Archives for 3月 2024



Jules Feature photo

Washington DC — (Scheerpost) — Prosecutors representing the United States, whether by design or incompetence, refused — in the two-day hearing I attended in London in February — to provide guarantees that Julian Assange would be afforded First Amendment rights and would be spared the death penalty if extradited to the U.S. The inability to give



Israeli weapons Feature photo

Over 9,000 Palestinian women have been killed since the start of the Israeli war on the Gaza Strip. Mothers have been the largest share of Israeli killings, with an average of 37 mothers per day since October 7. The numbers above, from the Palestinian Health Ministry in Gaza and the Red Crescent Society, respectively, only convey part of the



Asnar Allah Feature photo

In his traditional Tuhamian clothing, Ali, a Yemeni fisherman from the coastal city of Hodeidah, stands in a gathering of thousands of Yemenis and chants, "With you, with you, O Al-Qassam Brigades... until victory or martyrdom." Ali told MintPress News that with the beginning of the holy month of Ramadan, he feels the suffering of his brothers

以色列杀了我母亲!低调采访来自加沙的 Dalloul Neder

低调采访了来自加沙的达卢尔·尼德 (Dalloul Neder),他在以色列轰炸中失去了五名家人,其中包括他的母亲和兄弟。达卢尔试图将此案提请其议员、工党议员安吉拉·雷纳注意,但遭到警察的袭击和殴打。

Watchdog Dalloul Neder Feature photo

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USAID Feature photo

A report from the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) outlines how the government agency has been encouraging governments, tech platforms, establishment media outlets and advertisers to work together to censor huge swaths of the Internet. The 97-page “disinformation primer,” obtained by conservative firm America First Legal



Gaza Editorial Feature

When the foreign policy of a country as large and significant as the United States is governed by a case of cognitive dissonance, terrible things happen. These terrible things are, in fact, already taking place in the Gaza Strip, where well over 100,000 people have been killed, wounded or are missing, and an outright famine is currently ravaging