Israel Drills Invasion of Syria

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The Israeli army is not only preparing against Hezbollah, the Jihad and Syrian army, but occupation of Syria By Roi Tov - Sabbah Report § For the second time in a few days, I found myself equally immersed in two stories. Again, I concluded that Israel and Russia were cooperating in splitting … [Read more...]

Israel Hypes Nonexistent Iranian Threat

He's way over-the-top. He's his own worst enemy. His bullying/bluster offends. He repeats one Big Lie after another. It's habitual.

He's way over-the-top. He's his own worst enemy. His bullying/bluster offends. He repeats one Big Lie after another. It's habitual. By Stephen Lendman - Sabbah Report § On Thursday, Israeli Lt. Col. Peter Lerner lied. He claimed Israeli naval forces intercepted an Iranian arms vessel. It was … [Read more...]

Lessons from Yarmouk

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Every decade, another episode of dispossession and loss plays out for Palestinian refugees in troubled host countries. By Yousef Munayyer - Sabbah Report § In Yarmouk refugee camp, the largest concentration of Palestinians in Syria among the nine refugee camps there, the Palestinian population is … [Read more...]

Sy Hersh’s Chemical Misfire

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What the legendary reporter gets wrong about Syria's sarin attacks. BY ELIOT HIGGINS Seymour Hersh, the Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, published an article over the weekend that calls into question who really launched the chemical weapons attack that brought the United States to the brink of war … [Read more...]

Back To School: Palestine Refugee Children

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Amidst the protracted crisis in Syria, it's easy to get lost in the death toll and the shifting factions. Today we hope to expand the focus to those displaced by the conflict, especially the children. Among the continuing flurry of global media coverage on the crisis in Syria, the situation of the … [Read more...]

Washington Is Addicted To Lies

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Washington Is Addicted To Lies Debunking the "U.S. Government Assessment of the Syrian Government's Use of Chemical Weapons on August 21, 2013" The document entitled “U.S. Government Assessment of the Syrian Government’s Use of Chemical Weapons on August 21, 2013”, released in tandem with public … [Read more...]

Back Door To War

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President Obama, in a speech on Aug. 31st, 2013, stated he will follow the Constitution and wait for Congressional approval before launching an attack on Syria. And he has dutifully sent this request to Congress. However, since Congress does not return from recess until September 9th, I am doubtful the … [Read more...]

Jamal Kanj: Megalomaniac vs monomaniacs in Syria

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Syrian President Bashar Assad has a penchant for blaming outside conspirators for the troubles in Syria. While plausible, he is mistaken in linking public demands for political reform with presumed plots against his country. His pompous speech three weeks ago on a political resolution for the carnage in … [Read more...]

Israel Shells Syria and Gaza

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A previous article said beware of false flags. For months throughout the Syrian conflict, possible full-scale Western intervention loomed. It still does. Post-US elections, it's more likely, not certain, but reports suggest expect it. Several stray mortar shells from Syria struck occupied Golan. No … [Read more...]

Lockerbie Libya Syria; Who To Frame Next

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New evidence in the Pan Am 103 bombing over Lockerbie is clearing the name of Abdelbaset Al Megrahi, who was convicted and sentenced during the Camp Zeist Trial. As many intelligence experts have suggested for years, the evidence is leading towards persons in Germany, with ties to the Palestinian Front For … [Read more...]

Syria Shuts Down the Internet As Revolt Gains Steam

Internet intelligence firm Renesys reported on its blog that starting at 3:35 UTC yesterday, approximately two-thirds of all Syrian networks became unreachable from the global Internet. Over the course of roughly half an hour, the routes to 40 of 59 networks were withdrawn from the global routing … [Read more...]

Arab in Worldwide Press Freedom Index 2007

It's time of the year for Worldwide Press Freedom Index 2007. With all my reservations regarding Reporters Without Borders neutrality (having doubt after knowing that France is their financial supporter, although they are an NGO!), yet, their report was always a good indicator, if not the closest to reality - … [Read more...]

Miss Bahrain, Miss Arab World 2007 and Stereotypes

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I admit I have missed the news when it was announced end of last July, but better late than never. Honored to be Bahraini by soul for living in Bahrain for the last four years, I am very happy to know that Wafaa Ganahi, a 23-year-old teacher from the Law Faculty of Bahrain University, won the title, while … [Read more...]

Israel’s First Madam In Lebanon

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What motivates me to write about Shulamit Cohen is my encounter with her corrupt son David Kishik, whom I met years ago in the course of my journalistic work, and who turned the Israeli Military-Civil Administration Headquarter in the West Bank into a central for furthering his lucrative business transactions … [Read more...]

FAQ on the 1967 war

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This June marks the fortieth anniversary of the Israeli occupation of the West Bank, Gaza and East Jerusalem. Four decades of control maintained by force of arms have enabled Israel to impose its will on the occupied territories and to remake them in its own image. Here is FAQ on the 1967 war: 1. How … [Read more...]

40th anniversary: Say NO to Israel’s occupation

June 2007 marks the 40-year anniversary of Israel's occupation of East Jerusalem, the West Bank, Gaza Strip and the Syrian Golan Heights. The ICNP (International Coordination Network on Palestine) has launched during last year's annual UN civil society conference on the inalienable rights of the … [Read more...]

Worldwide Press Freedom Index 2006

In the fifth annual Reporters Without Borders Worldwide Press Freedom Index, in between 168 indexed countries, our beloved Arab countries makes sure to be among the worst. Here is the list in order from "best" to "worst": Kuwait - 73 United Arab Emirates - 77 Mauritania - 77 Qatar - 80 Morocco - … [Read more...]

Did you know?

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Did you know that there are few journalists in Washington who can throw the White House off its stride? Bob Woodward is one of them. Woodward’s new book, "State of Denial," paints a damning picture of White House policy in the aftermath of the Iraq invasion. The White House is now in full damage-control mode … [Read more...]

Nuclear war starting in 10 days?

11.08.2006 Source: URL: http://english.pravda.ru/hotspots/conflicts/83898-Nuclear_War-0 Such was the conclusion reached in the U.S. Russian generals and political scientists disagree only about its exact starting date. Our world is on the brink of another world war. It will originate August 22nd in the … [Read more...]

Another wall for security!

Saudis plan to fence off border with chaos Via: Times online Just what Iraq's need. Saudis Arabia plan to fence off Iraq. They have invited bids for the construction of a security fence (isn't that the same name used for what is called the Israeli Apartheid Wall?) along the entire length of its 900km … [Read more...]

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