Archive for November 14, 2004
Pond at Montgeron , Circa 1876. Monet.
This is from the official US government newspaper (The Washington Post): “Trouble Spots Dot Iraqi Landscape: Attacks Erupting Away From Fallujah.”
“Torture Flights: AN executive jet is being used by the American intelligence agencies to fly terrorist suspects to countries that routinely use torture in their prisons.”
Ivory Coast accuses France of ‘acts of war’.
“There was plenty of evidence across Iraq that the war is far from over, and the devastation of Fallujah is likely to have fuelled the resistance.”
The “Allawi” of Palestine (Abu Mazin) was almost killed yesterday. You see: the US keeps its puppets in the Middle East (like Karzai in Afghanistan and Allawi in Iraq) alive by protecting them form the wrath of their people through elaborate US security systems and forces. This Palestinian “Allawi” relies on Palestinian guards only. He [...]
Iraq vote could be delayed. No. Really?
That is what we needed. Chirac also wants to colonize.
Gangster-style violence in Egypt (by the government).
I posted a long post, and it was lost. This is a briefer reconstruction from memory: Has anybody noticed the inconsistencies in US official versions of what is going in Fallujah? We were told last week, that it will all be over by Saturday, and yet other officials still insist that operation is still ahead [...]
The Faith Factor.
Don’f feel sorry for him. He also was part of the Zarqawi terrorist network in Fallujah. Others say that he was a Saddam loyalist.
“Human rights experts said Friday that American soldiers might have committed a war crime on Thursday when they sent fleeing Iraqi civilians back into Falluja.”
The Gender Gap.
News from “liberated” Iraq: “After Years of Relative Peace, Christians Live in Fear.”
Fallujah 101: A history lesson about the town we are currently destroying.
Fallujah in Pictures. (“Where is the outrage?,” as Bob Dole used to say).