Saturday, March 22, 2008
Tuesday, March 4, 2008
We warned the world and no one listened. Now the United Nations condemns the Zionist empire for their attack on Palestinian Gaza. Palestine is under an aggressive attack based on false media reports of rocket attacks of illegal Jewish communities in Palestine. Some Palestinian freedom fighters take credit for rockets into Jewish communities after the Israeli Zionist attack. American and Jewish media reports that the rocketing was offensive. Haamid
As the US state of Texas and Ohio prepare to vote in the latest round of presidential primaries, Al Jazeera examines how the candidates' campaigns are having an effect across the border in Mexico.
The US presidential primary battle for Texas and Ohio has not only sent shockwaves across the US, but also over the Rio Grande and into Mexico.
In the run up to the US contests, both Democrat contenders have threatened to pull the US out of the North American Free Trade Agreement (Nafta), which has seen a surge in imports of everything from cars to avocadoes over the 3,000 km Mexico-US border.
Mexican and US commerce ministers responded with a vigorous defence of Nafta, claiming in a meeting in the resort of Los Cabos on Thursday that free trade has brought huge economic growth.
And both Democrat and Republican candidates have also continued to trade blows over illegal immigration in the vast "lone star" state of Texas, which borders four Mexican states and has a swelling Hispanic population.
Mexican politicians have also warned US candidates not to use migrants as a punch-bag to gain votes.
Democratic presidential hopeful Barak Obama promised to hold a summit with Muslim leaders if he won the presidency
In an interview with a French magazine, Obama said he would organize the summit to discuss the current differences between the Muslim world and the West.
"Once I'm elected, I want to organize a summit in the Muslim world, with all the heads of state, to have an honest discussion about ways to bridge the gap that grows every day between Muslims and the West," Thursday's edition of Paris Match quoted Obama as saying.
"I will ask them to join us in battling terrorism but we should also be willing to listen in terms of some of their concerns,” he added. Click Here to Read More