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Week in Review: Dubai assassination, Afghanistan offensive

Week in Review

Week in Review: Dubai assassination, Afghanistan offensive

In our weekly wrap-up of the week's top stories, James Rubin, an adjunct professor at Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs, joins Martin Savidge to discuss the implications of the killing in Dubai and the NATO offensive in Afghanistan.

Posted: February 26, 2010 16:56   Comments: 10
More allegations emerge about 26 suspects in Hamas hit

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More allegations emerge about 26 suspects in Hamas hit

Australia's foreign minister has summoned Israel's ambassador, expressing concern about the alleged use of Australian passports by several of the 26 suspects identified by Dubai officials as being part of the ring that carried out the assassination of a Hamas militant last month.

Posted: February 25, 2010 13:17   Comments: 87
Mahmoud al-Mabhouh assassins leave trail of clues

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Mahmoud al-Mabhouh assassins leave trail of clues

There remains considerable mystery over why the Palestinian militant was targeted and over Mossad's alleged involvement. The traces left an uncharacteristically amateurish trail for a killing by the Israeli intelligence service. For more, Daljit Dhaliwal interviews David Schenker, director of the Program on Arab Politics at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy.

Posted: February 17, 2010 17:25   Comments: 44
Mysterious Dubai murder leaves questions unanswered

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Mysterious Dubai murder leaves questions unanswered

A story of murder and intrigue is dominating the news in Israel and beyond. News commentators, law enforcement officials and political leaders are scrambling to piece together evidence leading to identification of the perpetrators. Read what bloggers are speculating, and watch a Gulf News compilation of CCTV footage showing the hit squad's movements.

Posted: February 17, 2010 13:40   Comments: 11
Mossad blamed for killing Hamas military leader in Dubai

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Mossad blamed for killing Hamas military leader in Dubai

Last month, a Hamas military leader was assassinated in a Dubai hotel. Dubai police claim that at least 11 suspects were involved in killing Mahmoud al-Mabhouh, many of whom allegedly used identities stolen from dual U.K.-Israeli citizens. Israel's Mossad is suspected of being behind the crime. Jacky Rowland of Al Jazeera English has more from Israel.

Posted: February 17, 2010 10:57   Comments: 80
U.S. Congress bill threatens to crackdown on terror TV

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U.S. Congress bill threatens to crackdown on terror TV

Cari Machet, who has worked as a multimedia producer throughout the Middle East, writes about a new House bill that could sanction satellite operators if they contract their services to TV stations classified as terrorist entities by Congress. She argues it may prove to be a counterproductive crackdown on Arab press freedom.

Posted: February 8, 2010 13:10   Comments: 4
Teddy bear, bumble bee indoctrinate youth on Hamas TV

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Teddy bear, bumble bee indoctrinate youth on Hamas TV

Since 2007, a propaganda show called Tomorrow's Pioneers has taught young Palestinians about the alleged sins of Israel and the West. This week, a Washington D.C.-based NGO released a dispatch on this children's TV program produced by Hamas in the Gaza Strip. Watch videos with the show's 4 costumed co-hosts, including Farfour, a Mickey Mouse look-alike.

Posted: December 11, 2009 09:36   Comments: 16
How You See It: Should Israel exchange prisoners?

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How You See It: Should Israel exchange prisoners?

The militant Palestinian organization Hamas released a two-minute video proving that an Israeli prisoner held for more than three years is still alive. Should Israel agree to release hundreds of Palestinian prisoners to secure the release of one Israeli soldier? Tell us what you think.

Posted: October 2, 2009 07:47   Comments: 74
U.N. report on Gaza war crimes draws harsh reaction

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U.N. report on Gaza war crimes draws harsh reaction

A United Nations investigation found that both Israel and Hamas committed war crimes during last winter's war in Gaza. Yossi Peled, a minister in the current Israeli government, discusses Israel's position. Do you believe that either Israel or Hamas -- or both -- committed war crimes in Gaza? Tell us what you think.

Posted: September 16, 2009 11:52   Comments: 134
Gaza civilians experience difficulty in receiving aid

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Gaza civilians experience difficulty in receiving aid

United Nations aid workers in the Gaza Strip have asked Israel to ease restrictions on aid. Around 80 percent of Palestinians are reliant on aid. The Israeli government does allow aid shipments into Gaza, but fears that opening the borders would allow Hamas to bring weapons into the area.

Posted: April 17, 2009 07:17   Comments: 1
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