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Annie Birdsong
2006-08-10 21:43:59 EST
Israel's Violations Against U.N. Resolutions

Why are there no wars between states in the U.S.A.?
It's because of courts. We go to court instead of fight.
Modern Nations also use courts, U.N. resolutions and
human rights to resolve disputes rather than wage war.
Unfortunately, Israel has ignored many U.N. resolutions.

See these on the website of Jews Against the Occupation:
http://www.jatonyc.org/

Please see my teach-in on the Middle East Crisis at:
http://www.home.earthlink.net/~anniebirdsong/data/my_website.html


Iraqi Shiites Struggle for the Soul of their Country

There are two Muslim parties vying for control
in Iraq: the Shiites, also called Shi'a, who are
the in the vast majority, and the Sunni, whose
dictatorship brutally ruled the country for many years.

The Sunni arrested, imprisoned and sometimes
killed members of the Shiite's Al Da'wa Party,
sometimes closing religious institutions and
shutting down journals. The Sunni also aligned
themselves with the United States in a war to
destroy Iran's Islamic Republic when Iran's leader
began encouraging the Shiites in Iraq to rise up
and establish an Islamic Republic.

While the Sunni are Muslims, their Ba'ath party
is secular -- opposed to rule by the tennets of Islam.
But the Shiites believe if the Constitution and other
laws are not based on Islam, their economy, culture
and political life will be easy prey for the Western
imperialists.

The Ba'ath Party is left wing and once professed
unity with the European left, the Soviet Union and
the satellite states. These Sunni are also Arab
Nationalists who believe Arabs from the Gulf
should be tied into one political entity since they
are united by their interests, blood, history, language
and interests.

The Shiites, too, believe in forging political ties with
other Arabs, but they feel Islam must be the defining
element of nationalism.

The Shiites see Arab Nationalism as a Trojan Horse
that will bring in Westernization. You may remember
the story from ancient times where soldiers hid inside
the big wooden Trojan Horse so they could get inside
the gates.

Arab Nationalists ponder forming a just economic order
by forming trade ties with the Third World and the South.

Both Arab Nationalists and Islamists believe the restoration
of the Palestinian homeland should be a central concern
of the Arabs. But they see the dispossession of the
Palestinians and seizure of land holy to the Muslims a
bit differently. Arab Nationalists believe it was a plot by
imperialists to drain away their resources and distract
Arabs from their efforts to unify. But the Shi'a believe the
state of Israel was formed to wage war against the Islamic
Republic. They also believe the Jewish State was formed
to bring Westernization and secular nationalism to the
region.

The Shi'a have their own ideas about economics that
are neither capitalist or socialist. For instance, "The
Shiites believe the sole owner of land and raw materials
is the Islamic state," wrote T.M Aziz in an article called
"An Islamic Perspective of Political Economy: The
Views of (late) Muhammad Baqir al-Sadr". "People
may gain special rights of ownership if they invest labor
to develop these natural resources, such as cultivating
land or mining minerals. The rights of ownership can
only be gained through labor invested in developing that
land or raw material, and such right ends as soon as
that development ends." (This is similar to the Ejido
system granting "land to the tiller" establised during the
Mexican Revolution that was eliminated by the North
Atlantic Free Trade Agreement, NAFTA, between the
U.S.A., Mexico and Canada.)

Aziz also wrote, "An individual may not use other
individuals to develop a natural resource in order to
have the right of ownership of a large estate, for example;
otherwise they will share the ownership and the benefits
of that natural wealth on the basis of their labour. Islam
totally rejects the capitalitic principle of individual ownership
of vast natural resources on the ground that they are
devel­oped by the labour of others."

Read more about the economics of the Islamic Republic
at: http://al-islam.org/al-tawhid/politicaleconomy/

It is important to realize that the U.S. government fears
the formation of an Islamic Republic stretching in a
crescent from Iran, Iraq, Syria and Lebanon. So keep
watch in the news to see what happens in Lebanon and
Iraq.


Annie Birdsong
2006-08-10 22:21:20 EST
On the Jews Against the Occupation
website (http://www.jatonyc.org/)
Click on "Information/Resources," the
click on "United Nations on Palestine," then
click on "Key U.N. Resolutions on Palestine.







Annie Birdsong wrote:
> Israel's Violations Against U.N. Resolutions
>
> Why are there no wars between states in the U.S.A.?
> It's because of courts. We go to court instead of fight.
> Modern Nations also use courts, U.N. resolutions and
> human rights to resolve disputes rather than wage war.
> Unfortunately, Israel has ignored many U.N. resolutions.
>
> See these on the website of Jews Against the Occupation:
> http://www.jatonyc.org/
>
> Please see my teach-in on the Middle East Crisis at:
> http://www.home.earthlink.net/~anniebirdsong/data/my_website.html
>
>
> Iraqi Shiites Struggle for the Soul of their Country
>
> There are two Muslim parties vying for control
> in Iraq: the Shiites, also called Shi'a, who are
> the in the vast majority, and the Sunni, whose
> dictatorship brutally ruled the country for many years.
>
> The Sunni arrested, imprisoned and sometimes
> killed members of the Shiite's Al Da'wa Party,
> sometimes closing religious institutions and
> shutting down journals. The Sunni also aligned
> themselves with the United States in a war to
> destroy Iran's Islamic Republic when Iran's leader
> began encouraging the Shiites in Iraq to rise up
> and establish an Islamic Republic.
>
> While the Sunni are Muslims, their Ba'ath party
> is secular -- opposed to rule by the tennets of Islam.
> But the Shiites believe if the Constitution and other
> laws are not based on Islam, their economy, culture
> and political life will be easy prey for the Western
> imperialists.
>
> The Ba'ath Party is left wing and once professed
> unity with the European left, the Soviet Union and
> the satellite states. These Sunni are also Arab
> Nationalists who believe Arabs from the Gulf
> should be tied into one political entity since they
> are united by their interests, blood, history, language
> and interests.
>
> The Shiites, too, believe in forging political ties with
> other Arabs, but they feel Islam must be the defining
> element of nationalism.
>
> The Shiites see Arab Nationalism as a Trojan Horse
> that will bring in Westernization. You may remember
> the story from ancient times where soldiers hid inside
> the big wooden Trojan Horse so they could get inside
> the gates.
>
> Arab Nationalists ponder forming a just economic order
> by forming trade ties with the Third World and the South.
>
> Both Arab Nationalists and Islamists believe the restoration
> of the Palestinian homeland should be a central concern
> of the Arabs. But they see the dispossession of the
> Palestinians and seizure of land holy to the Muslims a
> bit differently. Arab Nationalists believe it was a plot by
> imperialists to drain away their resources and distract
> Arabs from their efforts to unify. But the Shi'a believe the
> state of Israel was formed to wage war against the Islamic
> Republic. They also believe the Jewish State was formed
> to bring Westernization and secular nationalism to the
> region.
>
> The Shi'a have their own ideas about economics that
> are neither capitalist or socialist. For instance, "The
> Shiites believe the sole owner of land and raw materials
> is the Islamic state," wrote T.M Aziz in an article called
> "An Islamic Perspective of Political Economy: The
> Views of (late) Muhammad Baqir al-Sadr". "People
> may gain special rights of ownership if they invest labor
> to develop these natural resources, such as cultivating
> land or mining minerals. The rights of ownership can
> only be gained through labor invested in developing that
> land or raw material, and such right ends as soon as
> that development ends." (This is similar to the Ejido
> system granting "land to the tiller" establised during the
> Mexican Revolution that was eliminated by the North
> Atlantic Free Trade Agreement, NAFTA, between the
> U.S.A., Mexico and Canada.)
>
> Aziz also wrote, "An individual may not use other
> individuals to develop a natural resource in order to
> have the right of ownership of a large estate, for example;
> otherwise they will share the ownership and the benefits
> of that natural wealth on the basis of their labour. Islam
> totally rejects the capitalitic principle of individual ownership
> of vast natural resources on the ground that they are
> devel­oped by the labour of others."
>
> Read more about the economics of the Islamic Republic
> at: http://al-islam.org/al-tawhid/politicaleconomy/
>
> It is important to realize that the U.S. government fears
> the formation of an Islamic Republic stretching in a
> crescent from Iran, Iraq, Syria and Lebanon. So keep
> watch in the news to see what happens in Lebanon and
> Iraq.


Daniel Aaron Weir
2006-08-10 22:38:48 EST
Annie Birdsong wrote:
> On the Jews Against the Occupation
> website (http://www.jatonyc.org/)
> Click on "Information/Resources," the
> click on "United Nations on Palestine," then
> click on "Key U.N. Resolutions on Palestine.
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
> Annie Birdsong wrote:
>> Israel's Violations Against U.N. Resolutions
>>
>> Why are there no wars between states in the U.S.A.?
>> It's because of courts. We go to court instead of fight.
>> Modern Nations also use courts, U.N. resolutions and
>> human rights to resolve disputes rather than wage war.
>> Unfortunately, Israel has ignored many U.N. resolutions.
>>
>> See these on the website of Jews Against the Occupation:
>> http://www.jatonyc.org/
>>
>> Please see my teach-in on the Middle East Crisis at:
>> http://www.home.earthlink.net/~anniebirdsong/data/my_website.html
>>
>>
>> Iraqi Shiites Struggle for the Soul of their Country
>>
>> There are two Muslim parties vying for control
>> in Iraq: the Shiites, also called Shi'a, who are
>> the in the vast majority, and the Sunni, whose
>> dictatorship brutally ruled the country for many years.
>>
>> The Sunni arrested, imprisoned and sometimes
>> killed members of the Shiite's Al Da'wa Party,
>> sometimes closing religious institutions and
>> shutting down journals. The Sunni also aligned
>> themselves with the United States in a war to
>> destroy Iran's Islamic Republic when Iran's leader
>> began encouraging the Shiites in Iraq to rise up
>> and establish an Islamic Republic.
>>
>> While the Sunni are Muslims, their Ba'ath party
>> is secular -- opposed to rule by the tennets of Islam.
>> But the Shiites believe if the Constitution and other
>> laws are not based on Islam, their economy, culture
>> and political life will be easy prey for the Western
>> imperialists.
>>
>> The Ba'ath Party is left wing and once professed
>> unity with the European left, the Soviet Union and
>> the satellite states. These Sunni are also Arab
>> Nationalists who believe Arabs from the Gulf
>> should be tied into one political entity since they
>> are united by their interests, blood, history, language
>> and interests.
>>
>> The Shiites, too, believe in forging political ties with
>> other Arabs, but they feel Islam must be the defining
>> element of nationalism.
>>
>> The Shiites see Arab Nationalism as a Trojan Horse
>> that will bring in Westernization. You may remember
>> the story from ancient times where soldiers hid inside
>> the big wooden Trojan Horse so they could get inside
>> the gates.
>>
>> Arab Nationalists ponder forming a just economic order
>> by forming trade ties with the Third World and the South.
>>
>> Both Arab Nationalists and Islamists believe the restoration
>> of the Palestinian homeland should be a central concern
>> of the Arabs. But they see the dispossession of the
>> Palestinians and seizure of land holy to the Muslims a
>> bit differently. Arab Nationalists believe it was a plot by
>> imperialists to drain away their resources and distract
>> Arabs from their efforts to unify. But the Shi'a believe the
>> state of Israel was formed to wage war against the Islamic
>> Republic. They also believe the Jewish State was formed
>> to bring Westernization and secular nationalism to the
>> region.
>>
>> The Shi'a have their own ideas about economics that
>> are neither capitalist or socialist. For instance, "The
>> Shiites believe the sole owner of land and raw materials
>> is the Islamic state," wrote T.M Aziz in an article called
>> "An Islamic Perspective of Political Economy: The
>> Views of (late) Muhammad Baqir al-Sadr". "People
>> may gain special rights of ownership if they invest labor
>> to develop these natural resources, such as cultivating
>> land or mining minerals. The rights of ownership can
>> only be gained through labor invested in developing that
>> land or raw material, and such right ends as soon as
>> that development ends." (This is similar to the Ejido
>> system granting "land to the tiller" establised during the
>> Mexican Revolution that was eliminated by the North
>> Atlantic Free Trade Agreement, NAFTA, between the
>> U.S.A., Mexico and Canada.)
>>
>> Aziz also wrote, "An individual may not use other
>> individuals to develop a natural resource in order to
>> have the right of ownership of a large estate, for example;
>> otherwise they will share the ownership and the benefits
>> of that natural wealth on the basis of their labour. Islam
>> totally rejects the capitalitic principle of individual ownership
>> of vast natural resources on the ground that they are
>> devel­oped by the labour of others."
>>
>> Read more about the economics of the Islamic Republic
>> at: http://al-islam.org/al-tawhid/politicaleconomy/
>>
>> It is important to realize that the U.S. government fears
>> the formation of an Islamic Republic stretching in a
>> crescent from Iran, Iraq, Syria and Lebanon. So keep
>> watch in the news to see what happens in Lebanon and
>> Iraq.
>

Annie Birdsong
2006-08-11 09:39:00 EST

Please see my teach-in on the Middle East Crisis at:
http://www.home.earthlink.net/~anniebirdsong/data/my_website.html

> Annie Birdsong wrote:
> > Israel's Violations Against U.N. Resolutions
> >
> > Why are there no wars between states in the U.S.A.?
> > It's because of courts. We go to court instead of fight.
> > Modern Nations also use courts, U.N. resolutions and
> > human rights to resolve disputes rather than wage war.
> > Unfortunately, Israel has ignored many U.N. resolutions.
> >
> > See these on the website of Jews Against the Occupation:
> > http://www.jatonyc.org/
> >
> > Please see my teach-in on the Middle East Crisis at:
> > http://www.home.earthlink.net/~anniebirdsong/data/my_website.html
> >
> >
> > Iraqi Shiites Struggle for the Soul of their Country
> >
> > There are two Muslim parties vying for control
> > in Iraq: the Shiites, also called Shi'a, who are
> > the in the vast majority, and the Sunni, whose
> > dictatorship brutally ruled the country for many years.
> >
> > The Sunni arrested, imprisoned and sometimes
> > killed members of the Shiite's Al Da'wa Party,
> > sometimes closing religious institutions and
> > shutting down journals. The Sunni also aligned
> > themselves with the United States in a war to
> > destroy Iran's Islamic Republic when Iran's leader
> > began encouraging the Shiites in Iraq to rise up
> > and establish an Islamic Republic.
> >
> > While the Sunni are Muslims, their Ba'ath party
> > is secular -- opposed to rule by the tennets of Islam.
> > But the Shiites believe if the Constitution and other
> > laws are not based on Islam, their economy, culture
> > and political life will be easy prey for the Western
> > imperialists.
> >
> > The Ba'ath Party is left wing and once professed
> > unity with the European left, the Soviet Union and
> > the satellite states. These Sunni are also Arab
> > Nationalists who believe Arabs from the Gulf
> > should be tied into one political entity since they
> > are united by their interests, blood, history, language
> > and interests.
> >
> > The Shiites, too, believe in forging political ties with
> > other Arabs, but they feel Islam must be the defining
> > element of nationalism.
> >
> > The Shiites see Arab Nationalism as a Trojan Horse
> > that will bring in Westernization. You may remember
> > the story from ancient times where soldiers hid inside
> > the big wooden Trojan Horse so they could get inside
> > the gates.
> >
> > Arab Nationalists ponder forming a just economic order
> > by forming trade ties with the Third World and the South.
> >
> > Both Arab Nationalists and Islamists believe the restoration
> > of the Palestinian homeland should be a central concern
> > of the Arabs. But they see the dispossession of the
> > Palestinians and seizure of land holy to the Muslims a
> > bit differently. Arab Nationalists believe it was a plot by
> > imperialists to drain away their resources and distract
> > Arabs from their efforts to unify. But the Shi'a believe the
> > state of Israel was formed to wage war against the Islamic
> > Republic. They also believe the Jewish State was formed
> > to bring Westernization and secular nationalism to the
> > region.
> >
> > The Shi'a have their own ideas about economics that
> > are neither capitalist or socialist. For instance, "The
> > Shiites believe the sole owner of land and raw materials
> > is the Islamic state," wrote T.M Aziz in an article called
> > "An Islamic Perspective of Political Economy: The
> > Views of (late) Muhammad Baqir al-Sadr". "People
> > may gain special rights of ownership if they invest labor
> > to develop these natural resources, such as cultivating
> > land or mining minerals. The rights of ownership can
> > only be gained through labor invested in developing that
> > land or raw material, and such right ends as soon as
> > that development ends." (This is similar to the Ejido
> > system granting "land to the tiller" establised during the
> > Mexican Revolution that was eliminated by the North
> > Atlantic Free Trade Agreement, NAFTA, between the
> > U.S.A., Mexico and Canada.)
> >
> > Aziz also wrote, "An individual may not use other
> > individuals to develop a natural resource in order to
> > have the right of ownership of a large estate, for example;
> > otherwise they will share the ownership and the benefits
> > of that natural wealth on the basis of their labour. Islam
> > totally rejects the capitalitic principle of individual ownership
> > of vast natural resources on the ground that they are
> > devel­oped by the labour of others."
> >
> > Read more about the economics of the Islamic Republic
> > at: http://al-islam.org/al-tawhid/politicaleconomy/
> >
> > It is important to realize that the U.S. government fears
> > the formation of an Islamic Republic stretching in a
> > crescent from Iran, Iraq, Syria and Lebanon. So keep
> > watch in the news to see what happens in Lebanon and
> > Iraq.


Zzpat
2006-08-11 11:41:00 EST
Annie Birdsong wrote:
> Israel's Violations Against U.N. Resolutions
>
> Why are there no wars between states in the U.S.A.?
> It's because of courts. We go to court instead of fight.

States are forbidden by the US Constitution from having an army or navy
and states are forbidden from going to war with other states (though the
Civil War was exactly that - a violation of the Constitution).

For whatever reason southern states felt they had the power (or right)
to violate the Constitution. Luckily, their lawlessness wasn't rewarded.

--
Pat
Impeach Bush
http://zzpat.bravehost.com/

Articles of Impeachment
Center for Constitutional Rights
http://zzpat.bravehost.com/april_2006/articles_of_impeachment.html

Scotius
2006-08-18 20:14:04 EST
On 10 Aug 2006 18:43:59 -0700, "Annie Birdsong"
<*g@earthlink.net> wrote:

>Israel's Violations Against U.N. Resolutions
>

The UN, as you may know, is the body that considers the
current war in Iraq illegitimate because enough countries that have
business interests that it's contrary to voted against it. It's also
the entity whose representatives will tell you with a straight face
that the first US/Iraq Gulf War was okay because enough people got
together there and said it was. Guess what. They have NO moral
authority, and the idea that you could measure there non existent
credibility is itself a joke.

>Why are there no wars between states in the U.S.A.?
>It's because of courts. We go to court instead of fight.
>Modern Nations also use courts, U.N. resolutions and
>human rights to resolve disputes rather than wage war.
>Unfortunately, Israel has ignored many U.N. resolutions.
>
>See these on the website of Jews Against the Occupation:
>http://www.jatonyc.org/
>
>Please see my teach-in on the Middle East Crisis at:
>http://www.home.earthlink.net/~anniebirdsong/data/my_website.html
>
>
>Iraqi Shiites Struggle for the Soul of their Country
>
>There are two Muslim parties vying for control
>in Iraq: the Shiites, also called Shi'a, who are
>the in the vast majority, and the Sunni, whose
>dictatorship brutally ruled the country for many years.
>
>The Sunni arrested, imprisoned and sometimes
>killed members of the Shiite's Al Da'wa Party,
>sometimes closing religious institutions and
>shutting down journals. The Sunni also aligned
>themselves with the United States in a war to
>destroy Iran's Islamic Republic when Iran's leader
>began encouraging the Shiites in Iraq to rise up
>and establish an Islamic Republic.
>
>While the Sunni are Muslims, their Ba'ath party
>is secular -- opposed to rule by the tennets of Islam.
>But the Shiites believe if the Constitution and other
>laws are not based on Islam, their economy, culture
>and political life will be easy prey for the Western
>imperialists.
>
>The Ba'ath Party is left wing and once professed
>unity with the European left, the Soviet Union and
>the satellite states. These Sunni are also Arab
>Nationalists who believe Arabs from the Gulf
>should be tied into one political entity since they
>are united by their interests, blood, history, language
>and interests.
>
>The Shiites, too, believe in forging political ties with
>other Arabs, but they feel Islam must be the defining
>element of nationalism.
>
>The Shiites see Arab Nationalism as a Trojan Horse
>that will bring in Westernization. You may remember
>the story from ancient times where soldiers hid inside
>the big wooden Trojan Horse so they could get inside
>the gates.
>
>Arab Nationalists ponder forming a just economic order
>by forming trade ties with the Third World and the South.
>
>Both Arab Nationalists and Islamists believe the restoration
>of the Palestinian homeland should be a central concern
>of the Arabs. But they see the dispossession of the
>Palestinians and seizure of land holy to the Muslims a
>bit differently. Arab Nationalists believe it was a plot by
>imperialists to drain away their resources and distract
>Arabs from their efforts to unify. But the Shi'a believe the
>state of Israel was formed to wage war against the Islamic
>Republic. They also believe the Jewish State was formed
>to bring Westernization and secular nationalism to the
>region.
>
>The Shi'a have their own ideas about economics that
>are neither capitalist or socialist. For instance, "The
>Shiites believe the sole owner of land and raw materials
>is the Islamic state," wrote T.M Aziz in an article called
>"An Islamic Perspective of Political Economy: The
>Views of (late) Muhammad Baqir al-Sadr". "People
>may gain special rights of ownership if they invest labor
>to develop these natural resources, such as cultivating
>land or mining minerals. The rights of ownership can
>only be gained through labor invested in developing that
>land or raw material, and such right ends as soon as
>that development ends." (This is similar to the Ejido
>system granting "land to the tiller" establised during the
>Mexican Revolution that was eliminated by the North
>Atlantic Free Trade Agreement, NAFTA, between the
>U.S.A., Mexico and Canada.)
>
>Aziz also wrote, "An individual may not use other
>individuals to develop a natural resource in order to
>have the right of ownership of a large estate, for example;
>otherwise they will share the ownership and the benefits
>of that natural wealth on the basis of their labour. Islam
>totally rejects the capitalitic principle of individual ownership
>of vast natural resources on the ground that they are
>devel­oped by the labour of others."
>
>Read more about the economics of the Islamic Republic
>at: http://al-islam.org/al-tawhid/politicaleconomy/
>
>It is important to realize that the U.S. government fears
>the formation of an Islamic Republic stretching in a
>crescent from Iran, Iraq, Syria and Lebanon. So keep
>watch in the news to see what happens in Lebanon and
>Iraq.


RonB
2006-08-19 05:35:02 EST
On Fri 18 Aug 2006 06:14:04p, Scotius <wolvzbro@mnsi.net>, wrote:

> The UN, as you may know, is the body that considers the
> current war in Iraq illegitimate because enough countries that have
> business interests that it's contrary to voted against it. It's also
> the entity whose representatives will tell you with a straight face
> that the first US/Iraq Gulf War was okay because enough people got
> together there and said it was. Guess what. They have NO moral
> authority, and the idea that you could measure there non existent
> credibility is itself a joke.

The war in Iraq is "illegitimate" (illegal, unlawful) because it is an
unprovoked war. The United States was not threatened by the Iraqi
government when we attacked Iraq -- Bush's bullshit doesn't wash.

--
RonB
"There's a story there...somewhere"

George Leroy Tyrebiter, Jr.
2006-08-19 11:07:47 EST
On Fri, 18 Aug 2006 17:14:04 -0700, Scotius <wolvzbro@mnsi.net> wrote:

>>Israel's Violations Against U.N. Resolutions
>>
>
> The UN, as you may know, is the body that considers the
>current war in Iraq illegitimate because enough countries that have
>business interests that it's contrary to voted against it.

Actually, other countries don't have a moron as President so they knew
the story about WMD was hyped.

UN inspectors checked out US claims about WMD and found them baseless.






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