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Sarah Abdallah
Independent Lebanese geopolitical commentator. | |
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Sarah Abdallah retweeted
Senator Rand Paul 11h
Saudi Arabia is not our friend. They fund radicalism around the world. We don’t need to be arming them. They are the worst actor out there promoting terrorism.
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Hannibal Khoury 15h
"There are seven churches in Mhardeh, and a priest told me that if the western-backed rebel forces had broken through, every last Christian in the town would have been killed or forced to flee."
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Sarah Abdallah 10h
As opposed to him actually bombing actual weddings in Iraq and Afghanistan when he was president.
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Sarah Abdallah 13h
The woman who voted for the illegal war in Iraq, which gave rise to ISIS, and spearheaded the unconstitutional war on Libya, which brought slave-selling jihadists to power, wants to lecture us about the “rule of law”.
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Sarah Abdallah 14h
Saudi Arabia bombs a bus full of fleeing people in Yemen, killing 17 civilians, including women and children, and no one even bats an eyelash. But Saudi Arabia murders one single Washington Post columnist and the whole world completely loses it.
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Tulsi Gabbard 17h
We should condemn Saudi Arabia for Khashoggi’s murder - but where is the outrage over Saudi-U.S. coalition’s murder of tens of thousands of Yemeni children through starvation and bombing? Are their lives worth nothing?
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Glenn Greenwald Oct 15
The point of the bullshit Saudi story isn't for you to believe it. They know you know it's false. The point is to give some kind of cover to all the business, political and media elites (including the US Govt) to continue to do business with them once the rage dissipates.
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Ron Paul Oct 15
The news of a partial restoration of Julian Assange's access to the outside world is a positive start... The old saying still goes: "Truth is Treason in an Empire of Lies."
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Sarah Abdallah Oct 15
Rand Paul: I’ve been angry at Saudi Arabia since 9/11. We tend to forget that most hijackers came from there. And then, we’ve been involved with the war in Yemen, supporting Saudi Arabia, refueling their planes, and giving them bombs, and tens of thousands of civilians have died.
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Sarah Abdallah Oct 15
Good news. Ecuador to partially restore Julian Assange’s internet, phone and access to visitors after a 7-month ban.
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Sarah Abdallah Oct 14
Just like your mother Hillary Clinton changed Libya for the better, turning the country that had the highest standard of living in Africa into a failed, divided, war-torn state where jihadist terrorists sell human beings in open air slave markets?
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Sarah Abdallah Oct 14
A new massacre in Yemen as Saudi Arabia bombs two buses full of fleeing people, killing 17 civilians, including women and children. But all corporate media outlets and elites seem to be concerned about is a single disappeared Washington Post columnist.
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Nassim Nicholas Taleb Oct 14
A Yuuuge agency problem in journalism: they care abt journalists far more than other pple. + Saudi Barbaria does Sept 11, blows up & ethnically cleanses Syria, Salafizes countries, wrecks Yemen. Nobody cares. + Saudi Barbaria suspected of killing one journalist, total deluge.
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Tulsi Gabbard Oct 13
Another example of the arms industry dictating US policy - Sec Pompeo more concerned with protecting $2B arms deal than the lives of tens of thousands of children/civilians killed in Yemen by the Saudi-US coalition.
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Sarah Abdallah Oct 13
And when you and Obama empowered neo-Nazi thugs in Ukraine and jihadist terrorists in Syria, you were “upholding” and “uplifting” American values? 🤔
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Sarah Abdallah Oct 13
Saudi Arabia has been bombing and starving Yemen for years now with full US-UK support and total impunity, killing thousands of civilians, including scores of kids, but it is the disappearance of one Washington Post columnist that triggers outrage and condemnation from the media.
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Sarah Abdallah Oct 13
Replying to @NinaByzantina
What 😹😹😹😹
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Sarah Abdallah Oct 13
Not on mainstream media: Huge celebrations for the end of summer were held in Syria’s Aleppo, free of ISIS and Al-Qaeda terrorists. (Photos via )
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John Wight Oct 13
My latest: Bush & Blair’s Iraq war was key that opened door to Syria’s current hell — RT Op-ed
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Paul Joseph Watson Oct 12
Saudi Arabia has been bombing kids in Yemen for months and yet big corporations and media outlets have only just discovered their moral conscience over a missing journalist?
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