Archive for November 15, 2004
The Garden , 1876. Monet.
“The U.S.-led postwar government in Iraq awarded business to two multinational banks fined for violating U.S. sanctions against Iraq during the regime of ousted dictator Saddam Hussein.”
Let them eat air: US denies need for Falluja aid convoy.
For those who know Palestinian political/military history: the Karamah battle with Israel in 1968 resulted in the death of no more than 28 Israeli soldiers. Yet, it resulted in a dramatic rise in the ranks of the Palestinian resistance. We shall see what the Fallujah battle will produce. You do the math. These are some [...]
Iraqi authorities have detained four members of the Muslim Clerics Association in what the influential Sunni Muslim body said was a campaign to muzzle opposition to a US-led attack on Fallujah.
A brave woman: Police in Bahrain arrested a woman on Friday for disguising herself as a man and trying to deliver the Friday sermon at one of the largest mosques in the island state.
This is victory: Iraqi City Lies in Ruins.
America and Europe (thanks Anthony).
Fallujah: Video shows US soldier killing wounded insurgent in cold blood.
NY Assemblyman demands cancellation of Palestinian art exhibit. (thanks Sofi)
I invite all of you to sign the Joseph Massad/Academic Freedom Petition, if you have not done so. We may be closing the petition soon. Add your name to an important cause.
Blair got nothing for support of US in Iraq, says French president.
One of the foreign terrorists that we hear about.
Fighting spreads to more towns as Falluja operation continues.
They had to flee their homes in Fallujah.
“Shooting of wounded Iraqi shown in television”. Do you want to guess the results of the investigations now? Thousands of civilians have been killed in Afghanistan and Iraq. Who investigated what? And who cared?
The Bush Zone. Stupid media bother me. And I know I have more than enough at my disposal–with the US and international media that I am exposed to, by default. I was reading tomorrow’s issue of Al-Quds Al-Arabi (funded by Qatar and seems to mysteriously express admiration for Saddam and for Bin Ladin simultaneously), and [...]
For the 4th or 5th time, I wish to affirm and confirm that I have NOT banned anybody from the comments’ section. I am aware that some of you have not been able to enter, and I do not know why. I suspect sabotage.