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The second wave of the Egyptian revolution

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"The Supreme Council of the Armed Forces (SCAF), who have removed Morsi, have been in control of Egypt for decades behind a number of different regimes, including Morsi. The…

Chomsky on the Arab Revolutions

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Lebanon Defence Minister 'offered invasion advice to Israel'

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Elias Murr advised U.S. diplomats on how Israel could 'clean out' Hezbollah from southern Lebanon by Haaretz Lebanon's Defense Minister offered advice on how Israel could defeat…
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The deadly lie of democracy in Iraq

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In 1963, the CIA-backed coup that deposed the populist, left-leaning government of Brigadier General Abdul Karim Qassim, and eventually brought Saddam's Baath party to power,…
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How Hezbollah Defeated Israel, Part 3, Alastair Crooke & Mark Perry on Winning the Political War

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"First, the Hezbollah victory has shown that Israel - and any modern and technologically sophisticated Western military force - can be defeated in open battle, if the proper…

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Israel and Settler Society by Lorenzo Veracini

The struggle between Israel and the Palestinians is not unique -- whatever the news media may suggest. Lorenzo Veracini argues that the conflict is best understood in terms of colonialism. Like many other societies, Israel is a settler society. Looking in detail at the evolution of other colonial regimes -- apartheid South Africa, French Algeria and Australia -- Veracini presents a thoughtful interpretation of the dynamics of colonialism, offering a clear framework within which to understand the middle east crisis.