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The Ignored Rickman | Political Film Blog

With facile remembrances making the rounds today it may not be obvious to casual audience members what Alan Rickman has done yet has been edited out from the corporate media’s vulture feast. 140 more words


Alan Rickman -- Art and Politics and Wine

So little time with Alan Rickman when he was here for Bottle Shock in 2008 (interview here). I did, though, get in a question that mixed two things about which he was passionate, though — art and politics as evinced in a production of “My Name Is Rachel Corrie,” which he had directed and co-written. 105 more words


“We should be inspired by people … who show that human beings can be … strong—even in the most difficult circumstances.” -Rachel Corrie


Pursuing Justice: Legal Perspectives on Palestine and Rachel Corrie

Features a talk by Hussein Abu Hussein, the attorney who represented the Corrie family in the Israeli court system. In February of this year, the Israeli Supreme Court… 81 more words

Israeli Occupation

Invasion of the Body Snatchers: Israel’s Refusal to Turn Over the Bodies of Palestinian Dead

Posted on November 4, 2015

A Palestinian father waits for the body of his 13-year-old son, Abdelrahman Obeidallah, the day after he was killed by Israeli forces. 430 more words


Palestine - Rachel Corrie

Palestine and Rachel Corrie, neither are forgotten.

“She died for Palestine”
Like all things pure and precious
Like holy bread and wine
I love the radiant Rachel… 223 more words


Karl Vick, Hamas apologist

We’ve studied a few examples of Time correspondent Karl Vick‘s useful stoogery on behalf of the Castro regime as well as of sundry nefarious, primitive, and belligerent entities in the Middle East. 588 more words