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John Kerry says U.S. war on Iraq was serious mistake

John Kerry says U.S. war on Iraq was serious mistake



BEIJING: US
Secretary of State John Kerry admitted that the Iraq war was a serious
mistake for which the sufferings continued even today, Geo News reported
on Tuesday.




In an interview to Chinese news agency,
US Secretary of State, John Kerry said he had termed this decision of
former President George Bush going for war on Iraq a grave mistake.



Even
today, the region's many problems are caused by the Iraq war, the U.S.
is trying to address, citing example of President Obama’s pulling out
the troops from Iraq, he said.



The statement of the US
Secretary of State has come at a time when Iraq has already suffered an
irreparable loss and the country is bleeding in a civil war. 





*THE ABOVE STATEMENT FROM KERRY SHOWS ALL ALONG TERRORISM WAS THE RESULT OF ARROGANT POWER.*


Three Israeli Settlers And The The Searing Hypocrisy of the West

Three Israeli Settlers And The The Searing Hypocrisy of the West

By Susan Abulhawa





July 02, 2014 "ICH"
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Since the teens went missing from Gush
Etzion, a Jewish-only colony in the West Bank,
Israel has besieged the 4 million Palestinians who
already live under its thumb, storming through
towns, ransacking homes and civil institutions,
conducting night raids on families, stealing
property, kidnapping, injuring, and killing.
Warplanes were dispatched to bomb Gaza, again and
repeatedly, destroying more homes and institutions
and carrying out

extrajudicial executions.

Thus far, over 570 Palestinians have been
kidnapped and imprisoned, most notably a Samer
Issawi, the Palestinian who went on a 266-day hunger
strike in protest of a previous arbitrary detention.
At least 10 Palestinians have been killed, including
at least three children, a pregnant wom…

Palestinians in Israel find consensus against army enlistment

Palestinians in Israel find consensus against army enlistment

One of the largest assemblies of Palestinian community leaders inside
Israel in the last decade was held in Sakhnin two weeks ago as Palestinians in Israel organize to push back against the state’s new efforts to recruit Christians into the army.


Organized by the High Follow-up Committee for Arab Citizens of Israel, participants included Islamic movement leader Sheikh Raed Salah, Greek Orthodox Archbishop Attalah Hanna, Palestinian members of Israel’s parliament, the Knesset,
representing multiple parties, Druze sheikhs and other religious
community leaders as well as activists, writers, judges and artists.