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CIA wants to cover up US war crimes in Yemen

Posted by musliminsuffer on August 27, 2010

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CIA wants to cover up US war crimes in Yemen

by Paul Woodward on August 25, 2010

A missile strike on December 17 in Yemen last year that killed 41 people including 21 children and 14 women was most likely the result of a US cruise missile strike — an opening shot in a US military campaign that began without notice and has never been officially confirmed.
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9/11 & Nine Years of Deception and War

Posted by musliminsuffer on August 27, 2010

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9/11 & Nine Years of Deception and War

Updated:  August 9, 2010


A U.S. soldier in Afghanistan.  July has been the deadliest month of the nine-year war for U.S. troops in Afghanistan with 66 fatalities reported.  Apart from the 8,000 Americans reported killed and wounded in Afghanistan, tens of thousands more will bear the heavy spiritual and psychological burden of having participated in a fraudulent and illegal war in which they killed innocent people.  Why, and for whom are we really fighting this criminal war in Central Asia?
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The Voice Of Palestine

Posted by musliminsuffer on August 27, 2010

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The Voice Of Palestine

August 25, 2010 by politicaltheatrics


We, the Palestinians, have a voice; a strong one that never tires no matter the deafness or the silence of the world. We speak of our suffering, aspirations and hopes when all others are silent. We tell our story, the story of a land usurped by foreign colonists, the story of an indigenous people ethnically cleansed from their ancestral home, the story of an olive tree steadfast in the face of Zionism. We, the Palestinians, have a voice that to you might not be as “sophisticated” or as “exotic” or as “interesting” as that of an Israeli speaking/writing about Palestine, or as that of an American or a European speaking/writing about Palestine. Our voice, the voice of ordinary Palestinians living under occupation might not appeal to you as much as that of the “others” who write about our “experience under occupation”. But we have a voice, a voice that speaks of the suffering that is daily, of the fears that are touchable, of the pain that is real, of the land that is mingled with our blood, a voice that is Palestinian. We, the Palestinians, have a voice that is the voice of the life we live 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 4 weeks a month and 12 months a year. We have never stopped telling our story for those who care to listen and for those who ignore our existence. We have been telling it since the first Zionist colonist set foot on Palestinian land. we have never stopped using our voice to tell the world what is being done to us by these Zionists. We continue to say it in form of a word, a song, a painting. We speak of Palestine that was, that is and that will forever be. We write of the land so sacred, of the meadows so green, of the almonds that blossom in Al-Jalil and of the olive trees that decorate the hilltops of Jerusalem. We sing of the comrades that paved the way for the coming freedom, of the comrades whose body is united with Palestine, of the comrades whole souls are locked up behind bars, of the comrades who are steadfast in their fields, in their homes, in their land. We paint Palestine the bride, Palestine the resistance, Palestine the freedom, Palestine the mother waiting for all her children to return home. We, the Palestinians, have a voice; it is the voice of our fathers, mothers, brothers, sisters, friends and neighbours. It is the voice of Palestine.
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