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Wednesday, January 13, 2016

In Kuwait, youths fighting with ISIS and Al-Qaeda are heroes, but Shiites supporters of anti-Israeli Hizbollah are considered as traitors

Tweets of Adnan Darwash In Kuwait, youths fighting with ISIS and Al-Qaeda are heroes, but Shiites supporters of anti-Israeli Hizbollah are considered as traitors. Spying for America and Israel is usually rewarded: Kuwait to execute 2 over ‘spying’ As a Law Graduate and before claiming to free others, Obama should free the Senate and the House from being occupied Israeli Territories. For his legacy as a Law Graduate: Obama should stop all foreign organisations, the likes of AIPAC, to corrupt US legislative bodies. For his legacy as the only president of colour, Obama should use his executive order to prevent shooting Black American youths like Rabbits. For his legacy as a peace prize winner VI: Obama should work to end the Chaos in Libya which his administration has helped to create. For his legacy as a peace prize winner V: Obama should apologise and compensate the Iraqis for the US illegal war that killed thousands. In order to democratise and to free People the 'US has to bomb nations into submission' For his legacy as a peace prize winner IV: Obama should dismantle CIA-Dirty Work and Death Squads which have caused so much pain in Iraq. For his legacy as a peace prize winner II: Obama Should've told the Israelis to dismantle their Massive Arsenal of WMD including Nukes. While Israeli IDF/SS troops keep executing Palestinians in the Streets, Germany gives it a 5th. Submarine fitted with NUKE-firing platforms. For his legacy as a peace prize winner III: Obama should've asked US Allies, the Saudis, to stop the destructive war on impoverished Yemen. For his legacy as a peace prize winner I: Obama should have advised Israel to abide by 39 UN Security Resolutions it is in breach off. Carter was the best of worst Presidents: The Blood-Soaked Legacy of the Jimmy Carter Administration shar.es/16UXLt via @grtvnews Narrow-minded and Short-sighted Turks would have fired at the boats: Iran frees trespassing US sailors. NATO has Become US Rapid Intervention Force: Why does NATO still exist? To fight terrorism? It’s laughable! rt.com/shows/sophieco… Israel Nazi-Style Practices: It isn't enough for Israel to kill a Palestinian but goes to punish his family by blowing up their only home. Which Arab country does the US intend to destroy next? 10mn refugees could come to Europe – German minister TO US Enhanced Interrogation isn't torture at Guantanamo: Ex-inmate Shaker Aamer’s interview to RT (EXCLUSIVE) --------------------- U.S. sailors' release a testament to diplomacy: Kerry Iran's release of 10 U.S. sailors it detained overnight swiftly ended what could have turned into a diplomatic row but insrtead, turned out to be a testament to the power of diplomacy according to U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry. Mana Rabiee reports. TRANSCRIPT - The images COULD have ignited a diplomatic row -- U.S. sailors on their knees, hand behind their heads, detained on their own boats overnight by Iranian forces. But it ended almost as swiftly as it began.... all ten sailors safely released after Iran said it determined they entered Iranian territory by accident because of a broken navigation system -- and NOT because of a hostile motive like espionage. The speedy resolution .... a testament to diplomacy, says U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry. SOUNDBITE U.S. SECRETARY OF STATE JOHN KERRY SAYING: "I think we can all imagine how a similar situation might have played out three or four years ago, and the fact that today this kind of issue can be resolved peacefully and efficiently is a testament to the critical role diplomacy plays in keeping our country safe, secure, and strong," Kerry had reportedly spoken several times to his Iranian counterpart, Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif, seeking to win the sailor's release. When it was over, Zarif tweeted "happy to see dialogue and respect, not threats and impetuousness, swiftly resolved the sailors episode". The incident DID briefly rattle nerves .... coming just days before the landmark nuclear deal between Tehran and world powers is to go into effect. But it also marks a de-escalation in rhetoric after more than three decades of hostilities between Tehran and Washington. U.S. sailors' release a testament to diplomacy: -------------------------------------- A court in Kuwait has sentenced two people, including an Iranian, to death over allegations that they had been "spying for Iran" and planning attacks in the Persian Gulf country. The verdict was issued on Tuesday for the Iranian, identified as Abdulreza Haydar, on trial along with 25 Kuwaitis on charges of spying for Tehran and hiding of arms and ammunition in underground depots. The court claimed that Haydar had recruited the Kuwaiti nationals and helped them to travel to Lebanon to receive military training from Lebanon's resistance movement Hezbollah. The other man condemned to death, Kuwaiti Hasan Abdulhadi Ali, was found guilty of being "the mastermind of the cell.” Authorities handed down life imprisonment sentence to another defendant, while 19 received jail terms between five and 15 years. Three were acquitted and one was fined 5,000 dinars (USD 16,500). The court also alleged that the defendants spied for Hezbollah, smuggled in and assembled explosives, and were in possession of firearms and ammunition. Iran has yet to comment on the allegations made by the Kuwaiti court. Kuwaiti officials last August claimed that they had disbanded a cell linked to Iran and seized large quantities of arms, explosives and ammunition. The trial began in September during which all 23 defendants present in court dismissed the charges brought against them and said they had confessed under torture. In reaction, Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister for Arab and African Affairs Hossein Amir-Abdollahian dismissed as completely baseless allegations leveled in Kuwait against the Islamic Republic.

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