Tag Archives: east

We Won’t Be “The US Aircraft Carrier in the Middle East”

Tuesday, 01 March 2011 15:23 Various Organisations We invite all the organisations taking part in the struggle to join us this coming Thursday, March 3rd 2011, at 19:00, for a second vociferous and edgy protest in front of the US Embassy in Tel Aviv.   We will draw the world’s attention to the USA’s collaboration […]

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Mishaal meets Russian envoy to Mideast

[ 01/03/2011 – 05:31 PM ]   DAMASCUS, (PIC)– Hamas politburo chief Khalid Mishaal met Monday evening in Damascus with Russian envoy to the Middle East and North Africa Sergei Vershinin. The high-profile Russian diplomat was there to show Russian interest in current developments in the region, and emphasize its confidence in the people’s ability […]

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Israeli warplanes strike Gaza at midnight

28-02-2011,08:16 Al Qassam website – Gaza – Israeli warplanes have launched several airsrikes on the Gaza Strip on Sunday midnight  February 27th, the Israeli airstrikes caused of massive damage in properties and infrastructure where number of injuries  reported. Palestinian sources reported that Israeli jets have launched several airstrikes on the Gaza Strip. The Israeli attacks […]

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Under the Spell of Israel

Posted by attendingtheworld on Friday, February 25, 2011 at 11:43 pm. As Israel carries out their illegal US funded attacks on civilian populations in Gaza, we look back at the origin of Israel, which is rooted in violence and racism; and the video, Who Were the First Terrorists in the Middle East? When Gilad Atzmon […]

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Caesar Maddness: Gaddafi

Posted by attendingtheworld at PS.HADNEWS.COM  on Thursday, February 24, 2011 at 4:11 pm. Caesar Gaddafi   The similarities between the recent actions of the Libyan dictator with Nero in the Great Fire of Rome suggest that the Libyan dictator is suffering from Caesar madness. Nero Claudius Caesar, the fifth emperor of ancient Rome, burned down […]

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REVOLUTION FEVER ACROSS THE MIDDLE EAST

Posted by desertpeace at PS.HADNEWS.COM on Thursday, February 17, 2011 at 7:43 am. “Freedom Wins! 2 Down, 20 to go!” The Ripple Effect From Algeria to Iran and the countries in between, a look at how revolution fever is spreading across the Middle East. Palestine: …Actually, It Just Highlights Their Bankruptcy By Jared Malsin If […]

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From Nabi Saleh to Tahrir Square. Resistance Spreading in the Middle East

    Jan 4, 2011 | Joseph Dana I am waking up on a cold and rainy morning in Nabi Saleh. I have been sleeping in the village on and off over the past few weeks along with some other Israeli and international supporters. The army has been raiding the village at night, terrorizing the […]

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Why Washington Clings to a Failed Middle East Strategy

by Gareth Porter / February 1st, 2011 | Dissident Voice The death throes of the Mubarak regime in Egypt signal a new level of crisis for a U.S. Middle East strategy that has shown itself over and over again in recent years to be based on nothing more than the illusion of power. The incipient […]

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We’ve waited for this revolution for years. Other despots should quail

Change is sweeping though the Middle East and it’s the Facebook generation that has kickstarted it Mona Eltahawy | guardian.co.uk, Saturday 29 January 2011 20.00 GMT  My birth at the end of July 1967 makes me a child of the naksa, or setback, as the Arab defeat during the June 1967 war with Israel is […]

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Grains of sand: perspectives on roles of Israel and USA in Middle East

By Paul J. Balles 16 January 2011 Paul J. Balles highlights six writers whose work in the alternative media has brought important perspectives to one major issue: Israel and the role of America in the Middle East. In an article entitled “Weapons of mass deception“, I suggested that there has been too much control of […]

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Settlers Propose to Build 50 more Housing Units in E. Jerusalem

Thursday January 13, 2011 16:44 by Ramona M. – IMEMC and Agencies Even amidst international condemnation, the takeover of the Shepherd Hotel in East Jerusalem by Jewish settlers continued yesterday. Settlers are now planning to build 50 more housing units, in addition to the 20 units already authorized, in the Arab neighborhood of Sheikh Jarrah. […]

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Israel razes structures in Wadi Jawz and Taur, east Jerusalem

[ 10/01/2011 – 03:58 PM ]   OCCUPIED JERUSALEM, (PIC)– Israeli police escorted Monday morning bulldozers into the Wadi Jawz and Taur suburbs of east Jerusalem to raze several structures there less than a day after the illegal demolition of the Shepherd Hotel in Sheikh Jarrah. The force tightly sealed off the area and tore […]

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Frustration for Gazans at Rafah crossing into Egypt

Photo: Mohamed Hamouda-APOLLO IMAGES/IRIN Palestinians at the Rafah crossing in 2005 (file photo) RAFAH, 10 January 2011 (IRIN) – It is 1pm and the terminal building on the Palestinian side of Gaza’s only crossing into Egypt – Rafah – is empty. The desks at passport control are not even manned. Outside the terminal, a small […]

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IOA intensifies Judiazation process in O. Jerusalem

[ 07/01/2011 – 12:06 PM ]   OCCUPIED JERUSALEM, (PIC)– The Aqsa Foundation for Endowment and Heritage that caters for Muslim holy shrines in occupied Palestine, has accused Wednesday the Israeli occupation authorities of expediting the Judization process in occupied Jerusalem. In a field visit it made after receiving reports about Israeli occupation affixing amulets […]

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Study: Israelis seized 86 per cent of east Jerusalem

[ 06/01/2011 – 09:48 AM ]   OCCUPIED JERUSALEM, (PIC)– Israeli authorities have seized 86 per cent of the land area in east Jerusalem, imposing a fait accompli that is unchangeable by the “peace process”  , a Palestinian researcher said in a report released Wednesday. Jerusalem’s political future has become governed by Jewish settlements and […]

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