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Darwin awards: The Islamic State was backed by 46,000 accounts on Twitter in 2014

I wonder how many of these idiots remember to switch off the location function in their Twitter account?

Every time they tweet they put a well-deserved target on their back. 13 more words

Politics - USA

John Kerry: UN Human Rights Council's 'obsession' with Israel threatens organization's credibility

GENEVA — U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry on Monday delivered a vigorous defence of Israel before the U.N. Human Rights Council, urging its members to end what the United States says is its unfair and biased focus on the Jewish State that could undermine its credibility. 590 more words

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Netanyahu Flies to United States for Crucial Address to Congress

The United States and Israel showed signs of seeking to defuse tensions on Sunday ahead of a speech in Washington by Israeli leader Benjamin Netanyahu when he will warn against a possible nuclear deal with Iran. 786 more words

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Bibi "Skip It" List Included Senator Warren

by James M. Wall

Senator Elizabeth Warren (D:Mass) did not attend Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s Tuesday morning speech to Congress.

A possible 2016 presidential candidate, Warren was the highest profile senator to join the list of senators and representatives who were no-shows. 1,490 more words

Middle East Politics

Josh Rogin: An Obama deal with Iran could die with his days in office

With the White House reportedly trying to negotiate a 10- or 15-year deal on Iran’s nuclear program, Republican leaders in Congress are threatening to unravel the agreement much sooner — during President Barack Obama’s final months or soon after he leaves office. 1,202 more words

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BIG LIES TEND TO STICK: ANTI-ZIONISTS ARE EXPERTS AT GOEBELL'S PROPAGANDA DOCTRINE"

Opinion: Replace Peace Process with Truth Process!

Palestinian Hamas supporters attend a protest in front of the Rafah border crossing against the closure of the border in the southern Gaza Strip. 816 more words

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