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Friday, September 30, 2011

Egyptian's return to Tahrir Square

Uploaded by AlJazeeraEnglish on 30 Sep 2011 - Thousands of Egyptians have returned to Cairo's Tahrir square. They want changes to election laws, and the scrapping of the long-hated emergency laws as well. Al Jazeera's Sherine Tadros reports from Cairo on the particular significance of this week's gatherings.



Gadaffi making a comeback!

Libya Media Front: 'No NATO success without Al Jazeera'.

 Uploaded by RussiaToday on 30 Sep 2011 - One of those Arab uprising countries which Obama blames for his economic strife is Libya where NATO's still trying to force Gaddafi loyalists into submission. Anti-regime fighters have now taken control of the airport in the fugutive Colonel's hometown of Sirte, the last stronghold of his loyalists. Civilians continue to flee the violence, saying NATO's hitting their homes. Sukant Chandan joins us from London. He's from 'British Civilians For Peace in Libya'.



Iran Looks East To Bypass Western Sanctions

Uploaded by VOAvideo on 29 Sep 2011 - Years of diplomatic pressure and sanctions from the United Nations and Western powers have so far failed to persuade Iran to give up its nuclear program. This week, Iran published figures claiming that trade with China has soared in the past year. The United States is pressuring China to adhere to sanctions -- but as Henry Ridgwell reports for VOA from London, there are growing calls for a change of approach in the West's dealings with Tehran.



Malaysia : Kenyataan Bersama Peminpin Pakatan Rakyat



 
Kenyataan Bersama Peminpin Pakatan Rakyat
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"It's quite clear that DAP opposes it and PAS and PKR respect this... We acknowlege the differences in ideology in Pakatan, as a democraric coalition and this involves PAS' stand on syariah law," Anwar said.


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We note the non-homogeneous distribution based on faith within Malaysia - both in Peninsular Malaysia & East malaysia, under the jurisdiction of different state governments. This diversity demands tolerance in such a manner that "the tyranny of consensus" at Federal level does not infringe the local (state) aspirations and demands or prevent it.

 While maintaining the letter & spirit of the Federal Constitution, a situation should be created and tailored to allow for local (state) aspirations and demands.

 Thus, if it need be, all parties should be agreeable to correct and make good the present situation, to allow such a situation, where local aspirations and demands can be implemented and practiced. To realized this objective and end, it may involved ammending the constitution to accomodate local (state) aspirations and demands.


ISI POSITION STATEMENT : "OccupytheWallStreet" Protest


The ISLAMIC SOLIDARITY  INTERNATIONAL extend our solidarity and express our unequivocal support to the protesters in the OccupytheWallStreet Protest. We do cherish and value your efforts to bring to the world's attention and your honourable struggle to achieve your demands, to bring about a better, just and equitable democracy to America in particular and the world at large in general:

ISI on 29 Sep 2011 :-  "OccupytheWallStreet" protest demands :

1] End policies that resulted in the concentration of wealth.
2] End to the Imperialist American Foreign Policy.
3] End unlimited influence of money in politics.
4] Creation of an inclusive participatory economics & political systems.









American Capitalist System ain't working!

Uploaded by enqilab on 29 Sep 2011 - Noam Chomsky talks on, his support on "occupy the wall street" protest to highlight the vicious social issues. An initiative to push for the relevant parties to fix the system.



Thursday, September 29, 2011

Israel & Unites States rejected ....

29 Sep 2011 - a political settlement supported by the entire world! Noam Chomsky.




It's getting worse : The Policy shift:

29 Sep 2011 - A wild west justice continuum : Bush -Torturer. Obama just kills.




Targeting Muslims: Does Anyone Care?

Where's the outrage? Where's the concern? Where's the lawsuit? For the past month, the Associated Press (with an assist from NYPD Confidential) has spotlighted a secret NYPD spying operation that targets hundreds of Muslim mosques, schools, businesses, student groups, non-governmental organizations and individuals. 

 It seems no exaggeration to say that the NYPD has infiltrated every level of Muslim life in NYC. Last week, the AP described how the NYPD has spied on the city's Moroccan communities. 

 The police watched Moroccan restaurants, gyms, barbershops, meat markets and taxi companies -- and compiled a list of every known Moroccan taxi driver, the AP reported. 

 Dubbed the "The Moroccan Initiative," this police operation placed both Moroccan immigrants and Moroccan-Americans "under surveillance and scrutinized where they ate, prayed and worked, not because of charges of wrongdoing but because of their ethnicity," the AP said.

HUFF POST NY | read full report : Sept 27, 2011

Will it or will it not ? be recognize!

Published on 28 Sep 2011 by Euronews - The UN Security Council has handed the Palestinian bid for full membership of the world body to a review panel, which will deliver its verdict within the coming weeks. The Palestinians currently have observer status but want to be recognised as a member state. Security

Council resolutions need nine votes in favour and no vetoes to pass. The United States, as one of the permanent five veto-wielding members, has said it will block the bid.





A World of Lawlessness and Chaos - As The Drone Flies


By Ralph Nader


September 28, 2011 "Information Clearing House--  The fast developing predator drone technology, officially called unmanned aerial vehicles or UAVs, is becoming so dominant and so beyond any restraining framework of law or ethics, that its use by the U.S. government around the world may invite a horrific blowback.



First some background. The Pentagon has about 7,000 aerial drones. Ten years ago there were less than 50. According to the website longwarjournal.com, they have destroyed about 1900 insurgents in Pakistan’s tribal regions. How these fighters are so clearly distinguished from civilians in those mountain areas is not clear.



Nor is it clear how or from whom the government gets such “precise” information about the guerilla leaders’ whereabouts night and day. The drones are beyond any counterattack—flying often at 50,000 feet. But the Air Force has recognized that a third of the Predators have crashed by themselves.



Compared to mass transit, housing, energy technology, infection control, food and drug safety, the innovation in the world of drones is incredible. Coming soon are hummingbird sized drones, submersible drones and software driven autonomous UAVs. The Washington Post described these inventions as “aircraft [that] would hunt, identify and fire at [the] enemy—all on its own.” It is called “lethal autonomy” in the trade.



Military ethicists and legal experts inside and outside the government are debating how far UAVs can go and still stay within what one imaginative booster, Ronald C. Arkin, called international humanitarian law and the rules of engagement. Concerns over restraint can already be considered academic. Drones are going anywhere their governors want them to go already—Iraq, Yemen, Somalia, Libya, and countries in North Africa to name a few known jurisdictions.



InformationClearingHouse : read full report  - 28 Sept 2011



Americans : Where your money goes to?

29 Sep 2011 - American aid & military expenditures.



Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Al Jazeera speaks to Pakistani Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar.

The popular Pakistan lady foreign minister, wants an honest relationship with the White House .....at present it is not a fair deal, she had wrong thoughts thus far?

 Uploaded by AlJazeeraEnglish on 27 Sep 2011 - Al Jazeera's Scott Heidlers asks Hina Rabbani Khar, the Pakistani foreign minister, about the latest rift in the complex Pakistan-US relationship (In response to Admiral Mike Mullen accusation), the Palestinian bid for recognition as a state at the United Nations and various other issues.




Israel and the Upcoming Nuclear War!

The total destruction of Israel, something used by the Zionist lobby to bilk the US out of billions for years, is no longer a dream, it is inevitable. The only question is "when?" With it a limited world war may emerge with some surprises in store. It all started long ago but we can focus back one year when Israel murdered 9 Turkish citizens in an act of piracy, peace activists on an aid ship heading for Gaza. Aid ships heading for Gaza now get a military escort from the Turkish Navy and Turkey's president is heading for Gaza and Egypt now, to slap Israel down.

 Uploaded by Snordelhans on 14 Sep 2011 - Heretic Productions present



For transcript visit site : veterans today


US gives away billions in assets in Iraq

Will Iraq has to pay for this ?



US gives away billons in assets in Iraq
The United States Depart of Defense has found a nifty way of cutting costs in planning for the withdrawal of troops from Iraq. Rather than ship home millions of pieces of equipment from Americans bases abroad, the military is simply giving them away.
Nearly two-and-a-half million pieces of equipment, estimated at a cost of $250 million, have so far been given to the Iraqi government by the US military in the last year alone, reports The Huffington Post. As the DoD looks to empty out the bases that cost Americans billions of dollars towards erecting during the last decade, everything from air conditioning units to army tanks are being handed over to the foreign government in order to avoid the costly bill of shipping those supplies back to the States.
“It’s all sunk costs,” retired Army Maj. Gen. Paul Eaton tells HuffPo. “It’s money that we spent and we’re not going to recoup.”
Meanwhile, as the US hands over millions, they are scraping their pockets in order to make ends meet domestically. Yet again, the government is being posed with a possible shutdown in the days ahead, lest lawmakers find a way to balance their ledgers.
The United States spent over $2.4 billion on building posts in Iraq, reports the Congressional Research Service, and nearly $2 billion of that came from contracts with the US Army Corps of Engineer between 2004 and 2010 — and more than half of those deals were inked in 2005 alone.
While President Obama urges lawmakers to allow for the building up of America’s own infrastructure, it looks as if the country invested billions in the last decade overseas. Now that troops prepare to come home, however, all of that is being marked up as a loss.

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Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Abu Mazen & Bibi Netanyahu speeches in the UN:

Abbas Submits Palestinian Statehood Bid to U.N:

 Uploaded by PBSNewsHour on 23 Sep 2011 - Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas submitted a formal request for U.N. membership Friday, saying negotiations with Israel had repeatedly broken down without results.





Netanyahu UN address to General Assembly Sept 23 2011 

 Uploaded by Alba5431 on 23 Sep 2011 - Binyamin Netanyahu addresses UNGA, "Palestinians want a state without peace," PM tells UN General Assembly after Palestinians submit UN request to become member-state.

 


Monday, September 26, 2011

UAV Strikes Against al Shabaab

Uploaded by STRATFORvideo on Sep 26, 2011 - Analyst Mark Schroeder discusses the latest strategy to neutralize the transnational elements of al Shabaab by conducting unmanned aerial vehicle strikes against suspected terrorist training camps.




A recent report reveals the true cost of war in Libya.

Their (Qadaffi Libya) extraordinary resistance has most certainly earned them a place in the history of modern warfare. Nowhere in modern history have an army of 100,000 and a population of 6.5 million been able to resist such an overwhelming and murderous invasion for so long.  Read more


Libya war cost revealed in a report


AJE reveals what have been used by Britain. What about others, France, Italy etc?


Abbas Submits Palestinian Statehood Bid to U.N.

Uploaded by PBSNewsHour on Sep 23, 2011 - Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas submitted a formal request for U.N. membership Friday, saying negotiations with Israel had repeatedly broken down without results.



UK’s 10-figure bill for ousting Gaddafi

Governmental estimates of US’s spending in the bombing campaign in Libya may have been one seventh of its actual cost, a military expert’s calculation suggests. The worst case figure is US$2.7 billion, or even more. 

Francis Tusa, editor of Defense Analysis, used data provided in answers to parliamentary questions and figures published by the Royal Air Force (RAF) since the operation in Libya started. 

He used two methods of calculation to estimate how much UK Ministry of Defense spent on bombing Muammar Gaddafi out of power. One method says the operation to the end of August took between $2.13 billion and $2.44 billion. The other one gives a potentially higher result – between $1.31 billion and $2.70 billion. 

The calculation did not include the cost of the continuing Libyan operation in September, or some other costs, like the transportation of hardware from the UK to the military base in Gioia del Colle, Italy. Earlier in June the government said it estimates overall cost of the campaign at $401 million.

RT : 26 Sept 2011 -  Read full report 


Palestine Elusive Peace!

Sep 26, 2011 - A short history of Palestine.



Pakistan - US relations strained by the latest US accusation

Sep 26, 2011 - The military alliance between the United States and Pakistan to fight Islamic terrorism is showing serious signs of strain. Tension has been building momentum since the US joint chiefs chairman Admiral Mike Mullen said Pakistan was exporting violent extremism to Afghanistan.



NATO still bombing Libya!

Sep 26, 2011 - Obama recognizes the NTC. The NTC asking, to get hands on Libya's frozen assets.



TAPI gas pipeline: Turkmenistan says no to a raw deal

The deadline had earlier been set to July 31 but was extended when the four countries
could not agree. PHOTO: FILE
ISLAMABAD: 
Turkmenistan has rejected the gas pricing formula proposed by its prospective buyers in the Turkmenistan-Afghanistan-Pakistan-India (TAPI) pipeline project, a blow to the US-backed project that Washington had been pushing Islamabad to accept as an alternative to the gas pipeline from Iran.

In a meeting held on May 17 and 18 earlier this year, Kabul and New Delhi had accepted Islamabad’s suggestion that the three buyers collectively propose a gas-pricing formula based on Turkmenistan’s cost of production, rather than being linked to the price of oil, which is the standard global practise.
Pakistan’s formula would restrict Turkmenistan to a fixed profit margin, rather than the variable rate that is usually offered to countries exporting gas. Pakistan has signed an agreement with Iran that would link the gas import price to the international price of oil.
Sources told The Express Tribune that technical teams from the four countries, in a recent meeting of the Technical Working Group held in the Turkmen capital of Ashgabat, had set October 15 as the deadline to finalise pricing details and sign the gas sales purchase agreement.

Friday, September 23, 2011

194th State bid @ UN.

23 Sept 2011 - Including the Independent UK, Robert Fisk comments "a pathetic president who speaks only of Israeli's trouble"




Robert Fisk: A President who is helpless in the face of Middle East reality.


Today should be Mahmoud Abbas's finest hour. Even The New York Times has discovered that "a grey man of grey suits and sensible shoes, may be slowly emerging from his shadow".
But this is nonsense. The colourless leader of the Palestinian Authority, who wrote a 600-page book on his people's conflict with Israel without once mentioning the word "occupation", should have no trouble this evening in besting Barack Hussein Obama's pathetic, humiliating UN speech on Wednesday in which he handed US policy in the Middle East over to Israel's gimmick government.

Thursday, September 22, 2011

22 Sept 2011 : Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad in UN Gen. Assembly.

Uploaded by PBSNewsHour on Sep 22, 2011 - Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad took to the podium at the U.N. General Assembly Thursday - one day after two American hikers were released from prison in Tehran - to deliver a speech strongly condemning the United States.



Neocon plan to invade seven countries in five years.

Posted September 14, 2011 - Former four star general and NATO commander Wesley Clark talks about the neocon plan to invade seven countries in five years. Included in the plan was an attack on Libya. Clark mentions the plan at two minutes, 26 seconds into the video.




'US builds secret drone bases in Africa'

Uploaded by PressTVGlobalNews on Sep 21, 2011 - United States is to build a series of new secret drone bases in Africa and the Arabian Peninsula, in an attempt to target suspected militants in Somalia and Yemen.
 


Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Rabbani on RT: Last TV talk before brutal death.

Uploaded by RussiaToday on Sep 20, 2011 - Days before he was brutally killed, Former Afghan President and head of the High Peace Council Burhanuddin Rabbani told RT's sister channel Russia Al Youm that despite the difficulties, he had high hopes for the peace process in his country. President Rabbani led Afghanistan during the 1990s. Most recently, he ran the country's peace council, attempting to negotiate a political solution between the government and the Taliban. The High Peace Council was intended to open a dialogue with insurgents who had been trying to bring down his government since the US-led invasion overthrew their regime in late 2001. It was inaugurated in 2010, amid mounting reports of secret peace talks with Taliban leaders and key insurgent groups. Delivering his acceptance speech, Rabbani said he was "confident" that peace was possible -- and he continued to believe and work towards achieving that peace until the end.



"Letters from Palestine".

written by Kenneth Ring and Ghassan Abdullah.

 Uploaded by PressTVGlobalNews on Sep 20, 2011 - In this edition of the show we discuss the book: Letters from Palestine, written by Kenneth Ring and Ghassan Abdullah. Letters from Palestine offers an American audience a rare opportunity to listen to actual Palestinian people as they describe what it is like to live in the occupied territories of the West Bank or Gaza, or to grow up as a Palestinian in the US Their accounts are lively, poignant, searing, and tragic, yet often laced with touches of surreal humor. By showing Palestinians in all their humanity, Letters from Palestine enables American readers to see beyond the usual stereotypes.



South East Asia Competitions / Confrontations

Uploaded by STRATFORvideo on Sep 20, 2011 :



Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Robert Fisk: Why the Middle East will never be the same again.



The Palestinians won't achieve statehood, but they will consign the 'peace 
process' to history.

Tuesday, 20 September 2011

After years of mistrust, the Palestinian move at UN indicates how far away a two-state solution is
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After years of mistrust, the Palestinian move at UN indicates how far away a two-state solution is


Personally, I think "Palestine" is a fantasy state, impossible to create now that the Israelis have stolen so much of the Arabs' land for their colonial projects. Go take a look at the West Bank, if you don't believe me. Israel's massive Jewish colonies, its pernicious building restrictions on Palestinian homes of more than one storey and its closure even of sewage systems as punishment, the "cordons sanitaires" beside the Jordanian frontier, the Israeli-only settlers' roads have turned the map of the West Bank into the smashed windscreen of a crashed car. 


Sometimes, I suspect that the only thing that prevents the existence of "Greater Israel" is the obstinacy of those pesky Palestinians. But we are now talking of much greater matters. This vote at the UN – General Assembly or Security Council, in one sense it hardly matters – is going to divide the West – Americans from Europeans and scores of other nations – and it is going to divide the Arabs from the Americans. It is going to crack open the divisions in the European Union; between eastern and western Europeans, between Germany and France (the former supporting Israel for all the usual historical reasons, the latter sickened by the suffering of the Palestinians) and, of course, between Israel and the EU.


read full article : Robert Fisk



Palestine : Pulling the Thread of Self-Determination


By Vacy Vlazna

There may be some truth in Israel's squawking that the Palestinian bid for state membership in the UN will delegitimize Israel. A cursory look over the history of Israel's creation reveals legal loopholes in which the legitimate state of the whole of historic Palestine remains intact.

Once the thread of self-determination is pulled, notably article 22 of the Covenant of the League of Nations which is still binding for all members states of the UN under UN Charter article 80(1), the legitimacy of the State of Israel on 88% of stolen land begins unravelling and  the settling for 22% of Palestinian soil becomes ludicrous.
Palestine's right to self-determination and independence has been affirmed repeatedly since the early 1900s. 
In 1916, the first commitment to Arab independence, over an area spanning Egypt to Persia,  was  given by the British government in correspondence between the British High Commissioner Henry McMahon and Grand Sharif Hussein, the guardian of the holy city of Mecca, in exchange for an Arab alliance with the Triple Entente to defeat the Ottoman  Empire.

On November 2, 1917, while Palestine was still part of the Ottoman Empire with a slight minority of Jews, a letter, the Balfour Declaration was sent to the British Zionists illegally promising to facilitate a Jewish national homeland in Palestine with the stipulation - "it being clearly understood that nothing shall be done which may prejudice the civil and religious rights of existing non-Jewish communities in Palestine".

"Its promise to use its best endeavours to facilitate the Zionist project could be interpreted as a promise to give to the Zionists what Britain did not have to give, in violation of the established legal maxim nemo dat quod non habet (nobody can give what he does not possess)."[1]

Read full post : PalestineChronicle 


Israel offers direct talks with the Palestinians.

Published on Sep 19, 2011 by Euronews - The diplomatic crisis precipitated by President Mahmoud Abbas over Palestinian statehood appears to have forced Israel on to the back foot. His intention to call for full UN membership despite opposition by both Israel and the US has provoked an invitation for renewed direct talks from Israel's Prime Minister. The US has said it will veto the Palestinian move. US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is one of those holding last minute talks to persuade the Palestinians not to proceed.




The New World Order

by Henry Makow : Uploaded by MzRommel on Sep 14, 2011



Monday, September 19, 2011

Here We Go Again? 'NATO recruiting jihadists to invade Syria'.

‎:: Where are we heading? - After an exhaustive experienced ousting "a foreign backed" regime of Afghanistan and long years of wait & war to "gain" Afghanistan. And the recent experience in ousting "local regime" of Libya. Are these "Agents of Global bankers & industrialists" trying to "regime change" and place their "local agents" to head new "vassal states" that will crystallize into a NWO?
: towards A day like a day in own time? 

 Uploaded by RussiaToday on Sep 19, 2011 - Across in Syria, at least four people were reportedly killed in crackdowns on anti-government protests on Sunday. The ongoing violence in the country has left more than two and a half thousand dead in the past few months. Moscow's stepping up its efforts to mediate a peaceful solution to the conflict. A team of Russian lawmakers is on the ground on a fact-finding mission in the country. They say Damascus appears to be committed to Democratic reform. The Kremlin is also circulating a draft resolution at the UN that's aimed at urging the warring sides towards dialogue. Moscow's approach rivals the U.S.-backed draft, which targets Damascus and urges President Assad to step down. Political analyst Michel Chossudovsky says the Russian delegation will have its hands full in Syria.



Saturday, September 17, 2011

Aafia Allowed Visit From Family Member After 2-1/2 Years!


Sept. 13, 2011

Visiting Aafia
A message from Aafia's family after Aafia is allowed to visit with her brother for the first time in almost 2-1/2 years:

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Last April we were both honored and stunned when a hundred Americans gave up part of their Saturday to stand outside Carswell Prison for several hours in the hot Texas sun to support our family's effort to contact Aafia. The actions of those courageous people responding to a call by The Peace Thru Justice Foundation paid off almost immediately. Five days later Aafia was allowed to call her family and she got to hear her children's voices for the first time in eight years.

This demonstration also set off an unexpected chain of events. Within days the Pakistani Consulate responsible for the affairs of its citizens in Texas visited Carswell and began communication with prison officials.

On the weekend of September 10, 2011, Aafia's brother was finally allowed to visit her.

This was their first visit in almost two and a half years.

The last time they saw each other was at her sentencing hearing almost a year ago. Throughout the trial and sentencing proceedings they were not allowed to speak to each other and one of the court officers made a point of sitting directly between them so they couldn't see each other.

We believe this visit is the direct result of the willingness of American citizens to exercise their First Amendment right "of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a  
redress of grievances."
Our family would also like to thank the International Justice Network for their advice and support.
Credit must also be given to Pakistan's Consulate in Houston for their assistance and contributions in this effort.

Requests have been made for future visits in October and November.

We are troubled because this visit required so much effort and persistence by so many. The system says that as long as Aafia obeys prison rules she is entitled to have visitors. We have not been told that Aafia has violated the rules. We have been told that "our normal rules don't seem to apply to your sister."

We are not asking for special conditions or priveleges for Aafia. We are asking that the rules that apply to all the other prisoners be applied to her too.

Thank you for your support and God bless all of you.

Aafia's Family


Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Evidence that Al-Qaeda Killed Hariri

Uploaded by TheRealNews on Sep 12, 2011 - Gareth Porter: UN inquiry ignored confessions and other facts in-order to pin assassination on Hezbollah.



'US seeking peace with Taliban'.

Uploaded by PressTVGlobalNews on Sep 13, 2011 - A prominent political analyst says that the United States is secretly seeking to negotiate with the Taliban to convince the militant group to become part of Afghanistan's political structure. An exclusive interview with Marvin Weinbaum, scholar in residence at the Middle East Institute.



Iran named Al-Qaeda's ally: 'Drum beat for US attack'

Uploaded by RussiaToday on Sep 13, 2011 - There will be no warm welcome for Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad in New York when he visits for the UN General Assembly. A massive billboard in Times Square accuses Iran of allying with al-Qaeda. The huge poster was put up by the "United Against Nuclear Iran" group, which opposes Tehran's nuclear plans. It also wants hotels to refuse to accomodate Ahmadinejad. But Ivan Eland of the Independent Institute think-thank told RT that attacking Iran risks increasing its desire for nuclear weapons.



Bitter fruit of revolution.

Uploaded by RussiaToday on Sep 13, 2011 - Amnesty International has called on Libya's new authorities to prevent human rights abuses. There are allegations of violations committed by both rebels and Colonel Gaddafi's troops. Most of the country is now under rebel control, with only a few pockets of Gaddafi loyalists still fighting. But some people in the capital say the only fruits of the revolution they're seeing are uncertainty and fear, as RT's Maria Finoshina reports.



Monday, September 12, 2011

Afghan pain in terror war continues.

Published on Sep 12, 2011 by Euronews : As the United States continues to strive for sustainable security, unseen dangers are with the people of Afghanistan every day. It has been a violent decade since the US retaliated for history's worst terrorist attack. In one Red Cross centre in Kabul alone, 5,000 Afghans have been treated for a missing limb... torn off by insurgents' improvised bombs. Some of the men accused of making the bombs are locked up. In this Kandahar prison, Farid Ahmad is just 18 years old. More than 20 bombs are said to have been his work.



911 & Iranian Nukes revisited.

BBC Correspondent says MOSSAD did 9/11 and Iran doesn't want Nukes.

Uploaded by 91177info on May 27, 2010 - Former Senior BBC Mideast Correspondent Alan Hart says on air that Israeli Mossad did 9/11.




Sunday, September 11, 2011

911-11 : Afghanistan - Any possibility of false flag operation.

Uploaded by RussiaToday on Sep 11, 2011 
77 U.S. soldiers and 25 Afghan civilians have been injured in a suicide bomber assault on an American military base in eastern Afghanistan. It's one of a series of attacks on the anniversary of September 11th. Earlier two Afghan civilians were killed after a large truck bomb exploded outside a NATO outpost. And two separate roadside bombings killed 10 Afghans close to the capital Kabul.




Muslims at the receiving ends.

10 Years After 9/11: Era of Endless Wars?

 Uploaded by RussiaToday on Sep 11, 2011 - It was a tragedy that claimed the lives of thousands in an instant, and later bring two wars with an even more monstrous death toll. The United States is marking a decade since the 9/11 terror attacks on New York and Washington D.C. It was the worst strike on U.S. soil in history, which united a nation in its determination to seek out the perpetrators, and prevent more deaths. 
 But the American-led invasion of Afghanistan that followed 9/11, has claimed thousands more lives in what's now the longest conflict in U.S. history. While the initial aim of the war on terror was to target Al Qaeda, which was blamed for the attack on America, the fight was soon extended to Iraq. And as RT's Gayane Chichakyan reports, the new U.S. President has taken the battle even further.




Egyptians taking matters into their own hands!

Israel ambassador left Egypt. Egypt & Israel have no diplomatic ties now! What next? 

Saturday, September 10, 2011

AJE - Now looking for Gadaffi?

AJE - Assist NATO with air targets. Lead  NATO Propaganda machine ... now what?

AlJazeeraEnglish on Sep 10, 2011 - Niger a safe haven for Gaddafi loyalists

 When most of the world had written off Niger as a failed state Muammar Gaddafi stretched his hand of help pumping hundreds of millions of dollars into development. It explains why Gaddafi's top lieutenants have been given asylum here and why the ousted leader may end up fleeing to Niger. Reports say four more officers arrived in the country - bringing the tally of defectors this week to almost 20.




Sunday, September 4, 2011

Black Gold Rush in North Africa.

After over 20,000 sorties and 7500 air strikes.

 
 
 

NWO offered to rule Libya?

Comments : 1st Libyan political party asks UN to govern the country for two years. Now they want the NWO to rule Libya?  

1st Libyan political party asks UN to govern the country for two year.  1st Libyan political party asks UN to govern the country for two years. Now they want the NWO Tengku Mohd Affandi Ruthann Amarteifio Oldman Kangarooistan Jeff Prager Alex Jones to rule Libya? 

 
 
 

NATO :: Now Attack Take Over!

Comments : Before 911 - NATO :: No Action Talk Only ( a Defense Pack) . After 911 - it's different... (an Attack Pack!) NATO :: Now Attack Take Over!

NATO chief says no road map for Libya exit 
  Uploaded by PressTVGlobalNews on 3 Sep 2011 - NATO chief says no road map for Libya exit. And bombing continue to hastened deposed of the Libyan ruler Colonel Muhammar Ghadaff. NATO chief Anders Fogh Rasmussen was in Paris to discuss the future of the Libyan uprising. Rasmussen said that any timetable for NATO's withdrawal or other road map was "premature".



 
 
 

NTC military chief defends his past.

Comments: An AJE video preparing US & EU public opinion for a possible & early NATO boots to be on the ground. Will there be a necessity to do so and "take over" Libya?

Uploaded by AlJazeeraEnglish on 3 Sep 2011 - A military commander of Libya's National Transitional Council is a former leader of the Libyan Islamic fighting group, he fought in Afghanistan, he was arrested by CIA and has been described as an Islamic extremist. But Abdel Hakim Belhaj says he is an "ordinary muslim", and blames the negative labels on post-9/11 backlash.

Top Secret Friends: CIA & MI6 'intimate' with Gaddafi.

Uploaded by RussiaToday on 3 Sep 2011 - Human Rights Watch claims it's discovered thousands of documents in Libya that suggest intimate cooperation between Gaddafi's regime and British and American intelligence. It's thought much of the data deals with the rendition of suspects to Libya for interrogation. RT talks to eco-peace activist Marinella Correggia.


 
 
 

Saturday, September 3, 2011

Turkish wrath over flotilla murders.

Ankara had expelled the Israeli ambassador and senior embassy staff after it emerged that a UN report said Israel had used unreasonable force in the assault. Turkish diplomats are also being withdrawn from Israel, and military agreements between the two countries suspended. 


 
 
 

Friday, September 2, 2011

Sorry the hardest word: Turkey mad at Israel over Flotilla raid apology.

Uploaded by RussiaToday on Sep 2, 2011 - Turkey has expelled the Israeli ambassador and severed all military ties with the country over its refusal to apologise for last May's Gaza flotilla raid. This comes on the heels of a UN investigation into the deadly attack, which was obtained by the New York Times. The report found that Israel used excessive force during the raid, but that its blockade of Gaza IS legal. RT's Paula Slier reports.