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Something Stinks About Wikileaks

Author bio: 
F. William Engdahl

Since the dramatic release of a US military film of a US airborne shooting of unarmed journalists in Iraq, WikiLeaks has gained global notoriety and credibility as a daring website that releases sensitive material to the public from whistleblowers within various governments. Their latest "coup" involved the alleged leak of thousands of pages of supposedly sensitive documents regarding US informers within the Taliban in Afghanistan, and their ties to senior people linked to Pakistan's ISI military intelligence.

Wikileaks Afghan War Log: Surprise, We're Spies!

Author bio: 
John-Paul Leonard

Guardian Caught off Guard by Classic Sting Op against Targets of US.

Can you say "Dezinformatsionnaya Operatsiya?"
I'd heard a lot about the greatest intelligence leak of all time. 90,000 secret documents, with tons of damaging information about the US war on Afghanistan. So I downloaded the famous Wikileak Excel file, and started looking for some choice bits of anti-war propaganda.

Why Muslims Can't Defend Themselves, and What Should Muslim Media Do About It?

What can Muslims do to help Islam become better accepted in today’s Western world?
Top priority: Show that Muslims are not terrorists, but just trying to fit in and be good citizens.

Scare headlines about Islamic terrorism constantly reinforce the image problem for Muslims in the West. Anti-Muslim feelings from 9/11 or the London July 7th tube bombings won't just fade away. Can Muslims and their media counter this bad publicity?

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