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  1. Iraq Daily Roundup: Diyala Province Focus of Attacks; Eight Killed in Iraq

    An ISIS cell is likely behind multiple attacks across Diyala province.

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  2. Jewish Settlers Rule the Roost in Israel, But at What Price?

    Israeli Jewish settlers are on a rampage in the occupied Palestinian West Bank. While settler violence is part of everyday routine in Palestine, the violence of recent weeks is directly linked to the general elections in Israel, scheduled to be held on September 17. The previous elections, on April 9, failed to bring about political … Continue reading "Jewish Settlers Rule the Roost in Israel, But at What Price?"

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  3. NPR Mocks Cancer Survivor in Drumbeat of Syria Propaganda

    It may be a new low in propaganda. National Public Radio (NPR) used the news that Syrian First Lady Asma Assad had overcome breast cancer to mock her and continue the information war against Syria. They interviewed a Human Rights Watch staffer named Lama Fakih who is an American from Michigan now based in Beirut. … Continue reading "NPR Mocks Cancer Survivor in Drumbeat of Syria Propaganda"

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  4. America’s Interventionist Middle East Policy Started 66 Years Ago

    As the late-summer date of August 20th passes stateside, very few Americans will recognize the significance of it in our nation’s history. It marks the 66th anniversary of a sinister turn in the history of American foreign policy, and while neocons and hawks of all sorts will tell you history started on September 12th 2001, … Continue reading "America’s Interventionist Middle East Policy Started 66 Years Ago"

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  5. The Deeper Meaning in a Lost War

    It’s pretty clear. Saudi Arabia has lost, and, notes Bruce Riedel, “the Houthis and Iran are the strategic winners.” Saudi proxies in Aden – the seat of Riyadh’s Yemeni proto-“government” – have been turfed out by secular, former Marxist, southern secessionists. What can Saudi Arabia do? It cannot go forward. Even tougher would be retreat. … Continue reading "The Deeper Meaning in a Lost War"

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