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Maidhc Ó Cathail writes extensively on U.S. foreign policy and the Middle East. He also edits The Passionate Attachment blog (http://thepassionateattachment.com/).

On tenth anniversary, Israel partisans behind Iraq War still at large

On tenth anniversary, Israel partisans behind Iraq War still at large

As the tenth anniversary approaches, there is no excuse for anyone genuinely interested in the facts to deny the ultimate responsibility of Tel Aviv and its foreign agents for the…

Dear Mr. President: Letters from Israel partisans that took America to war

Dear Mr. President: Letters from Israel partisans that took America to war

Neconservatives lead the push for military intervention in Syria.…

Fikra: An Israeli Forum for Arab Democrats

A surreptitious WINEP project is pushing cataclysmic regime change in Syria…

JINSA: Strengthening Israel by promoting Syrian ‘Chalabi’

On February 17, subscribers to the mailing list of the Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs (JINSA) received a message entitled “Want to Know What’s Going On in Syria?”…

Regime Change, Inc. Denies Its Own Existence

Regime Change, Inc. Denies Its Own Existence

Presumably, disseminating “People Power: The Game of Civil Resistance” has absolutely nothing to do with “training dissidents to overthrow dictatorships.”…

Antiwar.com – Your Best Source for Antiwar News?

Antiwar.com – Your Best Source for Antiwar News?

If it is to regain the trust of its readers, Antiwar.com will also need to address the serious concerns raised in this report.…

The pro-Israel NGO behind NATO’s war on Libya is targeting Syria

On December 2, the Geneva-based UN Watch welcomed that day’s “strong condemnation” of Syria by a UN Human Rights Council emergency session, and its establishment of a special rapporteur to…

Sanctioning Syria: The Long Road to Damascus

Sanctioning Syria: The Long Road to Damascus

In 1996, an Israeli think tank, the Institute for Advanced Strategic and Political Studies, prepared “A Clean Break: A New Strategy for Securing the Realm” for incoming Prime Minister Benjamin…

The ‘Humanitarian’ Road to Damascus

The ‘Humanitarian’ Road to Damascus

On November 8, the Foreign Policy Initiative and the Foundation for Defense of Democracies jointly issued a discussion paper that outlines “policy options for the United States and like-minded nations…

Territory of Lies: The Israeli-Occupied Hearing on Alleged Iranian Terror

Territory of Lies: The Israeli-Occupied Hearing on Alleged Iranian Terror

In the wake of the much-heralded FBI sting that supposedly foiled a dastardly plot by Iran’s Revolutionary Guard elite Qods Force – involving a bumbling, failed used-car salesman’s botched attempt…

Provoking a Path to Persia

In June 2009, the Saban Center for Middle East Policy published “Which Path to Persia?—Options for a New American Strategy toward Iran.” Writing in a tone strikingly reminiscent of the…

Exploiting Norway’s Terror

In the wake of any major terrorist event, it’s generally worth noting who is especially quick off the mark to exploit the tragedy. Within hours of planes striking the World…

Adam, Get Their Guns

On June 3, in an al-Qaeda video rather loftily titled “You Are Held Responsible Only for Thyself,” al-Qaeda’s California-born spokesman, Adam Gadahn, urged followers to commit violent acts of jihad…

Pro-Israelis Turning U.S. into Islamophobic Police State

Pro-Israelis Turning U.S. into Islamophobic Police State

The recent call by U.S. Senator Charles Schumer for increased rail safety funding and the creation of a “no-ride” list for Amtrak trains is yet another reminder of just who…

If Arab Spring threatens Israel, why does Saban support it?

“The test of a first-rate intelligence,” F. Scott Fitzgerald famously wrote, “is the ability to hold two opposed ideas in the mind at the same time, and still retain the…

Arab Dissidents’ Strange Bedfellows

If it’s true that, as Shakespeare famously put it, “Misery acquaints a man with strange bedfellows,” then pro-democracy Arab dissidents must be very miserable indeed. CyberDissidents.org is a project created…

MidEast Democracy: Israel’s Diamond in the Rough

“The toppling of Egypt’s modern-day pharaoh through peaceful mass protests, aided by Facebook and Twitter, marks a watershed for Egypt and the entire Arab world,” wrote Larry Diamond, in a…

Egypt: A Virtual Smoking Gun?

On January 12, 2009, US Undersecretary for Public Diplomacy and Public Affairs James K. Glassman joined a group of Egyptian political bloggers from the Virtual Newsroom of the American University…

ElBaradei: Soros’s Man in Cairo

In a February 3 Washington Post op-ed piece titled “Why Obama has to get Egypt right,” George Soros wrote that the U.S. president had “much to gain by moving out…

WikiLeaks: Advancing an Israeli Agenda?

Like 9/11, WikiLeaks has been singularly good for Israel. Asked on the night of September 11, 2001 what the terrorist attacks meant for U.S.-Israel relations, Benjamin Netanyahu, the then former…

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