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Nov 08 16:09

Massive denial of service attack after posting U.K. privacy breach article

Our website, Redress Information & Analysis was subjected to a massive denial of service attack after posting an article about the mysterious privacy breach at the U.K. Labour Party (https://www.redressonline.com/2021/11/major-privacy-breach-rattles-uk-...)

The site is still partially down but we’ve managed to restore some of its pages slowly, including the above article. Work by our technical team is continuing.

WHAT HAS U.K. LABOUR PARTY LEADER KEIR STARMER AND HIS ZIONIST CRONIES GOT TO HIDE?

Nov 19 19:46

Scribd.com yields to Israeli pressure over war crimes suspects list

Scribd.com has yielded to pressure from the Israeli army's press unit and deleted the Scribd account of Redress Information & Analysis (http://www.redress.cc), following our posting of a list of Israeli military personnel suspected of war crimes in Gaza during Operation Cast Lead in 2008/09.

Please write to Scribd and tell them what I bunch of craven cowards they are. Their email address is [email protected]

They did not even have the courtesy of asking us to remove our other files first.

Dec 01 16:22

UK's Jewish Chronicle tries to bully webmasters over Aaronovich article

The Jewish Chronicle, the mouthpiece of Britain's Jews and a supporter of the State of Israel, seems to have become unhinged by an article published by Gilad Atzmon in which he viewed how Israel propagandist David Aaronovitch is whipping up British public opinion against Iran in a manner that is reminiscent of his role in advocating war on Iraq.

Gilad's article was first published on his own website (http://tinyurl.com/ybzt2yu) and subsequently republished by a number of other websites, including whatreallyhappened.com (http://tinyurl.com/yzg6xvk).

David Aaronovich is listed by the Israel Hasbara Committee as one of its authors (http://www.infoisrael.net/authors.html). He also writes for the Jewish Chronicle and the London Times.

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