- Posted November 19, 2012 by
NYC, New York
This iReport is part of an assignment:
Israel-Gaza conflict: Your stories
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Ian Williams view on the current Gaza Skirmish for SyndicatedNews.NET
Born in Liverpool and now a resident New Yorker, Ian Williams has written for publications around the world, ranging from the Australian to The Independent, from the New York Observer, The Village Voice, The Financial Times and now he's joined us here at SyndicatedNews.NET.
He is the UN correspondent for The Tribune, and senior analyst for Foreign Policy in Focus. He has pundited on BBC, CNN, MSNBC, FOX, CBC and innumerable radio stations, for example appearing on Hard Ball, The O'Reilly Factor, and Wolf Blitzer.
Online he writes for Salon, AlterNet and MaximsNews, among many others. He appears in Comment is Free on Guardian Unlimited and will join us here on SyndicatedNews.NET's BlogTalk every week. He is now a member of SyndicatedNews.NET.
Tonight he not only joins SyndicatedNews.NET, but discusses Benghazi, the Gaza War, Netenyahu's involvement and responsibility, Pres. Obama's invovement and responsibility and he gives us an in depth view to the War in Gaza & solutions.
We compare Hillary Clinton to the current Dr. Rice and talk about whether or not middle eastern men in power actually take political (American) women seriously. We talk about ObamaCare, getting insurance companies out of health care, the effectiveness of Dr. Rice, back room deals. We even talk about who flipped the bird and to whom, at the United Nations, political jealousies and vengeance and extramarital affairs! What a conversation!
As a United Nations Correspondent, Ian Williams rubs elbows with world leaders on a daily basis. His U.N. front row seat gives him a birds-eye-view of world power, politics and the players. Ian has joined SyndicatedNews.NET.
Accompanying musicJULES THEME by John McEuen, CEO at SyndicatedNews.NET