Archive for April 4, 2008
The Queen of Jordan has an article on Gaza. I much rather that she sticks to subjects she knows: like the hazards of reckless driving.
Conspiracy? What conspiracy? Al-Arabiya website is putting this item (on second thought, I don’t want to link to them. You check it out yourselves though) as its top news: that the Israeli occupation air force has recruited a Muslim women. This for the Saudi media is a matter of pride and glory for the Ummah.
For former terrorists and former Muslims. There is a new career in the West, especially in the US. Zionist hoodlums’ organizations and the organizations of Christian fundamentalists. They have a high demand for former terrorists and former Muslims. They are willing to pay a lot of money to sponsor their talks and publish their books.
My article in Al-Akhbar: “From the rituals of the US Presidential Battle: The Outbidding [factor] in the support of Zionism”
Fouad Farhan’s blog banned in Saudi Arabia. (thanks Ocieana) When asked about this, State Department condemned the ban on websites in…Syria.
I have no respect for David Marash. He wants to have it both ways: he now will spend the rest of his life explaining why he quite AlJazeera: as if his previous employers in the US were better. But look at this: “BC: What are some examples of the kinds of stories that made you [...]
Comrade Shawna on the trade unionists in Basrah.
“One section discussed to what extent the president might be allowed to legally maim a prisoner, such as through the use of a “scalding, corrosive, or caustic substance.” A footnote argued that Fifth Amendment guarantees of due-process rights “do not address actions the Executive takes in conducting a military campaign against the Nation’s enemies.”” (thanks [...]
“Mak was sentenced last week to 24 1/2 years in prison by a federal judge who described the lengthy term as a warning to China not to “send agents here to steal America’s military secrets.” The judge is right. I mean, do you see the US sending agents to other countries to steal their secrets? [...]
Zimbabwe under Mugabe is less oppressive and more democratic–in relative terms–than 50 of the allies of the US and UK around the world, the obsession of the US and British press notwithstanding.
Do you want me to predict the outcome of this investigation? ” A NATO patrol shot at a vehicle and killed one civilian in southern Afghanistan, NATO officials said. The patrol shot at the fast-approaching vehicle in Kandahar Province after its driver did not heed soldiersÃ¢â‚¬â„¢ warnings to stop, the alliance said in a statement. [...]
I am not making this up. A Bush-approved study of Iraq found that…Bush is making progress. This man, according to all government studies since 2003, has not stopped making progress since he invaded the country.