Archive for November, 2004
Path in the Ile Saint-Martin,Vetheuil. Monet.
“The Insurgency Strikes Back:There Are No Safe Havens in Iraq.”
U.S. Generals in Iraq Were Told of Abuse Early, Inquiry Finds.
“After Fallujah, Son Is Gone but Fervor Remains: Father Who Left Reluctantly Waits to Fight Another Day.”
Pentagon Wages Information Warfare. US media rejoice.
Palestinian violinist slams claim troops didn’t force him to play.
The first installment of the bribe arrives. Abu Mazin celebrates.
The Jordanian royal propagandist, Asma Khadir, said yesterday that any analysis or even speculation about the dismissal of the Crown Prince constitutes “interference in internal household matters.” What? Well, that house happens to impose its will on the country, and rule over it by force. In other news, the son of King `Abdullah (who is [...]
From an organization that was created to preserve peace, to an organziation that will now promote war: “UN to back pre-emptive strikes in first major overhaul.”
Clouds of Injustice: Bhopal disaster 20 Years on.
Her house was destroyed by Israeli forces.
There is torture and now the weak IRC introduces a new term: ‘Near-torture’.
Sistani: His country is burning, and Grand Ayatollah Chess Banner is busy playing sectarian politics. Silent about Saddam; silent about US occupation.
The Book Burners of the Islamic University of AlAzhar (and their enforcers). (thanks Mark).
Facing Israeli soldiers.
“The International Committee of the Red Cross has charged in confidential reports to the United States government that the American military has intentionally used psychological and sometimes physical coercion “tantamount to torture” on prisoners at GuantÃƒÂ¡namo Bay, Cuba. The finding that the handling of prisoners detained and interrogated at GuantÃƒÂ¡namo amounted to torture came after [...]
Finally, the New York Times (and unnamed US officials) admit the obvious, that “Iraq’s Forces Founder Under Rebel Assaults.” It is much worse. To the American people: If you only know how much you are lied to by the US government on Iraq (not to mention other issues). (To Angry Arab: some do not know, [...]
The Floating Ice,1880. Monet.
I keep forgetting to post this. The Iraqi puppet government banned a drama serial which deals with British occupation of Iraq. It was supposed to air on Iraqi TV. But please. This in no way means that Bush has not “liberated” Iraq. This is a technicality.
Truth and Consequences in Ukraine.