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Coup junta must stop threatening Gaza ~ by Khalid Amayreh

[ PIC 13/10/2013 – 09:31 PM ] By Khalid Amayreh Political figures affiliated with the puppet government of Egypt continue to make virtually daily threats against the Palestinian people in Gaza. The recurrent threats to invade Gaza and murder and maim Palestinians, say pundits in both Egypt and occupied Palestine, is a reflection of the […]

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#GazaUnderAttack | Americans hold US government complicit over Israeli strikes on Gaza

between Israel and the Palestinians. They’re launching those rockets into Israel for self defense and that’s it. Israel has no right to do that to the Palestinians, they are innocent people dying,” Sofia Ahsanuddin, a protesters, said during the rally. PRESSTV | Nov 16, 2012 “We’re here to support Palestine. We’re here to support humanity. […]

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Fatah’s cheap opportunism ~ by Khalid Amayreh

[ PIC 14/08/2012 – 01:02 PM ] Commentary by Khalid Amayreh Following last week’s murderous attack in Rafah, in which 16 Egyptian soldiers were killed, Fatah officials and spokespersons viewed the incident as a valuable propaganda asset to tarnish the image of Hamas and incite the Egyptian government against the Palestinian Islamist movement. Hamas strongly […]

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Amr: Quartet’s position on UN bid to blame for new settlement plans

Related : Ethnic Cleansing – Topic | Settlement Construction – Category [ 29/09/2011 – 01:18 PM ] WASHINGTON, (PIC)– Egyptian Foreign Minister Mohamed Kamel Amr said members of the international community were responsible for addressing Israel’s recent approval of 1,100 settlement units in east Jerusalem, an illegal move which constitutes a challenge to the Quartet […]

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Islamic-Christian Front: Israel to blame over West Bank settler attacks

[ 12/09/2011 – 10:23 AM ] OCCUPIED JERUSALEM, (PIC)– Hassan Khatir, secretary-general of the Islamic-Christian Front in Jerusalem, accused Jewish settlers in the occupied Palestinian territories of organizing a long running campaign of terror against Palestinian natives, assigning blame to the Jewish rabbis and criticizing the Muslims over their silence. In the past week, Jewish […]

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Shabak Blames IDF for Eilat Terror Attack

  Aug 20, 2011 | « Tikun Olam-תיקון עולם: Make the World a Better Place | Richard Silverstein Until yesterday night, I thought I knew or understood most of the facts of the Eilat terror attack.  That changed with Anshel Pfeffer’s article in Haaretz (Hebrew) which reveals a huge fissure developing between Shabak and the IDF […]

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Blame the Gazans – Punish Them ~ by Mohammed Suliman

Mohammed Suliman | 08/19/2011  | The Electronic Intifada According to the Palestine Papers, Saeb Erekat, the so-called chief Palestinian negotiator, once stated, “”If someone sneezes in Tel Aviv, I get the flu in Jericho.” That was probably the only thing that makes sense Erekat every said regarding the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Except it wasn’t actually true, unless […]

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MP Abu Ras: Arab silence to blame for violation of holy sites

[ 16/08/2011 – 04:21 PM ] NABLUS, (PIC)– Palestinian MP Marwan Abu Ras (Hamas) said Arab silence was to blame for measures the Israeli occupation authorities have taken against Muslim worshipers in the Ibrahimi Mosque in the West Bank. “The excessiveness in criminal practices reflects ugly intentions by the [Israeli] occupation for an escalation against […]

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Palestinians blame Israel for Gaza blackout

Related to  Latest Update on Gaza | #Gaza #GazaBlackOut Internet and phones shut off for around 12 hours after Israeli bulldozers cut fibre optic line, company officials allege 10 Aug 2011 09:09 | Al Jazeera English Mobile phone services and international landline calls were unavailable [GALLO/GETTY] Internet and phone services were shut off in Gaza late […]

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Lessons drawn from the blonde bomber ~ by @YousefMunayyer

  Domestic terrorism is far more common than transnational, which only accounts for 25 per cent of terror attack deaths. Yousef Munayyer Last Modified: 26 Jul 2011 13:24 | Al Jazeera Oklahoma City bomber Timothy McVeigh (along with Ted Kaczynski, Lucas John Helder, Jim Adkisson, Andrew Joseph Stack, Jared Lee Loughner, and others) is yet […]

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Muslims Bombed Norway! Where’s the Apology?

By Mohamed Khodr * | Sabbah Report | http://www.sabbah.biz | July 25, 2011 This image shows Anders Behring Breivik from a manifesto attributed to him that was discovered Saturday, July 23, 2011. / AP PHOTO As expected the Washington Post’s subdued non-hysterical coverage of the horrific terrorist attacks in Norway contrasts sharply with the hysterical […]

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Gazans mostly suffer from racism – video

  Sun Jul 24, 2011 5:51PM GMT Interview with James Haywood, Palestine Campaign The least the Palestinians in the besieged Gaza want is to visit the villages where their grandparents grew up in, many of them located in the occupied Palestinian territories, says an activist. Press TV interviewed James Haywood from Campaign for Palestine who […]

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Blond-Gate Christian-Zionist Terror: Media Lessons from Norway Blood-Bath

Published July 24th, 2011 – 12:07 GMT | Al Bawaba American media outlets have been criticized for their hasty and unbalanced coverage of these Norwegian deadly incidents, not least the New York Times who were hot off the press with their Al Qaeda finger pointing and Muslim culpability assumptions. Anders Breivik (Norwegian ethnicity) used to […]

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Blaming Muslims – Yet Again

Looking to place blame for the attacks that took place in Norway, many looked no further than the Muslim community. D. Parvaz | 23 Jul 2011 21:07 | Al Jazeera English Several survivors of the Utoya island shooting said the shooter was dressed as a police officer [AFP] With at least 92 people dead and […]

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US urges Turkey to stop Gaza flotilla, Ankara blames Israel

SEVİL KÜÇÜKKOŞUM ANKARA – Hürriyet Daily News As the U.S. administration openly warned the Turkish government for the first time against allowing another aid convoy to Gaza, Ankara responded by saying “Washington should first warn Israel to abstain from violence.” In a move to avert a repetition of last year’s May 31 crisis on the […]

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