Archive for February 25, 2007
This tribute to Joseph captures him.
Finally. Israeli occupation forces were able to apprehend the man (boy, really) responsible for obstructing the Zionist project in Palestine.
“Iraq’s minorities, some of the oldest communities in the world, are being driven from the country by a wave of violence against them because they are identified with the occupation and easy targets for kidnappers and death squads. A “huge exodus” is now taking place, according to a report by Minority Rights Group International. The [...]
“As protesters chanted and waved signs outside, roughly 250 American Jews were able to get information on buying homes in the West Bank during a Sunday event promoted as a way to help Jewish settlers. The sales pitch, organized by the Amana Settlement Movement, took place in Teaneck, New Jersey at an Orthodox synagogue, Congregation [...]
“US funds terror groups to sow chaos in Iran”
“Joseph Samaha, prominent Lebanese journalist, dies at 58″
“That’s why Makiya insisted that an Iraq invasion do more than merely replace Saddam with a more pliant Baathist general. In deadly earnest, he was asking the United States to become what that South African exile could not even contemplate without laughing: a revolutionary democratic power. For Makiya’s neoconservative allies, the idea was intuitive: In [...]
“One person can tell you precisely how many Americans have been killed in Iraq. Another pays close attention to the names and hometowns of those who die each week. A third mourns for the families of fallen U.S. troops, but also figures it was their choice to enlist.” (thanks Fatima)
The Political (and personal) Loss of Joseph Samahah’s Death. I woke up, and glanced at my computer as I do when I wake up. Saw several emails about Joseph Samahah’s death were in my inbox. Did not believe it at first, or did not want to believe it. I went to Al-Jazeerah’s website, and saw [...]
Two days ago, Clovis Maqsud offered praise for Rafiq Hariri in Washington, DC. Here, he offers praise for Saudi King. Stay tuned: he may be offering praise for Kuwaiti royal family next week. How exciting.