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Moshe Ya'alon fixes Netanyahu in resignation speech

Ya'alon, Lieberman and Netanyahu

Israel's defense minister Moshe Ya'alon was replaced by one of the most extreme politicians in Israel Avigdor Lieberman. The rift between Ya'alon and Netanyahu seems irreconcilable. Right from the start, Ya'alon supported the IDF prosecutors who charged Elor Azaray with the murder that caused an outcry in Israel.

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Diplomatic Discourse in Dhaka

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Slavery was officially ended in the U.S. on 6 December 1865, that being the date the 13thAmendment to the Constitution was ratified. The whole concept of slavery is now quite rightly an anathema to all, and no-one would seek to suggest that the U.S. is an enemy of the most basic human rights and fundamental freedom given its historical position.

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UK Labour to open re-education camps?

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by Jonathan Cook

The manufactured “anti-semitism crisis” in the British Labour party rumbles on into new realms of ideological insanity. The witch-hunt against commentary critical of Israel or Zionism has been in full flow, and now an internal party inquiry led by Jan Royall has reached its conclusions.

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The ADL and the Armenian Genocide

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It’s Not Over Until It’s Over
by David Boyajian

In mid-May, on the Anti-Defamation League’s “blog,” CEO Jonathan Greenblatt said that the ADL now “unequivocally” acknowledges the Armenian Genocide committed by Turkey. Curiously, he doesn’t mention Turkey. The ADL, he added, “would support U.S. acknowledgment of the Armenian Genocide.”

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No CIA Regime Change in Venezuela

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Venezuela is in a state of crisis and collapse. The socialist economic system of President Hugo Chavez and his successor Vicente Maduro has plunged the nation into an economic black hole, one that, according to a front-page article in today’s New York Times, is even “claiming the lives of untold numbers of Venezuelans.”

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