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US Favorite al-Maliki Persecuting His Enemies

Nouri al-MalikiPrime Minister Nouri al-Maliki’s “harassment and persecution of anyone deemed a threat to himself or his party has dramatically reduced freedom throughout Iraq,” a noted journalist reports.

What’s more, al-Maliki is presiding over a system “rife with corruption and brutality, in which political leaders use security forces and militias to repress enemies and intimidate the general population.”

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From N.J. to Canada

NYPDThe New York City Police Department (NYPD) has become a lawless entity that spies on anti-war groups and Muslims, even when no suspicion of a crime exists, a New York law professor charges.

From a secret office in New York City's Brooklyn borough, NYPD dispatches spies to engage in the "human mapping" of mosques, cafes, bookstores, and the like in areas populated by residents from 28 countries, such as Syria, Egypt, Iran, etc., the law professor charges.

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Supreme Court’s Word Game Saves Obamacare

ObamacareThe Supreme Court decision upholding the health-insurance mandate in the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) has an Alice-in-Wonderland feel to it.

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Five houses, and another five, and a bulldozer, and a prison cell

demolition ordersby Adam Keller

This week, I again got an emergency call from the village of Al Aqaba. An Israeli military force once again came to the village, and delivered five new  demolition orders. Five more houses under a sentence of demolition are a very serious matter in a tiny village of a bit more than three hundred inhabitants, living in a few dozen houses on a bit of land in the north-east corner of the West Bank.

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Warning Against 'Preventive' Attack on Iran

waging-war“A unilateral preventive attack” on Iran by the United States would be viewed by many countries “as a breach of international law,” a former high American Defense Department official has warned his country.

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