Category Archives: Analysis

African Fruit Bats or Biowarfare? Ebola Epidemic Sparks Persistent Questions

‘There is no natural disease called ebola’ By Richard B. Muhammad, Ashahed M. Muhammad and Brian E. Muhammad The number of Ebola cases in West Africa could start doubling every three weeks and it could end up costing nearly $1 billion … Continue reading

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Two Perspectives on the Possibility of a Coming World War

Yesterday it was reported that Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has called for a “reset” in relations with the United States. I’m not sure why Lavrov, who I normally respect, would engage in such silliness unless it was to stall, … Continue reading

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Christian Evangelicals Increasingly Support Palestinian Human Rights

By Alison Weir An article in Middle East Quarterly, a pro-Israel publication, reports that support for Israel is eroding among American evangelical Christians, with only 30 percent currently stating support for Israel above Palestinians. This trend is even more pronounced … Continue reading

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The Israeli Blackmail Machine: The Clintons Weren’t the Only Ones

Dean Ryan 21st Century Wire At a time when the Oval Office was renamed the Oral Office, and cigars became a favourite past time of presidents and kinksters alike, the leader of the free world was at the mercy of … Continue reading

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Jewish Billionaires Make War on Iran

And the United States is Helping By Philip Giraldi There is a group of Jewish American billionaires who are apparently doing their best to make sure than negotiations with Iran go nowhere in the mistaken belief that they are doing … Continue reading

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How Liberal Zionists Enable Israel’s Genocidal Ambitions

By Rania Khalek On 1 August, the Internet erupted in outrage at The Times of Israel for publishing a blog post titled “When genocide is permissible.” Authored by Yochanan Gordon, the piece suggests that genocide against Palestinians is an acceptable … Continue reading

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Will Bernie Sanders Be the First Jewish President of the US?

Bernie Sanders, who apparently is running for president, brings to mind the words of an old rock song: I get on my knees and pray we don’t get fooled again. Sanders, a Jewish senator from Vermont and staunch supporter of … Continue reading

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Understanding Hamas

By Cata Charrett In 2006 following Hamas’s success in the Palestinian legislative elections, Ismail Haniyeh, the newly elected Prime Minister wrote a letter to President Bush.  In this letter Haniyeh asked for his new government to be recognised, he offered … Continue reading

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Tallying Israeli War Crimes

For decades, Israel has slaughtered Palestinians with impunity, always protected by the U.S. government and its veto at the UN Security Council. But the latest bloody assault on Gaza has prompted more open talk about Israeli war crimes — and U.S. … Continue reading

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Clash of Civilizations II: Genocide of Christians and the Remapping of the Middle East

By Mahdi Darius Nazemroaya | Global Research Historically, the Levant is the birthplace of Christianity and the oldest Christian communities have lived in it and the entire Fertile Crescent since the start of Christian history. Early Christians called themselves followers … Continue reading

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