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Muslims Are Their Own Worst Enemy

By Paul Craig Roberts March 02, 2010 “Information Clearing House” Muslims are numerous but powerless. Divisions among Muslims, especially between Sunni and Shi’ites, have consigned the Muslim Middle East to almost a century of Western control. Muslims cannot even play together. The Islamic Solidarity Games, a regional version of the …

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Now Mobile Devices Will Scan Your Naked Body on the Streets

  Paul Joseph Watson   Naked body scanners are being readied to go mobile and scan you on the street, at football games and any other event where masses of people are congregated, according to a leaked paper written by Dutch authorities.   As we have been warning all along, …

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Civilian Deaths Continue Unabated in Afghanistan

Published on Monday, February 22, 2010 by TimesOnline/UK NATO Airstrike Kills 27 Civilians in Afghanistan by Jerome Starkey in Kabul and Philippe Naughton NATO forces in southern Afghanistan bombed a civilian convoy, killing 27 people including women and children and injuring many more, Afghan officials said. The airstrike in a …

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Marjah Operations are an Exemplary Lesson for the Invaders

Tuesday February 23, 2010 In the name of Allah, the Merciful, the Compassionate For the last two weeks, a 15,000-strong army of NATO, British and American forces has been carrying out military operations in a small area i.e. Marjah which is located in Nad Ali district. A number of jet …

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Tony Blair: Israeli officials were part of decision to invade Iraq

Saed Bannoura IMEMC , February 20, 2010 In his recent testimony to the UK Committee investigating the Iraq war, British Prime Minister Tony Blair admitted that Israeli officials influenced and participated in the decision by the US and UK governments to attack Iraq in 2003. During testimony regarding his meetings …

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Opposition Grows Against Egypt-Gaza Barrier

Tuesday, February 23, 2010   10:51 GMT Adam Morrow and Khaled al-Omrani CAIRO, Feb 22 (IPS) – Activists and opposition groups are stepping up pressure on the Egyptian government to stop constructing a barrier along the border with the Gaza Strip. Officials say the barrier will prevent cross-border smuggling, but critics …

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Texas Attack…US Double-standard Terrorism

By Dina Rabie, IOL Staff “If this person was a Muslim or a person of colour, they would have immediately called it an act of terrorism,” professor Greenberger told IOL. WASHINGTON – The Obama administration’s refusal to acknowledge last week’s plane attack at a government facility in Texas as terrorist …

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Taliban Resistance Slows Coalition Forces in Marja, Afghanistan

Published on Thursday, February 18, 2010 by the Washington Post Foreign Service by Rajiv Chandrasekaran MARJA, Afghanistan — Lt. Col. Cal Worth, who commands one of two Marine battalions leading the offensive against Taliban fighters here, set off at 7 a.m. Wednesday for the return journey to his battalion headquarters …

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Iraq War To Be Rebranded ‘Operation New Dawn’

Published on Friday, February 19, 2010 by Agence France-Presse WASHINGTON – President Barack Obama’s administration plans to rebrand its military operation in Iraq “Operation New Dawn,” beginning September 1, a Pentagon memorandum shows. The memo, signed by US Defense Secretary Robert Gates, shows the Pentagon approving a request to switch …

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World’s Top Firms Cause $2.2 Trillion of Environmental Damage

Published on Friday, February 19, 2010 by the Guardian/UK Report for the UN into the activities of the world’s 3,000 biggest companies estimates one-third of profits would be lost if firms were forced to pay for use, loss and damage of environment by Juliette Jowit The cost of pollution and …

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