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Hanne Nabintu Herland: The Arab Winter

Throughout history, democratic leaders have occasionally shown an extraordinary talent in destabilizing the world. This was the case in Germany leading up to World War II. It also seems to apply to the current Arab spring, or maybe rather the Arab winter. The Western attempt to portray the Arab uprising as a mere question of “ ’all Muslim peoples’ yearning ... Read More »

Hanne Nabintu Herland: NATO’s role in Libya war is one of the worst examples of Western assault in modern history

 In our lifetime NATO has gone from being a transatlantic defense organization to an aggressive political alliance which attacks weak states wherever Western interests are threatened. NATO’s brutal war and contribution to genocide in Libya is one of the worst examples of Western assault in modern history. In a just world the politically responsible Western authorities would have been brought ... Read More »

Aftenposten 2011: Libya krigen – de ansvarlige burde sendes til Haag for forbrytelser mot menneskeheten

Mangelen på kritikk mot Irak og Libya krigen begynner endelig å bli omtalt som et betydelig problem. Torbjørn Jagland sier til DN at Norges rolle i Libya krigen bør granskes og at det er problematisk at Jens Stoltenberg ikke har blitt til ansvar. Det hele er aktualisert av at Tony Blair’s visestatsminister, John Prescott, gikk ut i England og påpekte at Englands deltagelse ... Read More »