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Will Lebanese Allies Open the Gates to Fight Hezbollah?

Hezbollah

A rather impressive academic, “Manal” who is also an experienced Syrian lawyer and erstwhile supporter of both Hafez and Bashar Assad, but who now supports Jabhat al Nusra as a ‘good cop’ preference over the ’bad cop’ of Da’ish (ISIS), recently presented to this observer her Brief and Statement of Case for her current client. As if she was a finalist in a senior year of law school moot court competition or even arguing before a US Federal District Court.

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At this square in the heart of Tel Aviv…

Domolition

by Adam Keller

Now it's official: Mohammed Deif lives - and he has resumed his activity in the military wing of Hamas. The State of Israel did not succeed in "eliminating" him.

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A Terrible Beauty

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White denial in the face of overwhelming evidence is a sight to behold
by Daniel Patrick Welch

First of all, spare me any #notallwhites vitriol because *you* haven't personally lynched any black people today. [Incidentally, it may be a frivolous aside, but can there be any more depressing harbinger of non-change that this--Lynch--is the last name of the newly installed Attorney General?]

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The Trial of Muhammad Kamaruzzaman: An Anatomy of Injustice

Mohammad Kamaruzzaman

by Muhammad Abu Baker Molla

There are two tribunals currently dealing with allegations of crimes against humanity in Bangladesh, the ICT-1 and the ICT-2. In reality however they are one and the same, and both suffer from the same inadequacies that we have seen and commented upon previously.

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Vietnam Was No Business of the U.S. Government

aigon

This week marks the 40th anniversary of the communist defeat of the U.S. national-security state in Vietnam. Despite the deaths of some 58,000 American soldiers and millions of Vietnamese, the country was united under the rule of the communist regime in North Vietnam. With the possible exception of World War I, it would be difficult to find a better example of a total waste of American life.

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