Author: Kevin Duewel

  • News and Analysis (12/8/10)

    Deputy Knesset chairman MK Ahmed Tibi calls for the government funded rabbis who declared “Racism Originated In The Torah” to “be given intensive course in Jewish history” and even Netanyahu protests their statements: Netanyahu Slams Top Rabbis’ Call to Forbid Renting Homes to Arabs (Haaretz) Allegations that the accused “became increasingly radicalised” as he “continued […]

  • News and Analysis (12/7/10)

    Five years ago, a jury refused to convict Sami al-Arian on ANY of the almost one hundred charges brought against him; a juror now steps forward to give the eye-opening story of the deliberations that foiled the unjust prosecution: The Al-Arian Trial –Part I (Youtube / National Liberty Fund) The Al-Arian Trial –Part II (Youtube […]

  • News and Analysis (12/6/10)

    Muslims get a restraining order against an FBI informant who admits to entrapment and FBI case collapses: Mosque Infiltration Feeds Muslims’ Distrust Of FBI (Washington Post) Netanyahu thanks Turkey for “sending firefighting planes to help battle forest fires in northern Israel that killed 41 people” but Israel is not so  grateful as to apologize for […]

  • News and Analysis (12/3/10)

    Because making  “terrorists seem ‘ten feet tall’” supports “their narrative that they’re world-historical forces on par with the U.S. — it might be time to publicly de-emphasize terrorism in the public discourse”: Let’s Stop Panicking over Half-Assed Terrorists Already (Wired) A proposal by activist Asra Nomani to profile Muslims at the airport, and a refutation […]

  • News and Analysis (12/2/10)

    Video disproves allegations that the captive was killed by his captors: British Aid Worker Norgrove Killed Accidentally by U.S. soldier, Inquiry Finds (Washington Post) “Whichever way one looks at it, the cable raises huge issues about the probity or competence of the secretary of state – and the matter will not go away”: Deflecting Blame: […]

  • News and Analysis (12/1/10)

    There is no proof, but for Iranians there is also no doubt whose hands are behind the assassination-by-bombing attempt to disrupt their nuclear program as well as cyber-attacks with the same objective: Bombings Hit Atomic Experts In Iran Streets (New York Times) After an attempted Christmas tree lighting car-bombing, the Corvallis community showed their support […]

  • News and Analysis (11/30/10)

    5,000 “young Yemenis have so far volunteered to contribute to the country’s media campaign, two hundred of which will work with [Amr] Khaled and his U.K.-based organization to … confront extremism”: Yemen: Islam’s Billy Graham Takes On Al-Qaida (Tuscon Sentinel) “We have a choice. Peace, nonintervention, and low government expenditures? Or perpetual war and out-of-control […]

  • News and Analysis (11/29/10)

    “The surgeon in the holy city of Medina knows her father, also her male guardian, is violating Islamic law by forcibly keeping her single”: Saudi Women Sue Male Guardians Who Stop Marriage (AP / Washington Post) Wikileaks brings to light some pretty icky stuff, reminding us “that sunshine is the best disinfectant” … Wikileaks Embassy Cables: […]

  • News and Analysis (11/24/10)

    Egypt’s denial of a license to for Coptic Christian house of worship leads to around 93 arrested, thirty injured, and hundreds protesting in the streets: Cairo Police Clash With Christian Rioters, 1 Dead (Washington Post) A sign that “fissures that developed between the Ahmadinejad government and conservatives in Parliament during last year’s wave of protests […]

  • News and Analysis (11/23/10)

    Potentially assisted by the Pakistani regime, who the U.S. gives billions in aid every year, a representative of the Taliban turns out to be pulling our leg, after we butter him up with “a lot of money”: Taliban Leader In Secret Talks Was An Impostor (NY Times) “Ironically, this toxic cocktail of enmity serves the ultra-Jewish nationalists. So […]

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