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Mossad’s Record

Many regard him as a hero and champion of truth and honesty, but former Mossad agent Victor Ostrovsky has been called “the most treacherous Jew in modern Jewish history”

A Short History of the ACLU

The American Civil Liberties Union may seem benign but that may only be a ruse. In reality it may be a wolf in sheep’s clothing

Decoding Media Lies About the Bomb at UN Headquarters in Baghdad

A truck bomb hit the UN offices in Baghdad, right? Wrong. Joe Vialls casts his eye over video footage and concludes that all is not what the spin doctors would have us believe

A Bloodcurdling Libel (A Summer Story) Part 2

A Bloodcurdling Libel (A Summer Story) Part 2

When the toll of murdered Palestinian children rose into the hundreds and began to attract attention of international organisations, the spirit of the blood libel was promptly ushered forth

The Cemetery at Basra: Broken Remnants of Britain’s Imperial Past

Robert Fisk reflects on the irony of Basra’s official war cemetery, where almost 3,000 British servicemen lie buried

Goodbye speed cameras, hello a spy in every car

Dubbed “The Informer”, the British government plans to dramatically extend its powers of surveillence with new technology

Reuters Cameraman Killed For Filming U.S. Graves: Brother

The brother of Reuters cameraman Mazen Dana said he was deliberately murdered for discovering mass graves of U.S. troops killed in Iraqi resistance attacks

The Unravelling of Tony Blair

Tony Blair attacked a country that offered no threat, and helped cause the deaths of thousands of innocent people. The judges at the Nuremberg Tribunal…called this “the gravest of all war crimes”

The War on Truth

Lieutenant-General Sir Stanley Maude, who led British forces into Iraq in 1917, said: “Our armies do not come…as conquerors or enemies, but as liberators.” Within three years, 10,000 had died in uprisings against the British occupiers

How Britain Exports Weapons Of Mass Destruction

Unless we apply the lesson “all governments are liars” to our own leaders, British fighter jets and chemical weapons technology will continue to wreck lives all over the world.

Bush’s Vietnam

America’s two “great victories” since 11 September 2001 are unravelling. Comparisons with Vietnam have been made so often over the years that I hesitate to draw another. However, the similarities are striking

Who are the Extremists?

John Pilger identifies the root cause of the bloody bombing of the UN compound in Baghdad, which Washington and London have blamed on ‘extremists from outside’

Why The US Needs To Blame al-Qa’ida

The dust has barely settled around Baghdad’s devastated UN offices. But the Bush administration is already weaving a veil of spin around the carnage

The Writings of Martin Luther King Jr.

We look at an icon in America’s liberal establishmen, who was, according to one reveiwer, also a “serial plagiarist”

Washington Sniper Creates Havoc in West Virginia

The recent sniper killings in West Virginia bear an uncanny resemblance to last years sniper attacks in Washington

Attack Underlines America’s Crumbling Authority

The men who are attacking America’s occupation army are ruthless, but they are not stupid. And they know that the attack on the UN shows the US can guarantee the safety of no one

Israel Claims ‘Lost Property’ In Arab Countries

Israeli sources put at $10 billion the value of the alleged Jewish property in Iraq, noting that Israel expects Iraqi oil revenues will help finance compensation

Bracing for Guerrilla Warfare in Cyberspace

It is June, the children are out of school, and as highways and airports fill with vacationers, rolling power outages hit sections of Los Angeles, Chicago, Washington and New York

Web Site Culls Schwarzenegger Quotes

His opponents say they don`t know where he stands on the issues, but a group of tongue-in-cheek admirers have mined Arnold Schwarzenegger`s past comments for hints

Israeli Center Opened In Baghdad

Offices said to specialize in Middle Eastern studies, have just opened in Baghdad. But many view them as just another front for Israeli intelligence