from guardian: Iran, Syria, North Korea and more than 100 other nations are pushing to broaden the world's definition of 'terrorism' to include the U.S. occupation of Iraq and the Israeli invasion of Lebanon.
Converging on Fidel Castro's communist Cuba for a summit this week, members of the Nonaligned Movement complain of a double standard: powerful nations like the United States and Israel decide for the world who the terrorists are, but face no punishment for their own acts of aggression.
A draft of the group's joint declaration condemns "terrorism in all its forms," especially violence that targets civilians.
Terrorism should not be associated with any religion or nationality, says the draft. It singles out a favored phrase of President Bush in declaring that member countries "totally reject the use of the term 'axis of evil' by a certain state to target other states under the pretext of combating terrorism."