Tuesday, June 12, 2007

High Powered

"A high powered delegation of Israeli Military Generals and Intelligence Officers... are in the country to advise the Indian government on combating 'terror' in Jammu and Kashmir. - :. Al Qaeda theory: Mumbai intellectuals blame MOSSAD, CIA , [Reader-list] "Al-Qaeda Hind": Fact or Fiction?: Two Articles

"Bahrain, the Persian Gulf home to the U.S. Fifth Fleet, was cited for failing to crack down on human traffickers who are bringing in men, women and children for forced labor or commercial sex work, the report says... Malaysia made its first appearance on 'Tier 3' for its failure to protect and identify victims of trafficking, many of them Indonesian domestics." - 7 nations added to trafficking blacklist

Top terrorist Abu Dujana of the CIA?
Abu Dujana had weapons training in Afghanistan and met Osama bin Laden. 'He has good relations with al-Qaeda.' reports.

De Menezes judge
Law Weblog » De Menezes judge - Lord Justice Richards - arrested ...
Accused judge's pants shown in court

US signals permanent stay in Iraq

"In reality - Believe It or Not - it was Israel which attacked Egypt... 'The Egyptians attack Israel,' France-Soir told its readers on 5 June 1967, a whopper so big that it later amended its headline to 'It's Middle East War!'. Quite so. Next day, the socialist Le Populaire headlined its story 'Attacked on all sides, Israel resists victoriously'... the president of France, General de Gaulle, moved into political isolation by telling a press conference several months later that Israel 'is organising, on the territories which it has taken, an occupation which cannot work without oppression, repression and expulsions - and if there appears resistance to this, it will in turn be called 'terrorism'"... - Robert Fisk http://news.independent.co.uk/fisk/article2636206.ece

"After Labour had been six years in power, still 26% of all three-year-old children were poor." - Babies who need big money and unflagging commitment Special ...

Dominic Lawson, Con Coughlin and MI6


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