Nato's intervention in Libya is a threat to the Arab revolution, says Seumas Milne, but the forces that have been unleashed in the region won't be turned back so easily.
Israel is renowned for its "precision-guided missiles", fired remotely from pilotless drones with such accuracy they cause "minimal collateral damage". So the two Palestinian 2-year-olds killed within two days must have been "terrorists".
There are real and important differences between the attack on Iraq and NATO's war in Libya: what they have in common is the manipulation used to justify them and demonise critics.
The old rulers will not be missed if and when they depart. The decisive issues – genuinely democratic and popular regimes across the Arab world, the exclusion of great power interference in the region -- and justice for the Palestinian people -- remain in the balance.
Gadaffi's tyrannical regime has been brought down by foreign intervention. But, asks Patrick Cockburn, as in Iraq and Afghanistan, will a war thought to be over burst into flames again, with foreign allies seen as foreign occupiers?
Hetty Bower, belying her 105 years, has been an inveterate opponent of the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq and an ever-present on all the Stop the War Coalition marches over the past ten years.
John Pilger says, it hardly seemed coincidental that on the day before Cameron raged against "phony human rights", NATO aircraft - which include British bombers sent by him - killed a reported 85 civilians in a peaceful Libyan town.
The Lemming Syndrome makes Obama describe the US casualties as "lost," "fallen," or "ultimate sacrifice", instead of the hard truth: they're dead and he is responsible for snuffing out their young lives.
Unaccountable US special forces are already active in more than half the world's countries, and set to dominate the next stage of America's war on the world.
The US-led invasions of Iraq and Afghanistan have been a dismal failure – thousands of lives lost, trillions of dollars squandered, western troops in Muslim lands provoking more terrorism than it has prevented.