- “They want us to be loyal to the occupation”
- Kurds and pro-war Americans clean up
- Americans love the image of Israel
- Has Washington just experienced an Iranian spy in its midst?
- Israel should not wonder why few people love her
- Britain’s hands are blooded with torture
- More journalists must take risks, says Wikileaks head
- Sri Lanka and Israel continue to cross paths
- Israel, the uneven society
- Israel’s Better Place continues its human rights-free push into Australia
|“They want us to be loyal to the occupation”Posted: 15 Jul 2010
Jewish American journalist Max Blumenthal interviews one of the Palestinian politicians targeted by the Israeli occupation forces, a world away from the “only democracy in the Middle East”:
|Kurds and pro-war Americans clean upPosted: 15 Jul 2010
Who says the Iraq war was a disaster?
The American corporate world and some Kurds are making a killing.
|Americans love the image of IsraelPosted: 15 Jul 2010
Decades of false propaganda have served the Zionist state well but these numbers will start to change soon enough:
|Has Washington just experienced an Iranian spy in its midst?Posted: 15 Jul 2010
The curious case of Iranian scientist Shahram Amiri and his recent return to Tehran raises many fascinating questions, not least what happened to him over the last 18 months.
Tehran Bureau wonders whether he may have been an Iranian double agent:
|Israel should not wonder why few people love herPosted: 15 Jul 2010
A wonderful column by Larry Derfner in the belly of the Zionist beast, the Jerusalem Post:
|Britain’s hands are blooded with torturePosted: 15 Jul 2010
The British investigation into the previous Blair regime’s complicity in torture and terrorism is becoming clearer by the day. Such studies, while inevitably flawed due to a generally bi-partisan belief in keeping the worst details private, are a far cry from anything undertaken by America or Australia:
|More journalists must take risks, says Wikileaks headPosted: 14 Jul 2010
Wikileaks founder Julian Assange in the Guardian:
|Sri Lanka and Israel continue to cross pathsPosted: 14 Jul 2010
From Sri Lanka’s Daily Mirror, an insight into the workings of the UN:
|Israel, the uneven societyPosted: 14 Jul 2010
18 Israeli families control fully 60% of the equity value of all Israeli companies.
|Israel’s Better Place continues its human rights-free push into AustraliaPosted: 14 Jul 2010
In June I wrote about the Israeli electric car company Better Place and serious questions over its human rights record in Palestine and the Middle East.
Today’s Australian features the following story about the company and proves how human rights so rarely enters the corporate media’s understanding of “progress”: