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The worst case of scientific censorship since the Catholic Church banned the works of Galileo

Scientists call for drugs to be legalised to allow proper study of their properties The outlawing of drugs such as cannabis, MDMA and LSD amounts to the “the worst case of scientific censorship since the Catholic Church banned the works of Copernicus and Galileo”, the former Government drugs advisor Professor David Nutt has claimed. Professor […]

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The Statement Of Jama’ah Muslimin (Hizbullah)

  On The Provocative Claim Of Israel Against Al-Aqsha Mosque :   جماعة المسلمين (حزب الله)  JAMA`AH MUSLIMIN (HIZBULLAH) Secretariate : Jl. Pesantren Al-Fatah No. 01, Pasirangin, Cileungsi, Bogor, 16820 E-mail : aljamaahhizbullah@yahoo.co.id, farkhants@yahoo.co.id Telp./Fax : (021) 82498933, HP : 082182036019 THE STATEMENT OF JAMA’AH MUSLIMIN (HIZBULLAH) ON THE PROVOCATIVE CLAIM OF ISRAEL AGAINST AL-AQSHA […]

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CrossTalk on Isralestine: What Occupation?

Published on July 23, 2012 by RussiaToday. According to the recently published report by an Israeli judge, Israel is not occupying the Palestinian territories. Does this report have any basis in international law? Is the government simply preparing the legal ground to annex Area C of the West Bank? And how do these occupation-deniers explain their […]

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Arab Spring against interests of Israel

Published on Jul 21, 2012 by Press TV Global News In an attempt that can only be described as ethnic cleansing, more than 26,000 Palestinian homes have been demolished by the Israeli forces since 1967.  The Israeli regime plans to turn the Palestinians in the occupied territories into a minority in their homeland. To further […]

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Exclusive interview with Ecuadorian ambassador to UK

Published on Jul 17, 2012 by PressTVGlobalNews The Latin American nation of Ecuador has been on the news recently as the stand-off between British police continues surround the Ecuadorian embassy in London hoping that the Wikileaks founder Julian Assange will come out. Before Ecuador’s ambassador flew back to her country to speak to President Rafael […]

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US has nothing to offer Egyptians: Lawrence Freeman

Published on Jul 16, 2012 by PressTVGlobalNews Egyptians have welcomed US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton by throwing tomatoes and holding protests as they view her visit an example of Washington’s meddling in the country’s internal affairs. Washington threw its weight behind the Hosni Mubarak regime for over three decades but now claims to support […]

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Iran Today: Women and Islamic Awakening

In 2010, a wave of revolutions began to sweep a series of North African and Arab nations. The force behind it was so strong that it didn’t peter out, but rumbled on and on until today. Certain countries managed to topple their autocratic governments but others are still struggling to do so. Their men and […]

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Keiser Report: Fraud & 60 Orgasms

In this episode, Max Keiser and co-host, Stacy Herbert, discuss why nobody is freaking about LIBOR in America, while JP Morgan caught doing an Enron on US energy markets and GlaxoSmithKline pays 10% of their ill-gotten gains for bribing doctors and scientists across America. In the second half of the show Max talks to Kevin […]

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Searchlight and the Jewish Community

Their relationship with the Jewish community is a theme Searchlight return to when in difficulty, they feel that by manufacturing scare stories about, or exaggerating, anti-semitism, this will ensure a ready flow of funds from Jewish sources. The Union of Jewish Students (UJS) provides personnel to perform various tasks for Searchlight, although thankfully some of […]

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Keiser Report: Barclays’ Bad Bet (E308)

In this episode, Max Keiser and co-host, Stacy Herbert, discuss ‘big boys’ and carding crimes, marmite pots and Olympic has-beens, wash trades and perfect games. In the second half of the show Max talks to former commodities analyst and blogger, Michael Krieger, about the meaning of the escalating and blatant financial crime wave.

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Singapore develops Super-tree structures

Singapore is a modern country famous for being very clean and tidy. Now it has gained a new comparative advantage. It has developed what it calls the high tech garden. What is new in Singapore’s modern skyline are super trees — high tech organic shapes that stretch way up into the sky. The super trees […]

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Israeli strike killing 6-yr-old boy in Gaza

Relatives are mourning a six-year-old Palestinian boy who was killed by an Israeli strike on the Gaza Strip. Israel confirmed the strikes, which also wounded 20 other people, but denies any involvement in the child’s death. On Saturday Israel launched air raids on Palestinian territory following rocket fire from Gaza that wounded an Israeli man. […]

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P5+1 and Iran talks in Moscow-Iran Today

Published on Jun 23, 2012 by PressTVGlobalNews- Very Interesting Must watch! On the 18th and 19th of June 2012 Iran and the P5+1 met in Moscow to discuss Iran’s nuclear program yet again. The participants sat down to talk 4 times in those two days, but the results could be summed up in one sentence. […]

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“Total War Ideology” against Islam?

Published on Jun 22, 2012 by PressTVGlobalNews It is revealed by American magazine Wired in May 2012, that the American Army teaches its officers to “Use ‘Hiroshima’ tactics for a ‘total war’ on Islam”. The course teaches officers there is no such thing as moderate Islam and that they should consider Islam their enemy. It […]

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Doubtful Deals – News Analysis

Published on Jun 19, 2012 by PressTVGlobalNews Greek party leaders are trying for a second time to form a coalition government. Will Greece eventually continue with its international bailouts and impose the harsh austerity measures and budget cuts as required by its agreements with the EU and the IMF or will the Greek have to […]

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Israeli citizen gives up citizenship

PressTV Report. 24 year old Andrey Pshenichnikov is in the French capital with a purpose that goes beyond tourism. This is his passport, the one he wants to renounce. In the past, some Israelis have managed to get their citizenship revoked, but there are no known cases of these Israelis applying for Palestinian residency or […]

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Reality Check-Weekly review15-06-16-2012

In this edition of Reality Check weekly review, the upcoming talks between Iran and the P5+1 in Moscow. We will also look at the US being against peace in Syria, and Ahmed Shafiq raised trouble in Egypt. These and much more are all reviewed in this edition of Reality Check weekly review.

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Boycotting Israel gains momentum

Remember Palestine-06-16-2012 from Press TV with Lauren Booth featuring Gilad Atzmon. As convoys and flotillas are being increasingly blocked from entering Palestine, activists look increasingly to the Boycott Movement as a way to pressure Israel. Most recently, the Co-operative Group decided to no longer engage with any supplier of produce known to be sourcing from […]

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The 14 Characteristics of Fascism

by Lawrence Britt Spring 2003 Political scientist Dr. Lawrence Britt recently wrote an article about fascism (“Fascism Anyone?,” Free Inquiry, Spring 2003, page 20). Studying the fascist regimes of Hitler (Germany), Mussolini (Italy), Franco (Spain), Suharto (Indonesia), and Pinochet (Chile), Dr. Britt found they all had 14 elements in common. He calls these the identifying […]

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US-Israel relations-A Simple Question

The US and Israel are engaged in extensive strategic, political and military cooperation. This cooperation is broad and includes American aid, intelligence sharing, and joint military exercises. American military aid to Israel comes in different forms, including grants, special project allocations and loans. According to ifamericansknew.org, Israel receives about $3 billion from the U.S. in […]

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Truth about Fukushima ISIS Report 05/06/12

by Dr. Mae-Wan Ho The release of radioactivity from Fukushima is at least as great as from Chernobyl, and a humanitarian disaster on the scale of Chernobyl needs to be averted by acknowledging the truth and taking responsibility for mitigating measures. Regulators seriously economical with the truth “Few people will develop cancer as a consequence of […]

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Does Saudi Arabia face a political crisis?

News Analysis 06-12-2012 from Press TV. Saudi Arabia’s Crown prince is nowhere to be seen! Questions about Prince Nayef’s worsening health condition have once again sparked a debate about the future successor to the Saudi throne. Is Riyadh headed to a political crisis? On this edition of News Analysis, we’re also asking has Saudi Arabia […]

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Atomic Apocalypse-News Analysis-06-05-2012

Nuclear weapons are threatening global peace. A leading research body concludes nuclear states are quite unwilling to disarm. The reports also refer to Israel’s nuclear arsenal and issue that so far hasn’t let any kind of International scrutiny. On this edition of News Analysis we ask: how safe the world can be with more than […]

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Obama needs Jewish lobby’s support for re-election

US President Barack Obama has once again voiced unwavering support for the Zionist regime, saying his administration is “more attentive to Israel than it is to the Palestinians.” Obama made the comment while addressing a delegation of the US Orthodox Jewish community at the White House. He also pled with the audience not to doubt […]

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Syria Invasion imminent?-News Analysis

In Syria the armed opposition says that it no longer recognizes Kofi Anan’s seize fire plan. But it still is not clear who is responsible for violating it. Is Syria headed to civil war? And will there be a foreign military intervention? In another development a British newspaper has revealed that British Special Forces and […]

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Computer experts warn about cyber warfare

After the failed cyber attack on Iran’s nuclear facilities by the so-called Stuxnet computer worm in 2010, the appearance of a new super virus has raised many questions about the reliability of anti viruses that are commonly used worldwide. The malware “Flame” was detected in Iran after targeting the country’s oil networks just last month.

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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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‘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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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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China TV blames Dalai Lama for Tibet immolations

By GILLIAN WONG and ISOLDA MORILLO The Associated Press At least 34 Buddhist monks, nuns and others in Tibet have set themselves on fire to protest Chinese rule. China has released a documentary accusing the Dalai Lama of orchestrating a wave of self-immolations by Tibetans, its most elaborate attempt so far to shape international opinion […]

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Show is Over? ‘EU doomed even if Greece opts out’

Greece is edging even close to the Euro exit door – after the latest talks to form a government failed. There’ll be more on Tuesday, but markets have already been dropped in reaction, while other EU nations are scrambling contingency plans. The second-largest party in Greece is the latest to refuse to join a coalition […]

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OBAMA:- From AIPAC to Gay-Pack

Is Obama gay or not? We don’t know the answer, Newsweek says he is the  ‘first Gay president‘ and brother Nathaniel seems to agree. But does it matter?  Obama didn’t have to be a Jew in order to subscribe to AIPAC pressure, he probably doesn’t have to to be Gay in order to fund his […]

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A Putsch Against War: The Man With Messianic Tendencies

by Uri Avnery GENERALS AND secret police chiefs get together for an attack on the politicians. In some countries, they arrest the president, occupy government offices and TV stations and annul the constitution. They then publish Communique No. 1, explaining the dire need to save the nation from perdition and promising democracy, elections etc. In […]

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Mazin Qumsiyeh on The Wandering Who

The Wandering Who, reiewed by Mazin Qumsiyeh. http://www.qumsiyeh.org/giladatzmon/ Gilad Atzmon, The Wandering Who? A Study of Jewish Identity Politics (Ropley, Hampshire, UK: Zero Books, 2011). Pp.177. Paperback. ISBN-13: 9781846948756. Review by Mazin Qumsiyeh Copy Right: Holy Land Studies, May 2012, Vol. 11, No. 1 : pp. 99-101 About nine years ago, I entertained the notion […]

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Norway Muslims question focus on Breivik’s sanity

By JULIA GRONNEVET | Associated Press – Sat, Apr 28, 2012 OSLO, Norway (AP) — Muslim leaders in Norway say they are concerned that the anti-Islamic ideology of Anders Behring Breivik, the far-right fanatic now on trial for killing 77 people, is being overshadowed by questions about his mental state. The self-described anti-Muslim militant shocked […]

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Assange on Slavoj Zizek & David Horowitz

Julian Assange’s The World Tomorrow Slavoj Zizek and David Horowitz are the guests for the second episode of Julian Assange’s interview show, “The World Tomorrow”. “Intellectual superstar” Slavoj Zizek is a philosopher, psychoanalyst and cultural commentator. David Horowitz is a renowned stalwart of hardline conservative American political thought and an unrepentant Zionist. The tone of […]

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Israel bars entry for ‘Welcome to Palestine’ activists

Israel has refused entry to dozens of activists who arrived in Tel Aviv as part of an international campaign dubbed ‘Welcome to Palestine’. Nine Israeli activists have also been arrested. The organizers say they’d planned peaceful activities like planting trees in the West Bank and have criticized Israel for over-reacting. RT gets the details from […]

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Iceland forgives mortgage debt of its population

The government of Iceland has forgiven the mortgage debt for much of its population. This nation chose a very different way of stopping the crisis from the rest of European countries. It decided to hear the requests of the population and to put politicians and bankers on the bench of the accused three years after […]

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Sarah Gillespie’s The War on Trevor – Mamoon Alabbasi Review

Review of Sarah Gillespie’s new music release ‘The War on Trevor’ By Mamoon Alabbasi – LONDON http://www.youtube.com/embed/8R1zdsVPNxE Youtube Video: Sarah Gillespie’s new music release ‘The War on Trevor’ Politics and human rights have always been among the dominant themes in Sarah Gillespie’s albums ‘Stalking Juliet’ and ‘In the Current Climate’, but her latest release ‘The […]

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“I’m Your Spy” by Mordechai Vanunu

A poem by Mordechai Vanunu Mordechai Vanunu, Israel, was a subordinate nuclear technician at what proved to be a clandestine nuclear weapons program. Following his convictions he delivered evidence to a London newspaper, the Sunday Times. Israel’s secret police abducted him to Israel, via Rome, in grave violation of the territorial integrity of both Britain […]

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“What must be said” by Günter Grass

Why do I stay silent, stay silent too long about what is obvious and is practiced in war games, at the end of which we as survivors are at best only footnotes It is the asserted right of the first strike, which could  annihilate the Iranian people – who are bullied by a loudmouth and […]

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Deir Yassin Day 2012

The 64th anniversary of the Deir Yassin Massacre, April 9th 1948 Commemorations: The General Union of Palestinian Students & Deir Yassin Remembered (UK) Monday April 23rd London Moment of Commemoration led by Abu Ashraf Deir Yassin resident, aged 8, April 1948 Deir Yassin Remembered (US) Monday April 9th Deir Yassin Memorial 9 Mile Point, Geneva, […]

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‘The War on Trevor’ UK tour

with variations on a theme by Joseph Haydn Beat poet adventurer strays beyond the bounds of singer songwriter’ MOJO Haunting tunes & striking lyrics… yearningly pretty &  bittersweet.’ The Independent An incandescent new presence with superior lyrics.’ The Guardian Lovely, poetic, with poise and bite wrapped in a protest singer’s conscious. ’Daily Mail The War […]

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Engaging Gilad Atzmon: The Video

Israeli-born Gilad Atzmon, one of Europe’s finest jazz musicians, was in Washington, DC in mid-March for the first time at the end of a multi-city North American grassroots tour to discuss his recently published and highly controversial book, The Wandering Who? A Study of Jewish Identity Politics. As Atzmon was speaking on the East Coast […]

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How Zionism Infiltrated The United States

Mark Bruzonsky, a Jewish, American Scholar and Journalist, has been a key member behind the scenes of the Israeli Palestinian peace initiative in the 1980s, meeting with Former Egyptian President Anwar Sadat and with Palestinian officials. In this exclusive interview with Press TV’s Autograph, Mr. Bruzonsky talks about the challenges and missed opportunities he witnessed […]

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