IAEA Feeds Hysteria Over Iran’s Nuclear Enrichment Program

by Jason Ditz, published on Antiwar.com, September 7, 2021 IAEA report complains about lack of a new monitoring agreement. The IAEA is continuing to offer misleading reports on Iran’s nuclear program, giving false impressions of rapid growth of the uranium stockpiles built around counting the rate of growth of trivially small segments. Tuesday’s report both centers on Iran’s 60% enriched[…]

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Yemeni FM Condemns IMF Decision to Disburse Millions in COVID $$ to Govt in Exile

by NewsDesk, published in The Cradle, August 31, 2021 The Foreign Minister of Yemen’s National Salvation Government (NSG) condemned the decision by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) on 30 August to disburse $665 million worth of emergency reserves to the Saudi-backed parallel administration led by ousted President Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi. In a letter addressed to the IMF Managing Director,[…]

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Why Hezbollah is Bringing Iranian Fuel to Lebanon

by Radwan Mortada, published on The Cradle, August 23, 2021 With the war in Afghanistan winding down, US abuses of power and the incompetence of their puppets are bared for all to see.   Lebanon’s economy is collapsing from similarly incompetent Saudi controlled and western manipulated politicians and financial officers, the Caesar sanctions on Syria, its primary trading partner, and a[…]

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Israeli Jews Call: “Stop Israel’s Apartheid!”

Published on Jews for Decolonization, August, 2021 This was published as a sign-on letter and circulated in Israel.   The letter has over 1000 signatures.  We can keep an eye on it an see how it grows.   The letter acknowledges the suffering visited on the Palestinians and supports the global BDS Campaign, with which we wholly concur. It is a very[…]

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America’s Afghan War Is Over, So What About Iraq – and Iran?

by Nicolas J. Davies and Medea Benjamin, July 12, 2021 At Bagram air-base, Afghan scrap merchants are already picking through the graveyard of U.S. military equipment that was until recently the headquarters of America’s 20-year occupation of their country. Afghan officials say the last U.S. forces slipped away from Bagram in the dead of night, without notice or coordination. The[…]

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The Ethiopian Conflict and International Law

by Ann Garrison, published on Black Agenda Report, July 8, 2021 “The NATO nations, and especially the US are hostile to Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed and the government of Ethiopia.” Ann Garrison: Francis Boyle, you’re an expert in international law, including subsets, international human rights law, and international humanitarian law. Could you explain what international humanitarian law is? Francis A. Boyle: There[…]

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What Is Wrong with the “Humanitarian Crossing” into Syria?

by Rick Sterling, published on Global Research, July 8, 2021 The U.S. is hellbent on keeping their crossing into Idlib open.   Tony Blinken warned the Russians a week ago week if they use their veto in the Security Council, the U.S. will end Biden’s initiative to open a dialog with them.  What a surprise. U.S. dialogue ends at the first[…]

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Protest the U.S. Bombing of Iraq and Syria

UNAC Statement For the second time in the short period since the Biden administration has taken office, the United States has bombed Syria. This time Biden also bombed Iraq. Both attacks are illegal and violations of international laws guaranteeing the sovereignty and autonomy of all countries. If anyone thought the election of Joe Biden would bring peace in the Middle[…]

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