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Dec06

Spare me America’s tears for Jamal Khashoggi

  By: Robert Fisk Source: The Independent Can I be the only one – apart from his own sycophants – to find the sight of America’s finest Republicans and Democrats condemning the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia for murdering Jamal Khashoggi a bit sickening? “Crazy”. “Dangerous”. A “wrecking ball”. A “smoking saw”. These guys are angry. CIA director Gina Haspel, who was happy to sign off on the torture of her Muslim captives in a secret American prison in Thailand, obviously knew what she was talking about when she testified about Mohammed bin Salman and the agony of Jamal Khashoggi. US government leaks suggest that Haspel knew all about the shrieks of pain, the suffering of Arab men who...

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Nov22

The film Zionist lobbyists don’t want you to see

UPDATED: This article has been updated with all the videos released by Electronic Intifada (scroll past the videos to read the November 2nd article): By: Information Clearing House Source: Information Clearing House November 02, 2018 “ Information Clearing House“ –  The Electronic Intifada has obtained a complete copy of The Lobby – USA, a four-part undercover investigation by Al Jazeera into Israel’s covert influence campaign in the United States. It has published the first two episodes. The Paris-based Orient XXI has published the same episodes with French subtitles. The film was made by Al Jazeera during 2016 and was completed in October 2017. But it was censored after...

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Oct25

How geopolitics complicate the Khashoggi murder investigation

By: AFP Source: AFP RIYADH (AFP) – The Saudi crown prince may have failed to quell international outrage over critic Jamal Khashoggi’s murder, but a defiant speech has won him domestic plaudits even as sceptics fear the impact of geopolitics on the search for justice. After weeks of silence, Prince Mohammed bin Salman on Wednesday confronted the elephant in the room head on, denouncing the journalist’s “repulsive” murder after he entered the Saudi consulate in Istanbul on October 2 and pledging that “justice will prevail”. His first public comments on the case were met with claps and whistles in a packed ballroom at Riyadh’s Ritz-Carlton...

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