Discover What the World Thinks of U.S.

June 2006

'No More Blank Checks' for Bush

June 30, 2006 // 24 heures - Switzerland - French

GUANTANAMO: American Supreme Court verdict - The president went beyond his executive powers by instituting special tribunals. Does the war against terrorism justify anything? Even the horrors and the torture? After the shock of September 11, 2001, the people of the United States followed their president as though they [Read more]

'No More Blank Checks' for Bush

June 30, 2006 // 24 Heures - France - French

GUANTANAMO: American Supreme Court verdict - The president went beyond his executive powers by instituting special tribunals. Does the war against terrorism justify anything? Even the horrors and the torture? After the shock of September 11, 2001, the people of the United States followed their president as though they [Read more]

'Ugly' Americans and 'Ugly' Muslims

June 28, 2006 // Al-Alam Al Youm - Egypt - Arabic

A U.S. business group recently began an effort to change the "repugnant" image of the United States abroad. Before this attempt, the U.S. administration desperately tried and continues to try to improve its image in the world, which is the very measure of hatred. The president’s special envoy to prop-up America's [Read more]

'Ugly' Americans and 'Ugly' Muslims

June 27, 2006 // Al-Alam Al Youm - Egypt - Arabic

A U.S. business group recently began an effort to change the "repugnant" image of the United States abroad. Before this attempt, the U.S. administration desperately tried and continues to try to improve its image in the world, which is the very measure of hatred. The president’s special envoy to prop-up America's [Read more]

'Jews, Hollywood and War Against Satan'

June 26, 2006 // Azzaman - Iraq - Arabic

It is well known that as a whole, religions talk about a conflict between good and evil. As the source of absolute evil, Satan garners a good deal of attention in these religions. But none of us should contend that Satan can be killed with bullets, because the struggle against him is nothing more than a moral struggle, [Read more]

Somalia the Latest in String of Failed American Adventures

June 26, 2006 // Arab View - Saudi Arabia - English

Any casual observer of global developments understands that the United States seeks to take full control of the world in the guise of promoting democracy and peace or fighting terrorists. Such an observer will also note that the U.S. has not only failed over the past several decades to resolve international disputes, [Read more]

When Fear Consumes the Mighty

June 26, 2006 // Al - Watan - Oman - Arabic

It's a grave situation when a powerful individual suffers a sense of insecurity, sees his strength withering away, feels incapable of self-defense and reacts by blindly striking out at anything and anyone. This only serves to increase the hostility felt by others against him. And such an individual often uses the power [Read more]

Iraqi Souls are Worth Nothing

June 25, 2006 // Azzaman - Iraq - English

Matters have come to a head. Iraqi souls, whether killed by Americans or non-Americans, are now worth nothing. As a result of the reckless salvos of these "friendly" forces, Iraqis are being killed in droves. When these "friendly" forces landed in our midst, their declared purpose was to introduce democracy and [Read more]

The Cinderella of U.S. Diplomacy and Her Lost Slipper

June 24, 2006 // Al Anwar - Lebanon - Arabic

And at the thirteenth day of the start of this tense war (the war of Judgment Day) the Cinderella of the American Diplomacy, "who has blue eyes and a space between her teeth" wakes up, yawns and sits in her velvet bed. She gets up slowly and goes to Lebanon to meet (according to her) its "wonderful" prime minister. The [Read more]

The Cinderella of U.S. Diplomacy and Her Lost Slipper

June 24, 2006 // Al Anwar - Lebanon - Arabic

And at the thirteenth day of the start of this tense war (the war of Judgment Day) the Cinderella of the American Diplomacy, "who has blue eyes and a space between her teeth" wakes up, yawns and sits in her velvet bed. She gets up slowly and goes to Lebanon to meet (according to her) its "wonderful" prime minister. The [Read more]
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