America's Long-standing Campaign to Destabilize Russia By Eric Draitser


22 August 22, 2012 — Global Research

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The shootings and bombings in Ingushetia and Dagestan this week rekindled a long-standing, brutal campaign of violence and <strong class=’StrictlyAutoTagBold’>terrorism in Russia’s Caucasus region – one that has seen more than its share of terror stretching back to the Chechen “rebellion” of the 1990s.  However, in examining the recent attacks, it becomes clear that there are political and geopolitical interests behind the scenes that are actively working to destabilize Russia, with violence as their most potent weapon. Continue reading

VTJP News & Articles 23 August 2012: Oil. Religion. Occupation: A Combustible Mix

23 August 2012  — VTJP


International Middle East Media Center

Zahhar Denies Connection To Facebook Page That Carries His Name
IMEMC – Member of the Political Bureau of the Hamas movement, Dr. Mahmoud Zahhar, denied any relation to a Facebook page that carries his name and places statements allegedly made by him. …

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ICH 23 August 2012: U.S. Has Plans to Invade Syria

23 August 2012 — Information Clearing House


WMD ‘Excuse for US to Intervene in Syria’

U.S. Has Contingency Plans to Invade Syria.

By David S. Cloud and Shashank Bengali

The contingency plans call for sending U.S. special forces into Syria to protect or destroy any unguarded stockpiles to keep them from militants, officials say.

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