Blast blame: Syria’s Muslim Brotherhood points finger at regime and vice versa

25 December 2011 —

Three headlines, all telling a totally different story. Who to believe? It doesn’t matter, the bombings are taking place within the context of a Western media onslaught that has completely demonized the Assad regime, softening us up for yet another barbaric attack on a sovereign state in the name of ‘humanitarian intervention’.

Blast blame: Syria’s Muslim Brotherhood points finger at regime Yesterday at 20:02
The Muslim Brotherhood is denying responsibility for twin suicide blasts on Friday that took the lives of 44 people in Damascus, alleging that the Syrian government was behind them.

Muslim Brotherhood denies Syria blast claims – News – Mail …
Mail and Guardian 24/12/11
Syria’s Muslim Brotherhood denied has denied it was responsible for Friday’s suicide bombings that killed 44, saying the claims were

Syria’s Muslim Brotherhood Takes Credit For Friday’s Twin Suicide …
By Pat Dollard 24/12/11
(AFP) — SYRIA’S Muslim Brotherhood has claimed responsibility for suicide bombings in Damascus that killed 44 people, saying they were the first step in liberating the capital and that more attacks were to come. The claim on Saturday …

VTJP Palestine/Israel Newslinks 24 December 2011: Will Jerusalem cause a third Intifada?

24 December 2011 — VTJP


Ma’an News

Mediator: Political detainees free by end of month
12/24/2011 – GAZA CITY (Ma’an) — Nablus billionaire and political independent Munib al-Masri said Saturday in the Gaza Strip that political prisoners both in the West Bank and in the Gaza Strip would be released by the end of this month, following unity talks in Cairo.” By the end of the year, all political detainees will….

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A history lesson By William Bowles

25 December 2011 — Strategic Culture Foundation

I don’t remember much about my high school years. Some of the highs (few in number) come back to me but it was mostly lows which probably explains why I don’t remember much. It’s not that I was dumb, I just had no motivation, but I was interested in history, jazz and politics (thanks to my parents) and even won a prize for a history essay as well as starting up the school’s first jazz appreciation society (not appreciated by the school I might add, the head of music tore down my posters).

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