22 November 2013 — The Conversation
20 November 2013 — Global Research
The eruption of the Syrian conflict early in 2011 heralded the demise of Turkey ’s officially pronounced strategy of “Zero Problems with Neighbors,” but more importantly, it revealed a “hidden agenda” in Turkish foreign policy under the government of Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
22 November 2013 — Electronic Frontier Foundation
22 November 2013 — Our Kingdom
On the routine indignities of a migrant’s life in Britain
“Are you working at a Kebab shop?” the policewoman at Gatwick Airport border control was yelling at a Turkish man who could not speak any English. He was trying to tell her – in Turkish – that he just came to visit his son and the son was actually waiting outside the airport. I understood what he said, and naturally the policewoman could not.
22 November 2013 — Global Research
On September 11th, 2001, the world changed and the endless war on terror was unleashed across the globe. First Afghanistan was invaded, and then Saddam Hussein and Iraq were also mysteriously implicated in 9/11 as the public were sold the case for the invasion of another oil rich nation.
21 November 2013 — VTJP
International Middle East Media Center
PCHR Weekly Report: 15 Palestinians wounded in 56 incursions by Israeli troops
IMEMC – In its Weekly Report On Israeli Human Rights Violations in the Occupied Palestinian Territory for the week of 14- 20 November 2013, the Palestinian Center for Human Rights (PCHR) found that Israeli forces launched 8 air strikes on the Gaza Strip. 3,500 chicks and 15 sheep died in Israeli raids on poultry and sheep farms in Khan Younis. …
21 November 2013 — Information Clearing House
Undercover British Soldiers ‘Killed Unarmed Civilians in Belfast’
Speaking publicly for the first time, the ex-members of the Military Reaction Force (MRF), which was disbanded in 1973, said they had been tasked with “hunting down” IRA members in Belfast.