Is Brexit Fascism?

From its independence in 1947 it was predicted by many in the west that India would collapse. The pro-Pakistan policies of UK, France, USA and many others as well as the sympathy shown by them to secessionist movements, most notably in Punjab, Kashmir and Nagaland, the belief that India is heading to civil war due […]

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Israel and Apartheid in the Middle East Part 2

The Denazification of Apartheid Hardcore supporters of apartheid, vehemently opposed to Botha’s reforms, became the reservoir of Nazi inspired ideology. On 20 March 1987 the Christian Science Monitor reported that the South African Jewish Board of Deputies expressed concern over the Herstigte Nasionale Party questioning the loyalty of South Africa’s Jews to Pretoria and “denies […]

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Israel and Apartheid in the Middle East Part 1

The sun beats down remorselessly in the desert heat. The dark-skinned labourers, some actual slaves as they have their wages withheld from them after their passports were confiscated, toil relentlessly in the full glare of the sun. The corpses pile up daily from workplace accidents, heat exhaustion and dehydration. But the lighter-skinned master race in […]

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How France Groomed Radical Islam: Part 1

The new year of 2015 had just set in when Paris was rocked by a massacre which left seventeen dead. The satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo had outraged Muslims worldwide with its mocking of Islam’s founder. But the attackers were not some foreign illegals who had snuck into the country. They were French-raised and born. In […]

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India-Israel bilateral ties more open now, says Israeli ambassador Daniel Carmon

ECONOMIC TIMES 3 January 2015 NEW DELHI:India-Israel ties, which have been improving steadily in last few years, is now out in the open under the Modi government, according to Israel’s new Ambassador to India Daniel Carmon. Both countries have now more visibility in relations and ties are more talked about in open under the current […]

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PM Netanyahu to Indian PM: For bilateral ties, ‘the sky’s the limit’

At first such meeting in 10 years, Netanyahu invites Modi for state visit, suggests expansion of relations into realms of technology, cyber warfare. By Barak Ravid | Sep. 29, 2014 | 3:53 PM | http://www.haaretz.com/news/diplomacy-defense/.premium-1.618211 NEW YORK – Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met Sunday night with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi in New York, where […]

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U.S. Jewish organization keen to work with Modi

HAARETZ   Wednesday, May 21, 2014 American Jewish Committee expresses hope that India’s ties with the U.S. and Israel will strengthen further following elections. The American Jewish Committee congratulated India’s newly elected prime minister, Narendra Modi, and expressed hope that India’s ties with the countries ties with the U.S. and Israel will strengthen further, the […]

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India’s New PM Touted as ‘Israel’s Best Friend’ in South Asia

Prime Minister-designate Narendra Modi has expressed his desire to ‘deepen and develop’ ties with Israel and his record shows he is serious. GIL RONEN 19 May 2014 India’s Prime Minister-designate Narendra Modi has expressed his desire to “deepen and develop” ties with Israel, Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu said Sunday, and it appears that Netanyahu’s words […]

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India’s New Prime Minister Bodes well for us

AMERICAN THINKER 19 May 2014 Richard L Benkin India’s New Prime Minister Bodes well for us   Since Friday when India’s election results were announced, pundits worldwide have been trying to tell us what should make of the landslide victory that made Narendra Modi Prime Minister (PM).  Most of it, however, is punditry through Google […]

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