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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

Fool me once, shame on you! Fool me twice, shame on me!

The Guardian - Steve Bell on the war in Iraq and the electoral victory of the American Taliban on November 2, 2004.

The American Taliban is the 'unholy alliance' of the super-rich U.S. investors, neo-conservative jingoists and Zionist "Evangelical Christians" in the rural states, typically the poorest people in America, who have succeeded in replacing the American democracy with an "IRONFISTED THEOCRACY WITH THE PRESIDENT AS MULLAH AND POLICY AS RELIGIOUS WAR".
The electoral process is controlled by neo-conservative 'spin doctors' and by Zionist 'Evangelical' pastors who tell the brainwashed, functionally illiterate masses how to vote, under penalty of eternal punishment in hell.
For the American Taliban abortion is a mortal sin, and rightfully so, but killing tens of thousands of human beings, men, women and children is perfectly all right, as long as the victims are non-American goim (cattle, according to the Talmud). According to a 1997 poll, only one out of three U.S.citizens is able to name the most basic of the Christian texts, the four Gospels. Only one out of three U.S. citizens has heard about the Sermon on the Mount.
A recent survey by the Program on International Policy Attitudes at the University of Maryland found that nearly 70 percent of President Bush's supporters believe the U.S. has come up with "clear evidence" that Saddam Hussein was working closely with Al Qaeda. A third of the president's supporters believe weapons of mass destruction were found in Iraq. And more than a third believe that a substantial majority of world opinion supported the U.S.-led invasion.
Ignorance is bliss! The crass manipulation of the incredible ignorance and of the functional illiteracy of the American masses constitutes the basis of the new theocratic regime of the American Taliban.

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
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DOWNLOAD THE COMPREHENSIVE REPORT ON IRAQ'S WMD (PDF format) - 30 September 2004

DAILY NEWS SECTION


Editorial - New York Times: ARE WE STINGY? YES - December 31, 2004

Editorial - The Guardian: HELPING ASIA'S VICTIMS - 31 December 2004

Steven Morris - The Guardian: PUBLIC'S RECORD 30 MILLION POUNDS RESPONSE TAKES CHARITIES BY SURPRISE - 31 December 2004

Ed Stoddard - Reuters: TSUNAMI ADDS TO BELIEF IN ANIMALS 'SIXTH SENSE' - December 31, 2004

Jeremy Seabrook - The Guardian: IN DEATH, IMPERIALISM LIVES ON - 31 December 2004

Edmund Sanders - Los Angeles Times: FALLOUJANS GET AN UNSETTLING LOOK AT THEIR CITY - December 31, 2004

Josh Getlin - Los Angeles Times: U.S. ATTORNEY ASSAILS LAWYER IN TERROR TRIAL - December 31, 2004

Editorial - Haaretz: WITHOUT UNNECESSARY PROVOCATION - Tevet 19, 5765

Eric Silver - The Independent: PEREZ DEAL ENSURES GAZA WITHDRAWAL - 31 December 2004

Warren Christopher - New York Times: DIPLOMACY THAT CAN'T BE DELEGATED - December 31, 2004

FT writers - Financial Times: FT PREDICTIONS FOR 2005 - December 31, 2004

James Kynge - Financial Times: WORLD IS DANCING TO A CHINESE TUNE - December 31, 2004

Fiona Harvey - Financial Times: CAN A DIVIDED WORLD TACKLE GLOBAL WARMING IN 2005? - December 31, 2004

Eli Sanders - New York Times: ALASKA OIL SPILL TAKES TOLL ON ANIMALS AND FISHERIES - December 31, 2004

John Aglionby, Steven Morris and Jamie Wilson - The Guardian: TSUNAMI DEATH TOLL COULD REACH 100,000 - 30 December 2004

Simon Winchester - New York Times: THE YEAR THE EARTH FOUGHT BACK - December 30, 2004

Nick Paton Walsh - The Guardian: YUSHCHENKO MAY PROSECUTE HIS OPPONENTS - 30 December 2004

Janusz Bugajski - Financial Times: UKRAINE NEEDS WESTERN HELP IN THE COMING COLD PEACE - December 30, 2004

David Holley and Sergei L. Loiko - Los Angeles Times: A TOP ADVISOR TO PUTIN CALLS OIL TAKEOVER THE 'SCAM OF THE YEAR' - December 30, 2004

Dan Roberts - Financial Times: IS THE WORLD FALLING OUT OF LOVE WITH U.S. BRANDS? - December 30, 2004

Askold Krushelnycky - The Independent: YUSHCHENKO CALLS ON SUPPORTERS TO BLOCK ELECTION CHALLENGE - 29 December 2004

Martin Wolf - Financial Times: THE WIDER CHALLENGE IN UKRAINE - December 29, 2004

Editorial - New York Times: PRESIDENT VIKTOR YUSHCHENKO - December 29, 2004

Justin Huggler and Andrew Buncombe - The Independent: THE LOST GENERATION - 29 December 2004

Steven Morris and John Aglionby - The Guardian: THE TRUE HORROR EMERGES - 29 December 2004

Stephanie Simon - Los Angeles Times: CATTLE VIDEO STIRS KOSHER MEAT DEBATE - December 29, 2004

Douglas Jehl - New York Times: DIRECTOR OF ANALYSIS BRANCH AT THE C.I.A. IS BEING REMOVED - December 29, 2004

Felicity Barringer - New York Times: PENTAGON IS PRESSING TO BYPASS ENVIRONMENTAL LAWS FOR WAR GAMES AND ARMS TESTING - December 29, 2004

Frank Gibney - Los Angeles Times: THE GENERAL WHO GOT IT RIGHT IN IRAQ - December 29, 2004

Bob Sipchen - Los Angeles Times: A WEB OF SHAME - December 29, 2004

Viktor Yushchenko - The Independent: THE FUTURE OF UKRAINE DEPENDS ON EVERY ONE OF US - 28 December 2004

Viktor Yushchenko - Financial Times: UKRAINIANS HAVE WON THE RIGHT TO CHOOSE THEIR OWN DESTINY - December 28, 2004

Mary Dejevsky - The Independent: UKRAINE HAS EARNED ITS RIGHTFUL PLACE IN EUROPE - December 28, 2004

Editorial - The Independent: AT LAST, A RESULT THAT GIVES PRIDE BACK TO UKRAINE - December 28, 2004

Askold Krushelnycky - The Independent: YUSHCHENKO SWEEPS TO VICTORY BUT OPPONENT REFUSES TO ACCEPT RESULT - 28 December 2004

Askold Krushelnycky - The Independent: UKRAINE TO MEET RUSSIA AS EQUAL AND STRENGTHEN TIES TO WEST - 28 December 2004

Borzou Daragahi - The Independent: NEW BIN LADEN TAPE URGES BOYCOTT OF IRAQ ELECTIONS AS BOMBER TARGETS SHIA LEADER - 28 December 2004

Associated Press - Los Angeles Times: HONG KONG PAPERS REPORT RIOT IN CHINA - December 28, 2004

John Kay - Financial Times: ETHIC WITH A GOLDEN TOUCH - December 28, 2004

Staff and agencies - The Guardian: 'NOW, TODAY, THE UKRAINIAN PEOPLE HAVE WON' - 27 December 2004

Jonathan Brown - The Independent: 23,000 KILLED AS TSUNAMI SWEEPS ACROSS ASIA - 27 December 2004

Editorial - New York Times: A DAY OF DEVASTATION - December 27, 2004

Christine Hauser - New York Times: U.S. TROOPS AND IRAQIS ARE ON EDGE AT MOSUL BASE - December 27, 2004

Bob Herbert - New York Times: SHOPPING FOR WAR - December 27, 2004

Editorial - Los Angeles Times: A HERO OPENS OUR EYES - December 27, 2004

Associated Press: EX-HOSTAGE: MILITANTS WANTED BUSH RE-ELECTED - December 26, 2004

Peter Beaumont - The Guardian: FIGHT POVERTY NOT WARS, SAYS WILLIAMS, ARCHBISHOP OF CANTERBURY - 26 December 2004

Staff and agencies - The Guardian: EARLY POLLS INDICATE YUSHCHENKO WIN - 26 December 2004

Irena Chalupa - The Independent: FEAR GROWS OF A PLAN TO WRECK UKRAINE POLL - 26 December 2004

Nick Paton Walsh - The Guardian: UKRAINE STANDS ON BRINK OF UNKNOWN - 26 December 2004

Andrew Osborn - The Independent: ORTHODOX PRIESTS 'SELLING PRAYERS', CLAIMS RUSSIA'S PATRIARCH ALEXEY - 26 December 2004

Associated Press - New York Times: POPE DELIVERS SOMBER CHRISTMAS MESSAGE - December 25, 2004

Fadil al-Badrani - Reuters: FALLUJA RETURNEES ANGRY, "CITY UNFIT FOR ANIMALS" - December 24, 2004

Maureen Dowd - New York Times: CHRISTMAS EVE OF DESTRUCTION - December 24, 2004

Borzou Daraghi - The Independent: U.S. BOMBINGS MARKS RETURN OF FALLUJAH'S DISPLACED PEOPLE - 24 December 2004

Erik Eckholm and Eric Schmitt - New York Times: SOME RESIDENTS RETURN TO FALLUJA FOR A LOOK AT RAVAGED CITY - December 24, 2004

James Sturcke and agencies - The Guardian: THREE U.S. MARINES DIE IN FALLUJAH FIGHTING - 24 December 2004

Borzou Daraghi - The Independent: IRAQ'S CHRISTIAN MINORITY LOSES ITS INNOCENCE NOW THAT THE RULE OF SADDAM IS OVER - 24 December 2004

Yair Sheleg - Haaretz: LOBBYING FOR A SUPER JEWISH ASSEMBLY - Time for "glasnost i perestroika" to be applied to the secret Jewish global government structures (the ubiquituous kahilas)? Don't bet on it, goym! - Tevet 12, 5765

Bob Herbert - New York Times: FAMILIES PAY THE PRICE - December 24, 2004

Luis Alberto Urrea - New York Times: BORDERLINE HOLIDAY - December 24, 2004

Rupert Cornwell - The Independent: LOGGING FEARS AS BUSH EASES FORESTRY LAWS - 24 December 2004

Bettina Boxall and Lisa Getter - New York Times: U.S. REWRITES RULES GOVERNING FORESTS - December 24, 2004

Editorial - Los Angeles Times: A BETTER WAY, OUI? - December 24, 2004

David Stout - New York Times: BUSH TO RENOMINATE 20 JUDGES WHOM DEMOCRATS HAVE RESISTED - December 24, 2004

James Dao, Ford Fessenden and Tom Zeller - New York Times: VOTING PROBLEMS IN OHIO SPUR CALLS FOR OVERHAUL - December 24, 2004

Arkady Ostrovsky - Financial Times: PUTIN CLAIMS RIGHT TO RE-NATIONALISE YUKOS - December 24, 2004

Hakam Kanafani - The Independent: HOPE? NOT IN CONDITIONS LIKE THESE, MR. BLAIR - 23 December 2004

Donald Macintyre - The Independent: SHARON PRAISES TALKS HE WILL NOT ATTEND - 23 December 2004

David Stout and John O'Neil - New York Times: U.S. GENERAL SAYS MOSUL BLAST APPEARS TO BE SUICIDE BOMB - Yesterday the generals told us it was a mortar and rocket attack. Today, it is a suicide bomber who entered the mess tent at lunch time and blew himself up.
I received a very superficial military training not at Camp Pendleton, but in the streets of Bucharest in 1956. I was just a miserable freedom fighter but at the age of 14 I could tell the difference between a mortar thud and other kinds of explosions. Why are they lying to us every day? - December 23, 2004

Rupert Cornwell - The Independent: U.S. CONTRACTOR QUITS IRAQ AS VIOLENCE THREATENS ELECTIONS - 23 December 2004

Editorial - Los Angeles Times: A BLOODY ROAD TO ELECTIONS - December 23, 2004

David Wood - The Guardian: HOSTAGES MOVED IN CARDBOARD BOXES - 23 December 2004

Matthew Tempest - The Guardian: BLAIR DEFENDS MIDDLE EAST PEACE EFFORTS - 23 December 2004

Nicholas D. Kristof - New York Times: WHEN THE RIGHT IS RIGHT - December 23, 2004

Editorial - Los Angeles Times: BUSH'S BUDDY VLADIMIR - December 23, 2004

Claire Cozens and agencies - The Guardian: FRENCH HOSTAGES RELEASED - 22 December 2004

Agencies - The Guardian: 22 KILLED IN MOSUL ATTACK - 22 December 2004

Donald Macintyre and Colin Brown - The Independent: TEN MORE YEARS? - 22 December 2004

Aluf Benn - Haaretz: WORLD BANK PRESIDENT: PULLOUT IS NOT ENOUGH - Tevet 10, 5765

Ian Black - The Guardian: A RARE, HOPEFUL CALM - 22 December 2004

Askold Krushelnycky - The Independent: UKRAINE SEPARATISTS GIVEN RUSSIAN ARMS, WARNS OPPOSITION - 22 December 2004

Neil A. Lewis and David Johnston - New York Times: NEW F.B.I. FILES DESCRIBE ABUSE OF IRAQ INMATES - December 21, 2004

Christine Hauser and Richard A. Oppel - New York Times: BLASTS RIPS THROUGH U.S. BASE IN IRAQ, CAUSING MANY CASUALTIES - December 21, 2004

Patrick Cockburn - The Independent: IRAQ BOMBERS 'LINKED TO IRAN AND SYRIA' - 21 December 2004

Bob Herbert - New York Times: WAR ON THE CHEAP - December 21, 2004

Sheryl Gay Stolberg - New York Times: REPUBLICANS STEP UP DEBATE OVER WHETHER RUMSFELD SHOULD STAY - December 21, 2004

Tariq Ramadan - Los Angeles Times: MY FIGHT AGAINST AMERICAN PHANTOMS - December 21, 2004

Editorial - Los Angeles Times: UNCONNECTED DOTS - December 21, 2004

Editorial - New York Times: THE ELECTRONIC LIBRARY - December 21, 2004

Editorial - Los Angeles Times: MERRY C-WORD - December 21, 2004

Dennis Prager - Los Angeles Times: BORN-AGAIN PRESIDENT --WHITE HOUSE HANUKKAH - "It is an incredible blessing to be an American Jew (or "Jewish American" — both terms are accurate). We are doubly blessed."..." It is not often that the orthodox of any faith, and certainly within Judaism, are at the vanguard of a movement of change. But the number of ultra-Orthodox at the White House, and their passionate support for an evangelical Christian named George W. Bush, made manifest what is already known: Orthodox Jews understand that the Jews' greatest allies are the only other group in the world to believe that the Torah is from God — conservative Christians."..." and among younger Jews there is far greater receptivity to the conservative belief in American exceptionality than to the liberal belief in U.N., French-German and world opinion."...
There you have it, black on white. Now you know that Orthodox Judaism is the driving force (the "masters") behind the American Taliban and behind the plethora of heretical "christian evangelical churches" that constitute the "American Christianity" as opposed to the "European Christianity", according to this Jewish author...
Ask any born-again heretic about the Sermont on the Mount. Chances are he or she has never heard of it.
To them Jesus Christ is not the King of Universe and the embodiment of God's infinite Love for mankind, but a mass executioner who is going to mass murder every human being that does not believe in "born-again" satanic heresies. - December 20, 2004

Patrick Cockburn - The Independent: SIX WEEKS FROM ELECTIONS, 65 ARE KILLED ON DAY OF TERROR IN IRAQ - 20 December 2004

Associated Press - New York Times: TWO BOMBINGS IN SHIITE HOLY CITIES KILL DOZENS - December 20, 2004

Suleiman al-Khalidi - Reuters: SADDAM HUSSEIN URGES IRAQIS TO UNITE - December 20, 2004

Editorial - Los Angeles Times: DISGRACED BY SILENCE - December 20, 2004

Uzi Benziman - Haaretz: CAN A LEOPARD CHANGE ITS SPOTS? - Tevet 7, 5765

Askold Krushelnycky - The Independent: UKRAINIAN PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES COME FACE TO FACE IN A 'GLOVES-OFF' TV DEBATE - 20 December 2004

Steven Lee Myers - New York Times: PUTIN USES POWER AND LOSES FAVOR - December 20, 2004

Maureen Dowd - New York Times: A NOT SO WONDERFUL LIFE - December 20, 2004

Thomas L. Friedman - New York Times: A POLITICAL ARABESQUE - December 20, 2004

Severin Carrell - The Independent: U.K. WAR CRIMES CLAIMS EXAMINED IN THE HAGUE - 19 December 2004

Robert Fisk - The Independent: 'THE ARMY HAD NOT A WORD OF COMPASSION FOR THE DEAD MAN, NOR FOR HIS ORPHANED SONS' - December 19, 2004

Editorial - The Independent: A NATION'S COMMITMENT TO HUMAN RIGHTS IS ON TRIAL - December 19, 2004

Severin Carrell - The Independent: GUANTÁNAMO BAY BRITONS OUT OF ISOLATION AFTER PROTEST - 19 December 2004

David Johnston and Neil A. Lewis - New York Times: OFFICIALS DESCRIBE SECRET C.I.A. CENTER AT GUANTÁNAMO BAY - December 19, 2004

Tim Golden - New York Times: HOW DUBIOUS EVIDENCE SPURRED RELENTLESS GUANTÁNAMO BAY SPY HUNR - December 19, 2004

Douglas Jehl and Eric Schmitt - New York Times: PENTAGON SEEKS TO EXPAND ROLE IN INTELLIGENCE - December 19, 2004

Geoffrey Lean - The Independent: U.S. FAILS IN BID TO KILL OFF KYOTO PROCESS - 19 December 2004

Larry Rohter - New York Times: U.S. WATERS DOWN GLOBAL COMMITMENT TO CURB GREENHOUSE GASES - December 19, 2004

Helen Kennedy - The Independent: 'THEY ARE ERODING SOMETHING THAT AFFECTS ALL OF US' - 18 December 2004

Robert Verkaik and Colin Brown - The Independent: A NEW AFFRONT TO JUSTICE - 18 December 2004

Bob Herbert - New York Times: FIDDLING AS IRAQ BURNS - December 18, 2004

Rupert Cornwell - The Independent: REPUBLICANS AND NEO-CONS CALL FOR 'ARROGANT' RUMSFELD TO QUIT - 18 December 2004

Paul Krugman - New York Times: BUYING INTO FAILURE - December 18, 2004

Jonathan Chait - Los Angeles Times: STILL CRAZY AFTER ALL THESE YEARS - December 18, 2004

Nathan. Diament - Haaretz: JEWS MUSTN'T 'CHECK THEIR BELIEFS AT THE DOOR' - The Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America fully supports the American Taliban theocracy. Surprised? Grand Ayatollah George Bush and Mullah Karl Rove are definitely not surprised...- Tevet 5, 5765

Editorial - Los Angeles Times: AN INCREDIBLE SELF-DELUSION - December 18, 2004

David Holley - Los Angeles Times: BALLOT PRINTING SNAFU IMPERILS UKRAINE ELECTION - December 18, 2004

Clare Dyer, Michael White and Alan Travis - The Guardian: JUDGES' VERDICT ON TERROR LAWS PROVOKES CONSTITUTIONAL CRISIS - 17 December 2004

Louise Christian - The Guardian: THE U.K. GOVERNMENT MUST NOW RELEASE THE DETAINEES - 17 December 2004

Editorial - The Guardian: ANCIENT LIBERTIES - 17 December 2004

John F. Burns and Robert F. Worth - New York Times: AS IRAQI CAMPAIGN BEGINS, A BOMB KILLS 9 IN KARBALA - December 17, 2004

Maureen Dowd - New York Times: WHY NOT COALITION OF THE SHILLING? - December 17, 2004

Thomas L. Friedman - New York Times: HOLDING UP ARAB REFORM - December 17, 2004

Stefan Wagstyl and Arkady Ostrovsky - Financial Times: IS PUTIN TOO AUTHORITARIAN FOR HIS OWN GOOD? - December 17, 2004

Erin E. Arvelund and Simon Romero - New York Times: KREMLIN REASSERTS HOLD ON RUSSIA'S OIL AND GAS - December 17, 2004

Neil A. Lewis - New York Times: MARINES FOUND GUILTY OF ABUSING IRAQIS, FILES SHOW - December 16, 2004

Richard A. Serrano - Los Angeles Times: DETAILS OF MARINES MISTREATING PRISONERS ARE REVEALED - December 16, 2004

Aluf Benn and Amnon Barzilai - Haaretz: PENTAGON DEMANDS DISMISSAL OF DEFENSE MINISTRY OFFICIAL - Tevet 4, 5765

David Stout - New York Times: IMPORTANT TEST FOR MISSILE-DEFENSE SYSTEM ENDS IN FAILURE - December 16, 2004

Chrystia Freeland and Arkady Ostrovsky - Financial Times: RUSSIAN LIBERAL ATTACKS KREMLIN UKRAINE STANCE - December 16, 2004

Nicholas D. Kristof - New York Times: THE POISON PUZZLE - December 16, 2004

Maria Newman - New York Times: BUSH PUSHES LEGISLATION TO LIMIT 'FRIVOLOUS LAWSUITS' - The first requirement for installing a theocratic police state is to deny access to independent courts for ordinary citizens. The next step is to implement "military tribunals" for protesters...- December 16, 2004

Warren Vieth and Edwin Chen - Los Angeles Times: ECONOMIC SUMMIT PROMOTES BUSH'S AGENDA - December 16, 2004

Robert Fisk - The Independent: WHO KILLED BAHA MOUSA? - December 15, 2004

Staff and agencies - The Guardian: TEST CASES: IRAQI CIVILIAN DEATHS - 15 December 2004

Richard A. Serrano - Los Angeles Times: MARINES STAGED MOCK EXECUTIONS OF JUVENILES - December 15, 2004

John Hendren - Los Angeles Times: PENTAGON CONFIRMS DETAINEE DEATHS AFTER DISCLOSURE - December 15, 2004

Douglas Jehl - New York Times: C.I.A. ORDER ON DETAINEES SHOWS ITS ROLE WAS CURBED - December 15, 2004

David G. Savage - Los Angeles Times: SUPREME COURT MAKES IT TOUGHER TO SUE POLICE - The American Taliban police state is marching on...-December 15, 2004

Editorial - Los Angeles Times: AN OLD-FASHIONED POISONING - December 15, 2004

Patrick Cockburn - The Independent: ALAWI ACCUSED OF RUSHING TRIALS FOR SADDAM'S AIDES - 15 December 2004

John F. Burns and Robert F. Worth - New York Times: IRAQI CAMPAIGN RAISES QUESTION OF IRAN'S SWAY - December 15, 2004

David Brooks - New York Times: THE WONKS' LOYA JIRGA - December 15, 2004

Andrew C. Revkin - New York Times: ESKIMOS SEEK TO RECAST GLOBAL WARMING AS A RIGHTS ISSUE - December 15, 2004

Chris McGreal - The Guardian: ISRAELIS HASTEN LAND GRAB IN SHADDOW OF WALL - 14 December 2004

Patrick Cockburn - The Independent: SUICIDE BOMBER KILLS SEVEN ON ANNIVERSARY OF SADDAM'S CAPTURE - 14 December 2004

Carlotta Gall - New York Times: RIGHTS GROUP REPORTS DEATHS OF MEN HELD BY U.S. IN AFGHANISTAN - December 14, 2004

Joel Agee - Los Angeles Times: THE PRICE OF FEAR IS PAID IN LOST FREEDOM - December 14, 2004

Richard Norton-Taylor - The Guardian: BRITAIN IS CONNIVING IN TORTURE - 14 December 2004

Ronald Brownstein - Los Angeles Times: COLD WAR CALL TO ACTION WOULDN'T RING TRUE FOR DEMOCRATS NOW - December 14, 2004

Giles Tremlett - The Guardian: AZNAR 'WIPED FILES ON MADRID BOMBINGS' - 14 December 2004

Tom Shanker and Eric Schmitt - New York Times: PENTAGON WEIGHS USE OF DECEPTION IN A BROAD ARENA - Are you sick and tired of the incessant stream of lies dispensed daily by the Pentagon spokesmen? You've seen nothing yet! They are planning to duplicate the KGB Department of Disinformation in its original splendor...- December 13, 2004

Sonni Efron - Los Angeles Times: U.S. OPTIONS FEW IN FEUD WITH IRAN - A very informative article on the catastrophic quality of the "U.S. diplomatic corps" personified by Undersecretary of State John R. Bolton. - December 13, 2004

Richard B. Schmitt - Los Angeles Times: AT FBI, HELP IS MOST WANTED - "Key players are fleeing for the private sector and other agencies in droves." - December 13, 2004

Peter Preston - The Guardian: FOUR MORE YEARS OF DECLINE - 13 December 2004

Nick Paton Walsh - The Guardian: FATEFUL DINNER PARTY THAT BROUGHT DISFIGUREMENT IN ITS WAKE - Igor Smeshko, the head of SBU (the successor of KGB in Ukraine), and his deputy Volodymyr Stasiuk hosted the dinner party where Viktor Yushchenko was poisoned with dioxine. - 13 December 2004

Nick Paton Walsh - The Guardian: PLEDGE TO PROSECUTE YUSHCHENKO POISONERS - 13 December 2004

Askold Krushelnycky - The Independent: A STORY OF POWER AND POISON IS NOW ETCHED ON THE FACE OF UKRAINE'S HERO - 13 December 2004

Anne Penketh - The Independent: RUN-OFF VOTE PRODUCES TWO ROMANIAN PRESIDENTS - 13 December 2004

Christopher Condon - Financial Times: VOTERS FEAR FRESH ROMANIAN POLL FRAUD - December 13, 2004

Tom Gallagher - Financial Times: ROMANIA HAS NOT EARNED EUROPEAN UNION ACCESSION - December 13, 2004

Maureen Dowd - New York Times: THE 12 DAYS OF RUMMYING - December 12, 2004

Donal Macintyre - The Independent: GIRL, 7, KILLED AT THE DINNER TABLE AS ISRAELIS "RETALIATE" ACCORDING TO THE TALMUD - 12 December 2004

Amos Harel - Haaretz: PROBE: NO ETHICAL FLAW IN COMMANDO KILLING OF MILITANT - How could it be otherwise? Killing a goy, any goy under any circumstances is not an ethical flaw, but a "moral duty" according to the Talmud...(Comments by Michael Olteanu) - Kislev 29,5765

Severin Carrell and Francis Elliott - The Independent: GUANTÁNAMO BRITONS 'LOSING SANITY' AS FEARS GROW FOR TERROR SUSPECTS HELD IN U.K. - 12 December 2004

Mark Huband - Financial Times: BARBARIAN "JUSTICE" DELIVERED BY KGB-STYLE "MILITARY TRIBUNALS" AT GUANTÁNAMO BAY - Having been "judged" and "sentenced" by a "military tribunal" in August 1959 in communist Romania, I have a good understanding of what the 'American Taliban' is relentlessly preparing for the future of all of us here in America and I think it's well deserved. We earned the 'privilege' of becoming slaves of the barbarians now in power, by turning a blind eye to the horrendous injustices and crimes perpetrated in our name against so many people on this planet...(Comments by Michael Olteanu) - December 11, 2004

Robert F. Worth - New York Times: SERIES OF INSURGENT ATTACKS KILLS AT LEAST 4 IRAQI POLICEMEN - December 12, 2004

Paul Richter - Los Angeles Times: RUSSIA POLICY UNDER REVIEW - December 12, 2004

Edmund Sanders - Los Angeles Times: U.S. SOLDIER PLEADS GUILTY IN 'MERCY' KILLING OF IRAQI YOUTH - December 11, 2004

Patrick Cockburn and Kim Sengupta - The Independent: FALLUJAH: THE HOMECOMING AND THE HOMELESS - 11 December 2004

Editorial - The Independent: WE MUST NOT JUST REMEMBER THEM. WE MUST COUNT THEM - December 11, 2004

Associated Press - The Guardian: DOCTORS: YUSHCHENKO WAS POISONED - 11 December 2004

Editorial - The Guardian: DIOXINE: THE FACTS - 11 December 2004

Associated Press - New York Times: DOCTOR SAYS UKRAINIAN CANDIDATE WAS POISONED - December 11, 2004

Nicholas D. Kristof - New York Times: BROTHER, CAN YOU SPARE A BRIGADE? - December 11, 2004

Salam Al-Marayaty - Los Angeles Times: GUILTY OF 'FLYING WHILE MUSLIM'? - December 11, 2004

Paul Krugman - New York Times: BORROW, SPECULATE AND HOPE - December 11, 2004

David Brooks - New York Times: REAL REFORM FOR SOCIAL SECURITY - December 11, 2004

Robin Abcarian - Los Angeles Times: RED-ZONE BLUES? NORTH, AMERICANS! - December 11, 2004

Jonathan Chait - Los Angeles Times: WHY ACADEMIA SHUNS REPUBLICANS - December 11, 2004

Matan Hermoni - Haaretz: ILLUMINATING THE DARK SIDE OF YIDDISH - Kislev 29, 5765

Stephen Kahn - The Independent: AT RISK: ONE BILLION OF THE WORLD'S CHILDREN - 10 December 2004

John Daniszewski - Los Angeles Times: UNICEF: GOVERNMENTS FAILING WORLD'S CHILDREN - December 10, 2004

Aluf Benn - Haaretz: FRENCH AMBASSADOR: ISRAELIS SUFFER FROM 'ANTI-FRENCHISM' - Kislev 27, 5765

Editorial - Financial Times: BIG SPENDER: WHAT HAPPENED TO $20 BILLIONS OF IRAQ FUNDS? - December 10, 2004

Patrick Cockburn - The Independent: SHIAS PRESENT UNITED FRONT FOR IRAQI ELECTION - 10 December 2004

Patrick Cockburn - The Independent: 'I STARTED QUEUEING YESTERDAY AND I EXPECT PETROL TOMORROW' - 10 December 2004

Thomas L. Friedman - New York Times: THE SUICIDE SUPPLY CHAIN - December 10, 2004

Maureen Dowd - New York Times: LOST IN A MASQUERADE - December 10, 2004

Editorial - Los Angeles Times: A REIN ON 'BODYGUARD OF LIES' - December 10, 2004

Richard B. Schmitt - Los Angeles Times: A SIGN OF HOPE FOR REPORTERS IN C.I. A. LEAK CASE - December 10, 2004

Stewart L. Udall - Los Angeles Times: IF BUSH REALLY WANTS A LEGACY - December 10, 2004

Editorial - Los Angeles Times: NIBBLING AT THE CONSTITUTION - December 10, 2004

Agenzie - La Repubblica: IL PAPA A PIAZZA DI SPAGNA PREGA LA MADONNA PER LA PACE - 9 Dicembre 2004

Elizabeth Becker - New York Times: NUMBER OF HUNGRY RISING, U.N. SAYS - December 9, 2004

Cristina Nadotti - La Repubblica: CINQUE MILLIONI DI BAMBINI ALL'ANNO MUIONO DI FAME NEL MONDO - 9 Dicembre 2004

Neil A. Lewis - New York Times: IRAQI PRISONER ABUSE REPORTED AFTER ABU GHRAIB DISCLOSURES - December 9, 2004

Ze'ev Schiff - Haaretz: IRAN ATTEMPTS DISTRACTION - As expected, the Zionist propaganda machine is getting up to speed to prepare the "public opinion" (what a joke!) for the upcoming bombing and invasion of Iran...- Kislev 26, 5765

Quentin Peel - Financial Times: STOP THIS DEMONISING OF THE U.N. - December 9, 2004

Donald Macintyre - The Independent: ISRAEL ACCUSED OF FOUL PLAY BY PALESTINIAN ELECTION CANDIDATE - 9 December 2004

Askold Krushelnycky - The Independent: UKRAINE PROTESTERS HAIL POLL BREAKTHROUGH - 9 December 2004

James Sturcke and agencies - The Guardian: UKRAINE MP'S BACK ELECTORAL REFORM - 9 December 2004

Steven Lee Myers - New York Times: UKRAINE PARLIAMENT VOTES SWEEPING ELECTORAL CHANGES - December 9, 2004

Associated Press - New York Times: IRAQ INSURGENTS ATTACK U.S. TROOPS, CONVOY - December 9, 2004

Edmund Sanders - Los Angeles Times: DEADLY ATTACKS CONTINUE CYCLE OF VIOLENCE IN SAMARRA - December 9, 2004

Robert Burns - Los Angeles Times: DISGRUNTLED TROOPS COMPLAIN TO RUMSFELD - December 9, 2004

Editorial - Los Angeles Times: 'YOU'RE (NOT) FIRED!' - December 9, 2004

Mary Curtius - Los Angeles Times: SENATE APPROVES OVERHAUL OF SPY AGENCIES - December 9, 2004

Nicholas D. Kristof - New York Times: A CALL TO ARMS - December 9, 2004

Nick Anderson - Los Angeles Times: ACTIVISTS HOLD FORUM SPOTLIGHTING ISSUES IN PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION - December 9, 2004

Haaretz Service - Haaretz: ISRAEL, PALESTINIAN AUTHORITY SAID TO HAVE AGREED ON BASIS OF PEACE DEAL - Kislev 25, 5765

Neil A. Lewis - New York Times: MEMOS SAY TWO OFFICIALS WHO SAW PRISON ABUSE WERE THREATENED - December 8, 2004

Paisley Dodds - Los Angeles Times: MEMO: WORKERS THREATENED OVER PRISON ABUSE - December 8, 2004

Staff and agencies - The Guardian: TORTURE OF GUANTÁNAMO BRITONS TO BE OUTLINED - 8 December 2004

Patrick Cockburn and Andrew Buncombe - The Independent: C.I.A. WARNING ON IRAQ LEAKED AS 1,000TH U.S. SOLDIER KILLED - 8 December 2004

Tom Reed - The Independent: A MODEL REVOLUTIONARY - 8 December 2004

James Strucke - The Guardian: UKRAINE TALKS DEADLOCKED - 8 December 2004

Martin Wolf - Financial Times: A DANGEROUS HUNGER FOR AMERICAN ASSETS - December 8, 2004

Nick Anderson - Los Angeles Times: VOTING-RIGHTS ADVOCATES CITE ELECTION PROBLEMS - December 8, 2004

Paisley Dodds - Associated Press: F.B.I. LETTER CITES GUANTÁNAMO ABUSE - December 7, 2004

Edmund Sanders - Los Angeles Times: TROOPS' MURDER CASE IN IRAQ DETAILED - December 7, 2004

Patrick Cockburn - The Independent: RUNNING BATTLES IN BAGHDAD AS U.S. DEATH TOLL NEARS 1,000 - 7 December 2004

Douglas Jehl - New York Times: TWO C.I.A. REPORTS OFFER WARNINGS ON IRAQ'S PATH - December 7, 2004

David Holley - Los Angeles Times: UKRAINE'S PRESIDENT AGREES TO ANTI-FRAUD MEASURES IN REVOTE - December 7, 2004

Declan Walsh - The Guardian: WARLORDS, POPPIES AND SLOW PROGRESS - 7 December 2004

Sam Dillon - New York Times: WHAT CORPORATE AMERICA CAN'T BUILD: A SENTENCE - Functional illiteracy is ubiquitous in corporate America. The spelling of simple English words constitutes a major challenge for American college graduates, whether BA, BS, MA, MS or Ph.D.'s. If it wasn't for the built-in "spell checkers", the billions of email messages exchanged every day would simply be unreadable. - December 7, 2004

Floyd Norris - New York Times: U.S. STUDENTS FARE BADLY IN INTERNATIONAL SURVEY OF MATHEMATICS SKILLS - December 7, 2004

Paul Krugman - New York Times: INVENTING A CRISIS - December 7, 2004

David Brooks - New York Times: THE NEW RED-DIAPER BABIES - December 7, 2004

Mark Turner - Financial Times: FULL TRANSCRIPT OF INTERVIEW WITH KOFI ANNAN - December 6, 2004

Associated Press - Haaretz: VANUNU: ISRAELI NUKES PUSH NEIGHBOR STATES TO GET ATOMIC ARMS - Kislev 23, 5765

James Sturcke - The Guardian: U.S. CONSULATE IN JEDDAH ATTACKED - 6 December 2004

Rory McCarthy and Jamie Wilson - The Guardian: 70 DIE AS IRAQ VIOLENCE ESCALATES - 6 December 2004

Editorial - The Guardian: HARVEST OF DEATH - 6 December 2004

Editorial - New York Times: SAVING IRAQ'S ELECTION - December 6, 2004

Askold Krushelnycky - The Independent: OPPOSITION WAS TO BE SMEARED WITH TERROR ATTACK, SAYS OFFICIAL - 6 December 2004

David Teather and Declan Walsh - The Guardian: BIN LADEN TRAIL IS COLD, MUSHARRAF ADMITS - 6 December 2004

Jeevan Vasagar - The Guardian: BIN LADEN'S HORSE WAITS FOR HER MASTER'S RETURN - 6 December 2004

Saeed Shah - The Independent: U.S. GIANT'S DEFENCE ON BHOPAL COULD BE UNDERMINED BY COMPANY PAPERS - 6 December 2004

Geoffrey Lean - The Independent: BUSH SETS OUT PLAN TO DISMANTLE 30 YEARS OF ENVIRONMENTAL LAW - 5 December 2004

Patrick Cockburn - The Independent: FOURTEEN DIE AS SUICIDE BOMBS ROCK BAGHDAD AND MOSUL - 5 December 2004

Rupert Cornwell - The Independent: U.S. NAVY TO INVESTIGATE NEW IMAGES OF ABUSE OF HOODED DETAINEES - 5 December 2004

Sarah El Deeb - Associated Press: U.S. GENERAL SPEAKS OUT ON NEW ABUSE PROBE - December 5, 2004

Stefan Wagstyl and Tom Warner - Financial Times: DANCING IN THE STREET A 'A NATION IS BORN' - December 5, 2004

C. J. Chivers - New York Times: UKRAINE'S FACE IS MIRRORED IN A CANDIDATE - December 5, 2004

Nick Paton Walsh - The Guardian: KUCHMA OFFERRED GET-OUT CLAUSE - 5 December 2004

Chrystia Freedland - Financial Times: THE QUIET REVOLUTIONARIES - December 5, 2004

Thomas L. Friedman - New York Times: FLY ME TO THE MOON - December 5, 2004

Nick Paton Walsh - The Guardian: VICTORY IN SIGHT FOR THE ORANGE REVOLUTION - 4 December 2004

Editorial - The Guardian: THE RIGHT VERDICT - 4 December 2004

Nicholas D. Kristof - New York Times: LET MY PEOPLE GO - December 4, 2004

Editorial - Los Angeles Times: HEROES OF UKRAINE - December 4, 2004

Patrick Cockburn - The Independent: OUTGUNNED AND TRAPPED, IRAQI POLICE ARE STORMED BY INSURGENTS - 4 December 2004

Seth Hettena, AP - Los Angeles Times: NAVY PROBES NEW IRAQ PRISONER PHOTOS - December 4, 2004

Kim Murphy - Los Angeles Times: RIVALRY BREWS IN RUSSIA'S BACKYARD - December 4, 2004

Chris Giles - Financial Times: CERTAINTY WILL FALL AGAINST THE DOLLAR - December 4, 2004

Associated Press - New York Times: UKRAINE'S COURT SAYS NEW RUNOFF SHOULD BE HELD BY DECEMBER 26 - December 3, 2004

Philip Stephens - Financial Times: BUSH HAS NO PLAN TO BACK UP MIDEAST PLEDGES - December 3, 2004

Peter W. Galbraith and Leslie H. Gelb - Los Angeles Times: WHY JANUARY 30 WON'T WORK FOR IRAQ - December 3, 2004

Rory McCarthy - The Guardian: U.N. FEARS FOR REFUGEES WHO FLED ATTACK ON FALLUJA - 3 December 2004

Associated Press - The Guardian: INSURGENTS KILL 30 IN BAGHDAD ATTACKS - 3 December 2004

Jamie Wilson - The Guardian: SALVAGING WRECKS IN THE TRIANGLE OF DEATH - 3 December 2004

James Traub - Los Angeles Times: LYNCH MOB'S REAL TARGET IS THE UNITED NATIONS, NOT ANNAN - December 3, 2004

Wynne Godley and Alex Izurieta - Financial Times: DEFICITS THAT NEED A GLOBAL ANSWER - December 3, 2004

Andrew Osborn - The Independent: DON'T WOBBLE NOW, UKRAINIAN RADICALS TELL YUSHCHENKO - 3 December 2004

Askold Krushelnycky - The Independent: PUTIN CASTS DOUBT ON RERUN OF ELECTION - 3 December 2004

Kofi A. Annan - Los Angeles Times: UNITED NATIONS BLUEPRINT FOR A MORE SECURE WORLD - December 2, 2004

James A. Baker III - New York Times: TALKING OUR WAY TO PEACE - December 2, 2004

William Beeman and Donald Weadon - Financial Times: THE U.S. MUST STOP POSTURING AND TALK TO IRAN - December 2, 2004

Andrew Osborn - The Independent: MP'S SPEAK, THE CANDIDATES AGREE AND UKRAINE HOPES FOR AN END TO THE CRISIS - 02 December 2004

Steven Lee Myers - New York Times: A NEW ELECTION FOR UKRAINIANS APPEARS LIKELY - December 2, 2004

Patrick Cockburn - The Independent: U.S. DEATH TOLL IN IRAQ AT RECORD LEVEL - 02 December 2004

Patrick J. McDonnell and John Hendren - Los Angeles Times: FALLOUJA FIGHTING AMONG DEADLIEST IN YEARS FOR U.S. - December 2, 2004

John Hendren - Los Angeles Times: U.S. TROOPS STIL DYING IN RAMADI AMID 'RELATIVE PEACE, TRANQUILITY' - December 2, 2004

Times Wire Services - Los Angeles Times: AFGHANISTAN CRASH KILLS 6 AMERICANS - December 2, 2004

Maureen Dowd - New York Times: IT'S STILL A MAN'S WORLD ON THE IDIOT BOX - December 2, 2004

Donald J. McNeil Jr. - New York Times: THE UNBELIEVABLE CRUELTY OF KOSHER SLAUGHTERHOUSES - December 1, 2004

Tony Paterson - The Independent: RUMSFELD SUED FOR WAR CRIMES OVER ABU GHRAIB - 01 December 2004

Jeffrey Fleishman - Los Angeles Times: GERMAN SUIT ACCUSES U.S. OF CONDONING IRAQ TORTURE - December 1, 2004

Andrew Buncombe - The Independent: U.S. TORTURE AT GUANTÁNAMO 'INCREASINGLY REPRESSIVE' - 01 December 2004

Aleksandar Vasovic, AP - The Independent: PARLIAMENT PASSES VOTE OF NO-CONFIDENCE AGAINST UKRAINIAN GOVERNMENT - 01 December 2004

Editorial - Los Angeles Times: UKRAINE'S WAITING MASSES - December 1, 2004

Jeffrey Fleishman - Los Angeles Times: UKRAINE PUSHING POLAND'S BUTTONS - December 1, 2004

Martin Wolf - Financial Times: AMERICA'S SWITCH TO A WEAK DOLLAR POLICY - December 1, 2004

Waren Hoge - New York Times: U.N. REPORT URGES BIG CHANGES - SECURITY COUNCIL WOULD EXPAND - December 1, 2004

Neil A. Lewis - New York Times: RED CROSS FINDS DETAINEE ABUSE IN GUANTÁNAMO - November 30, 2004

Richard Oppel and James Glanz - New York Times: U.S. OFFICIALS SAY IRAQ'S FORCES FOUNDER UNDER REBEL ASSAULTS - November 30, 2004

Staff and agencies - The Guardian: OPPOSITION PULLS OUT OF ELECTION TALKS - 30 November 2004

Editorial - New York Times: GLIMMERS OF SANITY IN UKRAINE - November 30, 2004

David Baltimore - Los Angeles Times: WHEN SCIENCE FLEES THE U.S. - November 30, 2004

Robert Scheer - Los Angeles Times: THE INVISIBLE HAND HOLDS THE REMOTE - November 30, 2004

Dirk Laabs - Los Angeles Times: A DWARF KNOWN AS AL QAEDA - November 30, 2004

David Brooks - New York Times: WHO IS JOHN STOTT? - November 30, 2004

Kevin Sites - Los Angeles Times: WAR AND DUTY: WHY I DIDN'T LOOK AWAY - Mr. Sites is the courageous war reporter who taped the killing of four wounded, disarmed Iraqi prisoners in a Fallujah mosque last week. They were part of a group of five prisoners who had surrendered the previous day, were searched for weapons and then left to die of their wounds in a blatant violation of the Geneva Conventions. The next day, four of them were murdered in cold blood by the Marines, A HORRENDOUS CRIME THAT MAKES ME AND EVERY OTHER CITIZEN OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA A LEGITIMATE TARGET FOR "TERRORISM".
It is the sacrosanct duty of any decent human being to work for bringing these beasts, these pathological killers and their criminal chain of command in the Pentagon, to justice before the International Criminal Court in The Hagues. (Comments by Michael Olteanu) - November 29, 2004

Yuliya Tymoshenko - Haaretz: THE BATTLE FOR UKRAINE - November 29, 2004

Andrew Osborn - The Independent: DIVIDED UKRAINE POISED 'ON THE BRINK OF CATASTROPHE' - 29 November 2004

Nick Paton Walsh and David Crouch - The Guardian: UKRAINE CRISIS GROWS AS MP'S VOTE TO CANCEL ELECTION RESULT - 29 November 2004

Craig R. Whitney - New York Times: THE NEW EAST-WEST DIVIDE - November 29, 2004

Thomas L. Friedman - New York Times: THE LAST MILE - November 29, 2004

Maureen Dowd - New York Times: BLOOD IS THICKER THAN GRAVY - November 29, 2004

Henry R. Nau - Los Angeles Times: TRIBAL WARFARE ON THE RIGHT - November 29, 2004

Reuters - Los Angeles Times: THE HEAD OF TURKEY'S PARLIAMENTARY HUMAN RIGHTS GROUP COMPARES U.S. TO HITLER - "THE OCCUPATION HAS TURNED INTO BARBARISM," the Friday edition of newspaper Yeni Safak quoted Mehmet Elkatmis, head of parliament's human rights commission, as saying. "THE U.S. ADMINISTRATION IS COMMITING GENOCIDE IN IRAQ."
"NEVER IN HUMAN HISTORY HAVE SUCH GENOCIDE AND CRUELTY BEEN WITNESSED. SUCH A GENOCIDE WAS NEVER SEEN IN THE TIME OF THE PHARAOHS NOR OF HITLER OR BENITO MUSSOLINI". "THIS OCCUPATION HAS ENTIRELY IMPERIALIST AIMS." - This is the absolute truth and it will be recorded by History as such! (M. Olteanu) - November 28, 2004

Lily Galili - Haaretz: US AGAINST THE WORLD - The Israeli government is the only government besides Putin's to recognize the "validity" of the Ukraine vote contested by everybody else. Surprised?
You should not be, since Israel has the largest concentration of KGB, NKVD, Securitate criminals on the planet. The secret police in all European communist countries had a significant Jewish majority staffing and they were responsible for torturing and murdering most of the 70 million victims slaughtered between 1917 and 1989. As the KGB criminals were reaching retirement age before 1989, they were ALL allowed to emigrate with their families to Israel. After 1989, there was flood of "gaybeshniks" to the promised land of endless torture, robbery and murder of the Palestinians! (Comments by Michael Olteanu) - Kislev 15, 5765

Andrew Osborn - The Independent: UKRAINE HEADS FOR BALLOT RERUN - 28 November 2004

Melanie Cheary - THE EUROPEAN UNION SEES NEW ELECTIONS AS BEST FOR UKRAINE - November 28, 2004

Stefan Wagstyl - Financial Times: MAN IN THE NEWS: VICTOR YUSHCHENKO - November 28, 2004

Associated Press - The Guardian: UKRAINE CRISES SIMMERS - 28 November 2004

Andrew Osborn and Ivan Lozowi - The Independent: COULD THE ORANGE REVOLUTION BE JUST A MIRAGE IN THE SNOW? - 28 November 2004

Reuters - Los Angeles Times: U.S. LACKS RELIABLE DATA ON IRAN ARMS - November 27, 2004

Katherine Pfleger Shrader - Los Angeles Times: TURMOIL AT C.I.A. AS GOSS LAYS DOWN THE LAW - November 27, 2004

John Laughland - The Guardian: THE REVOLUTION TELEVISED - 27 November 2004

Steven Lee Myers - New York Times: PARLIAMENT SAYS VOTES IN UKRAINE WERE NOT VALID - November 27, 2004

Nick Paton Walsh - The Guardian: JUDGES FACE FRESH TEST OF COURAGE - 27 November 2004

Nicholas D. Kristof - New York Times: SAVING THE IRAQI CHILDREN - November 27, 2004

David Brooks - New York Times: GOOD NEWS ABOUT POVERTY - November 27, 2004

Reuters - New York Times: LEADING IRAQI PARTIES CALL FOR ELECTION DELAY - November 26, 2004

Staff and agencies - The Guardian: PROTESTERS BLOCKADE GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS - 26 November 2004

Philip Stephens - Financial Times: THE RUSSIAN MEPHISTOPHELES - November 26, 2004

Ian Traynor - The Guardian: U.S. CAMPAIGN BEHIND THE TURMOIL IN KIEV - 26 November 2004

Jonathan Steele - The Guardian: UKRAINE'S POSTMODERN COUP D'ETAT - 26 November 2004

Veronica Khokhlova - New York Times: NEW KIDS ON THE BLOCK - November 26, 2004

Donald Macintyre - The Independent: ABBAS: I CAN STOP ATTACKS ON ISRAEL - 26 November 2004

Editorial - Haaretz: CIVILIANIZE THE INVESTIGATIONS - Kislev 13, 5765

Editorial - New York Times: STILL WORLDS APART ON IRAQ - November 26, 2004

Edward Wong - New York Times: IRAQI "LEADERS" PLAN TO MEET INSURGENTS IN JORDAN - November 26, 2004

Naomi Klein - The Guardian: SMOKING WHILE IRAQ BURNS - 26 November 2004

Tony Paterson - The Independent: ABU GHRAIB-STYLE TORTURE WAS USED ON US, SAY GERMAN ARMY CONSCRIPTS - 26 November 2004

Associated Press - New York Times: CORPORATE PAC'S BACKED REPUBLICANS 10 TO 1 - November 26, 2004

Jonathan Chait - Los Angeles Times: DEAN, CLINTON AND KERRY: NO, NO, NO FOR 2008 - November 26, 2004

Staff and agencies - The Guardian: COURT RULING BOOSTS OPPOSITION HOPES - 25 November 2004

Simon Tisdall - The Guardian: IN A JOINED-UP WORLD, UPHEAVAL IS EVERYBODY'S PROBLEM - 25 November 2004

Editorial - Los Angeles Times: A BAD PATH FOR UKRAINE - November 25, 2004

Douglas Jehl - New York Times: TWO TOP OFFICIALS ARE REPORTED TO QUIT C.I.A. - November 25, 2004

Associated Press - Los Angeles Times: CHIEF OF U.S. PRISONS IN IRAQ IS REASSIGNED - November 25, 2004

Maureen Dowd - New York Times: HIDING BREAST BOMBS - November 25, 2004

Thomas L. Friedman - New York Times: IN MY NEXT LIFE - November 25, 2004

Kim Sengupta - The Independent: WITNESSES SAY U.S. FORCES KILLED UNARMED CIVILIANS - 24 November 2004

Donald Macintyre - The Independent: ISRAELIS FIRED ON GIRL 'HAVING IDENTIFIED HER AS A 10-YEAR-OLD', MILITARY TAPE SHOWS - 24 November 2004

Askold Krushelnicky - The Independent: PRESIDENT FORCED TO HOLD TALKS AS PEOPLE MARCH FOR NEW GOVERNMENT - 24 November 2004

Anne Penketh - The Independent: VACLAV HAVEL BACKS OPPOSITION LEADER'S STANCE - 24 November 2004

Editorial - The Guardian: IT'S OUR CAUSE TOO - 24 November 2004

Owen Gibson - The Guardian: UKRAINIAN NEWSREADERS WALK OUT OVER 'CENSORSHIP' - 24 November 2004

Neil MacFarquhar and Steven R. Weisman - New York Times: LEADERS AT TALKS IN EGYPT URGE SUPPORT FOR POLITICAL RESOLUTION TO THE TURMOIL IN IRAQ - November 24, 2004

Nicholas D. Kristof - New York Times: APOCALYPSE (ALMOST) NOW - November 24, 2004

Associated Press - Haaretz: ABBAS: I WON'T GIVE UP DEMAND FOR RIGHT OF RETURN OF REFUGEES - Kislev 10, 5765

Amos Harel - Haaretz: ANALYSIS: ABSOLUTELY ILLEGAL - Kislev 10, 5765

Aleksandar Vasovic, AP - The Independent: UKRAINE OPPOSITION LEADER CLAIMS ELECTION VICTORY AMID HUGE DEMONSTRATIONS - 23 November 2004

Staff and agencies - The Guardian: PICTURE GALLERY: PROTESTS IN UKRAINE - 23 November 2004

C.J. Chivers - New York Times: THOUSANDS OF UKRAINIANS REFUSE TO ACCEPT ELECTION RESULTS - November 23, 2004

David Wise - Los Angeles Times: SYCOFANT SPIES - November 23, 2004

David Brooks - New York Times: STRENGTH IN DISUNITY - November 23, 2004

Editorial - New York Times: A TRULY LAME DUCK - November 23, 2004

Ariel Dorfman - Los Angeles Times: WHAT BUSH MISSED IN CHILE - November 23, 2004

Frank Pierson - Los Angeles Times: WITH BLOOD ON OUR HANDS - November 22, 2004

Staff and agencies - The Guardian: WATCHDOG WELCOMES IRAN NUCLEAR MOVE - 22 November 2004

Yezid Sayigh - Financial Times: PALESTINIANS MUST GO TO THE POLLS - November 22, 2004

Arnon Regular and Roni Singer - Haaretz: YASSER ARAFAT'S NEPHEW REFUSES TO RULE OUT POISONING - Kislev 9, 5765

David Usborne - The Independent: CONGRESS REVOLTS ON U.S. INTELLIGENCE BILL - 22 November 2004

Brian Knowlton - New York Times: PENTAGON CALLED MAJOR FACTOR IN DEFEAT OF INTELLIGENCE BILL - November 22, 2004

Bob Herbert - New York Times: SHHH, DON'T SAY 'POVERTY' - November 22, 2004

Staff and agencies - The Guardian: OBSERVERS DENOUNCE UKRAINE ELECTION - 22 November 2004

Peter Beaumont and Gaby Hinsliff - The Guardian: PENTAGON TURNS HEAT UP ON IRAN - 21 November 2004

Peter Beaumont - The Guardian: WHY AMERICA HAS GOT IT SO WRONG ON IRAN - 21 November 2004

David E. Sanger - New York Times: BUSH SAYS IRAN SPEEDS OUTPUT OF A-BOMB FUEL - The preliminary salvos of the neo-imperialist war of aggression against Iran have been fired this week, first by 'good old liar' Powell and yesterday by the "born again" charlatan himself. Next you will hear the background chorus from the Tel Aviv mass murderers and the Pentagon mass murderers led by Wolfowitz, with strong support from Condoleezza(???) Rice, the catastrophically incompetent National Security Adviser, recently promoted to be the new Secretary of the Empire ("L'etat c'est moi, Georges W. de Texas!")...Truth does not play any role in the demented world of the American Taliban, but for the record, let it be known that the information used by both pathetic liars was provided by a "single unverified walkin source", according to the State Department officials who handled the "source". - November 21, 2004

Editorial - Los Angeles Times: POWELL'S UNFORTUNATE OUTBURST - November 21, 2004

John Burke - The Guardian: RED CROSS CONDEMNS IRAQ ABUSES - 21 November 2004

Josh Meyer - Los Angeles Times: DOUBTS FLY ON TERROR REPORT'S RELIABILITY - November 21, 2004

Donald Macintyre - The Independent: POWELL PUSH TO REVIVE MIDDLE EAST ROADMAP - "Though Mr. Powell will be warmly received, Israeli officials have made no secret of their delight at his replacement by Condoleezza Rice, on whom they have lavished praise as a true 'friend of Israel'." - 21 November 2004

Aluf Benn, Nathan Guttman and Arnon Regular - Haaretz: POWELL LIKELY TO ASK ISRAEL TO LEAVE PALESTINIAN CITIES PRIOR TO VOTE - Kislev 8, 5765

Maureen Dowd - New York Times: ABSOLUTE POWER ERUPTS - November 21, 2004

Associated Press - The Guardian: VIOLENCE SPREADS ACROSS IRAQ - 20 November 2004

Frances Williams - Financial Times: INTERNATIONAL RED CROSS LAMENTS FALLUJA ABUSES - November 20, 2004

Abbas Ahmed Ibrahim - The Independent: 'THE WAR IS OVER, BUT THERE IS NO PEACE...AND THE KILLINGS GO ON' - 20 November 2004

Donald Macintyre - The Independent: ISRAELI SOLDIERS ACCUSED OF TAMPERING WITH CORPSES - 20 November 2004

Nicholas D. Kristof - New York Times: NO MORE SHAM ELECTIONS - November 20, 2004

Editorial - Los Angeles Times: FAILING IN LEADERSHIP - November 20, 2004

Michael Flood - Los Angeles Times: ENDING HUNGER TODAY AND INTO THE FUTURE - November 20, 2004

David Brooks - New York Times: A SCANDAL WAITING TO HAPPEN - November 20, 2004

Jonathan Sachs - Los Angeles Times: RELIGION'S ETERNAL LIFE - November 19, 2004

Andrew Grice - The Independent:CHIRAC USES STATE VISIT TO WARN AMERICA AND BRITAIN OF MODERN IMPERIALISM - 19 November 2004

Philip Stephens - Financial Times: AT WAR WITH LIBERAL INTERVENTIONISM - November 19, 2004

Charles Glass - The Independent: AMERICA DECLARES THE BATTLE OF FALLUJAH IS WON. BUT IN MOSUL, MORTAR ATTACKS CONTINUE - 19 November 2004

Sonni Efron, Tyler Marshall and Bob Drogin - Los Angeles Times: POWELL'S TALK OF ARMS HAS FALLOUT - November 19, 2004

Steven R. Weisman - New York Times: BUSH CONFRONTS 'NEW CHALLENGE' ON ISSUE OF IRAN - November 19, 2004

David Gergen - New York Times: THE POWER OF ONE - November 19, 2004

Bob Herbert - New York Times: BUSH'S ECHO CHAMBER - November 19, 2004

Shmuel Rosner - Haaretz: WHAT KIND OF A RICE? - Kislev 6, 5765

Editorial - Los Angeles Times: REVOLUTION IN REVERSE - November 19, 2004

Jonathan Chait - Los Angeles Times: ARE DEMOCRATS PAINTED INTO A CORNER? NOT YET - November 19, 2004

Nick Meo and Leonard Doyle - The Independent: AFGHANISTAN: A NATION ABANDONED TO DRUGS - 19 November 2004

Maureen Dowd - New York Times: A PLAGUE OF TOADIES - "Now, in the 21st-century reign of King George II, flattery is mandatory, dissent is forbidden, and erring without admitting error is the best way to get ahead...Mr. Bush prefers more panting enablers, like Alberto Gonzales. You wanna fry criminals or torture prisoners? Sure thing, boss." - November 18, 2004

Editorial - Los Angeles Times: PARTISAN SPOOKS - November 18, 2004

Kim Sengupta - The Independent: ESCAPE FROM FALLUJAH: REFUGEES FLOOD NEARBY TOWNS - 18 November 2004

Eric Schmitt and Robert F. Worth - New York Times: MARINE OFFICERS SEE RISKS IN REDUCING U.S. TROOPS IN FALLUJA - November 18, 2004

Bruce Wallace - Los Angeles Times: UNLIKELY CHALLENGE IN SHIITE PROVINCE - November 18, 2004

Ewen MacAskill - The Guardian: WORLD MORE DANGEROUS, WARNS CHIRAC - 18 November 2004

John Henley - The Guardian: INSIDE THE ELYSÉE PALACE - 18 November 2004

Quentin Peel - Financial Times: EUROPE'S PRIORITIES AFTER POWELL - November 18, 2004

Paul Richter - Los Angeles Times: U.S. ASSERTS IRAN SEEKS NUCLEAR MISSILES - The 'good old soldier', the old liar who gave us the preposterous "U.N. presentation of the Iraqi weapons of mass destruction", just could not leave without telling anothern ridiculous lie in order to set the stage for the planned bombing and invasion of Iran in the spring of 2005... - November 18, 2004

Max Boot - Financial Times: THE LEGACY OF A FAILED AMERICAN SALESMAN - November 18, 2004

Avi Beker - Haaretz: THE CHANGING FACE OF AMERICAN JEWRY - "The Orthodox Jews overwhelmingly voted for Bush and the Republicans...Increasingly, more Jews feel a commonality of interests with evangelical Christians. Organized Orthodox Judaism is now closer than ever to the power centers of American politics." - Kislev 5, 5765

Nicholas D. Kristof - New York Times: THE BUSH REVOLUTION - November 17, 2004

Mary Dejevski - The Independent: NOW POWELL HAS GONE, THERE CAN BE NO ILLUSIONS ABOUT THE BUSH WORLD VIEW - November 17, 2004

Madeline Chambers - Reuters: CHIRAC BLASTS IRAQ WAR BEFORE MEETING BLAIR - November 17, 2004

Staff and agencies - The Guardian: FALLUJA FIGHTING CONTINUES - 17 November 2004

John Hendren and Elizabeth Shogren - Los Angeles Times: SHOOTING SPURS IRAQI UPROAR, U.S. INQUIRY - November 17, 2004

Staff - Los Angeles Times: TOP INSURGENT SAYS FIGHT HAS JUST BEGUN - November 17, 2004

Andrew Buncombe - The Independent: FEARS MOUNT FOR FAMILIES INSIDE FALLUJAH - 17 November 2004

Chris Bellamy - The Independent: THE AMERICANS ARE SOWING DRAGONS' TEETH IN IRAQ - 17 November 2004

Robert Fisk - The Independent: WHAT PRICE INNOCENCE IN THE ANARCHY OF IRAQ? - November 17, 2004

Justin Huggler - The Independent: UNASSUMING YET DETERMINED, SHE HATED WAR AND DEDICATED HER LIFE TO IRAQIS - 17 November 2004

Monica Davey - New York Times: FORMER G.I.'S, ORDERED TO WAR, FIGHT NOT TO GO - November 17, 2004

Staff - Reuters: RUSSIA WORKING ON NEW NUCLEAR SYSTEMS - November 17, 2004

Staff and agencies - The Guardian: U.S. LAUNCHES MOSUL OFFENSIVE - 17 November 2004

Editorial - New York Times: 'GOOD SOLDIER' POWELL - November 17, 2004

Rupert Cornwell - The Independent: BUSH'S FAITHFUL 'WARRIOR PRINCESS' WINS CHANCE TO DRAG DISSENTING DEPARTMENT BACK INTO LINE - 17 November 2004

Frances Stead Sellers - Financial Times: STATES AND CITIZENS ARE SLOWLY DRIFTING APART - November 17, 2004

Askold Krushelnycky - The Independent: WE WERE TOLD TO FIX UKRAINE ELECTION, SAY POLICE CHIEFS - 17 November 2004

Amira Hass - Haaretz: DOWN IN THE DUMPS - Kislev 4, 5765

Duncan Campbell - The Guardian: MORDECHAI VANUNU'S LONG WALK TO FREEDOM - 16 November 2004

Jeet Heer and Laura Rozen - Los Angeles Times: OVERTHROW TEHRAN? HEY, NOT SO FAST - November 16, 2004

Andrew Buncombe - The Independent: 'THIS ONE'S FAKING HE'S DEAD' 'HE'S DEAD NOW' - 16 November 2004

Staff - Reuters: RULES OF WAR BROKEN IN FALLUJA - November 16, 2004

Michael Georgy and Omar Anwar - Reuters: FALLUJA INSURGENTS FIGHTING TO THE END - November 16, 2004

Rory McCarthy - The Guardian: FIGHTING SPREADS TO MORE TOWNS AS FALLUJA OPERATION CONTINUES - 16 November 2004

Edward Wong and James Glanz - New York Times: REBELS ATTACK IN CENTRAL IRAQ AND THE NORTH - November 16, 2004

John Hendren - Los Angeles Times: U.S. NOW FINDS THAT INSURGENTS ARE MOSTLY IRAQIS - November 16, 2004

Staff and agencies - The Guardian: U.S. BOMBS FALLUJA AGAIN... - 16 November 2004

Haaretz Service - Haaretz: B'TSELEM: HIGH COURT 'RUBBER STAMP' FOR IDF HOUSE DEMOLITIONS - Kislev 3, 5765

Andrew Grice - The Independent: BLAIR CALLS ON U.N. TO EASE INVASION OF 'BAD' COUNTRIES - 16 November 2004

Staff and agencies - The Guardian: COLIN POWELL RESIGNS - 16 November 2004

Douglas Jehl - New York Times: C.I.A. CHURNING CONTINUES AS 2 TOP OFFICIALS RESIGN - November 16, 2004

Robin Toner - New York Times: SOUTHERN DEMOCRATS' DECLINE IS ERODING THE POLITICAL CENTER - November 16, 2004

Richard A. Viguerie and David Franke - Los Angeles Times: THE 'GODLESS' CANNOT WIN - November 16, 2004

Geoffrey R. Stone - Los Angeles Times: JUSTICES WHO WON'T 'RUN WITH THE WOLVES' - November 16, 2004

Bob Herbert - New York Times: FEED THE BILLIONAIRE, STARVE THE STUDENTS - November 16, 2004

Kim Sengupta - The Independent: A HOLLOW VICTORY - 15 November 2004

Michael Georgy and Kim Sengupta - The Independent: A CITY LIES IN RUINS, ALONG WITH THE LIVES OF THE WRETCHED SURVIVORS - 15 November 2004

Charles Glass - The Independent: U.S. HAS LOST CONTROL OF MUCH OF MOSUL, SAY OFFICIALS - 15 November 2004

Daniel Dombey and Guy Dinmore - New York Times: CAN THE U.S. AND EUROPE OVERCOME THEIR DIFFERENCES? - No, they can not and they should not! The European democracy and the ridiculous "theocracy" of the American Taliban are INCOMPATIBLE! - November 15, 2004

Andrea Elliot - New York Times: THE POLITICAL CONVERSION OF NEW YORK'S EVANGELICALS - The American Taliban is on the march in New York and all other urban areas. In 2008 it will cease to be a rural phenomenon only, assuming, of course, that there will still be "elections" allowed in 2008...The new political paradigm is very similar to that of Turkmenia, where comrade (ex-KGB general)Sapurmurat Nyazov, another radical visionary who talks to "Allah" every day and has published his own addendum to the Quran, was proclaimed "President for Life" in 1999 by the Republican Congress of Turkmenia...A good example for our own Republican Congress, who may decide to save a lot of money by abolishing the utterly meaningless "elections"...The money saved could be used to build a life-size gold statue of "born again" King George W., just like Sapurmurat's, for the enjoyment of his Zionist "Evangelical" worshippers...(comments by Michael Olteanu) - November 15, 2004

Maureen Dowd - New York Times: SLAPPING THE OTHER CHEEK - November 15, 2004

Associated Press - New York Times: IRAN AGREES TO SUSPEND URANIUM ENRICHMENT - November 15, 2004

Staff - Al Jazeera: FALLUJA RELIEF CONVOY APPEALS TO U.N. - November 15, 2004

Omar Anwar - Reuters: FALLUJA RESIDENTS DESPERATE FOR AID - November 15, 2004

Staff - Al Jazeera: IRAQIS DISPUTE U.S. PROGRESS IN FALLUJA - November 15, 2004

Rory McCarthy and Peter Beaumont - The Guardian: CIVILIAN COST OF BATTLE FOR FALLUJA EMERGES - 15 November 2004

Arnon Regular and Roni Singer - Haaretz: HAMAS: ISRAEL POISONED ARAFAT - Kislev 2, 5765

Staff - Al Jazeera: VOTING RIGHT FOR EAST JERUSALEM URGED - November 15, 2004

Aluf Benn and Nathan Guttman - Haaretz: U.S.: ISRAEL SHOULD LET EAST JERUSALEM RESIDENTS VOTE IN PALESTINIAN ELECTIONS - Kislev 2, 5765

Patrick Jarreau - Le Monde: GEORGE BUSH REFUSE TOUTE ÉCHÉANCE POUR UN ETAT PALESTINIEN - 15 Novembre, 2004

Associated Press - Los Angeles Times: A DEADLY YEAR FOR JOURNALISTS: 101 KILLED SO FAR - November 15, 2004

Brian Knowlton - New York Times: LAWMAKERS DIVIDED ON C.I.A. CHIEF'S LEADERSHIP - November 15, 2004

Simon London - Financial Times: NIAGARA TO BURST BARRIERS OF PERFORMANCE - November 15, 2004

Kim Sengupta - The Independent: VIOLENCE ERUPTS ACROSS IRAQ AND AID AGENCIES WARN OF DISASTER AS U.S. DECLARES BATTLE OF FALLUJAH OVER - 14 November 2004

Kim Sengupta and Raymond Whitaker - The Independent: WHEN THE SMOKE HAS CLEARED AROUND FALLUJAH, WHAT HORRORS WILL BE REVEALED? - 14 November 2004

Associated Press - The Guardian: FRESH FALLUJA ASSAULT LANCHED - 14 November 2004

Dexter Filkins - New York Times: DISGUISED IN IRAQI UNIFORMS, REBELS KILL A MARINE - November 14, 2004

Warren Hoge - New York Times: U.S. AND U.N. RENEW QUARREL OVER IRAQ - November 14, 2004

Douglas Jehl - New York Times: NEW CHIEF SETS OFF TURMOIL WITHIN THE C.I.A. - November 14, 2004

David Brooks - New York Times: THE C.I.A. VERSUS BUSH - November 14, 2004

Tim Weiner - New York Times: PENTAGON ENVISIONING A COSTLY INTERNET FOR WAR - November 14, 2004

Nicholas D. Kristof - New York Times: LOCK AND LOAD - November 14, 2004

Editorial - Los Angeles Times: MORE OF THIS = LESS OF THAT - November 14, 2004

Jacob Schneider - Los Angeles Times: DON'T BLAME US -- YOUNG PEOPLE ROCKED THE VOTE - November 14, 2004

Daniel Ben Simon - Haaretz: NEARLY A ROMANCE - Kislev 1, 5765

Robert Fisk - The Independent: IN EGYPT, IT WAS AS IF ARAFAT WAS AS DANGEROUS IN DEATH AS IN LIFE - November 13, 2004

Rory McCarthy - The Guardian: AMERICAN INJURY TOLL GROWS AMID FIERCE RESISTANCE - 13 November 2004

Naomi Klein - The Guardian: DIE, THEN VOTE. THIS IS FALLUJAH - 13 November 2004

Kim Sengupta - The Independent: FALLUJAH SITUATION 'DISASTROUS', CHARITY SAYS - 13 November 2004

Anthony Sampson - The Independent: AFTER THE BRUTALITY OF FALLUJAH, THE AMERICANS NEED TO CHANGE THEIR IMAGE - November 13, 2004

George Wright and agencies - The Guardian: ARAFAT LAID TO REST IN RAMALLAH - 13 November 2004

Mariam Shahin - The Guardian: IN THEIR WORDS - 13 November 2004

President Jimmy Carter - New York Times: CASTING A VOTE FOR PEACE - November 13, 2004

King Abdullah II - New York Times: THE ROAD FROM HERE - November 13, 2004

Brian Whitaker and John Aglionby - The Guardian: BLAIR'S TRIBUTE TO ARAFAT BREAKS RANKS WITH BUSH - 13 November 2004

Peter Wallsten - Los Angeles Times: EVANGELICALS WANT FAITH REWARDED - November 13, 2004

Elisabeth Bumiller and Neil A. Lewis - New York Times: CHOICE OF GONZALES MAY BLAZE A TRAIL FOR THE HIGH COURT - November 13, 2004

Frank Rich - New York Times: ON 'MORAL VALUES', IT'S BLUE LANDSLIDE - November 13, 2004

Jonathan Chait - New York Times: PARANOID PAST THE FRINGE - November 13, 2004

John Schwartz - New York Times: MOSTLY GOOD REVIEWS FOR ELECTRONIC VOTING - November 13, 2004

Bob Herbert - New York Times: DEATH COMES KNOCKING - November 13, 2004

Maureen Dowd - New York Times: A MOVEABLE FEAST OF TERRORISM - November 12, 2004

Kim Sengupta and Charles Glass - The Independent: VIOLENCE GRIPS IRAQ AS FALLUJAH BATTLE RAGES - 12 November 2004

Thomas L. Friedman - New York Times: 'GROUNDHOG DAY' IN IRAQ - November 12, 2004

Agencies - Haaretz: MANDELA: ARAFAT WAS AN 'OUTSTANDING FREEDOM FIGHTER' - Cheshvan 28, 5765

Robert Fisk - The Independent: THE DREAMER WHO RELIED ON EMOTION AND FAILED TO PROTECT HIS OWN PEOPLE - November 12, 2004

Philip Stephens - Financial Times: A PRECARIOUS PATH TO PEACE - November 12, 2004

Miguel Angel Moratinos - The Independent: ARAFAT, FATHER OF THE PALESTINIAN CAUSE - 12 November 2004

Stephen Castle - The Independent: FRENCH ADIEU TO BEFIT HEAD OF STATE - 12 November 2004

Lara Sukhtian, AP - The Independent: YASSER ARAFAT, ICON OF PALESTINIAN CAUSE, IS DEAD - 12 November 2004

Caroline Gammell and Neville Dean, PA News - The Independent: ARAFAT OBITUARY: REBEL WITH A LIFELONG CAUSE - 12 November 2004

Associated Press - The Independent: ARAFAT SUCCESSOR: PLO GIVES UNANIMOUS BACKING TO ABBAS - 12 November 2004

Peter Enav, AP - The Independent: ISRAEL RE-ARRESTS WHISTLEBLOWER VANUNU - 12 November 2004

Jonathan Lis - Haaretz: POLICE DETAIN WHISTLEBLOWER VANUNU - Cheshvan 28, 5765

Editorial - Los Angeles Times: GONZALES IS A DISASTROUS CHOICE - November 12, 2004

Maureen Dowd - New York Times: NOMINEE FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL RIDES AN IDEOLOGICAL DIVIDE - November 12, 2004

Alberto Gonzales - New York Times: EXCERPTS FROM GONZALES'S LEGAL WRITINGS - November 12, 2004

Staff - New York Times: THE THINGS THEY WROTE - November 12, 2004

Margaret Carlson - Los Angeles Times: RELAX, DEMOCRATS - IT WON'T BE THAT HORRIBLE - November 12, 2004

Arianna Huffington - Los Angeles Times: THE ARCHITECTS OF DEFEAT - November 12, 2004

Steve Negus - Financial Times: U.S. ADVANCE IN FALLUJA AS REBELS MELT AWAY - November 11, 2004

Edward Wong and Eric Schmitt - New York Times: REBEL FIGHTERS WHO FLED ATTACK MAY NOW BE ACTIVE ELSEWHERE - November 11, 2004

Agencies - The Guardian: ALLAWI'S RELATIVES KIDNAPPED - 11 November 2004

Peter Spiegel - Financial Times: LEGAL EAGLE IS AT ONE WITH AMERICA'S HAWKS - November 11, 2004

Nicholas D. Kristof - New York Times: OUR NOT-SO-FREE PRESS - November 11, 2004

Pat Morrison - Los Angeles Times: IF AT FIRST YOU DON'T SECEDE... - November 11, 2004

Editorial - Los Angeles Times: SERVING THE POLITICIANS, NOT THE PEOPLE - November 11, 2004

Editorial - Los Angeles Times: STEP NO. 1 IN REACHING OUT - November 11, 2004

Bruce Feirstein - Los Angeles Times: SIX DEGREES OF RECRIMINATION - November 11, 2004

Martin Wolf - Financial Times: EUROPE MUST GROW UP - November 10, 2004

Sami Ramadani - The Guardian: FALLUJA'S DEFIANCE OF A NEW EMPIRE - 10 November 2004

Rory McCarthy - The Guardian: HOUSE BY HOUSE, FALLUJA FALLS - 10 November 2004

Fadel al-Badrani - The Guardian: HIDDEN TRAGEDIES IN HELPLESS CITY - 10 November 2004

Agencies - The Guardian: U.S. TROOPS MOVE TOWARDS CENTRAL FALLUJA - " The Americans launch about 500 rounds to the insurgents' on, pelleting the insurgent area." A typical American massacre... - 10 November 2004

Ghaith Abdul-Ahad - The Guardian: IN PICTURES: INSIDE FALLUJA - 10 November 2004

Edward Wong - New York Times: FALLUJA ASSAULT ROILS IRAQI POLITICS - November 10, 2004

Patrick Cockburn - The Independent: THE CRUSHING OF FALLUJAH WILL NOT END THE WAR IN IRAQ - November 10, 2004

John Plunkett - The Guardian: WESTERN JOURNALISTS QUIT FALLUJA - 10 November 2004

Justin Huggler - The Independent: INSURGENTS WILL RUN WILD, DESPITE THE FALLUJAH ONSLAUGHT - 10 November 2004

Charles Glass - The Independent: AMERICA FAILING TEST OF HISTORY, AS OFFENSIVE COMPARED TO TERROR TACTICS OF PARIAH STATES - 10 November 2004

Stephen Wall - The Independent: THE U.S. CAN ONLY BE CONSTRAINED BY INTERNATIONAL LAW - 10 November 2004

Andrew Buncombe - The Independent: MILITARY TRIBUNALS AT GUANTÁNAMO RULED ILLEGAL BY U.S. JUDGE - 10 November 2004

Kenneth M. Pollack - New York Times: WHAT THE MULLAH LEARNED FROM THE NEIGHBORS - November 10, 2004

Robert Scheer - Los Angeles Times: HE WON. LIVE WITH IT, FOR NOW. - November 10, 2004

David Brooks - New York Times: TAKE A RIDE TO EXURBIA - November 10, 2004

Timothy Garton Ash - Los Angeles Times: BRING DOWN THE MIND-WALLS - November 10, 2004

Rory McCarthy - The Guardian: U.S. TROOPS ENTER FALLUJA AS JETS POUND CITY - 9 November 2004

Gaith Abdul-Ahad - The Guardian: 'WE ARE HERE TO FIGHT THE INFIDELS' - 9 November 2004

Editorial - The Guardian: FEARFUL IN FALLUJA - 9 November 2004

David Stout - New York Times: U.S. JUDGE HALTS MILITARY TRIAL OF QAEDA SUSPECT AT GUANTÁNAMO - November 9, 2004

Bob Herbert - New York Times: VOTING WITHOUT THE FACTS - November 9, 2004

Guy Dinmore - Financial Times: BUSH 'WILL STILL PURSUE AGGRESSIVE' FOREIGN POLICY - November 9, 2004

Adam Posen - Financial Times: THE ECONOMICS OF A SECOND TERM - November 9, 2004

Tom Hamburger - Los Angeles Times: BUSINESS GROUPS INVESTED IN RACES, NOW WAIT FOR RETURNS - November 9, 2004

Andrew J. Bacevich - Los Angeles Times: UNSAFE FOR DEMOCRACY - November 9, 2004

Michael Skube - Los Angeles Times: WE'RE SAVED. YOU LOST. NOW WHAT? - November 9, 2004

Gary Hart - New York Times: WHEN THE PERSONAL SHOULDN'T BE POLITICAL - November 9, 2004

Gideon Levy - Haaretz: THE RE-ELECTION OF ISRAEL'S ENEMY - Cheshvan 24, 5765

Wolfgang Munchau - Financial Times: BUSH II COULD BE GOOD FOR EUROPE - November 8, 2004

Eric Le Boucher - Le Monde: LA RÉÉLECTION DE BUSH DEVRAIT CONDUIRE L'EUROPE AU SURSAUT, MAIS ELLE PRÉFÈRE LA PALABRE... - 8 Novembre 2004

Maureen Dowd - New York Times: ROVE'S REVENGE - November 8, 2004

Richard Oppel and Robert Worth - New York Times: U.S. FORCES BEGIN MOVING INTO FALLUJA - November 8, 2004

Associated Press - New York Times: IRAQ DECLARES STATE OF EMERGENCY AS BIG ATTACK ON FALLUJA LOOMS - November 8, 2004

Richard A. Serrano - Los Angeles Times: GUANTÁNAMO BAY JUSTICE: 3 HOURS BEHIND CLOSE DOORS - November 8, 2004

Editorial - The Observer: NOW BUSH WILL BE PAYING THE BILL - 8 November 2004

David Aaronovitch - The Observer: NO, IT WASN'T GOD - 8 November 2004

Dan Balz and Mike Allen - NBC News: ROVE'S STRATEGY PAYS OFF WITH FOUR MORE YEARS - November 8, 2004

Paul Harris - The Observer: HOW BUSH TAPPED INTO A WELL OF FAITH - 8 November 2004

Editorial - Los Angeles Times: DEMOCRATS AND THE GOD GAP - November 8, 2004

Judy Dempsey - New York Times: DIPLOMAT LOOKS TO RELIGION TO BRIDGE U.S.-GERMAN RIFT - November 8, 2004

Editorial - Los Angeles Times: THE COMMIES ARE COMING - November 8, 2004

Michael O'Hanlon - New York Times: WHY AMERICANS FEEL SAFE WITH BUSH - November 8, 2004

Fadel al-Badrani - Reuters: FALLUJA FINDS DEVASTATION AFTER U.S. RAIDS - November 7, 2004

Lindsey Hilsum - The Guardian: FALLUJA CAN ONLY BE WON WHEN PEOPLE HAVE WATER - Mandatory reading for the U.S. officers at Falluja is "Chechnya Wars, 1994-2000". They are preparing to destroy Falluja the way the Russians destroyed Grozni. - 7 November 2004

Associated Press - Los Angeles Times: VOTING SYSTEM ERROR GIVES BUSH EXTRA VOTES IN OHIO - November 7, 2004

Ivo Daalder and James Lindsay - Financial Times: OUR WAY OR THE HIGHWAY - November 7, 2004

Philip Coggan - Financial Times: THE LONG VIEW: 'AN ACCIDENT WAITING TO HAPPEN'? - November 7, 2004

Editorial - The Independent: ARAFAT IS NO MANDELA, BUT HIS LEGACY COULD BE ONE OF PEACE - November 7, 2004

Sam Kiley - The Observer: BITTER LEGACY OF A FLAWED LEADER - 7 November 2004

Steve Erlanger - Los Angeles Times: ARAFAT'S NO. 2 IS SET TO ASSUME PALESTINIAN LEADERSHIP - November 7, 2004

Amnon Barzilai - Haaretz: A BLAST FROM THE PAST - Cheshvan 23, 5765

Richard Marosi - Los Angeles Times: ARIZONA STIRS UP IMMIGRATION STEW - The American Taliban jingoists are on the march... - November 7, 2004

Staff - Reuters: KOFI ANNAN WARNS OVER FALLUJA ATTACK - November 6, 2004

Dexter Filkins and James Glanz - New York Times: ALL SIDES PREPARE FOR AMERICAN ATTACK ON FALLUJA - November 6, 2004

Stephanie Nebehay - Reuters: U.N. PRESSES WASHINGTON ON PRISONERS - November 6, 2004

Stephen Castle and Andrew Buncombe - The Independent: BUSH'S RE-ELECTION GETS FROSTY RECEPTION FROM 'OLD EUROPE' - November 6, 2004

Patrick E. Tyler - New York Times: EUROPE SEEKS UNITY ON NEW BUSH TERM - November 6, 2004

David Brooks - New York Times: THE VALUES-VOTE MYTH - November 6, 2004

Suzanne Goldenberg - The Guardian: A NEW MINORITY: LIBERALS ALL AT SEA IN A DIVIDED AMERICA - 6 November 2004

Nicholas D. Kristof - New York Times: TIME TO GET RELIGION - November 6, 2004

Jonathan Freedland - The Guardian: DEMOCRATS CAN'T WIN UNTIL THEIR POLITICS ARE BORN AGAIN - 6 November 2004

Richard B. Anderson - Los Angeles Times: 1,000 IS JUST A NUMBER, TILL YOU SEE THE CROSSES - November 6, 2004

Steven Lee Myers - New York Times: PUTIN RATIFIES KYOTO PROTOCOL ON EMISSIONS - November 6, 2004

Agencies - The Guardian: U.S. FORCES SEAL OFF FALLUJAH - 5 November 2004

David Landau and Akiva Eldar - Haaretz: ARAFAT TALKS TO HAARETZ - Cheshvan 21, 5765, 2004

Paul Krugman - New York Times: NO SURRENDER - November 5, 2004

Bob Herbert - New York Times: O.K. FOLKS: BACK TO WORK - November 5, 2004

Edmund L. Andrews - New York Times: DEFICITS AND TAX SYSTEM CHANGES IN BUSH'S SECOND-TERM ECONOMY - November 5, 2004

Jonathan Chait - Los Angeles Times: THOSE WHO VOTED FOR BUSH MAY BE IN FOR A BIG SURPRISE - November 5, 2004

Philip James - The Guardian: HERE ENDETH THE LESSON - 5 November 2004

Simon Schama - The Guardian: ONWARD CHRISTIAN SOLDIERS - 5 November 2004

Oliver Burkeman - The Guardian: RELIGIOUS RIGHT RELISHES CHANCE TO PUSH AGENDA - 5 November 2004

Julian Borger - The Guardian: LITTLE SIGN OF CONSENSUAL APPROACH AS BUSH SETS OUT SECOND-TERM PLAN - 5 November 2004

Agencies - The Guardian: MÉDECINS SANS FRONTIÈRES WITHDRAWS AID WORKERS FROM IRAQ - 4 November 2004

Judy Dempsey - New York Times: HUNGARY JOINS OTHERS IN PULLING TROOPS FROM IRAQ - November 4, 2004

Tom Happold - The Guardian: JACK STRAW: WAR ON IRAN 'INCONCEIVABLE' - It's not just 'conceivable', but very probable. See Amir Oren - Haaretz: INSIDE TRACK: NEXT YEAR IN TEHRAN - "For the past three years the central war game of the U.S. armed forces has been centered on Iran." - A very well documented article about the massive preparations for the bombing and invasion of Iran.
Back in 2002 Mr. Wolfowitz, the Deputy Defence Secretary of Israel (Or is it the U.S.A.? - It doesn't matter, we are one and the same...) was telling everybody in Washington: "Wimps go to Baghdad, real men go to Tehran!". - 4 November 2004

Mary Dejevsky - The Independent: THE AMERICAN DREAM IS FADING - AND THE FUTURE BELONGS TO EUROPE - November 4, 2004

Maureen Dowd - New York Times: THE RED ZONE - "But with this crowd, it's hard to imagine what would constitute overreaching. Invading France?" - Why Not? Invading France and Germany would teach them a lesson. Actually, carpet bombing the 'old Europe', prior to the planned invasion of Iran, would nip their criticism in the bud. What do you say, war criminals Rumsfeld, Wolfowitz and Rice? Ain't that a great idea? Ask your buddy, KGB polkovnik (colonel) Vladimir Putin, the butcher of Chechnya... - November 4, 2004

Nicholas D. Kristof - New York Times: LIVING POOR, VOTING RICH - November 4, 2004

Thomas L. Friedman - New York Times: TWO NATIONS UNDER GOD - November 4, 2004

Editorial - New York Times: THE NEXT PRESIDENT BUSH - November 4, 2004

Editorial - Los Angeles Times: ...FOR A DIVIDED AMERICA - November 4, 2004

Editorial - Los Angeles Times: PAGING THE UNITER... - November 4, 2004

Gary Wills - New York Times: THE DAY THE ENLIGHTENMENT WENT OUT - November 4, 2004

Margaret Carlson - Los Angeles Times: A GRIM STUDY IN RED AND BLUE - November 4, 2004

Josepg Berger - New York Times: A BLUE CITY (DISCONSOLATE, EVEN) BEWILDERED BY A RED AMERICA - November 4, 2004

Editorial - The Guardian: FOUR MORE YEARS - 4 November 2004

Quentin Peel - Financial Times: SENTENCED TO FOUR MORE YEARS - November 4, 2004

Timothy Garton Ash - The Guardian: GREAT VOTE, GRISLY RESULT - 4 November 2004

Jackie Ashley - The Guardian: A SECOND BUSH TERM COULD BE IN FACT WHAT WE NEED - 4 November 2004

Mark Mazzetti - Los Angeles Times: SOLDIERS DESCRIBE LOOTING OF EXPLOSIVES - November 4, 2004

Johann Hari - The Independent: THE QUEEN SHOULD APOLOGISE TO DRESDEN - November 4, 2004

Bradley Burston - Haaretz: BUSH MAY PUT THE SCREWS ON ISRAEL NEXT. SO WHY IS SHARON SMILING? - Cheshvan 19, 5765

Jeremy Rifkin - Los Angeles Times: AMERICA, WAKE UP TO THE EUROPEAN DREAM - November 2, 2004

Osama bin Laden - Al Jazeera: FULL TRANSCRIPT: BIN LADEN'S MESSAGE - November 2, 2004

John Mintz - NBC News: BIN LADEN LAUDS COSTS OF WAR TO U.S. - November 2, 2004

Robert Scheer - Los Angeles Times: THE U.N. DESERVES AN APOLOGY - November 2, 2004

Editorial - Los Angeles Times: OUR CONDOLENCES TO THE WINNER - November 2, 2004

Paul Krugman - New York Times: FAITH IN AMERICA - November 2, 2004

Editorial - New York Times: VOTE, NO MATTER WHAT - November 2, 2004

Editorial - Los Angeles Times: VOTING OUR BRAINS, MINDS AND HEARTS - November 2, 2004

David Brooks - New York Times: HOPE AND FRUSTRATION - November 2, 2004

Ben Mathis-Lilley and Ben Wasserstein - Los Angeles Times: TAKE THE CANDIDATES AT THEIR WORD - OR NOT - November 2, 2004

Maureen Dowd - New York Times: WILL OSAMA HELP GEORGE W.? - On March 15, 2004, Dr. Zawahiri proclaimed Al-Qaida's full support for George W. Bush's re-election. Osama bin Laden fulfilled the promise by sending the video tape last Friday, October 29. Thank God, he did not decide on another attack in order to strenghten Bush's position! He clearly understands that the 'unholy alliance' of U.S. investors, neo-conservative jingoists and Zionist 'Evangelical Christians', with a little help from some Catholic bishops, will get the job done.
KARL ROVE, AMERICA'S MULLAH was tasked with institutionalizing an "IRONFISTED THEOCRACY WITH THE PRESIDENT AS MULLAH AND POLICY AS RELIGIOUS WAR" and where the electoral process is controlled by the Zionist 'Evangelical' pastors who tell the brainwashed, functionally illiterate masses how to vote, under penalty of eternal punishment in hell, i.e. a true 'AMERICAN TALIBAN'.
Osama bin Laden does not call the American public to vote for Bush as he did in March 2004, he even derides him in order to maximize the effect. Having your 'sworn enemy' endorse you for public office can be embarassing and counterproductive and Osama is a refined political strategist (see Jason Burke's article below).
Bin Laden's analysis of the profound changes of the American political landscape is remarkable: "WE HAD NO DIFFICULTY DEALING WITH THE BUSH ADMINISTRATION BECAUSE THEY RESEMBLE THE REGIMES IN OUR COUNTRIES, HALF OF WHICH ARE RULED BY THE MILITARY AND THE OTHER HALF BY THE SONS OF KINGS. HE (BUSH) ADOPTED DESPOTISM FROM ARAB RULLERS AND CALLED IT THE PATRIOT ACT, UNDER THE GUISE OF COMBATING TERRORISM...YOUR SECURITY IS NOT IN THE HANDS OF KERRY, BUSH OR AL-QAIDA. YOUR SECURITY IS IN YOUR OWN HANDS AND EACH STATE WHICH DOES NOT HARM OUR SECURITY WILL REMAIN SAFE." It is also clear that he watched Michael Moore's masterpiece "Fahrenheit 9/11".
The revered former news anchor Walter Cronkite, said on CNN's 'Larry King Live' program that he is "inclined to think that Karl Rove, the political manager at the White House, who is a very clever man...probably set up Bin Laden to this thing". - (comments by Michael Olteanu) - November 1, 2004

David D. Kirkpatrick - New York Times: BATTLE CRY OF FAITHFUL PITS BELIEVERS AGAINST THE REST - THE 'AMERICAN TALIBAN' IS ON THE MARCH...THE FUTURE IS HERE, THANKS TO KARL ROVE AND GEORGE BUSH. - (comments by Michael Olteanu) - November 1, 2004

Anne Penketh - The Independent: BIN LADEN VIDEO INSPIRES KARL ROVE CONSPIRACY THEORIES - 1 November 2004

Jason Burke - The Guardian: BIN LADEN, MASTER OF PROPAGANDA - 1 November 2004

Josh Meyer - Los Angeles Times: BIN LADEN, IN TAPE, MAY HAVE SIGHTS ON NEW ROLE - November 1, 2004

Ronald Brownstein - Los Angeles Times: WHY 'THIS IS ABOUT BUSH' - November 1, 2004

John Zogby - Financial Times: THE UNIFYING SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON MUST PREVAIL - November 1, 2004

James Harding - Financial Times: A RACE THAT DEFIED CONVENTIONAL WISDOM - November 1, 2004

Kirk Johnson - New York Times: VOTERS, THEIR MINDS MADE UP, SAY BIN LADEN CHANGES NOTHING - November 1, 2004

Julian Borger - The Guardian: BUSH, KERRY, BIN LADEN - LOCKED IN A SILENT EMBRACE - 1 November 2004

Patrick Wintour- The Guardian: CHERIE BLAIR ATTACKS LEGALITY OF GUANTÁNAMO DETENTIONS - 1 November 2004

Eric Schmitt - New York Times: IN IRAQ, U.S. OFFICIALS CITE OBSTACLES TO VICTORY - November 1, 2004

Paul Harris, Peter Beaumont, Jason Burke and Gaby Hinsliff - The Guardian: BUSH WINS BOOST FROM TERROR TAPE - 31 October 2004

Adam Nagourney - New York Times: TERRORIST TAPE, POLITICAL ANGST - October 31, 2004

Thomas L. Friedman - New York Times: THE APPARENT HEIR - October 31, 2004

Stuart S. Light - Los Angeles Times: SOME MEDITATIONS BEFORE YOU VOTE - October 31, 2004

Amos Harel and Nir Hasson - Haaretz: THE ISRAELI ARMY KILLS 12-YEAR-OLD PALESTINIAN BOY IN JENIN - Cheshvan 16, 5765

Robert Fisk - The Independent: THE TRUTH IS THAT YASSER ARAFAT DIED YEARS AGO - October 31, 2004

Kim Sengupta - The Independent: EIGHT U.S. MARINES KILLED AROUND FALLUJAH WHILE AIRSTRIKES INTENSIFY - 31 October 2004

Raymond Whitaker - The Independent: PENTAGON SUPPRESSES DETAILS OF CIVILIAN CASUALTIES - 31 October 2004

Kim Sengupta - The Independent: REPORT ON UNGUARDED WEAPONS 'IGNORED' - 31 October 2004

David Randall - The Independent: KEY ARMY OFFICIAL SLAMS BUSH OVER HALIBURTON IRAQ CONTRACTS - 31 October 2004

Andrew Buncombe and Francis Elliott - The Independent: REVEALED: BLAIR'S SECRET MISSION TO WOO KERRY - 31 October 2004

Editorial - Los Angeles Times: TIME TO CALL A COP - October 30, 2004

Matthew Tempest - The Guardian: E.U. LEADERS SIGN CONSTITUTION - 30 October 2004

Yoav Stern - Haaretz: OSAMA BIN LADEN SAYS THE REASON FOR 9/11 ATTACKS WAS ISRAEL'S INVASION OF LEBANON IN 1982 - Cheshvan 15, 5765

Osama bin Laden - The Independent: OSAMA BIN LADEN: THE STATEMENT - 30 October 2004

Guy Dinmore - Financial Times: DERISION FOR BUSH WITH HINTS OF A DEAL - October 30, 2004

Associated Press - The Guardian: AL-JAZEERA SHOWS NEW BIN LADEN TAPE - 30 October 2004

Editorial - Los Angeles Times: GUANTANAMO STONEWALL - October 30, 2004

Evelyn Iritani - Los Angeles Times: IN PAKISTAN, U.S. POLICIES FOSTER SUSPICION AND HATRED - October 30, 2004

Nicholas D. Kristof - New York Times: TAKING BUSH AT HIS WORD - October 30, 2004

Editorial - The Guardian: THE CASE FOR KERRY - 30 October 2004

Christopher Caldwell - Financial Times: CITIZENS OF THE WORLD UNITE - October 30, 2004

Agencies - The Guardian: FRAIL ARAFAT ARRIVES IN FRANCE - 30 October 2004

Robin Cook - The Guardian: A STRONG EUROPE - OR BUSH'S FERAL U.S. CAPITALISM - 29 October 2004

Agencies - The Guardian: 'WAR RAISED IRAQI DEATH RATE BY 100,000' - 29 October 2004

Reuters - Haaretz: U.N. HUMAN RIGHTS EXPERT: 'ISRAEL HAS KILLED THE ROAD MAP' - Cheshvan 14, 5765

Agencies - The Guardian: ISLAMIST GROUP: WE HAVE IRAQ EXPLOSIVES - 29 October 2004

Paul Krugman - New York Times: IT'S NOT JUST AL QAQAA - 29 October 2004

William G. Broad and David E. Sanger - New York Times: VIDEO SHOWS G.I.'S AT WEAPON CACHE - 29 October 2004

Jon Lee Anderson - Los Angeles Times: WEAPONS FOR THE TAKING IN IRAQ - 29 October 2004

Agencies - NBC News: OSAMA BIN LADEN READS A MESSAGE IN A NEW TAPE AIRED FRIDAY BY AL-JAZEERA - 29 October 2004

Associated Press - New York Times: U.S. PREPARES MAJOR FALLUJAH OPERATION - 29 October 2004

Philip Stephens - Financial Times: WHY AMERICA WILL CHOOSE KERRY - 29 October 2004

Jonathan Chait - Los Angeles Times: FOR BUSH, TOO LATE FOR HONESTY - 29 October 2004

T. Christian Miller - Los Angeles Times: HALIBURTON CONTRACTS BYPASSED OBJECTIONS - 29 October 2004

John Daniszewski - Los Angeles Times: THE WORLD WEIGHS IN ON THE AMERICAN VOTE - 29 October 2004

Hunter Thompson - The Independent: UGLY, TASTELESS, TERRFYING AND WILD...COUNT ME IN - 29 October 2004

Bob Herbert - New York Times: LETTING DOWN THE TROOPS - 29 October 2004

Kate Kelland - Reuters: AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL CONDEMNS U.S. OVER TORTURE - 28 October 2004

Martin Wolf - Financial Times: WHY THE U.S. ELECTION MATTERS - 28 October 2004

Harvey Morris - Financial Times: ISRAEL 'RISKS E.U. OSTRACISM UNLESS CONFLICT RESOLVED' - 28 October 2004

Amos Harel and Arnon Regular - Haaretz: DOCTORS IN RAMALLAH FIGHTING TO SAVE ARAFAT'S LIFE - Cheshvan 13, 5765

Aluf Benn - Haaretz: ARAFAT'S DEPARTURE WOULD REMOVE JUSTIFICATION FOR GAZA PLAN - Cheshvan 13, 5765

Jim Dwyer and David E. Sanger - New York Times: NO CHECK OF BUNKER, UNIT COMMANDER SAYS - 28 October 2004

Edward Wong - New York Times: IRAQ'S PRIME MINISTER FAULTS U.S. MILITARY FOR MASSACRE - 28 October 2004

Douglas Jehl - New York Times: C.I.A. IS ACCUSED OF DELAYING INTERNAL REPORT - 28 October 2004

Richard Serrano and Ralph Vartabedian - Los Angeles Times: SIGNS OF VOTER FRAUD APPEAR - 28 October 2004

Maureen Dowd - New York Times: WHITE HOUSE OF HORRORS - 28 October 2004

Margaret Carlson - Los Angeles Times: THE CATHOLIC ATTACK ON KERRY - 28 October 2004

Thomas L. Friedman - New York Times: A HOLE IN THE HEART - 28 October 2004

Nicholas D. Kristof - New York Times: PANTS ON FIRE? - 28 October 2004

Benjamin Zycher - Los Angeles Times: THE ELECTORAL COLLEGE DOES IT BETTER - 28 October 2004

Donald Macintyre - The Independent: SHARON WINS HISTORIC VOTE TO WITHDRAW FROM GAZA - 27 October 2004

Gideon Alon, Mazal Mualem and Nadav Shragai - Haaretz: KNESSET APPROVES P.M. SHARON'S GAZA DISENGAGEMENT PLAN - Cheshvan 12, 5765

Avirama Golan - Haaretz: THE JEWS VERSUS THE ISRAELIS - Cheshvan 12, 5765

Colin Brown - The Independent: U.S. GAVE DATE OF WAR TO BRITAIN IN ADVANCE, COURT PAPERS REVEAL - 27 October 2004

Jason Bennetto - The Independent: CARRY ON SPYING: RUSSIAN AGENTS FLOOD U.K. IN REVIVAL OF INTELLIGENCE COLD WAR - 27 October 2004

Rupert Cornwell - The Independent: BOMBSHELL FOR BUSH: 350 TONS OF EXPLOSIVES GO MISSING IN IRAQ - 27 October 2004

Editorial - Los Angeles Times: WORSE THAN THE USUAL BAD - 27 October 2004

Kim Sengupta - The Independent: 'SECURE' ARMS DUMPS THAT MAY HAVE ARMED ENEMY - 27 October 2004

Agencies - The Guardian: ALLAWI BLAMES 'U.S. NEGLIGENCE' FOR MASSACRE - 27 October 2004

Douglas Jehl - New York Times: U.S. ACTION BAR RIGHT OF SOME CAPTURED IN IRAQ - 27 October 2004

Dan Glaister and Michael Howard - The Guardian: MISSING IRAQI ARSENAL GIVES KERRY AMMUNITON - 27 October 2004

Philip Gordon - Financial Times: WHAT KERRY VERSUS BUSH MEANS FOR THE WORLD - 27 October 2004

Simon Tisdall - The Guardian: NEXT PRESIDENT TO INHERIT A LEGACY OF MISTRUST AND FEAR - 27 October 2004

Arthur Schlesinger Jr. - Los Angeles Times: THE WHITE HOUSE WASN'T ALWAYS GOD'S HOUSE - 27 October 2004

Jefferson Morley - Los Angeles Times: IS GOD AN AMERICAN VOTER? - 27 October 2004

Robert Scheer - Los Angeles Times: THE MAN BEHIND THE OVAL OFFICE CURTAIN - 27 October 2004

Associated Press - Los Angeles Times: KERRY: BUSH WON'T OWN UP TO BAD DECISIONS - 27 October 2004

David Brooks - New York Times: THUS ATE ZARATHUSTRA - 27 October 2004

Paul Krugman - New York Times: A CULTURE OF COVER-UPS - 27 October 2004

Mark Moulitsas - The Guardian: POLLING TRUTH - 27 October 2004

Yasmin Alibhai-Brown - The Independent: I DREAD WHAT IS GOING TO HAPPEN IN FALLUJAH - 26 October 2004

William J. Kole, AP - The Independent: HUGE STORE OF EXPLOSIVES MISSING IN IRAQ - 26 October 2004

Mary Woolf - The Independent: MAJOR: TROOPS WILL BE FIGHTING 'FOR YEARS' - 26 October 2004

Agencies - The Guardian: ARAFAT 'ALLOWED TO LEAVE COMPOUND' - 26 October 2004

Neal Gabler - Los Angeles Times: KARL ROVE: AMERICA'S MULLAH - 26 October 2004

Oliver Burkeman - The Guardian: BUSH EXPLOITS SUFFERING OF 9/11, SAYS PRESIDENT CARTER - 26 October 2004

Oliver Burkeman - The Guardian: MR. PRESIDENT FOR GOOD - 26 October 2004

Editorial - Financial Times: THE BURSTING OF THE BUSH BUBBLE - 26 October 2004

Bob Herbert - New York Times: FOR BUSH, BAD NEWS IS BAD NEWS - 26 October 2004

Zbigniew Brzezinski - New York Times: HOW TO MAKE NEW ENEMIES - 26 October 2004

Joanna Chung - Financial Times: SOROS PUTS HIS MILLIONS TO WORK FOR KERRY'S CHALLENGE - 26 October 2004

Ian Buruma - Los Angeles Times: LOST LOVE: AMERICOPHILIA FADES AWAY - 26 October 2004

Jennifer Loven, AP - Los Angeles Times: KERRY ACCUSES BUSH OF INCOMPETENCE - 26 October 2004

Andrew Buncombe - The Independent: GARY HART: 'WE SAID SEPTEMBER 11 WAS GOING TO HAPPEN.' - 26 October 2004

Editorial - Los Angeles Times: PUTIN'S UNCHALLENGED IMPERIALISM - 26 October 2004

Thomas L. Friedman - New York Times: JEWS, ISRAEL AND AMERICA - 25 October 2004

Erik Tarloff - Financial Times: A NATIONALISM WITHOUT PRECEDENT - 25 October 2004

Editorial - The Washington Post: KERRY FOR PRESIDENT - 25 October 2004

Maureen Dowd - New York Times: COOKING HIS OWN GOOSE - 25 October 2004

Dana Priest - Los Angeles Times: MEMO ALLOWS C.I.A. TO TAKE DETAINEES OUT OF IRAQ, IN BREACH OF GENEVA CONVENTIONS - 25 October 2004

Clare Short - The Independent: WHAT HAPPENED WHEN I TOLD THE TRUTH ABOUT THE BUGGING OF KOFI ANNAN - 25 October 2004

Clare Short - The Independent: AT THE COURT OF KING TONY - 25 October 2004

Clare Short - The Independent: EXCLUSIVE EXTRACTS: AN HONOURABLE DECEPTION? - 25 October 2004

Andrew Osborn - The Independent: FLAME-THROWERS USED AT BESLAN SIEGE - 25 October 2004

Amira Hass - Haaretz: HALF OF PALESTINIAN DEFICIT DUE TO ISRAEL FUNDS SEIZURE - Cheshvan 10, 5765

Associated Press - Haaretz: STUDY: ISRAEL LEGALLY OCCUPYING GAZA, EVEN AFTER PULLOUT - Cheshvan 10, 5765

Kim Sengupta - The Independent: MASSACRE AT BAQUBA - 25 October 2004

Edward Wong - New York Times: ABOUT 50 SOLDIERS ARE FOUND SHOT TO DEATH BY REBELS - 25 October 2004

Tim Golden - New York Times: AFTER TERROR, A SECRET REWRITING OF MILITARY LAW - 25 October 2004

Reuters - Haaretz: E.U. FOREIGN POLICY CHIEF: ISRAEL'S PULLOUT FROM GAZA STRIP WILL NOT SUFFICE - Cheshvan 9, 5765

David Randall and Alistair Lyon - The Independent: IRAQ: 26 KILLED ON HORRIFIC DAY OF VIOLENCE - 24 October 2004

Peter Beaumont - The Observer: FALLUJA'S FIGHTERS DIG IN FOR THE FINAL ONSLAUGHT - 24 October 2004

Editorial - The Independent: THE REPORTING ON TERROR AND THE CASE FOR RESTRAINT - 24 October 2004

Andy Mcsmith and Andrew Grice - The Independent: CHERIE BLAIR 'HELPED MAKE THE LEGAL CASE FOR WAR' - 24 October 2004

Daphna Berman - Haaretz: ZIONIST CHRISTIAN EMBASSY TRIES TO WIN JEWS' TRUST - Cheshvan 9, 5765

David Brooks - New York Times: THE MORE THINGS CHANGE... - 24 October 2004

Erik Eckholm - New York Times: MEMO WARNED OF BILLING FRAUD BY FIRM IN IRAQ - 24 October 2004

Kenneth Adelman - Los Angeles Times: THE NUCLEAR BLUFFERS - 23 October 2004

Staff - Reuters: U.S. WITHDRAWS AFTER MOSQUES STANDOFF - 23 October 2004

Barton Gellman and Dafna Linzer - Los Angeles Times: AFGHAN, IRAQ WARS COLLIDE - 23 October 2004

Kim Sengupta - The Independent: HARROWING FOOTAGE SHOWS HASSAN PLEADING FOR HER LIFE - 23 October 2004

Andrew Grice and Colin Brown - The Independent: CLARE SHORT ACCUSES BLAIR OF MISLEADING BRITAIN OVER CASE FOR WAR - 23 October 2004

Clare Short - The Independent: EXCLUSIVE EXTRACTS: AN HONOURABLE DECEPTION? - 23 October 2004

Anthony Sampson - The Independent: ACROSS THE MIDDLE EAST, AUTOCRATIC REGIMES ARE BEING REINFORCED BY RISING OIL PRICES - 23 October 2004

Bob Herbert - New York Times: BUSH'S BLINKERS - 23 October 2004

Jonathan Chait - Los Angeles Times: BUSH'S EMPTY RETHORIC ON DEMOCRACY - 23 October 2004

Paul Krugman - New York Times: VOTING AND COUNTING - 23 October 2004

Julian Borger - The Guardian: BUSH SETS WOLVES ON KERRY CAMPAIGN - 23 October 2004

Christopher Caldwell - Financial Times: AN ELECTION FOR THE LAWYERS - 23 October 2004

Ariel Dorfman - Los Angeles Times: BRAINY CANDIDATES NEED NOT APPLY - 23 October 2004

Simon Jeffery - The Guardian: BLOGWATCH - 23 October 2004

Donald Macintyre - The Independent: ISRAELI MISSILES KILL HAMAS MILITARY CHIEF - 22 October 2004

Eric Schmitt and Thom Shanker - New York Times: ESTIMATES BY U.S. SEE MORE REBELS WITH MORE FUNDS - 22 October 2004

Robin Cook - The Guardian: DEEPER INTO THE IRAQI QUAGMIRE - 22 October 2004

Edward Wong - New York Times: SERGEANT IS SENTENCED TO 8 YEARS IN ABUSE CASE - 22 October 2004

Maureen Dowd - New York Times: CASUALTIES OF FAITH - 22 October 2004

Peter Wallsten and Edwin Chen - Los Angeles Times: BUSH FORESAW NO WAR CASUALTIES, ROBERTSON RECALLS - 22 October 2004

Thomas L. Friedman - New York Times: HUNTING THE TIGER - 22 October 2004

Salam Pax - The Guardian: THE BAGHDAD BLOGGER GOES TO WASHINGTON: DAY ONE - 22 October 2004

Samuel Brittan - Financial Times: NEOCONSERVATISM UNMASKED - 22 October 2004

Donald Saari - Los Angeles Times: WHY OUR ELECTIONS PUT THIRD-RATE PEOPLE IN OFFICE - 22 October 2004

Philip Stephens - Financial Times: BRITAIN NEEDS AN ATLANTICIST EUROPE - 22 October 2004

Chris McGreal - The Guardian: A SCHOOLGIRL RIDDLED WITH BULLETS. AND NO ONE IS TO BLAME - 21 October 2004

Editorial - The Guardian: JUST SAY NO - 21 October 2004

Steve Richards - The Independent: AFTER THIS WAR, THE BRITAIN'S RELATIONSHIP WITH THE UNITED STATES WILL NEVER BE THE SAME AGAIN - 21 October 2004

Editorial - The Independent: ANOTHER HOSTAGE IN IRAQ, ANOTHER STEP INTO THE DARKNESS - 21 October 2004

Terry Kirby - The Independent: 'IF ANYONE CAN COPE WITH THIS, IT IS MARGARET HASSAN' - 21 October 2004

Ian Katz - The Guardian: THE LAST POST - 21 October 2004

Editorial - The Guardian: AMERICA, LET US LOVE YOU AGAIN... - 21 October 2004

Markos Moulitsas - The Guardian: HOLLOW VICTORY - 21 October 2004

James Harding - Financial Times: KERRY CONDEMNS BUSH'S TREATMENT OF ALLIES - 21 October 2004

Allan Massie - The Independent: WHY OUR VIEW OF GERMANY IS LOCKED IN A 60-YEAR TIMEWRAP - 21 October 2004

Sidney Blumenthal - The Guardian: AMERICA'S HIDDEN VOTE - 21 October 2004

Gideon Samet - Haaretz: RETURN OF THE ZEALOTS AND SICCARI - Cheshvan 6, 5765

Robert Fisk - The Independent: KIDNAPPED - 20 October 2004

Patrick Wintour and Richard Norton-Taylor - The Guardian: ANNAN URGES U.S. FORCES TO SHOW RESTRAINT - 20 October 2004

Michael R. Gordon - New York Times: FAULTY INTELLIGENCE MISLED TROOPS AT WAR'S START - 20 October 2004

Richard Norton-Taylor - The Guardian: THINKTANK: INVASION AIDED AL-QAIDA - 20 October 2004

Neela Banerjee and John Kifner - New York Times: RESERVISTS WHO REFUSED ORDER TRIED TO PERSUADE SUPERIORS - 20 October 2004

Rennie Sloan and Ellen Barry - Los Angeles Times: IN DEFENSE OF THEIR SOLDIERS - 20 October 2004

Paul Krugman - New York Times: FEELING THE DRAFT - 20 October 2004

Ronald Brownstein and Kathleen Hennessey - Los Angeles Times: BUSH CHANGES CONTEXT FOR WAR - 20 October 2004

David Brooks - New York Times: KERRY OFF THE LEASH - 20 October 2004

Bob Herbert - New York Times: A WAR WITHOUT REASON - 19 October 2004

Donald Macintyre - The Independent: ISRAELI DESTRUCTION OF PALESTINIAN HOMES VIOLATES INTERNATIONAL LAW - 19 October 2004

Donald Macintyre - The Independent: CHILDREN OF THE REVOLUTION - 19 October 2004

Michael R. Gordon - New York Times: THE STRATEGY TO SECURE IRAQ DID NOT FORESEE A SECOND WAR - 19 October 2004

Dexter Filkins - New York Times: IRAQI GOVERNMENT PEACE TALKS WITH FALLUJA BREAK OFF - 19 October 2004

Eric Boehlert - The Guardian: TEAM BUSH DECLARES WAR ON THE NEW YORK TIMES - 19 October 2004

Julian Borger and Suzanne Goldenberg - The Guardian: PUTIN BACKS BUSH VICTORY - Very impressive! Osama bin Laden was the first one to support Bush's re-election, in a tape sent by Dr. Zawahiri on March 15, 2004. Since then Yiad Allawi, the man who spied for 14 different governments, almost all the Afghan warlords who are back in the opium business (75% of the world supply - it was 0% under the Taliban), the dictator of Uzbekistan, Sharon "the butcher of Sabrah and Shatila" and now comrade KGB colonel Vladimir Putin, endearingly called "the butcher of Chechnya", have all expressed their unconditional support for King George W., whose military exploits in Iraq make him an equal to Alexander the Great, Julius Cesar, Friederich der Grosse or Napoleon Bonaparte...- 19 October 2004

Associated Press - Haaretz: KERRY COURTS JEWS WITH HEBREW SLOGANS, STORIES OF ISRAEL - Chishvan 4, 5765

Editorial - Haaretz: THE WHOLE WORLD IS AGAINST HIM - Chishvan 3, 5765

Martin Peretz - Los Angeles Times: KERRY THE CLUELESS - 18 October 2004

Staff - Reuters: ANNAN SAYS WORLD NO SAFER - 18 October 2004

Editorial - New York Times: JOHN KERRY FOR PRESIDENT - 18 October 2004

Maureen Dowd - New York Times: VOTE AND BE DAMNED - 18 October 2004

Ron Suskind - New York Times: WITHOUT A DOUBT - 18 October 2004

Editorial - Los Angeles Times: REPORT: JEB BUSH IGNORED FELON LIST ADVICE - 18 October 2004

Thomas J. Friedman - New York Times: 'OOPS. I TOLD THE TRUTH.' - 18 October 2004

Elizabeth Mehren - Los Angeles Times: BUSH BAFFLES MASSACHUSETTS LIBERALS - 18 October 2004

Stephen Sestanovich - Los Angeles Times: PUTIN'S DOUBLE STANDARDS - 18 October 2004

Kim Sengupta - The Independent: 'THEY WANT ZARKAWI. THEY CAN'T KILL HIM SO THEY ARE KILLING US' - 17 October 2004

Kim Sengupta - The Independent: CHURCHES HIT IN NEW WAVE OF BOMBINGS - 17 October 2004

Associated Press - Los Angeles Times: CAR BOMBS KILL FIVE U.S. TROOPS IN IRAQ - 17 October 2004

Neil A. Lewis - New York Times: BROAD USE OF HARSH TACTICS AT BASE IN CUBA - 17 October 2004

Alan George, Raymond Whitaker and Andy McSmith - The Independent: REVEALED: THE MEETING THAT COULD HAVE CHANGED THE HISTORY OF IRAQ - 17 October 2004

James Glamz - New York Times: IN IRAQ CHAOS, UPHILL STRUGGLE TO BRING POWER - 17 October 2004

Rupert Cornwell - The Independent: THIS IS WHERE THE ELECTION WILL BE WON OR LOST. AND IT AIN'T BAGHDAD - 17 October 2004

Larry B. Stammer - Los Angeles Times: PARTNERSHIP IN THE PULPIT CAN BE ELECTION-YEAR ISSUE - 17 October 2004

David Brooks - New York Times: DEBATE, DECLAIM, DEBACLE - 17 October 2004

Carol Gould - The Guardian: AN AMERICAN SCAPEGOAT IN LONDON - 17 October 2004

Associated Press - Haaretz: HUNDREDS OF SOUTH AFRICANS PROTEST OLMERT'S UPCOMING VISIT - Cheshvan 2, 5765

Yitzhak Laor - Haaretz: MIRED IN VICTIMHOOD - AND BLAME - Cheshvan 2, 5765

Kim Sengupta - The Independent: U.S. POUNDS FALLUJAH IN GROUND AND AIR ATTACK - 16 October 2004

Dan Glaister - The Guardian: DOUBTS ABOUT U.S. MORALE IN IRAQ AS TROOPS REFUSE 'SUICIDE MISSION' - 16 October 2004

Associated Press - Los Angeles Times: RESERVISTS REPORTEDLY REFUSED CONVOY MISSION - October 16, 2004

Bob Herbert - New York Times: PARALYZED, A SOLDIER ASKS WHY - October 16, 2004

Editorial - Los Angeles Times: 4-STAR PLANS AFTER ABU GHRAIB - October 16, 2004

Editorial - Los Angeles Times: REMEMBER ABU GHRAIB? - October 16, 2004

Naomi Klein - The Guardian: WHY IS WAR-TORN IRAQ GIVING $190,000 TO TOYS R US? - 16 October 2004

Beth Gardiner - Los Angeles Times: POLL SHOWS WORSENING OF U.S. REPUTATION - October 16, 2004

Anna Politkovskaya - The Independent: PUTIN, POISON AND MY STRUGGLE FOR FREEDOM - 16 October 2004

Paul Krugman - New York Times: BLOCK THE VOTE - October 16, 2004

Jonathan Chait - Los Angeles Times: GEORGE BUSH, TAX HIKER - October 16, 2004

Maureen Dowd - New York Times: COURTING THR FINICKY WOMEN - October 16, 2004

Mark Mazzetti - Los Angeles Times: THE PRESIDENT VANISHES - October 16, 2004

Katharine Q. Seelye - New York Times: NADER EMERGING AS THE THREAT DEMOCRATS FEARED - October 16, 2004

Kim Sengupta - The Independent: INSURGENTS STRIKE AT HEART OF AMERICA'S POWER IN BAGHDAD - 15 October 2004

Edmund Sanders and Daryl Strickland - Los Angeles Times: BLAST INSIDE GREEN ZONE KILLS AT LEAST 5 - October 15, 2004

Associated Press - Haaretz: U.N. CRITICIZES ISRAEL FOR HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATIONS IN THE OCCUPIED TERRITORIES - Tishrei 30, 5765

Associated Press - New York Times: ARMY SAYS UP TO 28 G.I.'S FACE AFGHAN ABUSE CHARGES - October 15, 2004

Joel Brinkley - New York Times: SAUDIS BLAME U.S. AND ITS ROLE IN IRAQ FOR RISE OF TERROR - October 15, 2004

Antonia Juhasz - Los Angeles Times: A NICE LITTLE WAR TO FILL THE COFFERS - October 15, 2004

Tom Hamburger and Allan C. Miller - Los Angeles Times: HALLIBURTON'S INTERESTS ASSISTED BY WHITE HOUSE - October 15, 2004

Editorial - Los Angeles Times: OVERALL, A CONVINCING WINNER - October 15, 2004

Frank Luntz - Financial Times: IT'S TIME FOR BUSH TO GET WORRIED - 15 October 2004

Editorial - New York Times: THE FINAL DEBATE - October 15, 2004

Thomas Friedman - New York Times: ADDICTED TO 9/11 - October 15, 2004

Editorial - The Guardian: THE WORLD BACKS KERRY - 15 October 2004

Alan Travis - The Guardian: POLL REVEALS ANGER AT BUSH - 15 October 2004

Staff - Haaretz: INTERNATIONAL POLL: THE WORLD OPPOSES BUSH, EXCEPT ISRAEL - Tishrei 30, 5765

Editorial - Los Angeles Times: ARREST THAT GOVERNOR! - October 15, 2004

Robin Cook - The Guardian: THIS WEEK'S CASUALTY: THE LEGAL CASE FOR WAR IN IRAQ - 15 October 2004

Daphna Berman - Haaretz: HOLY LAND CRUSADERS OF A DIFFERENT KIND - Tishrei 30, 5765

Patrick McLoughlin - Reuters: BLIX SAYS IRAQ WAR STIMULATED TERRORISM - 14 October 2004

Associated Press - Haaretz: FOREIGN MINISTRY WARNS ISRAEL, EUROPE ON COLLISION COURSE - Tishrei 29, 5765

Staff - Reuters: ISRAEL RETRACTS ROCKET CLAIM - 14 October 2004

Edmund Sanders and Daryl Strickland - Los Angeles Times: ROADSIDE BOMBS KILL 6 U.S. SOLDIERS - 14 October 2004

David Scheffer - Financial Times: CHAIN OF COMMAND: THE ROAD FROM 9/11 TO ABU GHRAIB - 14 October 2004

Daniel Dombey - Financial Times: LEADING REPUBLICAN BRENT SCOWCROFT LAMBASTS BUSH - "Sharon just has him wrapped around his little finger," Mr Scowcroft said. "I think the president is mesmerised." - 14 October 2004

Ronald Brownstein - Los Angeles Times: DEBATE STRATEGIES PIT IDEOLOGY VERSUS IDEAS - 14 October 2004

Olive Burkeman - The Guardian: MY FELLOW NON-AMERICANS... - 14 October 2004

Philip James - The Guardian: TELLING IT STRAIGHT AND NARROW - 14 October 2004

Andrew Grice - The Independent: SORRY STILL SEEMS THE HARDEST WORD - 14 October 2004

Charles Kennedy - The Independent: THE PRIME MINISTER LED US INTO AN ILLEGAL WAR - 14 October 2004

Paul Krugman - New York Times: CHECKING THE FACTS, IN ADVANCE - 13 October 2004

Yossi Melman - Haaretz: C.I.A. HAS 11 AL-QAIDA SUSPECTS IN JORDAN FACILITY - Tishrei 28, 5765

Associated Press - New York Times: U.S. AND IRAQI FORCES RAID MOSQUES IN RAMADI - 13 October 2004

Fadel al-Badrani - Reuters: AIR STRIKE ROCKS FALLUJAH - 13 October 2004

Edward Wong - New York Times: U.S. SAYS IT HIT TERROR TARGETS, BUT IRAQI CIVILIANS DISAGREE - 13 October 2004

Jeremy Laurance - The Independent: IRAQ FACES SOARING TOLL OF DEADLY DISEASE - 13 October 2004

Kim Sengupta - The Independent: 'THE AMERICANS CANNOT PROVIDE SECURITY WE NEED' - 13 October 2004

Associated Press - The Independent: U.N. WARNS OF MISSING IRAQI NUCLEAR POWER PLANT EQUIPMENT - 13 October 2004

Matthew Tempest - The Guardian: STRAW: 45-MINUTES CLAIM WITHDRAWN - 13 October 2004

Editorial - The Independent: ANOTHER STATEMENT THAT FALLS SHORT OF AN APOLOGY - 13 October 2004

Hugh Williamson and Gerrit Wiesmann - Financial Times: GERMANY IN RETHINK ON IRAQ FORCE DEPLOYMENT - 13 October 2004

David Brooks - New York Times: NOT JUST A PERSONALITY CLASH, A CONFLICT OF VISIONS - 13 October 2004

Markos Moulitsas - The Guardian: THE MADNESS OF GEORGE - 13 October 2004

Robert Scheer - Los Angeles Times: KERRY A BLEEDING HEART? HARDLY - 13 October 2004

Roger Cohen, David E. Sanger and Steven R. Weisman - New York Times: CHALLENGING REST OF THE WORLD WITH A NEW ORDER - 13 October 2004

Editorial - Los Angeles Times: WEAPONS WE CAN'T AFFORD - 13 October 2004

David D. Kirkpatrick and Laurie Goodstein - New York Times: GROUP OF BISHOPS USING INFLUENCE TO OPPOSE KERRY - 13 October 2004

Bob Drogin - Los Angeles Times: THROUGH HUSSEIN'S LOOKING GLASS - 13 October 2004

Richard Serrano and Greg Miller - Los Angeles Times: TERRORISM CASE SHOWS U.S. FLAWS IN STRATEGY - 13 October 2004

Joel Brinkley and Eric Lichtblau - New York Times: U.S. RELEASES SAUDI-AMERICAN IT HAD CAPTURED IN AFGHANISTAN - 13 October 2004

Yoel Marcus - Haaretz: WHEN DUBI MEETS CONDI - Tishrei 28, 5765

Bob Herbert - New York Times: WEBS OF ILLUSION - 12 October 2004

Kim Sengupta - The Independent: EXODUS OF IRAQI CHRISTIANS IN FULL FLOOD AS TARGETED KILLING GROWS - 12 October 2004

Mark Mazzetti - Los Angeles Times: MAJOR ASSAULTS ON HOLD UNTIL AFTER U.S. VOTE - 12 October 2004

Agencias - El Mundo: LA U.E. LANZARÁ UN PLAN PARA GARANTIZAR UN ESTADO PALESTINO - 12 de Octubre de 2004

Amos Harel and Arnon Regular - Haaretz: THE EUROPEAN UNION CONDEMNS GAZA RAID - Tishrei 27, 5765

Donald Macintyre - The Independent: ARMY CHIEF 'EMPTIED HIS MAGAZINE' AT GIRL IN GAZA - 12 October 2004

Eric Weiner - Los Angeles Times: WHAT'S 'VOTE FOR ME' IN BANTU ? - 12 October 2004

Peter Graff - Reuters: SPIES "LAP UP" INFO FROM TORTURE - 12 October 2004

Bill Collin - The Independent: LABOUR MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT ATTACK BLAIR OVER IRAQ WAR - 12 October 2004

Robert Fisk - The Independent: FUTURE GENERATIONS WILL STRUGGLE TO ESCAPE THE LEGACY OF THE DISASTER IN IRAQ - 11 October 2004

Peter Preston - The Guardian: IT'S ABOUT THE MIDDLE EAST, STUPID - 11 October 2004

Kim Sengupta - The Independent: RUMSFELD'S OPTIMISM SILENCED BY BOMBINGS - 11 October 2004

Edward Wong - New York Times: TWO CAR BOMBS KILL 11 AS RUMSFELD VISITS IRAQ - 11 October 2004

Maureen Dowd - New York Times: NUCLEAR FICTION - 11 October 2004

Rachel Shabi - The Guardian: U.S. SEIZES WEBSERVERS FROM INDEPENDENT MEDIA SITES - 11 October 2004

Joel Brinkley - New York Times: A FATHER WAITS AS THE U.S. AND THE SAUDIS DISCUSS HIS SON'S RELEASE - 11 October 2004

Arthur Ochs Sulzberger - New York Times: THE PROMISE OF THE FIRST AMENDMENT - 11 October 2004

Patrick Barkham - The Guardian: EX-BBC CHIEF SAYS FAILURES ON IRAQ ARE A BLOW TO DEMOCRACY - 11 October 2004

Sarah Hall and Rory McCarthy - The Guardian: BLAIR FACES IRAQ GRILLING FROM MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT - 11 October 2004

Justin Huggler - The Independent: AFGHAN POLL BOYCOTT OVER FRAUD CLAIMS - 10 October 2004

Daniel Cooney - Associated Press: OPPOSITION ALLEGES AFGHAN ELECTION FRAUD - 10 October 2004

Jonathan Steele - The Guardian: RIGHT NOW AN ELECTION IS THE LAST THING AFGHANISTAN NEEDS - 10 October 2004

Rupert Cornwell - The Independent: IS IRAQ THE CURVEBALL THAT COULD DISMISS BUSH? - 10 October 2004

Scott Ritter - The Guardian: THE SOURCE DUELFER DID NOT QUOTE - 10 October 2004

Peter Beaumont - The Guardian: FACING DEFEAT, SADDAM CLUNG TO HIS FANTASIES - 10 October 2004

Nicholas D. Kristof - New York Times: DREAMING IN KABUL - 10 October 2004

Todd S. Purdum - New York Times: UNDER FIRE, KERRY FIRES BACK IN SECOND PRESIDENTIAL DEBATE - 10 October 2004

Editorial - New York Times: THE TOWN HALL DEBATE - 10 October 2004

Tristram Hunt - The Guardian: KERRY MUST LEARN FROM REAGAN IN LAST DEBATE - 10 October 2004

Editorial - Los Angeles Times: PAGING BILL CLINTON - 10 October 2004

Ralph Nader - Los Angeles Times: COMPLACENCY IS NOT DEMOCRACY - 10 October 2004

Elizabeth Bumiller - New York Times: THE MYSTERY BULGE IN THE JACKET - 10 October 2004

Eric Le Boucher - Le Monde: LE CAPITALISME PEUT-IL RENOUER AVEC LE PROGRÈS SOCIAL ? ET COMMENT ? - 10 October 2004

Christophe Ayad - Liberation: "AL-QAEDA SE POSE EN VENGEUR FACE À SHARON - 10 Octobre 2004

Steven R. Weisman - New York Times: REPORT ON IRAQ ARMS DEALS ANGERS FRANCE AND OTHERS - 10 October 2004

Judith Miller and Eric Lipton - New York Times: REPORT CITES U.S. PROFITS IN SALE OF IRAQ OIL UNDER HUSSEIN - 10 October 2004

Deborah Orr - The Independent: THERE IS A FATAL FLAW WHEN THE FREE MARKET REGULATES DRUG COMPANIES - 10 October 2004

Paul Krugman - New York Times: IGNORANCE ISN'T STRENGTH - 9 October 2004

Jonathan Chait - Los Angeles Times: HE'S SO BAD, HE MIGHT BE PERFECT - 9 October 2004

Editorial - Los Angeles Times: A BLUFF THAT WORKED TOO WELL - 9 October 2004

Editorial - Los Angeles Times: IRAQ ON A BICYCLE - 9 October 2004

Bob Herbert - New York Times: WORKING FOR A PITTANCE - 9 October 2004

Ronald Brownstein - Los Angeles Times: ELECTION MAY TURN ON REPORT - 9 October 2004

John Sexton - Los Angeles Times: RESOLVED: THERE WAS NO DEBATE - 9 October 2004

Ari Shavit - Haaretz: WHAT SHARON'S ADVISER SAID - Tishrei 23, 5765

Arnon Regular - Haaretz: PALESTINIAN PRIME MINISTER QUREIA: U.S. MAY BE GUILTY OF COLLUSION - Tishrei 23, 5765

Ari Shavit - Haaretz: THE BIG FREEZE - Tishrei 23, 5765

Gary Younge - The Guardian: 'GOD HAS A PLAN. BUSH WILL HOLD BACK THE EVIL' - 9 October 2004

Dave Lindorff - The Guardian: BUSH'S MYSTERY BULGE - 9 October 2004

Harvey Morris - Financial Times: SHARON 'CREATING A LOSE-LOSE SITUATION' WITH GAZA INVASION - 8 October 2004

Conal Urquhart - The Guardian: DOZENS KILLED IN BOMB BLASTS AT SINAI RESORTS - 8 October 2004

Bob Drogin and Greg Miller - Los Angeles Times: IRAQ'S ILLICIT WEAPONS GONE SINCE EARLY 1990s, C.I.A. SAYS - 8 October 2004

Bob Drogin and Mark Mazzetti - Los Angeles Times: SADDAM'S GENERALS WERE STUNNED WHEN HE TOLD THEM BANNED WEAPONS DID NOT EXIST - 8 October 2004

Philip Stephens - Financial Times: CERTAINTY WITHOUT A COMPASS - 8 October 2004

Editorial - Los Angeles Times: IS HE A DOPE? - 8 October 2004

Maureen Dowd - New York Times: GETTING JUNIOR'S GOAT - 8 October 2004

David Stout - New York Times: BUSH REJECTS VIEW THAT WEAPONS REPORT BELIES CASE FOR WAR - 8 October 2004

Matea Gold - Los Angeles Times: KERRY SAYS BUSH, CHENEY DENY REALITY - 8 October 2004

Robert F. Kennedy Jr. - Los Angeles Times: A TERROR ATTACK, COMING SOON TO A PLANT NEAR YOU - 8 October 2004

Danny Hakim and Eric Lichtblau - New York Times: AFTER CONVICTIONS, THE UNDOING OF U.S. TERROR PROSECUTION - 8 October 2004

Ari Shavit, Aluf Benn and Yair Ettinger - Haaretz: TOP SHARON AIDE: GAZA PLAN AIMS TO FREEZE THE PEACE PROCESS - Tishrei 22, 5765

Karin Laub - Associated Press: SHARON AIDE NIXES PALESTINIAN STATE - 7 October 2004

Editorial - Haaretz: ISRAEL IS UNDERMINING ITS CREDIBILITY - Tishrei 22, 5765

Andrew Moravcsik - Financial Times: EUROPE IS THE NEW ROLE MODEL FOR THE WORLD - 7 October 2004

Douglas Jehl - New York Times: U.S. REPORT FINDS IRAQ WAS MINIMAL WEAPONS THREAT IN 2003 - 7 October 2004

Editorial - Financial Times: HIGHLIGHTS OF THE WMD REPORT - 7 October 2004

Editorial - The Independent: THE FINAL JUDGEMENT - 7 October 2004

Staff and agencies - The Guardian: IRAQ HAD NO WMD - INSPECTORS - 7 October 2004

Rupert Cornwell, Ben russell and Anne Penketh - The Independent: NO WEAPONS, NO PROGRAMMES: NOTHING TO JUSTIFY THE INVASION - 7 October 2004

Anne Penketh - The Independent: 'SADDAM DESTROYED HIS WEAPONS WITH THE AIM OF GETTING RID OF U.N. SANCTIONS' - 7 October 2004

Jamie Wilson - The Guardian: SADDAM KEPT UP WMD PRETENCE 'TO DETER IRAN' - 7 October 2004

John J. Lumpkin - Associated Press: REPORT: SADDAM NOT IN PURSUIT OF WEAPONS - 7 October 2004

Vicki Allen and Tabassum Zakaria - Reuters: U.S. INSPECTOR DIFFERS WITH BUSH ON IRAQ WEAPONS - 7 October 2004

Editorial - Los Angeles Times: THE SPIES WHO WEREN'T - 7 October 2004

Quentin Peel - Financial Times: AN ELECTION AT GUNPOINT - 7 October 2004

Michelle Alliot-Marie - Los Angeles Times: AFGHANISTAN'S DRUG BOOM - 7 October 2004

Andrew Buncombe - The Independent: TAKE THEM OUT, DUDE: PILOTS TOAST HIT ON IRAQI CIVILIANS - 6 October 2004

Editorial - Los Angeles Times: BLOOD ON OUR HANDS - 6 October 2004

Elizabeth Mehren - Los Angeles Times: BREAKING THEIR SILENCE - 6 October 2004

Donald Macintyre - The Independent: ISRAEL BACKTRACKS IN DISPUTE WITH U.N. - 6 October 2004

Nicholas D. Kristof - New York Times: BEATEN AFGHAN BRIDES - 6 October 2004

Shlomo Shamir - Haaretz: U.S. VETOES U.N. RESOLUTION DEMANDING END TO GAZA OFFENSIVE - Tishrei 21, 5765

Amos Harel - Haaretz: THE ISRAELI ARMY ADMITS 'QASSAM ROCKET' MAY HAVE BEEN A STRETCHER - Tishrei 21, 5765

Eliahu Salpeter - Haaretz: THE JEWISH WORLD: SUCH A THING AS TOO MUCH SUPPORT FOR ISRAEL - Tishrei 21, 5765

Rupert Cornwell - The Independent: IRAQ SURVEY GROUP TO CONCEDE DEFEAT IN SEARCH FOR WMD - 6 October 2004

Editorial - New York Times: THE NUCLEAR BOMB THAT WASN'T - 6 October 2004

Paul Krugman - New York Times: THE FALLING SCALES - 6 October 2004

Associated Press - Los Angeles Times: WHITE HOUSE ON DEFENSIVE AFTER BREMER TALK - 6 October 2004

Elisabeth Bumiller and Jodi Wilgoren - New York Times: BREMER CRITIQUE ON IRAQ RAISES POLITICAL FUROR - 6 October 2004

Rupert Cornwell - The Independent: RUMSFELD, BREMER AND WMD INSPECTORS CAST SHADOW ON WAR - 6 October 2004

Suzanne Goldenberg - The Guardian: BUSH ALLIES ADMIT WAR BLUNDERS - 6 October 2004

Editorial - The Guardian: RUMSFELD'S MISSING LINK - 6 October 2004

David Brooks - New York Times: QUICKENING THE TEMPO IN IRAQ - 6 October 2004

Editorial - Los Angeles Times: IMPACT FROM THE SHADOWS - 6 October 2004

Michael O'Hanlon - Financial Times: FORCE ALONE WILL NOT CURB THE TERROR THREAT - 5 October 2004

Chris McGreal - The Guardian: 50,000 TRAPPED BY ISRAELI ASSAULT ON GAZA - 5 October 2004

Editorial - The Guardian: SENSELESS IN GAZA - 5 October 2004

Mark Turner and Harvey Morris - Financial Times: ARAB NATIONS CALL FOR U.N. ACTION OVER GAZA RAIDS - 5 October 2004

Shlomo Shamir - Haaretz: U.S. TO VETO RESOLUTION CONDEMNING ISRAEL FOR GAZA STRIP INCURSION - Tishrei 20, 5765

Daphna Berman - Haaretz: PAT ROBERTSON: IF BUSH 'TOUCHES' JERUSALEM, WE'LL FORM THIRD PARTY - Tishrei 20, 5765

Akiva Eldar - Haaretz: AN UNHOLY ALLIANCE WITH THE CHRISTIAN RIGHT - Tishrei 20, 5765

Kim Sengupta - The Independent: IRAQ CAR BOMBS KILL 26 AND INJURE 100 - 5 October 2004

Patrick Cockburn - The Independent: ELECTIONS WILL NOT END THE FIGHTING IN IRAQ - 5 October 2004

Thomas S. Mulligan and Suhail Ahmed - Los Angeles Times: MORGUE OVERFLOWING AFTER SAMARRA OFFENSIVE - 5 October 2004

Staff - The Guardian: DEAR MIKE, IRAQ SUCKS - 5 October 2004

Editorial - Los Angeles Times: HARD WORK, INDEED - 5 October 2004

Editorial - Los Angeles Times: CONGRESS, READ IT THIS TIME - 5 October 2004

Bob Herbert - New York Times: BUSH AND REALITY - 5 October 2004

Jeff Gerth - New York Times: RICE DEFENDS GOING TO WAR DESPITE DISPUTE ABOUT IRAQI WEAPONS - 5 October 2004

Agences - Le Monde: GAZA: KOFI ANNAN DEMANDE À ISRAËL DE METTRE FIN À "JOURS DE PÉNITENCE" - 4 Octobre 2004

Agenzie - La Repubblica: AMAN: "ISRAELE CESSI RAID NELLA STRICIA DI GAZA" - 4 Ottobre 2004

Associated Press - Haaretz: UNRWA DEMANDS ISRAEL APOLOGIZE OVER QASSAM ACCUSATION - Tishrei 19, 5765

Associated Press - Haaretz: EVANGELIST PAT ROBERTSON LEADS PILGRIMS TO ISRAEL - Pat Robertson: "Arab hopes to include Israeli-controlled land in a Palestinian state are part of "Satan's plan." - According to Karl Rove (see "The Karl Rove Report" below) there are 19 million American Zionist heretics, who call themselves "Evangelical Christians" and who will vote for King George W.
This is the face of "Christianity" that we present to the world. Why are we surprised that EVERYBODY hates America with a passion and there is no shortage of suicide bombers? Al-Qaeda is having a field day thanks to Bush, to his neo-conservative crowd and to the likes of Pat Robertson...- Tishrei 19, 5765

Kim Sengupta - The Independent: CIVILIANS BEAR BRUNT AS SAMARRA IS 'PACIFIED' - 4 October 2004

Edmund Sanders - Los Angeles Times: RESENTMENT OF U.S. BUILDS AS BAGHDAD DISTRICT MOURNS - 4 October 2004

Editorial - The Independent: MORE THAN SECURITY IS NEEDED FOR FREE ELECTIONS IN IRAQ - 4 October 2004

Yasmin Alibhai-Brown - The Independent: THE LOSS OF MUSLIM LIVES MATTERS, TOO - 4 October 2004

James Harding - Financial Times: THE KARL ROVE REPORT - 4 October 2004

Editorial - Los Angeles Times: L'ETAT, C'EST GEORGE W. - 4 October 2004

Jeffrey Fleishman - Los Angeles Times: IRAQ: U.S. POLICIES STIR MORE FEAR THAN CONFIDENCE - 4 October 2004

Bob Drogin - Los Angeles Times: IRAQ'S 'NUCLEAR MASTERMIND' TELLS TALE OF AMBITION, DECEIT - 4 October 2004

Thomas L. Friedman - New York Times: IRAQ: POLITICS OR POLICY? - 4 October 2004

T. Christian Miller - Los Angeles Times: WORRY GROWS OVER AFGHANISTAN'S OPIUM - 4 October 2004

Agences - Le Monde: 'ETAT D'URGENCE' DANS LES TERRITOIRES PALESTINIENS - 3 Octobre 2004

David Barstow, William J. Broad and Jeff Gerth - New York Times: SKEWED INTELLIGENCE DATA IN MARCH TO WAR IN IRAQ - 3 October 2004

Douglas Jehl - New York Times: C.I.A.-WHITE HOUSE TENSIONS ARE BEING MADE PUBLIC TO RARE DEGREE - 3 October 2004

Martin Bright - The Guardian: GUANTÁNAMO HAS 'FAILED TO PREVENT TERROR ATTACKS' - 3 October 2004

David Rose - The Guardian: RULE OF VIOLENCE - 3 October 2004

David Rose - The Guardian: THE REAL TRUTH ABOUT CAMP DELTA - 3 October 2004

Dexter Filkins - New York Times: MILITANT CLERIC DISCUSSING PLANS FOR IRAQ POLITICS - 3 October 2004

Nicholas D. Kristof - New York Times: WINNING THE PEACE FOR AFGHANS - 3 October 2004

Editorial - Los Angeles Times: BUSH'S REAL OPPONENT - 3 October 2004

Amir Oren - Haaretz: INSIDE TRACK: NEXT YEAR IN TEHRAN - "For the past three years the central war game of the U.S. armed forces has been centered on Iran." - A very well documented article about the massive preparations for the bombing and invasion of Iran.
Back in 2002 Mr. Wolfowitz, the Deputy Defence Secretary of Israel (or is it the U.S.A.? - does it matter?) was telling everybody in Washington: "Wimps go to Baghdad, real men go to Tehran!". Let's make sure we all vote for King George W. so that "real men" can destroy Iran once and for all! I cannot think of a better way of spending my tax money...- Tishrei 17, 5765

Steven Erlanger - New York Times: ISRAELI TANKS AND BULLDOZERS IN ASSAULT ON GAZA TOWN - 2 October 2004

Danny Rabinowitz - Haaretz: FOUR YEARS ON, WHAT ARE THE CONCLUSIONS? - Tishrei 17, 5765

Tania Branigan - The Guardian: GUANTÁNAMO BAY PRISONER'S LETTER CLAIMS HE WAS WITNESS TO MURDERS - 2 October 2004

Associated Press - Los Angeles Times: 96 KILLED IN MAJOR U.S. ASSAULT IN IRAQ - 2 October 2004

Paul Krugman - New York Times: AMERICA'S LOST RESPECT - 2 October 2004

Rupert Cornwell - The Independent: THE RACE FOR WHITE HOUSE IS WIDE OPEN AGAIN - 2 October 2004

Sidnet Blumenthal - The Guardian: RETREAT INTO A SUSTITUTE REALITY - 2 October 2004

John Pilger - The Guardian: PARADISE CLEANSED - 2 October 2004

Editorial - New York Times: THE FIRST DEBATE - 1 October 2004

Luke Baker - Reuters: U.S. LAUNCHES ASSAULT ON SAMARRA - 1 October 2004

Staff and agencies - The Guardian: MULTIPLE IRAQ BOMBINGS KILL 46 - 1 October 2004

Aluf Benn - Haaretz: WAITING TO BOMB IRAN - Are you ready? This is the next 'preventive war' that U.S. and Israel are planning for the spring of 2005, right after the "Iraq elections", that impressive milestone in the march of freedom...Invading Iran is the next logical step after securing such a "catastrophic victory" (General Franks' own words) in Iraq! Another 'Mission Accomplished' (George W. Bush's words, bless his loving heart) is just around the corner! Boy, am I proud to be an American! Aren't you? - Tishrei 16, 5765

Greg Myre - New York Times: A LONG DEADLY DAY IN GAZA AS ISRAEL FIGHTS WAY INTO CAMP - 1 October 2004

Agencies - The Guardian: 24 DEAD IN GAZA VIOLENCE - 1 October 2004

Amira Hass - Haaretz: WHAT DOES THE TURK HAVE AGAINST US? - Tishrei 16, 5765

Gideon Samet - Haaretz: THE FALLING TABERNACLE - Tishrei 16, 5765

Uri Avnery - Haaretz: WHY I CHANGED MY MIND - Tishrei 16, 5765

Editorial - Los Angeles Times: NEW 'SECURITY' TARGET: THE PRESS - 1 October 2004

Julia Preston - New York Times: JUDGE STRIKE DOWN SECTION OF PATRIOT ACT - 1 October 2004


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