Issue #. 138. October 2007
Electronic Journal & Daily Weblog
ISRAELI HIGH COURT RETURNS PALESTINIAN LANDS?
Don't Believe the Hype!
by David Bloom, WW4 REPORT
BOOTS, BEARDS, BURQAS, BOMBS
The Politics of Militarism and Islamist Extremism in Pakistan
by Beena Sarwar, Himal Southasian, Kathmandu
DESTINATION DARFUR: A NEW COLD WAR OVER OIL
by Vijay Prashad, Frontline, Chennai, India
PARAGUAY: LABORATORY FOR LATIN AMERICA'S NEW MILITARISM
by Benjamin Dangl, Upside Down World
COLOMBIA: PARAS, ARMY STILL KILLING PEASANTS
from Weekly News Update on the Americas
INDIGENOUS ANARCHISM IN BOLIVIA
An Interview with Silvia Rivera Cusicanqui
by Andalusia Knoll, Rustbelt Radio, Pittsburgh
PIRATES OF THE MEDITERRANEAN
America's First War on Islamic Terrorism
by Bill Weinberg, Middle East Policy
"If we were to be driven out of Iraq, extremists of all strains would be emboldened. Al-Qaeda could gain new recruits and new sanctuaries. Iran would benefit from the chaos and would be encouraged in its efforts to gain nuclear weapons and dominate the region. Extremists could control a key part of the global energy supply. Iraq could face a humanitarian nightmare. Democracy movements would be violently reversed. We would leave our children to face a far more dangerous world."
—George Bush, address to the nation, Sept. 13, 2007
"If I go there will be trouble
And if I stay it will be double"
— The Clash, "Should I Stay or Should I Go," 1982
Exit Poll: Separation barriers appear to be the icon of the new security state from the West Bank to Baghdad to the US-Mexican border. Are there still potentialities for a just co-existence (Israeli-Palestinian, Sunni-Shi'ite, gringo-Latino), or do "good fences make good neighbors" and it is just a question of where to draw the line?
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