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When are we dead?

last wednesday evening (24th september), 7.32-8.00pm, on bbc world service radio (freeview channel 710 or 107)
when are we dead?: the entire programme is about israeli law and practice, including the law of the dying patient (episode 5 of 6 in the the truth about life and death series) 328 more words

The Death of Ariel Sharon

After eight years spent in a coma at the Tel Hashomer Hospital near Tel Aviv, former Israeli prime minister and defense minister Ariel Sharon died on 11 January 2014. 222 more words

Highlights From The Journal

Complot? Nieuwe 'ontwikkelingen' voor wat betreft het verhaal rond de MH17.

( door één van onze lezers )

- Zoals beloofd schrijf ik je ivm nieuwe “ontwikkelingen” voor wat betreft het verhaal rond de MH17. Het volgende wordt wel al vermeld op diverse websites, maar allemaal heel kort en bondig en zonder details te leveren van hoe de structuur van de bedrijven en de connecties in elkaar steken. 977 more words


Zionist Atrocities Against America

“Every time we do something you tell me America will do this and will do that…I want to tell you something very clear: Don’t worry about American pressure on Israel.

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Sabra & Shatila, 1982 – never again

The world watched in horror as the story of the inhuman massacres in the refugee camps of Sabra and Shatila in Lebanon first emerged in September, 1982 | An entire generation of the Palestinian people has grown up in their shadow | The general at the centre of this butchery is today the prime minister of Israel – Ariel Sharon | The scale of the infamy has changed, but not the methods, the perpetrators or their allies | The past is always present… 3,854 more words


Gaza al descubierto

Por Francesc Sánchez / El inconformista digital

Durante la última guerra de los israelíes contra los palestinos se ha puesto en evidencia una vez más que las víctimas civiles palestinas se han llevado la peor parte, hasta el punto de poderse deducir que éstas se han convertido en el objetivo. 1,426 more words