VIDEO: C.I.A. no al-qaeda ever existed – BBC documentary the power of nightmares

BBC Documentary twice posted here, twice pulled from Google YouTube.

Try this one similar subject matter from RT:

Trailer for Power of Nightmares series:

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VIDEO: Quest For The Lost Tribes of Israel (The Taliban, the Pashtun, the Af-Pak Tribal Area’s)

QUEST FOR THE LOST TRIBES documents filmmaker Simcha Jacobovici’s ambitious quest to solve the mystery of The Lost Tribes of Israel.

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Villagers list 147 dead in Afghan strike

Villagers list 147 dead in Afghan strike

Sharafuddin Sharafyar Reuters North American News Service

May 08, 2009 05:39 EST

KABUL, May 8 (Reuters) – Residents of two villages hit earlier this week by U.S. air strikes have prepared lists with the names of 147 people killed in the attacks, the deputy governor of the province where the strikes took place said.

Farah Province deputy governor Yunus Rasooli told Reuters residents of the village of Geraani had provided 90 names and residents of neighbouring Ganj Abad village another 57. The two villages were struck by U.S. warplanes during a battle in another nearby village on Monday and Tuesday.

Rasooli said the lists included eight school children whose names were provided by the Ministry of Education.

Abdul Basir Khairkhah, a member of the provincial government’s investigating team, confirmed that the villagers’ lists contained 147 names. He said he had seen two mass graves and more than 40 individual graves in the two villages.

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Pakistan Arrests Opposition Leader to Block Protests: Report

Bloomberg News March 15, 2009

Pakistan Arrests Opposition Leader to Block Protests By James Rupert and Farhan Sharif

Pakistani police detained former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, blockaded highways and cities and put army troops on alert to break up a planned protest tomorrow in Islamabad.

Police surrounded Sharif’s home in Lahore, put him under house arrest for three days and detained scores of other leaders of his Pakistan Muslim League, said party spokesman Pervez Rashid. The government blockaded central Lahore and Islamabad, tightening its crackdown on nationwide protests to demand the restoration of dismissed judges who are supported by Sharif.

President Asif Ali Zardari “may prevent us from protesting in Islamabad tomorrow, but we will simply re-organize and renew our protest in a few days,” said Rai Muhammad Salim Raza Kharal, one of a few Muslim League activists who managed to reach the main rally venue in Lahore. Zardari “will face a long period of protest now,” he said, shortly before police fired tear gas to disperse rock-throwing demonstrators nearby.

Zardari’s use of force to quell protest and growing dissent in his Pakistan Peoples Party, are “deepening his credibility deficit and leaving his government […]

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