Archive for April 1, 2004
Ahmad Chalabi poised to lead Iraq. You can go to sleep now.
2 firms linked to Al Qaeda, Saudi intelligence agency
In the year since U.S.-led forces invaded Iraq, hundreds of American soldiers have broken the law and gone AWOL Ã¢â‚¬â€œ absent without leave.
Israeli Forces Battle Palestinian Gunmen at West Bank Psychiatric Hospital
The four men brutally slain Wednesday in Fallujah were among the most elite commandos working in Iraq to guard employees of U.S. corporations and were hired by the U.S. government to protect bureaucrats, soldiers and intelligence officers.
Austria’s Defense Ministry distanced itself from an article on its website describing Muslims as generally violent and united in seeking the overthrow of Western society.
Atrocity in Fallujah may prove turning point for US
The European Parliament on Thursday compared injuries to Palestinians by Israeli military action to “acts of terror,” and called for a suspension of the Israel-EU Association Agreement, should Israel persist with its policy of assassinations.
‘Thousands raped’ in Congo
Brutal killing of Americans in Iraq raises questions over security firms
Scared half to death, the security forces lock themselves behind the barricades
Americans never miss an opportunity to feign innocence, especially when it comes to American presence (and occupations) around the world. And some are ignorant enough of world affairs that they genuinely feel that the US government is innocent and noble in its global interventions. Yes, the pictures in Iraq yesterday were horrific and gruesome, but [...]
As Bush brandishes his credentials as “the president who can fight terrorism,” Terror Fears Rising around the world.
“Military Sex Assault Likened to ‘Friendly Fire’ ” (What? There is nothing “friendly” about assault).
I am not making this up: Progress Is Ongoing in Iraq, White House Says
Top Focus Before 9/11 Wasn’t on Terrorism
Full text: the ruling of the International Court of Justice against the US in the case of Mexico v. United States of America