Archive for June 6, 2005
La Pluie, 1911. Marc Chagall.
“Sudan officials may face trial” (Sudan officials SHOULD face trial)
“Why Arab women are still in the slow lane of reform”
Oh, it is another day. I am sure that yet another “senior aide to Zarqawi” has been captured in Iraq.
Since US newspapers only report anti-Syrian demonstrations in Lebanon, I shall report this to you. Members of Hizbullah clashed yesterday with right-wing activists in Sasin square in Beirut.
“America’s rising religious zealotry”
News from “liberated” Iraq: “Iraqis Look at Cuts in Payroll”
“U.S.: Despite election triumph Hezbollah must be disarmed” (Would the US like a beverage with that?)
“Indian lesbians find their affair brings social exclusion”
“Bahrain: Courts Try to Silence WomenÃ™â€™s Rights Activist”
“Torture in the US Gulag”
These Palestinian boys are holding the house numbers that will be domoilshed by Israeli occupation forces.
“Islam Is Gaining a Foothold in Chiapas” (And Bush claims that Chiapas has WMDs. A “liberation” war is planned).
Welcome to Lebanese Politics: Those who pin their hopes on the principleness of any Lebanese political (i.e. sectarian) party, will be disappointed. On one stage yesterday, and on one electoral list, stood candidates representing Jumblat’s Party, Hizbullah, and the Lebanese Forces militia, Hariri’s group, among others. All on one stage. For a fistful of parliamentary [...]