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May 11, 2012

Heirs of reggae superstar Bob Marley sent a warning letter to MK Aryeh Eldad, threatening legal action over unauthorized use of the song "Iron Lion Zion" for propaganda purposes.

Heirs of late reggae superstar Bob Marley have sent a warning letter to MK Aryeh Eldad, threatening legal action over the unauthorized use of the song "Iron Lion Zion" for propaganda purposes,

June 24, 2011

The Obama administration argues that the bombardment of Libya does not constitute "hostilities," to weasel out of the War Power Act restrictions—while anti-war commentators ignore the fact that Libya's rebels avidly support the bombing.

The House of Representatives on June 24 voted 295-123 against a resolution authorizing US participation in the NATO campaign in Libya, dealing a blow to President Barack Obama's decision to wage war without congressional approval.

June 21, 2011

A group of Palestinians in Gaza, the West Bank and the United States have written an open letter to Cynthia McKinney expressing their "severe disappointment" at her support for Moammar Qaddafi.

Received from the progressive Arab blog Yansoon, June 21:

Open Letter to Gaddafi Supporter Cynthia McKinney from Disappointed Palestinians

June 20, 2011

The website of the Libyan Youth Movement reports that members of the Libyan community in Los Angeles were barred entry to an ANSWER event on Libya featuring Cynthia McKinney, on grounds that they  "seemed like they may cause trouble." 

A report on Feb 17th, website of the Libyan Youth Movement, states:

June 14, 2011

Glenn Greenwald hyperventilates about a WikiLeaks cable revealing that (gasp!) US oil companies didn't like Qaddafi, as he betrays the Libyan rebels by portraying "regime change" as just a cynical conspiracy by Exxon & ilk. 

Glenn Greenwald (who, as we have noted, has become rather annoying of late) has a sneeringly sarcastic screed in his 

June 9, 2011

Following recent charges that Israeli spook firms are recruiting mercenaries for Qaddafi come claims that the CIA is recruiting mercenaries for the Libyan rebels. 

May 18, 2011

An Israeli security firm that recently made headlines when WikiLeaks revealed its numerous intrigues in Latin America has now been named as recruiting mercenaries in West Africa to fight for the Libyan dictator's embattled regime.

Persistent rumors that private Israeli security companies are recruiting mercenaries for embattled Libyan dictator Moammar Qaddafi were given new credence by a May 2 report on the Zurich-based International Relations and Security Network (ISN) website. Although the report itself cites unnamed "reports," it for the first time names a particular Israeli firm which is said to have been contracted by the afflicted Tripoli regime: