No constitution, law, or humanitarian consideration can restrain America’s desires and interests, regardless of their grave consequences for the world.
The engine of change has begun in Yemen and will continue to end decades of domination, dictatorship and humiliation of the people and denial of their most basic rights at the hands of kings, sheikhs and princes who have enslaved and humiliated them for a long time.
The U.S. administration spies on tens of millions of Americans and non-Americans.
The Egyptian people know the reasons that led the Egyptian authorities to steadfastly hold the American perpetrators, but they may not also know the reasons that led to the release of the U.S. nationals, the conclusion of the case and their fortunate return from Cairo to their country of origin. The bail was estimated [Read more]
After the events of Sept. 11, when al-Qaida bombed the Twin Towers in New York, much has happened in the Arab and Muslim world. It would not have happened without America wanting to change the political map according to the neoconservative plan in the era of U.S. President George W. Bush.
First came the occupation [Read more]