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  • POISONOUS LEGACY!
       This site will show you a flash film that is very disturbing but very powerful. Its title is "Poisonous Legacy" and it's about depleted uranium weapons and what they do (10/12/03)

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  • In the days after Hezbollah crossed from Lebanon into Israel, on July 12th, to kidnap two soldiers, triggering an Israeli air attack on Lebanon and a full-scale war, the Bush Administration seemed strangely passive. "It's a moment of clarification," President George W. Bush said at the G-8 summit, in St. Petersburg, on July 16th. "It's now become clear why we don't have peace in the Middle East."
        WATCHING LEBANON Washington's interests in Israel's war by Seymour M. Hersh. (10/16/06)

  • "On June 25, the Palestinians responded to continued, unrelenting and unjustifiable Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) attacks against them by striking at an Israeli military post near Kerem Shalom crossing, southeast of Rafah, killing two IDF soldiers, injuring several others, and capturing (not "kidnapping) a third. It set off a swift and deadly IDF response of daily killings and mass destruction in the Occupied Palestinian Territories (OPT)against defenseless Palestinians helpless in the face of the relentless IDF onslaught.
    Events since escalated into a mass conflagration when Hezbollah resistance fighters captured (again, not "kidnapped") two IDF soldiers who apparently illegally crossed the UN-monitored "blue line" into Lebanon as they've routinely done almost daily after withdrawing from the country in May, 2000. Again the IDF responded with overwhelming force...."
    Read More: http://www.zmag.org/content/showarticle.cfm?SectionID=107&ItemID=10747

  • U.N. Security Council resolution #1701, drafted by the U.S. and France, in close consultation with Israel, is part of the same process and serves the same imperialist political ends as the U.S./Israeli war. Announcing the decision of the Israeli cabinet to escalate the war, Israeli Defense Minister Amir Peretz said on Israeli radio, "We are doing everything to allow these two efforts [military and diplomatic] to complement each other...."
    Read More: http://revcom.us/a/057/resolution-en.html

  • "Before the end of the month the international community will face a test of a different kind which is on a par with the Iranian nuclear file. This is because the international community is leaning toward inflexibility and noose-tightening at the same time that it practices a considerable degree of laxity in the face of Israel's arrogance. The irony is that the civilized world was shaken merely because Iran did not comply with the suggested schedule for Tehran to reply in less than a month or two, while it exhibited considerable understanding regarding Israel's position, giving it enough time and room to achieve supremacy on the battlefield..."
    Read More: http://english.daralhayat.com/opinion/commentators/08-2006/Article-20060814-0c528495-c0a8-10ed-019d-d97b232b7cde/story.html

  • "It has been two weeks since I last reviewed some of the readers' mail in this column. Today, I turn my attention back to the mail, because most of it is a continuation of what I have written before. I have withdrawn my personal recognition of Israel, due to its recent crimes in Palestine and Lebanon. This topic has brought in the largest number of readers' messages since I started my journalistic career...."
    Read More: http://english.daralhayat.com/opinion/OPED/08-2006/Article-20060816-17512283-c0a8-10ed-019d-d97bccacd3cb/story.html

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