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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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Wednesday, May 25, 2011

The Zionist March led by Netanyahu

25 May 2011 - Bibi Netanyahu says NO to everything on the table for negotiations. All Oslo accords commitments are overturned. Palestine is now officially wiped out from the world's political map? Shifting the NWO center from Washington to Jerusalem & with little or no respect of UN and the international law?

Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Free John Walker Lindh, (American Taliban) Scapegoat of the “War on Terror”.

With the death of Osama bin Laden, there is now an opportunity for a huge peace dividend — an end to the occupation of Afghanistan, and an opportunity to close Guantánamo — which will probably not happen, even though it should, because of powerful vested interests. These include the lawmakers intent on using bin Laden’s death as an excuse to further ramp up the “War on Terror” by revising the Authorization for Use of Military Force, the founding document of the phoney war, and to claim, in spite of all the evidence, that George W. Bush’s torture program was a good idea and helped to track down bin Laden (which it didn’t), and that Guantánamo was useful for producing reliable intelligence (which it wasn’t).

I tackled all of these dangerous lies and distortions in my articles,With Osama bin Laden’s Death, the Time for US Vengeance Is Over,Osama bin Laden’s Death, and the Unjustifiable Defense of Torture and Guantánamo and No End to the “War on Terror,” No End to Guantánamo, but although I also implied that it was ridiculous to continue holding people at Guantánamo whose only crime seems to have been that they saw Osama bin Laden from afar while attending a training camp in Afghanistan, what I didn’t reflect on directly were specific victims of the hysteria of the “War on Terror.”

25 may 2011 | read full report

Monday, May 23, 2011

Netanyahu - Obama rift : AlQuds peace?

Netanyahu says no to Obama. Is this the first NO? Good luck to Obama! Will there be peace for AlQuds through talks.  May 23, 2011 : Has Israel ruled over America? or just over-ruled America?

Sunday, May 22, 2011

Leftist IMF & Socialist France: killing 2 birds with 1 stone?

22 May 2011 - Some wanted to stop the Left leadership of IMF & the Socialist from France? We have, In Middle East & North Africa a political revolution? In Europe an economic revolution? In America a financial revolution? In IMF - a leadership revolution? Political-Economic revolution going to Europe?...Withered the European Welfare States..& will be replace by an American-style Financial Capitalism!

The first NO?

May 22, 2011 - What was the speech about? No to peace! Is Israel going for war in Middle East?

Turkey Sex Scandal.

May 21, 2011 - Six senior members of Turkey's far-right opposition have resigned over a sex video scandal, shortly before national elections.

The National Action Party is accusing the government of engaging in political blackmail.

Tuesday, May 17, 2011

Is Pakistan Being Cast as the Next Plausible Evil Doer?

by: Jeff Gates
Conspiracy theorists assure us that Osama bin Laden was killed in December 2001 and his body put on ice in—of course—an undisclosed location. If the recent killing of bin Laden was a lie, who were the liars? All 79 members of SEAL Team 6, the Joint Chiefs of Staff, the U.S. State Department, the White House and 16 U.S. intelligence agencies. All conspired to have us believe that he was killed in Pakistan.
“Who you gonna believe,” the theorists ask, “me or your lyin’ eyes?”
The killing or capture of Osama bin Laden was a strategic imperative of the Obama presidency. His death on Pakistani soil now presents a challenge to the strategic depth required for security and stability in the region. How, under these circumstances, does the U.S. collaborate with a nation given $20 billion since 911?
To date, the clash between the U.S. and Pakistan has been the focus of mainstream news. Little has been said about the loss of 30,000 Pakistani lives to the war on terrorism. That human toll includes a sharp upswing in deadly attacks since the November 2008 assault in India where Islamic extremists, trained in Pakistan, left 174 dead in Mumbai. Pakistan was portrayed as guilty—by association.
theUglyTruth |11May2011 - read full post

Thai separatists fight for independence.

 on May 12, 2011 - Seperatists in Southern Thailand, speak exclusively to Al Jazeera about their fight for independence.

Security forces target Bahrain medics.

May 12, 2011 - The second part of Al Jazeera's exclusive report on Bahrain looks at the abuse of medical workers as part of the government's crackdown on dissent.

Pakistan : Prosecuted by the Media.

9 May 2011 - What Punishment will pakistan get?

The Revolution Went Wrong!

9 May 2011-Who are the interested parties & benefited for this clashes to go on.

Middle East & Nakba 2011

17 May 2011 - A record commemoration of Nakba 2011

Monday, May 16, 2011

Prince's mercenaries hired to protect UAE's crown.

May 16, 2011 - Prince's (owner of BlackWater & Xe) Reflex Response secures a USD529mil to develop a mercenary army to protect UAE's monarchy.

Osama Ben Laden : Sobering Views

May 16, 2011 - Jeremy Corbyn Labour MP UK, The world need Laws not Wars.

Arab League chooses another Egyptian as new secretary general at turbulent time.

Egyptian Foreign Minister Nabil al-Arabi speaks during a joint press conference with his German counterpart Guido Weseterwelle after a meeting in Cairo. (Getty photo)
Egyptian Foreign Minister Nabil al-Arabi speaks during a joint press conference with his
German counterpart Guido Weseterwelle after a meeting in Cairo. (Getty photo)

Foreign Minister Nabil Al Arabi of Egypt was elected as the new secretary general of the Arab League on Sunday after last minute diplomacy left him as the only candidate in the race.

Shortly before the vote, Egypt replaced its original candidate Mustafa el-Fiqqi, who was a member of ousted president Hosni Mubarak’s ruling party.

Qatar had nominated Abdul Rahman Bin Hamad al-Attiyah, who served as the head of the Gulf Cooperation Council. With both Mr. Fiqqi and Mr. Attiyah lacking consensus, their candidacies were withdrawn and the 76-year-old Mr. Arabi was nominated as a sole runner for the post.

The choice for head of the Arab League traditionally is agreed in advance, but this year, Egypt and Qatar both nominated candidates.

Mr. Elaraby, nominated shortly before foreign ministers were due to meet in Cairo on Sunday, will take over from Amr Moussa, another former Egyptian foreign minister who led the 22-nation Cairo-based body for 10 years. Mr. Moussa is expected to contest the Egyptian presidential election in September.

ArabiaNews | May15,2011 - read full post

Saturday, May 14, 2011

'Egyptians united against Israel'

14 May 2011 - Thousands of Egyptian activists poured into the streets of Cairo and other major cities to show their solidarity with the Palestinian people.

Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Predator Drones Strike with “Incredible Accuracy” – over 957 Pakistanis killed in 2010.

Over 957 extra-judicially killed and over 383 injured in 134 drone attacks launched by the US in the tribal areas of Pakistan in 2010. What remains unclear is who the greatly “accurate” drones are targeting. After all, earlier this month the US Predator Drone successfully engaged another of its targets – but it just so happened that the victims were two Americans.
Predator Drones Strike with “Incredible Accuracy” – over 957 Pakistanis killed in 2010Human Rights Commission of Pakistan Findings
The independent and most prominent human rights organisation in the country, Human Rights Commission of Pakistan (HRCP), released its 2010 annual report in which extrajudicial killings of tribal Pakistanis by the US government do not go unnoticed.
In 2010 alone the US has killed in excess of 957 without accountability and injured hundreds more in the tribal region of Pakistan. And this is only from the 134 drone strikes that the media managed to report.
It is known that that innocent people, including women and children, are routinely among the victims of the United States’ “ill-defined licence to kill without accountability” (UN Special Rapporteur on Extrajudicial Executions, Philip Aston, referring to drone attacks). But this is a puzzling reality since the drones arehailed as being “capable of incredible accuracy” once a target is locked-on. Assuming this is the case, the cause of the furore over the use of drones must lie outside the issue of its accuracy.

Cageprisoners | 10May2011 - read full post

Thursday, May 5, 2011

Bin Laden; the proverbial wolf the US cry.

May 5, 2011 - The announcement of Osama Bin Laden's alleged death has raised more questions than answers because of the ambiguities and the way US officials presented the details of his death.

Wednesday, May 4, 2011

The White House had not released Osama's photo.

May 4, 2011 - Photographs of assassinated Osama had not received the White House approval for release.

Wild West Justice?

hjmanan on May 4, 2011 - Looking back, to be more thoughtful, bringing Ben Laden to justice would meant a trial not an assasination. Shame on Obama, the American are asking, too!

Tuesday, May 3, 2011


 “Bin Laden, with his wives and followers, flew to Jalalabad on an  official plane provided by the then Afghan president, Burhanuddin Rabbani, who remains an associate of the current president, Hamid Karzai, as chairman of the high peace council”                                                                                                                                                                                                              
  By Hanan Habibzai,STAFF WRITER
 Finally, Bin Laden the most wanted man has been killed and the news is being celebrated across the United States, the news Americans were waiting for teen  years. In fact, this is the biggest news in the world I have heard in the last decade.
At last, he was found in a non-Pashtun area in a small town which president Obama refers to as ‘deep inside Pakistan’, in a region where there is the key military academy of the Pakistan army surounded the city.
His presence in Pakistan is not a surprise because many Al Qaida members, such as Khalid Shiekh and Al-libey and number of others previously arrested or killed in that country. This makes it clear that Al Qaida is not in Afghanistan but in Pakistan.
Bin Laden was a priority in American military invasion of Afghanistan, for that priority thousands of Afghan civilians have been killed during the operations. The civilian casualties since late 2001 in Afghanistan may be three times higher than those of 9/11. The same may be the case with the financial losses.
Nearly 3000s innocent men, women and children were killed in a catastrophic attack on world trade centres on 11th September 2001. This hurts anyone who believes in peace, harmony and human dignity, as president Obama added.
The hunt for Osama resulted in the invasion of Afghanistan and toppling of the Taliban regime. After the fall of Taliban, the military struggle to capture Bin Laden and his friends moved to the villages of Afghanistan where he actually did not exist at all.
US-led troops were saying that they are in Afghanistan because Al Qaida is hiding in the country, but today it has been proven that the killing and blaming of Afghans as supporters of Al Qaida was an incorrect analysis for which Afghans witnessed their sweethearts being killed or tortured.

veterans today - read full report 

Robert Fisk: Was he betrayed? Of course. Pakistan knew Bin Laden's hiding place all along.

Hillary Clinton, President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden, along with with members of the national security team, receive an update on the mission in the Situation Room

A middle-aged nonentity, a political failure outstripped by history – by the millions of Arabs demanding freedom and democracy in the Middle East – died in Pakistan yesterday. And then the world went mad.
Fresh from providing us with a copy of his birth certificate, the American President turned up in the middle of the night to provide us with a live-time death certificate for Osama bin Laden, killed in a town named after a major in the army of the old British Empire. A single shot to the head, we were told. But the body's secret flight to Afghanistan, an equally secret burial at sea? The weird and creepy disposal of the body – no shrines, please – was almost as creepy as the man and his vicious organisation.

The Americans were drunk with joy. David Cameron thought it "a massive step forward". India described it as a "victorious milestone". "A resounding triumph," Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu boasted. But after 3,000 American dead on 9/11, countless more in the Middle East, up to half a million Muslims dead in Iraq and Afghanistan and 10 years trying to find Bin Laden, pray let us have no more "resounding triumphs". Revenge attacks? Perhaps they will come, by the little groupuscules in the West, who have no direct contact with al-Qa'ida. Be sure, someone is already dreaming up a "Brigade of the Martyr Osama bin Laden". Maybe Maybe in Afghanistan, among the Taliban.Tuesday, 

3 May 2011 | the independent UK - read full report 

Osama bin Laden’s Second Death!!

By Paul Craig Roberts 

May 02, 2011 - If today were April 1 and not May 2, we could dismiss as an April fool’s joke this morning’s headline that Osama bin Laden was killed in a firefight in Pakistan and quickly buried at sea. As it is, we must take it as more evidence that the US government has unlimited belief in the gullibility of Americans. 

Think about it. What are the chances that a person allegedly suffering from kidney disease and requiring dialysis and, in addition, afflicted with diabetes and low blood pressure, survived in mountain hideaways for a decade? If bin Laden was able to acquire dialysis equipment and medical care that his condition required, would not the shipment of dialysis equipment point to his location? Why did it take ten years to find him? 

Consider also the claims, repeated by a triumphalist US media celebrating bin Laden’s death, that “bin Laden used his millions to bankroll terrorist training camps in Sudan, the Philippines, and Afghanistan, sending ‘holy warriors’ to foment revolution and fight with fundamentalist Muslim forces across North Africa, in Chechnya, Tajikistan and Bosnia.” That’s a lot of activity for mere millions to bankroll (perhaps the US should have put him in charge of the Pentagon), but the main question is: how was bin Laden able to move his money about? What banking system was helping him? The US government succeeds in seizing the assets of people and of entire countries, Libya being the most recent. Why not bin Laden’s? Was he carrying around with him $100 million dollars in gold coins and sending emissaries to distribute payments to his far-flung operations? 

Doc Shabbir Ali Khan on Tuesday, 03 May 2011

Bin Laden Is Dead, Obama Says.

Doug Mills/The New York Times
President Obama announced the killing of Osama bin Laden at the White House on Sunday.

WASHINGTON — Osama bin Laden, the mastermind of the most devastating attack on American soil in modern times and the most hunted man in the world, was killed in a firefight with United States forces in Pakistan on Sunday, President Obama announced

In a late-night appearance in the East Room of the White House, Mr. Obama declared that “justice has been done” as he disclosed that American military and C.I.A. operatives had finally cornered Bin Laden, the leader of Al Qaeda, who had eluded them for nearly a decade. American officials said Bin Laden resisted and was shot in the head. He was later buried at sea.

The news touched off an extraordinary outpouring of emotion as crowds gathered outside the White House, in Times Square and at the ground zero site, waving American flags, cheering, shouting, laughing and chanting, “U.S.A., U.S.A.!” In New York City, crowds sang “The Star-Spangled Banner.” Throughout downtown Washington, drivers honked horns deep into the night.

NYT | May1,2011 : read full report