15 June 2013 — Voltaire Network
Families of Lebanese hostages in Syria have announced their intention to file a complaint against United States Senator John McCain for complicity in kidnapping. Continue reading
14 June 2013 — VTJP
International Middle East Media Center
Palestinian Injured In Nablus
IMEMC – A Palestinian man was injured on Friday [June 14] in Jama’in town, near the northern West Bank city of Nablus, after being attacked by several Israeli soldiers during clashes that took place between local residents and extremist Israeli settlers. …
14 June 2013 — FAIR Blog
If you watched ABC World Newslast night (6/13/13), the story of Syria and the use of chemical weapons had shifted pretty dramatically. Anchor David Muir declared at the top of the show: “The White House now confirming Syria’s president has in fact used chemical weapons to kill.”
June 14, 2013 — NeelamTv
CIA whistle blower Edward Snowden has reportedly been stopped from flying to the UK. The man who lifted the lid on America’s secret surveillance activities is being pursued by Washington. For his latest revelation, he told a Hong Kong newspaper that the U.S. repeatedly hacks into Chinese computer networks. For more about the leaks and Snowden’s future we’re now joined live by Pepe Escobar, a roving correspondent for the Asia Times.
15 June 2013 — Strategic Culture Foundation
The peacekeeping story is a proof Russia plays by the rules. The country has no reputation of international law abuser and can be trusted… What is important – Russia has good relations with Israel, Syria and a moderate part of Syrian opposition, which has visited Moscow to hold talks with Russian leadership. With all contributors having withdrawn or on the verge of taking a similar decision, Russian peacekeepers appear be the only hope for peace in the Golan Heights area.
15 June 2013 — Moon of Alabama
The New York Times and others try to paint a picture of a president Obama who only reluctantly took the decision to escalate the war on Syria by no longer just helping to arm the Syrian insurgency but to deliver its own weapons and to thereby commit the U.S. into a prolonged war.
14 June 2013 — Information Clearing House
Sarin Gas Use Doubted
Experts Don’t See Evidence
By Matthew Schofield
While the use of such a weapons is always possible, they’ve yet to see the telltale signs of a sarin gas attack, despite months of scrutiny.