US Terrorize The World – 28 Shabaan 1427 H (21.9.06)
Posted by musliminsuffer on September 21, 2006
=== News Update ===
9/11 – War Crime : US President’s Incitements to Commit Genocide
On the fifth anniversary of 9/11, President George Walker Bush delivered an illegal speech and may have committed an international crime, that is, the crime of direct and public incitement to commit genocide of a religious group. Determined to rally disbelieving Americans behind a failed Iraqi war, the President drifted into calling for open-ended violence against Muslims. Says the President: “The war against this enemy is more than a military conflict. ! It is the decisive ideological struggle of the 21st century, and the calling of our generation.” The President identifies “this enemy” as Muslim extremists. The 9/11speech is one among many through which the President has engaged, and continues to do so, in direct and public incitements to commit violence and other crimes against Muslims as a religious group…
Number Of Iraqi Civilians Slaughtered In America’s War? As Many As 250,000
Number of U.S. Military Personnel Sacrificed (Officially acknowledged) In Bush’s War 2691
The War in Iraq Costs $316,089,357,141 – See the cost in your community
Bush’s “dirty war”
Following 9/11, some time in late 2001 or possibly January 2002, George W. Bush signed a still-secret presidential intelligence “finding” creating a covert Special Access Program to track down and either kill or capture high-value Al Qaeda terrorists worldwide. Those captured would be indefinitely detained at secret locations and coercively interrogated.
The Surprising End of the New American Century
Iran has no choice but to take Bush’s saber rattling seriously and prepare for war. The administration’s stated goal of “regime change” poses a credible “existential threat” to current Iranian government and they must plan accordingly.
Is The Doctrine Behind the Bush Presidency Consistent with a Democratic State?
Americans need to decide whether we are still a country of laws – and if we are, we need to decide whether a President who has determined to ignore or evade the law has not acted in a manner contrary to his trust as President and subversive of constitutional government.
Rogue Nation – Time to change the course of U.S. history
It is time for the American people to take back their nation from irresponsible and lackluster special interest-motivated elected officials. Impeaching top members of the Bush administration may be in order.
Sep 18, 2006 –The majority of Americans should be unhappy with our nation’s growth and evolution–or, if you believe it–intelligent design.
From Guernica to Hiroshima: How America Reversed Its Policy on Bombing Civilians
When Adolph Hitler’s Luftwaffe destroyed the Spanish town of Guernica on April 26, 1937, the slaughter of civilians was broadly condemned in Great Britain and the United States. Winston Churchill, England’s wartime Prime Minister, wrote in “The Gathering Storm,”(Houghton Mifflin), “Germany in particular used her air power to commit such experimental horrors as the bombing of the defenceless little township of Guernica.” More than 1,650 people were killed and nearly 900 wounded in that assault by Hitler’s Condor squadron.
From Bad To Worse
President Bush challenged world leaders to do more to build democracy in the Middle East in an address at the United Nations in New York on Tuesday…
“From Beirut to Baghdad, people are making the choice for freedom,” Bush told the General Assembly.
There is no way the President can hide how brutally bad it is in Iraq, Lebanon, and Afghanistan. World leaders understand that Bush’s ‘democracy’ is one huge hipocracy, filled with death, destruction, and chaos for those upon whom it has been inflicted.
Guantanamo detainee mistreated, lawyers say
Shaker Aamer, a 37-year-old resident of Britain, was placed in isolated confinement Sept. 24, 2005 and has been beaten by guards, deprived of sleep and subjected to temperature extremes, according to the motion filed in U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia.
U.S.: Bush Justifies CIA Detainee Abuse
President George W. Bush’s defense of abusing detainees betrays basic American and global standards, Human Rights Watch said today.
History of an Interrogation Technique: Water Boarding
The CIA maintains its interrogation techniques are in legal guidance with the Justice Department. And current and former CIA officers tell ABC News there is a presidential finding, signed in 2002, by President Bush, Condoleezza Rice and then-Attorney General John Ashcroft approving the techniques, including water boarding.
Senior Military, Intelligence, and Government Critics of 9/11 Commission Report
Many well known and respected senior members of the U.S. intelligence services, military, and government have expressed significant criticism of the 9/11 Commission Report. Several even allege government complicity in the terrible acts of 9/11.
Listed below are highly critical statements about the 9/11 Commission Report and/or calls for a new 9/11 investigation by 51 of these individuals. Their collective voices gives credibility to the claim that the 9/11 Commission Report is tragically flawed. These individuals cannot be simply dismissed as irresponsible believers in some 9/11 conspiracy theory. Their sincere concern, backed by their decades of service to their country, demonstrate that criticism of the Report is not irresponsible, illogical, nor disloyal, per se. In fact, it can be just the opposite.
9/11 : The Fake 2004 Bin Laden Video Tape
Pretty much any piece of video that has ever been recorded is becoming clip art that producers can digitally sculpt into the story they want to tell, according to Eric Haseltine, senior vice president for R&D at Walt Disney Imagineering in Glendale, Calif. With additional video manipulation technologies, previously recorded actors can be made to say and do things they have never actually done or said. “You can have dead actors star again in entirely new movies,” says Haseltine. [techreview.com]
A belligerent Bush addresses the UN – Washington threatens wider Middle East war
Ahmadinejad : Where is the seat of global justice?
Address by His Excellency Dr. Mahmoud Ahmadi-Nejad President of the Islamic Republic of Iran before the 61 st Session of the United Nations, General assembly. Full text
Full text of President Ahmadinejad’s speech at General Assembly
President Hugo Chavez, Address to the United Nations : Rise Up Against the Empire
Yesterday, ladies and gentlemen, from this rostrum, the president of the United States, the gentleman to whom I refer as the devil, came here, talking as if he owned the world. Truly. As the owner of the world.
Pope Benedict Not Really All That Sorry
Pope Benedict’s comments last week about Islam should be weighed in the context of earlier statements and actions
How infallible is the Pope?
Some commentators have described Pope Benedict’s expressions of regret as close to a rare Papal apology. But how, they ask, can a man believed to have been infallible make a mistake?
For an alternative point of view please see:
Some Italians began to refer to Pope Benedict XVI on his ascenscion to the throne of Peter as “the Panzer Kardinal,” a nickname bestowed on him apparently by his German curiae colleagues. This was a sly reference to Benedict’s disputed military past in the last days of the terminally delirious Third Reich — and, perhaps, to his continuing reactionary politics.
Today, a better label might be “the neocon pope.”
see also: The Panzer Pope pontificates on Muslim violence
CANADIAN ARAB AND ISLAMIC GROUPS URGE CTS NETWORK TO DROP MICHAEL COREN SHOW — HOST’S EDITORIALS AND REMARKS CONSISTENTLY BASH MUSLIMS AND ARABS AND PROMOTE HATE
Coren, who has defended on air his inflammatory Sept. 2 Toronto Sun editorial on “nuking” Iran under the umbrella of democratic free speech, has often drawn harsh criticism from multicultural and social justice organizations for his right wing views and frequent choice of guests who support extreme neo-conservative ideologies.
Repost: MICHAEL COREN SAYS WE SHOULD NUKE IRAN- YES FOLKS, THAT MEANS MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN
It is surely obvious now to anybody with even a basic understanding of history, politics and the nature of fascism that something revolutionary has to be done within months — if not weeks — if we are to preserve world peace.
Iraqi captive died with 93 injuries
Captive Iraqis were beaten with iron bars, kicked, starved, and forced to drink their own urine during abuse which led to the death of a prisoner, the first court martial of British troops accused of war crimes was told yesterday.
UK soldier ‘enjoyed’ Iraqis’ pain
A British soldier “enjoyed” hearing Iraqis call out in pain as they were kicked and punched while in a detention centre, a court martial has heard.
Israelis trained Kurdish troops in Iraq-BBC report
Former Israeli special forces soldiers entered Iraq from Turkey in 2004 to train two groups of Kurdish troops, one of the former Israeli trainers told the BBC’s “Newsnight” programme.
Israelis in Iraq : Could Their Target Be Iran?
We have obtained the first pictures of Kurdish soldiers being trained by Israelis in Northern Iraq. The sensitivities for the Kurdish authorities are serious, since their political enemies have long accused them of being in cahoots with Israel. The Kurdish authorities have previously denied allowing any Israelis into northern Iraq.
Did the U.S. choose the correct puppet? Doubts Rise on Iraqi Premier’s Strength
Senior Iraqi and American officials are beginning to question whether Prime Minister Nuri Kamal al-Maliki has the political muscle and decisiveness to hold Iraq together as it hovers on the edge of a full civil war.
Time running out for Iraqis, study group leaders warn
Iraq’s government has only until the end of 2006 to make major progress in curbing violence and improving basic services before the country’s situation turns even more dire, the two leaders of a bipartisan, blue-ribbon study group on U.S. policy in Iraq warned Tuesday.
No One Dares to Help: The wounded die alone on Baghdad’s streets
An offer of aid could be your own death sentence, an Iraqi reporter writes.
Iraq: At least 61 Killed As Bloody U.S Occupation Grinds On
A total of 35 bodies were found in the last 24 hours in Baghdad, police said.
Four US soldiers die across occupied Iraq
Another four US soldiers have died in series of incidents across Iraq, the US military reported on Tuesday.
U.S. general says attacks against American troops have increased
The attacks against U.S. troops were mostly carried out by suicide car bombers or roadside bombs. He added that the number of killings by death squads also had increased in the past week.
The Ground Truth: Iraq War Veterans Speak Out
Drill instructors are shown dehumanizing recruits as part of the process of training them to dehumanize the adversary. Rare video footage from Iraq, accompanied by first-hand accounts from soldiers featured in the film, reveal the ways their training to “Kill, kill” leads them to target Iraqi civilians.
Iraqi Resistance Report for events of Tuesday, 19 September 2006.
- Bomb scare prompts US to close “Green Zone,” search cars near US embassy.
- Four US troops reported killed in high-powered bomb attack in Ba‘qubah Tuesday afternoon.
- Resistance mortars blast US consulate in al-Hillah Tuesday.
- Nine US troops reported killed in two major Resistance attacks in al-Mawsil Tuesday.
- Resistance blasts British, Iranian consulates in al-Basrah.
- Resistance fighters clash with puppet police in al-Fallujah Tuesday morning.
- Resistance bomb destroys US armored vehicle in Hit as Resistance operations there continue for third straight day.
- Resistance car bomber blasts puppet “National Guard” checkpoint near Abu Ghurayb.
- Resistance car bomber blasts puppet police station in western Baghdad.
- Iraqi journalist murdered by pro-American Shi‘i sectarian Badr Brigades in Baghdad.
- Resistance blasts US base near Ba‘qubah with mortars.
- Resistance mortars blast US consulate in al-Hillah Tuesday.
- Resistance bomb destroys American Bradley armored vehicle leaving five US troops reported dead.
- Resistance bomb destroys US Humvee in southwestern al-Mawsil.
- Resistance bomb targets puppet police in al-Mawsil.
- Resistance blasts British, Iranian consulates in al-Basrah.
Israeli ambassador criticizes U.S. for granting Iran`s leader a visa
Israel’s ambassador to the United Nations criticized the U.S. administration on Wednesday for granting an entrance visa to Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and allowing him to address the UN General Assembly.
Jewish leaders press concernsas potential U.N. heads reach out
As the U.N. General Assembly opens, diplomats vying to be the world’s top peacekeeper are taking the time to consult with a group that has emerged as a critical constituency: American Jewish leaders.
EU Parliamentarians Establish an “Israel Lobby”
300 European Union parliamentarians and supporters took part this week in a gala celebrating the establishment of a European “Israel Lobby”, the first of its kind.
Israeli Police: Enough evidence found to indict president on sex charges
The team investigating President Moshe Katsav for alleged rape and other charges presented its intermim findings to Attorney General Menachem Mazuz on Tuesday.
Before You Enlist!
Straight talk from soldiers, veterans and their family members tells what is missing from the sales pitches presented by recruiters and the military’s marketing efforts.
Harper deflects calls to apologize to Arar or fire RCMP officials
OTTAWA – The Harper government refused calls on Tuesday to apologize to Maher Arar and punish or even fire the head of the RCMP for leading a force that sent false intelligence reports to the U.S. that were blamed for the software engineer’s deportation and torture in Syria.
IAEA Fears the “Iraq Scenario” in Nuclear Dispute with Tehran
Is Iran secretly building an atomic bomb? The International Atomic Energy Agency wants to shed light on the core issue behind Tehran’s nuclear dispute with the West. While the United States doubts the IAEA’s efficacy, the UN inspectors fear hawks are trying to make them irrelevant — just like before the Iraq war.
Video: Venezuela’s Chavez says Bush planned 9/11 attacks
Read and watch at: http://prisonplanet.com/articles/September2006/130906_b_Chavez.htm
Why Bush Will Become the Textbooks’ Worst President
Any President who can start and then lose two brushfire wars, thereby revealing for the whole world to see that the American empire is a spent force, can’t be all bad.
Attorneys Argue Senate Bills Would Allow for Lifelong Detention Without Trial, Torture Without Accountability
Both proposed bills in the Senate strip away the right to habeas corpus and cut back the ability of rape survivors of to hold their perpetrators accountable. We speak with Michael Ratner of the Center for Constitutional Rights.
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