(BusinessInsider) – UAE Ambassador Says Country May Back A US-Israeli Attack On Iran
The U.A.E. may be about to support the U.S. and Israel in their rumored plans to attack Iran, according to reports from Der Spiegel.
The U.A.E.’s ambassador to the U.S., Yousef Al Otaiba, recently expressed his concerns that the costs of having Iran be a nuclear power were too high for his country, and worth the costs of going to war with the country: Read More Here
(ActivistPost) – Is Military Spending Saving or Enslaving? – Read More Here
(PresnaLatina) – Russian expert warns of regarding “factors that could lead to a war by the US and its allies against Iran” – Read More Here
(IMEMC) – Palestinian Woman Killed, Five Residents Wounded, As Israeli Army Bombards Gaza
Palestinian medical sources reported on Tuesday at night that a Palestinian woman was killed and five other residents were injured when the Israeli army fired artillery shells at a number of homes in Juhr Ad Deek, east of Gaza City. Read More Here
(DesertPeace) – PINK FLOYD ~~ THE OTHER WALL
For the first time in half a decade, rock legends Pink Floyd reunited for a benefit concert in England to raise money for young Palestinian refugees, MSNBC reported Tuesday.
Roger Waters and David Gilmour, joined by a full stage of keyboardists and drummers, both picked up the guitar to play for the more than 200 fans gathered to see the Oxfordshire concert. The reunion was unpublicized prior to the curtain’s rise.
The proceeds from the benefit concert went to the Hoping Foundation, an organization that focuses on the “next generation” of young Palestinians, mostly refugees – Read More Here
(PoliticalTheatrics) – ‘It’s Not A Life, It’s Mere Existence’: Surviving The Siege In Gaza – Read More Here
(PoliticalTheatrics) – The Source of Wars
On July 4, I said that neither the United States nor Iran would give in: “one, prevented by the pride of the powerful, and the other because it has the capacity and the will to fight oppression, as we have seen so many times before in the history of mankind.”
In nearly every war, one party wishes to avoid it and, sometimes, the two parties do. This time it will happen although one of the parties does not wish it. That was the case of the two World Wars of 1914 and 1939, only 25 years one from the other. Read More Here
(InfoClearingHouse) – What Would Einstein Have Said about Gaza? – Read More Here
(PressTV) – Twelve US-led soldiers killed in 48 hours – Read More Here