Wednesday, February 3, 2016

Hillary Clinton Put Spies' Lives at Risk

She absolutely must be incarcerated.   Our secrecy laws are designed to protect people in harm's way, and she deliberately violated them.  She had knowledge of the laws, and took affirmative steps to circumvent them.   Hope she likes the color orange.

For months you’ve read about EmailGate in this column. I’ve elaborated how Hillary Clinton, the apparent Democratic frontrunner for President this year, put large amounts of classified information at grave risk through slipshod security practices by herself and her staff. Now that scandal has taken a significant turn for the more ominous.

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Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Iranian ex-spy to Al Jazeera: Khomeini ordered downing of Pan Am flight 103

Former Iranian intelligence officer says Tehran ordered downing of plane over Lockerbie in retaliation for US attack on Iranian airliner.

Did Ayatollah Khomeini (L) order the downing of the Pam Am flight 103? (Reuters, Wikimedia Commons)

Who was responsible for the 1988 bombing of Pan Am flight 103 over Lockerbie, Scotland? While the Libyan government was thought to have masterminded the terrorist attack, a bombshell documentary by Al Jazeera quotes a former Iranian intelligence officer as saying that it was Iran that ordered the atrocity.

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Monday, February 10, 2014

Suicide Bomb Instructor Accidentally Kills Iraqi Pupils (aka - "all those who take up the sword shall perish by the sword" Matthew 26:52)

BAGHDAD — A group of Sunni militants attending a suicide bombing training class at a camp north of Baghdad were killed on Monday when their commander unwittingly conducted a demonstration with a belt that was packed with explosives, army and police officials said.

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Monday, November 26, 2012

Saudi Journalst: Corruption, dictators the enemy, not Israel

An article by a Saudi journalist challenging the conventional wisdom in the Arab world – in particular the view of Israel as the root of the region’s problems – is enjoying skyrocketing popularity online and sparking debate about the Arab Spring.

Under the headline “Arab Spring and the Israeli enemy,” the writer used the occasion of the Yom Kippur War in 1973 to wonder aloud about the resources spent on war, in particular the War of Independence in 1948 and the Six Day War in 1967.

“What was the real cost for not recognizing Israel in 1948 and why didn’t the Arab states spend their assets on education, health care and the infrastructures instead of wars?” asked Abdulateef al-Mulhim in the Arab News, a Saudi Arabian newspaper in English whose website “gets hundreds of thousands of hits every day” from around the world, according to the paper’s site.

“But, the hardest question that no Arab national wants to hear is whether Israel is the real enemy of the Arab world and the Arab people,” wrote al-Mulhim.

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Thursday, September 13, 2012

Another blow in the Islamists’ war

By Amir Taheri

The attack on the US consulate in Benghazi, Libya, is the latest tragic reminder that America is at war.
Christopher Stevens, the US Ambassador to Libya, and the three other American dead are the latest victims of a war that started decades ago.

To those who knew him, Ambassador Stevens was a model of charm, decency and understanding. During Libya’s painful struggle to shake off despotism, he played a crucial role in helping mobilize international opinion in favor of the popular uprising. To many Libyans, he was not only a friend but something of a hero.

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Monday, September 10, 2012

Jailed doc who helped nail Bin Laden warns Pakistan sees U.S. as 'worst enemy'

Pakistan’s powerful spy agency regards America as its “worst enemy,” and the government's claims that it is cooperating with the US are a sham to extract billions of dollars in American aid, according to the CIA informant jailed for his role in hunting down Usama bin Laden.

In an exclusive interview with Fox News, Shakil Afridi, the medical doctor who helped pinpoint bin Laden’s Abbottabad compound before last year’s raid by SEAL Team 6, described brutal torture at the hands of Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence, and said the agency is openly hostile to the U.S.

“They said ‘The Americans are our worst enemies, worse than the Indians,’” Afridi, who spoke from inside Peshawar Central Jail, said as he recalled the brutal interrogation and torture he suffered after he was initially detained.

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Thursday, August 30, 2012

How Many Millionaires Live in the "Impoverished" Gaza Strip?

The world often thinks of the Gaza Strip, home to 1.4 million Palestinians, as one of the poorest places on earth, where people live in misery and squalor.

But according to an investigative report published in the pan-Arab newspaper Asharq Al-Awsat, there are at least 600 millionaires living in the Gaza Strip. The newspaper report also refutes the claim that the Gaza Strip has been facing a humanitarian crisis because of an Israeli blockade.

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Thursday, August 9, 2012

Former PA security chief Dahlan says Gaza "not under siege", residents "not lacking anything."


08/09/2012 19:36

Former PA security chief claims Hamas created atmosphere ripe for "new terror groups"; accuses Gaza leadership of threatening Egypt's national security; says Gaza "not under siege", residents "not lacking anything."

Mohammed Dahlan  
Hamas has created the proper environment for the emergence of new terror groups in the Gaza Strip, Mohammed Dahlan, a former Palestinian security commander, said Thursday.

Dahlan, who founded and headed the Palestinian Authority's Preventive Security Force in the Gaza Strip between 1994 and 2000, also accused Hamas of harboring the terror groups and using their members to kill Fatah activists in the Gaza Strip.

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Monday, July 9, 2012

No comment necessary: Jordanian Minister pulls gun on opponent during talk show

A Jordanian MP is being investigated by police after pulling a gun on an opponent during a televised political debate.

On Thursday (July 5), commentator Mansur Murad was debating the Syrian crisis with MP Mohammed Shawabkeh. The discussion quickly became heated after Mr Murad accused his opponent of buying his way into parliament.  After trading insults, Mr Shawabkeh responded by first throwing his shoe at Murad, who ducked behind his desk, then pulling a snub-nose revolver from under his belt.

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Tuesday, June 12, 2012

Israeli irrigation expert wins World Food Prize

An Israeli scientist who has reached across political and ethnic boundaries to help dozens of countries in the Middle East, Africa, Asia, and South America improve agriculture with new irrigation methods will receive the World Food Prize, the prize's foundation announced on Tuesday.

                              Dr. Daniel Hillel with Palestinian Muslim community leaders.Photo by AP Photo / The World Food Prize Foundation

 "It is significant that Dr. Hillel's nomination for the World Food Prize contained letters of support from individuals and organizations in Jordan, Egypt and the United Arab Emirates,"

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Thursday, April 26, 2012

Sounds reasonable... NOT: Outrage as Egypt plans 'farewell intercourse law' so husbands can have sex with DEAD wives up to six hours after their death

Egyptian husbands will soon be legally allowed to have sex with their dead wives - for up to six hours after their death.

The controversial new law is part of a raft of measures being introduced by the Islamist-dominated parliament.

It will also see the minimum age of marriage lowered to 14 and the ridding of women's rights of getting education and employment.

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Tuesday, January 3, 2012

UK envoy slams, retracts criticism of J'lem building (Unfortunately there was no such building project commenced)

01/03/2012 20:33

British ambassador Matthew Gould took Israel to task Tuesday for announcing new building projects beyond the Green Line in Jerusalem, but then retracted the criticism after learning there had been no such new declaration.

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Tuesday, November 22, 2011

SHOCKER - Egypt's military ruler battles with Mubarak comparison

A striking image hoisted in Cairo's Tahrir Square when protests against military rule erupted showed an aging, male face; one half was Hosni Mubarak's, the other that of the man now in charge of Egypt - Field Marshal Mohamed Hussein Tantawi.

It sums up a growing sentiment as transition to civilian rule has dragged on: Tantawi, defending the armed forces' vast economic interests after 60 years in power, has betrayed the trust of a nation and is acting in the same way as the former president he served as defense minister for two decades.

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Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Simon Deng Former Sudanese Slave: “Calling Israel a racist state is absolutely absurd and immoral.”

Simon Deng, a former South Sudanese slave taken by a neighbor as a young boy to Islamist Northern Sudan gave this impassioned speech at yesterday’s Durban Watch Conference in New York. He puts the lie to the Zionism is Racism canard of Durban III painting Israel as a pariah state. Rather as he points out it is the Arab Muslim Jihadis who have engaged in racial genocide of millions of Sudanese, whether Muslim or Christian. As he further points out it is Israel that is the ultimate destination of Sudanese refugees, as Egypt has oppressed them. Click here to read full text of Deng's Speech

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Tuesday, August 9, 2011

New 5 Star Hotel opens in Gaza

Thought they were starving?

AL-SOUDANIA, Gaza Strip (AP) — The Gaza Strip’s first five-star hotel gleams with marble floors, five luxury restaurants and a breezy cafe overlooking the territory’s white sandy beaches and sparkling blue Mediterranean Sea. The only thing missing are guests.

Nearly all of the newly opened hotel’s 222 rooms, decked out with ornate metal-worked lamps, flat screen televisions, oversized beds and sea views, sit empty. The tourists whom the developers expected to flood to Gaza when they launched the project 13 years ago are nowhere to be seen. Local residents, most of them living in poverty, can only dream of staying in the gleaming complex.

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Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Turkey's Burak Bekdil: Let's be fair here

Thursday, June 2, 2011


Let’s try to rid ourselves from the chains of religious ideology or just ideology and try to be fair. The return to the 1967 borders means a no-loss bet, an oxymoron. It’s tantamount to betting money on a game, losing it and making a scene at the bet shop to take back the money. In warfare terms, this would be similar to Greeks proposing Turkey a return to the pre-1923 borders: They attacked, they lost, and they, unlike the Arabs, have no intention to capture central Anatolia in the 21st century.

Here, the question is simple: Would the United Arabia today agree to return to the 1967 borders if their glorious eight-nation united force had succeeded to annihilate Israel four decades ago? The Arabs should be able to understand that they can always enjoy lunch in Tel Aviv, like Israel’s peaceful Arab citizens do, once they overcome their religious and ideological hatred of the “Jooos” and make peace with them.

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Monday, March 21, 2011

Anti-government protests spread in Syrian south

Syrian army deploys to stop protests in Deraa as demonstrations begin in Jassem; officials try to calm protesters calling for freedom after funeral for activist killed by security forces; 5 killed in clashes to date.

Obama unusually quiet about this one....

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Thursday, January 13, 2011

The Humanitarian Crisis in Gaza (Obesity!)

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East Jerusalem Arabs Prefer to Stay part of Israel

'E. J'lem Arabs would prefer Israel over Palestinian state'
01/13/2011 06:03

According to recent poll of over 1,000 Arabs residents, only a quarter said would probably move to "Palestine"; 54% said they would stay in Israel.

In the case of a final peace agreement that established a Palestinian state, more Arab residents of east Jerusalem would prefer to be Israeli than Palestinian, according to a study released Wednesday by Pechter Middle East Polls.

The poll surveyed over 1,000 Arab residents of east Jerusalem, focusing on questions about quality of life and personal identity choices in the case of a two-state peace agreement.

According to the poll, if their neighborhood became part of Israel, only a quarter of residents said would probably move to “Palestine,” whereas 54 percent said they would probably want to stay in Israel. If a neighborhood became part of Palestine, 40% said they would probably try to move to Israel, while 37% would probably stay in Palestine.The reasons that many east Jerusalem residents want to stay Israeli are economic: access to better jobs, smaller classes for their children, and better healthcare, according to the poll.

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Monday, December 27, 2010

UNRWA Official Calls on Palestinians to Accept Reality

Here's a man-bites-dog story: The director of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency's New York Representative Office (the primary United Nations organization responsible for advocating on behalf of the Palestinian Arabs), Andrew Whitley, told a conference in Washington that Palestinians should accept that they will never return to Israel and, rather than continue to dream of this, they should work to improve their current circumstances.

"If one doesn't start a discussion soon with the refugees for them to consider what their own future might be—for them to start debating their own role in the societies where they are rather than being left in a state of limbo where they are helpless but preserve rather the cruel illusions that perhaps they will return one day to their homes—then we are storing up trouble for ourselves. …

We recognize, as I think most do, although it's not a position that we publicly articulate, that the right of return is unlikely to be exercised to the territory of Israel to any significant or meaningful extent. It's not a politically palatable issue, it's not one that UNRWA publicly advocates, but nevertheless it's a known contour to the issue."

Whitley concluded these startling remarks by suggesting that UNRWA should resettle its clients rather than continue to perpetuate their refugee status.

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