Month: November 2013

Hello Iran, Goodbye America
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Hello Iran, Goodbye America

We can repeal Obamacare, but not a nuclear Iran once it is created. If Jewish leadership and American citizens do not stand up now there will be nothing left in America worth fighting for. It is not only Israel at stake.   The approach employed by those in America to […]

That “Peace” Will Be a Holocaust
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That “Peace” Will Be a Holocaust

Talk of Israel’s “peace” with the PLO conjures up pictures that Jews would do well to think about now.   2014 could be a terrible year for the Jewish people: a Western nuclear deal with Iran will turn Teheran into a threshold atomic state, while a “peace” agreement with the […]

The Continuing Nazi Influence on Arab Attitudes
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The Continuing Nazi Influence on Arab Attitudes

Interview with political scientist, Dr. Matthias Kuentzel: “Nazi influence upon the Middle East is nevertheless almost systematically overlooked by Middle East and Islam scholars.”   “Significant elements of Nazi Germany’s influence on the Middle East have remained until today. This also affects current conflicts in the region.   “In 1937, […]

Clashes and flames in fresh Egypt unrest
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Clashes and flames in fresh Egypt unrest

A police station was set on fire in Cairo and more than 180 protesters arrested when heavy clashes erupted between supporters of ousted President Mohammad Mursi and security forces, the interior ministry said.   Mursi’s supporters, who took to the streets after Friday prayers, defied a new protest law banning […]

Iraq: Over 50 killed in mass executions
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Iraq: Over 50 killed in mass executions

More than 50 people were killed in mass executions across Iraq on Friday, security and medical officials said.   Violence struck in and around Baghdad and mostly Sunni Arab parts of the country, including in Diyala, Nineveh, and Salaheddin provinces, as well as in the city of Kirkuk, Agence France-Presse […]

Leading Anti-Mubarak Activist Arrested in Egypt
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Leading Anti-Mubarak Activist Arrested in Egypt

Egyptian police arrested on Thursday a leading political activist who was active in the 2011 uprising against former President Hosni Mubarak, Al-Ahram reports.   The activist, Alaa Abdel-Fattah, was arrested after the prosecutor ordered he be detained for inciting protests.   Abdel-Fattah’s wife, Manal Hassan, tweeted that policemen beat and […]

Obama Calls Saudi King Amid Tense Relations
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Obama Calls Saudi King Amid Tense Relations

  Saudi King Abdullah bin Abdul Aziz received a phone call on Wednesday from U.S. President Barack Obama during which the two leaders discussed bilateral ties and regional issues, the Saudi Press Agency (SPA) reported.   The phone conversation came days after the United States and other major world powers […]

Quake strikes near Iran’s nuclear plant
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Quake strikes near Iran’s nuclear plant

  A magnitude 5.6 earthquake was reported on Thursday about 40 miles (60 km) northeast of Bushehr, where Iran has a major nuclear reactor, U.S. Geological Survey data showed, according to Reuters.   A report about the earthquake by the official IRNA news agency gave no details about casualties nor […]