Julian Assange has put himself on the line to expose government deceit and treachery. Of course, it is not all deceit and treachery, but it is all interesting. Well, mostly interesting anyway. Still, Assange should be respected for his views and for the lenghts he will go to defend his principles. Since this is an Israeli media outlet, let me take the opportunity to give a thumbs up to Mordechai Vanunu and Anat Kamm, two of my personnel heros.
Red Cross delivers aid to Taiz, Yemen, for first time since August (Reuters)
from the article: Russia official: WikiLeaks founder should get Nobel Prize
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