Two Occupations: Why Are We Silent on Kashmir?

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Five Years After the Genocide, Yazidis Share Their Forgotten Stories and Demand Justice

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Global Research, August 08, 2019
Jesuit Refugee Service 1 August 2019

Five years after Islamic State (ISIS) militants launched a genocide against the Yazidi community in Sinjar, northern Iraq, hundreds of thousands of Yazidis are still displaced and living in harsh conditions. The Jesuit Refugee Service (JRS) calls on the international community to guarantee the security of the Yazidi people, and to provide support for reconstruction, inclusion, and sustainability in Sinjar. Local authorities are urged to implement dignified medium-term solutions for those with no immediate prospect of voluntary return.

The ISIS attacks that began on 3 August 2014 resulted in thousands being killed: the United Nations estimates that 5,000 Yazidi men died in the massacre. Yazidi men who refused to convert to Islam were executed and dumped in mass graves; many boys were forced to become child soldiers. An estimated 7,000 Yazidi women and girls…

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The Middle East Agenda: Oil, Dollar Hegemony & Islam in Imperialism — Counter Information

By Professor Francis A Boyle May 11, 2019 “Information Clearing House” – Assalamu’alaikum. Dr. Mahathir, Mrs. Mahathir, distinguished Excellencies, ladies and gentlemen. Little has changed in the imperialist tendencies of American foreign policy since the founding of the United States of America in seventeen eighty-nine. The fledgling United States opened the nineteenth century by stealing the […]

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OIL: The Missing Three-Letter Word in the Iran Crisis

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Oil’s Enduring Sway in U.S. Policy in the Middle East

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It’s always the oil. While President Trump was hobnobbing with Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman at the G-20 summit in Japan, brushing off a recent U.N. report about the prince’s role in the murder of Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo was in Asia and the Middle East, pleading with foreign leaders to support “Sentinel.” The aim of that administration plan: to protect shipping in the Strait of Hormuz and the Persian Gulf. Both Trump and Pompeo insisted that their efforts were driven by concern over Iranian misbehavior in the region and the need to ensure the safety of maritime commerce. Neither, however, mentioned one inconvenient three-letter word — O-I-L — that lay behind their Iranian maneuvering (as it has impelled every…

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If you provoke the entire world, something may happen — OffGuardian

Andre Vltchek The United States believes that it is so invincible, exceptional and so frightening that no one would ever dare to protest, let alone defend its people against constant humiliation, economic embargos and military threats. It used to be like this for quite some time. In the past, the West used to bully the…

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Europe Freaks Out Over Minuscule Iranian Uranium Enrichment

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Global Research, July 09, 2019

Leave it to CBS News and all the other establishment propaganda mills to spin the obvious.

CBS and the others know the Iran nuke deal is a dead letter.

Trump refused to honor the agreement while Europe pretends the deal is still valid, mostly because it needs Iranian oil. EU apparatchiks understand all bets are off now that the US has reimposed sanctions.

They have no choice but to fall in line.

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Iran ignores Trump’s warning, breaks another nuclear deal limit on uranium enrichment

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In true Pavlovian fashion—following the lead of Trump and his coven of neocons and Israel-firsters—the Europeans have threatened to trigger the JCPOA’s “dispute resolution mechanism” allowing the EU to impose sanctions. This will result in the…

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Italy: Declassified — Mark Curtis

Articles 1976 “coup” ‘Sporchi trucchi’ (Guardian, 14 January 2008) ‘Britain joined plot to overthrow a Communist Italian government’ (Times, 14 January 2008) ‘From the secret papers of the Foreign Office the idea of a coup d’état in Italy’ – Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, (In Italian) (La Repubblica, 13 January 2008) Gladio network…

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