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Cheating the American Public

Once again what was to be an open Senate Hearing on the Oslo Accords on February 4th has now been sabotaged by Arabists in...

Egypt: Iraq May Attack Israel, “All Hell Would Break Loose”

The following are excerpts from an article which appeared in the Egyptian English weekly, Al-Ahram of Al-Ahram Weekly 5th - 11th February, 1998 Front page...

Slave Trade Fed by Sudan’s Civil War

Madhol, Sudan (February 8, 1998 00:19 a.m. EST) <!--http://www.nando.net -->-- Stacks of money pass from the Christian foreigner to the Muslim trader, an...

Long History of Deceptions from Avneri

"... The corruption within the Palestinian Authority... is not widespread." "... Should something happen to Arafat, it would be a disaster of national proportions." "... Palestinians...

The Egyptian Police

The fragile situation in Luxor and the general depression which set in after the massacre, should have given Luxor officials some idea of what...

Neo-Nazis Carving Out Fiefs in Eastern Germany

Angermuende, Germany -- The football-sized rocks crashed through the window of Holger Zschoge's ground-floor apartment on the night of Jan. 30 while he was...

Barak’s Position that Charter Canceled Firm Despite Singer

IMRA interviewed Labor MK Ehud Barak's spokeswoman, Meirav, in Hebrew, on January 26 and again on January 28, 1998. January 26: IMRA: What is MK Barak's...

Saudis Will Not Help in Iraq Attack

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) -- America's closest ally in the Persian Gulf -- Saudi Arabia -- also could be its toughest challenge in...

Secretary of State Madeleine K. Albright

As released by the Office of the Spokesman U.S. Department of State Secretary Albright: Well, good afternoon everybody. Before departing for the Gulf, I want...

Britain’s Gulf War Commander Says Air Strikes Won’t Work Against Iraq

LONDON (AP) Britain's Gulf War commander said today that air strikes alone would not be entirely effective against Iraq. Using "the rather blunt weapon of...