America Swallows the Israeli's Lies:
"Israel is losing its military struggle against Hizbollah guerrillas in
southern Lebanon but winning its propaganda war on the conflict in the outside world.
...Western press and television reports almost unanimously portrayed the latest violence in Lebanon as a
war by Israel in defence of its civilians on the other side of the frontier. In fact, no Israeli civilians were attacked, let alone hurt, and
all the Israeli soldiers who died were inside their occupation zone in
KURDISH CONFLICT IN BAATHIST IRAQ
Kurdish situation in the Iraqi region, a centuries old dilemma originally
attributed to an ultra-nationalistic sentiment from the Kurdish
minority, is a complex and sensitive issue..."
HOUSE THAT JACQUE BUILT: The Medieval Torture Chamber: EL-KHIAM:
"When the French occupied Lebanon in the 1930s, they built an outpost near Metulla, which is today a symbol of Zionist terror, a torture chamber in the heart of Occupied South Lebanon...."
|IRAQ'S CHILDREN: VICTIMS OF A WAR THEY NEVER KNEW: |
"One million rounds of bullets tipped with uranium
were fired during the Gulf war. They slice through tanks. And this is what
they do to humans Maggie O'Kane reports on Iraq's deformed children, victims
of a war they never knew."
"Sheikh Obaid is also one of dozens of hostages abducted from South
Lebanon by Israel. This month sees the eighth anniversary of his kidnap,
by Israeli commandos from his home in the South Lebanese village of Jibchit,
where he was the preacher."
WHO PUT SADDAM IN POWER?
"This once-bustling and promising country fell under the control
of a dictator who (in the name of Islam) abused and marginalized his people
in order to solidify his power base."
ISRAEL AND THE INTERNATIONAL
"The use of torture on a wide scale would be another
source of anxiety for the Israelis. Israel's is the only known regime in
the world that legalises the use of torture during interrogation of suspects,
a process that has led to the death of scores of Palestinians during questioning."
If you would like to write about the events and situations
in Middle East . . .