Monday, 21 May 2018

We're Going Home - That Is 100% for sure


Would You / Could You Live this way?


Don't Be On The Wrong Side Of History

If The Hasbara try to tell you that Palestinians flew kites with firebombs on them - Show them this

Gaza “is now a segregated, debilitated, and subjugated part of Israel...

The myth of the Gaza 'border'

The Green Line disguises the fact that Palestinians in Gaza are no longer being oppressed outside the Israeli state, but are being caged and brutalized inside it. 
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6,500 Palestinians to spend Ramadan behind Israeli bars

Head of the Palestinian Detainees and Ex-Detainees Affairs Commission Isa Qaraqe on Wednesday said that about 6,500 Palestinians will spend the month of Ramadan in Israeli jails including 350 children, 62 female prisoners, 8 of whom are minors, 500 administrative detainees and 48 prisoners who have spent over 20 years in prison.
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The United Nations General Assembly adopts resolution 194 (III)




The United Nations General Assembly adopts resolution 194 (III), resolving that “refugees wishing to return to their homes and live at peace with their neighbours should be permitted to do so at the earliest practicable date, and that compensation should be paid for the property of those choosing not to return and for loss of or damage to property which, under principles of international law or equity, should be made good by the Governments or authorities responsible.” 

The Al Nakba Map Shows Land stolen From Palestinians


Killing Gaza



WASHINGTON, D.C.—Israel’s blockade of Gaza—where trapped Palestinians for the past seven weeks have held nonviolent protests along the border fence with Israel, resulting in scores of dead and some 6,000 wounded by Israeli troops—is one of the world’s worst humanitarian disasters. Yet the horror that is Gaza, where 2 million people live under an Israeli siege without adequate food, housing, work, water and electricity, where the Israeli military routinely uses indiscriminate and disproportionate violence to wound and murder, and where almost no one can escape, is rarely documented. Max Blumenthal and Dan Cohen’s powerful new film, “Killing Gaza,” offers an unflinching and moving portrait of a people largely abandoned by the outside world, struggling to endure.

“Killing Gaza” will be released Tuesday, to coincide with what Palestinians call Nakba Day—“nakba” means catastrophe in Arabic—commemorating the 70th anniversary of the forced removal of some 750,000 Palestinians in 1948 by the Haganah, Jewish paramilitary forces, from their homes in modern-day Israel. The release of the documentary also coincides with the Trump administration’s opening of the new U.S. Embassy in Jerusalem.

● Starting Tuesday, May 15, “Killing Gaza” can be seen at Vimeo On Demand.


Noam Chomsky - The Jewish Lobby