Archive for October 20, 2007
I can understand how Hamas can blame Fath for its clashes with its gangs in Gaza. But how can Hamas justify its clashes with Islamic Jihad, and sometimes with average citizens, in Gaza? Hamas is proving that it also can operate like an armed gang–just like Fath. That only proves my theory: neither Fath, nor [...]
Shibli Al-Mallat, the Lyndon La Rouche of Lebanon, was on LBC-TV this week. He was asked about why he was in Washington, DC. He said that he was in Washington, DC to “help guide the future of Lebanon.” I kid you not. This was on Kalam An-Nas. He also said that he represents “advanced thought [...]
A secular organization in Lebanon asked a number of people (Angry Arab included) for their views on secularism.
Walid Jumblat is “honored” to speak at the “prestigious” Washington Institute for Near East Policy, just as he is honored to prostrate himself before the prestigious king of Saudi Arabia, just as he was honored to prostrate himself before the prestigious chief of Syrian mukhabarat in Lebanon.PS In the audio, but not in the video [...]
Pearls of Wisdom from the Dalai Lama: “”We know each other, and we have developed, I think, a very close friendship Гўв‚¬вЂќ something like a reunion of one family,” the Dalai Lama said, speaking of Bush.”
“A pro-Israel organization that monitors press coverage of the Jewish state will hold a conference Sunday about high-profile Jews who speak out against Israel’s policies and, in some cases, its right to exist.” (thanks Badis)
“A prominent Somali lyricist has been arrested by the security forces in Mogadishu on Friday morning, witnesses said.” (A sure sign that Somalia has indeed been liberated). (thanks Mick)
“FAISAL AKBAR SPEAKS” (thanks Joey)
“More than 30,000 foreign troops are enlisted in the US Army, many of them serving in Iraq. Their reward for risking their lives for their adopted country is US citizenship.” (thanks Kamal)
“A Palestinian farmer residing in the Tal village adjacent to Kedumim was stoned by settlers from the Gilad outpost while harvesting olives. The man was treated at the site and evacuated to hospital.” (thanks Sellam)
Potatoes of the World, Unite. “On World Food Day, the United Nations launched the International Year of the Potato which will spotlight the humble vegetable discovered in Peru that has become a staple in diets around the globe and the world’s fourth largest source of food.” (thanks F.)
50 years later: “France has handed Algeria details of where its forces laid millions of landmines on the country’s eastern and western borders half-a-century ago, the French embassy in Algiers said Saturday.” (thanks Walid)
Does it not sound absurd when Iraqi puppet officials speak about what “the constitution” and Iraqi puppet laws have to say. Do they think that they are believed? You talk to me about laws and constitution when foreign mercenaries in Iraq have more power than any Iraqi puppet official?
If Anderson Cooper is a journalist, then I am a dentist.
“The United Nations said an interpreter responsible for an erroneous report that Syria has a nuclear facility has been reprimanded and the organization has apologized to Syria’s UN Mission.” He probably will be appointed the official interpreter for the US Congress.