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GAZA: PRISONER VISITATION

Anyone in prison needs a visitor.  I spent eight days in late April, 2012, inside the world’s “largest outdoor prison.” Gaza — the ancient meaning is ‘ 389 more words

Social Justice

Palestinian Trail Of Tears.

Posted on July 24, 2014

by Jerry Alatalo

Alison Weir was a weekly small-town newspaper editor in America in 2001 when she began researching the Israel-Palestine conflict. 1,456 more words

Earth Matters

When Will We Ever Learn?

what’s it all about?

Every summer, Canadian airwaves take the time to remind us that our country has participated in major wars of the past.  651 more words

War And Peace

Even the Peaceful Find Love’s Nonsense a Challenge

We are Asket. It has been some time since we have spoken with you. We have been watching and participating with you in the emotional roller coaster of events that you have been witnessing in your world. 1,549 more words

League Of Light

Why isn't Hamas firing missiles at Egypt for its on-going blockade of the Gaza Strip?

You don’t have to be too much of a geography nerd to notice that the Gaza Strip is not an enclave of Israel.

The Gaza Strip has a border with Egypt.  Any blockade of Israel of the Gaza Strip is not grounds to attack Israel because it can always trade across its border with Egypt. 23 more words

War And Peace

Boycott, Divest, Sanction: A Possible Two State Solution.

Posted on July 23, 2014

by Jerry Alatalo

“For what can war, but endless war still breed.”

- JOHN MILTON (1608-1674) English poet

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