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Abbas’ spurious charges

By Nicola Nasser | Al-Ahram | September 11, 2014

President Mahmoud Abbas and the Fatah movement, which he commands, have unleashed a media campaign against Hamas and the resistance.

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Ethnic Cleansing, Racism, Zionism

The BBC and the ‘destroyed’ Gaza power plant “Power plant destroyed” screamed the sub-heading in a BBC News website report on July 29th 2014.

“Power plant destroyed” screamed the sub-heading in a BBC News website report on July 29th 2014.

That article was among numerous items produced by the BBC on the same day which included content relating to what the BBC immediately concluded was an Israeli strike on Gaza’s power station. 172 more words


Chris Hedges: Sacrificing the Vulnerable, From Gaza to America

 The people in Gaza deserve to be free. So do we. But do not look to our political mandarins for help, or expect anything but vaudevillian smoke and mirrors from the billions poured into our campaign circus.

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Corporate Empire

Poll: Only 10 percent of Gazans would vote for Abbas in presidential election

Al-Akhbar | September 16, 2014

Only 10 percent of Palestinians in the Gaza Strip would vote for current President Mahmoud Abbas if presidential elections were held today, according to a new poll released Tuesday.

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Ethnic Cleansing, Racism, Zionism

A list of Israeli peace deal violations.

As reported by a Canadian based think tank (with links).

1. Annexed another 1500 acres of West Bank land

2. Seized $56 million of PA tax revenue… 317 more words

Rebels move battlefield into Damascus neighborhoods, regime panicked

(Zaman Al Wasl)- Al-Midan, Syria’s capital ancient neighborhood has been rocked by regime airstrikes and shelling on Monday, activists and monitoring group said.

Regime armed forces have engaged with rebels in al-Haqle cemetery and al-Qa’ah area just few blocks from regime security headquarters, according to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights. 92 more words


Opposition Caretaker Prime Minister seeks 'Bloodless Coup': secret meeting

GAZIANTEP (Zaman Al Wasl)- A well-informed source says the outgoing Prime Minster of the Interim Government is massing support of his hometown workers within the opposition group to back him to win another mandate as well as to press on his rivals by monopolizing powers and forming new political party and armed faction. 211 more words