Archive for November 18, 2006
“You should call your cable or satellite provider and request the English-language service of al-Jazeera. In addition to Haaretz, you should also check out the Angry Arab News Service, a Web site of an American college professor who isn’t afraid of the truth.” (thanks Kamal)
Let me tell you the difference between Aljazeera and Al-Arabiya (and we know how the Washington Post’s David Ignatius–who does not know Arabic–favors the latter): Al-Arabiya went live into Rome to cover the arrival of guests for the wedding of Cruise and Holmes. Aljazeera would never stoop to that level. Enjoy.
Flash. You read it here first. The Washington Post has just concluded that the security situation in Iraq has actually deteriorated. No. No way. I wonder how the advanced mind of the Washington Post works.
The glorious country of Micronesia (which had sent one soldier into Iraq to support the American occupation) is in the news again: “Voting “no” were the United States, Israel, Australia, the Marshall Islands, Micronesia, Nauru and Palau. Abstaining were Canada, Ivory Coast, Papua New Guinea, Tonga, Tuvalu and Vanuatu.”
On the same day that NYT reported that James Baker has met with Syrian officials, Lebanese deputy (and militia man) Antoine Zahra told LBC-TV that he is convinced–based on his recent meetings with American officials in Washington, DC–that the US government will not deal with Syria and Iran because the US government can only deal [...]