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* Spinning Nepal's Tragedy
* An obituary for Edward Said.
* Reading Strauss scepticly
* Comments On the Einstein Freud letters
* Einstein and Freud
* Part Two - Freud's reply
Interesting links
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* Afghanistan: Abuses by U.S. Forces
* The Hutton Report (excluding appendices –1.9Mb)
* The 'New Anti-Semitism'
Tht full unpublished EU report on anti-semitism (1.11 MB)
* The CIA in Iran
* An Interesting Day: President Bush's Movements and Actions on 9/11
* Jews against the occupation
* Behind the Invasion of Iraq - Research Unit for Political Economy
* The Iraq Crisis: Building the case for a new war.
* The Geneva Convention
* United Nations Charter
* Shaking Hands with Saddam Hussein: The U.S. Tilts toward Iraq, 1980-1984
Important speeches 03/04
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* George W Bush - Address to the United Nations- September 2002
* George W Bush - National Press Conference - March 2003
* US National Security Document - 2003
* George W Bush - State of the Union Adress 2003
* John Howard - Address to Australian Parliament on Iraq - 2003
* George W Bush - Address to the Nation - 17.03.2003
* John Howard - Statement to Parliament - 18.03.2003
* Tony Blair - Address to House of Commons - 18.03.2003
* Colin Powell - Address to AIPAC - 31.03.2003
* Tony Blair - Address to the Labour Party Conference - 30.09.2003
* George W Bush - Address to the Nation -08.09.2003
* George W Bush - Address to the United Nations- 23.09.2003
* George W Bush - State of the Union Adress 2004
* George W Bush - Address to the Nation - 13.04.2004
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Contesting what is sacred
Author: Karen Armstrong
Source: The Age - Mon 20th, March 2006
The conflict between Islamic and Western values need not become a war of civilisations, writes Karen Armstrong.
Honour those who fought for Australian democracy
Author: Steve Bracks (Victorian Premier)
Source: The Age - Thu 2nd, March 2006
Australia has always been a land of many faiths, many languages and many cultures. Before European settlement, indigenous Australia was not a homogeneous country, but a land of about 600 different tribes and nations speaking in the vicinity of 200 languages.
No way to die
Author: Suzanne Goldenberg
Source: TThe Guardian - Fri 17th, December 2004
Yasser Arafat's death last month in a French hospital was shrouded in mystery, accusation and acrimony. While a nation mourned, those nearest to him found themselves struggling for access, battling to find out the truth - and even, after he had died, fighting over his few possessions. Suzanne Goldenberg talks to those closest to the Palestinian leader to piece together the real story of his death
Israel shocked by image of soldiers forcing violinist to play at roadblock
Author: Chris McGreal
Source: The Guardian - Wed 15th, December 2004
Of all the revelations that have rocked the Israeli army over the past week, perhaps none disturbed the public so much as the video footage of soldiers forcing a Palestinian man to play his violin.
Bush ditched Powell for Israeli stance
Author: Charles Laurence
Source: The Age - Mon 22nd, November 2004
Colin Powell, the outgoing US Secretary of State, was given his marching orders after telling President George Bush that he wanted greater power to confront Israel over the stalled Middle East peace process.
CIA memo urging spies to support Bush provokes furore
Author: Julian Borger
Source: The Guardian - Thu 18th, November 2004
The new US director of central intelligence, Porter Goss, told CIA staff this week their job was "to support the Bush administration and its policies in our work", stirring a new controversy over the future of the agency.
Why not two peoples, one state?
Author: Michael Tarazi
Source: The International Herald & Tribune - Thu 7th, October 2004
Israelis and Palestinians

Israel's untenable policy in the Middle East was more obvious than usual last week, as the Israeli Army made repeated incursions into Gaza, killing dozens of Palestinians in the deadliest attacks in more than two years, even as Prime Minister Ariel Sharon reiterated his plans to withdraw from the territory.
Meet the New Villain
Author: Saul Landau & Farrah Hassen
Source: Counterpunch - Wed 22nd, September 2004
The Neo-cons Threaten Syria
“If You Harbor Terrorists, You Are a Terrorist”
Author: William Marina
Source: The Independent - Wed 22nd, September 2004
While delegates to the GOP convention were congratulating themselves for their candidate’s tough stand against terrorism, the Bush administration was creating an international incident—little publicized in the United States—by harboring a notorious group of international terrorists on U.S. soil.
Briton may have paid a fatal price for his passion for the Middle East
Author: Danielle Demetriou
Source: The Independent - Wed 22nd, September 2004
When neighbours of Kenneth Bigley urged him to leave Baghdad amid growing fears for his safety, he would shrug off their concerns and say: "I'm not afraid. You only die once."
The most important terrorism is 'ours'
Author: John Pilger
Source: johnpilger.com - Tue 21st, September 2004
The world is dividing into two hostile camps: Islam and "us". That is the unerring message from western governments, press, radio and television. For Islam, read terrorists. It is reminiscent of the cold war, when the world was divided between "Reds" and us, and even a strategy of annihilation was permissible in our defence. We now know, or we ought to know, that so much of that was a charade; released official files make clear the Soviet threat was for public consumption only.
Trouble in the desert kingdom
Author: Simon Reeve
Source: The Independent - Thu 15th, July 2004
Racked by fundamentalism and political unrest, Saudi Arabia is a nation in crisis. Simon Reeve gained rare access to a ruling dynasty caught between Islamic tradition and Western aspiration
Globalist: Israel's wall, a victory for the logic of war
Author: Roger Cohen
Source: The International Herald & Tribune - Thu 15th, July 2004
QALQILYA, West BankInside the "War Room," as it is informally called, Israeli soldiers gaze at banks of computer and television screens. What they see are images of the wall or fence or barrier - it is all these things in different places - that is transforming the physical and mental landscape of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Their job is to stop anyone crossing the barrier and so make Israel safer.
Bush goes to work with the whitewash
Author: Doug Bandow
Source: The Japan Times - Wed 14th, July 2004
Former U.S. President Bill Clinton's commitment to doing the popular thing politically was legendary. He has met his match, however. If anything, President George W. Bush is even more devoted to turning everything to his political advantage.
Blair and Scarlett told me Iraq had no usable weapons
Author: Robin Cook
Source: The Guardian - Wed 14th, July 2004
This is the most extraordinary failure in the history of British intelligence
Outside View: Ali Baba and the Israelis
Author: Youssef M. Ibrahim
Source: Washington Times - Thu 8th, July 2004
Dubai, United Arab Emirates, Jul. 6 (UPI) -- There is a new version of the old tale Ali Baba and the 40 thieves playing in Iraq, a theater near you. If it were not true, one would have thought its authors must have swallowed a half-dozen LSD hallucination pills to spin such a tale.
The price of brainwashing
Author: Daniel Ben-Simon
Source: Haaretz - Thu 8th, July 2004
MONTREAL - Meeting with Jewish communities overseas nowadays yields quite a few surprises. They saw anxious and pained Israelis in the shadows of terror attacks and mourned with them. The years of intifada brought Diaspora Jews closer to Israel because they felt that the existential crisis for Israel was as great as it was in the days of the Yom Kippur War.

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