Our favorite hacker group of questionable motivations, Anonymous, has set its sights on its next target: Syrian president Bashar Assad. Late on Sunday night, Anonymous gained access to 78 different e-mail accounts at the Syrian Ministry of Presidential Affairs, including that of the Minister of Pres ... More >>
Benicio saw this one comingThings have been a little quiet stateside for Scientology watchers (where's that next part of the Leiby saga, Marty?), but over in Israel, all hell has broken loose.
For the last couple of weeks, we've been writing about what happens in the U.S. if Scientology cons ... More >>
Photo by Richard KernVia VICE. Click to Enlarge.Jesus. Apparently, we all need to take lessons in editorial foresight from the ether-huffing sellouts at VICE. Accompanied by Richard Kern photographs, Steve Lafreniere interviewed 89 year-old White House reporter Helen Thomas for an upcoming VI ... More >>
Lefty legend and distinguished linguist Professor Noam Chomsky was denied entry from Jordan into Israel, where he was scheduled to give a speech at Bir Zeit University outside of Jerusalem, Haaretz is reporting.
Chomsky was told by an inspector that the reasoning for the denial would be sen ... More >>
You may have already seen this photo of Obama with his feet up in the Oval Office. Now Huffington Post lets us know that this is considered by some parties to be an offense against our allies in Israel: "A number of Israeli newscasters last night called the posture insulting," says HuffPo, "since in ... More >>
That is, a president who's finally trying to persuade Hebrews.
George Mitchell, chatting last April at Leeds Met in the U.K. about brokering peace deals.
With just a few big steps, Barack Obama has erased George W. Bush's plodding steps in the Middle East sands.
After eight years of an administr ... More >>