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Little has changed in Gaza since peace activist Rachel Corrie was crushed beneath an Israeli bulldozer 15 years ago

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 American peace activist Rachel Corrie tries to stop an Israeli bulldozer from destroying Palestinian homes on March 16, 2003, in a refugee camp in the Gaza Strip. 1,440 more words


Gaza: The cry from the wilderness

By Ameen Izzadeen
Award winning filmmaker Michael Moore of Fahrenheit 911 fame once advised the Palestinians to give up violence and adopt non-violence as a means of protests. 1,159 more words

Political Analysis

In Solidarity with Palestine: Occupation Unacceptable, Palestine is destined to Liberation

 Zeinab Daher

14-03-2018 | 15:45

The Global Campaign to Return to Palestine held its fourth annual convention in the Lebanese capital city of Beirut, entitled the Fourth Global Convention for Solidarity with Palestine: Entire al-Quds the Capital of Entire Palestine.
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Parallel Worlds: Gaza and Israel

Originally published December 29. 2017 in

Parallel Worlds: Gaza and Israel

by Stanley L. Cohen

History is inexplicable.  It has a way of seizing the chosen few to deliver a commanding message that transcends the tapered, often rote, confines of time, place and journey. 3,289 more words


“We are all born and someday we’ll all die. Most likely to some degree alone.What if our aloneness isn’t a tragedy? What if our aloneness is what allows us to speak the truth without being afraid? 130 more words

Who We Speak For | My Name Is Rachel Corrie (Young Vic)

“Privilege shelters us from the consequences of our actions.”

I normally make a concerted effort not to talk about Israel and Palestine, but an experience this afternoon left me more than a little frustrated. 1,062 more words


★★★★ "Erin Doherty emerges as one of the year's great discoveries" | My Name is Rachel Corrie reviews

The reviews are rolling in for My Name is Rachel Corrie, directed by JMK Award winner Josh Roche and starring Erin Doherty as Rachel Corrie. 233 more words