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Tuesday, 30 June 2009
What Obama and the Media Don?t Know or Care to Report
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by Norman Berdichevsky (July 2009)



President Obama’s Cairo speech was equally misleading about what he said and didn’t say regarding both Israel and what he so fondly calls “The Muslim World”, the most misleading term in the entire lexicon of political geography. Looking at the conflicts in the world today and since the end of World War II, a significant portion of the deaths, destruction and unrest caused have been the result of inter-Muslim disputes, most notably the eight year long war between Iraq and Iran resulting in more than a million killed, the invasion of Kuwait by Iraq, the Pakistan-Bangladesh conflict (following civil war and secession), Lebanese, Yemeni and Somali Civil Wars, inter-sectarian Muslim violence between Shias and Sunnis in Syria, Lebanon and Iraq,  border disputes between Syria and Jordan, Syria and Lebanon, Jordan's crackdown on "Black September" , Syria's suppression of the Muslim Brothers and opponents of the Assad regime, inter Palestinian factionalism, the decade long mass violence by Muslim religious extremists in Algeria or between Muslims and Christians and between Shia and Sunni Muslims in Lebanon, Iraqi and Turkish suppression of Kurdish autonomy, Muslim terror against civilians in Chechniya, and massive violence between Muslims and Hindus in India - partition and three India-Pakistan wars, terrorism in Kashmir and India, Muslim secessionist activity and terrorism in the Philippines, Muslim grievances in Thailand and China and Somali piracy agaimst the merchant ships of all nations. Where Muslims have been at risk of displacement and under attack in Bosnia, Kosovo and Kuwait, their rescue was made possible only by the efforts of the United States. more>>>

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Posted on 06/30/2009 5:48 PM by NER
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2 Jul 2009
Send an emailNidra Poller

Magnificent. Un chef d'oeuvre! Nothing more needs to be said...but of course I will be chiming in shortly with an article about ramifications of the Cairo speech...the European angle, the Iranian contradiction. But, I repeat, this article is magnificent.