Monthly Archives: October 2009

After All, I Am a Proper Zionist Jew

by Gilad Atzmon / October 27th, 2009 Yes, I am a survivor, for I have managed to survive all the scary accounts of the Holocaust: the one about the soap,1 the one about the lamp shades, the one about the … Continue reading

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Arrogant US Misses the Message From Pakistan’s People

William Pfaff October 29, 2009 There has always been in American foreign policy circles a virus called arrogance, caused by the hereditary assumption that Americans know better than others. Surprisingly, this does not always prove the case, but the condition … Continue reading

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Video: Palestinians homeless again after eviction

AljaeeraEnglish October 29, 2009 The United Nations is calling on Israel to immediately stop demolishing Palestinian homes in occupied East Jerusalem. The UN says 60,000 Palestinians may be at risk of being forcibly evicted. Israel says the houses are built … Continue reading

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Gaza thirsts as sewage crisis mounts

Partially treated sewage seeps into the groundwater from the lagoons By Heather Sharp BBC News, Gaza Gaza’s aquifer and only natural freshwater source is "in danger of collapse," the UN is warning. Engineers have long been battling to keep the … Continue reading

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EYE WITNESS REPORTS FROM GAZA Video Free Gaza News Oct22,2009

Ewa Jasiewicz was a witness to the horrors in Gaza before and after Israels brutal massacres in December and January during Israel’s Operation Cast Lead.

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PART I THE GREATEST STORY NEVER TOLD It was time for another check-in with a well-informed military man who never fails to astonish me with revelations that never seem to appear on Fox or CNN. “What’s new?” I asked Hank. … Continue reading

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Honey, they shrunk the biscuits! Or how supermarkets are boosting profits by secretly making food packets smaller

By Gwyneth Rees Last updated at 2:39 AM on 24th October 2009 This was the week of Biscuitgate. Political pundits of all hues expended many hours on the significance of Gordon Brown’s refusal during a live webchat to name his … Continue reading

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