For Anonymous on Israeli Spying

Hey anonymous, check out this article that puts the spying case more into perspective. The conflict is age-old, between the Pentagon and the State department, as I am sure you already know. But this does not mean that there was no spying or that US policy circles that does not blindly swear by Israel are […]

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A wrapping up of the world’s situation

By Noam Chomsky, something that we oftenly forget, or simply fails to understand. We live in an era of media concentration, vast efforts on many fronts (political, economic, military, ideological) to insulate state and private power from critical discussion or even popular awareness, and to reduce citizens to isolated atomized creatures restricted to satisfying personal […]

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Israeli Spying

Well it’s good to see that some people are still interested in the AIPAC affair after all. The author of the article, Rober Dreyfus, has been following this case for a while now. Sharon seems to be directly implicated via Feith, Perle, Wurmser and others.

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Syro-Lebanese relationship

The complexity of the Syro-Lebanese relationship reached new peaks a couple of days ago when the authorities tried to muzzle a program on a LBC (Lebanese TV channel) that was suppose to air the schizophrenic attitude of Walid Jumblatt. But guess what? The Syrians intervened to let the program air.. It seems that people are […]

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Resolution 1559 and all that

Well, first everybody followed the Burns-Assad talks that resulted with an emphasis on Iraqi security rather than on the fate of the Lebanon. Second, EU is about to agree with Syria on Economic partnership (the main line of contention was the WMD clause that is being resolved). Third, Syria just signed the UN convention against […]

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