ICH: US 'Kill Team' Pose for Photos of Murdered Civilians

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Mar 21, 2011, 1:28:41 PM3/21/11
"The President does not have power under the Constitution to
unilaterally authorize a military attack in a situation that does
not involve stopping an actual or imminent threat to the nation."
Barack Obama - December 20, 2007


"This is like deja vu all over again." - Yogi Berra


Number Of Iraqis Slaughtered Since The U.S. Invaded Iraq "1,421,933"



Number of U.S. Military Personnel Sacrificed (Officially acknowledged)
In America's War On Iraq: 4,757 icasualties.org/oif/

Number Of International Occupation Force Troops Slaughtered In
Afghanistan : 2,373


Cost of War in Iraq & Afghanistan $1,168,645,563,178


US Army 'Kill Team' in Afghanistan Posed for Photos of Murdered

By Jon Boone

- WARNING - Images depict the reality and horror of war - Viewer
discretion advised.



West in "Mediaeval Crusade" on Gaddafi, Putin Says

By Maria Golovnina and Michael Georgy

China's official newspapers on Monday stepped up Beijing's opposition
to air attacks on Libya, accusing nations backing the strikes of
breaking international rules and courting new turmoil in the Middle



A Flippant Beginning to Another War

By: Timothy P. Carney

Maybe Obama doesn't think 112 Tomahawk Missiles and a pledge to
shoot down Libyan aircraft flying in their own airspace counts as



Obama's Serbia-Solution for Libya;

By Mike Whitney

All of Libya's resources lie in the eastern province which can be
easily split-off Serbia-style with the support of foreign imperialists
using their proxy armies and their "democracy promoting" puppets.



Farrakhan Warns, Advises Obama on Libya


Minister Farrakhan blasted Pres. Obama and Secy. Clinton for their
arrogance in meddling in another sovereign nation's affairs and
publicly recommending regime change.



bBarack-A-lujah! I Have Seen The Light!b

By Cindy Sheehan

I used to be against ALL wars and the use of violence, but (and I
must admit a little confusion on this one, at first) now it seems
that I am against wars, acts of war, and violence ONLY if a Republican
is president.



Revolutions and Unrest in Arab Countries Hezbollah Chief Sayyed
Hassan Nasrallah Speech


Any accusation that the US manufactured and launched these revolutions
is unjust speech toward these peoples, especially that we are talking
about regimes which are allied with the USA, serve the American
project and pose no threat to Israel.



CIA Rambo Escapes Pakistan

By Eric Margolis

The US government just decided Islamic shariah law is not so bad
after all b at least not in the case of jailed CIA agent Raymond



Libya: missile destroys Gaddafi building:

A missile totally destroyed an administrative building of Col
Gaddafi's Tripoli residence according to reports.



Libya army declares immediate ceasefire as Western powers continue
air strikes:

Western forces pounded Libya's air defenses and patrolled its skies
on Sunday, but their day-old intervention hit a diplomatic setback
as the Arab League chief condemned the "bombardment of civilians".



Tripoli says coalition, rebels breaking ceasefire:

LIBYA on Monday accused coalition forces and rebels of violating a
new ceasefire declared late on Sunday by Muammar Gaddafi's military,
JANA news agency quoted defence ministry sources as saying.



US / French attack kills 64 civilians in Libya:

Broadcaster Al Arabiya quoted the health official as saying that
the death toll had increased from the 48 deaths cited by the Libyan
armed forces. An estimated 150 people have been injured in the



At least 14 dead on bombed east Libya road-Reuters: -

A Reuters correspondent saw a total of at least 14 dead on Sunday
around the bombed out military vehicles of forces loyal to Muammar
Gaddafi on an east Libya road after Western strikes.



Libya In Pictures - From The Front Lines


Russia calls for halt to Libya attack:

"The reports say that during air raids on Libya strikes were also
delivered on non-military facilities. ... As a result, 48 civilians
are reported dead and over 150 wounded," the Foreign Ministry said
in a statement carried by the RIA Novosti news agency.



Arab League chief condemns killing of Libya civilians by Western

Arab League Secretary-General Amr Moussa calls for emergency meeting
to discuss situation in Libya, says Arabs did not want military
strike on Libya by Western powers when the League called for a
no-fly zone.



Venezuelabs Chavez: Airstrikes killing civilians in Libya:

Chavez was speaking on his Sunday TV and radio program. He called
the military intervention bimperial madness.b http://wapo.st/hvcdv9


UK Government refuses publicly to rule out ground troops in Libya:

The UK government's Chancellor has pointedly refused publicly to
rule out British ground troops being sent in - despite the clear
position of UN Security Resolution 1973 to the contrary.



Bill Kristol calls for U.S. ground forces in Libya:

"The political goal is to remove Gaddafi and ultimately military
assets will serve that political goal."



Anti-war activists arrested near White House:

More than 100 anti-war protesters, including the man who leaked the
Pentagon Papers, were arrested outside the White House on Saturday
in demonstrations marking the eighth anniversary of the U.S.-led
war in Iraq.



52 people killed as Yemen president fires cabinet:

Several ministers have resigned from the government after security
forces killed at least 52 protesters on Friday. Abdullah Alsaidi,
Yemen's ambassador to the United Nations, has also quit in protest
over the violence.



Top army commanders defect in Yemen:

Troops and tanks deployed in Sanaa to protect anti-government
protesters as senior military officials back uprising.



Nine killed in Iraq violence, 6 from same family:

Attacks around Iraq left nine people dead on Sunday, including six
members of a family killed by a suicide bomber north of Baghdad,
security sources said.



7 insurgents killed in N. Afghan province: official:

NATO-led troops based in Afghanistan during search operation
eliminated seven Taliban insurgents in Baghlan province, some 160
km north of capital city of Kabul on Sunday, an official said.



Two Gazans shot dead by Israel:

Palestinian medical officials said yesterday they had found two
bodies southeast of Gaza City, apparently shot by Israeli troops a
day earlier.



Hamas: If IDF continue to bomb Gaza, response will be severe:

The spokesman for Hamas' Izz ad-Din al-Qassam Brigades, Abu Obeida,
stated that the numerous rockets fired towards Israel in recent
days are a message to Israel to stop bombing the Gaza Strip. "The
resistance will not sit idle and watch the crimes of the occupation,
especially in light of the recent bombings," he said,


Israel admits to kidnap of Gaza engineer:

Dirar Abu Sisi, 42, went missing "under unknown circumstances" in
the early hours of Feb. 19 after boarding a train in the eastern
city of Kharkiv bound for the capital Kiev, according to Viktoria
Kushnir, a spokeswoman for the Ukrainian Interior Ministry.



Ukrainian PM hopes Israel didn't kidnap Palestinian who disappeared
on Ukrainian train:

Azarov says he doesn't want "to imagine that such things are carried
out on the soil of a friendly state." The interview was published
on Thursday.



WikiLeaks: Christian leaders voiced support for Israel's attack on

Newly released WikiLeaks cables reveal Lebanese Christian leaders
supported Israel's strikes against Hezbollah during the Second
Lebanon War http://bit.ly/eNLyET


Saudi Arabian intervention in Bahrain driven by visceral Sunni fear
of Shias:

Despite an official stance that the Saudis were there to restore
order, the real aim was to crush the rebels


Iran expels Bahrain diplomat in tit-for-tat move: :

Iran ordered a Bahraini diplomat to leave the country on Sunday
after Bahrain expelled Iran's charge d'affairs amid rising tensions
over protests in the Gulf island state.



Foreign plot against Bahrain 'foiled':

"There is a foreign plot that has been in the making for at least
20 to 30 years so that the ground is ready for its execution. If
it is successful in one of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC)
countries, it might spread


Fresh protests break out in Morocco:

Thousands of pro-democracy protesters gathered in Rabat and Casablanca
on Sunday shouting "the Moroccan people demand change!" and holding
up placards reading "For the freedom and dignity of the Moroccan



Egypt voters choose constitutional change as early results are

Partial preliminary figures show high turnout and favour eliminating
restrictions on political rights and civil liberties http://bit.ly/i6zFWo


America's Saudi air war:

The Pentagon is planning to bring dozens of Saudis to the US to
train them to fly - and to kill.



About 30 arrested at rally for Wikileaks suspect:

Hundreds rallied outside a Virginia Marine Corps base to protest
the treatment of an imprisoned Army private suspected of providing
classified data to Wikileaks.



Wikileaks: Bradley Manning's Welsh supporters protest:

Campaigners from Wales have travelled to London to protest over the
alleged treatment of a US army private accused of leaking confidential



US ambassador to Mexico resigns:

Decision linked to disclosure of Carlos Pascual's criticism of
Mexican president's handling of war against drug gangs.



Unemployment rises in nearly all metro areas:

Unemployment rose in nearly all of the 372 largest U.S. cities in
January compared to the previous month


"Let us be peace and joy"

Tom Feeley

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