Middle East and Surrounds

Syria II

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CRAZED ISRAELI SOLDIER BEATS FIVE PROTESTERS WITH HIS GUN …. NOT ONE AS WAS PREVIOUSLY REPORTED

New video shows IDF officer struck several left-wing activists.

In clip taken by Palestinian TV, and released by left-wing NGO B’Tselem, Lt. Col. Shalom Eisner seen beating protesters without clear provocation.

IN ISRAEL: IMPRISONED FOR REFUSING TO BE A CRIMINAL

“I refuse to join an army that has, since it was established, been engaged in dominating another nation, in plundering and terrorizing a civilian population that is under its control.”

The Proliferation of Invasive Surveillance Technologies and the Current Turmoil Unfolding in Syria

A recent transmission of End the Lie Radio with Madison Ruppert covered a plethora of important topics that the corporate controlled media refuses to report.

With his special guest, Activist Post write Brandon Turbeville, Madison broke down the invasive surveillance technologies that are taking over the world.

They also delve into the turmoil that has continued to unfold throughout Syria.

Pentagon: America will be ready if needed in Syria

Assad “will be taken down,” Panetta said.

Forget all about the “reluctance.” That one Panetta quote is the real story.

Ceasefire Reached After Israeli Air Strikes Killed 26 Palestinians in Gaza

Most of the Palestinian victims were killed on Saturday, making it the deadliest 24-hour period Gaza has seen since the Israeli attack in December 2008 and January 2009 when some 1,400 Palestinians were killed, most of them civilians. “Israel presents this as they’re attacking terrorists who are en route to commit some kind of attack, and that’s the claim they always make,” Abunimah says. “But in fact, in almost every case, they’re attacking people in their homes, riding in cars, just walking in the street.”

Turkey: The odd man in

With a high-profile visit to China, Turkey’s Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan continued his campaign to increase the geopolitical clout of his country.
Judging from Erdogan’s trip to China, Turkey still has a way to go.

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