Modi emite un mensaje irónico del "Día de la Paz" que Netanyahu le prestó a Hitler

El discurso de Modi sobre cómo solo se debe respetar a los "fuertes", mientras que emitir una amenaza implícita de usar armas nucleares contra enemigos del estado, es sorprendentemente similar a un discurso pronunciado por el primer ministro israelí, Benjamin Netanyahu, un aliado de Modi – septiembre pasado.

Narendra Modi

SURENDRANAGAR, INDIA -- As India’s election season drags on and nears its conclusion, current Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has continued to use speeches on the campaign trail to threaten using nuclear bombs against neighboring Pakistan in an attempt to portray himself as tough on “terrorism.” In a speech delivered last Wednesday that was

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Robert Fisk Exposes Israel’s Hidden Role in the Brewing India-Pakistan Conflict

Israel’s export of Zionist nationalism and neocolonialism — and the accompanying oppression that in practice actually helps to create many of the very terrorist groups they fight against — is just as dangerous as its export of arms.

Narendra Modi | Benjamin Netanyahu

LONDON -- Well-known British journalist Robert Fisk recently wrote a very telling and troubling article in The Independent regarding the outsized role of the state of Israel in the burgeoning tensions between India and Pakistan, two nuclear powers. The story -- despite its importance, given the looming threat of nuclear war between the two

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Attack on Iranian Soldiers Coincides with Saudi Crown Prince Visit to Neighboring Pakistan

Saudi funds have been flowing for some time into the coffers of ultra-conservative anti-Shiite, anti-Iranian Sunni Muslim madrassahs or religious seminars in Balochistan.

Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman meets with Defense Secretary Jim Mattis at the Pentagon in Washington, March 22, 2018. (AP/Cliff Owen)

This week’s suicide attack on Revolutionary Guards in Iran’s south-eastern province of Sistan and Baluchistan, the second in two months, could not have come at a more awkward moment for Pakistani prime minister Imran Khan. The assault on a bus carrying the guards back from patrols on the province’s border with the troubled Pakistani region of

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How Many People Has the U.S. Killed in Afghanistan and Pakistan Post-9/11?

The numbers of casualties of US wars since Sept. 11, 2001 have largely gone uncounted, but coming to terms with the true scale of the crimes committed remains an urgent moral, political and legal imperative.

A U.S soldier of 82nd Air Borne walks as villagers sit near the grave of three young boys killed in airstrike in Chinar village of Ghorak district of Kandahar province Southern Afghanistan, March 14, 2007. (AP/Rafiq Maqbool)

In the first part of this series, I estimated that about 2.4 million Iraqis have been killed as a result of the illegal invasion of their country by the United States and the United Kingdom in 2003. I turn now to Afghan and Pakistani deaths in the ongoing 2001 U.S. intervention in Afghanistan. In part two, I will examine U.S.-caused war deaths in

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New US Defense Agency’s Report on Global Nuclear Powers Omits Allies

As the Defense Intelligence Agency’s “Global Nuclear Landscape” report demonstrates, the U.S.’ highly selective concern regarding nuclear stockpiles is not about the danger they pose to the international community but rather the danger they pose to fulfilling U.S. geopolitical objectives.

India's Agni III, a nuclear-capable missile that can hit targets from Beijing to Baghdad. (AP Photo/Manish Swarup)

WASHINGTON – A recent report created by the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) at the behest of the Senate Armed Services Committee sought to provide an overview of “foreign nuclear weapons-related capabilities.” However, that report, compiled using purely open-source information instead of DIA intel, focuses on only three of the world’s nine

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How Hindu Nationalism Intensified India’s Brutal Repression of Kashmir

From bans on eating beef, regular disruption of cell and internet service and renewed violence against civilians, India’s ruling Hindu Nationalist Party has ushered in a new level of repression in Kashmir.

An Indian paramilitary force soldier guards at a check point during a strike in Srinagar, Kashmir, Dec. 20, 2017. (AP/Mukhtar Khan)

A sweeping social media gag; dozens of Kashmiri female students defiantly protesting Indian military troop presence; a Kashmiri man tied to an Indian military vehicle as a human shield against stone-pelting protesters. These are just some of the latest stories to come out of the Kashmir Valley in India's north-eastern state of Jammu and Kashmir,

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