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Judge Jones Has Been Reading the Wrong Books -- Intelligent Design vs. Evolution...



 
 
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Default Judge Jones Has Been Reading the Wrong Books -- Intelligent Design vs. Evolution...


A few choice tidbits from the book, "Mankind in Amnesia,"
by the late, great Dr. Immanuel Velikovsky:


"But he (Charles Darwin) saw these animals,
their bones splintered, heaped in the strangest
assemblages -- giant sloths and mastodons together
with birds and mice.

He had to forget these pictures of disaster in order
to invent a theory of a peaceful earth unshaken in its
entirety . . . (but) he could not pass over it in silence
in 'Origin of Species'.

"He wrote: 'The extinction of species has been involved
in the most gratuitous mystery . . . No one can have
marveled more than I have done at the extinction
of the species.'

"Darwin concluded: 'Certainly, no fact in the long history
of the world is so startling as the wide and repeated
extermination of its inhabitants'."

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~


"Quoting Eisely, when at the University of Kansas in 1943,
quoting an observer of an awe-inspiring scene spread all
over Alaska:

"... in certain regions of Alaska the bones of these extinct
animals lie so thickly scattered that there can be no question
of human handiwork involved.

"Though man was on the scene of the final perishing,
his was not, then, the appetite nor the capacity for such
giant slaughter."

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~


"These remains were obviously heaped together in single
actions of nature . . . Alfred Russel Wallace, who
simultaneously with Darwin announced the theory
of natural selection, in puzzlement drew the attention
of the scientific world to the Siwalik hills, at the foot
of the Himalayas, their several hundred miles of length
practically packed with bones of animals . . .

"It seems impossible to attribute the phenomenon
to the unaided efforts of man. In this great carnage
are myriads of animals, limb torn from limb, in great
heaps, over tens of miles, mixed with splintered trees."

========================================

In 1963, the editors of American Behavioral Scientist
magazine were convinced of the merits of Dr. Immanuel
Velikovsky's science -- contained in "Worlds in Collision"
and "Earth in Upheaval," published in the early 1950s --
and were aware of the mushroom cloud of denial that had
been generated from within the scientific community.

The editors considered these events to be of major
importance to the history of science.

Therefore, they displayed tremendous courage by devoting
their September 1963 issue to defending Velikovsky.

It contained three papers dealing with the Velikovsky
controversy -- by Ralph Juergens, Livio Stecchini and
publisher Alfred de Grazia, as well as a paper submitted
by Velikovsky himself.

Three years later -- in 1966 -- this edition of American
Behavioral Scientist wound up as a hard-cover book entitled
"The Velikovsky Affair: The Warfare of Science and Scientism,"
edited by de Grazia and published by University Books Inc.,
New Hyde Park, N.Y.


==========================


"THE VELIKOVSKY AFFAIR"
Foreward
(By Alfred de Grazia)


In 1950, a book called Worlds in Collision, by Dr.
Immanuel Velikovsky, gave rise to a controversy in
scientific and intellectual circles about scientific
theories and the sociology of science.

Dr. Velikovsky's historical and cosmological concepts,
bolstered by his acknowledged scholarship, constituted
a formidable assault on certain established theories
of astronomy, geology and historical biology, and on
the heroes of those sciences.

Newton, himself, and Darwin were being challenged, and
indeed the general orthodoxy of an ordered universe.

The substance of Velikovsky's ideas is briefly presented
in the first chapter of this book.

What must be called the scientific establishment rose in
arms, not only against the new Velikovsky theories but
against the man himself.

Efforts were made to block dissemination of Dr. Velikovsky's
ideas, and even to punish supporters of his investigations.


Universities, scientific societies, publishing houses,
the popular press were approached and threatened; social
pressures and professional sanctions were invoked
to control public opinion.


There is no doubt that in a totalitarian society, not only
would Dr. Velikovsky's reputation have been at stake, but
also his right to pursue his inquiry, and perhaps his own
personal safety.

As it was, the "establishment" succeeded in building a wall
of unfavorable sentiment around him: to thousands of scholars
the name of Velikovsky bears the taint of fantasy,
science-fiction and publicity.

He could not be suppressed entirely. In the next few years
he published three more books. He carried on a large
correspondence. And he was helped by friends and by
a large general public composed of persons outside of the
establishments of science.

The probings of spacecraft tended to confirm -- never to disprove --
his arguments.

Eventually, the venomous aspects of the controversy,
the efforts at suppression, the campaign of vilification
loomed almost as large, in their consequences to science,
as the original issue.


Social scientists, who had been generally aware of Dr. Velikovsky's
work, now found themselves in the thick of the conflict.
The involvement of the social and behavioral sciences in the
scientific theories of Velikovsky was higher than had been earlier
appreciated.

The social sciences are the basis of Velikvsky's work: despite his
proficiency in the natural sciences, it is by the use of the
methodology of social science that Velikovsky launched his challenge
to accepted cosmological theories.

No one pretends that this method is adequate. New forms of
interdisciplinary research are needed to wed, for example, the study
of myth with the study of meteorites.

Nor does one have to agree that Velikovsky is the greatest technician
of mythology, even while granting his great conceptual and
synthesizing powers.

Whatever the scientific substance, the controversy itself could not
be avoided or dismissed by behavioral science.

The problem of sicence is one of the agitating problems
of the twentieth century. The issues are clear: Who determines
scientific truth: Who are its high priests, and what is their
warrant? How do they establish their canons? What effects
do they have on the freedom of inquiry, and on public interest?


In the end, some judgment must be passed upon the behavior of the
scientific world and, if adverse, some remedies must be proposed . . .

It is our hope that the publication of these papers in the present
volume (a revised and enlarged version) will make it less easy for
Velikovsky's new work to be suppressed, or lightly dismissed.

We hope, too, that they will help scientists and interested laymen
everywhere to rehearse the problems and to reform the errors
of the vast enterprise of science. -- END OF QUOTE

=========================================

Ed Conrad
http://www.edconrad.com


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http://www.edconrad.com/ebay/ManasOl...iscoveries.jpg


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THE COVER-UP THAT CAN'T BE COVERED
(Petrified Coal-Age Bones, Teeth and Soft Organs)


(A golden rule of geology is that coal is a minimum of 280
million years old, dating back to the Carboniferous Period.)

(Many Specimens Found After Web Page Constructed)


Photos show a petrified human femur embedded in slate
that was excavated during an open-pit mining operation
in Pennsylvania's anthracite region:

http://www.edconrad.com/ebay/Petrified/z8femur.jpg
http://www.edconrad.com/ebay/D24x/z7femur.jpg


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PETRIFIED HUMAN FINGER AND TOE
http://www.edconrad.com/ebay/FINGER/FINGERSx.jpg


Photo during Power Point presentation in Switzerland)
http://www.edconrad.com/ebay/Newpix2/MVC-006S.JPG


Two Petrified Human Skulls (one embedded in boulder)
http://www.edconrad.com/ebay/Smith/z11calv.jpg
http://www.edconrad.com/ebay/Petrified/skullb.jpg


Handcarved Tool/Weapon Handle (Turned to Anthracite)
http://www.edconrad.com/ebay/Tool/MVC-001S.JPG
http://www.edconrad.com/ebay/Tool/MVC-002S.JPG
http://www.edconrad.com/ebay/Tool/MVC-003S.JPG
http://www.edconrad.com/ebay/Tool/MVC-004S.JPG
http://www.edconrad.com/ebay/Tool/MVC-005S.JPG


Other Petrified Specimens
http://www.edconrad.com/ebay/Petrified/newtibia.jpg
http://www.edconrad.com/ebay/ID\MVC-005S.JPG
http://www.edconrad.com/ebay/Petrified/z5gall.jpg
http://www.edconrad.com/ebay/Petrified/z9lung.jpg
http://www.edconrad.com/ebay/brain/MVC-001S.JPG
http://www.edconrad.com/ebay/Petrified/1tooth.jpg
http://www.edconrad.com/ebay/ID/premolar.jpg
http://www.edconrad.com/ebay/Newpix3/z3dino.jpg
http://www.edconrad.com/ebay/ID/MVC-013F.JPG
http://www.edconrad.com/ebay/Day/MVC-005S.JPG
http://www.edconrad.com/ebay/ID\MVC-017S.JPG
http://www.edconrad.com/ebay/Scorpion/MVC-010S.JPG
http://www.edconrad.com/ebay/Scorpion/MVC-020S.JPG


SOME FAVORABLE SCIENTIFIC TEST RESULTS


Yerkes Regional Primate Research Center
http://www.edconrad.com/ebay/Smith1/MVC-008S.JPG


American Medical Laboratories
http://www.edconrad.com/ebay/ID\MVC-024S.JPG
http://www.edconrad.com/ebay/ID\MVC-002S.JPG


CATscan on petrified premolar
http://www.edconrad.com/oldascoal/images/graph.gif


Scanning Electron Microscopy on petrified tibia
http://www.edconrad.com/canals/sem.jpg


Presence of Haversian canals (Photo of tibia ground section)
http://www.edconrad.com/oldascoal/images/proof1.jpg


==========================================


WHEN SCIENCE MEETS PSEUDOSCIENCE


http://www.edconrad.com/oldascoal/index.html
http://www.edconrad.com/oldascoal/page2.html
http://www.edconrad.com/oldascoal/page3.html
http://www.edconrad.com/oldascoal/page4.html
http://www.edconrad.com/oldascoal/cmon.html


=========================================


Ed Conrad
http://www.edconrad.com


Man as Old as Coal (and conceivably a whole lot older)


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10. Chronicle (Houston) 553,018
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14 Globe (Boston) 450,538
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18. Inquirer (Philadelphia) 376,493
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25. Herald (Miami) 315,850
26. Register Orange County CA 302,864
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36. Dispatch (Columbus, Ohio) 252,564
37. Star (Indianapolis) 249,891
38. Journal Sentinel Milwaukee 244,288
39. Post-Gazette Pittsburgh Pa 242,546
40. Herald (Boston) 241,457
41. Sun-Sentinel (Ft L'dale, Fla ) 233,634
42. Times (Seattle) 231,505
43. News (Detroit) 227,392
44. Observer (Charlotte, N.C.) 226,849
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55. Times-Dispatch Richmond 188,540
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62. Record (Bergen County, N.J.) 179,270
63. Daily News (Los Angeles) 178,360
64. Democrat (Rochester, N.Y.) 173,900
65. Tennessean (Nashville) 172,149
66. Post (W. Palm Beach, Fla.) 168,147
67. Times-Union (Jacksonville, Fla) 167,851
68. Journal (Providence, R.I.) 167,609
69. Asbury Park Press (N.J.) 167,284
70. News & Observer (Raleigh NC) 163,769
71. Review-Journal (Las Vegas) 160,391
72. Bee (Fresno, Calif.) 158,651
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74. Register (Des Moines, Iowa) 150,851
75. Post-Intelligencer (Seattle) 150,851
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GREECE

Athens News (Athens) (English)
Eleftherotypia (Athens)
Kathimerini (Athens) (English)
Ta Nea (Athens)
HUNGARY

Budapest Business Journal (Budapest) (English)
The Budapest Sun (Budapest) (English)
Duna™jv·ros (Fejer, Dunaujvaros)
Magyar Demokrata (Budapest)
Magyar Forum (Budapest)
Magyar HÌrlap (Budapest)
Nepszabadsag (Budapest)
NÈpszava (Budapest)
ICELAND

Morgunbladid · Netinu (Reykjavik)
Skarpur (Reykjavik)
VÌsir (Reykjavik)
IRELAND

Examiner, The (Cork)
Galway Advertiser, The (Galway)
Irish Independent, The (Dublin)
Irish News (Belfast)
Irish Times (Dublin)
Kerryman Newspaper, The (County Kerry)
Munster Express, The
Newshound - Northern Ireland and related topics.
Sunday Business Post, The
ITALY

ItalAlto Adige (Bolzano)
Brescia Oggi (Brescia)
Il Centro (Abruzzo, Pescara)
Chiamami Cittý (Rimini)
Corriere Adriatico (Marche)
Corriere del Giorno (Taranto)
Corriere della Sera
Dolomiten
L'Eco di Bergamo (Bergamo)
Il Foglio
Gazzetta de Mantova (Mantova)
Gazzetta di Reggio (Reggio)
Giornale (Bologna)
Internazionale
Il Giornale di Vicenza (Vicenza)
Il Manifesto (Rome)
L'Arena (Verona)
La Nazione (Florence)
Nuova Ferrara (Ferrara)
La Nuova Sardegna (Sassari)
La Nuova Venezia (Venezia)
Il Piccolo di Trieste (Trieste)
La Provincia Pavese (Pavia, Pavia)
La Repubblica
Il Resto del Carlino (Bologna)
La Stampa (Turin)
Il Tirreno (Livorno)
La Tribuna di Treviso (Treviso)
L'Unione Sarda (Cagliari)
LATVIA

The Baltic Times (English)
Diena (Riga)
Latvijas Vestnesis (Riga)
Neatariga Rita Avize (Riga)
Zemgales Zinas (Jelgava)
LIECHTENSTEIN

Liechenstein News (English)
Liechtensteiner Vaterland
LITHUANIA

Lietuvos Rytas (Vilnius)
Lietuvos Zinios (Vilnius)
LUXEMBOURG

LÎtzebuerger Journal
Luxemburger Wort
Tageblatt
MACEDONIA

Dnevnik (Skopje)
Makedonsko Sonce (Skopje)
Utrinski Vesnik (Skopje)
MALTA

The Business Times (Valletta) (English)
The Malta Independent (Valletta) (English)
Malta Today (Valletta) (English)
The Times & Sunday Times (Valletta) (English)
MOLDOVA

Tineretul (Chisinau)
NETHERLANDS

Algemeen Dagblad (Zuid-Holland, Rotterdam)
Cobouw (Zuid-Holland, The Hague)
Dagblad De Limburger (Limburg, Maastricht)
Het Financieele Dagblad (Noord-Brabant, Eindhoven)
Eindhovens Dagblad (Noord-Holland, Amsterdam)
Haagsche Courant (Zuid-Holland, The Hague)
Haarlems Dagblad (Noord-Holland, Haarlem)
Het Belang van Limburg (Giessen, Limburg)
Het Parool (Noord-Holland, Amsterdam)
NRC Handelsblad (Zuid-Holland, Rotterdam)
Rotterdams Dagblad (Rotterdam)
Tctubantia (Overijssel, Enschede)
Trouw (Noord-Holland, Amsterdam)
De Volkskrant (Noord-Holland, Amsterdam)
NORWAY

Adresseavisen (Trondheim)
Aftenposten (Oslo)
Aftenposten: English Version (Oslo) (English)
Agderposten (Aust-Agder, Arendal)
Avisa Nordland (Bodo)
Avisa S¯r-Tr¯ndelag (Sor-Trondelag, Orkanger)
Bergens Tidende (Hordaland, Bergen)
Bergensavisen (Hordaland, Bergen)
Dag og Tid (Oslo)
Dagbladet (Oslo)
Dagens NÊringsliv (Oslo)
Dagsavisen (Oslo)
FÊdrelandsvennen (Vest-Agder, Kristiansand)
Firdaposten (Sogn og Fjordane, Floro)
Fredriksstad Blad
Fremover (Nordland, Narvik)
Gudbrandsd¯len Dagningen (Oppland, Lillehammer)
Hamar Arbeiderblad (Hedmark, Hamar)
Hamar Dagblad (Hedmark, Hamar)
Haugesunds Avis (Haugesund)
Laagendalsposten (Kongsberg)
Nettavisen (Oslo) (English)
Nettavisen (Oslo)
Nordlys (North Norway, Tromsoe)
Norway Post, The (Oslo) (English)
Oppland Arbeiderblad (Gjoevik)
ÿstlands-Posten (Larvik)
Porsgrunns Dagblad (Telemark)
Ringerikes Blad (Akershus, Lillestr¯m)
Rogalands Avis (Rogaland, Stavanger)
Romerikes Blad (Akershus, Lillestrom)
Sandefjords Blad (Vestfold, Sandefjord)
Sunnmorsp¯sten (Alesund)
Teknisk Ukeblad (Oslo)
Telemarksavisa (Telemark, Skien)
Tonsbergs Blad (Tonsberg)
Tr¯nder-Avisa (Nord Trondelag, Steinkjer)
Verdens Gang (Oslo)
POLAND

Dziennik Polski (Maloposkie, Krakow)
Gazeta Wyborcza (Warsaw)
Glos Wybrzeza (Pomorskie, Gdansk)
Rzeczpospolita (Warsaw)
Tygodnik Powszechny
Trybuna (Mazowieckie, Warsaw)
Warsaw Voice, The (Warsaw)
Zycie Warszawy (Warsaw)
PORTUGAL

A Bola (Lisboa, Lisbon)
Canal de NegÛcios (Lisboa, Lisbon)
Correio da Manh“ (Lisboa, Lisbon)
Di·rio de NotÌcias (Funchal)
Di·rio Digital (Lisboa, Lisbon)
Di·rio EconÛmico (Lisboa, Lisbon)
O Jogo
Jornal de Noticias ( (Oporto)
P™blico (Lisbon)
Record (Lisbon)
ROMANIA

Adevarul
Cotidianul (Bucuresti, Bucharest)
Evenimentul Zilei Online
Nine O'Clock (Bucuresti, Bucharest) (English)
ZIUA (Bucuresti, Bucharest)
RUSSIA

Evening Kazan (Tatarstan, Kazan)
Itar-Tass (Moscow)
Izvestia (Moscow)
Kazanskii Universitet (Moscow)
Kommersant Daily (Moscow)
Komsomolskaya Pravda (Moscow)
The Moscow Times (Moscow) (English)
Moskovskii Komsomolets (Moscow)
Nezavisimaya Gazeta (Moscow)
Novosti (Vladivostok)
Pravda (Moscow)
Russia Today
St. Petersburg Times (St. Petersburg)
Trud (Moscow)
Vladivostok News (Vladivostok)
SCOTLAND

Courier On-Line, The (Dundee)
Daily Record (Glasgow)
Press and Journal, The(Aberdeen)
Scotsman, The (Edinburgh)
Sunday Mail (Glasgow)
Sunday Post, The (Dundee)
SLOVAKIA

Praca (Zapadoslovenska, Bratislava)
Pravda (Zapadoslovenska, Bratislava)
Slovakia Daily Surveyor
Slovak Spectator, The (Zapadoslovenska, Bratislava)
SME Online
SLOVENIA

Delo (Ljubljana)
Dnevnik (Ljubljana)
SPAIN

ABC (Madrid)
AVUI (Catalonia, Barcelona; Premsa Catalana)
Cinco Dias (Madrid)
El Correo (Pais Vasco, Bilbao)
El Correo Gallego (Galicia)
Costa Blanca News (English)
DEIA (Pais Vasco, Bilbao)
El DÌa de Baleares (Baleares, Palma de Mallorca)
Diario de Mallorca (Baleares, Palma de Mallorca)
El Diario Montanes (Cantabria, Santander)
El Diario Vasco (Pais Vasco, San Sebastian)
La Estrella Digital
ExpansiÛn Directo (Madrid)
Faro de Vigo (Galicia, Vigo)
Heraldo de AragÛn (Aragon, Zaragoza)
Hoy Diario de Extremadura (Extremadura, Merida)
Ideal (Andalucia, Granada)
El Ideal Gallego (Galicia)
Levante-El Mercantil Valenciano (Valencia)
Marca (Madrid)
El Mundo
El Norte de Castilla (Castilla y Leon, Valladolid)
El Pais (Madrid)
El Periodico de Catalunya (Barcelona)
El Progreso (Galicia, Lugo)
Las Provincias (Valencia)
RegiÛ7 (Catalonia, Manresa)
La Rioja (La Rioja, Logrono)
Sport
La Vanguardia (Catalonia, Barcelona)
SUR (English)
SWEDEN

Aff”rsv”rlden (Stockholm)
Aftonbladet (Stockholm)
BorÂs Tidning (Vastra Gotaland, Boras)
Dagens Nyheter (Stockholm)
Expressen (Stockholm)
G*teborgs-Posten (G*teborg)
Hallands Nyheter
Nerikes Allehande
Hallandspostenr
Norrbottens-Kuriren (Norrbotten, Lulea)
Norrkopings Tidningar
Ostersund Posten
÷stg*ta Correnspondenten (Ostergotland, Linkoping)
Svenska Dagbladet (Stockholm)
Sydsvenska Dagbladet (Malm*)
V”sterbottens-Kuriren (Vasterbotten, Umea)
Vestmanlands L”ns Tidning (V”stmanland)
SWITZERLAND

Basler Zeitung (Basel-Stadt, Basel)
Berner Zeitung (Bern)
Bote der Urschweiz (Central Switzerland)
Der Bund (Bern)
Corriere del Ticino (Ticino, Lugano)
Der Landbote (Zurich, Winterthur)
Freiburger Nachrichten (Freiburger)
La LibertÈ
Le Matin (Vaud, Lausanne)
Neue Zurcher Zeitung
Schaffhauser Nachrichten
St. Galler Tagblatt (St. Gallen)
Die S¸dostschweiz (Graubunden, Chur)
Tages-Anzeiger (Zurich)
Tribune de Geneve (Geneva)
Webdo (Lausanne)
WochenZeitung
Zisch (Luzern, Central Switzerland)
Zurcher Unterlander (Zurich, Dielsdorf)
TURKEY

Aksam (Istanbul)
Cumhuriyet Gazetesi (Istanbul)
D¸nya (Istanbul)
Fanatik (Istanbul)
G¸nes (Istanbul)
Hurriyet Gazetesi (Istanbul)
Milli Gazete (Istanbul)
Milliyet Gazetesi (Istanbul)
Ozgur Politika (Istanbul)
Radikal (Istanbul)
Sabah (Istanbul)
Star (Istanbul)
T¸rkiye
Yeni Asya
Yeni Mesaj
Yeni Safak (Istanbul)
Zaman
UKRAINE

The Day (Kiev)
Facty i Kommentarii (Kiev)
Postup (Lviv)
Segodnya (Kiev)
UNITED KINGDOM

Index - UK Newspapers
Bristol Evening Post (Bristol)
Cambridge Evening News (Cambridge)
Coventry Evening Telegraph (Coventry)
Daily Record (Glasgow)
The Daily Telegraph (London)
Derbyshire Evening Telegraph (Derby)
Evening Argus (Brighton)
Evening Chronicle (Newcastle)
Evening Standard (London)
Evening Telegraph
Evening Times (Glasgow)
Express & Star (Wolverhampton)
Financial Times (London)
Financial Times (U.S. mirror site) (London)
Go2 Birmingham (Grimsby)
Grimsby Evening Telegraph (Birmingham)
Guardian, The (London)
The Herald (Glasgow)
Huddersfield Daily Examiner (Huddersfield)
Hull Daily Mail (Hull)
Independent, The (London)
Jersey Evening Post, The (Channel Islands)
The Journal (Newcastle)
Lancashire Evening Telegraph
London Evening Standard (London)
The Mirror (London)
The News (Portsmouth)
Norfolk Now (Norfolk)
Northampton Chronicle & Echo (Northampton)
The Nottingham Evening Post (Nottingham)
Observer, The (London)
Oldham Evening Chronicle, The
Sentinel Online, The
Socialist Worker (London)
South Wales Argus (Newport)
South Wales Evening Post
South West News
The Sun (London)
Sunday Mall (Glasgow)
Sunderland Echo (Sunderland)
Telegraph, The (London)
This is Local London (London)
The Times and Sunday Times (London)
The Sunday Times (London)
West Sussex Observer (Chichester)
Western Mail, The (Cardiff)
Yorkshire Evening Post (Leeds)
YUGOSLAVIA

Blic Online (Begrade)
Borba (Begrade)
Dnevnik (Vojvodina)
Politika (Belgrade)
Vecernje Novosti (Belgrade)
Vijesti (Montenegro)
BAHRAIN

Bahrain Tribune (English)
Gulf Daily News (English)
EGYPT

Middle East Times (English)
IRAN

Islamic Republic News Agency (IRNA) (English)
Tehran Times (English)
IRAQ

Iraqi Net (Some English)
ISRAEL

Globes (Jerusalem)
Ha'aretz - Israel Online (Jerusalem)
Jerusalem Post (Jerusalem) (English)
YnetNews (Tel Aviv) (English)
KUWAIT

Al-Qabas Newspaper
Arab Times (English)
Kuwait Times (English)
LEBANON

Al Anwar
An Nahar
Daily Star (English)
PALESTINE

Al-Ayyam
Al-Hayat Al-Jadedah
Al-Quds
Assabeel Weekly
Palestine News Agency - WAFA (English)
QATAR

Gulf Times (Qatar) (English)
SAUDI ARABIA

Al-Jazirah
Al-Riyadh
Arab News (English)
Asharq Al-Awsat
SYRIA

Syria Times (English)
Al Itihad Newspaper
Gulf News (English)
Khaleej Times Online (English)
MIDDLE EAST NEWSPAPERS
AHRAIN

Bahrain Tribune (English)
Gulf Daily News (English)
EGYPT

Middle East Times (English)
IRAN

Republic News Agency (IRNA) (English)
Tehran Times (English)
IRAQ

Iraqi Net (Some English)
ISRAEL

Globes (Jerusalem)
Ha'aretz - Israel Online (Jerusalem)
Jerusalem Post (Jerusalem) (English)
YnetNews (Tel Aviv) (English)
KUWAIT

Al-Qabas Newspaper
Arab Times (English)
Kuwait Times (English)
LEBANON

Al Anwar
An Nahar
Daily Star (English)
PALESTINE

Al-Ayyam
Al-Hayat Al-Jadedah
Al-Quds
Assabeel Weekly
Palestine News Agency - WAFA (English)
QUATAR

Gulf Times (Qatar) (English)
SAUDI ARABIA

Al-Jazirah
Al-Riyadh
Arab News (English)
Asharq Al-Awsat
SYRIA

Syria Times (English)
UNITED ARAB EMIRATES

Al Itihad Newspaper
Gulf News (English)
Khaleej Times Online (English)
AFRICAN NEWSPAPERS
ALGERIA

El Moudjahid
Le Quotidien d'Oran
El Watan
BENIN
EGYPT

Ahram Daily
Ahram Weekly
Egyptian Gazette
Al Shaab
ETHIOPIA

Addis Tribune (Addis Ababa)
Fiameta Ethiopia
GHANA

Daily Graphic
The Ghanaian Chronicle
GUINEA

Le Lynx
IVORY COAST

Fraternite Matin
KENYA

Daily Nation, The
East African, The
East African Standard
LIBERIA

New Democrat
MADAGASCAR

Madagascar Tribune
MAURITIUS

l'Express
Le Mauricien
MOROCCO

La Vie Economique
NAMIBIA

The Namibian
NIGERIA

Guardian, The
This Day
Vanguard

REUNION ISLAND
Le Journal de I'lle
SOUTH AFRICA

Business Day
Cape Argus
Cape Times
City Press
Daily News
Independent Online
Mail & Guardian, The
Mercury, The
Post
Pretoria News
Star, The
Sunday Times, The
Witness, The
TANZANIA

Arusha Times, The
Express, The
TUNISIA

La Presse de Tunisie
UGANDA

Monitor, The
New Vision, The
ZAMBIA

Post, The
Times of Zambia, The
Zambia Daily Mail
ZIMBABWE
Daily News, The
Zimbabwe Independent, The
CHINA NEWSPAPERS

http://www.xinhua.org/ Xinhua News Agency
http://www.bjyouth.com.cn/ Beijing Youth Daily
http://chinadaily.com.cn.net/cndy/cd_cate1.html China Daily
http://www.cnd.org:80/ China News Digest
http://www.GD-HK.deYin.com/ Guangdong-Hong Kong Information Daily
http://www.guangmingdaily.com.cn/ Guangming Daily
http://www.asia1.com.sg/gzbao/ Guangzhou Daily
http://www.jfdaily.com.cn/ Jeifang Daily
http://www.nanfangdaily.com.cn/ Nanfang Daily
http://big5.peopledaily.com.cn/ People's Daily
http://www.whb.online.sh.cn/ Wen Hui Daily
http://www.xmwb.sh.cn/ Xinmin Evening News
http://www.ycwb.com.cn/ Yangcheng Evening News
HONG KONG NEWSPAPERS

http://www.appledaily.com.hk/ Apple Dailyhttp://www.asiatimes.com/
Asia Timeshttp://www.enmpc.org.hk/express/ Express
Newshttp://www.hkcd.com.hk/ Commercial
Dailyhttp://www.hkstandard.com/
Standardhttp://www.hknet.com/mingpao Ming
Paohttp://www.singtao.com/ Singtao Dailyhttp://www.scmp.com/ South
China Morning Posthttp://www.takungpao.com.hk/ Ta Kung Pao INDIA
NEWSPAPERS
http://www.afternoondc.com/ Afternoon Despatch &
Courierhttp://www.andrhatoday.com/ Andrha
Todayhttp://www.aptime.com/ Andrha Padesh
Timeshttp://133.86.104.22/calonline/news/newsmain.html Calcutta
Dailyhttp://www.jagran.com/ Dainik Jagran
http://www.deccan.com/ Deccan Chroniclehttp://www.deccanherald.com/
Deccan Heraldhttp://www.economictimes.com/ Economic
Timeshttp://www.webpage.com/hindu
Hinduhttp://www.hindustantimes.com/ Hindustan
Timeshttp://dgmc.sikhnet.org/hukam/today.html
Hukamnamahttp://www.expressindia.com/ Indian Express
Grouphttp://www.helloindia.com/ India
Todayhttp://www.indiaworld.co.in/
IndiaWorldhttp://www.keral.com/daily.htm Kerala Daily
Newshttp://www.kumadam.com/ Kumadamhttp://www.mpchronicle.com/
Madhya Pradesh
Chroniclehttp://www.indiaventures.com/maharashtraherald Maharashtra
Heraldhttp://www.naidunia.com/
Naiduniahttp://www.newsindia-times.com/ News
India-Timeshttp://www.sanjevani.com/Sanjevani
http://www.thestatesman.org/
Statesmanhttp://www.npiww.com/gib/telegraph/
Telegraphhttp://www.indiadirect.com/thinaboomi/today/index.html
Thina Boomihttp://www.timesofindia.com/ Times of India JAPAN
NEWSPAPERS
http://www.asahi.com/ Asahi Shimbunhttp://www.eal.or.jp/CW/ Chubu
Weeklyhttp://www.chunichi.co.jp/ Chunichi
Shimbun)http://oroppas.sec.or.jp/News/NEWS.HTML Hokkaido
Shimbunhttp://www.eal.or.jp/BNN/ Daily News
Nagoyahttp://www.hokkoku.co.jp/ Hokkoku
Shimbunhttp://www.japantimes.co.jp/ Japan
Timeshttp://www.meshnet.or.jp/ibn/Kobeshimbun/index-j.htmlKobe
Shimbun
http://www.kyoto-np.co.jp/ Kyoto Shimbunhttp://www.mainichi.co.jp/
Mainichi Shimbunhttp://www.nikkei.co.jp/ Nihon Keizai
Shimbunhttp://www.nikkei.co.jp/enewsNikkeiNet
http://www.coara.or.jp/coara/ns-press/nishinippon.htmlNishinippon
Shimbun
http://www.okinawatimes.co.jp/index-e.htmlOkinawa Times
http://www.osakanews.com/index-e.htmlOsaka Shimbun
http://www.twics.com/~stripes/home.htmlPacific Stars & Stripes
http://www.iijnet.or.jp/sankei/shinbun/sinbunhome.htmlSankei Shinbun
http://www1.meshnet.or.jp/sanyo-np/Sanyo Shimbun
http://www.iijnet.or.jp/sekai/Sekainippo
http://jamjam.mainichi.co.jp/suponichi/Sports Nippon
http://www.toyama.hokkoku.co.jp/Toyama Shimbun
file:// www.weeklypost.com? http:Weekly Post
http://www.sannichi-ybs.co.jp/News/miljan.htmlYamanashi Nichinichi
http://www.yomiuri.co.jp/Yomiuri Shimbun
http://www.zakzak.co.jp/YukanFuji
SINGAPORE NEWSPAPERS

http://www.abn-online.com/abn/Asia Business News
http://web3.asia1.com.sg/cyBerita/Berita Harian
http://www.asia1.com.sg/biztimes/Business Times
http://www.asia1.com.sg/zaobao/zaobao.htmlLianhe Zaobao
http://web3.asia1.com.sg/tnp/New Paper
http://web1.asia1.com.sg/ntuc/newsNTUC News
http://www.asia1.com.sg/shippingtimes/shiphome.htmlShipping Times
http://www.asia1.com.sg/straitstimes/Straits Times
TAIWAN NEWSPAPERS
http://www.chinatimes.com.tw/China Times
http://tp.globalnet.com.tw/~uen/Lianhe Wanbao
http://www.sinanet/minsheng/Min Sheng
http://www.wlbd.com/twnews/tnews.htmTaiwan Economic Daily News
http://sinanet.com/bay/news/intro.htmlTaiwan News
http://www.taiwanese.com/business/tt/Taiwan Tribune
http://www.taiwan-roc.com/cna/Huaxun
ISRAEL NEWSPAPERS

http://www.al-ayyam.com/Ayyam
http://www.globes.co.il/Globes
http://www.haaretz.co.il/Ha'aretz
http://www.jpost.co.il/Jerusalem Post
http://www.alquds.com/Quds






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