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Gaza Siege Harshness Continues

Gaza SiegeIsrael's claimed easing is false. Besieged Gazans remain isolated. The Palestinian Center for Human Rights (PCHR) assessed conditions in January.

Except for limited amounts of agricultural products, Gaza's export economy's suffering. In addition, imports of basic needs and raw materials fall well below minimal needs.

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Gold versus Paper

Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Benankeby Jacob G. Hornberger

In a recent lecture to an undergraduate class at George Washington University, Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Benanke, not surprisingly, blasted the gold standard and praised paper money and the nation’s central bank, the Federal Reserve. He said that it would be impractical to return to the gold standard and that the Federal Reserve is necessary to address economic crises.

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The ‘Pressure Cooker’ tactics – A Glimpse Into Israeli Psychosis

Pressure CookerThe Israeli Ynet (Hebrew edition) published a few hours ago an interview with retired Israeli police  commissioner, Major General Assaf Hefetz. Hefez is highly critical of the French police’s recent operation in Toulouse.

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America's Unfinished Business In The Middle East

obama-syndromeIf President Bush invaded Afghanistan and Iraq based on lies and deception, please explain why the U.S. is not responsible for repairing the horrific damage inflicted on those two countries and for paying reparations. By some estimates more than 1 million Iraqis have been killed, more than a million have been wounded, more than a million have lost their homes, two million have fled the country, and millions are without adequate electricity and other services essential for civilized life.

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US counts the cost in Afghanistan

flagby Alan Fisher

After spending billions to help the Taliban beat the Russians, America famously decided it was "game over" in Afghanistan and it no longer needed to pour money into the country.

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