And yet, we’re still being told that the NSA doesn’t spy on Americans? Yeah, right.
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The Eye in your Toilet. Mossad went global! The new target market included the Arab countries, North America and the European Union. The new marketing strategy is based on moving to upscale private corporate toilets and government bathrooms.
“Toilets are frequently used as discreet meeting places”. She argued persuasively that, “Behind the closed doors, strategic decisions are discussed which we record with our high-quality monitoring while removing any irrelevant, unseemly noises, such as flatulence”. “She means farting”, Bibby ejaculated. ‘Look. We provide the intimate data”, Bibby argued to potential clients,“ Call it blackmail, if you like. But it can increase your competitive advantage in any contract negotiation”.
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I’ve lived in the West Bank for a few years and visited several times, and every time I go back, with every airport interrogation or checkpoint I get stopped at, I feel only a sliver of the degradation of what the Palestinians permanently living there have to go through. It was also important for us to show that there are ways to non-violently resist that occupation. Plus, I like to sing and dance!
By Tim Coles* | Sabbah Report | www.sabbah.biz In 1997 the US Space Command declared war on the world by committing America to “full spectrum dominance” by 2020, “to close the ever-widening gap between diminishing resources and increasing military commitments”. This do1ctrine was approved and expanded by the Joint Chiefs of Staff in 2000. For… Read More »
Peace Now releases ‘Facts on the Ground‘ application in which the settlements are marked in blue, the outposts in red, and clicking on a place name displays demographic statistics. Want to know what’s happening in the West Bank settlements in real time? In addition to ‘Sudoku’ and ‘Street Fighter,’ iPhone owners will now be able… Read More »
By Steve Amsel This morning when I logged in I noticed a few visits from a site that I never heard of….. I clicked on it and found that I was a member of it, as are the others that were responsible for THIS post a few weeks ago…. I AM NOT A MEMBER OF… Read More »
Yesterday Aljazeera Arabic TV showed the leaflet which Gazans awoke to find scattered everywhere by the terrorist Israeli air force. After a long search for a copy of the leaflet, I finally found it on Ma’an News (a Palestinian news agency). The leaflet gave me an idea for action that might help our people in… Read More »
One of the reasons I closed comments on this blog was the huge amount of Spam I had to deal with everyday. Since then, the Spam reduced dramatically. Now I don’t have to deal with Spam comments, but Trackback and Pingback Spam only. Of course I can close Trackback/Pingback too, but so far they come… Read More »
Israel launches Arabic YouTube channel to bypass Arab media The Foreign Ministry has launched a YouTube channel in Arabic which is meant to bypass Arab media and give Israel’s version of current events directly to Arab viewers, Haaretz has learned. The ministry’s Arab media department chief Ofir Gendelman told Haaretz on Wednesday that they seek… Read More »
It was a happy moment when I heard the news that UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) launched in coordination with Google Earth, a new layer that focus on refugee camps around the world. This should be a great tool to follow the crisis of Palestinian refugees under occupation and expose it to the world… Read More »
The latest crime “in the name of social customs and religious rules.” A young Saudi Arabian woman was murdered by her father for chatting on the social network site Facebook, it has emerged. The unnamed woman from Riyadh was beaten and shot after she was discovered in the middle of an online conversation with a… Read More »
“Human beings are often poor reporters of their own actions,” Microsoft says. The company is not happy with evaluating human response while they interact with computers since questioning them at the time is distracting and asking questions later may not produce reliable answers, so, they wants to read the data straight from your brain as… Read More »
In the last two months I received countless spam emails, ads and invitations to join iPhone groups such as those at Facebook, all of which entice me to buy the new Apple mobile called, iPhone. Until couple of weeks ago I didn’t even think of it, when a friend of mine showed me his new… Read More »
By Gregory Levey The Israeli government is deploying new tactics to deepen ties with American youth and evangelicals. For the moment at least, the state of Israel has 553 friends. One of them is Leonardo DiCaprio. The 20-something Israeli official who is showing me Israel’s new MySpace page, however, says she isn’t sure if the… Read More »
Web-savvy criminals have turned Israel into the world’s highest ranking source of malicious Internet activity per user, security experts have told The Jerusalem Post. From July through December 2006, 9 percent of all such activity could be traced back to Israel. Taiwan came next with 8%, while Poland and the US tied at 6%, according… Read More »
I feel sick to my stomach when I see a multi-billion giant like Microsoft using â€œchildren refugeesâ€ as a cover up to market their latest web 2.0 businesses called live.com! While doing my search for my previous story, I came across a press release by UNHCR which said: â€œMicrosoft launches â€œClick for Causeâ€ initiative to… Read More »
This article is in response to the question posted by a new site just launched today – Love to Lead – where: Each week for the next 16 weeks L2L will pose a question designed to stimulate debate between bloggers. Visitors will be able to vote for their favourite article and the blogger whose post… Read More »
It was July 2005 when first published some information about the deployment of a new weapon in Iraq called “Active Denial System weapon.” The weapon was deployed in Iraq for testing free-fresh-flesh-samples (to make “Fried Chicken”). This weapon fires a 95GHz microwave beam at “rioters” to cause heating and intolerable pain in less than five… Read More »
I just ran by Quantcast, which is still on beta but providing some interesting stats that some bloggers might like to check. If your blog is lucky to be profiled, you can see some fine statistical analysis that estimates some figures about your visitors, like, their age, gender, ethnicity, even education and income. The statistics… Read More »
Netscape, the brand that kick-started the dot-com boom only to lose the browser war to Microsoft, launched its latest reincarnation today with a portal focused on community-driven news. Itï¿½s not exactly a Digg clone. Submitted stories are voted on in much the same way, and the more votes a story gets the higher it appears… Read More »
One of the world’s most visited webpage, Yahoo.com, has just had a major re-design (can be found at http://yahoo.com/preview). The Yahoo! re-design is officially flagged as a “preview” (a.k.a. beta) and it isn’t yet the default yahoo.com homepage. There is no firm date for the go-live of the new Web 2.0 design. Here is how… Read More »
Just when you think the StarTrek-influence has gone on long enough you get this. While only in prototype form and years away from fielding, US Air Force unveiled hand-held laser gun weapon, known as the Personnel Halting and Stimulation Response (PHaSR) system. The PHaSR is about the same size and weight of a fully loaded… Read More »
Flickr is blocked again in UAE? I just heard that from SC. This is also confirmed here and here. What the heck is all this about? Since I lived in UAE for few years, I know that Etisalat have this sort of stupid unexplained actions. But anyway, may this slow down the UAE spam on… Read More »
Just got this from official Google blog; they announced Google Base. They say it is an extension of their existing content collection efforts like web crawl, Google Sitemaps, Google Print and Google Video. On the other hand, I also came across Google Analytics, which actually monitors your site visitors and promises you to watch how… Read More »