Archive for October 22, 2004
Bahram Gur Tramples a Bearded Figure Under the Hooves of His Horse, Page from a Manuscript of the Shahnama (Book of Kings) of Firdawsi (1525-1575). Turkey (?)
US Journalists: as they really are. Ted Koppel talks to Hengry Kissinger.
The Second Invasion: Al Hurra TV.
Now he is speaking: Former CIA Director Says War on Iraq ‘Wrong’.
“Insurgents funded by Saudis, U.S. says.”
Scowcroft calls Iraq a failing venture.
“Brazil’s new Resende nuclear plant has the potential to produce enough enriched uranium for six nuclear bombs every year, U.S. researchers said Friday. Brazil denied the claim.”
Jon Stewart’s Fake Journalism Enjoys Real Political Impact.
Documents Provide More Details on Prisoner Abuse Allegations.
“The very idea that the Arab countries would agree to function as Israel’s storm troopers for the occupation is a mad notion, bordering on chutzpah.”
(In)justice in the age of Bush: “Three members of the military panel established to hear the cases of Guantanamo Bay prisoners have been removed because of concerns about their lack of impartiality. But the officer acting as the senior “judge”, who has close links to the Pentagon official overseeing the hearings, has been allowed to [...]
Child soldiers, sex slaves, and cannibalism at gunpoint: the horrors of Uganda’s north.
My friend Hala just returned from Iraq. These are her reflections. (thanks Hala).
Thus spoke a war criminal/idiot.
AIPAC Annual Summit.
Despite globalisation, nation states show no sign of going into decline.
Braving Springfield’s anti-gay backlash.
Zionist hoodlums and Columbia University: I am most distressed over the nasty campaign by Zionist hoodlums directed at my dear friend Joseph Massad of Columbia University. Joseph is a man of great integrity, honesty, and scholarship. He is free of any prejudice. Now, a demagogic member of Congress (who doubles as a Zionist fanatic and [...]