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News U won't find on CNN
« on: May 17, 2007, 10:28:29 AM »

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Number Of Iraqi Civilians Slaughtered In America's War On Iraq - At Least 655,000 + +


http://tinyurl.com/usq4x
 


Number of U.S. Military Personnel Sacrificed (Officially acknowledged) In America'sWar On Iraq 3,400


http://icasualties.org/oif
 
The War in Iraq Costs


$426,219,244,504
 
See the cost in your community


http://nationalpriorities.org/index.php?option=com_wrapper&Itemid=182
 
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Kent State 37 Years Later
 
By Cindy Sheehan
 
Before we can purge our country of the hatred that is fed by greed, we must purge our own hearts of the hatred that is fueled by bitterness. Let's stand peacefully, yet firmly and fearlessly in the face of the war machine that devours our children with their blood soaked hatred.



http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article17717.htm



Bush met with Christian leaders to rally support for Iran policy:
 
"I was invited to go to Washington DC to meet with President Bush in the White House along with 12 or 13 other leaders of the pro-family movement," Dobson disclosed on his radio program Monday. "


And the topic of the discussion that day was Iraq, Iran and international terrorism. And we were together for 90 minutes and it was very enlightening and in some ways disturbing too."




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Christians to train in Israel advocacy:
 
On college campuses across the United States, Christian students are asking to join efforts to "make the case for Israel" alongside their Jewish counterparts, and this week their requests will begin to materialize.




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Tribal Indians condemn pope :
 
Indian leaders in Brazil have reacted angrily to comments by Pope Benedict that they had been purified by the Roman Catholic church since Columbus landed in the Americas in 1492.



http://snipurl.com/1kqiy
 


We're All Responsible for Iraq
 
By James Reston
 
the hypocrisy toward our troops is another instance of moral and political guilt.

 When a person flaunts his patriotism and then tolerates the exploitation of soldiers, then that citizen is morally culpable for that outrage and a participant in it.


http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article17678.htm
 

Somali forces ban women's veils :
 
Somali security forces have begun seizing and even burning Muslim women's face veils in Mogadishu, the capital of Somalia, official sources and witnesses say.
http://snipurl.com/1k3vb
 
One War Criminal Down, A Fistful to Go
 
Paul Craig Roberts
 
Many wonder why Blair destroyed his reputation and that of his country, put himself at risk of being hauled before the International Criminal Court, and squandered his time as prime minister providing cover for George Bush's war of aggression.


 The answer must be money. We will see which US corporate boards take Blair as a director and which groups pay him six-figure honorariums for speeches.


http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article17681.htm
Fighting the Taliban : Video :
 
The story of a six day battle the ministary of defense did not want you to see
http://snipurl.com/1k96w


 
Israeli Occupation Forces Shot Palestinian woman 'loses baby' :
 
A pregnant Palestinian woman lost her baby after being shot by Israeli occupation troops during an attack in the West Bank city of Nablus



http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/middle_east/6644079.stm
They Hate Us For Our Hypocrisy
 
By Eugene Robinson
 
The Bush administration says that its zero-tolerance policy against terrorism applies to all suspected evildoers, not just Muslims, and that its zero-tolerance policy against Cuba is a principled position, not just an exercise in pandering to the implacable anti-Castro exiles in Miami. On both counts, evidence suggests otherwise.



http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article17700.htm
 
The CIA -- a Terrorist Organization
 
By Claudia Nelson
 
The United States Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) can be considered a terrorist organization according to both international and American definitions of terrorism.
http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article17695.htm
 
 
Countdown to War on Iran:
 
George Bush has shown no evidence he has given up the idea of attacking Iran. Such an attack would be a disaster for European relations with the Middle East warns Alain Gresh.
http://www.middle-east-online.com/english/opinion/?id=20686
 
In case you missed it:
 
Video Israel Doesn't Want You to See :
 
Israeli army embarrassed by video broadcast



http://snipurl.com/1klqd
 



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« Reply #2 on: May 18, 2007, 01:27:53 AM »


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The Good American

By Scott Ritter

...It’s a shame for these Legionnaires that the Iraqis couldn’t have turned out to be blond, blue-eyed Germans who looked like us, and whose women could be wooed with chocolate and nylon stockings by the noble American liberator and occupier.


Or, short of that, passive Japanese, who freely submitted their women to the massage parlors and barracks of their American conquering heroes while their men rebuilt a shattered society.



...A recent U.S. Army survey shows that some 40 percent of American soldiers and Marines support the use of torture as a means of gathering intelligence.

Some 66 percent would refuse to turn in a fellow soldier or Marine for abusive actions against civilians, and less than 50 percent believe that noncombatants should be treated with dignity and respect. Ten percent of those surveyed actually admitted to abusing civilians and their property for no reason whatsoever




...I yearn for a time when “good Americans” will be able to stop and reverse equally evil policies of global hegemony achieved through pre-emptive war of aggression. I know all too well that in this case the “enemy” will only be emboldened by our silence, since at the end of the day the “enemy” is ourselves.


I can see the Harvard professor shaking an accusatory finger at me for the above statement, chiding me for creating any moral equivalency between the war in Iraq and the Holocaust. You’re right, Mr. Dershowitz. There is no moral equivalency. In America today, we should have known better, since we ostensibly stand for so much more.



 That we have collectively failed to halt and repudiate the war in Iraq makes us even worse than the Germans.



http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article17683.htm




The Pro-Israel Lobby and US Middle East Policy:
 
The Score Card for 2007
 
By James Petras
 
Today the 'Israel Firsters' do not have to 'mobilize the Democratic Congress' - they are automatically programmed to work for Israel, as is the US President. 


http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article17725.htm



War criminals praise each other:
 
Bush-Blair summit yields no regrets over Iraq tie:
 
Shoulder to shoulder at the White House for the last time before Blair steps down on June 27, the two leaders heaped praise on each other and defended themselves against critics of a war that is increasingly unpopular in both countries


http://www.alertnet.org/thenews/newsdesk/N17351775.htm
 



 
Ron Paul on Blowback
 
By Llewellyn H. Rockwell, Jr.
 
Now, I know this is a lot for the tender ears of Americans to take, who like to think that their government reflects their own values of faith, freedom, and friendliness. But here is the point that libertarians have been trying to hammer home for many years: the US government is the enemy of the American people and their values. It is not peaceful, it is not friendly, it is not motivated by the Christian faith but rather power and imperial lust.


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Re: News U won't find on CNN
« Reply #3 on: May 29, 2007, 05:02:19 PM »



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Why I Am Leaving the Democratic Party
 
By Cindy Sheehan
 
Congratulations Congress, you have bought yourself a few more months of an illegal and immoral bloodbath. And you know you mean to continue it indefinitely so "other presidents" can solve the horrid problem BushCo forced our world into.


http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article17784.htm
 
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U.S Army Destroys a Mosque: 1 Minute Video:
 
How the U.S. Helps Build A Resistance Movement In Iraq:

http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=948_1180021171
 





Why Congress Caved to Bush

Patrick J. Buchanan


http://www.worldnetdaily.com/ne ws/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=55864


The anti-war Democrats are crying betrayal - and justifiably so. For a Democratic Congress is now voting to fully fund the war in Iraq, as demanded by President Bush, and without any timetable for a U.S. troop withdrawal ...


Why did the Democrats capitulate? Because they lack the courage of their convictions. Because they fear the consequences if they put their anti-war beliefs into practice.




Because they are afraid if they defund the war and force President Bush to withdraw U.S. troops, the calamity he predicts will come to pass and they will be held accountable for losing Iraq and the strategic disaster that might well ensue.



How Many More Will Die for Bush's Ego?


Paul Craig Roberts


http://www.counterpunch.org/roberts12092006.ht ml

As long as Bush remains in office, the neoconservatives will demand more wars. In the current issue of "Foreign Policy," neocon Joshua Muravchik stridently insists that Bush bomb Iran before he leaves office. Muravchik urges his fellow neocon warmongers to "pave the way" for the bombing of Iran and to "be prepared to defend the action when it comes."


 As Middle East expert Anthony Sullivan writes, the neoconservatives are "fifth columnists" whose "real concern is not the United States but Israel." Sullivan writes that "it is past time that neoconservatives and their movement be left to drown in the deepest reaches of the ocean."


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"Good Riddance Attention Whore"

By CindySheehan



This is my resignation letter as the "face" of the American anti-war movement.


 This is not my "Checkers" moment, because I will never give up trying to help people in the world who are harmed by the empire of the good old US of A, but I am finished working in, or outside of this system.



This system forcefully resists being helped and eats up the people who try to help it. I am getting out before it totally consumes me or anymore people that I love and the rest of my resources.


Good-bye America ...you are not the country that I love and I finally realized no matter how much I sacrifice, I can’t make you be that country unless you want it.

It’s up to you now.

full  article here

Why Casey Died For Nothing"
 


By Cindy Sheehan
 
This is my resignation letter as the "face" of the American anti-war movement.



This is not my "Checkers" moment, because I will never give up trying to help people in the world who are harmed by the empire of the good old US of A, but I am finished working in, or outside of this system. This system forcefully resists being helped and eats up the people who try to help it. I am getting out before it totally consumes me or anymore people that I love and the rest of my resources.


http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article17787.htm



Worse than the worst:
 
Iraq: it's worse than you can possibly imagine, and worse than we can possibly know.


http://snipurl.com/1mmv7




Clinton didn't read 2002 Iraq report:
 
U.S. Sen. Hillary Clinton, D-N.Y., is among several presidential candidates who didn't read a 2002 intelligence report on Iraq before voting for war. Members of Congress had to read the report in a secure location but The Washington Post said in 2004 only six senators registered and read it before the vote authorizing the invasion.


Afghan women cry for help : 3 Minute Video :
 
Self-immolation by women continues to be a problem in the Afghan province of Herat, with on average 10 women a month attempting suicide by setting themselves on fire. Not all of them succeed.


Blix: Iran nuclear halt 'not logical' :
 
In an article published in the Boston Review, Hans Blix said it would be easier to convince Iran to suspend its uranium enrichment if nuclear countries agreed to do the same thing.



http://www.presstv.ir/detail.aspx?id=11377

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http://snipurl.com/1mmve
 

UN envoy says Israel attacks on Gaza excessive:
 
A U.N. human rights investigator criticised Israel on Tuesday for violating international law in the Gaza Strip through a "disproportionate" use of force and killing of civilians.



http://today.reuters.co.uk/news/CrisesArticle.aspx?rpc=401&storyId=L29522201
 
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Why I am Ashamed to be a U.S. Citizen



By Doug Soderstrom

I never cease to be amazed at how terribly ethnocentric the typical American tends to be.

It is almost as if having been born in the United States confers upon one the right to think of himself as a privileged person, a contrived sense of status that no doubt lies at the very heart of everything that I will discuss in this paper.




http://www.informationclearinghouse....ticle17810.htm


Democrats Are Weak

Video: Interview With Cindy Sheehan

In a rare live interview following her Memorial Day farewell message, she talks with Riz about why she is leaving the peace movement, her disillusionment with US policy and what lies ahead.




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Lies and outrages... would you believe it?
 
By Robert Fisk
 
It was Israel which attacked Egypt after Nasser closed the straits of Tiran.


http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article17853.htm
 
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Lies, Sighs and Politics
 
By Paul Krugman
 
Folks, this is serious. If early campaign reporting is any guide, the bad media habits that helped install the worst president ever in the White House haven't changed a bit



http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article17851.htm



Bush in "Fantasyland" :
 
"President Bush is rushing to deploy a technology that does not work against a threat that does not exist,"




http://www.thenation.com/blogs/edcut?pid=203257

Putin's Censored Press Conference
 
The transcript you weren't supposed to see
 
By Mike Whitney
 
The Bush administration has carried out an aggressive strategy to surround Russia with military bases, install missiles on its borders, topple allied regimes in Central Asia, and incite political upheaval in Moscow through US-backed "pro-democracy" groups.


 These openly hostile actions have convinced many Russian hard-liners that the administration is going forward with the neocon plan for "regime change" in Moscow and fragmentation of the Russian Federation. Putin's testimony suggests that the hardliners are probably right.



http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article17856.htm

War Pimp Alert
 
U.S. Senator Says Military Action in Iran Possible
 
By Reuters
 
Sen. Joseph Lieberman, a long-time supporter of the Iraq war, said on Sunday military force might be necessary to stop Iran from training and equipping extremists who are killing U.S. troops.


http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article17858.htm



Widespread Lies -- An American Woe
 
By Emily Spence
 
How could such a sizable portion of US citizens be so easily duped and what agents are responsible for such easy acceptance of erroneous conclusions? In other words, who created these bogus sets of facts and, equally important, were they deliberately crafted?



http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article17859.htm


George Bush's Power Grap ... . Is martial Law Coming?
 
10 Minute C-Span Video
http://tinyurl.com/2qpgev

Loss of Liberty : Video
 
'Loss of Liberty' dramatically attempts to prove, beyond any doubt, that the attack by Israel on June 8, 1967 against the US naval intelligence gathering ship USS Liberty, in which 34 Americans were killed and 171 wounded, was deliberate.


http://tinyurl.com/ynqawm
 
The picture that proves 'torture flights' are STILL landing in the UK:
 
The row over CIA 'torture flights' using British airports has deepened following fresh evidence that a plane repeatedly linked to the controversial programme landed in the UK just days ago.
http://tinyurl.com/32rzwx
 
Torture is NEVER justified...and our spineless leaders must find the courage to tell that to Bush:
 
The tycoon who famously donated £5m to the Tories tells why he now feels compelled to give his money to a very different cause
http://tinyurl.com/2kbvzw


 
Have We Just Seen The Last U.S. Combat Injury In Iraq? :
 
This photo -- taken by embedded photojournalist Michael Kamber two weeks ago during a fateful patrol in search of missing U.S soldiers -- could well become the last visual evidence of U.S. casualties in the Iraq war.
http://tinyurl.com/28tvqz
 

In case you missed it:
 
Kidnap and Torture American Style: Video:
 
Kidnap and Torture American Style follows the stories of terror suspects. Some of them are British residents, who have been snatched from streets and airports throughout the world before being flown to the Middle-East and Africa. In countries such as Syria and Egypt, they undergo agonising ordeals before being incarcerated, without ever facing an open trial.
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Number Of Iraqi Civilians Slaughtered In America's War On Iraq - At Least


655,000 + +





http://tinyurl.com/usq4x
 
Number of U.S. Military Personnel Sacrificed (Officially acknowledged) In America'sWar On Iraq 3504



http://icasualties.org/oif/
 
The War in Iraq Costs
$432,805,108,172
 
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Don't Trust Government
 
By Charley Reese
 
In reading an excellent book, Satanic Purses: Money, Myth and Misinformation, by R.T. Naylor, I suddenly realized why Adolf Hitler was so popular during the first years of his administration.




http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article17854.htm




All They Have is Each Other..
 
By Sheila Samples
 
To Bush, body bags and deaths are simply an inconvenience and, with the help of the corporate media, he is very adept at hiding them from prying eyes.





http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article17827.htm
 
"So Who Are we Honoring Here?"
 
By David Michael Green
 
Maybe this was once the land of the free and the home of brave, perhaps way back in the olden times of the twentieth century. But right now the free are at home with their wide-screen TVs and the brave are retiring from the field, exhausted and disgusted.



http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article17824.htm




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The Measure of a Life, in Dollars and Cents
 
By Walter Pincus
 
What's an Iraqi life worth? How about an Iraqi car? - For the U.S. military in Iraq, it may be roughly the same.



http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article17899.htm
 


What Every American Should Know About Iraq
 
By David Michael Green
 
While many can imagine political leaders making mistakes, most Americans find it inconceivable that an American president could actually put personal or political interests ahead of the national interest or the welfare of the troops, especially on so grave an issue as war and peace.




http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article17891.htm




In the Absence of Reason
 
By Charles Sullivan
 
My coworkers are good people, but they are sadly misinformed about the world in general, and things political in particular.


They have subscribed to the mythos that the United States can do no wrong, and that the actions of the government in the Middle East, and elsewhere, are not only justified, but sanctified by god. That is the thinking behind manifest destiny.




http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article17896.htm


A cry for justice from a good man who expected us to protect his son
 
By Robert Fisk
 
I had seen British military brutality in Northern Ireland - I had even been threatened by British officers in Belfast - but I somehow thought that things had changed, that a new, more disciplined army had emerged from the dark, sinister days of the Irish conflict.

 But I was wrong.

Baha Mousa, Daoud's son, had died from the injuries he received in British custody, a young, decent man whose father was a cop, who did nothing worse than work as a receptionist in a Basra hotel.



http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article17897.htm

 
War Foretold: Mark Twain and the Sins of Our Race
 
By Ramzy Baroud
 
When I resorted to Mark Twain's writings I attempted to escape, at least temporarily from my often distressing readings on war, politics and terror. But his "The Mysterious Stranger", although published 1916, still left me with an eerie feel.



The imaginative story calls into question beliefs that we hold as a "matter of course" - a favorite phrase of his. It summons the awful tendencies of "our race": our irrational drive for violence, be it burning 'witches' at the stake or engaging in wars that only serve the "little monarchs and the nobilities."




http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article17898.htm


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Exposed : Abu Ghraib - Sodomy And Humiliation
 

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Must Listen: Democracy Interviews Seymour Hersh
 
Seymour Hersh Reveals Rumsfeld Misled Congress over Abu Ghraib. How Gen. Taguba says the military has unpublished photographs and videos that show the abuse and torture was even worse than previously disclosed.



That includes video of a male American soldier in uniform sodomizing a female detainee, and information of the sexual humiliation of a father and his son.



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The US fears "the power of words to make people outside realize that these are human beings who have not had their day in court," Falkoff says.
 
CAIRO — Poems scratched on paper cups and written with toothpaste by detainees at Guantanamo will soon be out in a book, giving in rare insight into their harrowing dilemma and fading hopes, The Independent reported on Thursday, June 21.

"What the military fears is not so much the possibility of secret messages being communicated, but the power of words to make people outside realize that these are human beings who have not had their day in court," says Marc Falkoff, the book editor.

The 84-page volume "Poems from Guantanamo: The Detainees Speak" will hit the shelves in August, combining 22 poems by 17 detainees.

Falkoff, a Law professor at the US Northern Illinois University and attorney for several detainees, said the idea came out in 2005 when he received two poems written in Arabic from his clients.

He contacted other lawyers and discovered that they had received poems from other detainees.

Some of these works were originally scratched into foam beverage cups with pebbles, and had to be recreated from memory when the cups were confiscated.

Falkoff said the US Department of Defense did not approve the release of poetry in its original language and the works were translated into English under stifling censorship.

The US military even prevented publication of many other poems.

"These are the same military censors who in 2004 tried to stop me receiving allegations of abusive treatment of my clients who were being subjected to intense heat and cold and forced to remain standing."

The US has been holding hundreds of detainees in the notorious detention center since 2002.

In a new stunning blow and embarrassment to the Bush administration, US military judges dropped on Monday, June 4, all war crimes charges against the only two detainees facing trial.

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"Mohammad, I am afflicted," Hai says in his poem, addressing the son he has never seen.
 
Falkoff said the book is an attempt to give voice to the detainees and convey their plight to the world.

In one of the works, "death poem", Bahraini Jumah al-Dossari, held in solitary confinement since 2003, reveals his torment.

The 33-year-old has tried to take his own life 12 times since his being thrown into Guantanamo.

Take my blood.

Take my death shroud and

The remnants of my body

Take photographs of my corpse at the grave, lonely.




Send them to the world,

To the judges and

To the people of conscience,



Send them to the principled men and the fair-minded.

Other poems fature feelings of homesickness and missing loved ones, like one written as a conversation with the surrounding sea.

"Do our chains offend you? ... You are taunting us in our captivity," reads the poem.

"I want to dive into you and swim back to my home."



In his poem, "Humiliated in the Shackles", Sami al-Haj, who was covering the Afghanistan war for al-Jazeera at the time of his arrested in 2001, addresses the son her has never seen.



Mohammad, I am afflicted.

In my despair, I have no one but Allah for comfort.

The oppressors are playing with me,

As they move freely around the word.

To Allah I direct my grievance and my tears.

I am homesick and oppressed.

Mohammad, do not forget me.
 
 
 


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God curses usury, and blesses acts of charity. God has no love for ungrateful sinners. The Lord will reward those who have faith and do good works, who say their prayers and pay the poor-rate. They have nothing to fear or regret.

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 Blank-Check Aid To Israel Costs U.S. Tax Payers $10 Billion Per Year:
 
 Congress skillfully gives Israel $10 billion a year to expand its brutal occupation of Palestinian lands in a manner that hides the amount from taxpayers.


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The CIA and Fatah; Spies, Quislings and the Palestinian Authority

By Mike Whitney

06/20/07 "ICH " -- - When Hamas gunmen stormed the Fatah security compounds in Gaza last week they found huge supplies of American-made weaponry including 7,400 M-16 assault rifles, dozens of mounted machine guns, rocket launchers, 7 armored military jeeps, 800,000 rounds of bullets and 18 US-made armored personnel carriers. They also discovered something far more valuable--- CIA files which purportedly contain "information about the collaboration between Fatah and the Israeli and American security organizations; CIA methods on how to prevent attacks, chase and follow after cells of Hamas and the Committees; plans about Fatah assassinations of members of Hamas and other organizations; and American studies on the security situation in Gaza." (Aaron Klein, WorldNetDaily. com )

If the documents prove to be authentic, they will confirm what many critics of Fatah believed from the beginning; that US-Israeli intelligence agencies have been collaborating with high-ranking members of the PA to help crush the Palestinian national liberation movement. The information could be disastrous for Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas and his newly-appointed "emergency government". It could destroy their credibility before they even take office.

The extent of Fatah's cooperation with the CIA is still unknown, but an article in The New York Sun, ("Hamas Takes over Gaza Security Services" 6-15-07) suggests that the two groups may have been working together closely. Former Middle East CIA operations officer Robert Baer, who was interviewed in the article, said that the discovery of the documents was "a major blow to Fatah" and will show "a record of training, spying on Hamas".

Baer added ironically, "Fatah equals CIA is not a good selling point."

Baer is right. The uncovering of the documents is "big trouble" for Abbas who is already facing a loss of public confidence from his closeness to Israel and for his appointment of Salam Fayyad, the ex-World bank official who the Israeli newspaper Ha'aretz calls "everyone's favorite Palestinian. "

Perhaps more significant is the fact that members of Hamas who spoke with WorldNetDaily claimed that "the files contain, among other information, details of CIA networks in the Middle East" and that Hamas plans to "use these documents and make portions public to prove the collaboration between America and traitor Arab countries." Imagine what a headache it will be for the Bush administration if Hamas exposes the broader network of US spies and Arab quislings operating throughout region.

Bush Support for "Regime Change" in the PA

It's no secret that the Bush administration has been funneling money to Palestinian militias that are preparing to overthrow Hamas. On Monday, Condoleezza Rice announced that the US would resume "full assistance to the Palestinian government" and end the year long boycott to the people in the West Bank. The new aid—which could amount to as much as $86 million---will be used to shore up the PA security apparatus and pay the salaries of officials in the "emergency government." The uncovering of the CIA documents in Gaza will cast a cloud over the administration' s largesse and make Abbas look like a Palestinian Karzai who gets financial treats from Washington to follow their diktats.

Yesterday, Condoleezza Rice was given the task of outlining the administration' s new policy vis-à-vis the Abbas' "emergency government". The Bush team had already decided the night before that they would throw their full support behind Abbas and his "unelected" clatter of pro-western stooges. Rice could hardly contain her glee the next day when she ascended the podium and began wagging her finger reproachfully at Hamas:

"Hamas has made its choice," Condi growled. "It has sought to attempt to extinguish democratic debate with violence and to impose its extremist's agenda on the Palestinian people in Gaza, now responsible Palestinians are making their choice and it is the duty of the international community to support those Palestinians who wish to build a better life and a future of peace."

This typically Orwellian statement was intended to justify the deposing of the legally-elected government of Palestine. No matter; Rice's pronouncements are always reiterated verbatim in the media without challenge regardless of how incongruous they may be.

The Bush administration had plenty of time to observe developments on the ground and make an informed decision about what to do next. There was no need to hurry. Instead, they decided to blunder ahead and launch their "West Bank First" policy which commits US support to Abbas without any consideration of the public mood. The frantic pace of the decision-making, makes it look like Bush and Olmert are elevating Abbas to promote their own political agendas. Naturally, the Palestinians can be expected to resent this conspicuous outside meddling.

Former President Jimmy Carter was the first to blast Bush's new plan. He said that "the United States, Israel and the European Union must end their policy of favoring Fatah over Hamas, or they will doom the Palestinian people to deepening conflict between the rival movements…. Carter said that Hamas, besides winning a fair and democratic mandate that should have entitled it to lead the Palestinian government and that the Bush administration's refusal to accept the 2006 election victory of Hamas was 'criminal.'"

Carter's comments appeared in just one newspaper--the Jerusalem Post. The ex-president has been increasingly marginalized since he dared to imply that Israel is an apartheid state. But Carter's analysis is dead-on---Bush is just aggravating an already tense situation. He'd be better off trying to bring the two sides together and reconciling their differences rather than igniting a potentially explosive confrontation. Besides, Abbas' close ties to Washington and Tel Aviv doesn't bode well for his government's long-term prospects. The US and Israel are widely reviled in the occupied territories and, as author Khalid Amayreh says, "Palestinians won't accept a Vichy Government.

Three days ago Abbas disbanded the Hamas-dominated parliament and sacked Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh. Abbas had no legal justification for this action. In fact, the "Basic Law" which applies to this case stipulates that "The President cannot suspend the legislative Council during a state of emergency" and there is "no provision whatsoever for an emergency government". The president does not even have the authority to "call for new elections"-- -let alone, replace the elected representatives of the people. Abbas only support comes from political leaders in Tel Aviv and Washington and their reluctant accomplices in the EU.

The key issue here is whether democratic elections have any real meaning or if they can simply be rescinded by executive decree?

This question should be as relevant to Americans as it is to Palestinians. After all, both people now face a similar predicament; the flagrant abuse of executive authority to enhance the powers of the president. In both cases, the president must be forced to conform to the law. Democracy cannot be decided by fiat.

Free elections are not a crime---that is, unless one lives in the Occupied Territories. Then voting for the candidate of one's choice provides the justification for cutting off food, water, medicine, and financial resources—as well a stepping up a campaign of illegal detentions, destruction of personal property and targeted assassinations.

This is what the "Bush Doctrine" looks like in the Gaza Strip today. The occupants of the "most densely populated place on earth" participated in the balloting at insistence of the Bush administration and they've been rewarded for their cooperation with a savage boycott and daily brutality.

If Bush didn't want democracy, then why did he force it on the Palestinians?

Political powerbrokers in the US and Israel immediately rejected the election results and initiated a plan to scuttle Hamas through economic strangulation, persistent harassment and covert warfare. For the last year, the newly "elected" government has shown remarkable restraint under constant assault. Hamas has kept its word and refrained from suicide bombings in Israel even though hundreds of Palestinian civilians have been killed or injured during that same time. In fact, there has NOT BEEN ONE HAMAS-BACKED SUICIDE BOMBING SINCE THE PARTY TOOK OFFICE. (This fact is invariably ignored by the media which is far-more sympathetic to the Israeli position) We should remember that suicide bombing has been used for years as the excuse for putting off "final settlement" negotiations. Now that the bombing has stopped, Israel has invented an entirely new excuse to avoid dialogue, that is, that Hamas "refuses to recognize the state of Israel".

Actually, it is Israel that refuses to accept Palestinian statehood--- a fact that is further underlined by its relentless efforts to topple the Hamas government.

Hamas has done nothing illegal since they were elected. The Qassam rockets which are fired into Israel are the unavoidable corollary of the 40-year long occupation. How is Hamas supposed to stop these sporadic attacks? If Israel seriously believed that Hamas was responsible for the rockets, they wouldn't hesitate to arrest or kill every leader in the current parliament. The fact is, Israel knows that Hamas is not instigating these attacks. It's just another red herring.

Regardless of what one may think about Hamas, Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh has shown that he is a man who can be trusted to keep his word. In an interview in the Washington Post with Lally Weymouth, Haniyeh and asked him if Hamas sought the "obliteration of the Jewish people"? (another myth propagated in the western press)

Haniyeh answered, "We do not have any feelings of animosity toward Jews. We do not wish to throw them into the sea. All we seek is to be given our land back, not to harm anybody."

This, of course, is not the response that neocon extremists in the US-Israeli political establishment want to hear. It undermines the rationale for the ongoing military occupation and expansion of illegal settlements. They would rather promote the image of Palestinians as vicious radicals bent on the Israel's complete annihilation. But how accurate is that image?

In a particularly affecting editorial in the Washington Post, Prime Minister Haniyeh stated his case in simple terms. He said:

"As I inspect the ruins of our infrastructure- --all turned to rubble once more by F-16s and American-made missiles -- my thoughts again turn to the minds of Americans. What do they think of this?

They think of the pluck and "toughness" of Israel, "standing up" to "terrorists." Yet a nuclear Israel possesses the 13th-largest military force on the planet, one that is used to rule an area about the size of New Jersey and whose adversaries there have no conventional armed forces. Who is the underdog, supposedly America's traditional favorite, in this case?

I hope that Americans will give careful thought to root causes and historical realities, (of) why a supposedly "legitimate" state such as Israel has had to conduct decades of war against a subject refugee population without ever achieving its goals.

Israel's nearly complete control over the lives of Palestinians is never in doubt, as confirmed by the humanitarian and economic suffering of the Palestinians since the January elections. Israel's ongoing policies of expansion, military control and assassination mock any notion of sovereignty or bilateralism. Its "separation barrier," running across our land, is hardly a good-faith gesture toward future coexistence.

But there is a remedy, and while it is not easy it is consistent with our long-held beliefs. Palestinian priorities include recognition of the core dispute over the land of historical Palestine and the rights of all its people; resolution of the refugee issue from 1948; reclaiming all lands occupied in 1967; and stopping Israeli attacks, assassinations and military expansion. Contrary to popular depictions of the crisis in the American media, the dispute is not only about Gaza and the West Bank; it is a wider national conflict that can be resolved only by addressing the full dimensions of Palestinian national rights in an integrated manner.

This means statehood for the West Bank and Gaza, a capital in Arab East Jerusalem, and resolving the 1948 Palestinian refugee issue fairly, on the basis of international legitimacy and established law. Meaningful negotiations with a non-expansionist, law-abiding Israel can proceed only after this tremendous labor has begun".

Haniyeh's appeal to the American people helps us understand that what Hamas really wants is for Israel to conform to "unanimously approved" UN resolutions "predicated on historical truth, equity and justice."

Does that sound unreasonable? Wasn't the same demanded of Saddam?

Haniyeh is not a madman nor is he an "Islamofascist. " In fact, it may be that Haniyeh's dreams are not that different from the average Israeli citizen.

Consider the polls that were conducted just days after the election of Mahmoud Abbas. One survey showed that nearly 80% of Israelis supported immediate peace talks with the new Palestinian president. The Israeli leadership, of course, stubbornly refused even though Yasir Arafat had died a month earlier. The Israeli political establishment is resolutely against peace talks or negotiations. Unlike the vast majority of Israeli citizens--Israel's ruling elite reject the principle of "land for peace!"

Perhaps, Arafat wasn't the "obstacle to peace" after all. Perhaps it was just a PR swindle to avoid real dialogue?

Israeli leaders have no intention of negotiating with the Palestinians, regardless of what the Israeli public wants or who's sitting in Ramallah. The Zionist "grand plan" will not be compromised by conferences or bartering. The military occupation and settlement activity will continue until US support dries up and Israel is forced to the bargaining table. Until then the onslaught will continue.

Another Siege of Gaza?

Ha'aretz reports that Israel is planning to launch a military operation in Gaza aimed at crushing Hamas.( "Barak planning military operation in Gaza within weeks" 6-17-07) The invasion will involve 20,000 troops, armored vehicles, tanks, and air support.

But what is the justification? Is it because the US-Israeli plan to overthrow Hamas with Palestinian militias failed? Or is it because the duly-elected government has reclaimed the power it was given at the ballot box?

According to an Israeli official, the invasion will be in response to the firing of Qassam rockets into Israel or another suicide bombing.

In other words, Israel is devising a pretext for "regime change" EVEN BEFORE THEY ARE ATTACKED. Until then, the border crossings will remain closed, the blockade will be tightened, and the economic asphyxiation will continue.

In the face of US-Israeli plotting, consider the comments of Prime Minister Haniyeh, who articulates as well as anyone, the aspirations of the Palestinians people:

"We do not want to live on international welfare and American handouts. We want what Americans enjoy -- democratic rights, economic sovereignty and justice. We thought our pride in conducting the fairest elections in the Arab world might resonate with the United States and its citizens. Instead, our new government was met from the very beginning by acts of explicit, declared sabotage by the White House. Now this aggression continues against 3.9 million civilians living in the world's largest prison camps.

We present this clear message: If Israel is prepared to negotiate seriously and fairly, and resolve the core 1948 issues, rather than the secondary ones from 1967, a fair and permanent peace is possible. Based on a hudna (comprehensive cessation of hostilities for an agreed time), the Holy Land still has an opportunity to be a peaceful and stable economic powerhouse for all the Semitic people of the region. If Americans only knew the truth, possibility might become reality".

Hamas history of violence is problematic, but it should not be an insurmountable obstacle to peace. The IRA had a similar history and, yet, those issues were ultimately resolved through the Good Friday peace accords. Now, the warring factions have joined together in a power-sharing agreement and there's reason to believe that the armed struggle phase of the conflict is over. A similar remedy is possible between Israel and Palestine.

Hamas entry into the political system should be seen for what it is--- a step in the right direction. It is an indication that they are tired of the armed struggle and want to pursue a political solution. Israel and the US should be receptive to this. They should reward Hamas' efforts to stop the suicide bombing and agree to backchannel negotiations. That will determine whether common ground can be reached on any of the main issues. If the violence resumes, Israel can always return to its present strategy but, it's certainly worth a try.

At the very least, Bush and Olmert should respect the will of the Palestinian people and allow Hamas to perform its duties without further hectoring, sanctions, violence or sabotage. The US and Israel have no right to intervene in the affairs of a sovereign government. If Hamas perpetrates violence against Israel, then Israel has every right to respond. But until then, they should show restraint and try to play a constructive role in strengthening the emergent Palestinian democracy.
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« Reply #13 on: June 26, 2007, 02:03:19 AM »
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Goodbye to the city upon a hill and to its fabled economy
 
By Paul Craig Roberts
 
The U.S is being destroyed. Many U.S citizens are unaware, others are indifferent, and some intend it.




The destruction is across the board: the political and constitutional system, the economy, social institutions including the family itself.





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« Reply #14 on: June 30, 2007, 01:29:36 AM »
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Is push for Iran war in interests of U.S. or Israel?:
 
Before we get ourselves into another quagmire that sacrifices our troops and our treasure in a war that makes us less safe, we should think seriously about whether it is for the protection of American interests or the interests of Israel


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