Khader Adnan Rearrested, Then Released

Khader Adnan Rearrested, Then Released by Stephen Lendman Israel's longstanding treatment of Khader Adnan is one of many examples of its viciousness.  His extraordinary courage in the face of Israeli brutality made him a national hero. One day after release following 55 painful hunger striking days for justice, Israeli forces rearrested him - another shocking... Continue Reading →

Iran Nuclear Talks: Agreement in Vienna

Iran Nuclear Talks: Agreement in Vienna by Stephen Lendman Years of talks brought fruition. It's all over except for Iran's continued struggle to be accepted unconditionally as a member in good standing in the world community of nations. A first step requires full implementation of agreed on terms - no reinterpreting them post facto, a... Continue Reading →

Choice for Greeks: Rebel, Leave or Starve

Choice for Greeks: Rebel, Leave or Starve by Stephen Lendman Tsipras and likeminded SYRIZA officials proved they're like all the rest - masquerading as populists, governing like corporate tools, ready to unleash police state harshness against public anger over betrayal at its discretion. The price for new bailout funding (mostly earmarked to pay bankers, not... Continue Reading →

Britain Targets Russian Media

Britain Targets Russian Media by Stephen Lendman Britain, America and other Western nations disgracefully consider real news, information and analysis Russian media provide propaganda - in other words, anything exposing their destructive agenda truthfully. Britain is obstructing Russia's international news agency Rossiya Segodnya (RS). On orders from Whitehall, Barclays bank froze its account unjustifiably without... Continue Reading →

A Case Study of Israeli Murder

A Case Study of Israeli Murder by Stephen Lendman Since 2000 alone, Israel killed around 10,000 Palestinians, including over 2,000 children. The Occupied Territories are virtual free-fire zones. Israeli soldiers, police and other security forces kill defenseless Palestinians with impunity. Israel's record since its 1947-48 war establishing the Jewish state reflects out-of-control violence and persecution... Continue Reading →

Tsipras Surrenders to Troika Bandits

Tsipras Surrenders to Troika Bandits by Stephen Lendman Greece is being systematically raped and pillaged. It's painful to see how easily powerful monied interests can destroy a nation without firing a shot. Financial war is as cruel and ruthless as naked aggression. Long-suffering Greeks understand better than establishment economists - paid to con people to... Continue Reading →

Iran Nuclear Talks: No Deal Yet

Iran Nuclear Talks: No Deal Yet by Stephen Lendman Talks continue as this is written. Sticking points remain. On Sunday, the Iranian Students News Agency (ISNA) quoted President Hassan Rohani saying: "The country, people and the negotiating team have carried out their responsibilities towards the talks. Currently, we are very close to the peak (of... Continue Reading →

Life in Donetsk: Resilient Despite Obama’s Continuing Proxy War

Life in Donetsk: Resilient Despite Obama's Continuing Proxy War by Stephen Lendman Obama's dirty war of aggression using Ukrainian and imported mercenary forces continues against Donbass residents rejecting fascism - wanting democratic rights everyone deserves. Since conflict began in April 2014, Kiev's junta regime committed major war crimes. Russia's Investigative Committee (IC) is set to... Continue Reading →

Israel Frees Khader Adnan

Israel Frees Khader Adnan by Stephen Lendman He hunger struck for justice and prevailed - for 55 painful days leaving him close to death. He was arrested and detained nine times before - held administratively uncharged and untried because he committed no crimes, an innocent man punished for wanting to live free. Three other times... Continue Reading →

Troika Tyranny!

Troika Tyranny! by Stephen Lendman Eurozone finance ministers continue meeting in Brussels on bailout terms Greece offered - practically everything asked for, what no responsible government would agree to. Leaked word is it's not enough. Saturday talks ended inconclusively. They resumed Sunday.  A scheduled summit of all 28 EU leaders to follow was cancelled. European... Continue Reading →

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