Archive for September 6, 2004
Suez Canal by Albert Rieger (1864). I really like this painting. (thanks Julie for finding the link).
Part II of Sojourn of Poverty and Revolution by `Abdul-Wahab Al-Bayyati (my translation): -2- I called by the traveling ships by the migrant swans by a night, rainy despite the stars by autumn leaves, by eyes by what was, and will be by fire, and bushes by the deserted street by drops of water, by [...]
The Meeting of the Khagan of China with Alexander (Persian, 16th century)
Rust & Rage in the Heartland.
US claim that Bin Laden is nearly captured is politicking.
FBI inquiries may spotlight policy-making in disarray: Spy investigation outcome could affect U.S.-Israel ties. (Don’t bet on it).
Iraq’s interim prime minister called longtime CIA source.
Concern Voiced About Guantanamo Trials.
A Jewish citizen befriended a wanted Palestinian militant. Now she’s behind bars.
Russians Took Chechen Hostages During School Crisis.
Israel to release 150 Palestinians to ease prison overcrowding: “Since the beginning of this year alone, more than 2,500 Palestinians have been arrested in the West Bank.”
Bush links to Saudi royals resurface in new book.
This is what Zionism is all about: Peace activist held as ‘danger to Israel’.
They escaped the Janjaweed. Now Darfur’s returning villagers face real fight to survive.
Rumours fuel anger and threats of revenge.
I would very much like to post the beautiful painting Suez Canal by Albert Rieger (1864). If anybody can find it, please send to me to share with readers here.
“…a leading Pentagon hawk recently hinted that the doctrine of pre-emptive war could soon apply to potential new targets. During a private Aug. 19 conference call with Capitol Hill aides from both parties, sources say, senior Pentagon policy official William Luti said there are at least five or six foreign countries with traits that “no [...]
The Cruel Legacy of Taft-Hartley: A Labor Day Call for Rights for Working People.
Israeli Satellite Crashes Into Sea.
” “I know that this is part of a campaign against us,” said Michael Maloof, a former Pentagon analyst who worked in a special-intelligence unit created by Mr. Feith after Sept. 11. Mr. Maloof lost his security clearances because of an investigation that he believed was unfair.” (This fanatic Lebanese American is now in charge [...]