LISTEN: Pentagon Estimates Cost Of Fighting ISIS Up To $10 Million Per Day September 30, 2014
“The Pentagon’s $7-10 million per day is really an estimate of operation costs, not the replacement of the munitions themselves, and I think it’s probably a low estimate. There are a lot of expenditures that the Pentagon is not calculating in its estimate.”
PLO: Netanyahu’s UN Speech A “Blatant Manipulation Of Facts”
"Obviously Netanyahu has lost touch with reality, particularly in refusing to acknowledge the fact of the occupation itself or the actions of the Israeli army of occupation in committing massacres and war crimes," she added.
VIDEO: A ‘Spoon-Fed’ Terror Threat: The Truth About Khorasan
"Once it served its purpose of justifying the start of the bombing campaign in Syria, the Khorasan narrative simply evaporated as quickly as it materialized," Intercept writers reveal.
Saudi Regime Commits New Crimes Against Protesters In al-Qatif
The region of al-Qatif in Saudi Arabia witnessed a “silent” crime a couple of days ago, when the authorities of the House of Saud used live bullets, once again, to disperse a peaceful protest, killing one person and injuring many others.
Video: The Impassioned Testimony To Israeli War Crimes By An Israeli Journalist
Israeli journalist David Sheen testifies at the Russell Tribunals hearing on Israeli War Crimes.
Story Of A War Foretold: Why We’re Fighting ISIS
Nafeez Ahmed examines how the rise of ISIS was both predicted and evitable, and argues the West's current military campaign is already being used to neuter mass surveillance reforms at home and will likely produce further political destabilisation in the region.
Analysis: Does The UN Prevent Violence Or Promote It? Ask Cuba
Fidel Castro asked the U.N. General Assembly in 1979, “Of what use is the U.N.?” Cuba has since used the platform to advocate its non-imperialist stance and promote internationalism, while other countries simply offer various messages of appeasement.
‘The Civilian Will Pay': Death Of Innocents Mount As US Bombing Of Syria Expands
'We will pay with our blood,' says Abu Ibrahim, who fled his city of Raqqa ahead of US bombing. 'In big wars, the civilian will pay.'
Nae To Independence, So What’s Next For Scotland?
Voters rejected the referendum that would have granted Scotland independence. Yet the pro-independence movement is still gaining strength, and politicians and analysts are eager to point out that the referendum is “only one of a number routes” for achieving that goal.
VIDEO: Gen. Wesley Clark In 2007: “Goal Is To Take Out 7 Countries In 5 Years”
Gen. Wesley Clark said in a 2007 interview that America's objective is to take out 7 countries in 5 years: Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Iran.