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  • Obama Commemorates 9/11 Anniversary By Packaging Meals…

    09/10/2011 3:20:56 PM PDT · by opentalk · 130 replies · 1+ views
    Weasel Zippers ^ | September 10, 2011 | Weaselzipper
    <p>Supposed to commemorate this?</p>

    04/22/2005 9:54:49 AM PDT · by robowombat · 84 replies · 12,114+ views
    Think Israel ^ | Jan-Feb 2005 | Elliott A Green
    ARABS AND NAZIS - CAN IT BE TRUE? by Elliott A Green Whitewashing the Arab historical record has long been the practice not only of Arab spokesmen but of the Arabs' Western and Communist sympathizers. Among the most persistent efforts to this end have been the denial and belittling of Arab involvement with the Nazis and the Holocaust. In fact, many Arab nationalist leaders - from Morocco in the west to Iraq in the east - not only sympathized with the Nazis but cooperated with German agents before and during World War 2. The most outstanding Arab Nazi collaborator, however,...
  • 'Mein Kampf' a Best Seller in Turkey

    03/24/2005 12:54:58 PM PST · by Borges · 29 replies · 1,292+ views
    Yahoo - AP ^ | 03/24/05 | JAMES C. HELICKE
    ISTANBUL, Turkey - Turkish bookshops have a best seller, but some of them are hesitant about giving it too much display. It's "Mein Kampf." The popularity of Adolf Hitler's book, filled with anti-Jewish diatribes and dreams of world domination, is puzzling some Turks. Does it reflect rising anti-Semitic or anti-Western sentiment in Muslim Turkey? Or anger over Israel's treatment of the Palestinians and the war in Iraq (news - web sites)? Is it a backlash against the country's moves to join the European Union (news - web sites)? Or does it simply offer a cheap thrill? At least two new...
  • Analysis: Islam's image deteriorates (And FR Opinion Poll)

    09/06/2003 10:34:13 AM PDT · by .cnI redruM · 29 replies · 259+ views
    The Washington Times ^ | Sept. 5 | By Uwe Siemon-Netto
    WASHINGTON, Sept. 5 (UPI) -- One of the most touching reactions by most Americans to the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001, was their eagerness to avoid stereotypes about Islam and its faithful. Two years on, this religion's image has drastically deteriorated, even among well-educated U.S. citizens, a new poll shows. After Osama bin Laden's kamikaze killers had crashed hijacked airliners into New York's World Trade Center and the Pentagon, scattered anti-Islamic outrages did occur, of course. More remarkable, though, was the outpouring of solidarity for Muslim residents in the United States, and an increased interest in their beliefs.