Monthly Archives: January 2017

Palestinian, Jewish and Syrian localities destroyed since the beginning of Zionism until 2016

Palestinian, Jewish and Syrian localities destroyed since the beginning of Zionism until 2016 http://www.de-colonizer.org/map Based on rigorous research, De-Colonizer is proud to present its new map entitled « Colonialism in destru(a)ction ». This map shows the Palestinian, Jewish and Syrians localities destroyed since the beginning of Zionist migration (end of 19th century). The breakdown by historical layers (destructions before 1948, during the Nakba […]

Mapping the Palestinian villages erased and replaced with Jewish towns

Mapping the Palestinian villages erased and replaced with Jewish towns https://972mag.com/mapping-the-palestinian-villages-erased-and-replaced-with-jewish-towns/124847/ A new map seeks to provide new information on the Palestinian cities, towns, and villages that were erased and replaced since the inception of the Zionist movement. By Tom Pessah Immigrants coming to Israel are unlikely to know the name “Mlabes,” but Israelis are more […]

The 239 Year Timeline of America’s Involvement in Military Conflict

The 239 Year Timeline of America’s Involvement in Military Conflict http://www.wakingtim…15/12/17/68629/     Isaac Davis, Staff Waking Times “I should welcome almost any war, for I think this country needs one.” -President Theodore Roosevelt The American public and the world have long since been warned of the dangers of allowing the military industrial complex to become such an integral […]

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Who are the real culprits: The news of the cold-blooded murders in Norway last month saddened us all. We at Glór Moslamach wrote to the Norwegian Ambassador in Ireland to offer our heartfelt condolences. Meanwhile, the attitude of the media was hopelessly predictable. Fingers were immediately pointed at Muslims by so-called ‘experts’ on terrorism before […]

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asked how many “US military interventions in third world / non-western countries in the 20th century have resulted in an increase in democracy in the country?” This doesn’t cover the various theatres of the second world war since those weren’t, in any meaningful sense, interventions in the country in question, rather being part of a […]