Wednesday, May 22, 2013
dropping gas into the courtyard... Wiki: The New York State Special Commission on Attica wrote, "With the exception of Indian massacres in the late 19th century, the State Police assault which ended the four-day prison uprising was the bloodiest one-day encounter between Americans since the Civil War." ii) In 1985, Philly police ended a siege on MOVE by bombing them with plastic explosives dropped from a helicopter, burning 11 people to death, including five children, along with the entire city block (65 homes). There are probably others that are just as instructive, too, eh?"
The Syrian-Qatari Observatory for Human Rights must have stumbed on Nicholas Blanford's secret Hizbullah's sources
PS These are the most read articles in this sleazy House of Saud website: "Amina Tyler, Tunisia’s ‘topless jihad’ activist, caught and under arrest".
The US is outraged: why would a Russian polling organization be required to register as a foreign agent?
Tuesday, May 21, 2013
PS Here is the deal I have with the propaganda hoodlums of the Syrian regime: if you liberate the Golan heights from Israeli occupation--and I shall give you another forty years to complete the job--I will apologize to you. Deal?
This is the democratic and secular gang that the US is supporting: Fee Syrian Army threatens that Shi'ites and Alawites to be "wiped off the map"
Monday, May 20, 2013
Details are in Sayyid `Ali As-Sayyid Baqir Al-`Awwami, the Saudi National Movement 1953-1970 (Arabic), volume 2, p. 222.
regime forces claims claim to have retaken it from rebels. But most of the media , sympathising with rebels, seems to conveniently happened to minorities under rebel control."
PS Of course, there is such a phenomenon in the US. I knew a Lebanese student in Berkeley who made his living from taking exams on behalf of wealthy Saudi students. Sometimes he would grow a beard or a mustache in order to look like the person in the school ID.
An Egyptian comrade who knew him well sent me this about him: "He's a former communist member of the underground Hizb el-Shaab el-Ishtraki, which was led by Ahmad Nabil el-Hilaly and Youssef Darwish in the 1990s. They presented the "cleanest" politics Stalinism could provide. They were more respectable than the CP when it came to working class issues and political stands towards the regime. He drifted into the NGO politics like many former communists, and established a legal aid NGO (which receives international funding like the other NGOs), but he took up good causes in general. He was among the lawyers who defended the "Mahalla 49", the detainees who were rounded up, tortured and tried for their alleged role in the 6 April 2008 Uprising... "
PS I am sure that Nicholas Blanford will this week stumbles on a Hizbullah commander, Abu Potato, who will exclusively tell him that all party fighters and commanders now hate Nasrallah for the intervention in Syria.
The New York Times reports on an Israeli special investigaton: we are all wrong. Muhammad Durrah is still alive
Sunday, May 19, 2013
" Last week, the Afghan Women’s Network, along with a number of Kabul-based civil society organizations, began sending out alarmed e-mails to embassies and international organizations, as well as reporters, to rally opposition to the effort to revise the law."
" some argued that quick action had to be taken before the exit of the United States, which, along with the European Union, has championed better lives and protections for Afghan women." So those "some" believe that only a foreign occupation can protect women.
While Nahas proclaims he was innocent, he told the magazine that prostitutes in Cannes can make “up to $40,000 a night. Arabs are the most generous people in the world… At Cannes, they carry money around in wads of 10,000 euros. They don’t even like to count it.” (thanks Michele)
PS Last time I posted about this guy, he wrote to me protesting his innocence.
"I had a long and very fruitful conversation with Prof. X that might be of interest to you regarding Zionist outreach efforts in China. (You can quote but please delete... they can really hurt him.)
Can you imagine the Times allowing one of its rerporters to use this language in reference to crimes by Israel? " The activists’ accounts could not be independently confirmed, but videos posted on YouTube and Facebook groups controlled by rebels showed..."
PS Now, it would not matter of Saban were to buy Aljazeera. It is damaged good and lost its luster and role.