Birth pangs of a new, (democratic) Middle East

In 2006 during the invasion of Lebanon by the illegal Zionist entity, the then Secretary of State Condoleeza Rice had described the plight of Lebanon as “the birth pangs of a new Middle East”. Fast forward to 2011, she didn’t know how right she was….although it is in a totally different vision from what the neo-cons and the Zionist supporters back in the United States had for the Middle East.

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Israeli propaganda teaching their children to hate the world

The Israeli Zionists often complain that Palestinian children are indoctrinated to “hate Israel” and accuse Palestinians of having TV shows that apparently “teaches” these things. Well, apparently the Zionists are themselves guilty of the very thing they accuse Palestinians of!

Israel arms Egypt against protesters

Isn’t it unsurprising that an apartheid regime would want to do its best to keep a dying dictatorial regime in power? ‘Nuff said.

Israel arms Egypt against protesters
Press TV

Reports say Israel has sent crowd dispersal weapons to the Egyptian regime to curb massive protests against President Hosni Mubarak’s 30 years of authoritarian rule.

The International Network for Rights and Development said that three Israeli planes landed at Cairo’s Mina International Airport on Saturday, carrying equipment for use in dispersing and suppressing large crowds, a Press TV correspondent reported.

According to the report, Egyptian security forces received the cargo on three Israeli planes, which were allegedly carrying a large supply of internationally proscribed gas to disperse crowds.

Egyptians have taken to the streets across the country for eight days running, demanding that Mubarak step down.

The uprising has prompted Mubarak to appoint his first-ever vice president and a new prime minister in a desperate attempt to retain power.

But his response has, so far, failed to appease angry demonstrators, who have vowed to remain on the streets until Mubarak’s resignation.

The unprecedented protests have sparked concerns over a possible energy crisis in Israel given the prospects of a new, Islamic government in Egypt, which supplies some 40 percent of Israel’s natural gas.

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