Browsing All posts tagged under »war«

Colonialism: part two

January 31, 2013

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The war in Mali deepens and innocent people keep dying. The aim of France is not the one to fight against Islamist groups, but to reconquer Mali;  many countries ( US in forefront followed by UK and Germany) back the French president Hollande’s initiative to start a war in the south African region. Why? First of […]

Elections in Israel: Zionism might win

January 22, 2013

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Netanyahu is likely to win the next elections in Israel and the more this victory seems achievable, the more I fear for Israelis and Palestinians. So far very little has been said regarding the two-state resolution or any commitment to ending the conflict that still today is the cause of many deaths. As the BBC […]

The Journalist’s Dilemma

January 21, 2013

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What is happening in Algeria is the current emblematic example of how people react to war with war. The French defense minister Jean-Yves Le Drian has described the attack at the In Amenas gas plant as an act of war, probably forgetting that few days ago France invaded Mali declaring war against Islamist groups who, in turn, are spreading terror […]

The first terrorists are you

January 15, 2013

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This is not the first time that France intervenes where its intervention is not required. Many of you must remember when the 1996 French president Mitterrand sent troops to Ruanda and contributed to the massacre of about one million (ONE MILLION) people in three months. Decision later defined by Sarkozy as a mistake.  17 years later […]

Hi, this is Syria, do you remember me?

January 6, 2013

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After a long time of unbearable silence, Syrian president Bashar al-Assad finally had a public speech in which he condemns the violence of rebels and reminds to the world that Syrians are suffering. Strange that after almost two years of clashes, deaths and flees the president realizes only now that Syria needs global attention, immediate resolutions, concrete interventions. More […]

My Resolution

January 4, 2013

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Everyone seems to have New Year’s resolutions. I stopped celebrating New Year when I was about 20; as many others celebrations, this too  seems pointless to me. However, when New Year arrives, people’s lives are suddenly lead by an impressive positive and willing-to-accept-challenges mood and it is impossible to be immune to the wave of […]