that many writers and human rights defenders chose to ignore. With his scathing intellect, […]

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MK Aryeh Eldad: We’re Willing to Share al-Aqsa

On the heels of the announcement that Israeli Knesset Member Aryeh Eldad had introduced a bill to exclude Muslims from the al-Aqsa Mosque on certain days, I caught up with him as he was testing the latrines of the new Jewish Museum of Tolerance, being built on top of the historic and ancient Muslim cemetery […]

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