Two year after a Palestinian teenager was set on fire and burned to death following the kidnapping and killing of three Israeli teens, the situation in the region remains dire in the wake of 2014’s military conflict that left more than 2,000 Palestinians dead.
Anya Parampil spoke a year ago with Israeli peace activist Miko Peled about how the Gaza Strip conflict has settled down since then, and what Palestinian relations with the rest of the world may look like.
It was broadcasted on RT a year ago
[The Guardian, june 16, 20-16]: The slide from civilisation to barbarism is shorter than we might like to imagine. Every violent crime taints the ideal of an orderly society, but when that crime is committed against the people who are peacefully selected to write the rules, then the affront is that much more profound.
The killing, by stabbing and repeated shooting in the street, of Jo Cox is, in the first instance, an exceptionally heinous villainy. She was the mother of two very young children, who will now have to grow up without her. It is also, however, in a very real sense, an attack on democracy.
We will never forget, Jo Cox who fought for justice. Continue reading “In Memoriam Jo Cox, British labor MP, who spoke out for the Palestine people.”
The 911 Reader is composed of a carefully selected collection of key articles published by Global Research in the course of the last eleven years.
9/11 was an important landmark for Global Research. Our website was launched on September 9, 2001, two days prior to 9/11. Our coverage of 9/11 was initiated on September 12, 2001.
Within this collection of more than 60 chapters, we have included several important reports from our archives, published by Global Research in the immediate aftermath of the attacks. These articles provide a focus on issues pertaining to the 9/11 Timeline, foreknowledge of the 9/11 attacks, the attack on the Pentagon, the issue of insider trading on Wall Street in the days preceding 9/11 pointing to foreknowledge of the attacks. Continue reading “THE 9/11 READER The September 11, 2001 Terror Attacks”
Many have wondered for years about the exact capabilities of the submarines Germany exports to Israel. Now, experts in Germany and Israel have confirmed that nuclear-tipped missiles have been deployed on the vessels. And the German government has long known about it.
Read the 6 Articles, 4 june 2016 on Spiegel.de
Just a smal exerpt of these articles:
“This was all built in Germany, according to Israeli specifications,” the navy officer says,”and so were the weapons systems.” The Tekumah, 57 meters long and 7 meters wide, is a showpiece of precision engineering, painted in blue and made in Germany. To be more precise, it is a piece of precision engineering made in Germany that is suitable for equipping with nuclear weapons.
No Room for Doubt
Deep in their interiors, on decks 2 and 3, the submarines contain a secret that even in Israel is only known to a few insiders: nuclear warheads, small enough to be mounted on a cruise missile, but explosive enough to execute a nuclear strike that would cause devastating results. This secret is considered one of the best kept in modern military history. Anyone who speaks openly about it in Israel runs the risk of being sentenced to a lengthy prison term.
Read the whole Article on Spiegel.de04-06-2016
source: alternativeinsight december 12, 2015
Imagine if in World War II, the Soviet Union, Great Britain and the United States are aligned against Germany, but Great Britain is also fighting the USSR, the United States and Great Britain are supporting a rebel group in the Soviet Union, several nations friendly to the United States are supporting the Balkan nations that are fighting the Red Army, these Balkan nations are fighting one another, nations allied with the United States do little to help, while nations regarded as U.S. antagonists are battling Germany, Turkey is covertly aiding Germany and hindering the Soviet Union while permitting the U.S. to use air bases to attack Germany, and the Greek Resistance that is fighting Germany is being attacked by Turkey. Who would have won that war, probably Adolph Hitler?
Replace above mentioned nations with The United States, Russia, Daesh, Kurds, Turkey, Iran, Hezbollah, Assad’s Syria, Free Syrian Army, Al-Nusra and Saudi Arabia in the proper places, and the present alignment of powers in the Syrian conflict with Daesh will be adequately described. Can Daesh be defeated in that type of war? Probably not. Continue reading “Now that Syria is destroyed it is Time to Save it”
One year after a Palestinian teenager was set on fire and burned to death following the kidnapping and killing of three Israeli teens, the situation in the region remains dire in the wake of 2014’s military conflict that left more than 2,000 Palestinians dead.
Anya Parampil speaks with Israeli peace activist Miko Peled about how the Gaza Strip conflict has settled down since then, and what Palestinian relations with the rest of the world may look like.
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Earlier published on RT.com and Kia Ora Gaza