Most of the dozen or so domains seized on Thursday were registered in the U.S. and belonged to Al Manar TV which is affiliated with the Lebanese resistance group.
Chris Hedges: Ukraine’s Death by Proxy
Proxy wars devour the countries they purport to defend. There will come a time when the Ukrainians will become expendable to the U.S. They will disappear, as many others before them, from U.S. national discourse and popular consciousness.
THE ANGRY ARAB: Putin & the Arabs
The Arab public’s antipathy toward the U.S. determines their stance toward the Russian-Ukrainian war, writes As`ad AbuKhalil.
THE ANGRY ARAB: Arafat, Nasrallah & Nasser
They are incomparable in many ways, writes As`ad AbuKhalil. But each, within the era that he shaped, dominated the Arab stance toward Israel.
THE ANGRY ARAB: Saudis Provoke Another Lebanese Crisis
The Saudi-UAE alliance wants to protect the Israeli flank from a powerful resistance movement with regional extensions, writes As`ad AbuKhalil.
US Intel Cartel: All Nations We Hate Interfered in Our Elections
We will never be given any solid evidence for these U.S. spy claims, writes Caitlin Johnstone. Yet U.S. foreign policy officials and mainstream news coverage of them will act as though we have.
THE ANGRY ARAB: Is Lebanon Heading to Partition?
As`ad AbuKhalil says the last two years have been calamitous for the country.
THE ANGRY ARAB: The Blast (and the Failed System) That Shook Lebanon
The key question after the Aug. 4 explosion in Beirut revolves around the role of the Lebanese Army command, which is the sole authority with direct control over the security and safety of the port, and its surroundings.
How a Police Spy’s Stunning Testimony Threatens the Official Buenos Aires Bombing Story
Revelations by a former police spy upend the official story blaming Iran for the 1994 bombing of a Jewish community center in Buenos Aires, and suggest a cover-up, reports Gareth Porter.
THE ANGRY ARAB: Silence Over Lebanon’s Suffering
For the first time since the early 20th century, the Lebanese people are talking about famine, writes As`ad AbuKhalil.