Archive for September 27, 2004
Emperor Shah Jahan presents a book to Shaykh Husayn, descendant of Muiniddin Chishti and superintendent of the shrine at Ajmer (Indian, 17th century).
“The Bush administration has failed to realize the hopes and dreams of women and girls in much of post-Taliban Afghanistan according to several human and women’s rights groups who warned Wednesday that the time to redress the situation is fast running out.” I am confused. Is Bush not a feminist?
Is CIA at war with Bush?
Her house was destroyed by Israeli forces in Khan Yunis.
Palestinian victims of Israeli Killings and injuries According to PCHRÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s documentation, Israeli occupying forces and settlers have killed 2233 Palestinians Civilians in the Occupied Palestinian Territories. 1285 (57%) were killed in the West Bank (including 40 in occupied East Jerusalem). 948(43%) were killed in the Gaza strip. 493 (20%) were children under age 17. 355(14%) [...]
Israeli Occupying Troops attack Khan Yunis and destroy 54 houses, kill one Palestinian Civilian and Injure 5 Others.
Grisly Path to Power In Iraq’s Insurgency Zarqawi Emerges as Al Qaeda Rival, Ally.
Blood of the Homeless Darkens the Streets of Brazil’s Largest City.
Afghans Are Fed Up With Security Firm.
“Despite continuing violence and instability, President Bush has stuck doggedly to his central message on Iraq: There is no need to change course because the administration’s plan for planting democracy in the Middle East is working. Yet behind the unwavering public posture, there is evidence that the Bush administration has altered its approach. It has [...]
Palestinians facing Zionism.
Was Afghanistan not “liberated” by Bush? Warlords ‘call shots in Afghan election’.
‘The Israelis got the wrong man – he was just the bodyguard’.
Rage finds an outlet in Sudan’s rebel camps.
“It is reasonable to believe that there is certain cooperation between Israel and some Arab intelligence bodies, above all Jordan, which is not a secret, Egypt to a very limited degree, Morocco and Tunisia to a small extent, and the United Arab Emirates,” Melman says.”
Next, War on Syria?
Knee-Deep by Slavoj Zizek. (thanks Karl).