News and Analysis (8/19/14)

As scholars say, “The worsening plight of Iraq’s Christians is but a legacy of US’ illegal, unwarranted and criminal invasion of Iraq in 2003 and its subsequent engineering of sectarian strife to divide the Iraqi resistance to the occupation” and urge the UN hold ISIS accountable for its “crime against humanity” …

… and a top Saudi imam says that the terrorist entity Islam’s  “No. 1 enemy and that Muslims have been their first victims” …

… IS condemns an entire village for the peaceful resistance of one resident and threatens Americans everywhere  in retaliation for American intervention, starting wth the beheading of an American journalist:

“Two people are reported to have died as a result of the Israeli strikes, and eyewitnesses said thousands of Gazans were heading for UN shelters. Israel said about 50 rockets were launched from Gaza on Tuesday, but there were no injuries reported”:

“A UN official said approximately 16,800 homes and over 100 UN refugee installations in Gaza were destroyed or severely damaged during the war with Israel”:

Some say that Al-Maliki and Al-Abadi are of the same cloth, but a different design. The new Iraqi prime minister is described as “different type of Islamist: one whose education, big-city upbringing and decades of living in Britain:

As The  president of Fortune 500 company punishes Scotsmen for solidarity with Gazan victims of Israeli aggression … 

… NSW police go to the supreme court in effort to stop protesters from practicing their freedom of speech right by using the Summary Offences Act of 1988:

During a visit to Gaza, the British Consul General to Jerusalem, Alstair McPhail was photographed wearing a scarf with an embroidery of the slogan ” Free Palestine” next to the map before 1948:






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