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Russia proceeds with missile sale to Syria

Israel has voiced concern that some of the highly accurate anti-ship missiles could fall into the hands of Hezbollah

Greek P.M.: Zionism and the IMF’s Last Best Friend

Like Mubarak, Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou combines servility to his imperial mentors with arrogance and brutality to his subjects, writes James Petras. Is he heading the same way?

Immortal Love, Hiding in Plain Sight

Immortal Love, Hiding in Plain Sight

Only one force has the answer to every problem and it knows the answer to everything by merely touching it, because Love turns everything into itself. It is the grand harmonic and attractive force that holds it all together

Roman Polanski’s “Rosemary’s Baby” and the Dark Side of Hollywood

Roman Polanski’s “Rosemary’s Baby” and the Dark Side of Hollywood

Vigilant Citizen looks at Roman Polanski’s Rosemary’s Baby, its links with John Lennon’s murder and the shocking real life events that followed its release

Russia planning new arms sales to Iran despite sanctions

Russia will look at ways to expand military cooperation with Iran, despite being forced by UN sanctions to scrap the controversial sale of the S-300 missile system, says an official

Asians more likely to be anti-immigration than white Britons

Survey finds growing concern about immigration among all ethnic groups

Charlie, Say It Ain’t So

Joseph Sobran famously wrote that Jewish power is unique “in being off-limits to normal criticism.” Think Marlon Brando, Mel Gibson, Rick Sanchez and now maybe Charlie Sheen too

Madman Sees a Kindred Spirit

They have lost. Nothing is going to stop this. No matter how terrible the last gasp efforts may be, they will not be enough. It is destined and will not be compromised or stopped

Neocon Hawks Take Flight Over Libya

The same group of individuals who helped pave the way for U.S. military intervention in the Balkans and Iraq are now trying to encourage U.S. military action over Libya

7/7 Inquest: Was someone afraid to reveal the causes of deaths?

Nick Kollerstrom reveals that a special room had been set up to receive the dead of the July 7th bombings, the contract for which arrived on the contractor’s desk on July 6th, the day before the massacres

Commander: Iran Ready to Construct Port Infrastructures in Syria

Commander: Iran Ready to Construct Port Infrastructures in Syria

Steadily expanding its influence and reach

The destiny of this pageant lies in the Kingdom of Oil

The tectonic plates continue to shift, with tragic, brave – even blackly humorous – results. One the most memorable quotations from an anti-Mubarak protester: “Come back, Mr President, we were only kidding”

To Call a Spade a Spade

Silvia Cattori talks with renowned dissident and musician Gilad Atzmon

US military pulls out of key eastern Afghan valley

Following in the footsteps of the Soviets and the British Empire, the US military has begun pulling soldiers out of the Pech valley in eastern Afghanistan

Gaddafi forces fire on protesters in Tripoli; defiant leader urges thousands of supporters to take up arms

“People who don’t love me don’t deserve to live,” the Libyan leader told supporters in Tripoli’s Green Square yesterday

Dior suspends John Galliano after arrest for street abuse

Designer who Kate Moss asked to make her wedding dress, has been suspended from top French fashion house for making ‘anti-Semitic’ remarks. Includes colourful eyewitness account

Billions to be spent on Russian rearmament

Russia has announced its biggest rearmaments program since the fall of the Soviet Union

The Art of Cable Cooking

Israel Shamir on the latest episode in the Wikileaks saga

Anthony Lawson: Gaza in Plain Language

“Please help us, my good friend Tony Blair”

Gaddafi’s son asks for former prime minister Tony Blair’s help to ‘crush enemies’