Day: 29/10/2018

If Any Other Country Was Shooting Civilians Like Israel, The US Would Be Calling For Invasion By Now

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If another country shot and killed dozens of protesters in the way that Israel just did, the U.S. would be promising “freedom and democracy,” and planning to invade.

Source: If Any Other Country Was Shooting Civilians Like Israel, The US Would Be Calling For Invasion By Now

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Israeli Airstrike Kills Three Palestinian Boys in Gaza

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Children aged 13 and 14 killed after Israeli forces bomb area in southeastern Gaza near the fence with Israel.

Source: Israeli Airstrike Kills Three Palestinian Boys in Gaza

Palestine Slams New Settlement Homes in Jerusalem

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The Palestinian Foreign Ministry on Sunday condemned an Israeli plan to build 20,000 new settlement homes in a major settlement east of Jerusalem.

Source: Palestine Slams New Settlement Homes in Jerusalem

On Syria & unverifiable, baseless, CW allegations

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As US and allies’ hysteria, war propaganda rhetoric, and threats against Syria–threats of (again) bombing Syria–ramp up, sage voices counter the lies. As a number of credible and …

Source: On Syria & unverifiable, baseless, CW allegations

WikiLeaks‘s Legacy – LewRockwell

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Twelve years ago this month, WikiLeaks began publishing government secrets that the world public might otherwise never have known. What it has revealed about state duplicity, human rights abuses and corruption goes beyond anything published in the world’s “mainstream” media. After over six months of being cut off from outside world, on 14 October 14 Ecuador has partly restored Wikileaks founder Julian Assange’s communications with the outside world from its London embassy where the founder has been living for over six years. (Assange, however, later rejected Ecuador’s restrictions imposed on him.) The treatment – real and threatened – meted out to Assange by the … Continue reading →

Source: WikiLeaks‘s Legacy – LewRockwell

Despite PR duress, Saudi $6bn to Pakistan comes with strings

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Saudi Arabia’s crisis over Khashoggi murder is Imran Khan’s gain, but Pakistan may still be expected to up military cooperation with the kingdom

Source: Despite PR duress, Saudi $6bn to Pakistan comes with strings

US delivers largest ammunition shipment to Europe since bombing of Yugoslavia in 1999 — RT World News

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Ramstein Air Base in Germany has received around 100 containers of ammunition in the largest delivery of ordnance to the US forces in Europe since the NATO bombing of Yugoslavia in 1999.

Source: US delivers largest ammunition shipment to Europe since bombing of Yugoslavia in 1999 — RT World News