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96% OF THE WORLD'S JEWS ARE ASHKENAZIM, WHO CAN TRACE THEIR ANCESTRY TO KHAZARIA, A CONGLOMERATE OF ARYAN TURKISH TRIBES WHICH CONVERTED TO JUDAISM IN A.D. 740.
THE ASHKENAZIM HAVE NO HISTORIC RIGHTS TO 'RETURN' AND OCCUPY LAND IN THE MIDDLE EAST. THEY SHOULD 'TRANSFER' TO THE STEPPES OF SOUTHERN RUSSIA OR STRAIGHT TO MONGOLIA WHERE ALL TURKISH TRIBES ORIGINATED!

8:42 Jesus said to the Jews, "If God were your Father, you would love Me, for I proceeded forth and have come from God, for I have not even come on My own initiative, but He sent Me."
8:43 "Why do you not understand what I am saying? It is because you cannot hear My word."
8:44 "You are of your father the devil and you want to do the desires of your father. He was a murderer from the beginning, and does not stand in the truth, because there is no truth in him. Whenever he speaks a lie, he speaks from his own nature; for he is a liar and the father of lies."
8:45 "But because I speak the truth, you do not believe Me." [JOHN 8:42-45]

ISRAELI AND AMERICAN WAR CRIMES IN PALESTINE


The Guardian - Steve Bell on the war of aggression in Iraq

I must blast Saddam to Hell.
The reason why, I cannot tell.
But this I know, and know full well,
I must blast Saddam to Hell.


BUSH AND BLAIR, BARBARISM IS NO SUBSTITUTE FOR JUSTICE! WHERE ARE THE IRAQI WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION AND THE IRAQI GOVERNMENT'S TIES TO AL QAEDA?
You LIED to the American and British people, in order to justify a criminal war of aggression, to justify a MORTAL SIN, as the Catholic Church has declared it to be (see below.)
Bishop John Michael Botean, head of the Byzantine-rite Romanian Catholic Church of North America and Bishop of the Catholic Diocese of St. George in Canton, Ohio: "I must declare to you, my people, for the sake of your salvation and mine, that ANY DIRECT PARTICIPATION AND SUPPORT OF THIS WAR AGAINST THE PEOPLE OF IRAQ IS OBJECTIVELY GRAVE EVIL, A MATTER OF MORTAL SIN." - Canton, Ohio, U.S.A., 9 March 2003


DOCUMENTS ON U.S. WAR CRIMES AND VIOLATIONS OF U.S. AND INTERNATIONAL LAWS

SO SHALL YOU REAP!


LIVING ON PENNIES
A six part series by Los Angeles Times

Davan Maharaj - Los Angeles Times: PART 1: WHEN THE PUSH FOR SURVIVAL IS A FULL-TIME JOB - 11 July 2004

Davan Maharaj - Los Angeles Times: PART 2: TRADING TOMORROW TO EAT TODAY - 12 July 2004

Davan Maharaj - Los Angeles Times: PART 3: FOR SALE - CHEAP: 'DEAD WHITE MEN'S CLOTHING' - 14 July 2004

Davan Maharaj - Los Angeles Times: PART 4: SQUALOR EVERYWHERE, BUT STILL THIS IS A NEIGHBORHOOD - 16 July 2004

Davan Maharaj - Los Angeles Times: PART 5: THE $10 IMPOSSIBLE DREAM: A YEAR OF SCHOOL - 20 July 2004

Davan Maharaj - Los Angeles Times: PART 6: A LIFE MEASURED IN OUNCES - 22 July 2004


Alexander Jakobson - HAARETZ: A DEGRADING MEMORIAL - 'The question is whether the ultra-Orthodox public in Israel, including its leaders and its spokesmen, is prepared to rid itself entirely of THE VIEW THAT NON-JEWS ARE NOT REALLY HUMAN BEINGS.'
The author is definitely courageous, but he limits his criticism to the observant Orthodox Jews who just implement the teachings of the TALMUD (Mischnah and Gemarah), a collection of the most extreme hate literature in the history of mankind, responsible for causing endless sufferings to Jews and non-Jews alike for several millennia. Needless to say, criticizing the dehumanizing teachings of the Talmud brings an instantaneous accusation of being anti-Semitic, a very ironic misnomer, given the fact that in Palestine and Israel almost all of the Semitic people are Arabic. The SEPHARAZIM or the Semitic Jews represent only 6% of the world Jewry, while 94% of all Jews, the ASHKENAZIM, are as Aryan as the Germans or the Turks, their forefathers in the Khazar Empire. - 19 August 2004

Shulamit Aloni - HAARETZ: LOSING GOD'S IMAGE - A very powerful indictment of the so-called "Jewish religion" by a very courageous Jewish writer. Read about the Israeli rabbis who make "halakhik decisions" (halakha is the Jewish Law) stating it is perfectly all right to kill non-Jewish (goim) civilians, men, women and children and to rob or destroy their property, which is what the Israeli army is doing with impunity using U.S. made weapon systems, fully paid by the idiotic American taxpayers like you and me, courtesy of the criminal U.S. politicians.
Let me quote from one of the "luminaries", Rabbi Israel Hess: "WE ARE ALL OBLIGATED TO CARRY OUT THE GENOCIDE OF THE PALESTINIANS". Are you surprised? You shouldn't be, since their "halakhic decisions" are in accordance with the teachings of the TALMUD (Mischnah and Gemarah). This is why the Universal Church ordered the Talmud to be burnt at stake several times in the last five centuries. - 19 September 2004


Gerard Baker: "If success has many fathers and failure is an orphan, Washington, D.C., is now running the largest and most desperate orphanage in modern intellectual history."

DOWNLOAD THE INDEPENDENT PANEL REPORT ON ABU GHRAIB ABUSES (PDF format) - 24 August 2004
DOWNLOAD THE ARMY INVESTIGATION REPORT ON ABU GHRAIB ABUSES (PDF format) - 25 August 2004
DOWNLOAD THE COMPREHENSIVE REPORT ON IRAQ'S WMD (PDF format) - 30 September 2004

James Glanz and Thom Shanker - New York Times: IRAQ STUDY SEES REBELS' ATTACKS AS WIDESPREAD - 30 September 2004

Sami Ramadani - The Guardian: THE TRUE FACE OF IRAQI RESISTANCE - 30 September 2004

Adrian Hamilton - The Independent: THE BEST STRATEGY NOW IS TO WITHDRAW OUR TROOPS - 30 September 2004

Patrick Cockburn - The Independent: KIDNAP-FOR-CASH IS THE ONE GROWTH INDUSTRY IN IRAQ'S NO-GO AREAS - 30 September 2004

Editorial - The Guardian: THE PRICE OF FREEDOM - 30 September 2004

Andrew Grice - The Independent: TORY LEADER ACCUSES BLAIR OF LYING ABOUT IRAQI WEAPONS - 30 September 2004

Sraff - Reuters: OBSERVERS PREDICT TROUBLED U.S. ELECTIONS - 30 September 2004

Oliver Burkeman - The Guardian: SOROS GOES ON TOUR TO DO HIS BIT TO DEFEAT BUSH - 30 September 2004

Al Gore - New York Times: HOW TO DEBATE GEORGE BUSH - 30 September 2004

Nicholas D. Kristof - New York Times: SENTENCED TO BE RAPED - 30 September 2004

Mark Mazzetti - Los Angeles Times: INSURGENTS ARE MOSTLY IRAQIS, U.S. MILITARY SAYS - 29 September 2004

Staff and Agencies - The Guardian: TWO U.K SOLDIERS DIE IN BASRA AMBUSH - 29 September 2004

Associated Press - Los Angeles Times: TWO U.S. TROOPS CHARGED WITH IRAQI'S MURDER - 29 September 2004

Staff and Agencies - The Guardian: ITALIAN HOSTAGES RELEASED IN IRAQ - 29 September 2004

Andrew Grice - The Independent: BLAME ME (...UP TO A POINT) - 29 September 2004

Rupert Cornwell - The Independent: BUSH LEADS IN POLLS BEFORE KEY DEBATE - 29 September 2004

Edmund Sanders - Los Angeles Times: WARPLANES STRIKE MILITANT STRONGHOLD IN BAGHDAD - 28 September 2004

Greg Myre - New York Times: 7 ARABS KILLED IN 5 ATTACKS, ONE BY A WEST BANK SETTLER - 28 September 2004

Bradley Burston - Haaretz: THE ARAB WHO HELPS THE JEW KILL THE ARAB - 28 September 2004

Papa Giovanni Paolo II - L'Osservatore Romano: GIUSTIZIA E SVILUPPO SOLIDALE PER GARANTIRE AL MONDO UN FUTURO DI PACE - 28 Settembre 2004

Agences - Le Monde: PARIS POSE LA QUESTION DU RETRAIT AMÉRICAIN D'IRAK - 28 Septembre 2004

Alissa J. Rubin - Los Angeles Times: CHAOS IN RAMADI - 28 September 2004

Editorial - Los Angeles Times: IMPLODING TERROR CASES - 28 September 2004

Terry Kirby - The Independent: ARAFAT JOINS FIGHT TO SAVE BIGLEY AMID REPORTS HOSTAGE IS STILL ALIVE - 28 September 2004

Charles Glass - The Independent: NEGOTIATION IS THE ONLY WAY TO FREE THE HOSTAGES - 28 September 2004

Douglas Jehl and David E. Sanger - New York Times: PREWAR ASSESSMENT ON IRAQ SAW CHANCE OF STRONG DIVISIONS - 28 September 2004

Hamida Ghafour - Los Angeles Times: AFGHANS ARE FED UP WITH SECURITY FIRM - 28 September 2004

Joseph Stiglitz - Financial Times: IT'S NOT THE ECONOMY, STUPID - 28 September 2004

Paul Krugman - New York Times: SWAGGER VERSUS SUBSTANCE - 28 September 2004

Jimmy Carter - Los Angeles Times: STILL SEEKING A FAIR FLORIDA VOTE - 28 September 2004

Staff - Reuters: CARTER FEARS FLORIDA POLL WILL BE FLAWED - 28 September 2004

Edward Alden, Thomas Catan and Mark Hubard - Financial Times: POWELL SAYS REBELLION IN IRAQ INTENSIFYING - 27 September 2004

Bob Herbert - New York Times: POWELL, THEN AND NOW - 27 September 2004

Agenzie - L'Osservatore Romano: UNA POPOLAZIONE NELLA MORSA DI UNA GUERRA SENZA NOME - 27 Settembre 2004 2004

Edward Wong - New York Times: U.S. ARRESTS SENIOR COMMANDER OF IRAQI NATIONAL GUARD - 27 September 2004

Editorial - The Independent: AN ASSASSINATION WHICH DOES NOT MAKE ISRAEL SAFER - 27 September 2004

Tyler Marshall - Los Angeles Times: HEADY U.S. GOALS FOR IRAQ FALL BY WAYSIDE - 27 September 2004

Nick Meo - The Independent: KABUL KILLS TALIBAN CHIEF FREED FROM GUANTÁNAMO - 27 September 2004

Frederic Morton - Los Angeles Times: FROM ROLE MODEL TO INTERNATIONAL BULLY IN THREE SHORT YEARS - 27 September 2004

Matthew Tempest and Tom Happold - The Guardian: LABOUR DELEGATES FORCE IRAQ DEBATE - 27 September 2004

Adam Entous - Reuters: KEY BUSH ASSERTIONS ABOUT IRAQ IN DISPUTE - 27 September 2004

Amity Shlaes- Financial Times: A VOTE OF NO CONFIDENCE - 27 September 2004

Strobe Talbot - Financial Times: THE STRAINS OF PUTIN'S CLAMPDOWN - 27 September 2004

Maureen Dowd - New York Times: DANCE OF THE MARIONETTES - 26 September 2004

Patrick Cockburn - The Independent: CIVILIANS DIE IN U.S. GROUND AND AIR ATTACK IN FALLUJAH - 26 September 2004

Staff - Reuters: U.S. SOLDIER GETS 25 YEARS FOR MURDERING IRAQI - 26 September 2004

Paul Richter - Los Angeles Times: COSTS WHITTLE FUNDS TO IRAQIS - 26 September 2004

Chalmers Johnson - Los Angeles Times: MY CONGRESSMAN STANDS FOR MONEY, NOT FOR ME - 26 September 2004

Edward L. Glaeser - Los Angeles Times: AMERICA THE CONSERVATIVE - 26 September 2004

Gregory Rodriguez - Los Angeles Times: POUTY WHITE PEOPLE - 26 September 2004

Associated Press - New York Times: ISRAEL RAZES 35 PALESTINIAN HOMES IN GAZA - 25 September 2004

Reuters - Haaretz: U.N. REPORT ACCUSES ISRAEL OF BUILDING FENCE TO CONFISCATE LAND - 25 September 2004

Robert Fisk - The Independent: THE WORSE THE SITUATION IN IRAQ, THE BIGGER THE LIES THAT TONY BLAIR TELLS US - 25 September 2004

Fadel al-Badrani - Reuters: U.S. AIR STRIKES KILL SEVEN IN FALLUJA - 25 September 2004

Jean-Dominique Merchet - Liberation: A L'ONU, LA FRANCE PRÔNE L'OUVERTURE DU 'CLUB DES CINQUE' - 25 September 2004

Robert Fisk - The Independent: DRAMATIC PLEA FROM AL-QA'IDA SUSPECT - 25 September 2004

Julian Borger - The Guardian: TOP U.S. OFFICIALS CLASH OVER NEED TO LIMIT IRAQ POLL - 25 September 2004

Carlotta Gall - New York Times: AL QAEDA TRIES TO UPSET AFGHAN VOTE - 25 September 2004

Andrew Buncombe - The Independent: BUSH PLAYS ON FAITH AND FAMILY VALUES TO WIN OVER BLUE-COLLAR WISCONSIN - 25 September 2004

Ben Aris and Duncan Campbell - The Guardian: HOW BUSH'S GRANDFATHER HELPED HITLER'S RISE TO POWER - 25 September 2004

Robin Cook - The Independent: THE TRAGIC FATE OF AN OCCUPATION POLICY IN IRAQ WHICH IS NOW VISIBLY FAILING - 24 September 2004

Philip Stephens - Financial Times: POWER AND LEGITIMACY - 24 September 2004

Bob Herbert - New York Times: BUSH UPBEAT AS IRAQ BURNS - 24 September 2004

Patrick J. McDonnell - Los Angeles Times: VIOLENCE BELIES POSITIVE PICTURE - 24 September 2004

Editorial - Los Angeles Times: THE POSITIVE PORTRAIT OF IRAQ PAINTED BY PRESIDENT BUSH AND "PRIME MINISTER" ALLLAWI RUNS COUNTER TO THE HARSH REALITY - 24 September 2004

Rupert Cornwell - The Independent: PARALLEL WORLDS - 24 September 2004

Jonathan Steele - The Guardian: HUMILIATED AND IMPOTENT, EVERY IRAQI IS A HOSTAGE NOW - 24 September 2004

Paul Krugman - New York Times: LET'S GET REAL - 24 September 2004

Matea Gold - Los Angeles Times: KERRY ACCUSES BUSH OF DECEPTION ON IRAQ - 24 September 2004

Edmund L. Andrews - New York Times: CONGRESS APPROVES A BILL TO EXTEND BUSH'S TAX CUTS - 24 September 2004

Douglas Jehl - New York Times: A NATIONAL EXPERIMENT IN VOTING - 24 September 2004

Editorial - Los Angeles Times: E-VOTING: TRUST, BUT VERIFY - 24 September 2004

Quentin Peel - Financial Times: IRAQ IS FACING AN IMPOSSIBLE DILEMMA - 23 September 2004

Dexter Filkins - New York Times: TOP SHIITE CLERIC RAISES CONCERNS ON JANUARY VOTE - 23 September 2004

Johann Hari - The Independent: BEHEADED HOSTAGES, SLAUGHTERED CHILDREN, AND THE MISGUIDED 'WAR ON GLOBAL TERROR' - 24 September 2004

David Stout- New York Times: U.S. AGREES TO RELEASE AMERICAN CAUGHT WITH TALIBAN - 23 September 2004

Editorial - New York Times: PRESIDENT BUSH'S LEAD BALLOON - 23 September 2004

Nicholas D. Kristof - New York Times: WASHING AWAY THE MUD - 23 September 2004

Maureen Dowd - New York Times: THE PRINCES OF TIDES, TACKING AND ATTACKING - 23 September 2004

Paul Watson - Los Angeles Times: U.S. HAND SEEN IN AFGHAN ELECTION - 23 September 2004

Mark Turner - Financial Times: ANNAN CALLS ON WORLD LEADERS TO SAVE RULE OF LAW - 22 September 2004

James Harding and Mark Turner - Financial Times: BUSH CLASHES WITH ANNAN OVER GLOBAL SECURITY - 22 September 2004

Warren Hoge - New York Times: ANNAN REPEATS MISGIVINGS ABOUT LEGALITY OF IRAQ WAR - 22 September 2004

Agencias - El Mundo: ZAPATERO PROPONE A LA ONU CREAR UNA ALIANZA DE CIVILIZACIONES ENTRE OCCIDENTE Y EL MUNDO ÁRABO - 22 de Septiembre 2004

Martin Wolf - Financial Times: WE EMBRACE PUTIN AT OUR PERIL - 22 September 2004

Tony Benn - The Guardian: MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT CAN END THE IRAQ FOLLY - 22 September 2004

Envoyé spécial - Le Monde: L'ARMÉE DU MAHDI SE DÉCHIRE ENTRE PARTISANS DE LA TRÊVE ET ADEPTES D'UNE LUTTE À OUTRANCE - 22 Septembre 2004

Shlomo Shamir - Haaretz: BUSH CALLS ON ISRAEL TO FREEZE SETTLEMENTS - 22 September 2004

Arnon Regular - Haaretz: HOW A PALESTINIAN WIDOW AND HER TREES ARE A THREAT TO DEFENCE MINISTER MOFAZ - 22 September 2004

David E. Sanger - New York Times: 2 ASSESSMENTS OF IRAQ, 2 ELECTION STRATEGIES - 22 September 2004

Douglas Jehl - New York Times: C.I.A. REVIEW IS CRITICAL OF PREWAR IRAQ ANALYSIS - 22 September 2004

Adam Jay - The Guardian: ANNAN CONDEMNS U.S. ABUSES IN IRAQ - 21 September 2004

Steve Holland - Reuters: BUSH DEFENDS IRAQ WAR AT U.N. - 21 September 2004

Paul Krugman - New York Times: THE LAST DECEPTION - 21 September 2004

Craig Pyes and Mark Mazzetti - Los Angeles Times: U.S. PROBING ALLEGED ABUSE OF AFGHANS - 21 September 2004

Cahal Milmo, Colin Brown and Patrick Cockburn - The Independent: U.S. HOSTAGE IS BEHEADED BY IRAQI MILITANTS - 21 September 2004

Kate Holt and Sarah Hughes - The Independent: ENSLAVED FOR DOLLARS - 21 September 2004

Robert Scheer - Los Angeles Times: TRUE CONSERVATIVES WOULD BACK KERRY - 21 September 2004

David Brooks - New York Times: FINALLY, KERRY TAKES A STAND - 21 September 2004

Anthony Cordesman - Financial Times: IRAQ IS NOT LOST, BUT U.S. STRATEGY IS - 20 September 2004

Patrick Cockburn and Andrew Buncombe - The Independent: U.S. DETERMINED TO DESTROY FALLUJAH AND MOST OF IRAQ - 20 September 2004

Colin Brown - The Independent: OPTIMISM IN LONDON, CARNAGE IN IRAQ - 20 September 2004

Claire Cozens - The Guardian: FRENCH HOSTAGES 'FREED', CLAIMS WEBSITE - 20 September 2004

Brian Knowlton - New York Times: REPUBLICAN SENATORS VOICE RISING CONCERNS ON IRAQ - 20 September 2004

James Bennet - New York Times: HOW WOULD THEY END THE WAR? - 20 September 2004

Bob Herbert - New York Times: WAITING FOR THE CANDIDATE TO EMERGE - 20 September 2004

Editorial - The Independent: WE HAVE NO CHOICE BUT TO LIVE WITH THE IRAQ HANGOVER - 19 September 2004

Editorial - Los Angeles Times: DROP THE PRETENSE ON IRAQ - 19 September 2004

Patrick J. McDonnell - Los Angeles Times: IRAQIS WANT THE U.S. TO LEAVE - BUT NOT JUST YET - 19 September 2004

Maureen Dowd - New York Times: NO STARS, JUST CUFFS - 19 September 2004

Tom Zeller Jr. - New York Times: READY OR NOT (AND MAYBE NOT) ELECTRONIC VOTING GOES NATIONAL - 19 September 2004

Shlomo Shamir - Haaretz: U.S. SAYS IT PLANS TO STEM ANTI-ISRAELI RESOLUTIONS IN U.N. - Of course, vetoing any and all resolutions demanding an end to the occupation of Palestine is the main activity of any U.S. delegation at the U.N. - Aren't you proud to be an American? - 18 September 2004

Shlomo Shamir - Haaretz: ISRAEL TO SIDELINE THE EUROPEAN UNION AFTER U.N. VOTE ON "SECURITY FENCE" - 18 September 2004

Jamea Drummond - Financial Times: ZARQAWI'S FIGHTERS IN 'HEART OF BAGHDAD' - 18 September 2004

Patrick Cockburn - The Independent: INTO THE ABYSS - 18 September 2004

Patrick Cockburn - The Independent: HOW CAN YOU HOLD ELECTIONS AMID ALL THIS SAVAGERY? - 18 September 2004

Julian Borger - The Guardian: IRAQ HAD NO WMD: THE FINAL VERDICT - 18 September 2004

Raphael Minder and Rainer Koch - Financial Times: U.S. SNUBBED BY BLOCK ON NATO OFFICER PLAN - 18 September 2004

Editorial - The Guardian: KEEP TO THE TIMETABLE - 18 September 2004

Editorial - The Independent: MR. KERRY HAS FAILED TO CAPITALISE ON THE MANY FAILURES OF PRESIDENT BUSH - 18 September 2004

T. Christian Miller and Maria L. LaGanga - Los Angeles Times: KERRY ATTACKS CHENEY THROUGH HIS BUSINESS TIES TO HALIBURTON - 18 September 2004

Steven R. Weisman - New York Times: U.S. SCALES BACK CLAIM ON CUBA ARMS - 18 September 2004

Associated Press - Los Angeles Times: BOMBER HITS IRAQI POLICE, U.S. PLANES STRIKE FALLOUJA - 17 September 2004

Editorial - The Independent: THIS VERDICT ON THE ILLEGAL WAR IN IRAQ DEMOLISHES BLAIR'S AND BUSH'S LAST LINE OF DEFENCE - 17 September 2004

Patrick E. Tyler - New York Times: U.N. CHIEF IGNITES FIRESTORM BY CALLING IRAQ WAR 'ILLEGAL' - 17 September 2004

Katherine Pfleger Shrader - Los Angeles Times: U.S. WEAPONS INSPECTOR: IRAQ HAD NO WMD - 17 September 2004

Carlotta Gall and David Rohde - New York Times: NEW CHARGES RAISE QUESTIONS ON ABUSE AT AFGHAN PRISONS - 17 September 2004

Bob Herbert - New York Times: THIS IS BUSH'S VIETNAM - 17 September 2004

Rupert Cornwell - The Independent: BUSH FAILED TO PLAN FOR AFTER WAR, REPORT SAYS - 17 September 2004

Kim Sengupta - The Independent: OFFICER WHO RALLIED U.K. TROOPS CONDEMNS 'CYNICAL IRAQ WAR' - 17 September 2004

Editorial - Los Angeles Times: BACK TO CIA'S OLD DAYS - 17 September 2004

Nicholas Gvosdev - Financial Times: PUTIN'S CURE COULD BE RUSSIA'S POISON - 17 September 2004

Alissa Rubin - Los Angeles Times: DEALING WITH PUTIN'S PUTSCH - 17 September 2004

Louis Charbonneau - Reuters: U.S. SAYS IMAGES SHOW IRAN PLANS NUKE BOMB - The satellite images presented in Vienna today look almost identical to the images presented by Colin Powell in New York on February 5, 2003. But wait - there is a big difference! Powell's images were "PROOF" of existing chemical weapons in Iraq, while the ones presented today show "AN INTENTION TO BUILD A NUCLEAR BOMB"!!! The dubious "science" of satellite photography has evolved greatly in the last year and a half, allowing the discredited U.S. intelligence community to photograph INTENTIONS!!!
It reminds me of the thousands of political prisoners I met during my five years in the Romanian GULAG (1959-1964), who had been sentenced from 15 to 25 years for the "INTENTION to overthrow the Communist government". I was just a 17 year old highschool student and I was bitterly disappointed when I realized that my organization (the Front of National Liberation) was part of a very small minority of prisoners who had actually fought the Soviet Army and the Communist police in the streets of Bucharest... - 16 September 2004

Guy Dinmore - Financial Times: U.S. DEBATES MILITARY STRIKES ON 'NUCLEAR IRAN' - Surprised? This is the next war planned by the Bush administration. In early 2002 when the war in Iraq was already decided, the neo-conservatives in Washington were saying: "Wimps go to Baghdad, REAL MEN GO TO TEHRAN!" - 16 September 2004

Ewen MacAskill and Julian Borger - The Guardian: IRAQ WAR WAS ILLEGAL AND BREACHED U.N. CHARTER, SAYS ANNAN - "I have indicated it was not in conformity with the U.N. charter. From our point of view and from the charter point of view IT WAS ILLEGAL" - 16 September 2004

Colin Brown and Patrick Cockburn - The Independent: KOFI ANNAN DECLARES IRAQI WAR ILLEGAL AND WARNS OF ELECTION CREDIBILITY - 16 September 2004

Agenzie - L'Osservatore Romano: IL TERRORISMO NON SI VINCE CON LA FORZA DELLE ARMI - 16 Settembre 2004

Wael al-Ahmad - Reuters: VIOLENCE ERUPTS IN NABLUS - 16 September 2004

Stephen Kahn and Eric Silver - The Independent: 'ROAD MAP' PUT ON ICE AS SHARON SAYS TROOPS STAY IN WEST BANK - 16 September 2004

Douglas Jehl - New York Times: U.S. INTELLIGENCE SHOWS PESSIMISM ON IRAQ'S FUTURE - 16 September 2004

Kim Hausego - Associated Press: NEW IRAQ ATTACKS ARE MORE SOPHISTICATED - 16 September 2004

Jonathan Turley - Los Angeles Times: SOLDIERS OF FORTUNE - AT WHAT PRICE? - 16 September 2004

Carlotta Gall - New York Times: MERCENARIES IN AFGHAN CASE GET 8 TO 10 YEARS IN PRISON - 16 September 2004

Alissa Rubin - Los Angeles Times: PRESIDING OFFICER AT GUANTÁNAMO FACES QUESTIONS - 16 September 2004

Patrick J. McDonnell - Los Angeles Times: U.S. ACKNOWLEDGES THAT GUNSHIPS FIRED INTO IRAQI CROWD - 16 September 2004

Ed Cropley - Reuters: U.S. ARMY DEFENDS HELICOPTER ATTACK IN BAGHDAD - 16 September 2004

Maureen Dowd - New York Times: PRE-EMPTIVE PARANOIA - 16 September 2004

Ewen MacAskill - The Guardian: BUSH REBUKES MOVE BY PUTIN TO LIMIT RUSSIAN DEMOCRACY - 16 September 2004

Staff - Al Jazeera: WASHINGTON FEARS PUTIN COULD BE TURNING MORE AUTHORITARIAN - 16 September 2004

Editorial - Los Angeles Times: A RESPONSE TO RUSSIA - 16 September 2004

Chris McGreal - The Guardian: SHARON HINTS THAT ARAFAT MAY BE KILLED - 15 September 2004

Saeb Erekat - The Guardian: WHEN WILL BRITAIN AND EUROPE ACT? - 15 September 2004

Staff - Haaretz: RABBI SAYS WOULD HOLD KABBALAH RITUAL CALLING FOR ARIEL SHARON'S DEATH - 15 September 2004

Patrick Cockburn - The Independent: HELL ON HAIFA STREET: BOMB KILLS 47 IN BAGHDAD - 15 September 2004

Luke Harding - The Guardian: IRAQ: A DESCENT INTO CIVIL WAR? - 15 September 2004

Associated Press - New York Times: U.S. ALLOWS CIVILIANS BACK TO TAL AFAR - 15 September 2004

Rory McCarthy - The Guardian: LAWLESSNESS DEMOLISHES REBUILDING PLANS - 15 September 2004

Rupert Cornwell - The Independent: IRAQI REBUILDING FUND TO BE SPENT ON SECURITY - 15 September 2004

Steven Lee Myers - New York Times: OPPONENTS CALL PUTIN'S OVERHAUL PLAN A STEP BACK - 15 September 2004

Agences - Liberation: EN RUSSIE, UNE RÉVOLUTION D'OCTOBRE EN SEPTEMBRE - 15 Septembre 2004

Steven R. Weisman - New York Times: POWELL OFFERS NEW CRITICISM OF PUTIN LIMITS ON REFORMS - 15 September 2004

Steven Lee Myers - New York Times: FROM THOSE PUTIN WOULD WEAKEN, PRAISE - 15 September 2004

C.J. Chivers - New York Times: THE CHECHEN'S STORY - 15 September 2004

Patrick Cockburn - The Independent: AMBULANCE TORN APART IN FALLUJAH AS U.S. LAUNCHES 'PRECISION STRIKES' - The barbarians are bombing ambulances clearly marked with the Red Crescent or the Red Cross, killing drivers, medics and patients. On Sunday they killed 17 people in Baghdad, bombing a Bradley vehicle that had been disabled many hours earlier. Local youths were celebrating at the site, so the U.S. Military Commsnd decided to anihilate them. In Najaf and Kufa there were scores of U.S. sharpshooters killing civilans, donkeys, dogs, anything that moved. The U.S. government intends to demonstrate that the U.S. is the paramount terrorist organization on planet Earth and thus invite retaliation. President Bush desperately needs another terrorist attack in the U.S. in order to win the November elections... - 14 September 2004

Associated Press - The Independent: CAR BOMB EXPLODES IN BAGHDAD - 14 September 2004

Dexter Filkins - New York Times: RAISING THE PRESSURE IN IRAQ - 14 September 2004

Paul Krugman - New York Times: TAKING ON THE MYTH - 14 September 2004

Richard Norton-Taylor - The Guardian: U.S. TROOPS FACE NEW TORTURE CLAIMS - 14 September 2004

Sarah Left - The Guardian: ZAKAYEV WARNS WEST OVER CHECHNYA - 14 September 2004

Sabrina Tavernise - New York Times: SCORES ARE DEAD AFTER VIOLENCE SPREADS IN IRAQ - 13 September 2004

Associated Press - The Independent: 'NINE KILLED' AS U.S. JETS BOMB FALLUJAH - 13 September 2004

T. Christian Miller - Los Angeles Times: IRAQ POWER GRID SHOWS U.S. FLAWS - 13 September 2004

Associated Press - New York Times: PUTIN SEEKS TO INCREASE POWER, CITING EFFORT TO FIGHT TERROR - 13 September 2004

Bob Herbert - New York Times: PROTECT THE VOTE - 13 September 2004

Andrew Osborn - The Independent: KGB FOUNDER BACK ON HIS PLINTH IN RUSSIA - 12 September 2004

Staff - REUTERS: U.S. REFUSES TO RULE OUT IRAN ATTACK - 12 September 2004

Hamza Hendawi - Associated Press: BAGHDAD EXPLOSIONS KILL 25, INJURE 100 - 12 September 2004

John H. Cushman - New York Times: NEW BOOK SAYS BUSH OFFICIALS WERE TOLD OF DETAINEE ABUSE - 12 September 2004

Editorial - New York Times: PREVENTIVE WAR: A FAILED DOCTRINE - 12 September 2004

Editorial - The Independent: FOR THREE YEARS WE'VE BEEN FIGHTING THE WRONG WAR - 12 September 2004

Staff - The Independent: THEY SAY IT CHANGED THE WORLD FOREVER. BUT HOW? - 12 September 2004

Geoffrey Lean - The Independent: 9/11 POLLUTION COULD CAUSE MORE DEATHS THAN ATTACK -12 September 2004

Patrick Cockburn - The Independent: TURKEY REACTS WITH FURY TO MASSIVE U.S. ASSAULT ON NORTHERN IRAQI CITY -12 September 2004

Norimitsu Onishi - New York Times: MILITARY SPECIALIST PLEADS GUILTY TO ABUSE AND IS JAILED - 12 September 2004

C.J. Chivers and Steven Lee Myers - New York Times: CHECHEN REBELS MAINLY DRIVEN BY NATIONALISM - 12 September 2004

Maureen Dowd - New York Times: WESTERNS AND EASTERNS - 12 September 2004

Pascal Riche - Liberation: LES SIGNAUX MANQUÉS DU 11 SEPTEMBRE - 11 Septembre 2004

Fabrice Rousselot - Liberation: BUSH SURFE ENCORE SUR LA VAGUE DE LA MENACE - 11 Septembre 2004

Douglas Jehl - New York Times: C.I.A. CITES ORDER ON SUPERVISED INTERROGATIONS - 11 September 2004

David Brooks - New York Times: RULING CLASS WAR - 11 September 2004

Alissa Rubin - Los Angeles Times: INEFFECTIVE IRAQI FORCE IN FALLUJAH DISBANDED - 11 September 2004

Patrick J. McDonnell - Los Angeles Times: U.S. HITS FALLUJAH WITH AIRSTRIKES - 11 September 2004

Robert Fisk - The Independent: WE SHOULD NOT HAVE ALLOWED 19 MURDERERS TO CHANGE OUR WORLD - 11 September 2004

Editorial - The Independent: IN THE THREE YEARS SINCE 11 SEPTEMBER, EVERYTHING AND NOTHING HAS CHANGED - 11 September 2004

Editorial - Los Angeles Times: RIGHTS AND THE NEW REALITY - 11 September 2004

Nathan Guttman - HAARETZ: POWELL: KEY TO MIDEAST PROGRESS IS STRIPPING ARAFAT'S POWER - No, this is not Ariel Sharon speaking. It is the "secretary of state" of the Zionist protectorate called the USA, an acronym that stands for the Unthinking Slaves of the Ashkenazim. Powell is also the only Negro in America who speaks fluent Yiddish. - 11 September 2004

Editorial - Libération: Al-QAEDA NARGUE ET MENACE L'AMÉRIQUE - 11 September 2004

Vikram Dodd - The Guardian: MUSLIM HELD IN TERROR RAID 'SUFFERED 50 INJURIES' - 11 September 2004

Nick Paton Walsh - The Guardian: SECOND BESLAN REPORTER DRUGGED - 11 September 2004

Bernard-Henri Lévy - Los Angeles Times: TERROR IS NO ANSWER FOR CHECHEN TERROR - 10 September 2004

Philip Stephens - Financial Times: FALSE COMFORT FROM WORDS OF WAR - 10 September 2004

Bob Herbert - New York Times: HOW MANY DEATHS WILL IT TAKE? - 10 September 2004

Eric Schmitt and Douglas Jehl - New York Times: ARMY SAYS C.I.A. HID MORE IRAQIS THAN IT CLAIMED - 10 September 2004

Jeffrey Fleishman and Raheem Salman - Los Angeles Times: U.S. OFFICER ON TRIAL FOR MURDER - 10 September 2004

Paul Krugman - New York Times: THE DISHONESTY THING - 10 September 2004

Michael White, Patrick Wintour and Kevin Maguire - The Guardian: NEW BLOW TO BLAIR OVER IRAQ - 10 September 2004

Patrick Cockburn - The Independent: DESPAIR IN IRAQ OVER THE FORGOTTEN VICTIMS OF U.S. INVASION - 9 September 2004

Editorial - The Independent: HYPOCRISY, MOURNING AND A GRIM TALLY - 9 September 2004

Quentin Peel - Financial Times: THE FALLACY OF A WAR ON TERROR - 9 September 2004

REUTERS: CHECHEN REBELS OFFER BOUNTY FOR PUTIN - 9 September 2004

Will Dunham - REUTERS: GUANTÁNAMO PRISONER INCORRECTLY DETAINED - 9 September 2004

Haaretz Service - HAARETZ: SHALOM: EXPULSION OF ARAFAT IS CLOSER THAN EVER - 9 September 2004

Paul Taylor - REUTERS: SURVEY FINDS TRANSATLANTIC RIFT HARDENING - 9 September 2004

Editorial - New York Times: A DISGRACEFUL CAMPAIGN SPEECH - 9 September 2004

Maureen Dowd - New York Times: CHENEY SPITS TOADS - 9 September 2004

Katharine Q. Seelye - New York Times: DOCUMENTS SUGGEST SPECIAL TREATMENT FOR BUSH IN GUARD - 9 September 2004

Pete Yost, AP - Los Angeles Times: MEMOS SHOW BUSH SUSPENDED FROM FLYING - 9 September 2004

Rupert Cornwell - The Independent: KERRY GOES ON THE OFFENSIVE OVER BUSH'S 'CATASTROPHIC RUSH TO WAR' - 9 September 2004

Rupert Cornwell - The Independent: AMERICANS WORRY ABOUT THEIR IMAGE IN THE WORLD - 9 September 2004

Carlotta Gall - New York Times: U.S. ENVOY URGED TO ASK AFGHANS TO DROP TORTURE CASE AGAINST 3 AMERICANS - 9 September 2004

Gilles Kepel - Los Angeles Times: JIHADISTS FAILING TO WIN MUSLIM MINDS - 9 September 2004

Eric Schmitt and Steven R. Weissman - New York Times: U.S. CONCEDING REBELS CONTROL REGIONS OF IRAQ - 8 September 2004

David E. Sanger and David M. Halbfinger - New York Times: CHENET WARNS OF TERROR RISK IF KERRY WINS - 8 September 2004

Dexter Filkins - New York Times: BATTLE FOR BAGHDAD SLUM LEAVES 40 IRAQIS AND A G.I. DEAD - 8 September 2004

Bradley Burston - HAARETZ: 10 WAYS THE PENTAGON SPY CASE MAY DAMAGE ISRAEL - 8 September 2004

Eric Silver and Sa'id Ghazali - The Independent: PALESTINIAN FURY AT BLOODY ISRAELI STRIKE ON GAZA CAMP - 8 September 2004

Laura King - Los Angeles Times: FUNERAL MARCH THRONG CALLS FOR VENGEANCE - 8 September 2004

Patrick Cockburn - The Independent: U.S. MILITARY DEATH TOLL ON IRAQI SOIL TOPS 1000 - 8 September 2004

Hamza Hendawi, AP - Los Angeles Times: U.S. MILITARY DEATHS IN IRAQ PASS 1,000 - 8 September 2004

Veronique Soule - Libération: VLADIMIR POUTINE, NOTRE AMI LE TSAR - 8 Septembre 2004

Judith Rueff - Libération: EN TCHÉTCHÉNIE, POUTINE N'A PLUS DE PORTE DE SORTIE - 8 Septembre 2004

Rupert Cornwell - The Independent: BUSH FACES PRESSURE OVER DRUGS AND DRAFT - 8 September 2004

Julian Borger - The Guardian: KERRY IS BACK IN THE RACE, SAYS LATEST POLL - 8 September 2004

Paul Krugman - New York Times: A MYTHIC REALITY - 7 September 2004

Steve Andreasen - Los Angeles Times: BEYOND THE ROOTS OF ABU GHRAIB - 7 September 2004

Editorial - Los Angeles Times: A COPERNICAN FOREIGN POLICY - 7 September 2004

Robert Scheer - Los Angeles Times: G.O.P. CONVENTION'S LOONEY TUNES - 7 September 2004

Ahmed Zakaev - The Guardian: OUR DEAD AND INJURED CHILDREN - 7 September 2004

Armelle Thoraval - Libération: POUTINE A BESOIN DE TELS TERRORISTES - 7 Septembre 2004

Anne Penketh - The Independent: 'WEST'S BACKING OF PUTIN POLICIES LEADS TO TERRORISM' - 7 September 2004

Kim Murphy - Los Angeles Times: RUSSIANS TOOK CHECHEN HOSTAGES DURING SCHOOL CRISIS - 7 September 2004

François Bonnet - Le Monde: CENSURE, SILENCES ET MENSONGES - 7 Septembre 2004

Tom Pettifor - The Independent: ISRAELIS KILL 13 IN REVENGE ATTACK IN GAZA STRIP - 7 September 2004

James Risen and David Johnston - New York Times: SPY CASE RENEWS DEBATE OVER PRO-ISRAEL LOBBY'S TIES TO PENTAGON - 6 September 2004

Jim Krane, AP - The Independent: SEVEN U.S. MARINES KILLED NEAR FALLUJAH - 6 September 2004

Associated Press - The Independent: PRISONER IS NOT SADDAM'S DEPUTY SAY IRAQI OFFICIALS - 6 September 2004

Agences - Le Monde: L'ASSAUT CONTRE LATIFIYA COMPLIQUE LA LIBÉRATION DES DEUX HOTAGES FRANÇAIS - 6 Septembre 2004

Chris Tryhorn - The Guardian: LEADING RUSSIAN JOURNALIST POISONED - 6 September 2004

Claire Cozens - The Guardian: EDITOR FIRED OVER SIEGE COVERAGE - 6 September 2004

Lorraine Millot - Libération: EN OSSÉTIE, UN BILAN LOURD DE SOUPÇONS - 6 Septembre 2004

Editorial - Los Angeles Times: DANGEROUS ERRORS - 6 September 2004

Bob Herbert - New York Times: AN ECONOMY THAT TURNS AMERICAN VALUES UPSIDE DOWN - 6 September 2004

Nathan Guttman - HAARETZ: F.B.I. PROBES JEWISH SWAY ON BUSH GOVERNMENT - 5 September 2004

William M. Arkin - Los Angeles Times: FIVE BIG AMERICAN BLUNDERS IN TERROR WAR - 5 September 2004

Raymond Whitaker and Nicholas Pyke - The Independent: ACCIDENTAL BOMB BLAST WAS TRIGGER FOR FIREFIGHT - 5 September 2004

Joan Smith - The Independent: BEYOND THE HORROR: AN APPALLED WORLD MUST NOW OPEN ITS EYES TO MOSCOW'S DIRTY WAR IN CHECHNYA - 5 September 2004

Agencies - Los Angeles Times: PUTIN BLAMES OSSETIA SIEGE ON DISSOLUTION OF THE SOVIET UNION - 5 September 2004

Mary Dalrymple and Deb Riechmann - Associated Press: POLLS SUGGEST DOUBLE-DIGIT BUSH LEAD - 5 September 2004

Charles Glass - The Independent: FOUR MORE YEARS - HOW MANY MORE WARS? - 5 September 2004

John Rentoul - The Independent: BLESSED ARE THE SPEECHMAKERS: LISTEN TO BUSH AND YOU HEAR BLAIR - 5 September 2004

Editorial - New York Times: WORKING YOUR WAY DOWN - 5 September 2004

Maureen Dowd - New York Times: AMNESIA IN THE GARDEN - 5 September 2004

Associated Press - Los Angeles Times: DEATH TOLL AT RUSSIAN SCHOOL RISES PAST 340 - 4 September 2004

REUTERS: MOSCOW BLASTS E.U. SIEGE STATEMENT - 4 September 2004

Jean-Dominique Merchet - Liberation: LES EXPERTS FRANÇAIS DU CONTRE-TERRORISME SONT SCEPTIQUES FACE À L'OPERATION EN OSSÉTIE DU NORD - 4 Septembre 2004

Agence France Presse - Le Monde: MOSCOU MET FIN DANS UN BAIN DE SANG À LA PRISE D'OTAGES EN OSSÉTIE - 4 Septembre 2004

Editorial - The Independent: WILL AMERICAN VOTERS FALL FOR THE CONFIDENCE TRICKS OF PRESIDENT BUSH A SECOND TIME? - 4 September 2004

Robin Cook - The Independent: WHAT FOUR MORE YEARS OF GEORGE BUSH AS PRESIDENT WOULD MEAN FOR THE REST OF US - 4 September 2004

Eric Schmitt - New York Times: 4 NAVY COMMANDOS ARE CHARGED IN ABUSE - 4 September 2004

Eric Lichtblau - New York Times: INVESTIGATORS SEEK LIE-DETECTOR TESTS IN TERRORISM CASE - 4 September 2004

Jon Henley - The Guardian: FRENCH JOURNALISTS 'ABOUT TO BE FREED' - 4 September 2004

John Lichfield - The Independent: FRENCH HOSTAGES HANDED TO INTERMEDIARIES - 4 September 2004

Richard Norton-Taylor, Ian Traynor and Vikram Dodd - The Guardian: RUSSIA: BOTCHED OPERATION WAS A DISASTER WAITING TO HAPPEN - 4 September 2004

Sidney Blumenthal - The Guardian: BUSH CASTS HIMSELF AS THE LONE RANGER - 4 September 2004

Bob Drogin and Greg Miller - Los Angeles Times: ISRAEL HAS LONG SPIED ON U.S., SAY OFFICIALS - 3 September 2004

Agencies - Los Angeles Times: WIDER F.B.I. PROBE OF PENTAGON LEAKS INCLUDES CHALABI - 3 September 2004

Dexter Filkins - New York Times: MILITIA LEADERS CHARGE BETRAYAL BY IRAQI PREMIER - 3 September 2004

Danny Hakim - New York Times: JUDGE REVERSES CONVICTIONS IN DETROIT 'TERRORISM' CASE - 3 September 2004

Mark Trevelyan - REUTERS: RUSSIA'S TACTICS IN HOSTAGE CRISIS POOR - ANALYSTS - 3 September 2004

Michael O'Hanlon and Adriana Lins - Los Angeles Times: IRAQ -- BY THE NUMBERS - 3 September 2004

Paul Krugman - New York Times: FEEL THE HATE - 3 September 2004

Bob Herbert - New York Times: HEADS IN THE SAND - 3 September 2004

Bob Devine - Los Angeles Times: WE CAN STILL HALT BUSH'S ASSAULT ON WILDERNESS - 3 September 2004

Editorial - New York Times: MR. BUSH'S ACCEPTANCE SPEECH - 3 September 2004

Editorial - Los Angeles Times: THE G.O.P.'S DIRTY Z-BOMB - 3 September 2004

Johann Hari - The Independent: WHY WOULD A WAL-MART SHELF-STACKER VOTE REPUBLICAN - 3 September 2004

Editorial - Los Angeles Times: GUANTÁNAMO FARCE - 2 September 2004

Richard B. Schmitt - Los Angeles Times: U.S. ERRED IN TERROR CONVICTIONS - 2 September 2004

David A. Sanger - The New York Times: THE CHENEY WORLVIEW, WITH A FOCUS ON DANGER AND BOLDNESS - 2 September 2004

Associated Press - The New York Times: U.S. AIRSTRIKE IN FALLUJAH KILLS 17 - 2 September 2004

Donald Macintyre - The Independent: CHALABI ATTACKED ON ROAD TO INAUGURAL ASSEMBLY MEETING - 2 September 2004

Malika Brown - The Independent: MOSQUES BURN IN NEPAL AS MOB VENTS FURY AT EXECUTION OF HOSTAGES - 2 September 2004

Julian Borger - The Guardian: VICE-PRESIDENT CHENEY ATTACKS KERRY'S LACK OF RESOLVE ON WAR AND PEACE - 2 September 2004

Dexter Filkins and Erik Eckholm - The New York Times: TALKS TO DISARM SHIITES COLLAPSE - 1 September 2004

Agencies - The Guardian: IRAQI MILITANTS RELEASE SEVEN HOSTAGES - 1 September 2004

Nicholas D. Kristof - The New York Times: CROWNING PRINCE GEORGE - 1 September 2004

Grant McCool and Larry Fine - REUTERS: HUNDREDS ARRESTED IN ANTI-BUSH PROTESTS - 1 September 2004

David Johnston - The New York Times: F.B.I. INTERVIEWS 2 SUSPECTED OF PASSING SECRETS TO ISRAEL - 1 September 2004

Paul Krugman - The New York Times: NO-WIN SITUATION - 31 August 2004

Patrick J. McDonnell - Los Angeles Times: WITH ATTACKS MORE FREQUENT, THE HAND-OVER OF POWER HAS NOT MOLLIFIED INSURGENTS - 31 August 2004

Agencies - The New York Times: MICHAEL MOORE JOINS THE PRESS - AND GETS SOME - 31 August 2004

Donald Macintyre - The Independent: SISTANI MOST POPULAR IRAQI LEADER, U.S. POLLSTERS FIND - 31 August 2004

Emma Brockes - The Guardian: THE ANGRY EDITOR - 31 August 2004

Elizabeth Bumiller - The New York Times: BUSH CITES DOUBT AMERICA CAN WIN WAR ON TERROR - 31 August 2004

Andrew Marshall - REUTERS: SADR CALLS FOR CEASEFIRE - 30 August 2004

James Drummond and Bartle Bull - Financial Times: U.S. DISPUTE WITH SADR'S MEN SHIFTS TO BAGHDAD - 30 August 2004

Christine Hauser - The New York Times: MARCHERS DENOUNCE BUSH AS THEY PASS G.O.P. CONVENTION HALL - 30 August 2004

Gary Younge and Julian Borger - The Guardian: HUGE PROTEST AGAINST BUSH ON EVE OF PARTY MEETING - 30 August 2004

Editorial - The New York Times: TOP OFFICIALS DID NOT MAKE INTERROGATION POLICIES CLEAR - 30 August 2004

Nathan Guttman - HAARETZ: SPY CHARGES UNLIKELY IN PENTAGON MOLE AFFAIR - 30 August 2004

David Johnston and Eric Schmitt - The New York Times: OFFICIALS SAY PUBLICITY DERAILED SECRETS INQUIRY - 30 August 2004

Jason Burke - The Guardian: UNEASY PEACE IN RUBBLE OF NAJAF - 29 August 2004

John F. Burns and Eric Eckholm - The New York Times: IN WESTERN IRAQ, FUNDAMENTALISTS HOLD U.S. AT BAY - 29 August 2004

Ravi Nessmanp - Los Angeles Times: IRAQI LEADERS MEET IN PEACE EFFORT - 29 August 2004

Editorial - The New York Times: A FAILURE OF ACCOUNTABILITY - 29 August 2004

Douglas Jehl and David Johnston - The New York Times: C.I.A. EXPANDS ITS INQUIRY INTO INTERROGATION TACTICS - 29 August 2004

Neil A. Lewis - The New York Times: AN OUTPOST'S DEFINING MILITARY MOMENT - 29 August 2004

Editorial - The New York Times: CLOSER TO THE TRUTH - 28 August 2004

Alissa J, Rubin - Los Angeles Times: REBEL CLERIC MAY HAVE EMERGED THE WINNER - 28 August 2004

Editorial - Los Angeles Times: HOW TORTURE CAME DOWN FROM THE TOP - 28 August 2004

Ibon Villelabeitia - REUTERS: IRAQI GOVERNMENT TOURS NAJAF - 28 August 2004

Alex Berenson - The New York Times: AFTER THE SIEGE, A CITY OF RUINS, ITS DEAD ROTTING - 28 August 2004

BDexter Filkins - The New York Times: INSURGENTS QUIT MOSQUE IN NAJAF AFTER PEACE DEAL - 28 August 2004

Nathan Guttman - HAARETZ: ALLEGED PENTAGON SPY FOR ISRAEL IS LARRY FRANKLIN - 28 August 2004

Richard B. Sshmitt and Mark Mazzetti - Los Angeles Times: ISRAEL AT CENTER OF SPYING PROBE - 28 August 2004

Eric Schmitt - The New York Times: RUMSFELD DENIED ABUSES OCCURRED AT INTERROGATIONS - 28 August 2004

Michael Georgy - REUTERS: IRAQ REBELS LEAVE NAJAF SHRINE - 27 August 2004

Douglas Jehl and Eric Schmitt - The New York Times: ARMY'S REPORT FAULTS GENERAL IN PRISON ABUSE - 27 August 2004

Adam Liptak - The New York Times: REPORT IS LIKELY TO PROMPT CRIMINAL CHARGES - 27 August 2004

Donald C. McNeil - The New York Times: REPORT CRITICIZES MEDICS FOR OVERLOOKING ABUSE - 27 August 2004

Bob Herbert - The New York Times: WHERE IS THE SHAME? - 27 August 2004

Michael Georgy - REUTERS: SISTANI SECURES NAJAF PEACE DEAL - 27 August 2004

Donald Macintyre - The Independent: PRAYERS ANSWERED: SISTANI'S QUEST TO NAJAF RAISES HOPES OF PEACE DEAL - 27 August 2004

Editorial - The Independent: THREE MEN HOLD THE FATE OF IRAQ IN THEIR HANDS - AND THE STAKES REMAIN HIGH - 27 August 2004

Robin Cook - The Independent: THIS STRIPS AWAY THE LAST VESTIGES OF OUR MORAL SUPERIORITY IN OCCUPYING IRAQ - 27 August 2004

Adrian Hamilton - The Independent: PALESTINE: FORGOTTEN VICTIM OF THE U.S. ELECTION - 27 August 2004

Agenzie - La Repubblica: GLI INDEPENDENTISTI CECENI: "GLI AEREI ABBATTUTI DA PUTIN" - 27 August 2004

Michael Georgy - REUTERS: IRAQ'S SISTANI IN NAJAF AMID BLOODSHED - 26 August 2004

Will Dunham - REUTERS: GENERAL SAYS U.S. FORCES TORTURED IRAQIS - 26 August 2004

Michael Georgy - REUTERS: SISTANI TO LEAD PEACE MISSION TO NAJAF - 26 August 2004

Donald Macintyre - The Independent: SISTANI MOBILIZES HIS FOLLOWERS TO MARCH ON NAJAF IN PEACE BID - 26 August 2004

Donald Macintyre - The Independent: NAJAF AMBULANCEMEN FIGHT LOSING BATTLE - 26 August 2004

Sidney Blumenthal - The Guardian: A RUINOUS TRAP OF THEIR OWN MAKING - 26 August 2004

Robert Jablon - Associated Press: WITNESS: MARINE HIT IRAQ INMATE WHO DIED - 26 August 2004

Greg Miller - Los Angeles Times: C.I.A. SPURNED PRISON RULES, REPORT SAYS - 26 August 2004

Eric Schmitt - The New York Times: ABUSES AT PRISON TIED TO OFFICERS IN INTELLIGENCE - 26 August 2004

Douglas Jehl - The New York Times: SOME ABU GHRAIB ABUSES ARE TRACED TO AFGHANISTAN - 26 August 2004

Dahlia Litwick - The New York Times: NO SMOKING GUN - 26 August 2004

Adam Price - The Guardian: NOW FOR THE POLITICS OF LAST RESORT - IMPEACH TONY BLAIR - 26 August 2004

Michael Georgy - REUTERS: TOP SHI'ITE CLERIC CALLS FOR MARCH ON NAJAF - 25 August 2004

Editorial - The Independent: THE RESPONSIBILITY FOR ABU GHRAIB GOES TO THE TOP - 25 August 2004

Douglas Jehl - The New York Times: TRAIL OF 'MAJOR FAILURES' LEADS TO DEFENCE SECRETARY'S OFFICE - 25 August 2004

Eric Schmitt - The New York Times: ABUSE PANEL SAYS RULES ON INMATES NEED OVERHAUL - 25 August 2004

John Hendren - Los Angeles Times: MILITARY TRIAL OPENS WITH A CHALLENGE - 25 August 2004

Donald Macintyre - The Independent: IRAQI GUARDSMEN TO 'WIPE OUT' SADR FORCES - 25 August 2004

Rupert Cornwell - The Independent: RUMSFELD IMPLICATED IN ABU GHRAIB ABUSE BY DAMNING REPORT - 25 August 2004

Julian Borger - The Guardian: PENTAGON BLAMED OVER JAIL 'SADISM' - 25 August 2004

Robert Burns - Associated Press: ABU GHRAIB REPORY FAULTS TOP OFFICIALS - 24 August 2004

Charles Aldinger and Philip Blenkinsop - REUTERS: RUMSFIELD BLAMED INDIRECTLY FOR ABU GHRAIB ABUSE - 24 August 2004

Josh White and Thomas E. Ricks - The Washington Post: IRAQI TEENAGERS ABUSED AT ABU GHRAIB, REPORT SAYS - 24 August 2004

Paul Krugman - The New York Times: THE RAMBO COALITION - 24 August 2004

Richard Bernstein - The New York Times: JUDGE IN ABU GHRAIB CASE MIGHT OFFER DEAL TO SENIOR OFFICERS - 24 August 2004

Jane Sutton - REUTERS: BIN LADEN DRIVER GOES BEFORE U.S. 'TRIBUNAL' - 24 August 2004

Paisley Dodds - Associated Press: BIN LADEN DRIVER FACES GUANTÁNAMO HEARING - 24 August 2004

Aluf Benn - HAARETZ: MINISTRY OF JUSTICE RECOMMENDS APPLYING FOURTH GENEVA CONVENTION - 24 August 2004

Michael Georgy - REUTERS: FIGHTING ERUPTS AROUND NAJAF SHRINE - 23 August 2004

Michael Georgy - REUTERS: SHI'ITE REBELS IMPASSIONED, ORGANIZED - 23 August 2004

Steven Erlanger - The New York Times: ARAFAT AIDES DEPLORE PERMISSIVE U.S. POLICY ON SETTLEMENT GROWTH - 23 August 2004

REUTERS - Los Angeles Times: RIGHTS EXPERTS DEMAND ACCESS TO AFGHAN PRISONS - 23 August 2004

Scott Higham - The Washington Post: 'TRIALS' SET TO BEGIN FOR FOUR DETAINEES AT GUANTÁNAMO - 23 August 2004

Editorial - The Washington Post: MAKING LAW AT GUANTÁNAMO - 23 August 2004

Editorial - The Washington Post: MISSING THE POINT - 23 August 2004

Donald Macintyre - The Independent: TANKS CLOSED IN ON SACRED SHRINE AS U.S. LAUNCHES FRESH ASSAULT ON NAJAF - 23 August 2004

Editorial - The Guardian: HIGH STAKES STAND-OFF - 23 August 2004

Conal Urquhart - The Guardian: U.S. DEAL 'WRECKS MIDDLE EAST PEACE' - 23 August 2004

Mohammed Assadi - REUTERS: ARABS SAY U.S. DESTROYS HOPE OVER SETTLEMENTS - 23 August 2004

Bradley Burston - HAARETZ: THE JEWISH VOTE: DOES BUSH TAILOR HIS POLICY TO FIT? - 23 August 2004

Marilynn Marchione - Associated Press: ABU GHRAIB DOCTORS FACE ETHICAL QUESTIONS - 22 August 2004

Emma Ross - Associated Press: PROFESSOR ACCUSES DOCTORS IN IRAQ ABUSE - 22 August 2004

Michael Georgy - REUTERS: U.S. TANKS CONVERGE ON NAJAF SHRINE - 22 August 2004

Sabrina Tavernise - The New York Times: CLERIC KEEPS GRIP ON NAJAF - 22 August 2004

Alissa J. Rubin - Los Angeles Times: SADR CITY SINGS ITS PRAISES OF CLERIC - 22 August 2004

Maureen Dowd - The New York Times: KERRY: SLO-MO ON SWIFTIES - 22 August 2004

Susan Spano - Los Angeles Times: DRESDEN SPIRIT SOARS ONCE MORE - Dresden, Hiroshima and Nagasaki are the symbols of barbarian mass murder of millions of innocent civilians, of deliberate destruction of civilian property with no military value in order to terrorize the civilian population into submission to the foremost terrorist government on planet Earth, i.e. the American government. These days it is Fallujah, 'semiti american' (truly the 'cemetery' of American delusions of power), and Najaf, a holy city for the Shias and all humanity.
It is significant that Pope John Paul II and Cardinal Sodano called Najaf a 'holy city' when they offered to negotiate an end to the conflict. Lest we forget, Muqtada Al Sadr did accept the Vatican mediation, while Bush and his Iraqi puppet "government" refused to participate in any negotiations controlled by the Vatican. Why? Any fourth-grade student knows the answer... - 22 August 2004

Aluf Benn - HAARETZ: U.S. CHANGES STANCE ON SETTLEMENT CONSTRUCTION - 22 August 2004

Joanna Chung - Financial Times: IRAQ PRISON ABUSE REPORT SET TO REVIVE FURORE - 22 August 2004

Agenzie - Corriere della Sera: 'MEDICI COMPLICI DELLE TORTURE AD ABU GHRAIB' - 22 Agosto 2004

Michael Georgy - REUTERS: CLASHES RESUME IN IRAQ SHRINE CITY - 22 August 2004

Donald Macintyre - The Independent: BOMBED FROM THE AIR, SURROUNDED ON THE GROUND, THIS CITY STILL BELONGS TO THE MEHDI ARMY - 22 August 2004

Luke Harding - The Guardian: BESIEGED AL-SADR KEEPS GRIP ON ON SHRINE - 22 August 2004

Agencies - AL JAZEERA: A LEADING EGYPTIAN ISLAMIC LEADER WARNS THAT A 'VOLCANO OF ANGER' WILL EXPLODE - 22 August 2004

Cècile Hennion - Le Monde: A BAGDAD, PERSONNE NE CROIT À LA POSSIBILITÉ D'UNE D'UNE ISSUE PACIFIQUE - 22 Aôut 2004

David Gardner - Financial Times: UNRULY HERO OF THE SHIA - 22 August 2004

L'OSSERVATORE ROMANO: APPELLO DEL PRESIDENTE DELL'IRAN PER RISOLVERE LA CRISI - 22 August 2004

Andrew Gumbel - The Independent: WASHINGTON ACCUSED OF IGNORING NUCLEAR TERROR THREAT - 22 August 2004

David Usborne - The Independent: BUSH IS 'EXPLOITING 9/11 FOR RE-ELECTION' - 22 August 2004

Michael Georgy - REUTERS: SADR'S MEN DEFY IRAQ "GOVERNMENT" - 21 August 2004

John F. Burns - The New York Times: TWO POWER BROKERS COLLIDE IN IRAQ - 21 August 2004

Steven R. Weisman - The New York Times: U.S. NOW SAID TO SUPPORT GROWTH FOR SOME WEST BANK SETTLEMENTS - 21 August 2004

Luke Harding - The Guardian: 'DEATH AFTER DEATH, BLOOD AFTER BLOOD' - 21 August 2004

Editorial - The Guardian: NERVOUS IN NAJAF - 21 August 2004

Donald Macintyre - The Independent: SADR'S MILITIA STILL RESISTING DESPITE CLAIMS OF SURRENDER - 21 August 2004

Agencies - Al JAZEERA: 54% OF AMERICANS BELIEVE IRAQ HAD WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION - 21 August 2004

Michael Georgy - REUTERS: SHI'ITE FIGHTERS CONTROL MOSQUE - 20 August 2004

Associated press - Los Angeles Times: MILITANTS REMOVE ARMS FROM NAJAF SHRINE - 20 August 2004

Josh White and Thomas E. Ricks - The Washington Post: ABU GHRAIB PROBE POINTS TO TOP BRASS - 20 August 2004

Steven Erlanger - The New York Times: ISRAELI COURT ORDERS ASSESSMENT OF WEST BANK BARRIER - 20 August 2004

Rachel L. Swarns - The New York Times: SENATOR? TERRORIST? A WATCH LIST STOPS TED KENNEDY AT AIRPORT - 20 August 2004

Michael Georgy - REUTERS: NAJAF SCARRED BY URBAN WARFARE - 20 August 2004

Donald Macintyre - The Independent: MOVING FROM BOMBED SHOPS TO BURNING MARKETS, I SAW AL SADR'S SOLDIERS DIG IN FOR THE FINAL ASSAULT - 20 August 2004

Neue Zürcher Zeitung: BOMBEN UM DIE IMAM-ALI-MOSCHEE - 20 August 2004

Michael Howard - The Guardian: BALANCING THE RISKS IN HOLY NAJAF - 20 August 2004

John Carvel - The Guardian: ABU GHRAIB DOCTORS KNEW OF TORTURE, SAYS LANCET REPORT - 20 August 2004

Agencies - AL JAZEERA: U.S. AUDIT FINDS THAT AT LEAST $8.8 BILLION GIVEN TO IRAQI MINISTRIES BY THE FORMER OCCUPATION AUTHORITY IN BAGHDAD HAS NOT BEEN ACCOUNTED FOR. - 20 August 2004

Yuval Yoaz - HAARETZ: DESPITE COURT RULINGS, SHIN BET STILL TORTURES PALESTINIAN PRISONERS - 20 August 2004

Yuval Yoaz - HAARETZ: INTERNATIONAL COURT OF JUSTICE FENCE RULING MAY LEAD TO SANCTIONS AGAINST ISRAEL - 20 August 2004

L'Osservatore Romano: SU MILIONI DI PERSONE INCOMBE LA MORTE PER SETE - 20 August 2004

Manoah Esipisu - REUTERS: POOR NATIONS PLEDGE TO REFORM UNITED NATIONS - 20 August 2004

Ben Russell - The Independent: A WAR OF WORDS - 20 August 2004

Julian Borger - The Guardian: WE COULD HAVE STOPPED HIM - 20 August 2004

Rajiv Chandrasekaran, Katl Vick and Fred Barbash - The Washington Post: AL SADR REJECTS NEW IRAQI GOVERNMENT DEMANDS - 19 August 2004

Thom Shanker and Kate Zernike - The New York Times: ABUSE INQUIRY FAULTS OFFICERS ON LEADERSHIP - 19 August 2004

John Hendren - Los Angeles Times: REPORT ON IRAQ ABUSE WILL WIDEN THE BLAME - 19 August 2004

Philip Shenon - The New York Times: FORMER IRAQ ARMS INSPECTOR FAULTS PREWAR INTELLIGENCE - 19 August 2004

Maureen Dowd - The New York Times: WASHINGTON'S BIG FAT GREEK PRIDE - 19 August 2004

Dahlia Lithwick - The New York Times: BABIES AND BATH WATER - 19 August 2004

Donald Macintyre - The Independent: AL SADR BIDS FAREWELL TO ARMS, BUT FIGHTING IN THE STREETS OF NAJAF CONTINUES - 19 August 2004

Aluf Ben - HAARETZ: FENCE ROUTE SPARKS CONCERNS IN VATICAN OVER HOLY SITES - 19 August 2004

Quentin Peel - Financial Times: NO WAY TO CHANGE THE WORLD - 19 August 2004

Michael Georgy - REUTERS: AL-SADR AGREES TO END NAJAF CRISIS - 18 August 2004

Staff and agencies - AL JAZEERA: AL-SADR AGREES TO VATICAN MEDIATION IN NAJAF - 18 August 2004

Tyler Marshall and Henry Chu - REUTERS: STEADFAST IN DEFIANCE, AL-SADR GAINS STATURE WITH IRAQ MASSES - 18 August 2004

George F. Will - The Washington Post: IGNORING HISTORY IN IRAQ - 18 August 2004

Michael Georgy - REUTERS: AL-SADR SNUBS IRAQI DELEGATION IN NAJAF - 18 August 2004

Owen Gibson - The Guardian: REUTER PHOTOGRAPHER WOUNDED IN NAJAF - 18 August 2004

Eric Silver - The Independent: SHARON RIPS UP 'ROAD-MAP' WITH PLANS FOR 1001 NEW SETTLER HOMES - 18 August 2004

Martin Wolf - Financial Times: AMERICA ON THE COMFORTABLE PATH TO RUIN - 18 August 2004

Jack Devine - Financial Times: THE C.I.A.'S WORK MUST NOT BE IMPEDED BY POLITICS - 18 August 2004

Ronald D. Asmus - The Washington Post: BUSH'S WITHDRAWAL FROM THE WORLD - 18 August 2004

Eric Lichblau - The New York Times: INQUIRY INTO F.B.I. QUESTIONING IS SOUGHT - 18 August 2004

Nicholas D. Kristof - The New York Times: WHO NEEDS ASSAULT WEAPONS? - 18 August 2004

Donald Macintyre - The Independent: CITY OF DEFIANCE - 17 August 2004

Jackie Spinner - The Washington Post: ABU GHRAIB POLICY DEFENDED - 17 August 2004

Agence France Presse - Le Monde: LA CONFÉRENCE NATIONALE IRAKIENNE ENVOIE UNE DÉLÉGATION DE LA DERNIÈRE CHANCE Á NADJAF - 17 August 2004

Editorial - Haaretz: WITH RESOLVE, YET WITH WISDOM - 17 August 2004

Paul Krugman - The New York Times: SAVING THE VOTE - 17 August 2004

Editorial - The New York Times: MISCONCEIVED MILITARY SHUFFLE - 17 August 2004

Howard Kurtz - The Washington Post: BUSH RULES - 17 August 2004

Howard Kurtz - The Washington Post: ADVANTAGE KERRY? - 17 August 2004

Rajiv Chandrasekaran and Fred Barbash - The Washington Post: DELEGATION DISPATCHED TO MEET WITH SADR - 16 August 2004

Pamela Constable - The Washington Post: AMERICAN ACCUSED OF RUNNING ILLEGAL JAIL SAYS THE OPERATION HAD TACIT APPROVAL FROM U.S. AUTHORITIES - 16 August 2004

John F. Burns - The New York Times: IRAQI CONFERENCE ON ELECTION PLAN SINKS INTO CHAOS - 16 August 2004

Donald Macintyre - The Independent: BATTLE FOR IRAQ'S FUTURE - 16 August 2004

Editorial - The Guardian: DIALOGUE BEFORE BULLETS - 16 August 2004

Editorial - The Independent: IRAQ'S FUTURE DEPENDS AS MUCH ON THE FATE OF NAJAF AS ON THE CONFERENCE IN BAGHDAD - 16 August 2004

Volkhard Windfuhr - Der Spiegel: "ALLAH MÖGE UNS BESCHÜTZEN" - 16 August 2004

Andrew Cohen - Los Angeles Times: U.S. GOVERNMENT FACES A STUNNING BLOW TO CREDIBILITY BY RELEASING A LON-JAILED U.S. CITIZEN - 16 August 2004

Dan Froomkin - The Washington Post: REVOLT OF THE PRESS CORPS - 16 August 2004

Bob Herbert - The New York Times: SUPPRESS THE VOTE? - 16 August 2004

Akiva Eldar - Haaretz: THIS COULD END IN SANCTIONS - 16 August 2004

David S. Broder - The Washington Post: BUSH'S TWO ALBATROSSES - 15 August 2004

Editorial - Los Angeles Times: NEWS SHOULD FLOW IN IRAQ - 15 August 2004

Donald Macintyre - The Independent: NAJAF TALKS FAIL SO SADR'S TRIAL OF STRENGTH WITH ALAWI RESUMES - 15 August 2004

Christophe Boltanski - Liberation: MARCHE DE SOLIDARITÉ CHIITE VERS LA VILLE SAINTE DE NAJAF - 15 August 2004

Staff - El Mundo: FUERTES COMBATES DEJAN UN CENTENAR DE MUERTOS EN EL 'TRIÀNGOLO SUNI' - 15 August 2004

Severin Carrell - The Independent: GUANTÁNAMO BAY BRITONS TO SEE LAWYERS AFTER MORE THAN TWO YEARS WITHOUT TRIAL - 15 August 2004

Kamil Mahdi - The Guardian: THOSE THEY CAN'T CO-OPT, THEY DESTROY - NAJAF PROVES THAT THE U.S. WILL NEVER ALLOW DEMOCRACY TO FLOURISH IN IRAQ - 14 August 2004

Donald Macintyre - The Independent: SADR TELLS HIS SUPPORTERS TO KEEP FIGHTING - 14 August 2004

Jamie Wilson and Michael Howard - The Guardian: BRITON'S RELEASE ORDERED BY MOQTADA AL-SADR - 14 August 2004

James Harding - Financial Times: THE POLITICS OF VIETNAM - 14 August 2004

Adam Liptak - The New York Times: MILITARY "TRIBUNALS" UPHOLD DETENTION OF 4 - 14 August 2004

Philip Shenon - The New York Times: AMERICAN CAPTURED IN AFGHANISTAN SEEKS REVIEW OF 20-YEAR SENTENCE - 14 August 2004

Joel Brinkley - The New York Times: OUT OF SPOTLIGHT, BUSH "OVERHAULS" U.S. REGULATIONS - 14 August 2004

Editorial - Neue Zürcher Zeitung: BEDROHTE PRESSENFREIHEIT IN AMERIKA? - 14 August 2004

Danielle Demetriou - The Independent: DEAD SOLDIER'S MOTHER CALLS FOR BRITISH TROOPS TO PULL OUT OF IRAQ - 14 August 2004

Gail Shehee - Los Angeles Times: RUMSFELD AND BUSH FAILED US ON SEPTEMBER 11 - 13 August 2004

Editorial - The Washington Post: CREDIBLE AND DIRECT? - 13 August 2004

Editorial - Los Angeles Times: ALL LEAKS ARE NOT ALIKE - 13 August 2004

Paul Krugman - The New York Times: BUSH'S OWN GOAL - 13 August 2004

Bob Herbert - The New York Times: ASHCROFT'S QUIET PRISONER - 13 August 2004

Al Jazeera: SEVERAL IRAQI OFFICIALS RESIGN OVER U.S. 'AGGRESSION' IN NAJAF - 13 August 2004

Donald Macintyre - The Independent: U.S. TROOPS STORM REBEL CLERIC'S NAJAF HOME - 13 August 2004

Steve Negus - Financial Times: BATTLE FOR NAJAF STIRS MEMORIES OF SADDAM'S REVENGE - 13 August 2004

Jonathan Brown - The Independent: WAS THE TRAGIC SUICIDE OF A TA SOLDIER HIS FINAL PROTEST AGAINST AN UNJUST WAR? - 13 August 2004

Mary Dejevsky - The Independent: TONY BLAIR IS A MASTER OF 'SADDAM DEFENCE' - 13 August 2004

Howard Kurtz - The Washington Post: THE WASHINGTON POST ON WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION: AN INSIDE STORY - 12 August 2004

Rory McCarthy - The Guardian: BESIDE THE RUINED VALLEY OF PEACE, SADR'S MEN WAIT FOR MARTYRDOM - 12 August 2004

Didier François - Liberation: "SI NOUS ÉTIONS UNIS, CE SERAIT UN SECONDE VIETNAM EN IRAQ" - 12 August 2004

Mark Turner - Financial Times: IRAQI VICE-PRESIDENT CALLS ON U.S. TROOPS TO LEAVE NAJAF - 12 August 2004

Eric Boehlert - The Guardian: WAR? WHAT WAR? - 12 August 2004

Jim Hoagland - The Washington Post: IN IRAQ, STRATEGIC FAILURES - 12 August 2004

Dahlia Lithwick - The New York Times: TYRANNY IN THE NAME OF FREEDOM - 12 August 2004

David C. Savage - Los Angeles Times: 'ENEMY COMBATANT' MAY SOON BE FREED - 12 August 2004

Mark Landler - The New York Times: GERMAN 9/11 RETRIAL GETS EXCULPATORY EVIDENCE FROM U.S. - 12 August 2004

Editorial - The Independent: U.S. PREPARES FOR FINAL OFFENSIVE IN HOLY CITY OF NAJAF - 12 August 2004

Editorial - The Independent: AUTOCRATIC LEADERSHIP WILL NOT HELP IRAQ TO BRCOME A FLOURISHING DEMOCRACY - 12 August 2004

Nathan Guttman - Haaretz: BUSH TELLS U.S. JEWISH VOTERS: YOU'VE GOT A FRIEND - 12 August 2004

Jabeen Bhatti - Wall Street Journal: DOZENS OF LAND CLAIMS ARISE AS WARSAW JOINS THE E.U. - 12 August 2004

Karl Vick - The Washington Post: IRANIAN LEADER CALLS U.S. NAJAF OPERATIONS 'ONE OF THE DARKEST CRIMES OF HUMANITY' - 11 August 2004

Karl Vick - The Washington Post: CEMETERY FIGHT HAUNTS SOME U.S. TROOPS - August 11, 2004

Donald Macintyre - The Independent: U.S. BOMBS NAJAF AS CIVILIANS URGED TO LEAVE - 11 August 2004

Jonathan Freedland - The Guardian: THE FAILED OCCUPATION - 11 August 2004

Editorial - The New York Times: SIDESTEPPING REFORM AT THE C.I.A. - 11 August 2004

Jeffrey Fleishman - Los Angeles Times: WHITE HOUSE HAS SOME TERROR EXPERTS WORRIED - 11 August 2004

Arnon Regular and Amos Harel - The Independent: ISRAELI HELICOPTER FIRES MISSILE, TANKS ROLL INTO GAZA REFUGEE CAMP - 11 August 2004

Le Monde: LES DROITS DE L'HOMME EN IRAK - 11 Aôut 2004

EL MUNDO: EL GOBIERNO IRAQUI ORDENA AL PARTIDO DE CHALABI QUE ABANDONE SUS SEDES - 11 August 2004

Rory McCarthy - The Guardian: FROM LONDON TO IRAQ - THE LATEST RECRUITS TO THE MAHDI ARMY - 11 August 2004

Cahal Milmo - The Independent: HOMECOMING PARTY TURNS TO WAKE FOR FAMILY OF SHOT SOLDIER - 11 August 2004

Editorial - The Guardian: FREEDOM FOR THE PRESS - 10 August 2004

Agencies - The Guardian: NAJAF FIGHTING CONTINUES - 10 August 2004

Donald Macintyre - The Independent: IRAQ ON A KNIFE-EDGE - 10 August 2004

Le Monde: UN JOURNAL AMÉRICAIN ACCUSE LA POLICE IRAKIENNE DE TORTURES - 10 Aôut 2004

Paul Krugman - The New York Times: SPIN THE PAYROLLS - 10 August 2004

David Johnston and David A. Sanger - The New York Times: NEW GENERATION OF LEADERS IS EMERGING FOR AL QAEDA - 10 August 2004

Abdul Hussein Al-Obeidi - Los Angeles Times: IRAQ CLERIC VOWS FIGHT TO DEATH AGAINST U.S. - 9 August 2004

Le Monde: LES ALERTES AMÉRICAINES SOULÈVENT LA SUSPICION EN EUROPE - 9 Aôut 2004

William Raspberry - The Washington Post: BELIEVING THE SHEPHERD - 9 August 2004

John Hamre - The Washington Post: A BETTER WAY TO IMPROVE INTELLIGENCE - 9 August 2004

David D. Kirkpatrick - The New York Times: CHURCHES SEE AN ELECTION ROLE AND SPREAD THE WORD ON BUSH - 9 August 2004

Khaled Yacoub Oweis and Luke Baker - REUTERS: ARREST WARRANT ISSUED FOR IRAQ'S CHALABIS - Gang warfare in full swing! Ahmed Chalabi was paid tens of millions of U.S. taxpayer dollars for selling to Wolfowitz and the other Pentagon war criminals about 80% of the garbage "intelligence" on Iraq's weapons of mass destruction. At the same time, he was also taking millions from the Iranian government which had a vested interest in Saddam Husein's downfall and was providing most of the fake "intelligence". He got Bremer to appoint his nephew Salem Chalabi as head of the KGB-style "tribunal" set up for Saddam Hussein's "trial". It turns out that Chalabi was also running a massive currency counterfeiting operation in Iraq. When a senior official of the Iraqi Finance Ministry discovered the scheme and reported it to Bremer, Salem Chalabi, the "lawyer" in charge of Saddam's "trial", made the necessary arrangements to have him killed. He was shot dead on his house doorstep a couple of days after Salem Chalabi had warned him on May 28, 2004, that death was the only option if he sent his report to Bremer.
So, the "Prime-Minister" Alawi, a distant cousin of Ahmed Chalabi, reinstated the death penalty on Saturday and on Sunday afternoon he had an Iraqi "judge" issue arrest warrants for both Chalabis. Lest we forget, Alawi's claim to fame is that he sold the infamous "45-minute WMD activation" lie to Blair, Bush's partner in crime. He also boasts that he managed to get paid by no less than 14 (fourteen) different intelligence services, including the Soviet, then Russian and Ukrainian services, Romanian, Bulgarian, Lybian and Chinese, in addition to the American and British. Both Bush and Blair must be jealous of such an impressive record - they are only paid by the idiotic U.S. and British taxpayers... - 9 August 2004

El Mundo: DICTAN ORDEN DE CAPTURA CONTRA AHMED CHALABI Y EL MAGISTRADO QUE DEBE JUZGAR SADDAM HUSEIN - 9 August 2004

Donald Macintyre - The Independent: CHALABI WANTED ON COUNTERFEITING CHARGES - 9 August 2004

Saeed Shah - The Independent: RUMSFELD INTERVENTION RESCUES $3 BILLION BRITISH PETROLEUM PIPELINE - 9 August 2004

Rupert Cornwell - The Independent: DID RICHARD NIXON PROLONG THE WAR IN VIETNAM TO WIN RE-ELECTION? - 9 August 2004

Corriere della Sera: IL PAPA: LE OLIMPIADI SIANO OCCASIONE DI PACE - 8 Agosto 2004

Editorial - Los Angeles Times: GUANTÁNAMO DAWDLE - 8 August 2004

Henry Chu and Edmund Sanders - Los Angeles Times: MILITANT CLERIC AVOIDS ARREST - 8 August 2004

Liberation: BAGDAD: SADR CITY SE LÈVE POUR L'ARMÉE DE MAHDI - 8 Août 2004

Liberation: DES AFFRONTMENTS ÈCLATENT DANS TOUTES LES VILLES CHIITES - 8 Août 2004

L'Osservatore Romano: ORRIBILI SCENARI DI UNA GUERRA SENZA NOME - 8 Agosto 2004

Der Spiegel: FOLTER ANHÖRUNG: RICHTERIN PRÜFT VORLADUNG RUMSFELDS - 8 August 2004

Neue Zürcher Zeitung: GUANTÁNAMO-GEFANGENER ZIEHT URSPRÜNGLICHES GESTÄNDNISS ZURÜCK - 8 August 2004

ABC: EL GOBIERNO BRITÁNICO Y AMNISTIA INTERNACIONAL LAMENTAN LA VUELTA DE LA PENA CAPITAL EN IRAK - 8 de Agosto 2004

Corriere della Sera: ANNAN: SITUAZIONE PREOCCUPANTE IN IRAQ - 8 Agosto 2004

El Mundo: MUQTADA AL SADR RECHAZA LA EXIGENCIA DE ALAUI DE DESARMAR SU MILICIA - 8 de Agosto 2004

ABC: EL PRESIDENTE IRAQI INVITA AL LIDER CHII MUQTADA SADR A PARTICIPAR EN LAS ELECCIONES - 8 de Agosto 2004

El Mundo: EL GOBIERNO AUSTRALIANO ACUSADO DE 'ENGAÑAR' A SU PAÍS - 8 de Agosto 2004

Severin Carrell - The Independent: CODED LETTERS FROM BRITON IN GUANTÁNAMO REVEAL REGIME OF VIOLENCE - 8 August 2004

Editorial - The Independent: LET SUNLIGHT SHINE ON THE BLACK HOLE OF GUANTÁNAMO - 8 August 2004

Peter Preston - The Guardian: WHY BUSH COULD BE A FAN OF TERROR - 8 August 2004

Francis Elliott - The Independent: BLUNKETT ISSUES REBUKE TO BUSH ON TERROR ALERT - 8 August 2004

Joshua Chaffin - Financial Times: THE NICE WATCHMAN - 8 August 2004

Zbigniew Brzezinski - Financial Times: AMERICA'S POLICY BLUNDERS WERE COMPOUNDED BY BRITAIN - 8 August 2004

David Usborne - The Independent: AL-JAZEERA 'NO MORE BIASED THAN OTHER TV CHANNELS' - 8 August 2004

Donald Macintyre - The Independent: 'HUNDREDS KILLED' IN THE BLOODY BATTLE OF NAJAF - 7 August 2004

Staff - Al Jazeera: MANY CIVILIANS HAVE BEEN KILLED IN NAJAF, IRAQI SOURCES SAY - 7 August 2004

Staff - Al Jazeera: IRAQI VICE-PRESIDENT CRITICIZES U.S. FOR THE 'UNCIVILIZED' ATTACK ON NAJAF'S CIVILIANS - 7 August 2004

Andrew Osborn - The Independent: POLISH FURY AS RUSSIA REFUSES TO CHARGE KATYN MASSACRE SUSPECTS - 7 August 2004

Neil A. Lewis - The New York Times: GUANTÁNAMO INMATE COMPLAINS OF THREATS AND LONG ISOLATION - 7 August 2004

Ze'ev Schiff - Haaretz: NO BLACK HOLES - 7 August 2004

James Dao - The New York Times: FEDERAL ROADBLOCKS AND CHECKPOINTS CREATING CAPITAL MAZE - 7 August 2004

Anthony Sampson - The Independent: WE ARE IN DANGER OF REMEMBERING THE FIRST WORLD WAR BUT FORGETTING ITS LESSONS - 7 August 2004

Paul Krugman - The New York Times: WHAT ABOUT IRAQ? - 6 August 2004

Richard A. Serrano - The Los Angeles Times: TESTIMONY IMPLICATES ABU GHRAIB QUESTIONERS - 6 August 2004

Bob Herbert - The New York Times: FAILURE OF LEADERSHIP - 6 August 2004

Eric Silver and Sa'id Ghazali - The Independent: UPROOTED TREES, RAZED HOUSES...ISRAEL LEAVES ITS CALLING CARD IN GAZA - 6 August 2004

Rupert Cornwell - The Independent: TONGUE-TWISTED BUSH IS BENT ON SELF-HARM - George W. Bush: "My administration will never stop thinking about new ways to harm our country and our people." - Amen! Every once in a while, the big liar's mouth speaks the truth...Who needs Al Qaeda and Osama bin Laden, when we have Bush and his gang ready to carry on the destruction of everything America used to stand for? - 6 August 2004

Michael Howard - The Guardian: SHIA RISING FEAR AFTER NAJAF BATTLE - 6 August 2004

Gretchen Morgenson - The New York Times: SUIT ACCUSES HALIBURTON OF FRAUD IN ACCOUNTING - 6 August 2004

Dan Williams - The Washington Post: ISRAEL TO EXPAND WEST BANK SETTLEMENTS - 5 August 2004

Alex Berenson - The New York Times: REBEL CLERIC CALLS FOR UPRISING AS CLASHES ERRUPT IN NAJAF - 5 August 2004

Colum Lynch - The Washington Post: U.N. SAYS IRAQ FORCE IS STALLED - 5 August 2004

Philip Shenon - The New York Times: 9/11 PANEL CHAIRMAN URGES 'VOTE' ON REPORT - 5 August 2004

Stephen Kinzer and Todd S. Purdum - The New York Times; AN AMERICAN DEBATE: HOW SEVERE THE THREAT? - 5 August 2004

Eric Lipton and Benjamin Weiser - The New York Times: QAEDA STRATEGY IS CALLED CAUSE FOR NEW ALARM - 5 August 2004

Vikram Dodd and Tania Branigan - The Guardian: U.S. ABUSE COULD BE WAR CRIMES - 5 August 2004

Editorial - The Guardian: JUSTICE IN THE BALANCE - 5 August 2004

Editorial - The Independent: ABUSE, BRITISH COMPLICITY AND THE SCANDAL OF THE PRISONERS HELD AT GUANTÁNAMO - 5 August 2004

Andrew Buncombe - The Independent: FATHER DEMANDS RELEASE OF HIS BRITISH SON FROM GUANTÁNAMO BAY - 5 August 2004

Justin Huggler - The Independent: THEY SEEK HIM HERE, THEY SEEK HIM THERE - 5 August 2004

Robert Fisk - The Independent: SADDAM'S CAMERAMAN IS STILL HAUNTED BY IMAGES OF WAR - 5 August 2004

Glenn Kessler - The Washington Post: OLD DATA, NEW CREDIBILITY ISSUES - 4 August 2004

Harold Meyerson - The Washington Post: WHERE'S RUMSFELD? - 4 August 2004

Andrew Buncombe, Nigel Morris and Jason Bennetto - The Independent: TERROR ALERT: HOW FOUR-YEAR OLD INFORMATION WAS TRANSFORMED INTO CLEAR AND PRESENT DANGER - 4 August 2004

Rupert Cornwell - The Independent: AN IMBROGLIO OF DISARRAY AND CONFUSION THAT OFFERS AN INSIGHT INTO THE POLITICS OF SECURITY - 4 August 2004

Editorial - The Independent: THE TERRORIST THREAT MUST NEVER BE POLITICIZED - EVEN IN A CLOSE PRESIDENTIAL RACE - 4 August 2004

Andrew Buncombe and Nigel Morris - The Independent: SHOCKING PRISONER ABUSES ARE REVEALED - 4 August 2004

Vikram Dodd and Tania Branigan - The Guardian: QUESTIONED AT GUNPOINT, SHACLED, FORCED TO POSE NAKED. BRITISH DETAINEES TELL THEIR STORIES OF GUANT&Aacut;NAMO BAY - 4 August 2004

Tania Branigan and Vikram Dodd - The Guardian: AFGHANISTAN TO GUANTÁNAMO BAY - THE STORY OF THREE BRITISH DETAINEES - 4 August 2004

Victoria Brittain - The Guardian: BRITAIN IS COMPLICIT IN THIS HORROR - 4 August 2004

Douglas Jehl and David Johnston - The New York Times: REPORTS THAT LED TO TERROR ALERT WERE YEARS OLD, OFFICIALS SAY - 3 August 2004

Dan Eggen and Dana Priest - The Washington Post: PRE-9/11 ACTS LED TO ALERTS - 3 August 2004

Editorial - The Washington Post: SECURITY ALERT - 3 August 2004

Andrew Buncombe - The Independent: A NATION IN DANGER. OR A PRESIDENT IN PERIL? - 3 August 2004

Editorial - The Washington Post: RUSH TO REORGANIZE - 3 August 2004

Elizabeth Bumiller - The New York Times: INTELLIGENCE CHIEF WITHOUT POWER? SUPPORT LEAVES QUESTIONS - 3 August 2004

Paul Krugman - The New York Times: READING THE SCRIPT - 3 August 2004

David Brooks - The New York Times: SNAPPING TO ATTENTION - 3 August 2004

Christian Davenport - The Washington Post: UNIT INVOLVED IN ABU GHRAIB SCANDAL RETURNS TO U.S. - 3 August 2004

Estes Thompson - Los Angeles Times: WOMAN IN ABU GHRAIB CASE FACES HEARING - 3 August 2004

Sebastian Mallaby - The Washington Post: TRADE AND THE HONEST CANDIDATE - 2 August 2004

Peter Moscos - The Washington Post: BALANCING SECURITY AND LIBERTY - 2 August 2004

Bob Herbert - The New York Times: ALL THE PRETTY WORDS - 2 August 2004

Douglas Jehl and David Rohde - The New York Times: CAPTURED QAEDA FIGURE LED WAY TO INFORMATION BEHIND WARNING - 2 August 2004

Ronald Brownstein - Los Angeles Times: A STRONGER KERRY FORCES BUSH TO MAKE A COMPELLING CASE - 2 August 2004

Severin Carrell - The Independent: 'HANAN'S KILLING HAS BECOME A SYMBOL OF A FLAWED OCCUPATION' - 1 August 2004

Robert Fisk - The Independent: CAN'T BLAIR SEE THAT IRAQ IS ABOUT TO EXPLODE? CAN'T BUSH? - 1 August 2004

Bradley Burston - Haaretz: ISRAEL'S SCUD KILLER: SHOT HEARD ROUND THE WORLD - 1 August 2004

Severin Carrell - The Independent: FOREIGN OFFICE INVESTIGATES ABUSE OF BRITONS AT CAMP DELTA - 1 August 2004

Severin Carrell - The Independent: OFFICERS VETOED INQUIRIES INTO 23 DEATHS - 1 August 2004

Severin Carrell - The Independent: HE WELCOMED THEM AS LIBERATORS. THEN HEARD THEM KILL HIS FRIEND - 1 August 2004

Severin Carrell - The Independent: FAIR PRICE FOR A LIFE? ARMY PAYS IRAQI FAMILY $600 AFTER SHOOTING GIRL DEAD - 1 August 2004

Doug Struck - The Washington Post: U.S.-TRAINED FORCES HIT BY DEFECTIONS - 1 August 2004

Dana Priest - The Washington Post: AL QAEDA-IRAQ LINK RECANTED - 1 August 2004

Maureen Dowd - The New York Times: CAN HE FLOAT YOUR BOAT? - 1 August 2004

Jin Hoagland - The Washington Post: CONVENTION WISDOM - 1 August 2004

Erin Schulte - The Wall Street Journal: WHY SOME THINK A KERRY WIN CAN BOOST THE STOCK MARKET - 1 August 2004

Henry Louis Gates Jr. - The New York Times: BREAKING THE SILENCE - 1 August 2004


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