The Western media was quick to blame Assad. But does an unpublished UN report tell a different story?
The ICJ upholds Germany’s “state immunity," but the individual perpetrators have not been punished either.
Martine Aubry accuses the Right, but the ultimate source of the reports is left-wing feminist author Caroline Fourest.
The French writer explains her reasons for filing attempted rape charges against Dominique Strauss-Kahn eight years after the alleged incident.
Tristane Banon’s lawyer insists that even if the American prosecution crumbles, his client’s case is “extremely solid.”
French authorities defying arms embargo in hope of breaking “military stalemate.”
Tristane Banone claims she was sexually assaulted by Dominique Strauss-Kahn. But she does not want to be “used” by American prosecutors.
Tristane Banon’s account of 2002 episode resembles latest charges against DSK in the Sofitel incident.
Gaddafi’s eastern Libyan opponents have been flaunting their prejudice in full view of the world’s media with little to no response.
An al-Qaeda spokesman cited in an Arabic-language daily appeared to confirm the terror group’s presence in the eastern Libyan rebellion — until the spokesman denied he ever said it.
McCain calls the Libyan rebels his “heroes.” A year and a half earlier, in Tripoli, he described Gaddafi as America’s friend.
Video clips depict summary executions, lynching of an alleged mercenary and a beheading. Black African prisoners are singled out for abuse.
While American intelligence experts search for “flickers” of jihadist involvement in the Libyan rebellion, a French reporter on a brief visit to eastern Libya had no problem finding numerous jihadists on the front.
A look back at the origins of the Libyan insurrection shows that a victory by the rebels could be a victory for Islamist-inspired blasphemy laws and a defeat for freedom of expression. (Also read: Endgame? Libyan Rebels Call for Ceasefire at the Tatler.)
The supposed “responsibility to protect” has taken America into a war on the side of the ultimate killers of innocents: al-Qaeda. (See also "Rebel Libya: ‘Brothers who fought in Iraq and Afghanistan, now is the time to defend your land!" on the Tatler.)
On his own admission, rebel leader Abdul-Hakim al-Hasadi fought American troops in Afghanistan and recruited Libyans to fight American troops in Iraq. (And don't miss Rosenthal on "Gaddafi and Corruption: WikiLeaks vs. WikiLeaks" at the PJM Tatler.)
Leaked State Department cables detail American-Libyan cooperation and friendly visits of congressman and senators.
American troops are today providing support to some of the very same forces that were recently fighting against them in Iraq. (Related: "Libyan rebels: 'Now is the time of Jihad!'')
Arid Uka’s connection to Rami Makanesi casts doubt on German authorities’ insistence that the Frankfurt shooter acted as a “lone wolf."
The combination of fictional American “atrocities” and radical Islamic preaching appears to have led Arid Uka to kill.
Arid Uka said he was motivated by a YouTube video of American soldiers raping a girl in Afghanistan. The likeliest source of such a clip is the De Palma feature. Also read about the NBA owner who financed the film at the Tatler.
Arid Uka’s Facebook friends list was a “Who’s Who of the German Islamist Scene."
In Libya now, just as in Egypt one month ago, protesters are using the Star of David as a symbol of hatred and contempt.
American pundits say that the deposed Egyptian president fomented anti-Semitism in Egyptian society. But on closer examination, the charges again reveal the anti-Semitism of the opposition that toppled him.
There is massive evidence to be found in the Western media of anti-Semitism and “anti-Zionism” at the Egypt protests. But images in the flickr streams of amateur local photographers are even more shocking and unambiguous.