Archive for July 12, 2004
Huntington’s logic isn’t Europe’s
The power of youth in Iran.
THIS IS ZIONISM: An aged paraplegic Palestinian has been crushed to death when Israeli occupation troops demolished his home in the southern Gaza Strip.
This is what passes as American journalism. You are supposed to read this and feel sorry for Kanan Makiya for not getting his 1 $ million. And Makikya now conveniently tries to distance himself from Chalabi. Chalabi brought Makiya to his INC group, and they were very close, and traveled to Iran together last year. [...]
“Laura and I value our friendship with you.”
Fury over Pentagon cell that briefed White House on Iraq’s ‘imaginary’ al-Qaeda links
The real Baghdad, and the Green Zone
In foreign-policy battles, are neocons losing their hold?
Leaked Salary List Shows Bush’s Highest-Paid Staff Is Mostly Male
A senior Iraqi official linked to the prominent former exile Ahmad Chalabi has been convicted of abuse of power in the first big crackdown on corruption since the war.
The US administration is negotiating with Poland and the Czech Republic over its controversial missile defence programme, with a view to positioning the biggest missile defence site outside the US in central Europe.
How Chalabi Played the Press (Why don’t they say: How the Press Allowed itself to be manipulated by the US government?)
Neo-conservatism and the American future (authors totally underestimate the Israel factor in neo-conservative thought).
There are people who learn, and then there is George W. Bush.
The poem Wait for Me by Palestinian poet Samih Al-Qasim (my translation): My neck is on the edge of the knife, Oh, my homeland, and yet I tell you: Wait for me! And my hands are tied behind my back, Oh, my homeland And yet I sing for you, oh, my wound..I sing Ã¢â‚¬Å“I have [...]