Time Poll: Giuliani would beat Clinton, Edwards or Obama if elections were held today. Rudolph Giuliani is an Italian-American, proud of its origin, but with a charisma I’d like the Italian politicians to have (but I don’t hold my breath). He is an Italian american I can be proud of. The Italian-Americans are not only Nanci Pelosi, of course.
Magdi Allam: Se la poligamia viene rivendicata come un diritto
Al Qaeda in Gaza.
Docs Seized in Iraq Reveal Plan for Attack in U.S.
Mohammed Fadhil (Iraq The Model): Iraq’s future doesn’t rest on the outcome of a coin flip. I have an advise to the Bush administration: withdraw the troops, and let the Dems handle the aftermath in Iraq. Let them take the responsibility to deal with the real quagmire that would result after retreat.
Newt Weighs In.The former Speaker weighs in on winning campaigns, Iraq, and what might happen in 2008
Amil Imani: Would Iran’s Mullahs Use the Bomb?
A must-read on Israel, from maybe the only sane journalist at the Kuwait Times
Prodi friend of Kgb, according to statements made by the late Russian dissident and kgb defector. The Left in Italy is furious at BBC’s decision to broadcast this report.
Christians under Attack in China.The concept of religious freedom is lost on Beijing
And the Chinese Communist butchers keep on censoring the Internet: China’s Hu vows to “purify” Internet
Washington Times: Genocide continues in Darfur
NGO says Russia probes Chechnya link to slain reporter
Investor’s Business Daily: A Dictatorship Rises in Venezuela
Noticuba Internacional: Algo que debemos conocer
Enviado por Carlos Serpa Maceira: Damas de Blanco Realizan Té Literario
De izquierda a derecha aparecen Katia Martín Velez; el invidente Juan Carlos González Leyva, presidente de la Fundación Cubana de Derechos Humanos; Isabel Ramos; la periodista Tania Maceda; Berta Soler Fernández; Lidia Lima; el periodista Carlos Serpa Maceira, y Gisela Sánchez
De izquierda a derecha, el padre Ricardo Medina Salabria, del Catolicado Ortodoxo Bizantino de Cuba; Lidia Lima, Berta Soler Fernández; Tania Maceda, Isabel Ramos; Juan Carlos González Leyva y Katia Martín Velez. Foto: Carlos Serpa Maceira.