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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.

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
DOWNLOAD THE ARMY INVESTIGATION REPORT ON ABU GHRAIB ABUSES (PDF format) - 25 August 2004
DOWNLOAD THE COMPREHENSIVE REPORT ON IRAQ'S WMD (PDF format) - 30 September 2004
THE COMMISSION ON THE INTELLIGENCE CAPABILITIES OF THE UNITED STATES REGARDING WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION - 1 April 2005

DAILY NEWS SECTION


Julian Borger and John Hooper - The Guardian: U.S. AND ITALY CLASH OVER SHOOTING - 30 April 2005

Editorial - Los Angeles Times: THIS IS WINNING? - April 30, 2005

Associated Press - Haaretz: BARGHOUTI: ISRAEL'S GAZA PULLOUT IS PARTIAL, WON'T BRING PEACE - Nisan 21, 5765

Donald Macintyre - The Independent: ISRAEL IN ROW OVER AMERICAN WEAPONS FOR PALESTINIAN POLICE - 30 April 2005

Aluf Benn and Yossi Melman - Haaretz: PUTIN: ABBAS CAN'T FIGHT TERROR WITH SLINGSHOT AND STONES - Nisan 21, 5765

REUTERS - Haaretz: SEVERAL INJURED IN JERUSALEM PROTEST AGAINST GREEK PATRIARCH - Nisan 21, 5765

David Rapp - Haaretz: IGNITING HOLY FIRES - Nisan 21, 5765

Richard A. Serrano - Los Angeles Times: G.I. SENTENCED TO DEATH FOR FATAL ATTACK - The only U.S. war criminal sentenced to death by the American "military (in)justice" system is a U.S. Moslem who killed two U.S. officers. Killing non-American civilians to the tune of hundreds of thousands is encouraged and rewarded; killing an American gets you a death sentence right away. This is "American justice' indeed...- April 30, 2005

Thomas L. Friedman - New York Times: 'WHAT, ME WORRY?' - April 30, 2005

Paul Krugman - New York Times: A PRIVATE OBSESSION - April 30, 2005

Donald Macintyre - The Independent: ISRAELI PROTESTS FAIL TO BLOCK RUSSIAN ARMS SALES TO SYRIA - 29 April 2005

Staff - Haaretz: ISRAEL REJECTS PUTIN'S PLANS TO AID PALESTINIAN SECURITY FORCES - Nisan 20, 5765

Bob Herbert - New York Times: ON ABU GHRAIB, THE BIG SHOTS WALK - April 29, 2005

Eric Schmitt - New York Times: IN NEW MANUAL, ARMY LIMITS TACTICS IN INTERROGATION - April 29, 2005

Associated Press - Los Angeles Times: VATICAN PRIEST CALLED AN INFORMER - April 29, 2005

Patrick Cockburn - The Independent: AFTER THREE MONTHS OF WRANGLING, IRAQ'S NEW GOVERNMENT FINALLY TAKES SHAPE - 29 April 2005

Stephen Castle - The Independent: FLAT TAX REVOLUTION SWEEPS IN FROM EASTERN EUROPE - 29 April 2005

Andrew Osborn - The Independent: CRACKS IN DECAYING SHELL OF CHERNOBYL REACTOR THREATEN SECOND DISASTER - 29 April 2005

David Brooks - New York Times: MOURNING MOTHER RUSSIA - April 29, 2005

Ian Fisher - New York Times: IN SIX LANGUAGES, BENEDICT XVI GETS COMFORTABLE WITH HIS AUDIENCE - April 28, 2005

Ewen MacAskill - The Guardian: HANS BLIX: THEY SHOULD HAVE LISTENED - 28 April 2005

Colin Brown - The Independent: BLAIR ACCUSED OF 'GROSS DECEPTION' AS GOLDSMITH'S ADVICE IS PUBLISHED - 28 April 2005

Staff - REUTERS: BUSH TAKEN TO BUNKER AFTER AIRSPACE SCARE - Why not keep him in a bunker permanently? It would be perfect training for his future incarceration by the International Criminal Court for war crimes and crimes against humanity...On the other hand, that may be a litlle risky now that the Israeli war criminals, his dearest allies, will receive their own "bunker-busting" bombs made in the U.S.A....- April 28, 2005

Maureen Dowd - New York Times: U.N. LEASH WOOLY BULLY BOLTON - April 28, 2005

REUTERS - Haaretz: PENTAGON PROPOSES BUNKER BOMB SALE TO ISRAEL - The preparations for bombing Iran are proceeding as planned. There are no bunkers left in the West Bank...- April 27, 2005

Donald Macintyre - The Independent: ISRAELI SETTLERS POISONING OUR SHEEP, SAY WEST BANK FARMERS - 27 April 2005

Peter Popham and Andrew Buncombe - The Independent: OUTRAGE IN ITALY AS U.S. CLEARS TROOPS WHO KILLED AGENT ESCORTING FREED HOSTAGE - 27 April 2005

Elisabeth Rosenthal - New York Times: ANTICIPATING REPORT ON BAGHDAD SHOOTING, U.S. - ITALY TENSION RISES - April 27, 2005

Demetri Sevastolulo - Financial Times Times: U.S. TEAM CONCLUDES SADDAM HAD NO WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION - April 27, 2005

Simon Jeffery - The Guardian: NO, THEY'RE NOT IN SYRIA EITHER - 27 April 2005

Robert Fisk - The Independent: LEBANON'S HOLLOW VICTORY - April 27, 2005

Staff and agencies - The Guardian: CEREMONY MARKS DEPARTURE OF LAST SYRIAN TROOPS - 27 April 2005

Douglas Jehl - New York Times: EX-OFFICIALS SAY BOLTON INFLATED SYRIAN DANGER - April 27, 2005

James Mann - Financial Times: THE NEXT GENERATION SEEKS A MORE DIPLOMATIC U.S. - April 27, 2005

Jack Hitt - Los Angeles Times: JESUS WAS NO G.O.P. LOBBYIST - April 27, 2005

Nicholas D. Kristof - New York Times: NORTH KOREA, 6, AND BUSH, 0 - April 27, 2005

Elisabeth Rosenthal - New York Times: POPE BENEDICT REACHES OUT TO MOSLEMS - April 26, 2005

Bob Herbert - New York Times: THE AGONY OF WAR - April 26, 2005

Simon Tisdall - The Guardian: REBELLION IN THE BACKYARD PUTS PARANOID MOSCOW ON THE DEFENSIVE - 26 April 2005

Steven Lee Myers - New York Times: PROTEST IN URALS SEEKING OUSTER OF A PUTIN ALLY - April 26, 2005

Andrew Osborn - The Independent: PUTIN: COLLAPSE OF THE SOVIET UNION WAS 'CATASTROPHE OF THE CENTURY' - 26 April 2005

Editorial - The Guardian: PUTIN'S WAY - 26 April 2005

Nick Paton Walsh - The Guardian: PUTIN BANGS DRUM FOR RUSSIA'S CIVILISING MISSION - 26 April 2005

Paul Krugman - New York Times: THE OBLIVIOUS RIGHT - April 26, 2005

POPE BENEDICT XVI - The Independent: ' I MUST ASSUME THIS TASK WHICH EXCEEDS ALL HUMAN CAPACITY ' - 25 April 2005

Philip Pullella and Crispian Balmer - REUTERS: POPE URGES WORLD TO FIND GOD - April 25, 2005

Peter Popham - The Independent: PRAY FOR ME, SAYS POPE AT MASS IN SAINT PETERS'S SQUARE - 25 April 2005

Laurie Goldstein - New York Times: AT INSTALLATION MASS, NEW POPE STRIKES A TONE OF OPENNESS - April 25, 2005

Daniel J. Wakin - New York Times: MEMORY OF JOHN PAUL II SURROUNDS INSTALLATION - April 25, 2005

Richard Boudreaux and Maria de Cristofaro - Los Angeles Times: GERMANS KEEP A LOW PROFILE AS POPE IS INSTALLED - April 25, 2005

Jeffrey Fleishman - Los Angeles Times: POPE JOURNEYED FROM REFORMER TO ENFORCER - April 25, 2005

Richard Bernstein, Daniel J. Wakin and Mark Landler - New York Times: TURBULENCE ON CAMPUS IN 1960'S HARDENED VIEWS OF FUTURE POPE - April 25, 2005

Ching-Ching Ni - Los Angeles Times: CATHOLICS IN CHINA LONG FOR CONNECTIONS TO VATICAN - April 25, 2005

John Hooper and Stephen Bates - The Guardian: ARCHBISHOP WILLIAMS TO MEET NEW POPE TODAY - 25 April 2005

David Johnston - New York Times: RIGHTS GROUP CITES RUMSFELD AND TENET IN REPORT ON ABUSE - April 25, 2005

Nick Meo - The Independent: U.N. INVESTIGATOR WHO EXPOSED U.S. ARMY ABUSE FORCED OUT OF HIS JOB - 25 April 2005

Svetlana Alexievich - The Guardian: LAND OF THE DEAD - 25 April 2005

Associated Press - The Guardian: POPE PLEDGES MEDIA OPENNESS - 24 April 2005

Tracy Wilkinson - Los Angeles Times: CARDINALS PLEDGE THEIR SUPPORT TO POPE BENEDICT - April 24, 2005

Mark Lawson - The Guardian: HOLIER THAN THOU - 24 April 2005

Laurie Goldstein - New York Times: POPE HAS GAINED INSIGHT TO ADDRESS ABUSE, AIDES SAY - April 24, 2005

Eric Schmitt - New York Times: FOUR TOP OFFICERS CLEARED BY ARMY IN PRISON ABUSES - April 24, 2005

Will Dunham - REUTERS: U.S. GENERAL IN ABU GHRAIB SCANDAL CLEARED - April 24, 2005

Associated Press - The Guardian: U.S. ARMY CLEARS TOP BRASS OVER ABUSE CHARGES - 24 April 2005

Robert F. Worth and Richard A. Oppel Jr. - New York Times: KURDS LEADERS SAID TO ATTEMPT TO BLOCK SHIITE - April 24, 2005

Jane Barrett - REUTERS: POPE VOWS TO SERVE HIS CHURCH - April 23, 2005

Hugh Williamson and Tony Barber - Financial Times: SERVANT OF A CHANGING CHURCH - April 23, 2005

Quentin Peel - Financial Times: EUROPE'S HEALTHY RELIGIOUS TENSION - April 23, 2005

Polly Curtis - The Guardian: LECTURERS VOTE FOR ISRAELI BOYCOTT - 23 April 2005

Tyler Marshall - Los Angeles Times: RICE MEETS BELARUS OPPOSITION FIGURES - April 23, 2005

Associated Press - New York Times: SOLDIER CONVICTED IN DEADLY ATTACK ON HIS CAMP - April 23, 2005

Rupert Cornwell - The Independent: POWELL JOINS CRITICS OF 'PROBLEMATIC' BUSH CHOICE FOR U. N. AMBASSADOR - 23 April 2005

Jonathan Chait - Los Angeles Times: MOUTHING THE G.O.P. WORDS - April 23, 2005

Daniel J. Wakin - New York Times: NEW POPE REAPPOINTS TOP VATICAN OFFICIALS - April 22, 2005

Brian Murphy - Associated Press: NEW POPE KEEPS VATICAN HIERARCHY INTACT - April 22, 2005

Sebastian Rotella, Richard Boudreaux and Geraldine Baum - Los Angeles Times: GROUNDSWELL SWEPT RATZINGER INTO OFFICE - April 22, 2005

Jeffrey Fleishman - Los Angeles Times: BAVARIAN TOWN EXCITED ABOUT FAMOUS SON - April 22, 2005

Editorial - The Independent: A BURDEN OF HISTORY THAT NEEDS TO BE LIFTED - April 22, 2005

Donald Macintyre - The Independent: SHARON VOWS TO DEFY BUSH OVER EXPANSION OF ISRAELI SETTLEMENTS - 22 April 2005

Bob Herbert - New York Times: FOR MARLA, NO SACRIFICE TOO GREAT - April 22, 2005

Patrick Cockburn - The Independent: FRESH BLOODSHED ROCKS IRAQ AS REBELS SET SIGHTS ON ALLAWI - 22 April 2005

Helen Pidd - The Guardian: WE MARCHED THEN...BUT WHAT NOW? - 22 April 2005

Paul Krugman - New York Times: PASSING THE BUCK - April 22, 2005

Pope Benedict XVI - The Independent: AGAINST MY EXPECTATION, DIVINE PROVIDENCE HAS CALLED ME - 21 April 2005

Laurie Goldstein and Ian Fisher - New York Times: POPE BENEDICT SETS OUT PAPAL GOALS IN FIRST PUBLIC MASS - April 21, 2005

Tracy Wilkinson - Los Angeles Times: POPE BENEDICT XVI PUTS EMPHASIS ON UNITY - April 21, 2005

Agencies - The Guardian: POPE FEELS 'TURMOIL' OVER NEW JOB - 21 April 2005

Duncan Campbell - The Guardian: CHOICE OF NAME HINTS AT ANTI-WAR STANCE - 21 April 2005

Madeleine Bunting - The Guardian: HE'S THINKING WHAT THEY'RE THINKING - 21 April 2005

Editorial - The Independent: WAR, INTEGRITY AND A QUESTION OF MR. BLAIR'S JUDGEMENT - April 21, 2005

Ian Fisher and Laurie Goldstein - New York Times: CARDINALS CHOOSE A CLOSE AID TO JOHN PAUL II TO LEAD CHURCH - April 20, 2005

Tracy Wilkinson - Los Angeles Times: CARDINALS PICK JOSEPH RATZINGER FOR POPE - April 20, 2005

Harold James - Financial Times: A POPE DEVOTED TO A DIALOGUE ON VALUES - April 20, 2005

Timothy Williams - New York Times: LAST POPE BENEDICT FOCUSED ON ENDING WORLD WAR I - April 20, 2005

Stephen Bates and John Hooper - The Guardian: PROFILE: JOSEPH RATZINGER - 20 April 2005

Catherine Pepinster - The Independent: A GERMAN POPE CHOSEN TO SAVE EUROPE - 20 April 2005

Stephen Bates - The Guardian: UNBENDING THINKER WILL GUARD AGAINST CHANGE - 20 April 2005

Andrew Buncombe - The Independent: AID WORKER UNCOVERED AMERICA'S SECRET TALLY OF IRAQI CIVILIAN DEATHS - 20 April 2005

Laura King - Los Angeles Times: ISRAEL TO ADD TO WEST BANK SETTLEMENT - April 20, 2005

Tom Parfitt and Suzanne Goldenberg - The Guardian: RICE SETS CHILLY ATMOSPHERE FOR KREMLIN TALKS- 20 April 2005

John Hooper and Stephen Bates- The Guardian: FIRST BALLOT FAILS TO PICK NEW POPE - 19 April 2005

Daniel J. Wakin and Ian Fisher - New York Times: CARDINALS BEGIN CONCLAVE TO ELECT A NEW POPE - April 19, 2005

Tracy Wilkinson and Richard Boudreaux - Los Angeles Times: CARDINALS ENTER SISTINE CHAPEL, CONCLAVE UNDERWAY - April 19, 2005

Patrick Cockburn and Andrew Buncombe - The Independent: THE SENSELESS DEATH OF THE WOMAN WHO FOUGHT GEORGE BUSH - 19 April 2005

Patrick Cockburn - The Independent: SHE WAS DOING SOMETHIMNG THE U.S. WAR MACHINE SAID WAS BEYOND ITS POWER - April 19, 2005

Editorial - The Independent: A LEGACY THAT PUTS SO MANY TO SHAME - April 19, 2005

Steven Erlanger - New York Times: ISRAEL, ON ITS OWN, IS SHAPING THE BORDERS OF THE WEST BANK - April 19, 2005

Donald Macintyre - The Independent: SHARON MAY POSTPONE GAZA WITHDRAWAL - 19 April 2005

Bob Herbert - New York Times: A RADICAL IN THE WHITE HOUSE - April 19, 2005

Paul Krugman - New York Times: A WHIFF OF STAGFLATION - April 19, 2005

Barry Moody - REUTERS: CARDINALS TO BEGIN CONCLAVE TO ELECT NEW POPE - April 18, 2005

Peter Popham - The Independent: POPE'S 'ENFORCER' HEADS FIELD AS ELECTION BEGINS - 18 April 2005

Stephen Bates and John Hooper - The Guardian: RATZINGER IS FRONTRUNNER AS CARDINALS START ELECTION OF POPE - 18 April 2005

Tony Barber - Financial Times: A DECISION THAT WILL AFFECT THE WORLD - April 18, 2005

Robert F. Worth - New York Times: SENT TO RESCUE SHIITE HOSTAGES, IRAQI TROOPS FIND NONE - April 18, 2005

Paul Richter and Mark Mazzetti - Los Angeles Times: IRAQI LEADERS FLEXING THEIR MUSCLES - April 18, 2005

Dr. Rowan Williams - The Independent: A PLANET ON THE BRINK - 18 April 2005

Francis Elliott - The Independent: ARCHBISHOP CALLS ON VOTERS TO THINK GREEN - 18 April 2005

Philip Pullella and Claudia Parsons - REUTERS: CARDINALS SET TO CHOOSE POPE'S SUCCESSOR - April 17, 2005

Laurie Goldstein and Ian Fisher - New York Times: CARDINALS ALIGN AS TIME NEARS TO SELECT POPE - April 17, 2005

Robyn Dixon - Los Angeles Times: AFRICAN CATHOLICS SEEK A VOICE TO MATCH THEIR GROWING STRENGTH - April 17, 2005

Daniel J. Wakin - New York Times: CARDINALS END PRE-CONCLAVE TALKS - April 17, 2005

Laurie Goldstein - New York Times: YOUNG CATHOLICS SEEK TO RESTORE OLD VALUES ON SEX - April 17, 2005

David Keys and Nicholas Pyke - The Independent: DECODED AT LAST: THE 'CLASSICAL HOLY GRAIL' THAT MAY REWRITE THE HISTORY OF THE WORLD - 17 April 2005

Patrick Cockburn - The Independent: 150 HOSTAGES AND 19 DEATHS LEAVES U.S. CLAIMS OF IRAQI 'PEACE' IN TATTERS - 17 April 2005

Suzanne Goldenberg - The Guardian: ANNAN SAYS U.S. AND U.K. ALLOWED IRAQI OIL SCAM - 17 April 2005

James Glanz - New York Times: ARMS EQUIPMENT PLUNDERED IN 2003 IS SURFACING IN IRAQ - April 17, 2005

Associated Press - New York Times: DETAINEES ESCAPE FROM U.S. MILITARY CAMP - April 17, 2005

Richard McGregor - Financial Times: POISON IN THE SINO-JAPANESE RELATIONSHIP - April 17, 2005

Cass R. Sunstein - Los Angeles Times: LATEST ASSAULT ON JUDGES THREATENS RULE OF LAW - April 17, 2005

Editorial - Los Angeles Times: SCAPEGOAT, MADE IN CHINA - April 17, 2005

Maureen Dowd - New York Times: F.D.R.'S 'GORGEOUS HUSSY' - April 17, 2005

Editorial - The Guardian: ACROSS THE DEVELOPING WORLD CATHOLIC FAITHFUL VOICE THEIR HOPES OF THE NEXT PONTIFF - 16 April 2005

Alexander Chancellor - The Guardian: GUIDE TO THE AGE - 16 April 2005

Jason Horowitz - New York Times: ITALIANS FEEL THEY NEED THE NEXT PAPACY FOR THEMSELVES - April 16, 2005

Donald Macintyre - The Independent: GAZA ENVOY SEEKS AGREEMENT ON SETTLERS' HOMES - 16 April 2005

David McNeill - The Independent: PANICKED CHINA REINS IN RIOTERS AS ANTI-JAPANESE PROTESTS SPREAD - 16 April 2005

Jonathan Watts - The Guardian: A BLOODY REVOLT IN A TINY VILLAGE CHALLENGES THE RULERS OF CHINA - 16 April 2005

Isabel Hilton - The Guardian: WHEN THE SAFETY VALVE BLOWS - 16 April 2005

Thomas L. Friedman - New York Times: BUSH DISARMS, UNILATERALLY - April 16, 2005

Paul Krugman - New York Times: THE MEDICAL MONEY PIT - April 16, 2005

James Dao - New York Times: A TRAIL OF PAIN FROM A BOTCHED ATTACK IN IRAQ IN 2003 - April 16, 2005

Douglas Jehl - New York Times: BOLTON'S PRESSURE ON C.I.A. ANALYST ANGERED COLLEAGUES - April 16, 2005

Mark Turner and Stephen Fidler - Financial Times: JOHN BOLTON: AN ASSERTIVE NATIONALIST - April 16, 2005

Adrian Hamilton - The Independent: ARIEL SHARON'S CHUTZPAH - April 15, 2005

Donald Macintyre - The Independent: ISRAEL CLEARS OFFICER OF KILLING JOURNALIST WHO HAD WHITE FLAG - 15 April 2005

Patrick Cockburn - The Independent: IRAQ'S NORTHERN CAPITAL STALKED BY SUICIDE BOMBERS - 15 April 2005

Joel Brinkley - New York Times: CLOSER LOOK AT FALLUJA FINDS REBUILDING IS SLOW - April 15, 2005

Timothy Garton Ash - Los Angeles Times: THE SULTANATE OF EUROPE - April 15, 2005

Neil Buckley - Financial Times: PUTIN MISSES A CHANCE FOR ECONOMIC REFORM - April 15, 2005

Fang Xinghai - Financial Times: CHINA NEEDS ITS DOMESTIC CAPITAL MARKET - April 15, 2005

Tony Paterson - The Independent: THE BONE HUNTER OF BERLIN - 15 April 2005

Daniel J. Wakin - New York Times: ACCLAIMING JOHN PAUL AS A SAINT GAINS ADVOCATES IN HIGH PLACES - April 14, 2005

Associated Press - New York Times: THOUSANDS VISIT POPE JOHN PAUL II'S TOMB - April 14, 2005

Jeffrey Fleishman - Los Angeles Times: WHO THE NEXT POPE WILL BE IS UP FOR SPECULATION - April 14, 2005

Editorial - Haaretz: THE BORDERS WERE MARKED IN TEXAS - LES JEUX SONT FAITS, RIEN NE VA PLUS! The dozens of U.N. resolutions? The historic rights of the Palestinians? This is "justice for goim" according to the Talmud...- Nisan 5, 5765

Yuval Yoaz - Haaretz: VANUNU, ON TRIAL FOR VIOLATING PAROLE, BLASTS 'SHAMEFUL' ISRAEL - Nisan 5, 5765

Neil A. Lewis - New York Times: GUANTÁNAMO DETAINEE'S SUIT SAYS PRISON GUARDS BEAT HIM - April 14, 2005

Robert Fisk - The Independent: LEBANON DELAYS ITS ELECTION DESPITE U.S. DEMANDS - April 14, 2005

Peter Ackerman and Michael Ledeen - Los Angeles Times: SAY YOU WANT A REVOLUTION - April 14, 2005

Jim Yardley - New York Times: THOUSANDS OF CHINESE VILLAGERS PROTEST FACTORY POLLUTION - April 14, 2005

Robert Scheer - Los Angeles Times: THE POPE PLEADED. WE DIDN'T LISTEN. - April 13, 2005

Associated Press - New York Times: CARDINALS DISCUSS CHURCH FINANCES - April 13, 2005

John Tierney - New York Times: THE SMART MONEY - April 13, 2005

Terry Jones - The Guardian: LET THEM EAT BOMBS - 13 April 2005

Jonathan Steele - The Guardian: DON'T BE FOOLED BY THE SPIN ON IRAQ - 13 April 2005

Nick Meo - The Independent: U.S. MERCENARIES SPILL BLOOD OVER AFGHAN OPIUM - 13 April 2005

Jeffrey Fleishman - Los Angeles Times: MAN'S CLAIM MAY BE A LOOK AT DARK SIDE OF WAR ON TERROR - April 13, 2005

David Kaczynski - Los Angeles Times: DEATH PENALTY TURNAROUND - April 13, 2005

Nicholas D. Kristof - New York Times: A SLAP IN THE FACE - April 13, 2005

Associated Press - New York Times: ARCHBISHOP DISCUSSES SAINTHOOD FOR POPE - April 12, 2005

Suzanne Goldenberg - The Guardian: U.S. DRESSING DOWN(???) FOR SHARON - Don't hold your breath! - 12 April 2005

Patrick Cockburn - The Independent: ON THE GROUND, CONFLICTING SIGNALS OF A NATION'S FUTURE - 12 April 2005

Julian Borger - The Guardian: DEMOCRATS TRY TO BLOCK BUSH'S MAN FOR U.N. JOB - 12 April 2005

Paul Krugman - New York Times: AILING HEALTH CARE - April 12, 2005

Nirmala George - Los Angeles Times: INDIA, CHINA AGREE TO FORM PARTNERSHIP - April 12, 2005

Eric Jozsef et Marc Semo - Libération: "UNE BELLE MESSE, UNE IMMENSE PAIX" - 11 Avril 2005

Peter Beaumont - The Observer: NOW THE SEARCH BEGINS - 11 April 2005

Peter Beaumont - The Observer: KISS OF PEACE, HANDSHAKE FROM HELL - 11 April 2005

Yossi Beilin - Haaretz: IF BUSH IS REALLY SERIOUS - April 11, 2005

Patrick Cockburn - The Independent: STOP KILLING IRAQIS, NATIONALISTS WARN RELIGIOUS FANATICS - 11 April 2005

T. Christian Miller - Los Angeles Times: MILLIONS SAID GOING TO WASTE IN IRAQ UTILITIES - April 11, 2005

Edmund Sanders - Los Angeles Times: LIVID IRAQI PROTESTERS TELL U.S. TO GET OUT - April 11, 2005

Peter Popham - The Independent: SHOW OF DEVOTION SWAYS CARDINALS' CHOICE - 10 April 2005

Laurie Goldstein and Daniel J. Wakin - New York Times: CARDINALS SAY POPE MUST BE COMMUNICATOR - April 10, 2005

Lucy Lethbridge - The Independent: ROME CLEARS UP AFTER THE MILLIONS WHO CAME TO TAKE PART IN A PIECE OF HISTORY - 10 April 2005

Frank Rich - New York Times: A CULTURE OF DEATH, NOT LIFE - April 10, 2005

Donald Macintyre - The Independent: ISRAELI FORCES KILL THREE PALESTINIAN BOYS - 10 April 2005

Andrew Buncombe - The Independent: U.S. 'SMUGGLES WOUNDED TROOPS HOME' UNDER COVER OF DARKNESS - 10 April 2005

Steve Bloomfield - The Independent: SAUDIS EXECUTE SIX MEN WITHOUT SENTENCE - 10 April 2005

Nicholas D. Kristof - New York Times: LET FATHERS BE FATHERS - April 10, 2005

John Hooper - The Guardian: THE FINAL FAREWELL - 10 April 2005

PA - The Independent: SEA OF MOURNERS BID FAREWELL WITH TEARS AND CHEERS - 10 April 2005

Tony Barber - Financial Times: POPE BURIED IN ROME BEFORE GLOBAL AUDIENCE - April 10, 2005

Richard Boudreaux - Los Angeles Times: MOVEMENT FOR POPE'S SWIFT CANONIZATION GATHERS STEAM - April 10, 2005

Editorial - The Guardian: POLE OF POLES - 10 April 2005

Associated Press - New York Times: TENS OF THOUSANDS OF SHIITES STAGE ANTI-U.S. RALLY IN BAGHDAD - April 10, 2005

Donald Macintyre - The Independent: OUTRAGED PALESTINIANS DEMAND END TO EVICTIONS - 10 April 2005

Robert Fisk - The Independent: AT LAST, IT IS TIME TO COMMEMORATE THE END OF ONE MIDDLE EAST CONFLICT - April 10, 2005

T. Christian Miller - Los Angeles Times: PROJECTS IN IRAQ TO BE REEVALUATED - April 10, 2005

Nicholas D. Kristof - New York Times: NUKES ARE GREEN - April 10, 2005

David Brooks - New York Times: REINING IN THE G.O.P.'S PARADE - April 10, 2005

Ian Fisher and David Rampe - New York Times: A HUGE THRONG GIVES WAVES OF APPLAUSE TO A BELOVED POPE - April 9, 2005

Associated Press - New York Times: THE POPE'S FUNERAL HOMILY - April 9, 2005

PA - The Independent: MILLIONS MOURN POPE IN HISTORY'S LARGEST FUNERAL - 9 April 2005

Associated Press - The Independent: IN KRAKOW, 800,000 GATHER TO MOURN A NATIONAL HERO - 9 April 2005

Tracy Wilkinson and Richard Boudreaux - Los Angeles Times: MILLIONS BID FAREWELL AT POPE JOHN PAUL II'S FUNERAL - April 9, 2005

Jeffrey Fleishman and Laura King - Los Angeles Times: TIDAL WAVE OF PILGRIMS CRESTS IN ROME - April 9, 2005

Editorial - Haaretz: HIGH ALERT ON TEMPLE MOUNT - Adar2 29, 5765

Bob Herbert - New York Times: BLACK, DEAD AND INVISIBLE - April 9, 2005

Editorial - Los Angeles Times: THE LAST-DITCH EXCUSE - April 9, 2005

Associated Press - New York Times: TEXT OF POPE'S LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT - April 8, 2005

Sidney Blumenthal - The Guardian: POLITICS IN RED ROBES - The sight of the two despicable war criminals, Bush Sr. and Jr., in Basilica di San Pietro was a deliberate provocation, an outrageous insult to the hundreds of millions of peace-loving people who were rendering their final homage (l'ultimo abbraccio) to the greatest spiritual and moral leader in modern history... - 8 April 2005

Ian Fisher - New York Times: HOMAGE TO POPE CONTINUES AS OFFICIALS TRY TO MANAGE CROWD - April 8, 2005

Jack Khouri - Haaretz: ORTHODOX ARAB LEADERS DEMAND PATRIARCH'S RESIGNATION - Adar2 28, 5765

Yitzhak Laor - Haaretz: ISRAELI RACISM BY ANY OTHER NAME - Adar2 28, 5765

Editorial - Haaretz: ERADICATE ISRAELI RACISM IN THE STANDS - Adar2 28, 5765

Patrick Cockburn - The Independent: CEREMONIAL GAFFE MARS APPOINTMENT OF IRAQI PRIME MINISTER - 8 April 2005

Kim Sengupta - The Independent: INTELLIGENCE OFFICIALS SAY IRAQ CLAIMS WERE UNTRUE - 8 April 2005

Douglas Jehl and Steven E. Weisman - New York Times: BUSH NOMINEE FOR U.N. POST FACES HURDLES - April 8, 2005

Margaret Carlson - New York Times: IN BUSHWORLD, THE TRUTH HURTS - April 8, 2005

Maureen Dowd - New York Times: THE PASSION OF THE TOM - April 8, 2005

Peter Popham - The Independent: PRESIDENTS KNEEL AND PRAY BEFORE THE POPE - 7 April 2005

Laura King - Los Angeles Times: CARDINALS SET APRIL 18 DATE FOR CONCLAVE - April 7, 2005

Angela Doland - Los Angeles Times: OFFICIALS TO STOP LINE TO SEE POPE'S BODY - April 7, 2005

Giuliano Amato and Harold Brown - Financial Times: SIX ATTAINABLE TRANSATLANTIC GOALS - April 7, 2005

Daniel Gros - Financial Times: EUROPE NEEDS THE SINGLE MARKET IN SERVICES - April 7, 2005

Victor Mallet - Financial Times: FEARS OF ATTACK ON TAIWAN INCREASE - April 7, 2005

Patrick Cockburn - The Independent: TALABANI LEADS RENAISSANCE OF IRAQI KURDS - 7 April 2005

Rupert Cornwell - The Independent: REPUBLICAN CONGRESS LEADER 'PAID LOBBYING MONEY TO HIS FAMILY' - 7 April 2005

Ian Traynor and Stephen Bates - The Guardian: TWO MILLION POLES LEAD PILGRIMAGE TO POE'S FUNERAL - 6 April 2005

Agencies - The Guardian: 500,000 ARRIVE TO SEE POPE - 6 April 2005

Daniel Wakin and Ian Fisher - New York Times: HUGE CROWDS OF PILGRIMS CONVERGE ON THE VATICAN - April 6, 2005

Agencies - The Guardian: SWISS WATCHERS - 6 April 2005

Associated Press - New York Times: POPE'S MYSTERY CARDINAL COULD BE REVEALED - April 6, 2005

Lydia Polgreen and Larry Rohter - New York Times: THIRD WORLD REPRESENTS A NEW FACTOR IN POPE'S SUCCESSION - April 6, 2005

Associated Press - Haaretz: ISRAELI TROOPS BEAT, ARREST PALESTINIAN AUTHORITY OFFICERS IN HRBRON - Adar2 26, 5765

Peter Popham - The Independent: BERLUSCONI SUFFERS LOCAL ELECTION WIPEOUT - 6 April 2005

Paul Krugman - New York Times: AN ACADEMIC QUESTION - April 6, 2005

Robert Scheer - Los Angeles Times: BUSH THREW US A 'CURVEBALL' - April 6, 2005

Martin Wolf - Financial Times: E.U. NEEDS LABOR AND WELFARE REFORM - April 6, 2005

John Thornhill - Financial Times: FRENCH FOLLIES UNDERMINE E.U. CONSTITUTION - April 6, 2005

Timothy Garton Ash - The Guardian: THE FIRST WORLD LEADER - 5 April 2005

James Sturcke - The Guardian: POPE'S BODY BORNE TO ST. PETERS'S - 5 April 2005

Ian Fisher and Terence Neilan - New York Times: POPE'S FUNERAL SET FOR FRIDAY - April 5, 2005

Laurie Goldstein - New York Times: NEXT POPE FACES CONCERNS OVER POVERTY, ISLAM, TECHNOLOGY - April 5, 2005

Editorial - Los Angeles Times: A TRANSFORMED POLAND LOOKS TO A FUTURE WITHOUT ITS HERO - April 5, 2005

Donald Macintyre and Eric Silver - The Independent: SHARON DEFIES INTERNATIONAL OBJECTIONS BY ALLOWING 3,500 NEW HOMES ON WEST BANK - 5 April 2005

Donald Macintyre - The Independent: ISRAELI PLAN TO SAVE CASH BY DUMPING WASTE NEAR WATER SUPPLY - 5 April 2005

Anne Penketh - The Independent: CHINA LEADS DEATH LIST AS NUMBER OF EXECUTIONS AROUND THE WORLD SOARS - 5 April 2005

Anne Penketh - The Independent: WHERE BEING A CHRISTIAN LEADS TO PRISON AND TORTURE - 5 April 2005

Editorial - Los Angeles Times: THE FADING OF KOFI ANAN - April 5, 2005

Editorial - Los Angeles Times: FENCES AROUND THE INTERNET - April 5, 2005

Danuel Howden and Elinda Labropoulou - The Independent: DEATH TOLL OF MIGRANTS RISES AT EUROPE'S BACK DOOR - 5 April 2005

Andrew Buncombe - The Independent: NAKAI PLATEAY: DAMNED TO OBLIVION - 5 April 2005

Philip Pullella and Crispian Balmer - REUTERS: POPE'S BODY LAID OUT IN VATICAN - April 4, 2005

Editorial - The Independent: POPE JOHN PAUL II - 4 April 2005

Editorial - The Guardian: A POPE FOR OUR TIMES - 4 April 2005

Cristina Odone - The Guardian: THE MAN IN WHITE WHO CHANGED THE WORLD - 4 April 2005

Peter Popham - The Independent: IN THE ROMAN SUN, THE CULT OF JOHN PAUL II IS BORN - 4 April 2005

Bruce Anderson - The Independent: HE WON THE BATTLE AGAINST COMMUNISM BUT NOT THE FIGHT AGAINST MODERNITY - April 4, 2005

Danielle Demetriou - The Independent: WORLD LEADERS OF ALL FAITHS PAY TRIBUTE TO A 'HERO OF AGES' - 4 April 2005

Agenzie - La Repubblica: IL RICORDO DI DALAI LAMA - 4 Aprile 2005

John Phillips - The Independent: TWO MILLION MOURNERS EXPECTED AT BIGGEST EVER STATE FUNERAL - 4 April 2005

Richard Boudreaux - Los Angeles Times: INNOVATOR REVISED PAPACY - April 4, 2005

William J. Broad - New York Times: A FIERCE DEBATE ON ATOM BOMBS FROM COLD WAR - April 4, 2005

Scott Shane and David E. Sanger - New York Times: DAILY INTELLIGENCE BRIEFINGS ARE VAGUE, OFFICIALS SAY - April 4, 2005

HIS HOLINESS JOHN PAUL II DIED ON SATURDAY APRIL 2, 2005 AT 21:37 CET. REQUIESCAT IN PACEM!

REUTERS - Los Angeles Times: WORLD LEADERS PRAISE POPE AS FORCE FOR PEACE - April 3, 2005

Editorial - New York Times: JOHN PAUL II, KEEPER OF THE FAITH - April 3, 2005

Frank Bruni - New York Times: RESHAPING A CHURCH WITH VITALITY AND AMBITION - April 3, 2005

Jodi Wilgoren - New York Times: GLOBAL FLOCK BRACES FOR THE LOSS OF ITS SHEPHERD - April 3, 2005

Associated Press - Los Angeles Times: INSURGENTS ATTACK ABU GHRAIB PRISON - April 3, 2005

Maureen Dowd - New York Times: CURVEBALL THE GOOFBALL - April 3, 2005

David Brooks - New York Times: THE ART OF INTELLIGENCE - April 3, 2005

Scott Shane - New York Times: C.I.A. ANSWERS CRITICISM WITH PLEDGE TO DO BETTER - April 3, 2005

Matthew L. Wald - New York Times: E-MAILS REVEAL FRAUD IN NUCLEAR SITE STUDY - April 3, 2005

Philip Stephens - Financial Times: U.S. YET TO ACCOMODATE CHINA'S RISE - 3 April 2005

John Reed - Financial Times: ECHOS OF EASTERN EUROPE ON HARARE'S STREETS - 3 April 2005

Nicholas D. Kristof - New York Times: ANOTHER KIND OF RACISM - April 3, 2005

Agenzie - La Repubblica: IL PAPA HA PERSO CONOSCENZA. "NON CI SONO PIÙ SPERANZE" - 2 Aprile 2005

Peter Popham - The Independent: THE FADING OF THE LIGHT - 2 April 2005

Agencies - The Guardian: WORLD PRAYS FOR POPE'S RECOVERY - 2 April 2005

Mark Oliver and Sarah Left - The Guardian: POPE'S CONDITION WORSENS - 2 April 2005

Robert Fisk - The Independent: THE U.S. FORCES ARE PRISONERS IN THEIR OWN FORTRESSES - 2 April 2005

Bob Herbert - New York Times: WE CAN'T REMAIN SILENT - 2 April 2005

Editorial - Los Angeles Times: OH, THAT POLITICIZATION - 2 April 2005

Todd S. Purdum - New York Times: A FINAL VERDICT ON PREWAR INTELLIGENCE IS STILL ELUSIVE - 2 April 2005

David Barstow - New York Times: DOUBTS ON SOURCE FOR KEY PIECE OF DATA WERE SUPPRESSED, REPORT SAYS - 2 April 2005

Robert Carlin - Los Angeles Times: SPOOKS AND THE ART OF THE DISSENTING FOOTNOTE - 2 April 2005

Richard A. Serrano - Los Angeles Times: F.B.I. TOLD IT HAS 'LONG WAY TO GO' - 2 April 2005

Scott Shane and David A. Sanger - New York Times: BUSH PANEL FINDS BIG FLAWS REMAIN IN U.S. SPY EFFORT - 2 April 2005

Jonathan Chait - Los Angeles Times: GETTING RELIGION, REPUBLICAN STYLE - 2 April 2005

Philip Pullella - REUTERS: POPE A GIANT BENT BY ILLNESS - 1 April 2005

Peter Popham - The Independent: TENSE WAIT INSIDE THE VATICAN AS THE POPE IS 'READ THE LAST RITES' - 1 April 2005

Peter Popham - The Independent: THE FINAL HOURS APPROACH FOR A TOUGH, DYNAMIC COMMUNICATOR - 1 April 2005

Rupert Cornwell - The Independent: WMD VERDICT: 'DEAD WRONG' - 1 April 2005

Rupert Cornwell - The Independent: A SAVAGE INDICTMENT OF BICKERING AND CREAKING BUREAUCRACY - 1 April 2005

David Stout - New York Times: PANEL SAYS 'DEAD WRONG' DATA OMN PREWAR IRAQ, DEMANDS OVERHAUL - April 1, 2005

THE COMMISSION ON THE INTELLIGENCE CAPABILITIES OF THE UNITED STATES REGARDING WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION - 1 April 2005

Maureen Dowd - New York Times: I SPY A SCREW-UP - April 1, 2005

Associated Press - Los Angeles Times: U.S. AGREES TO USE U.N. COURT FOR DARFUR CASES - 'Washington approves trials by International Criminal Court, which it opposes. In return, Americans are exempt from any prosecution.' - This is how we got Abu Ghraib and the tens of thousands of war crimes and crimes against humanity perpetrated by the U.S. barbarians in Afghanistan, Iraq and elsewhere. The U.S. government is the head of international terrorism and MUST be brought to justice (yes, in front of the International Criminal Court in The Hague!) by all possible means. Fiat justitia, pereat mundus!- April 1, 2005

Tracy Wilkinson - Los Angeles Times: AILING POPE BEING FED THROUGH TUBE - March 31, 2005

John C. Danforth - New York Times: IN THE NAME OF POLITICS - March 31, 2005

Suzanne Goldenberg - The Guardian: BUSH IS HOSTAGE TO RELIGIOUS RIGHT, SAYS TOP REPUBLICAN - 31 March 2005

Donald Macintyre - The Independent: PALESTINIAN WOMEN 'HAVE SUFFERED MOST IN INTIFADA' - 31 March 2005

Warren Hoge - New York Times: PANEL SAYS ANNAN DIDN'T INTERVENE IN IRAQ CONTRACT - March 31, 2005

Adrian Hamilton - The Independent: WHY A WOUNDED KOFI ANNAN SUITS THE U.S. - 31 March 2005

Mark Mazover - Financial Times: THE WEST NEEDS A NEWS SENSE OF SELF - 31 March 2005

Sarah Murray - Financial Times: PARTNERSHIPS THAT PROFIT THE POOR - 31 March 2005

Edward Wong - New York Times: DELAY POSSIBLE IN IRAQ CHARTER AS TALKS FALTER - March 31, 2005

Alissa J. Rubin - Los Angeles Times: CHAOTIC IRAQ ASSEMBLY CLOSES DOORS TO THE MEDIA - March 31, 2005

Megan K. Stack - Los Angeles Times: CASE ALLEGEDLY SHOWS U.S. PRACTICE OF SECRET ARRESTS - March 31, 2005

Matthew L. Wald - New York Times: AGENCIES FIGHT OVER REPORT ON SENSITIVE ATOMIC WASTES - March 31, 2005

Meera Selva - The Independent: MUGABE'S VOTE-RIGGING AND BRIBERY SET TO SECURE EASY VICTORY - 31 March 2005

Paul Brown - The Guardian: 320,000 WILL DIE IN CANADA'S BIGGEST SEAL CULL FOR MORE THAN 50 YEARS - 31 March 2005

Agencies - The Guardian: HUNDREDS PULLED FROM THE RUBBLE - 30 March 2005

Agencies - The Guardian: ANNAN CLEARED OVER U.N. CONTRACT BID - 30 March 2005

Mark Turner - FINANCIAL TIMES: OIL FOR FOOD PROBE CLEARS ANNAN - 30 March, 2005

Editorial - The Independent: THE WORLD SHOULD NOT BE SWAYED BY THIS CAMPAIGN OF VILIFICATION AGAINST THE U.N. - 30 March, 2005

Jonathan F. Fanton - Los Angeles Times: U.S. OBSTRUCTS GLOBAL JUSTICE - 30 March, 2005

Andrew Balls and Demetri Sevastopulo - FINANCIAL TIMES: CAN WOLFOWITZ PUT POVERTY BEFORE POLITICS? - 30 March, 2005

Mohamed el-Erian - FINANCIAL TIMES: TIME TO END FEUDAL SELECTION PROCESSES - 30 March, 2005

Yossi Sarid - Haaretz: ISRAEL IS AMONG THE HOLOCAUST DENIERS - Adar2 19, 5765

Edward Wong - New York Times: NASCENT IRAQI ASSEMBLY ADJOURNS UNTIL WEEKEND ANID BICKERING - 30 March, 2005

Alissa J. Rubin - Los Angeles Times: IRAQ'S NATIONAL ASSEMBLY MIRED IN SHOUTING MATCHES - 30 March, 2005

Robert F.Worth - New York Times: SUNNI LEADER INSISTS ON TIMETABLE FOR U.S. WITHDRAWAL - 30 March, 2005

David E. Sanger and Scott Shane - New York Times: PANEL'S REPORT ASSAILS C.I.A. FOR FAILURE ON IRAQI WEAPONS - 30 March, 2005

Paul Krugman - New York Times: WHAT'S GOING ON? - 30 March, 2005

Robert Scheer - Los Angeles Times: A CON JOB BY PAKISTAN'S PAL, GEORGE BUSH - 30 March, 2005

Justin Huggler - The Independent: MASSIVE EARTHQUAKE CAUSES PANIC IN ASIA - 29 March 2005

Editorial - Haaretz: PROVOCATION IN MA'ALEH ADUMIM - Adar2 18, 5765

Aluf Benn - Haaretz: THE BULLDOZER WON - Adar2 18, 5765

Edward Wong - New York Times: ON EVE OF NATIONAL ASSEMBLY, IRAQI PARTIES STILL LACK CONSENSUS - 29 March, 2005

Michael Howard - The Guardian: LIBERALS HIT BACK AT IRAQ'S NEW ISLAMISTS - 29 March 2005

Rorry Carroll - The Guardian: FEMALE STUDENTS IN FEAR AS SHIAS PUSH FOR HEADSCARVES - 29 March 2005

Richard Boudreaux - Los Angeles Times: IRAQ SUNNI ARABS SEEK THEIR VOICE - 29 March, 2005

John Kampfner - The Guardian: IN THE REAL WORLD, IRAQ DOES MATTER - 29 March 2005

John Alterman - Financial Times: MIDDLE EAST FREEDOM NEEDS A TRUE SHIFT - 29 March, 2005

Bob Herbert - New York Times: IS NO ONE ACCOUNTABLE? - 29 March, 2005

Associated Press - New York Times: EX-DIPLOMATS TO URGE REJECTION OF BOLTON AS U.N. AMBASSADOR - 29 March, 2005

Richard W. Stevenson - New York Times: WITH BUSH SAFELY RE-ELECTED, ROVE TURNS INTENSITY TO POLICY - 29 March, 2005

REUTERS - New York Times: PANEL TO WARN BUSH OF INTELLIGENCE-SHARING PROBLEMS - 29 March, 2005

David McNeill - The Independent: VIDEO CAPTURES NORTH KOREAN EXECUTIONS - 29 March 2005

Gideon Alon and Aluf Benn - Haaretz: PA'S ABBAS CRITICIZES ISRAEL, U.S. OVER SETTLEMENT POLICY - Adar2 17, 5765

Aluf Benn - Haaretz: SHARON: ISRAEL WILL RETAIN SETTLEMENT BLOCS - Adar2 17, 5765

Aluf Benn - Haaretz: ANALYSIS: SHARON, BUSH AND THE SETTLEMENTS - Adar2 17, 5765

Uzi Benziman - Haaretz: IMAGINED INJUSTICE AND THE DISENGAGEMENT - Adar2 17, 5765

Christelle Terreblanche - The Independent: ZIMBABWE CATHOLIC ARCHBISHOP CALLS ON NATION TO RISE AGAINST MUGABE - 28 March 2005

Mark Magnier - Los Angeles Times: ANTI-CHINA PROTESTERS INUNDATE TAIPEI - 28 March, 2005

Tim Golden - New York Times: U.S. IS EXAMINING A PLAN TO BOLSTER THE RIGHTS OF DETAINEES - 28 March, 2005

Ronald Brownstein - Financial Times: PRAGMATIC PATH TO AN IDEAL WORLD - 28 March, 2005

Stephen Moss - The Guardian: BOBBY FISCHER AND ME - 28 March 2005

Michael Handelzalts - Haaretz: THE HEBREW SCRIPT WE USE SO PROUDLY NOWADAYS, THE SQUARE SCRIPT, IS IN FACT NOT HEBREW AT ALL - Adar2 17, 5765

Victor L. Simpson - Associated Press: POPE BLESSES TOURISTS AT VATICAN ON EASTER - March 27, 2005

Agenzie - La Repubblica: VATICANO, IL PAPA SI AFFACCIA MA NON PRONUNCIA LA BENEDIZIONE - 27 Marzo, 2005

David Randall and Andrew Buncombe - The Independent: FRESH DETAILS EMERGE OF IRAQIS' ABUSE BY AMERICAN SOLDIERS - 27 March 2005

Eric Lichtblau - New York Times: NEW DETAILS ON F.B.I. AID FOR SAUDIS AFTER 9/11 - March 27, 2005

Raymond Whitaker and James Hanning - The Independent: 11 DAYS THAT LED BRITAIN TO WAR - 27 March 2005

Thomas L. Friedman - New York Times: GEO-GREENING BY EXAMPLE - March 27, 2005

Agenzie - La Repubblica: IL RITO NOTTURNO SARÀ OFFICIATO DAL CARDINALE RATZINGER. ATTESA PER LA BENEDIZIONE URBI ET ORBI - 26 Marzo, 2005

John Hooper - The Guardian: POPE TOO ILL FOR EASTER SERVICES - 26 March 2005

Nicholas D. Kristof - New York Times: WHERE FAITH THRIVES - March 26, 2005

Robert Fisk - The Independent: WHEN WEEPING FOR RELIGIOUS MARTYRS LEADS TO THE CRUCIFIXION OF INNOCENTS - March 26, 2005

Douglas Jehl - New York Times: PENTAGON WILL NOT TRY 17 G.I.'S IMPLICATED IN PRISONERS' DEATHS - Why try them? They only did what they were trained to do, i.e. TORTURE AND KILL HUMAN BEINGS. And they were promised IMPUNITY by King George W. himself, when he refused to recognize the U.N.-controlled International Criminal Court (ICC) in The Hague...- March 26, 2005

Robert F. Worth - New York Times: VITAL SIGNS OF A RUINED FALLUJA GROW STRONGER - "Falluja is safe," said Hadima Khalifa Abed, 42, who returned to her ruined home in January with her husband and 10 children. "But it is safe like a prison." - March 26, 2005

T. Christian Miller - Los Angeles Times: CONVOY UNPREPARED FOR LAST, FATAL RUN - March 26, 2005

Kim Murphy - Los Angeles Times: RUSSIA FUMBLES, AND FORMER SPHERE OF INFLUENCE DEFLATES - March 26, 2005

Nathan Guttman - Haaretz: PENTAGON ANALYST FRANKLIN RETURNS TO WORK - It stands to reason! Spying for Israel is not a crime in America, but a very efficient way of getting ahead in U.S. politics and in the U.S bureaucracy. A promotion and perhaps a medal for Mr. Franklin are in order. He reports to Mr. Feith, who reports to Mr. Wolfowitz, who reports to Mr. Rumsfeld, the Secretary of Defense, in case you are wondering how he earns his daily bread (and lots of butter) paid with your tax money. How about a "Franklin for President!" campaign? Any takers, others than Mossad and AIPAC? - Adar2 15, 5765

Daniel Howden and Jessicah Curtis - The Independent: NEW KYRGYZ LEADERS STRUGGLE TO STOP RIOTING AND LOOTING - 26 March 2005

Agencies - The Guardian: KYRGYZ LEADER PLEDGES JUNE ELECTION - 26 March 2005

Ian Traynor - The Guardian: ANOTHER HOLE GAPES IN PUTIN'S POST-SOVIET VISION - 26 March 2005

Meera Selva - The Independent: STARVE THE VOTERS: THE HUMAN COST OF MUGABE'S ELECTION - 26 March 2005

Michael Peel - Financial Times: ENERGY SPECIAL: OIL IN TROUBLED WATERS - March 26, 2005

Shawn Donnan - Financial Times: ENERGY SPECIAL: THE HOUSES THAT GAS BUILT - March 26, 2005

John Reed - Financial Times: ENERGY SPECIAL: HOW LOW CAN THEY GO? - March 26, 2005

Terry Kirby - The Independent: WAR AT SEA: GREENPEACE FIGHTS TO SAVE DOLPHINS FROM THE NETS - 26 March 2005

Paul Richter and Tyler Marshall - Los Angeles Times: ISRAELI SETTLEMENT PLAN 'AT ODDS' WITH U.S. - A ridiculous attempt to re-establish U.S. 'credibility' with the Palestinian Authority...- March 25, 2005

Editorial - New York Times: BREAKTHROUGH IN BISHKEK - March 25, 2005

Kim Murphy and David Holley - Los Angeles Times: POPULAR UPRISING IN STRATEGIC KYRGYZSTAN TOPPLES REGIME - March 25, 2005

Christopher Pala - New York Times: PROTESTS FORCE AUTHORITARIAN LEADER TO FLEE IN KYRGYZSTAN - March 25, 2005

Stephen Moss and Justin McCurry - The Guardian: 'I WAS KIDNAPPED,' SAYS CHESS GENIUS AS HE RAILS AGAINST JAPAN AND THE U.S. - 25 March 2005

Bob Herbert - New York Times: THE ERA OF EXPLOITATION - March 25, 2005

Jonathan Chait - Los Angeles Times: THAT RUMBLING IS CHENEYMANIA - March 25, 2005

Agencies - Haaretz: PALESTIBIAN AUTHORITY, U.S. OFFICIALS DISCUSS ISRAELI PLAN TO EXPAND MAALEH ADUMIM - Adar2 14, 5765

Jeremy Lennard - The Guardian: OPPOSITION 'IN CONTROL' OF KYRGYZSTAN - 25 March 2005

Andrew Osborn and Kumar Bekbolotov - The Independent: THE 'TULIP REVOLUTION' TOPPLES KYRGYZSTAN'S PRESIDENT OF 15 YEARS - 25 March 2005

Jessicah Curtis and Andrew Osborn - The Independent: KYRGYZSTAN: THE DAY THE TULIP REVOLUTION CAME - 25 March 2005

Editorial - The Independent: PUBLISH OR BE DAMNED - March 25, 2005

Robert Radtke - Financial Times: INDIA MUST STEER A MIDDLE PATH ON GENERIC DRUGS - March 25, 2005

Agencies - The Guardian: FISCHER MOVES - 25 March 2005

Kim Murphy - Los Angeles Times: KYRGYZSTAN PRESIDENT RESIGNS, FLEES - March 24, 2005

Thomas L. Friedman - New York Times: GEORGE W. TO GEORGE W. - March 24, 2005

Neil A. Lewis - New York Times: GUANTÁNAMO DETAINEES MAKE THEIR CASE - March 24, 2005

Mark Mazzetti and Greg Miller - Los Angeles Times: PENTAGON INCREASES ITS SPYING MARKEDLY - March 24, 2005

Maureen Dowd - New York Times: DELAY, DENY AND DEMAGOGUE - March 24, 2005

David McNeill - The Independent: BOBBY FISCHER, CITIZEN OF ICELAND, FREED BY JAPAN TO FLY TO NEW HOME - 24 March 2005

Andrew Osborn - The Independent: KYRGYZ PRESIDENT APPOINTS HARDLINERS TO COMBAT PROTESTS - 24 March 2005

Colin Brown - The Independent: IRAQ WAR: THE SMOKING GUN? - 24 March 2005

Quentin Peel - Financial Times: NO ONE SHOULD HOLD UP EUROPE - March 24, 2005

Danny Rinstein - Haaretz: GREEK PATRIARCHATE IN TROUBLE OVER SHADY LAND DEAL - Adar2 12, 5765

Eric Lichtblau - New York Times: COALITION FORMS TO OPPOSE PARTS OF ANTITERRORISM LAWS - March 23, 2005

Stephen Moss - The Guardian: THE FISCHER KING - 23 March 2005

Ze'ev Schiff - Haaretz: THE AMERICANS ARE GOING TOO FAR - Adar2 12, 5765

James Sturcke - The Guardian: COURT RULES AGAINST SCHIAVO PARENTS - 23 March 2005

Elizabeth Cohen - New York Times: KEEPING FAITH WITH MY FATHER - March 23, 2005

Nicholas D. Kristof - New York Times: A MORSEL OF GOAT MEAT - "If we had the chance to go back to white rule, we'd do it," said Solomon Dube, a peasant whose child was crying with hunger when I arrived in his village. "Life was easier then, and at least you could get food and a job." - March 23, 2005

Eric Silver - The Independent: NEW SETTLEMENTS WILL CLOSE DOOR TO PEACE, WARN PALESTINIANS - 22 March 2005

Jeffrey Sachs - Financial Times: IT'S TIME TO FREE THE WORLD BANK - March 22, 2005

Neela Banerjee - New York Times: BISHOPS FIGHT DEATH PENALTY IN NEW DRIVE - March 22, 2005

Margaret Wertheim - Los Angeles Times: WHY SCIENCE CAN'T SHOW US GOD - March 22, 2005

Editorial - New York Times: A BLOW TO THE RULE OF LAW - March 22, 2005

Robert Scheer - Los Angeles Times: LIFE, DEATH AND CYNICAL GRANDSTANDING - March 22, 2005

Mohamed Fayed - The Independent: ENEMY OF THE STATE - 22 March 2005

Sarah Lyall - New York Times: ICELAND GRANTS CITIZENSHIP TO BOBBY FISCHER, HELD IN JAPAN - March 22, 2005

Robert Fisk - The Independent: THE IMPACT OF IRAQ WAR IS NOW BEING FELT ACROSS MIDDLE EAST - March 21, 2005

Editorial - The Independent: AN OMINOUS WARNING ABOUT THE GULF STATES - March 21, 2005

Editorial - Los Angeles Times: THE MIDNIGHT COUP - March 21, 2005

Robert Fisk - The Independent: BEIRUT CAR BOMB FUELS RUMOURS OF SYRIAN PLOT - March 20, 2005

Robert Fisk - The Independent: MEMORIES OF WAR, FEAR AND FRIENDSHIP IN MY HOME CITY, WHERE TIME HAS STOOD STILL - March 19, 2005

Robert Fisk - The Independent: SECURITY CHIEF 'SUES HIMSELF' TO CLEAR NAME OVER HARIRI - March 18, 2005

Quentin Peel - Financial Times: INDIA'S RAJ OF REGULATORS - March 17, 2005

Robert Fisk - The Independent: MURDER OF MR. LEBANON CONTINUES TO POISON POLITICAL AIR - March 16, 2005

Robert Fisk - The Independent: THE PEOPLE MAKE A STAND OVER LIES OF LEBANON - March 15, 2005

Philip Pullella - REUTERS: POPE SPEAKS TO FAITHFUL AFTER SURGERY - March 14, 2005

Khaled Yacoub Oweis - REUTERS: TALKS ON FORMING IRAQ GOVERNMENT COLLAPSE - March 14, 2005

Paul Hughes - REUTERS: U.S. "HALLUCINATING" OVER NUCLEAR TALKS - March 14, 2005

Robert Fisk - The Independent: U.N. FINDS EVIDENCE OF OFFICIAL COVER-UP IN HARIRI ASSASSINATION - March 14, 2005

Associated Press - Haaretz: SNEH: ISRAELI MILITARY STRIKE ON IRAN 'VERY LAST RESORT' - If you can believe that, I can sell you some Global Crossing stock! - Adar2 4, 5765

Scott Shane - New York Times: JUDGE BLOCKS THE TRANSFER OF 13 DETAINEES FROM GUANTÁNAMO - March 14, 2005

Monte Morin - Los Angeles Times: IN MOSUL, INSURGENTS HAVE BECOME ROAD WARRIORS - March 14, 2005

Staff - New York Times: NUCLEAR SUBMARINE MISSED WARNINGS BEFORE CRASH, NAVY SAYS - March 14, 2005

Gideon Levy - Haaretz: TWILIGHT ZONE / RIDING ROUGHSHOD - Behold Judaism in all its 'splendor'! - Adar2 3, 5765

Robert Fisk - The Independent: IN THE MIDDLE EAST, THOSE WHO ARE ABOUT TO DIE BELIEVE PROFOUNDLY IN THE AFTERLIFE - 13 March 2005

Hassan M. Fattah - New York Times: SYRIA IS REPORTED TO AGREE TO FULL LEBANON PULLOUT - 13 March 2005

Robert Fisk - The Independent: WHAT THE LEBANESE FEAR MOST IS NOT SYRIA'S ARMY BUT A POWER VACUUM - 13 March 2005

Nazila Fathi - New York Times: IRAN DISMISSES ECONOMIC OFFER FROM THE U.S. - 13 March 2005

Giuliana Sgrena - The Independent: NICOLA SAID, 'YOU ARE FREE.COME WITH ME.' THEN THEY SHOT HIM - 13 March 2005

Douglas Jehl - New York Times: ARMY DETAILS SCALE OF ABUSE OF PRISONERS IN AN AFGHAN JAIL - 13 March 2005

Raymond Whitaker and Nick Meo - The Independent: SECRET FBI REPORT DOUBTS AL-QA'IDA CAN STAGE 9/11-TYPE STRIKE IN U.S. - 13 March 2005

Editorial - The Independent: THIS IS A BAD LAW AND A DANGEROUS PRECEDENT - 13 March 2005

Colin Brown, Nigel Morris and Robert Verkaik - The Independent: RELEASED: 659 MP'S, 693 LORDS, 8 DETAINEES - 13 March 2005

Editorial - The Guardian: BETTER BUT DEEPLY FLAWED - 13 March 2005

James Glanz and William J. Broad - New York Times: IRAQI CALLS ARMS LOOTING A TIGHTLY RUN OPERATION - 13 March 2005

David Barstow and Robin Stein - New York Times: NEWS OR PUBLIC RELATIONS? FOR BUSH IT'S A BLUR - 13 March 2005

Rupert Cornwell and Stephen Castle - The Independent: U.S. AGREES TO NEGOTIATE WITH IRAN ON NUCLEAR PROGRAMME - 12 March 2005

David Enders - The Independent: SUICIDE BOMB KILLS 47 AND WOUNDS 100 AT FUNERAL IN SHIA MOSQUE - 12 March 2005

Marie Woolf - The Independent: BRITISH MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT URGE BAR COUNCIL TO INVESTIGATE ADVICE ON WAR - 12 March 2005

James Sturcke - The Guardian: U.S. 'PLANS TO TRANSFER GUANTÁNAMO DETAINEES' - 12 March 2005

Douglas Jehl - New York Times: PENTAGON SEEKS TO TRANSFER MORE DETAINEES FROM BASE IN CUBA - 12 March 2005

Editorial - Los Angeles Times: TORTURE BY PROXY - 12 March 2005

Mark Mazzetti - Los Angeles Times: IRAQ WAR COMPELS PENTAGON TO RETHINK BIG-PICTURE STRATEGY - 12 March 2005

Andrew Osborn - The Independent: WE TREATED POISONED YUSHCHENKO, ADMIT AMERICANS - 12 March 2005

Paul Krugman - New York Times: SLANTING SOCIAL SECURITY - 12 March 2005

Jonathan Chait - Los Angeles Times: IT'S AN OPEN-AND-SHUT CASE - 12 March 2005

Mark Oliver - The Guardian: SHIAS REACH DEAL TO FORM IRAQI GOVERNMENT - 11 March 2005

Marie Woolf - The Independent: IRAQ WAR REVELATION: THERE WAS NO FULL LEGAL ADVICE - 11 March 2005

James Sturcke - The Guardian: PRO-SYRIAN LEBANESE PRIME MINISTER IS REAPPOINTED - 11 March 2005

Robert Fisk - The Independent: SYRIA REASSERTS POWER IN LEBANON AS ITS ALLY RETURNS AS PRIME MINISTER - 11 March 2005

Avi Beker - Haaretz: THE NEO-CONS' WORLD - The Neo-conservative movement, which calls the shot in the American Taliban administration of King George W., was founded and it is led by Jewish thinkers, who used to be Communists (Trotskyites) a few decades ago. What do the two political movements have in common? Both Communism and Neo-conservatism are instruments for the global domination of goim (non-Jews) by and for the Jewish interests. They both proclaim lofty ideals, in the name of which they pursue the most efficient form of slavery for millions of unsuspecting goim, slavery implemented through strict thought control and enforcement of what is "politically correct". Since the Jews control all forms of mass media and of artistic expression, as they control the world finances, it is fairly easy to do it in almost any country...(Comment by Michael Olteanu) - Adar2 1, 5765

Yait Sheleg - Haaretz: WHEN THE ANTI-ISRAEL SENTIMENT COMES FROM WITHIN - Adar2 1, 5765

Amira Hass - Haaretz: THE FENCE WILL NEVER BE COMPLETED - Adar2 1, 5765

Ze'ev Schiff - Haaretz: REPORT HIGHLIGHTS THE UGLY OCCUPATION - Adar2 1, 5765

Mark Oliver - The Guardian: PALESTINIAN LEADER EXPECTS MILITIA CEASEFIRE - 11 March 2005

Philip Stephens - Financial Times: LIBERTY AND SECURITY IN CONFLICT - 11 March 2005

Guillaume Parmentier - Financial Times: A TRANSATLANTIC TASKFORCE TO FIGHT FOR FREEDOM - 11 March 2005

C.J. Chivers - New York Times: PRESIDENT MASHKADOV'S DEATH STIRS DEBATE ON STRATEGY FOR CHECHNYA - March 11, 2005

David Holley - Los Angeles Times: CHECHEN REBELS VOW TO FIGHT ON DESPITE SLAYING - March 11, 2005

Maureen Dowd - New York Times: A DEFENSE THAT'S OFFENSIVELY WEAK - March 11, 2005

Eric Schmitt - New York Times: NEW INTERROGATION RULES SET FOR DETAINEES IN IRAQ - March 11, 2005

William Glaberson - New York Times: AGENT ORANGE CASE FOR MILLIONS OF VIETNAMESE IS DISMISSED - March 11, 2005

Steve Connor - The Independent: THE FORGOTTEN KILLER - 11 March 2005

Douglas Jehl and Eric Schmitt - New York Times: DATA IS LACKING ON IRAN'S ARMS, U.S. PANEL SAYS - March 10, 2005

Brent Scowcroft and Daniel Poneman - Financial Times: AN OFFER THAT IRAN CANNOT REFUSE - March 10, 2005

Edward Wong - New York Times: VIOLENCE CONTINUES TO RIPPLE THROUGH IRAQ - March 10, 2005

Sidney Blumenthal - The Guardian: THE ENEMY WITHIN - 10 March 2005

Akiva Eldar - Haaretz: U.S. TO ISRAEL: LEAVE OUTPOSTS OR RELATIONS WILL BE HARMED - Adar1 29, 5765

Donald Macintyre - The Independent: ISRAEL GUILTY OF FUNDING ILLEGAL OUTPOSTS - 10 March 2005

Donald Macintyre - The Independent: THE TWO FACES OF ARIEL SHARON NEED TO BE SCRUTINISED - 10 March 2005

David Holley - Los Angeles Times: CHECHEN PRESIDENT MASHKADOV IS SLAIN - March 10, 2005

Andrew Osborn - The Independent: PRESIDENT MASHKADOV'S DEATH WILL BE AVENGED, WARN CHECHENS - 10 March 2005

Editorial - The Independent: OBITUARY: PRESIDENT ASLAN MASHKADOV - 10 March 2005

Mark Mazzetti - Los Angeles Times: LACK OF OVERSIGHT LED TO ABUSE OF DETAINEES, INVESTIGATOR SAYS - March 10, 2005

Editorial - Los Angeles Times: BANKRUPT OF COMPASSION - March 10, 2005

Mark Tran and agencies - The Guardian: RUSSIANS KILL CHECHEN PRESIDENT - Boris Yeltsin assassinated the legendary Chechen President Dzokhar Dudayev (1989 - 1996) in 1996. Vladimir Putin assassinated Chechen Presidents Yandarbayev (1996 - 1997) in Qatar in 2003, with C.I.A. help, and yesterday Aslan Mashkadov (1997 - 2005), who won the free 1997 election with a larger and "cleaner" majority than Vladimir Putin. - 9 March 2005

Rafael Behr - The Guardian: CHECHNYA LOSES ITS YASSER ARAFAT - 9 March 2005

Associated Press - The Independent: CHECHEN PRESIDENT KILLED, SAYS RUSSIA - 9 March 2005

Staff and agencies - The Guardian: 500,000 JOIN PRO-SYRIA BEIRUT PROTEST - 9 March 2005

Robert Fisk - The Independent: HALF A MILLION GATHER FOR PRO-SYRIAN RALLY TO DEFY VISION OF U.S. - 9 March 2005

Clare Short (British ex-minister) - The Independent: HOW MINISTERS WERE MISLED ON THE LEGALITY OF WAR - 9 March 2005

Staff and agencies - The Guardian: U.S. ANNOUNCES IRAQ SHOOTING INQUIRY - 9 March 2005

Staff - The Guardian: BOLTON DIPLOMACY - "Calling John Bolton a diplomat is like calling Jack the Ripper a surgeon." - 9 March 2005

Editorial - Los Angeles Times: BOLTON, OUT OF THE BLUE - March 9, 2005

Robert Scheer - Los Angeles Times: SOCIAL SECURITY AIN'T BROKE, SO BUSH IS OBSESSED WITH FIXING IT - March 9, 2005

Paul Krugman - New York Times: THE DEBT-PEONAGE SOCIETY - March 9, 2005

William Thatcher Dowell - MADE-IN-AMERICA WAHHABISM - March 9, 2005

Andrew Marshall - REUTERS: BULGARIA SAYS SOLDIER SHOT DEAD BY U.S. TROOPS - March 8, 2005

John Hooper and Suzanne Goldenberg - The Guardian: ITALIANS HONOUR IRAQ HOSTAGE GO-BETWEEN - 8 March 2005

Peter Popham - The Independent: ITALY BURIES ITS NATIONAL HERO AS BERLUSCONI AWAITS AMERICA'S EXPLANATION OF HIS DEATH - 8 March 2005

Beatrice Sayers - The Guardian: WHAT THEY SAID ABOUT...GIULIANA SGRENA - 8 March 2005

Patrice Claude - Le Monde: "LES FORCES ÉTRANGÈRES DEVRONT PARTIR D'IRAQ AUSSI TÔT QUE POSSIBLE", DÉCLARE LE CHEF DE L'ALLIANCE SHIITE - 8 Mars, 2005

John F. Burns - New York Times: U.S. CHECKPOINTS RAISE IRE AS IRAQIS ARE KILLED OR WOUNDED - March 8, 2005

Hart Seely - New York Times: BUT SERIOUSLY, MY FELLOW AMERICANS... - March 8, 2005

John Hooper - The Guardian: ITALIAN HOSTAGE ACCUSES U.S. OF TRYING TO KILL HER AS THOUSANDS MOURN HER RESCUER - 7 March 2005

Robin Pomeroy - REUTERS: HOSTAGE REJECTS U.S. VERSION OF IRAQ SHOOTING - March 7, 2005

Peter Popham - The Independent: ITALY'S RELATIONS WITH U.S. SOURED BY ATTACK ON HOSTAGE - 7 March 2005

Jason Horowitz - New York Times: ITALIAN JOURNALIST SHOT IN IRAQ REJECTS U.S. ACCOUNT - 7 March, 2005

Associated Press - New York Times: WOUNDED ITALIAN JOURNALIST RECALLS ORDEAL - March 7, 2005

Brian Whitaker - The Guardian: SYRIAN FORCES TO BEGIN LEBANON PULLOUT - 7 March 2005

Robert Fisk - The Independent: IS LEBANON WALKING INTO ANOTHER NIGHTMARE? - 7 March, 2005

Rupert Cornwell - The Independent: U.S. SENT HUNDREDS OF TERROR SUSPECTS TO FOREIGN PRISONS - 7 March 2005

Steve Connor - The Independent: BUSH ACCUSED OF 'FIDDLING WHILE WORLD BURNS' BY IGNORING CLIMATE CHANGE - 7 March 2005

Brian Groom - Financial Times: E.U. BIDS TO GET IN SHAPE TO COMPETE - 7 March, 2005

Andrew Osborn - The Independent: RUSSIA FACES LOSS OF ANOTHER ALLY AFTER MOLDOVAN ELECTION - 7 March 2005

C.J. Chivers - New York Times: MOLDOVAN OPPOSITION ON HEELS OF RULING COMMUNISTS - 7 March, 2005

Robin Pomeroy - REUTERS: HOSTAGE HOME AFTER SHOOTING - The SISMI (Servizio per l'Informatzione e la Sicurezza Militari) has followed all notification procedures and the U.S. Command in Iraq was fully informed about the route and the vehicle used for journalist Giuliana Sgrena's transfer to the airport. The SISMI car was driving at slow speed, observing all traffic rules. They had previously cleared several U.S. checkpoints, which confirms that their identity and destination was known to the American chain of command. THE CAR WAS NOT FIRED UPON AT A CHECKPOINT, as the U.S says, but it was attacked from the side of the road by a waiting armored car, which fired between 300 and 400 machine gun rounds, with no warning whatsoever. The doctors who operated on Giuliana Sgrena extracted a piece of shrapnel(?), not a bullet, from her shoulder blade.
The U.S. soldiers refused to call for assistance for the wounded Italians, but confiscated their military weapons and cell phones, preventing the SISMI officers from resuming contact with Rome for more than an hour. It was clearly an ambush whose purpose was the assassination of the leftist journalist Giuliana Sgrena, who has been very critical of the American invasion and occupation of Iraq. This war crime was ordered by the U.S. Command in Iraq, after presumably clearing it with the Pentagon (Rumsfeld) and/or the White House. A very solid case for the International Criminal Court (I.C.C.) in the Hagues.
('J'accuse' by Michael Olteanu) - March 6, 2005

Peter Popham - The Independent: ITALIAN HOSTAGE TELLS OF RESCUER SHIELDING HER FROM BULLETS - 6 March 2005

Philip Willan - The Guardian: OUTRAGE AS U.S. SOLDIERS KILL RESCUE HERO - 6 March 2005

Editoriale - La Repubblica: GIULIANA SGRENA INTERROGATA DAI GIUDICI: "NON CORREVAMO, ATTACCO SENZA MOTIVI" - 6 Marzo, 2005

Editoriale - La Repubblica: SCOLARI: "È STATO UN VERO AGGUATO. GIULIANA ERA STATA AVVERTITA" - 6 Marzo, 2005

Robert Fisk - The Independent: U.S. REBUFFS ASSAD OFFER TO PULL OUT OF LEBANON - 6 March, 2005

Douglas Jehl and David Johnston - New York Times: RULE CHANGE LETS C.I.A. FREELY SEND SUSPECTS ABROAD TO JAILS - 6 March, 2005

John Vidal - The Guardian: 'PEOPLE WAKE UP ANGRY AT BEING ALIVE IN A SOCIETY LIKE THIS' - 6 March 2005

Amiram Bareket - Haaretz: STUDY: YOUNG AMERICAN JEWS AMBIVALENT TOWARD ISRAEL - Adar1 25, 5765

Steven Lee Myers - New York Times: UKRAINE'S SECURITY CHIEF SAYS EX-OFFICIAL KILLED HIMSELF - 6 March, 2005

Associated Press - New York Times: U.S. FORCES FIRED ON CAR CARRYING FREED ITALIAN HOSTAGE IN IRAQ - The Italian SISMI (Servizio per l'Informazione e la Sicurezza Militari) officers had informed in advance the U.S. command about the route they were planning to take with the freed hostage to the airport. The U.S. command gave orders to open fire on the car, killing SISMI officer Nicola Calipari and wounding the hostage and one other officer. It was a deliberate attempt to assassinate the freed hostage, Giuliana Sgrena, who has been very critical of the American barbaric occupation of Iraq. Hopefully, this will help the Italian parliament decide the immediate withdrawal of Italian troops. - March 5, 2005

Peter Popham - The Independent: CELEBRATIONS AT RELEASE OF ITALIAN HOSTAGE CUT SHORT AFTER AMERICAN TROOPS FIRE ON CAR - 5 March 2005

Ken Livingstone - The Guardian: THIS IS ABOUT ISRAEL, NOT ANTI-SEMITISM - The Mayor of London: 'Israel's expansion includes ethnic cleansing. Palestinians who have lived in that land for centuries were driven out by systematic violence and terror aimed at ethnically cleansing what became a large part of the Israeli state. Today the Israeli government continues seizures of Palestinian land for settlements, military incursions into surrounding countries and denial of the right of Palestinians expelled by terror to return. Ariel Sharon, Israel's Prime Minister, is a war criminal who should be in prison not in office.' - This is the truth, the whole truth, nothing but the truth! (Comment by Michael Olteanu.)- 5 March 2005

Danielle Demetriou - The Independent: LIVINGSTONE RISKS JEWISH ANGER WITH SHARON ATTACK - Any criticism of the murderous policies of Israel, the only racist country in the world, gets the children of Satan and their political and press lackeys all over the world howling like rabid wolves...The day of reckoning cannot be far away... - 5 March 2005

David Enders - The Independent: RELATIVES IN PROTEST OVER ABU GHRAIB OVERCROWDING - 5 March 2005

Edward Wong - New York Times: AMERICAN JAILS IN IRAQ ARE BURSTING WITH DETAINEES - March 5, 2005

Paul Krugman - New York Times: DEFICITS AND DECEIT - March 5, 2005

Isabel Hilton - Financial Times: THE DITCH BLAIR PROJECT - March 5, 2005

Douglas Jehl - New York Times: REPORT URGED ACTION AGAINST GENERAL FOR SPEECHES - March 5, 2005

Meera Selva - The Independent: BEGINNING OF THE END FOR NIGER SLAVE TRADE - 5 March 2005

Agencies - The Guardian: AIDS COULD KILL 90 MILLION AFRICANS, SAYS U.N. - 5 March 2005

Steven Lee Meyers - New York Times: EX-UKRAINE OFFICIAL LINKED TO MURDER INQUIRY IS FOUND DEAD - March 5, 2005

Editorial - Haaretz: CENSORSHIP AND DEMOCRACY DON'T MIX - Adar1 24, 5765

Philip Stephens - Financial Times: LESS PESSIMISM ABOUT MIDDLE EAST - March 4, 2005

Agencies - The Guardian: MOSCOW CALLS FOR SYRIA TO LEAVE LEBANON - 4 March 2005

Timothy Garton-Ash - Los Angeles Times: MIDEAST DEMOCRACY: THANK BIN LADEN! - March 4, 2005

James Glanz - New York Times: DERELICT PLANTS ARE CRIPPLING IRAQ'S PETROLEUM INDUSTRY - March 4, 2005

Adam Nagourney and Janet Elder - New York Times: NEW POLL FINDS BUSH PRIORITIES ARE OUT OF STEP WITH AMERICANS - March 4, 2005

David Enders - The Independent: MURDER OF IRAQI JUDGE AND SON SEEN AS A WARNING FROM REBELS OVER SADDAM TRIAL - 3 March 2005

Agencies - The Guardian: SADDAM TRIBUNAL STAFF KILLED - 3 March 2005

Robert Fisk - The Independent: STILL IRAQ'S CIVIL SERVANTS GO TO WORK, AND STILL THEY GO ON DYING - March 3, 2005

Gaith Abdul-Ahad - The Guardian: 'WE ARE LIVING IN A STATE OF CONSTANT FEAR' - 3 March 2005

Askold Krushelnycky - The Independent: THREE HELD OVER BEHEADING OF KIEV CORRUPTION REPORTER - 3 March 2005

Nicholas D. Kristof - New York Times: THE AMERICAN WITNESS - March 3, 2005

Editorial - Los Angeles Times: LESS FODDER FOR DEATH ROW - March 3, 2005

Nir Hason - Haaretz: FATWA ALLOWS BEDOUIN SOLDIERS TO RETURN FIRE IN EVACUATION - 'Rabbis had issued a halakhic ruling permitting live fire on Druze and Bedouin soldiers and police officers who take part in evacuating settlements under the disengagement plan.' The rabbis have issued a binding (halakhic) ruling that the settlers who decide to resist the settlement evacuation in the Gaza Strip are not allowed to shoot Jewish Israeli soldiers, but they can shoot the Druze and Bedouin soldiers of the Israeli Army and police with impunity. Why? Because the non-Jews, the goim ("cattle"), are not human beings, but animals with no rights whatsoever... - Adar1 22, 2005

Shmulik Yannay - Haaretz: NO INTERNET, NO SMS, NO VIDEO...IT'S A KOSHER PHONE WITH A STAMP TO PROVE IT - Adar1 22, 5765

Associated Press - Haaretz: JEWISH GROUPS SLAM SENATOR'S REMARKS ON REPUBLICANS, NAZIS - This is how the Jewish thought police works in America and all over the world! Don't use words that are not pre-approved, like the "kosher phone" above, or you'll get in trouble! If anything, the comparison is unfair to the Nazis. O tempora, o mores! It's time for a global revolution...- Adar1 22, 5765

Alan Patricof - Financial Times: TRADE NOT AID WILL MEET AFRICA'S CHALLENGES - March 3, 2005

Quentin Peel - Financial Times: A DYNAMIC EUROPE NEEDS IMMIGRANTS - March 3, 2005

Anne Penketh - The Independent: PALESTINIANS TOLD THIS IS THE BEST CHANCE OF PEACE IN YEARS - 2 March 2005

Robert Fisk - The Independent: LEBANESE ARE UNITED UNDER FLAG OF THE 'CEDARS REVOLUTION' - March 2, 2005

Agencies - The Guardian: BLAIR MEETS ABBAS AT LONDON SUMMIT - 2 March 2005

Colin Brown and Eric Silver - The Independent: STRAW BACKS ABBAS WITH CALL FOR FULL PEACE CONFERENCE - 2 March 2005

James Gerstenzang - Los Angeles Times: RUMSFELD SUED OVER PRISONER ABUSE - March 2, 2005

Brian Knowlton - International Herald Tribune: U.S. CITES ARRAY OF RIGHTS ABUSES BY THE IRAQI GOVERNMENT IN 2004 - March 2, 2005

Richard A. Serrano - Los Angeles Times: JUDGE RULES TERROR SUSPECT MUST BE CHARGED OR FREED - March 2, 2005

Eric Lichtblau - New York Times: GONZALES LAYS OUT HIS PRIORITIES AT JUSTICE DEPARTMENT - The Mexican Jew who "advised" King George Bush that he can use torture at his discretion defines as a priority the extension of federal antirerrorism powers under the USA Patriot Act, the act of national shame that has already destroyed a significant number of civil liberties. Gonzales' personal hero is Lavrenti Beria, the last head of N.K.V.D. (Narodni Kommissariat Vnutrenih Del) under Josif Vissarionovitch Stalin. Lavrenti Beria was executed in 1953 by his colleagues Malenkov, Hrushchov and Bulganin. How about that, (Speedy) Gonzales? - March 2, 2005

Andrew Bacevich - Financial Times: THE DARK ROOTS OF AMERICA'S SECURITY STRATEGY - March 2, 2005

Paul Krugman - New York Times: JUST SAY NO - March 2, 2005

Martin Wolf - Financial Times: PROMOTING INDIA'S INEXORABLE ASCENT - March 2, 2005

Rupert Cornwell - The Independent: HOW LATIN AMERICA TURNED TO THE LEFT - 2 March 2005

Yair Sheleg - Haaretz: BABYLONIAN TALMUD: EVERYONE'S ON THE SAME PAGE - Adar1 21, 5765

David Holley - Los Angeles Times: RUSSIA, IRAN SIGN PACTS ON NUCLEAR PLANT - March 2, 2005

Jason Bennetto - The Independent: AFGHAN HEROIN CROP THREATENS TO FLOOD U.K. - 2 March 2005

Mona Mahmoud and Terence Neilan - New York Times: INSURGENTS LAND DEADLIEST BLOW SINCE FALL OF HUSSEIN'S REGIME - March 1, 2005

Editorial - The Independent: WE NEED A CLEAR TIMETABLE FOR IRAQ WITHDRAWAL - March 1, 2005

Associated Press - The Guardian: LEBANESE GOVERNMENT RESIGNS - 1 March 2005

Bob Herbert - New York Times: IT'S CALLED TORTURE - March 1, 2005

Editorial - The Independent: THE STEALTHY EROSION OF CIVIL LIBERTIES THAT HAVE BEEN FOUGHT FOR OVER THE CENTURIES - March 1, 2005

Andrew Buncombe - The Independent: DEATH OF A DEMOCRACY - 1 March 2005

William Glaberson - New York Times: U.S. JUSTICE DEPARTMENT URGES JUDGE TO DISMISS SUIT ON CHEMICAL USE IN VIETNAM - March 1, 2005

Andrew Osborn - The Independent: PUTIN SETS UP YOUTH GROUP TO STOP 'ORANGE REVOLUTION' - 1 March 2005


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