Hezbollah is the New Government of Lebanon. Now What?

By Franklin Lamb * | Sabbah Report | www.sabbah.biz This observer tends to get a haircut about every four months whether I need it or not. But this morning I got more than a trim from my Hezbollah friend and barber, Abass, named after Abass ibn Ali, the brother of Hussein, both martyrs and heroes of the … [Read more...]

In defense of Sheikh Yousuf al-Qaradawi

Qaradawi

Earlier this month, a semi-official Iranian news agency lashed out at Dr. Yousuf al Qaradawi, widely considered one of the most eminent living Muslim religious scholars. The agency, called Muhr, castigated the great Alim, or religious scholar, for an interview he had given to an Egyptian newspaper in … [Read more...]

Sectarian war in Iraq?

Sectarian? God forbid… Shia and Sunni love each other! We only have ‘few’ stupid people like these in the video clip below (aka Iraq New Army!!). Some call themselves Shia (Iraq army) and the other call themselves Sunni (occupation resistance -also western media calls them ‘insurgent’). Both kill … [Read more...]

What money can buy?

A new poll commissioned by the Council for the National Interest Foundation shows that a significant number of Americans are wary of the power of the Israel lobby, and believe it is behind the invasion of Iraq and the current belligerent tone of the White House and Congress toward Iran. The poll, which was … [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...]

Shiite mosque attacked in Kuwait

Two Kuwaiti Shia Muslim lawmakers have called on the interior minister and security officials to protect a Shia mosque that came under attack by a mob of teenagers. The attack took place on the night of October 7 in Jahra, 40 kilometers (25 miles) west of Kuwait City, when at least 50 people, mostly … [Read more...]