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Presidential Debates

The coming U.S. elections have monopolized the attention of the American mainstream media and voters. Economic issues held sway over the first of two presidential debates, and foreign policy governed the second. According to the latest Gallup poll, Americans who watched the second presidential debate say Barack Obama did a better job than Mitt Romney, […]

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Bus Advert Tells U.S. Congress: Don’t Support Hamas

 The Los Angeles-based Israel advocacy group Stand With Us has begun running bus advertisements in San Francisco asking the U.S. Congress not to support the Palestinian resistance group Hamas.  According to spokesperson Dr. Macho Harass, the level of Congressional support for Hamas has reached alarming levels. “This all started when the U.S. and Israel provided […]

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Response to ABC’s “Tick, Tick, Boom” and What’s with Jonathan Cook?


In  Iran – Tick, Tick, Boom!, ABC correspondent Trevor Bormann admits, “As well as killing some scientists and urging others to defect, the CIA and Mossad are making the working lives of Iranian nuclear scientists utterly miserable. “Israel has long recognized the power of nuclear know-how in this most volatile of regions and ruthlessly defends […]

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“The name of the game: erasing Palestine…”

The name of the game: erasing Palestine… ~Miko Peled Around the time my article “Who does ‘Agent Cameron’ work for?” appeared last week a Jewish lady, Elizabeth Morley, wrote to Mr Cameron scolding the prime minister for his shocking dinner speech to the United Jewish Israel Appeal http://www.number10.gov.uk/news/ujia/ . Agent Cameron told his Jewish audience: […]

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“Gentlemen, our souls are not for sale”

A salute to one of history’s unsung heroes: Pakistani patriot, organizer, pro-Palestinian intellectual and a statesmen of the highest calibre: Pakistan’s first Prime Minister; The Honourable Nawabzada Liaquat Ali Khan, martyred on October 16th, 1951 by assassins of the extremist Jew controlled, Anglo-American-Israeli crime gang. A Founding Father of the Islamic Republic, Liaquat Ali Khan was […]

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The NEW Fourth Estate’s Foreign Policy Questions To Presidential Candidates

The New Fourth Estate is comprised of Internet reporters who do not take orders from editors or paychecks from conglomerates. We seek the truth and report as a matter of public service. In a true democracy with a media dedicated to seeking and reporting the truth the presidential debates would include other parties and inquiries […]

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Interfaith dialogue is no answer to Israel ’s racist bullying

So the Albuquerque Episcopalians got jumpy and ‘disinvited’ the Friends of Sabeel who had booked their cathedral for a conference. Sabeel is an international peace movement which calls itself the Voice of Palestinian Christians. Why would one Christian group snub another? The excuse for turning away the conference was concocted by the Dean of the […]

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Vanunu Responds to Gunter Grass and My Question to SECURITY

The International Press and in particular the Israeli Media have been buzzing all weekend regarding a new poem by German writer and Nobel laureate Gunter Grass, in which he calls Israel’s Nuclear Whistle Blower, Mordechai Vanunu, a “paragon” “modern-day hero” and a “righteous man, who has remained loyal to his country the entire time.” Vanunu […]

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Ehud Barak's latest offer of territory for a Palestinian state

Ehud Barak’s (latest) “Generous Offer” to the Palestinians

Israel’s current Defense Minister and former Prime Minister Ehud Barak was plainly anxious to see me. “You’ve got to get down here right away, Barb, or I’m going to give this story to someone else,” he said over the phone. “I’ve always said that resolution of the Israeli-Palestinian impasse requires imagination, and I think I’ve […]

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Arab Spring, Iran, America’s Autumn and Israel’s WMD

On the second morning of Autumn, AIPAC praised the efforts of Sens. Graham (R-SC), Lieberman (I-CT), Casey (D-PA), and 80 additional cosponsors, who passed resolution [SJ41] by 90 to 1, to affirm the “vital national interest of the United States to prevent the Government of Iran from acquiring a nuclear weapons capability.” The senators echoed […]

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Exclusive Leaked Copy of Free Speech Reduction Guidelines

  The California State Assembly has created an important precedent in protecting students from excessive and dangerous free speech. HR-35, a resolution passed with Israel sympathizers in mind, aims to assure that campuses that still allow criticism will at least avoid offending such students with speech and information that might reflect negatively on Israel. Since […]

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Radio Free Palestine : A Story of Betrayal – 1

 Second part in My Catbird Seat‘s serialisation of the Opening chapters of Radio Free Palestine A Story of Betrayal – 1    A seventeen-year-old girl trembling with grief and rage told me how she witnessed her teenage cousin being shot through the head by Israeli soldiers. They had been walking to school together and the soldiers were […]

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On With the Revolution?

Although I dissent from particular policies of conservatives and the Tea Party, I share some common ground and so, in a few hours I will be in a room among many while in Chantilly, Virginia. I will also be one of a few who will be meeting with a few Senators and Dr. Ron Paul […]

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THAT Day and This 9/11

We have come to be one of the worst ruled, one of the most completely controlled and dominated Governments in the world – no longer a Government of free opinion, no longer a Government by conviction and vote of the majority, but a Government by the opinion and duress of small groups of dominant men, […]

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Radio Free Palestine: A Wake-up Call

Irrepressible Palestinian children… But smiles of happiness may turn to tears of frustration when they grow up to find their dreams dashed in a country ravaged by decades of military occupation… where lands and resources have been stolen, education curtailed, freedom cancelled and travel made almost impossible. How will they build a career or raise […]

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Response to Ombudsman at Washington Post who asked What about Israel’s nuclear weapons?

Patrick B. Pexton, journalist and Ombudsman for The Washington Post asked What about Israel’s nuclear weapons? Paxton mentioned the “Israeli military censors that can and do prevent publication of material on Israel’s nuclear forces. Censorship applies to foreign correspondents working there, too [and] relatively few people have overall knowledge of the Israeli program and no one […]

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Delaying Apocalypse: Iran Announces Missile Drones

The Unbearable Speed of Modern Times New level of deterrence achieved There aren’t many reasons for praising the violent epoch we live in; the most violent states in human history claim being egalitarian and kind, while in fact they persecute everybody daring to efficiently criticize them. Their violent presidents receive Peace Nobel Prizes and congratulate […]

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Message To: DNC and Zionists of America From: An American Patriot

Patriotism means to stand up for one’s homeland. It does not mean to stand up for any political party, politician or any other another state. The Zionist Organization of America (ZOA) has called upon the Democratic National Committee to rescind its invitation to former President Jimmy Carter to address the upcoming 2012 Democratic National Convention […]

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Remembering Grace by Debunking Christian Zionism

In 1981 Grace Halsell published “Journey to Jerusalem” which took a close look at Israeli torture, Israel’s illegal settlements and the oppressed lives Palestinians were forced to lead under occupation… The New York Times obituary for Journalist Grace Halsell, notes her curiosity about ”a wider world” led her to experience life on society’s fringes by […]

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The Proper Procedure for Killing Unarmed Civilians

An Israeli military spokesperson announced Sunday that an Israeli soldier referenced only as Staff Sergeant “S” would serve 45 days in prison for killing Ria Abu Hajaj and her daughter Majda during the January, 2009 invasion of Gaza code-named “Cast Lead”. The sentence was the result of a plea agreement. I was able to locate […]

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The Selective Morality of ‘Anti-Zionist’ Zionists

The selective morality of ‘anti-Zionist’ Zionists (self-professed anti-Zionists who harbour certain Zionist viewpoints) says that Palestinians must languish in refugee camps merely because it would be ‘immoral’ to re-settle Israelis who live on stolen land. This is all while Israel proves its capability to resettle its own citizens when it colonises vast swathes of the […]

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Message to Mitt: Courtesy of CIA, FBI, Bibi’s nephew, Vanunu and a Candidate for US HOUSE

U.S. national security officials consider Israel to be a genuine counterintelligence threat. “The CIA considers Israel its No. 1 counterintelligence threat in the agency’s Near East Division, the group that oversees spying across the Middle East, according to current and former officials. Counterintelligence is the art of protecting national secrets from spies. This means the […]

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Will Romney View The Real Wailing Wall and Visit Israel’s WMD Facility?

On Tuesday, at the Veterans of Foreign Wars National Convention in Nevada, Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney opined that the people of Israel deserve better diplomatic protection than that they have been receiving under President Barack Obama. Romney accused the President of being “fond of lecturing Israel’s leaders” and the “people of Israel deserve better […]

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The Visible Ghosts of Palestine

A walk through occupied Al Khalil (Hebron) offers a shocking and heartbreaking insight into the struggle of the oppressed souls of one of Palestine’s most important cities. Day by day, Al Khalil is becoming a ghost town as the indigenous Palestinians are forced out through a wickedly evil campaign of terrorism, intimidation, and oppression. Israel’s […]

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