Tag Archives: The Guardian

John-Paul Pagano Analyses Iranian Vice President Rahimi’s Racism

One of the least reported stories in the media recently was the crazed and racist speech at a event in Tehran, AP explains: “According to The New York Times, Mr Rahimi blamed Zionists, a term used by some for Jews … Continue reading

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Twitter Capitulated To The Syrian Dictatorship

According to the Guardian, Twitter instead of objecting to interference from the Syrian dictatorship capitulated to it: ‘Twitter closed down a string of accounts purporting to be authored by the Syrian president and the first lady, emails reveal. A senior … Continue reading

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The Guardian Leaks Bashar al-Assad’s Emails

The Guardian provides an astonishing insight into the comfortable and brutal world of the Assad dictatorship: the Assad emails.

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Twitter As News

I can’t claim any originality on these links or snippets, but I find Twitter invaluable for providing a different selection of news on events around the world. Syria, an Arab league monitor resigned in disgust after witnessing Syrian government snipers … Continue reading

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The Guardian’s Soft Racism and Deborah Orr

The Guardian newspaper is considered to be one of the quality periodicals in Britain, yet if you ever wanted to find the tell-tale smell of anti-Jewish racism then look no further. Comment is Free, the Guardian’s on-line presence, is stuffed … Continue reading

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