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Lesson from Ike for the IDF

Truth does not matter for “Israel”. Buttons Do. To mute. By Michael Nolan| Palestine Chronicle | Febr 6, 2012 We assume that a stable, democratic republic enforces its own laws and abides by those of the international community. We assume, as well, that a soldier obeys orders, despite personal views, in a stable, democratic government. […]

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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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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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Palestinians Won’t Learn Israeli Lessons

  by Jillian Kestler-D’Amours | Antiwar.com | July 14, 2011 EAST JERUSALEM — Widespread strikes across Palestinian civil society could be in store for East Jerusalem at the start of the next school year, as the municipality moves ahead with its current plan to implement an Israeli curriculum in Palestinian schools. “I expect that the […]

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Israel Cracks Down on Silwan Community Organizers

Monday January 10, 2011 17:02 by Ramona M. – IMEMC The past week has seen an increase in Israeli repression towards Palestinian community organizers in Silwan, East Jerusalem. Jawad Siyam has recently been targeted because of his involvement in directing the Wadih Hilweh Information Center as well as his membership in the Neighborhood Popular Committee. […]

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