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Al-Shabaab attack and kill civilians at out patient clinic

Mogadishu, Somalia, January 30, 2010 (SL Times) – In yet another gross violation of Islamic teachings,

British Citizen vs. IDF Guard

One would expect the Foreign Secretary to care primarily about British citizens (in Somalia) rather than foreign (Israeli) soldiers who maintain an illegal occupation and the starvation of millions (of

Israel uses holocaust memory to effect own holocaust against Palestinians

Writing in the Ha’aretz newspaper on Thursday, 28 January, under the title “holocaust remembrance is a boon for Israeli propaganda,” the noted Israeli journalist Gideon Levy accused Israel of employing

The Currency Issue

The present currency crisis provides a natural environment for a new formula to conduct financial transactions that could deal with the status of globalisation without subjecting this globalisation to one

America’s Sorry History with Haiti

There is another kind of aid that the people of Haiti need that isn’t being talked about. They need us to understand their real history, their culture and their potential.

Blair Survives Iraq Inquiry

Blair today is seen for what he really is. Instead of showing contrition and apologizing for the countless dead, maimed and homeless resulting from his reckless beliefs and lack of

Talking to the Taliban

The new Afghan strategy marks a fresh start but great obstacles to a peaceful settlement - and no doubt a lot more fighting - still lie ahead, says Patrick Seale.

Arab Society and Men with Guns

Why it is that every time civil society and NGO activists launch a new initiative or organization, they must first get permission to do so from the men with guns

How the Pentagon Counts Coups in Washington

The US president’s team estimates savings of $250 billion over 10 years. On the other hand, the National Priorities Project has done some sober figuring, based on projections from the

America’s Sad History with Haiti

Had America let Aristide run his country, without interfering, the suffering in Haiti would have been greatly lessened. If Washington had let them have their loans for health care, infrastructure,