Why the London Terror Attack Happened Now
Posted: Tuesday, June 6, 2017
Why the London Terror Attack Happened Now
This is what Theresa May refused to tell you in her schoolyard sermon on terror
The Prime Minister is going to have her 'embarrassing conversations' with Britain's Muslims, who have no power to switch off the evil ideology which Wahhabism represents. She does have that power – but she won't use it
Cause and Effect John Pilger on Terror in Britain
'Blame the internet' is just not a good enough response, Theresa May
We can feel pretty certain that the London Bridge attackers did the following things: owned smartphones; and used Google, YouTube, Facebook and WhatsApp. That isn't because owning those things and using those services marks you out as a terrorist: it's because it marks you out as someone living in the west in the 21st century.
A 50-Year Occupation: Israel's Six-Day War Started With a Lie
Fifty years ago, between June 5 and June 10, 1967, Israel invaded and occupied East Jerusalem, the West Bank, the Gaza Strip, and the Golan Heights. The Six-Day War, as it would later be dubbed, saw the Jewish David inflict a humiliating defeat on the Arab Goliath, personified perhaps by Gamal Abdel Nasser's Egypt.
Netanyahu insists Israel retain Jordan Valley military control
PM says 'we seeks peace that will last for generations,' but 'we must maintain security'
U.S. poised to warn U.N. rights forum of possible withdrawal
This Is Why Saudi Arabia and Its Allies Suddenly Cut Ties to Qatar
The Saudis and their allies are demanding, in effect, that Qatar end its independent foreign policy and tame or close down its television station, Al Jazeera.
Mr Trump's unqualified support for the Sunni monarchies and autocrats during his two-day visit to Riyadh emboldened the kingdom to start a second and, it hopes, final round in its confrontation with Qatar. Mr Trump may not have intended to touch off this latest crisis when he aggressively and inaccurately demonised Iran and by implication the Shia as the source of all terrorism in the Middle East and North Africa. But his words were interpreted by the Saudis as enabling them to move against Qatar though it is home to a major US base.
Qatar hosts largest US military base in Mideast
Qatar split raises problems for US with Iran, ISIS
What's Happening in the Persian Gulf
Early Monday morning, five Arab states–Bahrain, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, and Yemen–along with the Maldives, broke all diplomatic and physical ties with the Persian Gulf emirate of Qatar. All six countries say they are withdrawing their diplomats from Qatar within 48 hours and expect Qatari diplomats to reciprocate within the same time frame, and other Qatari nationals in those countries have two weeks to leave.
Qatar's Tensions With GCC Took Root During the Arab Spring
Qatar Sided With Muslim Brotherhood Against Regional Dictators
Qatar denounces 'unjustified' cut of Gulf ties
Qatar on Monday slammed the decisions of three Gulf states to sever ties with it, saying they were "unjustified" and aimed to put Doha under political "guardianship".
Pentagon Praises Qatar as US Tries to Stay Out of Split With Saudis
Top-Secret NSA Report Details Russian Hacking Effort Days Before 2016 Election
Gov't contractor charged with leaking classified info to media
The Department of Justice charged 25-year-old government contractor Reality Leigh Winner with sharing top secret material with a media outlet, prosecutors announced in a press release Monday.
How The Intercept Outed Reality Winner
Today, The Intercept released documents on election tampering from an NSA leaker. Later, the arrest warrant request for an NSA contractor named "Reality Winner" was published, showing how they tracked her down because she had printed out the documents and sent them to The Intercept.
President Vladimir Putin On Alleged Russian Election Interference
Montenegro Joins NATO, First New Member in a Decade
NATO welcomed the tiny country of Montenegro, as its 29th member Monday – the first new member in nearly ten years and a move that comes on the heels of President Trump's visit to NATO's headquarters.
Hiding the Ugly Business of U.S. Torture
A grisly feature of the "war on terror" was America's descent into torture, but the powers-that-be have decided that the common folk shouldn't worry their little heads about this ugliness, reports ex-CIA analyst Ray McGovern.
Israel's Yinon Plan, Saudi Wahhabism & US Wars: Arab Christians Pushed Into Mass Exodus
"The real danger lies in whether the Christian world loses the last early Christians...the last ancient souls of the earth." Such is the dire prediction by one writer regarding the ongoing exodus of Arab Christians from the Middle East - an exodus triggered by Western neo-colonialism and Zionist expansion that suits the military-industrial complex.