‘An Outsider’s Inside View’ of the Group That Zionists Loathe and Fear

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Book Review: Hezbollah: An Outsider’s Inside View
by Brenda Heard

 

 

 
Reviewed by Richard Edmondson

Hezbollah is routinely branded a “terrorist” organization by Western media, but if asked, most Americans would probably be hard-pressed to name a single terrorist act the group has committed (armed resistance against a military occupation of one’s country does not constitute terrorism).

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Book Review: The Illegal War on Libya

 photo libybk_mckinney_zpsc52fe1d4.jpgReviewed by Ludwig Watzal

All the wars and attacks, which were started by the U.S. and its so-called allies in the wake of 9/11, have wreaked havoc. You name it, you got it: Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, Syria, Yemen, Somalia, and perhaps even Iran. The Islamic Republic is not yet off the hook. There are strong forces in the U.S. and in the Middle East that prefer war to peace at the expense of the U.S. Right now, there is a war going on in Libya against the Western installed puppet government, without notice of the corporate media.

Cynthia McKinney, a former African-American Congresswoman has edited a book, The Illegal War on Libya (Clarity Press, Atlanta 2012), on the illegal war on Libya fought by NATO members with the support of the Arab League and some despotic Arab regimes. As a member of the Democratic Party, she served six terms in the House of Representatives before she was defeated by Denise Majette in the 2002 Democratic primary. McKinney’s loss was attributed to her support of Arab causes and to her suggestion that George W. Bush had advance knowledge of the 9/11 attacks.

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Book Review: Zealot: The Life and Times of Jesus of Nazareth

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Reviewed by Richard Edmondson

Every now and then “biblical scholars” of one garden variety or another will announce their intentions of embarking upon a “quest for the historical Jesus.” This is nothing new. In fact, it has been going on for well over a century. At times such endeavors have been little more than thinly disguised attacks on Christianity, more often than not with the objective of depicting the gospel writers as liars, artificers, anti-Semites, etc., and as a spin-off to this process countless books invariably get published, each purporting to present the really, finally, once-and-for-all, true “historical Jesus.”

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