Consulate General of USA - CIA

D Markgrafenstraße 102, 44139 Dortmund,                         Police HQ Dortmund

about D Kuhstr. 12, 44137 Dortmund,                             SA-Parade - Theater
        09.07.1933 Adolf Hitler

after D Steinstr. 48, 44147 Dortmund,                           Gestapo + Gestapo Prison


D Bruno-Georges-Platz 1, 22297 Hamburg,                         Police HQ Hamburg

about D An der Alster 73, 20099 Hamburg,                        Hotel Atlantic
        28.02.1926 Adolf Hitler
        01.12.1930 Adolf Hitler

after D Johanniswall 4, 20095 Hamburg,                          Protection of the Constitution +
                                                                Interior of Hamburg


D Johanniswall 4, 20095 Hamburg,                                Protection of the Constitution +
                                                                Interior of Hamburg

about D Axel-Springer-Platz 1, 20355 Hamburg,                   Axel Springer Publishing House/
        Axel Springer AG                                        Scene of the Crime
        19.05.1972 bombings "2nd June/RAF"

after D Schützenstraße 39, 22761 Hamburg,                       Fruit and vegetable merchant/
        Süleyman Tasköprü (Turk)                                Scene of the Crime
        27.06.2001 murdered "NSU"


D Sedanstraße 28, 20146 Hamburg,                                Police HQ + Police Commissariat 17

about D Sievekingplatz 1, 20355 Hamburg,                        District Court Hamburg
        Thomas Wüppesahl critical policeman
        07.06.2005 (fictitious judgment)

about D Unterelbestraße 6, 21073 Hamburg,                       Car Refinishing Tock/
        Mariusz Macion (22) (Job)                               Last seen
        02.10.2009/23.10.2009 (disguised murder)

after D Marienstr. 54, 21073 Hamburg,                           residential Address
        Mohammad Atta (Student)
        Ramzi Binalshibh (Student)
        Said Bahaji (Student)


D Suhrenkamp 92, 22335 Hamburg,                                 Prison Hamburg-Fuhlsbüttel
  Sigurd Debus "RAF"
  16.04.1981 (disguised murders)

about D Bruno-Georges-Platz 1, 22297 Hamburg,                   Police HQ Hamburg

after D Alsterufer 27, 20354 Hamburg,                           Consulate General of USA - CIA
        Thomas Volz - CIA (11.09.2001)


D Rheinischen Straße 135, 44147 Dortmund,                       NSDAP Dortmund

about D Kuhstr. 12, 44137 Dortmund,                             SA-Parade - Theater
        09.07.1933 Adolf Hitler

after D Friedensplatz 1, 44135 Dortmund,                        CDU Council group


D Elisabethstr. 8-10, 44139 Dortmund,                           CDU district association Dortmund

about D Kuhstr. 12, 44137 Dortmund,                             SA-Parade - Theater
        09.07.1933 Adolf Hitler

after D Mallinckrodtstraße 277, 44147 Dortmund,                 Restaurant German court


D Mallinckrodtstraße 277, 44147 Dortmund,                       Restaurant German court

about D Mallinckrodtstraße 190, 44147 Dortmund,                 Scene of the Crime
        Mehmet Kubasik (39) (Turk) (writing materials)
        04.04.2006 murdered "NSU"

after D Westhoffstraße 22, 44145 Dortmund,                      Turkish Education Center/
        30/31.03.2006 arson attack - list of NSU                Scene of the Crime


November 2, 2012 - Benghazi consulate that came under attack by Al Qaeda militants was being used for CIA operations

Palestinians mark 9th anniversary of Arafat death

Palestinians hold posters and candles as they commemorate the death of the late Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat at the Damascus Gate in the Old City of al-Quds (Jerusalem) on November11, 2013.

Nov 11, 2013

Thousands of Palestinians have marked the ninth death anniversary of the late leader of the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO), Yasser Arafat.

Carrying portraits of Arafat, the Palestinians marched in several cities in the occupied West Bank to commemorate his demise on Monday.

On November 5, a Swiss laboratory investigating Arafat's death submitted the results to representatives of his widow, Suha Arafat, as well as representatives of the Palestinian Authority (PA). 

The Swiss scientists, who tested samples taken from Arafat's corpse, said the tests showed "unexpected high activity" of polonium-210, which "moderately" supported the poisoning theory. 

The scientists -- from the Vaudois University Hospital Centre (CHUV) in Lausanne, Switzerland -- carried out a detailed examination of Arafat's medical records, samples taken from his remains, which were exhumed in November of last year, and items he had taken into the hospital in Paris where he died. 

David Barclay, a British forensic scientist who had studied the report, said, "The report contains strong evidence, in my view conclusive evidence, that there's at least 18 times the level of polonium in Arafat's exhumed body than there should be." 

Many Palestinian officials believe that Israel poisoned Arafat.


'No PA-Israel deal better than bad one': PA official


Latest News Syria: China, India, Russia

Iranian Majlis Speaker Ali Larijani (1st left) shakes hands with his Swiss counterpart Filippo Lombardi on the sidelines of the 129th Inter-Parliamentary Union (IPU) Assembly in Geneva on October 9, 2013.

China, India, Russia stress political solution to Syria crisis


NEW DELHI, Nov. 10 (Xinhua) -- China, India and Russia Sunday stressed the need to find a political solution to the Syria crisis, said Indian Minister of External Affairs Salman Khurshid after a trilateral foreign ministers' meeting here.

The Russian foreign minister Seigei Lavrov also said the three foreign ministers agreed that a peaceful solution, rather than military solution, is the only way to end the civil war in Syria.
Lavrov also said all three countries hope the Geneva II conference on Syria should be held as soon as possible and that U. N. inspectors should be given access to the chemical stockages.

The three foreign ministers also discussed the situation in Afghanistan.

Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi said the Afghanistan is one of the most important issues for the region.
"We hope to see a safe, stable, unified and developing Afghanistan. We actively participate in the reconstruction of Afghanistan, which is in an important period of transition," said Wang.
A smooth holding of election, an Afghan-decided peace process and U.N. action in coordinating international support to Afghanistan are key elements in a peaceful transition in the country, he said.

China will host an international conference on Afghanistan next year in Tianjin, he said.



Photo: Iranian Majlis Speaker Ali Larijani (1st left) shakes hands with his Swiss counterpart Filippo Lombardi on the sidelines of the 129th Inter-Parliamentary Union (IPU) Assembly in Geneva on October 9, 2013.


Latest News Syria: flights to Cairo

Nov 11, 2013

Damascus, (SANA) - An official source at the Syrian Arab Airlines on Monday affirmed that the flights to Cairo "Run normally and have not been canceled".

The source told SANA that the Syrian Arab Airlines runs two flights a week, on Monday and Thursday, adding that there is no change to any flight.

Earlier, Middle East News Agency reported that Syrian Establishment decided to cancel its flights to Cairo for 4 month due to the crisis in Syria.

B. Mousa/ Mazen


Kuwait expelled thousands of Palestinians

This post titled 'Kuwait expelled thousands of Palestinians' was censored  a few times...

The Iran-Iraq War from 1980 to 1988, the 1990 Iraqi Invasion of Kuwait, the first Gulf War and subsequent conflicts all generated hundreds of thousands if not millions of refugees. Iran also provided asylum for 1,400,000 Iraqi refugees who had been uprooted as a result of the Persian Gulf War (1990–91).

Nearly 2.2 million Iraqis have fled the country since 2003, with nearly 100,000 fleeing to Syria and Jordan each month between 2003 and 2006.


Palestinian Forced Displacement from Kuwait: The Overdue Accounting:

Palestinians in Kuwait - Terror and ethnic cleansing


Letter from Bill Clinton to Yasser Arafat

Excerpts from an April 26, 1999, letter from President Bill Clinton to Palestinian Authority Chairman Yasser Arafat:

Dear Mr. Chairman,

Clearly, the Oslo process has not made the kind of progress we would have hoped to see.

I am asking that you continue to rely on the peace process as the way to fulfill the aspirations of your people. Indeed, negotiations are the only realistic way to fulfill those aspirations.

In this context, and in the spirit of my remarks in Gaza, we support the aspirations of the Palestinian people to determine their own future on their own land. As I said in Gaza, I believe Palestinians should live free today, tomorrow and forever.

The objective of the negotiating process is the implementation of UN Security Council Resolutions 242 and 338, including land for peace, and all other agreements under the Oslo process.

For these negotiations to succeed, it is vital that the environment in which they occur be credible, serious, and fair. The United States knows how destructive settlement activities, land confiscations, and house demolitions are to the pursuit of Palestinian-Israeli peace. In this regard, we will continue to exert maximum efforts to have both parties avoid unilateral steps or actions designed to change the status of the West Bank and Gaza or to prejudge or preempt issues reserved for permanent status negotiations.







Israel Approves Construction of 1,700 New Settlement Homes

Middle East Peace talks

John Kerry, the US secretary of state, is trying to get peace talks between Israel and the Palestinians back on track as both sides blame each other for a lack of progress

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry (left) talks with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Jerusalem

Israel Approves Construction of 1,700 New Settlement Homes

On November 15, 2010, U.S. President Barack Obama praised Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu for urging his cabinet to accept a U.S. proposal to extend a freeze on West Bank settlement building for 90 days. Under the plan, Washington would block UN resolutions critical of Israel, and supply Israel with fighter jets worth $3 billion. The US government also promised Israel that after the 90-day moratorium, they would not seek an extension, and settlement construction in the West Bank and East Jerusalem (all of which is illegal under international law) could continue unabated.

Chomsky: 'Middle East peace talks a complete farce'

The 'Washington Institute Middle East Peace Experts’

US could kill Middle East Peace

As a reminder:

April 14, 2004

Arafat Warns U.S. Could Kill Middle East Peace

RAMALLAH, West Bank – Palestinian President Yasser Arafat told the United States Wednesday it would kill all hope of peace in the Middle East if it gave assurances to Israel on keeping West Bank settlements.

Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon is in Washington to seek support for a plan to withdraw from Gaza, but keep Jewish enclaves in the West Bank where Palestinians also want a state.

Palestinians fear President Bush will make landmark promises to Sharon that imply backing for Israel’s occupation of land seized in the 1967 Middle East war and reject the eventual right of Palestinian refugees to return.

A statement from Arafat’s office said such an agreement would “lead to the destruction of the chances for the peace process and security and stability in the region. It will also restart the vicious cycle of violence in the region and end all the agreements and commitments that have been signed.”

Arafat urged rejection for any such deal from Arab states, Islamic countries and the world in general, saying it would violate international laws and cancel the “road map” peace plan that Bush has backed.

Read more: http://www.commondreams.org/headlines04/0414-07.htm

‘Will Yasser Arafat poisoning report derail Middle East peace talks?’

UN is responsible for the creation of an ‘ethnically homogeneous’ Israel

'Middle East Peace' - Nov 10, 2013 - Geneva 2 conference on Syria is 'waste of time'

Latest News Syria: Iraqi Deputy Prime Minister

November 9, 2013

Baghdad, (SANA) – Iraqi Deputy Prime Minister Hussain al-Shahristani said that his country affirms that the solution to the crisis in Syria should be political and carried out by all Syrian sides engaging in negotiations without foreign interference.

In an interview given to al-Mayadin TV on Saturday, al-Shahristani said that there are Arab countries which send weapons to terrorists Syria, and that these weapons also find their way to Iraq where they are used in terrorist attacks, noting that his country warned Saudi Arabia that they weapons they send to Syria are also being used to murder Iraqis.

He also said that a small country like Qatar has no right to interfere in other countries' affairs, calling on Qatar to review its policies and realize its actual scale and political weight.

Al-Shahristani said that the disagreement between Iraq and Turkey regarding the Syrian crisis is one of the causes of the tension between them, as Iraq favors a political solution while Turkey sends weapons to armed groups.

He pointed out that Al Qaeda and its affiliates like Jabhat al-Nusra and the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) reject those who disagree with them and mark them for death, noting that ISIS has expanded its activities, carrying out over 1,000 terrorist attacks in Iraq and more than 100 terrorist attacks in Syria.

H. Sabbagh



Arafat's mysterious death

As a reminder:

Arafat Headquarters Bombed to Ruin

March 11, 2002

GAZA CITY — It was a vivid symbol of his power and of the state he expected to create and lead. But much of Palestinian Authority President Yasser Arafat's headquarters lay in ruins Sunday after Israeli warships and combat helicopters blasted the building from the air and sea with about 35 missiles in 45 minutes.

The attack came in retaliation for a pair of horrific Palestinian assaults Saturday--a suicide bombing at a crowded Jerusalem cafe and a shooting rampage at a hotel in the town of Netanya that left 16 people dead and about 100 wounded.


November 9, 2013 - 'Mystery around Yasser Arafat’s death deepens with polonium poisoning findings’:

UK arms sales to the Middle East

Middle East arms sales graphic

22 February 2011 

UK arms sales to the Middle East and North Africa: who do we sell to, how much is military and how much just 'controlled'?

UK sales of weapons and arms to the Middle East are in the news. So what is the market, run by the government's Strategic Export Controls, worth?How big are arms sales to the Middle East and North Africa? The unrest in LibyaTunisiaEgypt and across the region has brought attention to one of the UK's most successful export markets: military equipment.

It's a world shrouded in secrecy, and centred on giant arms fairs, such as Idex, taking place in Abu Dhabi. In the UK the international arms trade is managed by Strategic Export Controls, which grant licenses. They're not just for arms, but for a whole range of 'controlled' products. Here's the official take from the Department for Business, Innovation & Skills:

Let's look at Libya. The data shows that £215m worth of export licenses for controlled products were granted to companies selling stuff to Libya in the year to the end of September 2010. Of that amount, just under £8m were for equipment defined as military. Those products include riot control gear and tear gas.

Iran features on this list too, not for military equipment but for 'other' products - £424m of them. They include civil jet engines, chemicals and civilian aircraft.

What about the products classified under 'other'? Campaigners such as the Campaign Against the Arms Trade point out that policing what happens to equipment once it gets to a country is impossible. How do you know that a navigation system is not being used in a military aircraft rather than a civil jet?

We have collected this data together, from 1 October 2009 to 1 October 2010 - the first time that this data has been collected on one spreadsheet. It includes:

• All categories of license by Middle East and North African countries
• All the military breakdowns, by category
• A complete breakdown of licenses by country

Data summary

Strategic export controls from the UK to the middle eastClick heading to sort table. Download this data
All strategic export licenses
Total value of military & military/other licences
Examples of products sold Q4 2009 to End Q3 2010
Algeria 270,262,166 270,008,961 5 Combat helicopters
Bahrain 6,361,444 3,063,425 45 Aircraft parts; assault rifles; tear gas; ammunition
Egypt 16,804,843 4,007,966 31 Bombs, missiles, body armour,
Iran 424,174,977 0 0 Non-military such as civil aircraft components, imaging cameras
Iraq 476,555,614 4,772,784 31 Body armour, weapon sights, gun parts
Israel 26,733,874 4,639,459 91 Armoured plate, gas mask filters, signalling equipment, radar equipment
Jordan 20,972,889 11,994,142 51 Armoured vehicles, gun parts, gas mask filters
Kuwait 14,487,907 6,473,940 38 Anti-riot shields; patrol boats; military software
Lebanon 6,206,142 784,282 5 Body armour; shotguns
Libya 214,846,615 33,899,335 25 Ammunition; crowd-control equipment; tear gas
Morocco 2,165,881 1,149,102 18 Bomb-making parts; 'swarming' ropes; thermal imaging equipment
Oman 13,986,422 9,361,120 122 Combat aircraft parts; parts for unmanned 'drones'; tank parts
Qatar 13,122,884 3,875,753 22 Crowd-control ammunition; military cargo vehicles; missile parts
Saudi Arabia 139,718,960 64,311,296 98 4-wheel drive vehicles; armoured personnel carriers, air surveillance equipment
Syria 2,676,460 30,000 1 Small arms ammunition
Tunisia 4,504,745 131,273 10 Radar equipment; gun parts
United Arab Emirates 210,415,462 15,890,384 152 Military software; heavy machine guns; weapon sights
Yemen 285,247 160,245 4 Body armour; ammunition
Total 1,864,282,532 434,553,467 749  
Photo: UK arms and controlled sales to the Middle East.