Monthly Archives: February 2009

شيعة السعودية.. ومأزق الاتجاه

شيعة السعودية.. ومأزق الاتجاه . بقلم عبدالله بن ناصر الصبيح الاضطرابات التي وقعت في الأيام الماضية في مدينة الرسول صلى الله عليه وسلم وتحديدا في مقبرة البقيع وساحات الحرم المدني لم تكن مفاجئة للعقلاء فمنذ سنوات ونحن نشهد شحنا طائفيا … Continue reading

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Amnesty International’s Scandalous Obliquity

Op-Ed by Khalid Amayreh Special to Salem-News.com Palestinians incinerated to death by Israel’s White Phosphorous bombs. Bloodsoaked carpets in a classroom at a UN school that was targeted and attacked by Israel. This photo and others in the story of … Continue reading

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Minnesotans For Global Warming Song (If We Had Some Global Warming)

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AFGHANISTAN: IDPs in northwest battle cold, diseases and hunger

IRIN News Displaced families living in suburbs of Kabul under horrible conditions due to sever cold. Over 235,000 individuals are currently displaced in different parts of the country, down from about one million in 2002, according to the UN Refugee … Continue reading

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Taliban Say Want Peace With Afghans, NATO Troops Out

Sayed Salahuddin, Reuters Feb 26, 2009 KABUL — The Taliban are willing to work with all Afghan groups to achieve peace, but the problems of Afghanistan can only be solved if foreign troops withdraw from the country, a senior insurgent … Continue reading

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Israel seizes land in plan to encircle West Bank town with fence

Ma’an news Feb 26, 2009 Bethlehem – Ma’an – The Israeli military has issued an order to confiscate farmland in order to build a 295-meter barbed-wire fence separating the West Bank town of Beit Ummar from an adjacent highway. According … Continue reading

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War Reporting and Propaganda in Iraq and Afghanistan

Tim King Salem-News.com The media takes a beating for not reporting on the positive aspects of war; it is a notion that most people who have spent time in a combat theater find ridiculous. Afghan culture: Kabul, 2007, two men … Continue reading

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