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China Gave Nuclear Weapons to Saudi Arabia :CIA Contractor

China Gave Nuclear Weapons to Saudi Arabia :CIA Contractor
Scherck's self-published book, "Patriot Lost," claims China gave nuclear weapons to Saudi Arabia during George W. Bush's presidency, according to an excerpt from the book available on the Amazon.com Internet page this morning. The book contains other harsh criticisms of the G.W. Bush presidency.

Federal prosecutors say in their complaint that Scherck signed secrecy agreements with the CIA in 2004 and 2007, and agreed to let the agency review any materials he planned to publish, including works of fiction, which mention intelligence activities.

Scherck submitted the manuscript for "Patriot Lost" to the CIA for review in 2010, and the CIA did not approve its publication, but Scherck published it online a few months later, according to the complaint.

Defected Syrian Ambassador Admits Role in Killing US Troops

Defected Syrian Ambassador Admits Role in Killing US Troops
July 15, 2012 "Information Clearing House" -- Confessed terrorist Nawaf Fares has now called for "foreign military intervention," in his latest interview, this time with CNN. During this interview, Fares repeated his farcical claims that the Syrian government was working with, not fighting against, "Al Qaeda," but was more careful not to repeat admissions that he had a role in dealing with them. Fares' role for the West is very simple, repeat even the most absurd claims made by the West against Syria, hoping that with his background, an "appeal to authority" can lend these narratives the credibility they factually lack.

July 14, 2012 - Nawaf Fares, former Syrian Ambassador to Iraq who just recently defected and is now harbored in Qatar, admitted in an interview with the London Telegraph that he personally organized "Jihadi units" to fight US troops in Iraq. Fares maintain…

Meeting Mahmoud Sarsak: "It's not my victory, it's yours"

Meeting Mahmoud Sarsak: "It's not my victory, it's yours"
Ever since we heard that Mahmoud Sarsak would be freed, people in Gaza waited eagerly for that day, a day that will be commemorated in the history of Palestine.

Sarsak would finally be coming home after three years of detention without charge or trial by Israel, and three months of an epic hunger strike. His hunger for freedom had pushed his life to the edge of death. Finally, on 10 July he returned to Gaza, and on Friday, I met and spoke to him...............