[ Ed. note – The following comes from a Dec. 31, 2009 CBS News Report:
The Afghan government said its investigation has established that all 10 people killed Sunday in a remote village in Kunar province were civilians. Its officials said that eight of those killed were schoolchildren aged 12-14.
NATO officials initially said all the dead were insurgents, but later backed off by saying there was no evidence to substantiate the claims that they were civilians.
The iconic arch at the UNESCO heritage site in Syria’s Palmyra has been blown up by ISIS jihadists engaged in a “cultural cleansing” of the Middle East. The latest grievous loss of an ancient artifact was confirmed to Reuters by Syria’s antiquities chief.
Interesting comment from a guest on Press TV, likening ISIS to Jewish settlers in Israel. It doesn’t come until near the end of the video, but her other comments are pretty much spot-on as well.
[ Ed. note – text appearing in green are my own added emphases. Boldface subheading/summations are in the original. ]
A little earlier this evening I posted an article regarding the Jewish War on Free Speech, in which I posited that Judaism, the religion, may be at least as much a part of the problem, if not more so, than Zionism, the political ideology. This is contrary to the way most people view the situation in the Middle East, but it’s important to reflect on the fact that it was Zionism that grew out of Judaism, and not the other way around.
The Jewish war on free speech is growing ever more pervasive, as a few recently published articles show. Last month I posted a report about the city council in Reykjavík, Iceland voting to boycott goods made in Israel. The action gave rise to the typical Zionist furor we have all come to expect, and now it seems the city government in Reykjavík has been forced to rescind the measure. You’ll see a report on that below as well as a report on similar attacks against a mayor in Germany.
[ Ed. – You can certainly understand why Netanyahu would feel the way he does considering all the Israeli scientists that Iran has assassinated; considering also, of course, the suffocating sanctions that Iran and its lobby in America have imposed upon Israel all these years, not to mention Iran’s stockpile of some 400 nuclear warheads as well as its deliberate policy of nuclear ambiguity. These, of course, are things not to be take lightly. ]
By AriadnaPress, October 1, 2015
Israel’s Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, spoke at the UN, berating the UN members for their silent indifference to Israel’s existential danger, faced with Iran’s threat.
Tony Blair is beginning to take on the coloring of one of those figures from Dante’s Inferno. He is in hell, in a manner of speaking–dogged relentlessly by war crimes accusations which have been pursuing him for the past twelve years, and which, from the looks of things, are not going away, at least not anytime soon.