Wednesday, June 13, 2012

India joins Russia and China Not bowing Down to The USA Sanctions on Iran & Military intervention in Syria

Update: racism/Xenophobia Israel

Israel to deport African migrants
Published on 13 Jun 2012 by AlJazeeraEnglish
Israeli police have rounded up more than 200 African migrants for deportation since Sunday.

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu says illegal immigrants threaten the security and identity of the Jewish state. Polls suggest many Israelis agree.

Al Jazeera's Nadim Baba reports from Tel Aviv.

Legal advisor comments on Israel's deportation of African migrants

Published on 13 Jun 2012 by NewsAlJazeera
News AlJazeera
Israeli police are continuing to round up illegal immigrants.

More than 200 people have been arrested since raids began on Sunday, and almost half were from South Sudan.

Last week, an Israeli court ruled that South Sudanese are no longer at risk in their homeland, clearing the way for their mass deportation.

The government says there are around 60,000 illegal African immigrants in Israel.

Al Jazeera speaks with Asaf Weitzen, legal advisor for asylum seekers at the Hotline for Migrant Workers in Tel Aviv.

USA and West get the finger from Russia ,China and India on sanctions on Iran USA surrounds Iran and Russia and China War with Iran is inevitable -deja vu of Libya, Iraq, Pakistan , Afghanistan, Syria Syria is just another obstacle needing to be crushed as the Empire 's more important goal is taking out Iran and then to threaten Russia and China.

"India sticks with Iran when it comes to oil"

Published on 2 Jun 2012 by RussiaToday India has dealt a fresh blow to America and Europe's attempts to force Iran to stop enriching Uranium. Just one months before unprecedented sanctions against the Islamic republic coming to force New Delhi, the biggest buyer of Iranian oil, said their trade will not be affected. RT's Priya Shridhar reports from India. Subscribe to RT!

In other news : Russia is sceptical about the need for military intervention in Syria as the US intensifies its propaganda to go to war against Syria. The US bombing of Libya has left Libya a failing state as the warlords and Islamists are vying for power. And it should be noted Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan and Yemen are no better off after US military intervention. US foreign policy under Obama still the same as it was during the 8 years of the Bush Regime and should be called "Operation Chaos".

'Russia, China won't be duped over Syria'

Published on 3 Jun 2012 by RussiaToday Russia's warning that the UN Human Rights resolution condeming the Syrian leadership for last week's Houla massacre risks derailing the peace plan. Moscow called it premature because the investigation's ongoing - and that it's putting pressure on the Security Council, where Russia's resisting foreign military action. On Sunday, President Assad insisted his troops had nothing to do with the slaughter of more than a hundred people in the city. He blamed armed rebel gangs for the attack, and outside forces for instigating the conflict to trigger intervention. Washington, which backs the Syrian opposition and the push for regime change, admits there are plans for military action.

RT talks to ... journalist Neil Clark, who's a contributor to Britain's Guardian newspaper

And USA getting prepared for war against Russia and China

'US to continue surrounding Russia & China claiming it's for Iran'
Published on 3 May 2012 by RussiaToday The US isn't ruling out giving Moscow legal-binding guarantees that its missile defence shield won't be directed against Russia, but says a cooperation agreement should be signed first. RT talks to Bruce Gagnon from the 'Global Network Against Weapons and Nuclear Power in Space' think tank in the U.S. RT on Twitter RT on Facebook

USA war with Iran inevitable.

Encircling Iran: US claims would win in 3 weeks

Published on 4 May 2012 by RussiaToday The war rhetoric from Washington towards Iran is again being ramped up - just ahead of the second round of high-level international talks on the country's nuclear program. US military top brass claim they would need just three weeks to defeat Iran's armed forces. RT's Gayane Chichakyan looks at whether it's just more tough talk - or preparation for real action.

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