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U.S. war crimes in Iraq: Slitting throats in Haditha

“In their own words… Marines came to view 20 dead civilians as not ‘remarkable,’ but as routine.”

“Troops… grew increasingly twitchy, killing more and more civilians in Read More…


Nato Terrorists Destroys Libya’s $30 Billion Water Pipeline


A NATO terrorist attack has hit a water pipes factory in al-Brega, murdering six guards, this being the factory which makes pipes for the great man-made irrigation system across the desert which brings water to seventy per cent of Libyan homes, according to sources in Libya. The factory was hit after the Read More…

Heart Touching Story Crossfire

When 12-year-old Palestinian Mohammed spoke of how he wanted to be a soccer champion, his black eyes flashed and he would kick an imaginary ball off to a successful goal. His mother, busy with her six other children would nod her head and say, “Yes, perhaps one day you when you are big            Read More…

China delivers jolt to U.S & Saudi warn US & Africom Welcome China Role

Sets up collision course over issue of Palestinian statehood.In a further jolt to U.S. influence in the Middle East, China is expected to vote in favor of Palestinian statehood when the 66th United Nations General Assembly takes up the issue next month, according to Joseph Farah’s G2 Bulletin.The United States would lose Saudi Arabia as an ally if it blocks the Palestinian bid for statehood at the United Nations.Western powers are worried that they are losing influence in the resource-rich continent.Chinese President        
Hu Jintao told Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas in an exchange of notes last        
week that Beijing has “always supported the legitimate rights of the Palestinian people to establish an independent state” in areas such as the West Bank, the Gaza Strip and east Jerusalem.
The exchange of letters between Hu and Abbas comes as the Palestinian president launches a major diplomatic offensive to win international recognition of an independent Palestinian state.
Abbas, in effect, has given up on the U.S. position of first holding bilateral talks with Israel to reach a solution prior to going to the U.N.
The course adjustment followed Israel’s resumption of settlement construction in the West Bank, which the Palestinians want as part of their new state.
While China’s stance is no surprise, it further complicates U.S.-China relations at a time when the U.S. position in the Middle East has eroded.
China also is flexing its influence elsewhere and has raised challenges to U.S. military presence in East Asia.
Beijing has become a “lender of last resort” to the U.S. to the tune of trillions. It holds more than $3 trillion in foreign reserves, mostly in U.S. bonds.
China also has begun to assert itself and challenge U.S. standing in Africa and in Latin American, the backyard of the U.S.
The latest challenge from Beijing in the Middle East is to fill a “void of influence” as Chinese interests have expanded greatly there in recent years.

us soldiers murdering an old man in cold blood

US soldiers  gun down an unarmed elderly man for no reason.

Israel plans to uproot more Bedouins

Arab members of Israel’s Knesset (parliament) have warned of the consequences of Tel Aviv’s recent plan to force out 30,000 Arab Bedouins from their villages in Naqab desert.

“We demand the prime minister’s office to recognize these villages. If not,        Read More…

Imperialists cannot conquer Libya

Fugitive dictator Muammar Gaddafi has slammed Western intervention in Libya, saying in a message that his forces “will never let imperialist states take over” the North African country.

Gaddafi’s message, which was read on Syria’s al-Rai TV on Monday,       Read More…

U.S. told Egypt it must rescue Israeli embassy workers or suffer ‘consequences,’ sources say

“There’s no time to waste,” Panetta reportedly told Tantawi in the 1 A.M. call, warning of a tragic outcome that “would have very severe consequences.”Officials involved in attempt to resolve mob attack on       Read More…
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