Selected Articles: Trump and Netanyahu Are on the Loose

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Fact Checking Benjamin Netanyahu’s General Assembly Speech

By Adam Garrie, September 20, 2017

The other country on Netanyahu’s list that has been occupied by Israel and not Iran is Lebanon. After invading Lebanon in 1982, Israel set up a permanent occupying force in southern Lebanon between 1985 and the year 2000. Israel maintained a presence in the country until 2006, when Israeli forces retreated in the face of strong Hezbollah defences.

Amidst Universal Opposition to KRG Referendum, Israel Stands by Kurds

By Sarah Abed, September 20, 2017

The Kurds are allied with Syria’s fiercest enemy – Israel – whose planned Greater Israel project coincidentally aligns almost perfectly with the Kurds’ plans for “Kurdistan.”  In the Oded Yinon plan, which is the plan for a “Greater Israel,” it states the imperative use of Kurds to help divide neighboring countries in order to aid in their plans for greater domination. Interestingly enough, Kurds brush this alliance off as being just another step in achieving their ultimate goal of creating an autonomous Kurdistan.

The UN, Trump and Netanyahu: When Did Democracy, Justice and Equality Just Disappear?

By Anthony Bellchambers, September 20, 2017

‘America First’ means just that, but to include also its creature state, Israel, which was established in 1948 thanks solely to the pressure exerted on the then newly constituted and unrepresentative, minority United Nations by the American Zionist Council, now better known as AIPAC the US Israel lobby group, which is a major [but unelected] force in shaping American foreign policy.

A New Provocation: US Establishes First Permanent Military Base Inside of Israel

By Patrick Henningsen, September 20, 2017

The US base may also be used to launch air sorties to defend Israel’s recent illegal annexation of the part of the Golan Heights, land which it has managed to take under the cover of the Syrian conflict. Recently, Israel has managed to pry away this contested land from Syria with the help of Al Nusra terrorists on the ground, after they previously chased out UNDOF Peacekeepers which had been positioned there since 1974. Amazingly, the UN still has not updated its website to express this new reality on the ground (still showing a mission photo from 2012).

The House that Bibi Built as Prime Minister of Israel

By James Zogby, September 19, 2017

This unholy alliance between US neoconservatives and Netanyahu was no accident. They had long been partners. Back in the late 1970’s, Netanyahu convened many of these same thinkers to Israel for a summit at the Jonathan Institute—an event which some have called the birth of the American neoconservative movement. Back then, their focus was hostility to the Soviet Union and the “national liberation movements” alleged to be Soviet pawns. The ideology they spawned was decidedly pro-Israel and anti-Arab, and extremely hostile to all things Palestinian.

Trump’s UN Address to Call for Action Against Nonexistent North Korean and Iranian Threats

By Stephen Lendman, September 19, 2017

Trump’s UN address will likely heighten world tensions, not ease them. War is America’s favored geopolitical strategy. Who’s next on its target list?

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