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Thursday, 27 September 2012

Thursday, September 27, 2012

NEW YORK, Sept 27 (Reuters) - Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will set out, in his speech at the United Nations on Thursday, an ultimatum for Iran to halt its disputed nuclear drive or risk coming under military attack, an Israeli official said.
Assange Mocks Obama At U.N. Event
Japanese Cult Leader Executed For 6 Murders
The Drone War May Be Popular In The U.S. AND Illegal
Top Cartel Leader Suspect 'El Taliban' Arrested In Mexico
Obama Adviser Slams Romney For Arab Spring Criticism
Austin Dacey: Blasphemy, Religious Hatred, and the United Nations
Those who study the history of blasphemy laws are condemned to repeat themselves: These laws don't work. Unless what you are after is more blasphemy.
Sarwar Kashmeri: A Yankee Spring in the Middle East
None of the protests have dwelled on American ties to Mubarak. Could it be that Egyptians do recognize American help in launching their Arab Spring? I believe they do and instead have offered the U.S. a second chance to get on the right side of Egyptian history.
Caroline Gluck: Surviving Yemen's Hunger Crisis
Yemen is in the midst of catastrophic hunger crisis with 10 million people -- almost half the population -- without enough food to eat and five million people needing urgent assistance.
Chase F. Robinson: Understanding Middle Eastern Reactions to 'Innocence of Muslims'
The YouTube video "Innocence of Muslims" can now be added to a lengthening list of portrayals of Muhammad that have led to violence, both threatened and real, along with calls for censorship. Especially given the rank amateurishness of this video, why does it provoke so?
Richard J. Rosendall: Resisting the Rage Trade
The anti-gay, xenophobic, and misogynist bullies of the Christian right are so determined to defeat President Obama and promote orthodoxy that they endanger American diplomats and undermine fundamental principles of freedom.

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