“Saudis” bomb refugee camp in Yemen, killing scores

saudis-bomb-refugee-camp-in-yemen-killing-scores-4890-articles.html by crescent-online.net

March, 2015

True to form, the "Saudis" can only kill civilians as they have been doing in Yemen over the past several days. In their latest assault, at least 45 people were killed at al-Mazrak refugee camp in north west Yemen. If the fighting drags, there is every likelihood that the "Saudi" regime itself will collapse.

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Getting to the wire in Iran-P5+1 nuclear talks

getting-to-the-wire-in-iran-p51-nuclear-talks-4889-articles.html by crescent-online.net

March, 2015

In the absence of confirmed news, western media outlets have resorted to their favorite ploy of wild speculation aimed at projecting the western point of view. Iranian officials have dampened such speculation saying good progress has been made but some tough decisions need to be made by the other side. The next two days will tell whether a framework agreement can be finalized.

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“Saudi” air strikes in Yemen cause huge civilian casualties

saudi-air-strikes-in-yemen-cause-huge-civilian-casualties-4888-articles.html by crescent-online

March, 2015

Has the "Saudi" regime shot itself in the foot by attacking Yemen? Motivated by extreme hatred of Houthis as well as complete paranoia of people getting their legitimate rights, the medieval kingdom has launched air strikes in Yemen causing huge civilian casualties. A number of other oppressive regimes have joined them in this war of aggression. There may be war crimes charges levelled against "Saudi" rulers.

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“Saudis” attack another Muslim country: Yemen

saudis-attack-another-muslim-country-yemen-4887-articles.html by crescent-online.net

March, 2015

The Bedouins from Najd, the "Saudi" clan has never fought the enemies of Islam but they are quick to attack Muslims. Their forces have brutalized the people of Bahrain; they have unleashed the liver-eating terrorists in Syria and Iraq and have now started bombing revolutionary fighters in Yemen. Perhaps, they may have overstretched themselves. Their Yemeni misadventure may turn out to be their undoing. If so, it would come none too soon!

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When is a terrorist not a terrorist? When he is not a Muslim!

when-is-a-terrorist-not-a-terrorist-when-he-is-not-a-muslim-4886-articles.html by crescent-online.net

March, 2015

If a Muslim is involved in any violent activity, it is called terrorism. If there is a non-Muslim, it is not terrorism! This has become the standard fare with law enforcement agencies, government officials and the media in most Western countries. Nor surprising then, that an average person believes the allegation that all Muslims are not terrorists but all terrorists are Muslims! Read on...

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US war in Afghanistan to continue indefinitely

us-war-in-afghanistan-to-continue-indefinitely-4885-articles.html by crescent-online

March, 2015

The US is involved in a slick game to hoodwink war weary Americans about its true intentions in Afghanistan. Despite repeatedly announcing that US combat mission in Afghanistan ended in December 2014, it is still continuing. The US has kept 10,000 or more troops and these are likely to remain in the country beyond 2016.

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Muslim leader in Georgia on the oppression of his community

muslim-leader-in-georgia-on-the-oppression-of-his-community-4884-articles.html by crescent-online

March, 2015

Muslims are under pressure and suffer oppression virtually everywhere. We look at the situation of Muslims in Georgia by interviewing Mirtagi Asadov, Chariman of the Supreme Administration of Georgian Muslims.

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Rallies in LA and DC against US war in Syria

rallies-in-la-and-dc-against-us-war-in-syria-4883-articles.html by crescent-online.net

March, 2015

The US is addicted to war regardless of who is in the White House--a Democrat or Republican. There is also increasing opposition to such wars as yesterday's protest rallies in LA and Washington DC showed. Organizations such as ANSWER and CodePink have stood up to the warmongers and mobilized public opinion. More Americans need to join such rallies to end the violence and aggression.

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Afghan women defiant after lynching and burning in Kabul

afghan-women-defiant-after-lynching-and-burning-in-kabul-4882-articles.html by crescent-online

March, 2015

Women are greatly oppressed in Afghanistan's tribal society but the lynching and burning of a 27-year-old woman in Kabul has horrified people worldwide. In Kabul, women took the unprecedented step of carrying the coffin of the victim, Farkhunda, to the cemetery amid calls for the arrest and punishment of the culprits and the police that stood by watching the mob perpetrate the crime.

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Saudi-backed terrorists blow up Sana'a mosques killing hundreds

saudi-backed-terrorists-blow-up-sanaa-mosques-killing-hundreds-4881-articles.html by crescent-online

March, 2015

The takfiri terrorists backed by the primitive Saudi regime only know how to destroy and kill. Their latest outrage was committed in Sana'a, Yemen's capital, where two takfiri suicide bombers in a hurry to go to hell, blew themselves up inside two mosques killing 130 people as they had gathered for Jumuah (Friday) Prayers. Hundreds of others were badly injured. The takfiris claimed responsibility for the attack, as reported by the BBC.

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Ken Stone’s Presentation at a townhall meeting in Hamilton against Bill C-51

ken-stones-presentation-at-a-townhall-meeting-in-hamilton-against-bill-c-51-4880-articles.html by crescent-online.net

March, 2015

Harper's cynical fear-mongering and Islamophobic rantings to push through the oppressive Bill C-51 have not gone unchallenged. On March 14, tens of thousands of Canadians rallied in 70 cities across Canada to oppose the bill. It is a serious assault on Canadian civil liberties and will criminalize dissent. Here is Ken Stone's presentation at the Hamilton & District Labour Council held in the Council chambers of Hamilton City Hall.

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Former Yemeni president chased to his Aden hideout

former-yemeni-president-chased-to-his-aden-hideout-4879-articles.html by crescent-online.net

March, 2015

You can run but you can't hide seems to be the message being delivered by one ousted president Ali Abdullah Saleh to another, Abd Rabbu Mansour Hadi. The Saudis forced Saleh to resign in February 2012; the Houthis drove Hadi from power last month and put him under house arrest in Sana'a. Hadi fled to Aden making it his temporary capital but trouble seems to have followed him there as today's attack on Aden Airport showed.

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Who’s watching CSIS? Not Ottawa — and not the media

whos-watching-csis-not-ottawa-and-not-the-media-4878-articles.html by Andrew Mitrovica

March, 2015

As the Harper government pushes ahead with imposing the draconian Bill C-51 on Canadians that would grant even more powers to the Canadian Security and Intelligence Service (CSIS) without any proper oversight, Investigative reporter Andrew Mitrovica draws attention to the past misdeeds of the spy agency whose record is less than sterling.

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Election results reconfirm deep racism in Zionist state

election-results-reconfirm-deep-racism-in-zionist-state-4877-articles.html by crescent-online.net

March, 2015

By appealing to the deep-seated racism of the Zionists, Benjamin Netanyahu's Likud Party once again came out ahead with 30 seats in Israeli elections. He will now have to cobble together a coalition in the snake pit of Israeli politics. Netanyahu has vowed no Palestinian state, more illegal settlements and an even more belligerent policy. The choices for the Palestinians are now very clear.

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Death sentence for Brotherhood chief, 13 others

death-sentence-for-brotherhood-chief-13-others-4876-articles.html by crescent-online

March, 2015

An Egyptian court has handed down another batch of mass death sentences. The victims include leader of the Ikhwan al Muslimoon Mohamed Badie and 13 others. An additional 31 persons in prison will be sentenced on April 11. Egyptian courts have earned the dubious distinction of delivering farcical verdicts that have nothing to do with the law and everything to do with pleasing their masters in uniform.

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