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2005

Americans in No Position to Preach to Arab Journalists

December 25, 2005 // Arab View - Saudi Arabia - English

"So, where is your media outrage? Instead, you show Western hostage beheadings, allow Muslim fanatics to preach on TV and radio, and publish hate speeches against Christians and Jews. Where is the shame? Where are your principles? You should be campaigning for peace, tolerance and human rights and against intolerance, [Read more]

Saddam's Claims of U.S. Torture 'Bear Consideration'

December 23, 2005 // Arab News - Saudi Arabia - English

There can be little doubt that Washington hoped Saddam Hussein would be killed during their Iraq invasion. During the massive preliminary aerial bombardment, a Stealth bomber deliberately targeted a restaurant where it was believed the Iraqi dictator was eating. However when Saddam was pulled from an underground bolt [Read more]

Unconditional Withdrawal Bush's Only Option

December 16, 2005 // Al-Ahram - Egypt - English

The defeat of the aggression of the United States in Iraq was expected even before the invasion began. There were many indicators to show that the right of Iraqis to independence and democracy would be stronger than all of the military might of the U.S. As is well known in war theories, aggressive power can only [Read more]

Condoleeza's Double-Speak in Europe

December 14, 2005 // Arab View - Saudi Arabia - English

We still recall the improbable image of President Bill Clinton on television wagging his finger at the American people and saying with a straight face: "I did not have sex with that woman, Monica Lewinsky." Clearly the man thought that his salacious activities in the Oval Office with the 20-year-old intern did not [Read more]

Unconditional Withdrawal Bush's Only Option

December 14, 2005 // Ahram - Egypt - English

The defeat of the aggression of the United States in Iraq was expected even before the invasion began. There were many indicators to show that the right of Iraqis to independence and democracy would be stronger than all of the military might of the U.S. As is well known in war theories, aggressive power can only [Read more]

Unconditional Withdrawal Bush's Only Option

December 14, 2005 // Al-Ahram - Egypt - English

The defeat of the aggression of the United States in Iraq was expected even before the invasion began. There were many indicators to show that the right of Iraqis to independence and democracy would be stronger than all of the military might of the U.S. As is well known in war theories, aggressive power can only [Read more]

Iraqi Voters Will 'Not Be Fooled Again'

December 13, 2005 // Azzaman - Iraq - English

In the days shortly before and shortly after the U.S. invasion, we were given rosy promises, some of them by the invaders themselves and some by Iraqi exiles who returned to the country. We were told each Iraqi family would be given a share of the revenues from our massive oil riches. Iraqis would no longer suffer [Read more]

Brazilians to Try Bush for Crimes Against Humanity

December 10, 2005 // O Tempo - Portugal - Portuguese

The 57th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, commemorated today [Saturday], will be great occasion for new manifestations of opposition to North American President George W. Bush. The Brazilian Center of Solidarity for the People and Fight for Peace (Cebrapaz) will promote a series of events [Read more]
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