Archive for February 6, 2004
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The Lie Factory (thanks Kathy).
My article in As-Safir on the Democratic Party.
The Deadly Lies of Reliable Sources (thanks Norman)
Madness in Texas
The intelligence official whose revelations stunned the Hutton inquiry has suggested that not a single defence intelligence expert backed Tony Blair’s most contentious claims on Iraqi weapons of mass destruction.
Cheney’s Staff Focus of Probe
US wants this American TV to replace AlJazeera. In their dreams.
You have to admit: there is vibrant Iraqi politics in…Washington, DC.
Once forbidden, graffiti flowers in Baghdad. (Traces of my handwriting can still be seen in some of Beirut’s streets. That was my extracurricular activity in Highschool)
The U.S. plan to hand over power in Iraq is increasingly likely to undergo major changes rather than merely “refinements,” because of increasing skepticism about the June 30 deadline for creating a provisional government and erosion of support for the proposal to use caucuses to select it, according to senior U.S. and U.N. officials.
Iraq’s insurgents are more nihilist than nationalist. Tariq Ali has been too uncritical of Iraqi resistance methods.
American and UK friendship with the Libyan dictator is proceeding at a fast rate.