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Securing Sinai: Egypt Retakes Sovereignty

Many were surprised on June 24, 2012, when the Egyptian army let Mohamed Morsi to be declared Egypt’s first Islamist president in the freest elections in the country’s history. He had confronted and won the army-backed candidate, Mr. Shafik, who had been the last Prime Minister under President Mubarak. Morsi is identified with the Muslim […]

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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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Sick NATO Primitive FSA Terrorists Throw Bodies off Roof and Execute Unarmed Civilian in Horrific Videos

Bodies thrown off roof in horrific Syria video Published Monday, August 13, 2012 A horrific video purportedly showing Syrian rebels throwing the bodies of postal workers off a roof has appeared online, raising fresh concerns about atrocities in the increasingly brutal conflict in Syria. Both sides in the 17-month conflict have been accused of human rights […]

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Aleppo Liberated by Syrian Government Troops

The Syrian ‘northern capital,” Aleppo, where fierce battles between the army and the armed opposition troops have been going on since the end of , has changed hands. Government troops entered the central part of the city on Thursday. Special mission units are searching through the old districts adjoining the medieval fortress towering over Aleppo. […]

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UNSC met on Syria kidnapping

It was Monday that Press TV first asked Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon’s office for a condemnation of the kidnapping in Syria by the Free Syrian Army. On Tuesday — it was made official — as Iranian Foreign Affairs Minister Ali Akbar Salehi formally requested Ban’s help in resolving the crisis.

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Israel and Egypt Attack Sinai Insurrection

Egyptian air force attacks in Sinai for first time since 1973 August 2012 began violently in the Sinai Peninsula. Glowing leftovers from the violence that took place last February erupted into full flames, causing unprecedented attacks from Israel and Egypt. On August 5, Global Jihad militants attacked an Egyptian outpost near Gaza, killed 16 Egyptians, […]

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The UAE: holding back the tide

This article by Kristian Coates Ulrichsen was originally published on Open Democracy under a Creative Commons License. * * * * As a deeply-tribal and largely homogeneous society that has also engaged heavily both in state-branding and institutional partnerships in recent years, the security crackdown in the UAE holds particular resonance, calling into question the […]

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Syria: Chief Mole Defects

Syria Prime Minister Riad Hijab Defects to Jordan Invariably, propaganda fails. It may take a long time—ask former denizens of the USSR—but eventually, most of the truth is discovered by the People. Sometimes it is enough to look at the speaker to spot a governmental lie. Joseph Goebbels—Reich Minister of Public Enlightenment and Propaganda in […]

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Dismembering the Arab World

Dr Makram Khoury-Machool is a Palestinian scholar, based in Cambridge, UK  The behaviour of the NATO-aligned, anti-Syrian bloc is now blatant enough for us to better understand what is happening in Syria. On the one hand, we find political operators such the ad-hoc group ‘Friends of Syria’, and on the other, two Arab personalities, both ministers […]

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Palestinian Asylum Seekers

by Lauren Booth & O. Qashoo On the 21st, 27th and 29th of June, three asylum seeker vessels heading from the port of Pelabuhan Ratu on the south-eastern coast of Java – a popular embarkation point on the Australian coast disappeared. The boats were overladen with men, women and children desperately seeking a new life, […]

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Libor, Tax Havens and the Filthy Rich

2012 is the year to dispel any doubt that capitalism is terminally ill. The recent Libor scandal in the United Kingdom, where the head of Barclays was pilloried for his responsibility in fixing one of the world’s most important international interest rates was shocking, not for the fact that it happened, but because it was […]

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Wrath of Israel

London 2012 Olympic Games create controversy in Israel David or Goliath? How many medals did Israel win in the Olympic Games? The truth ruth is that not even Israelis care about that. The London 2012 Olympic Games became a controversial topic in Israel, despite their Zion-like logo, due to a very different issue. These days, […]

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Hiroshima to Fukushima

This August 6th and 9th mark the 67th anniversaries of the most brutal acts of terrorism upon innocent people: America’s atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. “We live in a world of nuclear giants and ethical infants, in a world that has achieved brilliance without wisdom, power without conscience. We have solved the mystery of […]

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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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Double Standards of Mass Murder

A Virginia college, a Colorado high school, a Texas military base, an Arizona strip mall, a Colorado movie theatre – all have become part of a recurring event in America: mass murder. Following the latest massacre Tom Mauser, the father of a 15-year-old victim at the Columbine High School slaughter in 1999, described the inescapable […]

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Mr. Win’s Solution for the Rohingyas of Burma is a recipe for Fascism

Last week, I came across Mr. Kanbawza Win’s article – “Killing two birds with a stone or a Win, Win Situation” (Eurasia Review, July 19, 2012) – discussing his thesis for solving the Rohingya crisis in western Burma. As a global citizen who has worked for decades to make our world a more inclusive one […]

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Sex, Lies and Julian Assange

Four Corners looks at claims that the United States is working hard to unearth evidence that would lead to a charge of “conspiracy to commit espionage” being made against Assange – which in turn would be used to facilitate his extradition from Sweden to the United States. The program also documents the harassment experienced by Assange’s […]

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Spingola Specials: Ken Freeland talks about the work of Roy Tov

[mp3-jplayer tracks="http://www.deliberation.info/wp-content/uploads/2012/07/KenFreelandonRoiTov1.mp3, http://www.deliberation.info/wp-content/uploads/2012/07/KenFreelandRoiTov2.mp3, http://www.deliberation.info/wp-content/uploads/2012/07/kenFreelandonRoiTov3.mp3, http://www.deliberation.info/wp-content/uploads/2012/07/KenFreelandonRoiTov4.mp3"] On Saturday, Deanna Spingola – Republic Broadcasting Network – published an interview with Ken Freeland, speaking for Roy Tov. Your are kindly invited to listen. My website is still www.roytov.com Next week, www.roitov.com will begin to operate as a mirror site.

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We All Are Bulgarians: Burgas Bombing

who are the victims of yet another false flag attack? On July 18, 2012, a suicide bomber attacked a bus transporting Israeli tourists at the Burgas Airport in Burgas, Bulgaria. The bus driver and five Israelis were killed; over thirty people were injured. Within hours, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu blamed Iran and Hezbollah, justifying […]

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A tug boat pulls a barge with giant Olympic rings that are 11 meters (36 feet) tall and 25 meters (82 feet) wide towards Tower Bridge, past World War II warship HMS Belfast, as they are unveiled on the River Thames in London, Tuesday, Feb. 28, 2012.  A giant set of Olympic rings was launched on to the River Thames today to mark 150 days until the start of the London Games. (AP Photo/Alastair Grant)

Moment of Silence at Olympics

President Barack Obama strongly supports holding a formal moment of silence at the opening ceremony of the Olympic Games in tribute to all the Palestinian victims killed by Israel from the beginning of Nakbah. “We absolutely support the campaign for a moment of silence at the Olympics to honor the Palestinians, men, women and chidren, […]

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67 Minutes of Shame: Homophobic Hate Crimes Go Unnoticed

“Africa your silence is loud! Speak out against patriarchy, homophobia and transphobia.” So reads one of the many sloganed T-shirts worn by LGBTI rights protestors at the “Say No to Hate Crimes” picket at the Library Gardens yesterday. Other’s read: “My Sexuality, My Choice”, “Phansi Holomisa!” and “Zuma – your silence is killing our brothers.” […]

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Russian Spring Cancelled – Nyet to NGOs

In a wonderfully chess-like move, the Russian Parliament skillfully moved to block attempts to de-stablize Russia by using NGOs to encourage dissent.  AlJaZeera reported today that a new law had been passed with only one vote against and one abstention. The law would limit the operation of NGOs in Russia. Specifically foreign-funded NGOs would have […]

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September 11, 2001: Zionist shock therapy and the birth of the lie

Article reposted from September 2011. New York City, New York. Shock is a curious thing. The human mind is at its most susceptible when the proverbial rug has been pulled from under its feet. When a momentous, shocking event occurs we are thrust into an uncomfortable, unfamiliar, frightening place. We look for explanations, try to […]

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Bush and Chavez benefit from Paraguayan Putsch

Venezuela admitted as full member of the MERCOSUR On June 29, 2012, Venezuela was accepted as full member of MERCOSUR, while Paraguay was formally suspended due to the June 22 putsch. MERCOSUR is an EU-styled agreement between Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay and Paraguay; Venezuela had signed a membership agreement in 2006, but was unable to join […]

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Egypt-Iran: an Alliance is Born

Opposing alliances create concentric rings around Eastern Mediterranean gas fields Egypt is back in the new version of the Great Game; in this century the race is not after the vast territories of Central Asia, but after the rich gas fields discovered in the Eastern Mediterranean. On Sunday, June 24, 2012, Mohamed Morsi was declared […]

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Views from Venezuela: From Left to Right

As another fascist Franco takes the stage in the world conflict of greed versus social justice I write this report from Venezuela as a member of diverse research delegation of seven women from the USA who are visiting Venezuela to listen to the Venezuelan people about their lives in the new Bolivarian Republic. We are […]

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USA and Israel Extortion Croatia

Demand from Croatia to admit WWII crimes before joining European Union For a second I was so puzzled that I opened timeanddate.com just to make sure that today was June 22, 2012. Yet, the interview I had just read in the Israeli newspaper Haaretz seemed taken from the 1950s. Yesterday, former Under Secretary of State […]

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Assange: Patsy or Fool?

Wikileaks’ founder seeks refuge in Ecuador On June 20, 2012, Ecuador’s President Rafael Correa acknowledged that his country is considering giving political asylum to Julian Assange, WikiLeaks’ founder, who got temporary refuge at Ecuador’s embassy in London. Mr. Correa said that he will consult the UK, Sweden, and the US before deciding on Mr. Assange’s […]

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Israel Plans Artificial Islands

Militaristic expansion towards the rich gas fields of the Eastern Mediterranean The USA is practically empty; during my trips there, even what Americans call cities looked to me like a vast emptiness, a long series of large and quite empty parking lots. America is so empty, that Americans consider China a densely populated country. That […]

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UN political affairs appointment ensures Zionist direction

UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has appointed Jeffrey D. Feltman of the United States as the top United Nations political issues official. Jeffrey D. Feltman was at the US Consulate General in Jerusalem, where he served first as Deputy (August 2001-November 2002) and then as Acting Principal Officer (November 2002 to December 2003). Feltman’s attitude to […]

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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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Netanyahu Found Guilty by State Comptroller

“…essential and significant flaws” Today, June 13, 2012, Israel State Comptroller Micha Lindenstrauss published his report on the Israeli government behavior in the events related to Gaza’s Freedom Flotilla of May 2010. The publication timing was not casual, Mr. Lindenstrauss delayed the report as much as he could since there was no way he could […]

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Coming home to roost

When a larger power rules a smaller nation, some form of violent resistance is to be expected Miko Peled Predator droneThe past two weeks has seen an increasing media interest in America’s use of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV’s), better known as drones. Medea Benjamin, writing in the Information Clearing House asks “Will Americans Speak Out […]

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Beware the Naked Women!

Originally published by Gillian Schutte on The South African Civil Society Information Service (sacsis.org.za) under Creative Commons Attribution 2.5 South Africa License. Picture credit: FEMEN protest in France courtesy of WikimediaIn April 2009 women stripped half naked and took to the streets of Ado-Ekiti (Nigeria) to protest the rerun governorship election. Protesting under the title […]

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The end of the world as we know it?

Good news peeps, there is and end, or at least a merging…. Andromeda galaxy mashup in 4 billion years time according to some dodgy looking boffins. It makes you wonder though… Where Do We Come From? What Are We? Where Are We Going? Utopia or Dystopia? Does anybody really care? Is Utopia doomed as the […]

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An Innocent Man: Abdelbaset Ali Mohammed Al-Megrahi (1952-2012)

December 21st 1988: PanAm flight 103 is blown up in mid air over the southern Scottish town of Lockerbie, all 259 passengers and crew on board are killed in the bombing, with debris from the blast claiming a further 11 lives on the ground. Framed for the terrorist attack, Libyan national, head of security for Libyan […]

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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’s hidden hand behind Pakistan’s disasters

Suspicions are aroused when the founder of the discredited group Quilliam Foundation, Majid Nawaz who has strong pro Israeli supporters, heads off to Pakistan to “…to counter the spread of extremist ideology within Pakistan, predominantly amongst younger generations of Pakistanis, who now constitute 63% of the total population”. ‘Khudi’ has been set up in Pakistan […]

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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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New Zealand Month – time for straight talking

New Zealand’s Foreign Affairs Minister Murray McCully’s meetings with Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu and the planned series of top-level visits, described by Israel’s Foreign Ministry as “New Zealand Month”, are an opportunity for this country to show the world where it stands in relation to human rights and international law. Recent questions posed by […]

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Kuala Lumpur War Crimes Tribunal Day 3

The American government has issued an arrest warrant for American citizen Yonas Fikre, 33, who is seeking asylum in Sweden. This comes, after the Ethiopia-born resident of Portland, Ore, publicly alleged illegal detention and torture while in the United Arab Emirates – carried out at the behest of the FBI. The FBI response is predictable; […]

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Israel Military Censor hits the USA

a multi-headed hydra reaches America’s East coast Unless one is standing in front of an attacking army, one has little chance of being hit by the military. Simply, in most situations military units have no jurisdiction over civilians. Military police can easily be spotted on Tel Aviv streets; yet they can’t speak to a civilian, […]

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Open Letter to New Zealand’s Foreign Affairs Minister Murray McCully

Open Letter to Murray McCully: Invitation to support international law regarding Israel’s trading practices 30 April 2012 Dear Mr McCully, The fifth-biggest UK food retailer and biggest Co-operative Group in Europe has ceased trading with suppliers that are linked to Israeli settlements. The Co-op’s decision will immediately hit four suppliers, Agrexco, Arava Export Growers, Adafresh […]

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What do Breivik & Netanyahu have in common?

Let’s start with a glance at what they do not have in common. The man now on trial for killing 77 people in bomb and gun attacks in Norway last July has admitted, even boasted about, what he did. Netanyahu denies Zionism’s crimes. The main thing they have in common stems from the fact that […]

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