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August 2014

Gaza Onslaught Joint Arab-Israeli War against Palestinians
By Abdus Sattar Ghazali
On August 3, 2014, at  least 30 people were killed in Israeli shelling in the Gaza Strip taking the Palestinian toll to 1,712, with more than 9,000 wounded. The dead, in the 25-day Israeli massacre of Palestinians, included 398 children, 207 women and 74 elderly people, according to the Palestinian Health Ministry in Gaza. The Lebanese TV network Al-Manar has reported that the Israeli attack on Gaza is a "joint Arab-Israeli war against the Palestinians."  Meanwhile, Al Manar reproduced a CNN report which quoted an analyst,  Ali Younes as saying: "Most Arab states are actively supporting Israel against the Palestinians -- and not even shy about it or doing it discreetly."  Read More

Pakistani troops to defend jittery Saudis
By Abdus Sattar Ghazali:
The Times of London has reported that Saudi Arabia has deployed thousands of troops from Egypt and Pakistan along its frontier with Iraq, amid fears of invasion by the al-Qaeda splinter group that has declared a radical Islamic state across the border. The Times quoted Gulf security sources as saying that panicked by the advance of the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham  (ISIS), Riyadh has taken the drastic step of calling in military assistance from its close allies to shore up the porous 500-mile border. Read More