Archive for March, 2004
Many Women See Social Insecurity in Tax Cuts
Full text: the notes of a Pentagon’s official found at Starbucks and published by this Center.
Mother Theresa’s poem? A sample stanza:”People are often unreasonable, illogical and self-centered;Forgive them anyway.” (thanks Chris U.). But we need verification of the authenticity of the poem. Help out there?
The Israeli government, which has an objective view of Middle East events and media coverage, asserts that BBC reporter is anti-Semitic.
What happened in Iraq today underlines the reality. The US media have been too busy counting the kilowatts of electricity restored to the country, and been busy reminding Americans what a great job the troops have done. To put it bluntly: the US has lost Iraq, and the US does not deserve to own Iraq. […]
An article in East Bay Express about this site.
If you cannot find the weapons, look for the intentions. Still unable to find banned Iraqi weapons, the new U.S. weapons inspector said Tuesday his strategy is to expose Saddam Hussein’s intentions regarding weapons of mass destruction.
Iraq under Saddam Hussein did not pose a threat to the United States, but it did to Israel, which is one reason why Washington invaded the Arab country, according to a speech made by a member of a top-level White House intelligence group. (For the record, while I post this item, I do not believe […]
I know that you are all busy, but has any of you seen Iraqi WMDs? US is still looking.
In America’s tough world of eating contests, one woman is devouring the competition.
Marking the Land Day.
Who counts the civilian casualties? Angry Arab does.
Karzai’s cronies want more cash.
Bill Clinton’s administration knew Rwanda was being engulfed by genocide in April 1994 but buried the information to justify its inaction, according to classified documents made available for the first time.
The Empire aims high: US to deploy weapons in space.
I taped today a special on Middle East media and US propaganda efforts. It will air on the Mosaic Program on Link TV, which airs on Dish Network and Direct TV (check your listing). The show will air on April 7th, and can be viewed on the web.
I have noticed this in recent years. Americans who disagree with me, send me email messages asking me to leave the US. Arabs who disagree with me, love to leave me very obscene and vulgar messages on my work phone. Swiss people have never bothered me for some reason.
As you know. US Middle East propaganda media, such as Radio Sawa and Hurra TV, are not allowed to broadcast to American audiences here in the US. So I have not yet had a chance to watch Al-Hurra programming. But an international news station, which is interviewing me for a program dealing with Middle East […]
US newspaper ban plays into cleric’s hands (thanks Nir)
Children Alone and Scared, Fighting Deportation