VTJP Palestine/Israel News & Articles 22 October 2012: The full story behind the war against free speech in Israel’s universities

22 October 2012 — VTJP


International Middle East Media Center

Gaza Prepares To Welcome The Prince Of Qatar
IMEMC – The Hams-led government in the Gaza Strip, the Hamas movement and various sectors in the Gaza Strip are preparing for the historic visit of the Prince of Qatar, Hamad Bin Khalifa, and his wife Mouza, who will be arriving in Gaza Tuesday in a move to break the illegal Israeli siege, and launch the Gaza reconstruction plan. …

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“October Surprise”: The Nobel Peace Committee’s “Collective Insanity” By Felicity Arbuthnot

21 October, 2012 — Global Research

“When Kissinger won the Nobel Peace Prize satire died”, satirist Tom Lehrer, memorably commented.

The Former US Secretary of State was awarded his Nobel for “negotiating the Vietnam Peace Accords.” In fact he had been involved in oversight of the secret bombing of Laos and Cambodia (both neutral countries.) In nine years more than two hundred and sixty million bombs were dropped. He had also supported the murderous regimes in Chile and Argentina, where the “disappeared” are seared in to the national psyche.

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ICH 22 October 2012: CIA Chiefs Face Arrest : Horrific Evidence of Bloody ‘Video-Game’ Sorties

22 October 2012  — Information Clearing House

CIA Chiefs Face Arrest Over

Horrific Evidence of Bloody ‘Video-Game’ Sorties by Drone Pilots

By David Rose

Shocking new evidence of the full horrific impact of US drone attacks in Pakistan.



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Media Lens: Bad Pharma, Bad Journalism By David Cromwell

23 October, 2012 — Media Lens

Ben Goldacre is a medical doctor and science writer who, until November 2011, wrote the Guardian’s Bad Science column which was presented as a thorn in the side of pseudoscience, quackery and ‘Big Pharma’, the giant and powerful pharmaceutical industry. On September 21, the Guardian published an extract, ‘The drugs don’t work: a modern medical scandal’, from Goldacre’s new book, Bad Pharma. (Unfortunately no longer available on the Guardian website. However, it can currently be accessed here). A disturbing picture emerges of corporate drug abuse: Continue reading