Abbas Versus Dahlan – Collaborator Versus Agent


It is a little appealing to let PA leader Mahmoud Abbas and former Fatah strong man in Gaza Muhammed Dahlan batter each other in public as they have been doing recently. By Khaled Amayreh - Sabbah Report § In the final analysis, both don't belong to the realm of saints, to put it extremely mildly. … [Read more...]

Stephen Lendman: Islamofascist Rule in Egypt


The people want to bring down the regime. Washington engineered Mubarak's ouster. He fell from grace. He became more liability than asset. For years, State Department and Pentagon officials wanted him out. He opposed Bush's 2003 Iraq war and other US policies. He had to go. Washington engineered … [Read more...]

Elias Akleh: Israeli Election; Fake Democracy

Yosef: Gentiles exist only to serve Jews

They all follow the same policies seeking the Zionist Dream of building greater Israel. A lot had been written about last week's Israeli election. Unfortunately, most of these writings lack real substance and discuss only results, political parties, personality profiles, anticipated future coalition … [Read more...]

Jonathan Cook: Murdoch, Petraeus and the US media matrix


The Murdoch story is one of the most important and far-reaching political/cultural stories of the past 30 years, an ongoing tale without equal. Carl Bernstein, of All the President’s Men fame, has a revealing commentary in the Guardian today, though revealing not entirely in a way he appears to understand. … [Read more...]

Palestinians revolt against PA

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As the economic crisis in the Occupied Territories deepens, Palestinians are looking to their leadership for someone to blame. The Palestinian Authority (PA) is facing the severest political and economic crisis since its establishment following the Oslo Accords in 1993 as tens of thousands of … [Read more...]

It’s the Occupation, Stupid

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Haaretz contributor Amira Hass is right saying so. Current headlines highlight thousands of West Bank protesters. Palestinians took to the streets against unaffordable rising prices. In some areas, things got violent. Demonstrators smashed windows, tried to storm a municipality building, and clashed with … [Read more...]

Zeitgeist: Addendum


Recommended by one of my blog readers, if you have couple of free hours today, it is a must see video. Otherwise bookmark it for you weekend. Learn how money is made. Find out if the world is heading to economical disaster. This video will try to answer so many questions, many of us asked themselves … [Read more...]

Internet Enemies and Corruption Index 2006

Yesterday, Transparency International published the annual report, where it showed that most Arab states are among worst ranked (UAE - 31, Qatar - 32, Bahrain - 36, Oman - 39, Jordan - 40, Kuwait - 46, Tunisia - 51, Lebanon - 63, Saudi - 70, Egypt - 70, Morocco - 79, Algeria - 84, Mauritania - 84, Syria - 93, … [Read more...]