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Last Lunch—Reflecting on Aljazeera’s Documentary of Yemen’s President Al-Hamdi

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Last Lunch—Reflecting on Aljazeera’s Documentary of Yemen’s President Al-Hamdi

Last Lunch—Reflecting on Aljazeera’s Documentary of Yemen’s President Al-Hamdi By Gamal Gasim After more than four decades of deliberate regional media oversight, there is now a serious, thought-provoking documentary film on the assassination of Yemen’s popular President, Ibrahim Mohammed Al-Hamdi. The tragic killing of President Al-Hamdi, alongside his own brother Abd Allah Al-Hamdi and two…

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Response to Israeli expert on whistleblowers and The Matter of Mordechai Vanunu

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Response to Israeli expert on whistleblowers and The Matter of Mordechai Vanunu

Clinical psychologist Ilan Diamant, never met Israel’s nuclear whistleblower but his opinions regarding Vanunu reminded this American -who has met and interviewed Vanunu- of the Expert Opinion of Charles Barnaby in the Matter of Mordechai Vanunu  By Eileen Fleming The Guardian’s obituary of Frank Charles Barnaby reported the nuclear weapons scientist died on the first of…

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America’s 19th 9/11, Stand or Fall

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America’s 19th 9/11, Stand or Fall

Donald Trump and Joe Biden will commemorate the 19th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks in rural Pennsylvania where one of the hijacked planes crashed in a field.  The following is this American’s commemoration of 11 September 2001.  By Eileen Fleming “United we stand, divided we fall” is a phrase used to inspire unity and collaboration of individuals…

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Lebanon’s crisis calls for radical local reforms and a revised US Mideast policy

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Lebanon’s crisis calls for radical local reforms and a revised US Mideast policy

Lebanon’s crisis calls for radical local reforms and a revised US Mideast policy By Ghassan Micel Rubeiz When my friends in the US ask me to explain what is happening in Lebanon, I talk about how rampant corruption is, how emotionally dichotomized society is, how the national debt has grown out of control, how much…

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UAE-Israel normalization is not a breakthrough in peace making

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UAE-Israel normalization is not a breakthrough in peace making

UAE-Israel normalization is not a breakthrough in peace making By Ghassan Michel Rubeiz Addressing the normalization of diplomatic relations between the United Arab Emirate and Israel on August 13 as a “Mideast peace breakthrough” is a stark exaggeration. For Palestinians, Western media’s perspective is false and provocative; it feels like the world community denies that…

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USS Liberty Survivors of The Six-Day War Read and Write  

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USS Liberty Survivors of The Six-Day War Read and Write  

On 8 June 1967, thirty four Americans were killed, 174 wounded and scarred for life because the USA Government failed to support the USS Liberty troops while Israel was attacking them with bombs, bullets, and torpedoes; and continues to disrespect the Liberty troops request to speak to the American people during an open Congressional hearing….

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