Paltalk Leaks Expose Conspiracy Against Syria

(Mosaic Video Alert: April 29, 2011) Syrian television releases its “Paltalk Leaks,” exposing the conspirators behind the Syrian revolution. The state-run channel reports that satellite phones, computers, and cameras were smuggled into Syria with the intention of fabricating news and spreading lies to the media about the protests in Syria.

 

 
 

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Iraqis Demonstrate in Ahrar and Hurriya Squares

(Mosaic Video Alert: April 22, 2011) Iraqis demonstrated in Mosul City's Ahrar Square or Square of the Free for the ninth consecutive day to demand "the unconditional departure of occupation forces from Iraq" and the release of detainees. In Sulaymaniyah province's Hurriya or Freedom Square, protesters demanded that the government and parliament be dissolved and asked for political reform. Al Iraqiya reports:

 

 
 

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Omanis Urge Reform While Saudis Denounce Bahrain Crackdown

(Mosaic Video Alert: April 22, 2011) Massive anti-government demonstrations took place in Oman and Saudi Arabia today. In Oman’s southern port city of Salalah, thousands of demonstrators demanded better wages and jobs, saying the government’s promised reforms are not enough. In Saudi Arabia’s eastern city of Qatif, hundreds protested in solidarity with anti-government protesters in Bahrain, despite the ban on protests. They condemned the burning and destruction of Bahraini mosques by Saudi and Bahraini troops. Press TV reports:

 

 

 
 

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Bahrainis Protest Crackdown as Saudis Rally in Solidarity

(Mosaic Video Alert: April 1, 2011) Bahraini security forces backed by Saudi troops intensified their crackdown on protests as they opened fire on Bahraini protestors and arrested many people, including pregnant women. Hundreds of Saudi Arabians in the eastern city of Qatif defied the ban on demonstrations and took to the streets to demand their rights and an end to government corruption. The protestors also demanded an end to Saudi Arabia's military intervention in Bahrain, assisting the government with crackdowns on protests.

 

 

 
 

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Is the Media Ignoring Iraq's Protest Movement?

(Mosaic Video Alert: March 30, 2011) On the ‘Friday of Perseverance,’ Iraqi residents took to the streets to demand political reform, an end to corruption, and an improvement of public services. Iraq's al-Rafidain TV interviewed writer and political analyst Dr. Abdul Karim al-Alluji to discuss the media blackout on the protests occurring in Iraq. He said that while Iraq is witnessing a revolution similar to those of its neighbors, much of it has been unreported. He stated that he doesn’t know if it is deliberate but that it is unfortunate and that the country has been “left to suffer on its own from hardships, killings, and destruction.”

 

 

 
 

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