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THE DAY ISRAELI TERRORISM STOLE MY LIFE

Omar Khader (center) with his brothers and cousin. Musab (left).

by Omar Khader

I was born in Gaza, Palestine. My whole life I have lived under illegal military occupation. 1,307 more words

Palestine

Immunity and impunity: Britain protects Tzipi Livni once again

Once again, Israeli opposition politician and war crimes suspect Tzipi Livni has been granted diplomatic immunity by the British government for a private visit to London. 770 more words

Articles

I’m Jewish, and I want people to boycott Israel

I’m Jewish, and I want people to boycott Israel

Israel must be held accountable for its human rights abuses.

By Rebecca Vilkomerson. PostEverything. June 24, 2016… 718 more words

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Voltaire Network: Saudi Arabia Building Embassy in Tel Aviv

Voltaire Network

Created on Monday, 30 May 2016 22:12 |

PARIS, (ST)-In preparation for bringing the Saudi-Israeli secret relations to light, Saudi Arabia has begun the construction of a huge embassy in “Israel”, probably the most important in Tel-Aviv, according to Voltaire Network. 354 more words

USA

Norman Finkelstein on David Cameron's Dodgy 'Friends'

British Prime Minister David Cameron has long professed himself a ‘passionate friend of Israel’.  He is also a passionate supporter of the Conservative Friends of Israel… 1,037 more words

Gaza

Norman Finkelstein on Bernie, Palestine and Politics

The great Norman Finkelstein has been interviewed on Bernie, Palestine and Politics.

Among other things, he talks about how Israel has successfully defanged human rights NGO coverage of Israeli crimes: most human rights organisations sat out Operation Protective Edge (2014), while Amnesty reverted to its pre-1987 apologetics. 818 more words

Operation Protective Edge

Inaccurate synopsis to BBC report amended

As was documented here a few days ago, the synopsis to a filmed report which appeared on the BBC News website’s Middle East page on April 15th inaccurately described its subject matter as follows: 63 more words

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