S. Shankar
(Cont'd) If we, as Americans, can be brave enough
Mon Sep 27, 2004 01:46

If we, as Americans, can be brave enough and honest enough to call the Old Mafia what it was, namely a criminal conspiracy run by Italians, than there is no reason why we shouldn't call the New Mafia, a criminal conspiracy run by Israelis, what it is. We Americans, and indeed the rest of the world, must, for our own survival, recognize the fact that these thugs will only bring corruption and death to our neighborhoods and that one day, one way or another, we will all be cut down in the crossfire.


"The New Mafia" is an excerpt of the work by the author "Not My Words, but Theirs: A Christian American's Defense of Middle Eastern Culture and its People." The website for the book may be accessed at www.notmywords.com . The author may be reached at mglenn@mediamonitors.org

Earth, a planet hungry for peace

The Israeli apartheid (security) wall around Palestinian population centers (Ran Cohen, pmc, 5/24/03). The Israeli apartheid (security) wall around Palestinian population centers in the West Bank (Ran Cohen, pmc, 5/24/03).

Opinions expressed in various sections are the sole responsibility of their authors and they may not represent Al-Jazeerah's.



From Shiva Shankar

Dear Sir,

In the piece "The New Mafia" that you forwarded appears the line "... It didn't change the fact that America was discovered by an Italian and later named after one ..." amongst other inanities such as "... calling Israel "the only democracy" in the Middle East, despite the fact that the tactics she employs against even her own citizens fly in the face of everything we hold dear as Americans...".

"Discovered", and by an Italian??? And "hold dear as Americans", things such as atomic weapons, agent orange, napalm, UDW ...???

Yes, indeed this piece proves it - that europeans/north americans, be they jew or gentile, are the nastiest and the most violently racist people on this earth!

S. Shankar

60 Minutes' delays report until election
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