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Has Israel ever attacked US? Not just once, but this is probably the oldest known one.

The day Israel attacked America

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… and a few cases of unnoticed infatuations:
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By Angie Tibbs

15 November 2009

British writer and photographer Stuart Littlewood talks to Angie Tibbs about his experience of Israel’s occupation in Gaza and the West Bank, and comments on how British and American collusion, under the auspices of the Jewish lobby, is helping to sustain the world’s most lawless, brutal and unjust occupation regime.

“Lawlessness must have painful consequences for the lawless, not their victims.” (Stuart Littlewood)

Stuart Littlewood is one of the most consistent and passionate writers on the continuing Israeli occupation of Palestine. His book, Radio Free Palestine, and his frequent articles, focus readers on the plight of the Palestinian people, on the occupiers who are responsible, and on the governments who support Israel’s slow-motion genocide and theft of an indigenous people’s homeland, culture and history. I spoke with him recently.

[Angie Tibbs] Has your active support for the Palestinian people always been a part of who you are or was there a defining moment which caused you to speak out?

[Stuart Littlewood] I’m new to this game. The Palestinians’ struggle for justice isn’t taught in school here and our politicians are afraid to discuss it, so the British people are kept in ignorance. (devamını oku…)

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israeli-blindnessGilad Atzmon – Living on Borrowed Time in a Stolen Land

By Gilad Atzmon • Jan 3rd, 2009 at 17:28 • Category: Analysis, Education, Gilad Atzmon, Gilad’s Choice, Israel, Newswire, Opinions and Letters, Our Authors, Palestine, Religion, Resistance, War, Zionism

Communicating with Israelis may leave one bewildered. Even now when the Israeli Air Force is practicing murder in broad daylight of hundreds of civilians, elderly persons, women and children, the Israeli people manage to convince themselves that they are the real victims in this violent saga.

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Israil’in Lübnan katliamı üzerine yaptığım vicdani çağrı, yeniden.

“Karanlığı lanetlemek yerine bir mum yak” Konfuçius

Ağustos 3, 2006
Israil’i boykot, mazlumlar icin yapilabilecekler

Asagidaki Israil’i Boykot cagrisi Londra merkezli IHRC (Islami Insan Haklari Komisyonu) tarafindan yapiliyor, diger bircok Islami kurulusla beraber. Mazlumlar icin yapabileceklerimzin her biri fedaklarlik gerektirmiyor. Sadece aldigimiz mali secerken dikkatli olmak dahi “gordugumuz kotulugu elimizle, dilimizle duzeltme” yolunda bir adimdir. Benim bildigim iki uc militan siyonistler kontrolundeki firma ismi: Starbucks, Marks & Spencer, Paul & Shark, Nestle (Nescafe, Nestea..), Revlon, Estee Lauder. Daha uzun liste icin:
Support the Boycott Israel Campaign31 July 2006Make sure you are not buying from Israeli companies or those that invest in or support Israel. (devamını oku…)

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By Ronnie Kasrils, The Electronic Intifada, 8 April 2008

As a 10-year-old growing up in Johannesburg, I celebrated
Israel’s birth, 60 years ago. I unquestionably accepted
the dramatic accounts of so-called self-defensive actions
against Arab violence, to secure the Jewish state. The
type of indoctrination South African cartoonist Zapiro so
bitingly exposes in his work, raising the hackles of
scribes such as David Saks of the South African Jewish
Board of Deputies. When I became involved in our
liberation struggle, I became aware of the similarities
with the Palestinian cause in the dispossession of land
and birthright by expansionist settler occupation. I came
to see that the racial and colonial character of the two
conflicts provided greater comparisons than with any other
struggle. When Nelson Mandela stated that we know as South
Africans “that our freedom is incomplete without the
freedom of the Palestinians,” [1] he was not simply
talking to our Muslim community, who can be expected to
directly empathize, but to all South Africans precisely
because of our experience of racial and colonial
subjugation, and because we well understand the value of
international solidarity.
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Filistin’den haber veren, dost, dusman, guvenilir, guvenilmez pek cok haber kaynagi var. The Palestinian Information Center (PIC) ve Turkce versiyonu Filistin Enformasyon Merkezi bu kaynaklardan en guvenilir olanlarindan. Filistin’in secilmis hukumeti ve halkinin sesini objektif olarak dunyaya duyuran bu haber kanali tavsiye olunur. Yan tarafta Ingilizce ve Turkce linklerde de bulunur.
Bu Haber’de ordan alinti:

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080226-jcook-oct2000.jpgJonathan Cook, The Electronic Intifada, 26 February 2008

Families of those killed in October 2000 protest in West Jerusalem following the release of the Mazuz report, January 2008. (Adalah)

On 2 October 2000, as the Israeli army was beginning its ruthless crackdown on the second intifada in the occupied territories, 17-year-old Aseel Asleh joined tens of thousands of other Palestinian citizens across Israel in taking to the streets in protest and in a show of solidarity with their kin across the Green Line.

A firm believer in nonviolence, Asleh wore a T-shirt emblazoned with the logo of a prominent Jewish and Arab coexistence group, Seeds of Peace, as he marched alongside family, friends and neighbors through his town of Arrabeh in northern Israel.

Within hours Asleh was dead, face down in an olive grove. A bullet, fired from a police gun at point-blank range, had severed an artery near the back of his neck in what looked suspiciously like an execution. Earlier he had been seen fleeing through the grove, chased by a police squad breaking up the demonstration. (devamını oku…)

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Laurie King-Irani, The Electronic Intifada, 4 February 2008

The road to the White House goes through Jerusalem: Then Israeli prime minister Ariel Sharon meets with US Senator Hillary Clinton in Jerusalem, November 2005. (Inbal Rose/MaanImages)

Although I am now officially middle-aged, only once have I felt the excitement of waking up to the joyous news that my candidate won the US presidential elections. That was way back in 1992 when Bill Clinton was first elected.

I was living in Nazareth, conducting my dissertation research. When I found out Clinton had been elected, I let out a whoop of joy and believed that a new era of sanity, justice and decency had dawned.
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