Pak-Saudi Govts Should Call OIC Meeting

By Zaheerul Hassan UNO and world over protests failed to convince Israeli to stop brutality in Gaza. Tonnage of bombs pounded in Gaza by Tel Aviv’s warplanes in more than 155 airstrikes on the blockaded strip till 27th day of aggression. So far, in airstrikes and ground actions Palestinian sources claimed 1,724 killed while 9, 080 others have been injured. 421 children and 205 women and 21 medical staff are ...

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From ISI to ISIL to IS

By  Asif Haroon Raja Despite world protests, the US led forces invaded Iraq in March 2003 on concocted charges that Iraq’s ruling regime was in possession of WMDs and was connected with al-Qaeda. The prime motivation to annex Iraq was oil, but the other compelling reason was Israeli security concern. Tel Aviv viewed Baathist Iraqi armed forces under Saddam Hussain as the biggest strategic challenge to its s ...

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Tensions in Gaza

[caption id="attachment_4615" align="alignright" width="400"] Mohammed and Ahmed Qdeih.[/caption] By Joshua Brollier – Gaza City Yesterday in al-Faraheen, Gaza, Israeli Occupation Forces shot and wounded an unarmed 22 year old farmer, Mohammed Qdeih, from behind. Mohamed and nine others went out to their fields in the early afternoon, walking approximately 250 meters from the Israeli border. Within minutes, ...

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US Agrees To Replenish Israeli Bullets/Bombs That Killed Palestinians

U.S. to "sell" Israel munitions to renew stock after Operation Pillar of Defense By StephenManual ---------- Israel is one of the largest United States military and civil aid receivers. The US has been providing huge military funds to Israel, besides providing the country with sophisticated weapons and modern gadgets. According to a latest deal, the United States is going to sell munitions worth $647 millio ...

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Obama Surrenders To The Israel Lobby

By ŞAHİN ALPAY I wrote last week that the recent Israeli aggression against Gaza is a test for US President Barack Obama as to whether he will keep his word from 2009 and work towards a two-state solution of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict now that he has been re-elected. A cease-fire was reached once more, after scores of Palestinians were killed and Gaza was once more ravaged, but there is no indication ...

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Why Israel Didn’t Win

By Adam Shatz The ceasefire agreed by Israel and Hamas in Cairo after eight days of fighting is merely a pause in the Israel-Palestine conflict. It promises to ease movement at all border crossings with the Gaza Strip, but will not lift the blockade. It requires Israel to end its assault on the Strip, and Palestinian militants to stop firing rockets at southern Israel, but it leaves Gaza as miserable as eve ...

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Israel Kills Family of 9 In Gaza:

Poated:  Zaheerul Hassan November 18, 2012 "Al Jazeera" --- Al Jazeera's Nadim Baba, reporting from Gaza, has said that the search continues for survivors of an Israeli air strike that killed nine members of the same family in Gaza. Our correspondent said rescue workers worked frantically to pick up the debris from "the massive crater where the residential building stood". Five children were among the nine ...

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IDF: Are governments allowed to use Twitter that way?

Israel made history Wednesday when it began live-tweeting its own strike on the Gaza Strip. Now that the initial shock is over, the questions are setting in: Are governments allowed to use Twitter that way? And even if they can, should they? A rumor widely circulated Thursday morning claimed that the Israel Defense Forces’ Twitter account, @IDFSpokesperson, went down for a 40-minute period, but neither Twit ...

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