Archive for September 28, 2004
An Old Woman and Two Sages in a Garden (Bukhara, 1520).
Interceptor System Set, But Doubts Remain: Network Hasn’t Undergone Realistic Testing.
CIA Pessimistic About Iraq: Situation Worse Than Portrayed, Analysts Say.
Two U.S. soldiers have been charged with murder in the death of an Iraqi civilian.
The myth of the foreign fighters in Iraq: Insurgents Are Mostly Iraqis, U.S. Military Says.
This is the progress that Bush is making in Iraq: “U.S. troops have tried to win over residents in Ramadi, but a surge in abductions and killings is threatening to create another Fallouja.”
Another day in the life of Palestinians.
Official says US policy to blame for war threat.
An Iraqi woman carrying her injured child in Sadr City after a round of US bombing.
A bridge too far?
Afghan election will be held in fear, says report. US elections will be held in fear, says Angry Arab.
This is Zionism. Settler put under house arrest over killing Palestinian. (The Israeli state will also provide him with free daily pizzas as a reward for his crime).
Women protesters held in Zimbabwe.
Tribunals are ‘US insult to Britain’.
Forgotten Bangladesh suffers the rains in silence: A million children face acute illness or death within weeks.
FBI swamped by terror tapes: Struggling bureau has more than 120,000 hours of wire-tapped conversations awaiting analysis.
Bush ignored warnings on Iraq insurgency threat before invasion.
For those who care, I can be heard live tomorrow at 7:00AM (Pacific Time) on KPFA’s Morning Show. (There will come a time when no media in the world will have me on except KPFA. Mark my words).
Lebanese government is now being blamed for the death of a prisoner in its custody. I would not be surprised if the Lebanese and Syrian governments (both of which have committed torture in the past and the present–the Syrian Ba`thist record is notorious in this respect) tortured the prisoner to death. It will not be [...]