Israel has been the big story in The New York Times this month, with lead stories, front page photos and endless commentary. Reporters and pundits have looked at Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s speech to Congress and his election win from every angle. What could be left to say? What more would you want to know?
In fact, there is much that the Times is not telling you. For instance, that Israeli security forces killed two Palestinians this month and that the United Nations released a report showing that Israel killed more Palestinians in 2014 than in any year since the 1967 war.
Times reporters failed to cover these events, and they continued, as always, to neglect the ongoing harassment of Palestinians, the daily incidents that underscore the brutality of the occupation—home demolitions, the destruction of crops and orchards and the use of lethal and non-lethal weapons to threaten and injure…
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McCAIN: The Israelis will need to chart their own path of resistance. On the Iranian nuclear deal, they may have to go rogue. Let’s hope their warnings have not been mere bluffs. Israel survived its first 19 years without meaningful U.S. patronage. For now, all it has to do is get through the next 22, admittedly long, months.
During a floor speech on March 24, Senator John McCain (R-AZ) offered some frightening and seditious advice to Israel.
Alternet reports: Republicans have teamed up with their counterparts in the Israeli political system to do everything they can to obstruct a deal – with tactics such as drafting new sanctions legislation and warning the Iranian leadership that the nuclear agreement will not outlast President Obama.
But this past week Senator John McCain (R-AZ) ratcheted up this sabotage to a new level. During a floor speech he gave on March 24th, the senator suggested that Israel “go rogue” and that if they don’t they may not survive the next 22 months of the Obama presidency:
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PhotoMarbella – Promotional Video – TRE Telethon – Cudeca – Marbella, Spain – YouTube. click here for video
An interesting video about Cudeca and TRE telethon, this is 2014 they only raised 15000€.
This year, they on the day raised 30,000€ double on last year plus 20,000€ beforehand making raised in total 50,000€, half what they wanted to raise but far more than the year before. I have been critical about this year,s event but that criticism can only harden and make TRE go out to prove me wrong and raise more.Please consider going back to holding the event at Christmas TRE you will not regret it, combining party events before hand, then the telethon, you could make that magical figure of 100,000€.
FOOTNOTE- Brought tears to my eyes seeing Craig James, and jack the blind golfer(he was not blind, but that was my nickname for him ), both dead now, both cared for by Cudeca-
A former NASA engineer claims he saw a nine-foot alien while monitoring a space mission in 1991.
Clark McClelland was allegedly part of a team based at the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida, when he spotted the extra-terrestrial humanoid.
The ‘entity’, he says, stood on two legs and approached two U.S. astronauts, that he would not name, for one minute and seven seconds in the space shuttle bay.
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Sighting? Clark McClelland, allegedly pictured during his time with NASA, claims he saw a nine-foot alien
The entity, he claims in a YouTube video, was standing on two legs and interacted with two US astronauts
His story has been hailed by supporters as the most conclusive evidence that intelligent life exists in space.
McClelland claims the U.S. government has stripped him of his pension and forced him to live on social security, despite insisting he has served on more than 800 NASA missions.
But in a series of YouTube videos, he implores the public to take him seriously.
‘I love my planet, I love our human race. I’m trying to serve all of you, if only you will let me,’ he tells viewers.
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