Category Archives: Mass media

Russia Has Not, Will Not Change Syria Stance

More disinformation nonsense coming out of Israel? Russia denied on Friday its top diplomat Mikhail Bogdanov made any statement on Syria, stressing its stance concerning the ongoing crisis in the Middle Eastern country.“We would like to remark that he (Bogdanov) … Continue reading

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Witnesses to al-Houla Massacre: Massacres were carried out against specific families that support the government

DAMASCUS– Two witnesses to al-Houla massacre said that the massacres in that area were carried out by armed terrorists who targeted specific families that supported the government and refused to join protests, bear arms or pay money to the terrorists. … Continue reading

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SYRIA: Houla Massacre:

Posted by Aadel M Al-Mahdy at 2:28 PM Houla Massacre: Posted on May 29, 2012 by willyloman by Scott Creighton Despite the fact that their initial propaganda about the Houla Massacre has completely fallen apart after being exposed for the … Continue reading

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Western Journalist: Visa Denied

By Sharmine Narwani – Sat, 2012-04-21 01:14- The Sandbox Item number five on UN Envoy Kofi Annan’s 6-point plan for Syria is the following: “(5) Ensure freedom of movement throughout the country for journalists and a non-discriminatory visa policy for … Continue reading

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It’s Time to Hold Western Journalists Responsible for the Wars They Help Start

By Richard Edmondson Matthew Chance, CNN’s “senior international correspondent,” seems to have little if any insight into why Libyans defending the city of Tripoli might be a tad bit unhappy with he and other Western journalists. In a live audio … Continue reading

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>NUREDDIN SABIR : "The West is doing the right thing in Libya" [What’s the price???]

> Via MC – 20. Mar, 2011 Libyan who has witnessed at first hand how the Gaddafi regime evolved into its present murderous self, I can only welcome the start of this military action. My only regret is that it … Continue reading

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>In Palestine, Everything is Relative: The Settler Violence You Won’t Hear About

> Source By Yousef When I heard the horrific news last night that 5 Israeli settlers were murdered in their home in the settlement of Itamar, I knew it would only be a matter of hours before a shoddy piece … Continue reading

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>More Than 50% of U.S. Senate to Attend AIPAC POLICY CONFERENCE

> Raise the flag of Zionists and pledge your allegiance…..L’Chaim! Via MCS – 12. Mar, 2011 Celebrating Sending U.S. Taxpayer Billions Out of the Country to the State of Israel By Johnny Punish / Veterans Today Celebrate the Fleecing of … Continue reading

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>A Neoconservative ‘Shock and Awe’: The Rise of the Arabs

> Arab societies have risen with a unified call for freedom. (Aljazeera) By Ramzy Baroud A pervading sense of awe seems to be engulfing Arab societies everywhere. What is underway in the Arab world is greater than simply revolution in … Continue reading

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>RICHARD FALK : Will We Ever Learn? Kicking the Intervention Habit

> – 08. Mar, 2011 The imperial mentality is not inclined to discuss the question of legality, much less show behavioral respect for the constraints embedded in international law. By Richard Falk What is immediately striking about the bipartisan call … Continue reading

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