Al-Jazeerah: Cross-Cultural Understanding

News Photos, March 9-11, 2009


Al-Jazeerah History


Mission & Name  

Conflict Terminology  


Gaza Holocaust  

Gulf War  




News Photos  

Opinion Editorials

US Foreign Policy (Dr. El-Najjar's Articles)




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Ahmed Bahar calls for Arab international
court to try Israeli war criminals
British lifeline convoy, Viva Palestina,
enters Gaza amid warm popular and
official reception
Obama lifts limit on embryonic stem
cell research, scientists hail
Turkish Red Crescent inspects
destroyed homes
 Israeli Extremist Settlers Storm
Al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem's Old City
US soldier Santos Caradona, in a
famous photo using his dog Azuma,
against an Iraqi prisoner in Abu Gharib.
The Sunday Times mentioned that the
soldier and his dog were killed in
Afghanistan by a roadside bomb.
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European Lifeline Convoys to Continue
Until Lifting Israeli Siege of Gaza
US Soldier, 36 Iraqis Killed in War
Attacks, Including 33 Killed, 46
Injured in Abu Gharib Suicide Bombing,
10 Sri Lankan Muslims Killed, 30
Injured in a Bomb Attack on
Godapitiya Mosque
Policeman, Two Soldiers Killed in
Northern Ireland by Real IRA,
Somebody Wants to Prove George
Mitchell Wrong
An Attempt to Reduce Israeli War
Crimes in Gaza to Criminal Negligence
 Israeli Extremist Settlers Storm
Al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem's Old City
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Ismail Haniyah makes first public
appearance, presents Galloway with
Palestinian passport
Israeli terrorist forces kill teenager,
kidnap 38 Palestinians,
lock down Hebron-area village
 Riyadh Arab summit focuses on
 reconciliation efforts  
 9 Iraqis Killed, 3 Attacks on US
 Forces, More cancer cases in Iraq
Bernard Madoff  could face up to 150
 years in prison  

Former US ambassador in Saudi
Arabia, Charles Freeman

  Former British Zionist Prime Minister, Tony Bliar, receives his prize, for participation in killing millions of Iraqis, Afghanis, Palestinians, and other Muslims (By John Chuckman, March 12, 2009).




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