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The Guardian Appoints Anti-Israel Propagandist as Editor-in-Chief

ALGEMEINER
by Adam Levick
March 23, 2015

On Friday the Guardian announced that Katharine Viner, deputy editor of the Guardian and editor-in-chief of Guardian US… 104 more words

Israel & Middle East

". . . Happy is he with an iron roof above his head. . . " (Zakaria Mohammed)

from PALESTINE NEWS AND INFORMATION AGENCY – WAFA
ISRAELI FORCES DEMOLISH WATER CISTERN, UPROOT OLIVE TREES IN JENIN, HEBRON VILLAGES
Jenin
March 24, 2015 (WAFA) 728 more words

Palestinian Poets

Recent anniversary: Rachel Corrie (1979-2003), useful tool... useful idiot...

A few days ago the anniversary of the accidental killing in 2003 of Rachel Corrie by IDF ‘sappers’ in Gaza was marked by the usual peak in posts on social media networks by folks who actually seem to care about Corrie – useful tool of the pro-Palestinian propaganda machinery. 663 more words

Israel

Valiant Effort

President Obama “acknowledged” for the first time that he attempted last summer to rescue Kayla Mueller, a hostage of the Islamic State (ISIS) in Iraq and Syria who was… 1,143 more words

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Who Was Kayla Mueller?

ARUTZ SHEVA
by Lee Kaplan
February 11, 2015

Sadly, she was allegedly killed by the Jordanian air raid attacks according to ISIS who held her hostage, although the United States says there is no evidence to that effect. 139 more words

Israel & Middle East

International Solidarity Movement honors Kayla Mueller

International Solidarity Movement | February 9, 2015

Occupied Palestine – Kayla Mueller volunteered with the International Solidarity Movement from August to September of 2010.

On 4 August 2013 Kayla, 26, originally from Prescott, Arizona, was working with Syrian refugees when she was kidnapped after leaving a Spanish Doctors Without Borders hospital in Aleppo.

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Ethnic Cleansing, Racism, Zionism

Parla Patrick Corsi, l'italiano ferito in Cisgiordania da soldati israeliani: "Sono vivo per miracolo"

Vivo per miracolo: un italiano in Cisgiordania è stato colpito da un proiettile che si è fermato tra cuore e polmone. Si tratta di Patrick Corsi, 30 anni, dell’organizzazione International solidarity movement. 33 more words