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There is no good in much of their secret conferences save (in) whosoever enjoineth charity and fairness and peace-making among the people and whoso doeth that, seeking the good pleasure of God, We shall bestow on him a vast reward. (Al-Nisa, 4:114).


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Thursday, March 18, 2010

Hamas warns about Israel's conspiracy.

Hamas deputy chief Moussa Abu Marzuk  | Wed, 17 Mar 2010  -  PressTV

Hamas has expressed concern over an Israeli conspiracy to empty Jerusalem al-Quds of its Palestinian residents after the inauguration of a synagogue in the Old City near the al-Aqsa Mosque compound.

Hamas deputy chief Moussa Abu Marzuk told Press TV that the Tel Aviv regime is determined to replace Palestinian mosques and churches with Jewish sites in East Jerusalem al-Quds. 

US rights group sues Obama over drone attacks

Thu, 18 Mar 2010 PressTV
The American Civil Liberties Union has filed a lawsuit against US President Barack Obama, demanding legal basis for America's deadly drone attacks overseas.

Wilkerson: We can bomb Iran for 70 days around the clock

RussiaTV | March 18, 2010 - Meanwhile, as the U.S. is pushing for sanctions to hinder Iran's nuclear programme, reports say Washington is already gearing up for an attack. A Scottish newspaper, The Sunday Herald, says hundreds of powerful bunker-buster bombs are being shipped to a military base on the British Garcia island, in the Indian Ocean. It was also used by the U.S. for strikes against Iraq during the 1993 and 2003 Gulf wars. Some experts say American bombers would be capable of destroying around ten thousand targets in Iran, in just a few hours. But former chief of staff to Colin Powell, Lawrence Wilkerson, says that any action would spell disaster for the U.S. military machine.

Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Former Bosnian leader bailed in London

PressTVLondon  |  11 March  2010 The former President of Bosnia, Dr Ejup Ganic has been granted bail, 10 days after being abruptly arrested in London at the request of the Serbian government. 


Uros Ivetic, Protestor

Dmitar Gasic, Protestor

Emina Ganic, Daughter of Ejup Ganic

Avdo Hebib, President of Bosnian War Veteran Union

Friday, March 12, 2010

Biden was in Israel.

March 09, 2010 - Joe Biden, the US vice-president, is the highest-ranking US official to visit Israel since Barack Obama, the US president, came into office a year ago.

The visit is part of a five-day tour of the Middle East, during which Biden will hold discussions on Iran and ways to revive the Israeli-Palestinian peace negotiations.

Chomsky: US, Israeli threats induce Iran's nuclear deterrence

Top American philosopher and linguist Noam Chomsky at Harvard Memorial Church.

Fri, 12 Mar 2010   |   PressTV

US scholar Noam Chomsky blames hostile US and Israeli actions as a major factor in a potential Iranian decision to develop a "nuclear deterrent." 

Addressing the audience in Harvard Memorial Church on March 6, Chomsky opined that constant US threats of military action against Iran may lead Tehran to perceive a need to develop a nuclear weapon.

Monday, March 8, 2010

Afghanistan : 'Graveyard of Empires': Who's Next?

March 07, 2010   |   RT - With the first major phase of NATO's offensive against the Taliban completed, the coalition forces are sharing high expectations they will break the militants' control in other areas, as well. But brigadier Amir Sultan Tarar, widely regarded as the 'Godfather of Taliban', told RT that NATO will never succeed in Afghanistan, and they should, instead, enter negotiations with insurgent leaders.

Ban the Koran? Geert Wilders speaks out on his radical views.

March 07, 2010 | RT - Far right Dutch politician Geert Wilders has screened his anti-Islamic film to Britain's most senior lawmakers. The movie compares The Koran to Hitler's autobiography 'Mein Kampf', sparking widespread outrage. RT's Laura Emmett caught up with him, to find out why he thinks his calls to ban the Koran correspond with the ideology of free speech.

Police stop Opposition's (Pakatan’s March 8) rally

By Adib Zalkapli | malaysianinsider | KUALA LUMPUR, March 2010.

The police moved in tonight to stop a Pakatan Rakyat public rally at the Sultan Sulaiman Club here to mark the second anniversary of the coalition’s landmark victory in Election 2008.

But the crowd stayed on and squeezed into the clubhouse to listen to Pakatan and PKR de facto leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim speak and celebrate two years of power in four states.

Saturday, March 6, 2010

Are Muslims getting a fair deal in India?

March 06, 2010 | The Real News - The Doha Debates staged an audacious discussion on discrimination against Muslims in India

Friday, March 5, 2010

Sir Chilcot - Iraq Inquiry.

March 05, 2010 - ITN : : Families of killed soldiers speak

Cartwright, whose son L/Cpl James Cartwright was killed in Basra 2007, says Brown failed soldiers when he slashed their budget. VID 1

Susan Smith, whose son Pte Phillip Hewett was killed in Iraq in 2005, says questions remain unanswered. VID 2

Israeli Forces Seriously Injure Dozens of Palestinians in Al-Aqsa Confrontations

05/03/2010 | AlmanarTV

Israeli occupation forces stormed into the Aqsa mosque compound after Friday prayers and fired rubber bullets and tear gas canisters at prayers. Dozens of Palestinians were injured in the confrontation including children and women. According to medical sources, several injures are serious. Chief Islamic Justice in Palestine Sheikh Taysir Tamimi was injured in the Israeli aggression and transferred to hospital for treatment.

Thursday, March 4, 2010

Rigi's Arrest

Press TV - Iran Today - 2 March 2010, All about the capture and confession of Jundullah Head, Abdul Malik Riggi.

Iran making new smart bombs?

The Qassed 2, Iran's prototype for a laser-guided bomb.
by Staff Writers   |  Tehran (UPI) Mar 3, 2009

With defense and acrimony building in the Persian Gulf, Iran announced plans to test a new laser-guided bomb.
Iran's Fars News Agency reported that a prototype of the 2,000-pound smart bomb would be tested "in the near future," the country's air force commander Brig. Gen Hassan Shahsafi said.

US arms raise birth defects in Fallujah

Hospital officials and people in Fallujah say they noticed two or three cases of birth defects each day since US forces crushed two uprisings in the city in 2004.

Thu, 04 Mar 2010  |  PressTV

Iraqi doctors and parents accuse the US military of using unconventional arms in its operations in the city of Fallujah, causing a high level of birth defects among children in the city. 

Hospital officials and people in Fallujah say they noticed two or three cases of birth defects each day since US forces crushed two uprisings in the city in 2004, the BBC quoted a doctor as saying on Thursday. 

But the US military said it was not
aware of any official reports showing an increase in birth defects in the area, repeating claims that it always took public health concerns about any population living in a battle zone "very seriously." 

Chechnya's forgotten war

March 03, 2010  | RizKhan Aljazeera -  Kadyrov, Chechnya's Moscow-backed president, is reconstructing the country with billions of dollars in aid from the Kremlin. But human rights groups accuse Kadyrov of creating a totalitarian state within a state where officials allegedly use kidnapping, torture and extrajudicial killings against opponents of his government and political observers say his methods are fuelling a simmering Islamic insurgency.

Monday, March 1, 2010

Iran urged to take legal action against Rigi sponsors

Representatives of the Iranian Parliament (Majlis)
Mon, 01 Mar 2010  |   PressTV
Iranian lawmakers have called for legal action against countries revealed to be sponsoring terrorism in Iran by channeling support to extremist groups such as Jundallah.

In a parliamentary session on Sunday, the lawmakers urged the Foreign Ministry to file a complaint before various international courts and human rights organizations, condemning Western countries for the support they have extended to Jundallah.

Ogaden, The Hidden War.

SaveOgaden | Feb 2010

As a part of this blogging project, I was asking some friends of mine who I know are very active when it comes to issues of injustice. One of my good friends has many topics of interest (which I will slowly incorporate into my blogs), but the first one she spoke about was the Ogaden region of Ethiopia.

Some info from my friend: “More death, more tortures, rapes and body mutilation has been happening here than it has in Darfur. The Ogaden people are of Somali origin who reside in Ethiopia because the European colonial “awarded” that part of Somalia to the Ethiopians. When Somalia had government they tried to get back the land numerous times, however the Ethiopians always had the support of the west. Ethiopia, as you know, as never been colonialist mainly because it adopted Christianity way before many Western countries.”

How the Ogadenis Narrate their True History and the Present Troubles of Ogaden

One of the world´s most troublesome regions is Ogaden. Along with Darfur, Ogaden is one of the two places in the world whereby deliberate genocide was extensively practiced in the 3rd millennium. Ogaden, compared to Darfur, helps us draw several conclusions, due to the fact that both genocides have not drawn a crystal clear reaction and punishment.

Leaving the Darfur and Ogaden genocides unpunished, and executing Saddam Hussein is a shameful bias that irreversibly tarnishes the international community´s image. Despite his monstrous tyranny, Saddam Hussein did not perpetrate the acts carried out in Darfur by Al Bashir´s Pan-Arabist pestilence and in Ogaden by Meles Zenawi´s Ethiopianist cholera.

Universities across the globe mark Israeli Apartheid Week

Haaretz | 01/03/2010 - LONDON, A filmmaker, anthropologist and economic researcher are among those headlining events marking what pro-Palestinian organizers have declared as "Israeli Apartheid Week" - and all three speakers are Israeli.

University campuses in more than 40 cities around the world are marking the week with lectures, films, multimedia events, cultural performances and demonstrations.

Since they were first launched in 2005, the events have become some of "the most important global events in the Palestine solidarity calendar," according to its organizers.

Its aim, they state on their Web site, is to "contribute to this chorus of international opposition to Israeli apartheid and to bolster support for the boycotts, divestments and sanctions (BDS) campaign."

Will U.S. gets into the business of imposing sanctions against television stations deemed hostile?

Arabs reject U.S. crackdown on Arab satellite TV

Posted By Marc Lynch

A meeting of Arab Information Ministers at the Arab League in Cairo yesterday rejected a Congressional resolution calling for sanctions against Arab satellite television stations which allegedly incite terrorism or promote

anti-Americanism. It would be pretty pathetic that the Arab League -- the Arab League!! -- is taking a stronger position in favor of media freedoms than the U.S. Congress. But don't worry --- leading Arab states still seem quite keen to find their own Arab ways to repress and control the media.

The Congressional resolution (H.R.2278), which passed 395-3 in December (and hopefully will die in the Senate Foreign Relations Committee) is a perfect example of mindless grandstanding which pleases domestic audiences while hurting American interests in the Arab world.

'Israelis no longer allowed in Dubai after Hamas hit'

Haaretz | 01/03/2010 - Dubai's police chief said on Monday that travelers suspected of being Israeli will not be allowed into the United Arab Emirates even if they arrive with alternative passports.

Lt. Gen. Dahi Khalfan Tamim says the move comes after the killing of a Hamas operative in Dubai, blamed by the Emirates authorities on Israel's Mossad spy agency.

Tamim said a 26-member team used European and Australian passports to enter the country in January and kill Mahmoud al-Mabhouh.

'Iran pressure made UK drop sanctions'

Mon, 01 Mar 2010   |  PressTV

After Iran's Bank Mellat reportedly won a preliminary court case against British sanctions, an Iranian parliamentarian says the move was an outcome of Tehran's pressure on London. 

"After Iran's Parliament (Majlis) exerted pressure on Britain, London removed sanctions on Bank Mellat," Hossein Ebrahimi, the head of Majlis committee on foreign relations, told Mehr News Agency on Monday.

"This shows that parliamentary pressure will play an influential role."