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Partnering with Nazis

The Nazis Next Door

The depths of moral depravity into which the U.S. national-security establishment has plunged our nation were disclosed in the New York Times this week. In an excerpt from a book that was released yesterday titled “The Nazis Next Door: How America Became a Safe Haven for Hitler’s Men,” author Eric Lichtblau revealed that the FBI and the CIA hired at least 1,000 Nazis in the decades following World War II — and, not surprisingly, kept it secret from the American people.

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Stephen Lendman (ed), Flashpoint in Ukraine

Flashpoint in Ukraine

How the US Drive for Hegemony Risks World War III, Clarity Press, Atlanta 2014

The Ukrainian national elections have produced the expected results. The West-oriented parties won. Surprisingly, President Poroshenko's party and the party of the radical anti-Russian Yatsenyuk, the U.S. favorite, who carried a head-to-head-race, both ended up with 22 percent of the vote. They wish to lead Ukraine into the European Union and NATO as fast as possible.

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Establishing a New Low in International Justice

Ghulam Azam

The Trial, Conviction and Death of Professor Ghulam Azam

A recent article appeared in the Bangladesh entitled “Trial of the War Crimes: ICT of Bangladesh Now a Global Model”. The article appeared in CSB News Bangladesh, an online news agency that publishes in Bengali. In the article it is claimed that the Bangladesh Tribunal has been considered a model for the whole world. It is curious that the article, considering its content, was not published in the English language media. It is perhaps because the article is utter nonsense from beginning to end and misrepresents and misquotes throughout.

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Acid attacks in Iran

Acid attacks

A message for Rouhani?
by Massoumeh Torfeh

Iran's President Hassan Rouhani has instructed the ministries of interior, justice and intelligence to step up efforts to find the culprits behind a gruesome chain of acid attacks on women in the historic city of Isfahan. He condemned what he termed "inhuman acts" and called for bringing the perpetrators to justice.

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Will Seif al Islam Lead the Expulsion of the ISIS Affiliate, Al Fajr Libya?


Imam Musa Sadr

With the Abu Baker al-Siddiq Brigade

A second interview by this observer with Seif al Islam Gadhafi, formerly the heir apparent to his father Moammar, was sought and finally arranged as a follow up to an earlier one focusing of my interest in the Imam Musa Sadr case. That case involves a great crime against a great man and conciliator and his historic cause, and exposes those who betrayed him in Lebanon and two other countries while swearing their personal devotion and shedding crocodile tears over the past 36 years.

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