Originally posted 2018-09-17 03:17:57. A few days ago, I ran across an old article from CNN. Although this is anRead more
There are two general theories about the protests that are taking place in Iran.
One, unfavorable to the Iranian government and establishment, is that the widespread discontent and rioting is over mismanagement of the economy that has particularly hurt poorer Iranians.
The other is that we are seeing a contemporary replay of 1953 Iran and the downfall of Mohammad Mossadegh, which was orchestrated by the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and the British MI-6.
The Iranian public’s expectation that the nuclear deal would lead to improvements in their lives were wrecked by Donald Trump’s decertification of the agreement and expectations that the pact would be wrecked by America’s renewing sanctions on Iran later this month.Read more
Originally posted 2018-10-30 13:17:08. The Media The horrific Pittsburgh Synagogue murders are being reported by CNN and BBC in aRead more
Friendships with Arab Countries, Plight in South Africa, Christians in Pakistan, Iran & the EU, Saudi & Khashoggi, BDS Israel’sRead more
Muslims, by belief and practice, are the most blatant violators of human rights. We hardly need to detail here Muslims’ systemic cruel treatment of the unbelievers, women of all persuasions, and any and all minorities across the board. To Muslims, human rights have a different meaning, and its protective provisions are reserved strictly for Muslims — primarily for Muslim men. Just a couple of examples should suffice for now.Read more
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Take note, those of you who want to see real women freedom-fighters.
Look into the streets of Iran or listen to the chess champion Anna Muzychuk.
Iranian women, by risking their lives, have unmasked the faces of those trying to promote burqas and hijabs as supposed “symbols of liberation”.Read more
Published by Reuters on 16-November-2017
BEIRUT (Reuters) – Lebanon’s Saad al-Hariri is expected to leave Saudi Arabia for France within 48 hours, before flying home to Beirut to officially submit his resignation as Lebanese prime minister, a source close to Hariri told Reuters on Thursday.
Hariri announced his resignation in a televised broadcast from Saudi Arabia on Nov. 4, and has not yet returned to Lebanon.
He said on Wednesday he would return soon.
Lebanese President Michel Aoun tweeted on Thursday that he hoped the country’s political crisis was over following Hariri’s acceptance of the French invitation.
One of our contacts who lives in the Middle East has provided the following post on her blog and isRead more
All this makes me wonder if we should seriously consider exporting our latest drug, Groacet… Only a mere 48Read more
This is a repost, in full, from Breibart. Frances Martel has broken Hillary’s negative influences into 5 categories – MigrantRead more