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فلسطين عربية الحرب

Patrick Buchanan – “Gaza is an Israeli concentration camp.”

Uploaded by Abu Antar on Jan 8, 2009

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Buchanan verily spanks chairman Clifford May of the so-called “Foundation for the Defense of Democracies” — a neoconservative think tank.

Uploaded by journeymanpictures on Jan 31, 2011

January 2011

It’s the two-year anniversary of Operation Cast Lead and for the first time Israeli soldiers are speaking publicly about their orders. In startling interviews they claim the IDF brutally targeted civilians.

These soldiers are laying bare the true extent of Israel’s cruelty in Gaza. Yet while many expected human rights abuse, the horrific attacks on civilians they speak about was worse than anyone imagined. “It sounds really terrible to say ‘cleanse’, but those were the orders”, says tank commander Ohad. Speaking candidly of the instructions they were given before their entry into Gaza, the soldiers accuse their leaders of a ‘disproportionate’ response, which aimed to target civilians. One soldier recalls being instructed to shell every house in a neighbourhood. Officers created an environment that encouraged indiscriminate killing. Soldiers even boasted to each other about the number of civilians they had killed. Yegev remembers being told, “I heard you killed two today, great!” Whilst the IDF have asserted that their operational orders focused on ‘humanity’, the soldiers recall how their leaders would ‘psych up’ the troops to encourage unprovoked violence. “The order was very clear – if a car came within 200 metres of me I could simply shoot a shell at it”.

Uploaded by junkrat1 on Jun 25, 2011

An award winning documentary by James Miller about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. A must watch
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Uploaded by journeymanpictures on Jan 10, 2008

February 2001
One of the most densely populated places on earth, the Gaza Strip is home to over a million Palestinians – and is a virtual prison. Just 43 kilometres long and 10 kilometres wide, most of its residents are refugees who’ve lived in camps since 1948. Since the Palestinian uprising – the second Intifada – began in September 2000, none of Gaza’s 40,000 day labourers have been able to cross the border to Israel. The checkpoint is also closed to all goods and medical supplies coming in from Israel and the West Bank. Local Gazans bear the brunt of Israel’s determination to quash the uprising. Some 135 Palestinian children under the age of 15 have been killed by Israel’s soldiers – for throwing stones at checkpoints near Israeli settlements. In this episode, Life visits Reyidh and Sabah and their children – just one refugee family trying to cope.

Uploaded by journeymanpictures on Sep 19, 2007

Caterpillar bulldozers have come to symbolise foreign involvement in Israel’s occupation. But should the company be held liable if their products are used to break international law?

Bulldozers are the iron fist of the Israeli army, used to destroy Palestinian homes, uproot orchards and build illegal settlements. But it was the death of Rachel Corrie that brought to international attention a campaign to hold the company to account. Now a law suit has been launched accusing Caterpillar of human rights violations. (Inigo Gilmore)

Uploaded by TribunalRussell on Aug 14, 2011

A 9 days study tour of Israel/Palestine with the Israeli Committee Against House Demolitions during November 2007.
Director and producer : Frank Barat.

Frank Barat is a human rights activist born in France. He lives in London, UK. He is the coordinator of the Russell Tribunal on Palestine. He has written for the Electronic Intifada, CounterPunch, Z magazine, the New Internationalist, the Palestine Chronicle, State of Nature, and other Web sites and publications.
He is the author of two documentaries :
– “Nine Days in Palestine”
– “Life under occupation”.
He also worked on few books :
– “Le champ du possible” Conversations with Noam Chomsky and Ilan Pappe by frank Barat (author) – (Aden edtions) 2008.
– “Gaza in Crisis” Reflections on Israel’s War Against the Palestinians – By Noam Chomsky and Ilan Pappe (authors) – (Haymarket Books edited by Frank Barat) 2010.
– “Corporate Complicity in Israel’s Occupation” Evidence from the London Session of the Russell Tribunal on Palestine – By Asa Winstanley, Frank Barat and Alice Walker (authors) – (Pluto Press) 2011.

Frank Barat est un militant des droits de l’homme né en France. Il vit à Londres, Royaume-Uni. Il est le coordinateur du Tribunal Russell sur la Palestine. Il a écrit pour The Electronic Intifada, CounterPunch, Z Magazine, the New Internationalist, Palestine Chronicle, State of Nature et d’autres sites Web et publications
Il est l’auteur de deux documentaires:
– “Nine Days in Palestine”
– “Life under occupation”.
Il a également travaillé sur plusieurs livres:
– “Le champ du possible” Conversations avec Noam Chomsky et Ilan Pappe par Frank Barat (auteur) – (edtions Aden) 2008.
– “Gaza in Crisis” Réflexions sur la guerre d’Israël contre les Palestiniens – de Noam Chomsky et Ilan Pappe (auteurs) – (Haymarket Books édité par Frank Barat) 2010.
– “Corporate Complicity in Israel’s Occupation” Évidence de la session de Londres du Tribunal Russell sur la Palestine – par Asa Winstanley, Frank Barat et Alice Walker (auteurs) – (Pluto Press) 2011.

Credits and copyright © : Frank Barat
Frank Barat on Vimeo :
http://vimeo.com/user4693958
Site officiel du Tribunal Russell sur la Palestine :
http://www.russelltribunalonpalestine.com                                                                        This movie is part of the collection: Community Video
http://www.archive.org/details/opensource_movies

Uploaded by theevilofthezionists on Sep 19, 2008

here is the truth behind the middle east conflict.

ask yourself: Why aren’t Americans shown these honest facts on any of the over 1,700 major media outlets?

and WHAT OTHER INFO IS BEING WITHELD?

Rachel Corrie: ‘a true hero’ was killed by the state of Israel, and by its brutal regime that practises not only ‘mass punishment’ but also ‘ethnic cleansing’. The same regime that has displaced over 4 million Palestinians, and killed many thousands. The same regime that has denied the right to self-determination to the Palestinian people.

A regime that systematically destroys the lives of innocents every single DAY.

Uploaded by imranhk786786 on Jan 30, 2009

Sirach Chapter 12
We are to be liberal to the just: and not to trust the wicked.
English (Douay-Rheims)

1 If thou do good, know to whom thou dost it, and there shall be much thanks for thy good deeds.

2 Do good to the just, and thou shalt find great recompense: and if not of him, assuredly of the Lord.

3 For there is no good for him that is always occupied in evil, and that giveth no alms: for the Highest hateth sinners, and hath mercy on the penitent.

4 Give to the merciful and uphold not the sinner: God will repay vengeance to the ungodly and to sinners, and keep them against the day of vengeance.

5 Give to the good, and receive not a sinner.

6 Do good to the humble, and give not to the ungodly: hold back thy bread, and give it not to him, lest thereby he overmaster thee.

7 For thou shalt receive twice as much evil for all the good thou shalt have done to him: for the Highest also hateth sinners, and will repay vengeance to the ungodly.

8 A friend shall not be known in prosperity, and an enemy shall not be hidden in adversity.

9 In the prosperity of a man, his enemies are grieved: and a friend is known in his adversity.

10 Never trust thy enemy for as a brass pot his wickedness rusteth:

11 Though he humble himself and go crouching, yet take good heed and beware of him.

12 Set him not by thee, neither let him sit on thy right hand, lest he turn into thy place, and seek to take thy seat and at the last thou acknowledge my words, and be pricked with my sayings.

13 Who will pity an enchanter struck by a serpent, or any that come near wild beasts? so is it with him that keepeth company with a wicked man, and is involved in his sins.

14 For an hour he will abide with thee: but if thou begin to decline, he will not endure it.

15 An enemy speaketh sweetly with his lips, but in his heart he lieth in wait, to throw thee into a pit.

16 An enemy weepeth with his eyes: but if he finds an opportunity he will not be satisfied with blood:

17 And if evils come upon thee, thou shalt find him there first.

18 An enemy hath tears in his eyes, and while he pretendeth to help thee, will undermine thy feet.

19 He will shake his head, and clap his hands, and whisper much, and change his countenance.

Sirach Chapter 13
Cautions in the choice of company.
English (Douay-Rheims)

1 He that toucheth pitch, shall be defiled with it: and he that hath fellowship with the proud, shall put on pride.

2 He shall take a burden upon him that hath fellowship with one more honourable than himself. And have no fellowship with one that is richer than thyself.

3 What agreement shall the earthen pot have with the kettle? for if they knock one against the other, it shall be broken.

4 The rich man hath done wrong, and yet he will fume: but the poor is wronged and must hold his peace.

5 If thou give, he will make use of thee: and if thou have nothing, he will forsake thee.

6 If thou have anything, he will live with thee, and will make thee bare, and he will not be sorry for thee.

7 If he has need of thee he will deceive thee, and smiling upon thee will put thee in hope; he will speak thee fair, and will say: What wantest thou?

8 And he will shame thee by his meats, till he has drawn thee dry twice or thrice, and at last he will laugh at thee: and afterward when he seeth thee, he will forsake thee, and shake his head at thee.

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Michael Jackson has become a Muslim.

The singer changed his name to Mikaeel in a ceremony at a friend’s Los Angeles home just days before he is due in court.

The cash-strapped star – who was raised as a Jehovah’s Witness – was convinced to turn to Islam by producer Phillip Bubal and songwriter David Wharnsby.

FREE GAZA DEMO-London-26/01/08-In support of relief convoy

Uploaded by duffer2205 on Jan 27, 2008

“GAZA: LIFT THE BLOCKADE” – The Relief Convoy on its way

The initiative for the large action that took place today (26.1.08) started when the well-know psychiatrist, Dr. Eyad al-Sarraj, the human-rights activist from Gaza, met in the Gush Shalom office with a small group of Israeli peace activists, in order to tell them about the desperate situation in the strip. It was decided on the spot to organize in Israel a relief convoy for the Gaza Strip people, and to fight by all political and juridical means for the right to get it in. It was agreed that two parallel protest rallies would be held simultaneously on the two sides of the wall.

26 Israeli peace groups joined the initiative, under the single slogan: “Gaza: Lift the siege!” Many activists from different organizations worked day and night. Gush Shalom prepared a special poster and started a fund-raising campaign among its sympathizers. Hundreds of checks came pouring in from Israel and a dozen other countries, enabling the Gush to carry alone the full costs of the supplies. Many added words of thanks for the opportunity given them to express their opinion this way and join the struggle.

Warm thanks to all of them!

In consultation with Dr. al-Sarraj it was decided to buy not only five tons of essential foodstuffs – flour, sugar, rice, oil, salt, beans and lentils – but also water distillers. “The water in the Gaza Strip is undrinkable,” al-Sarraj reported, “therefore there is an urgent need for distillers.”

The weather forecasts promised rain and thunderstorms all over the country. In spite of this, old and young peace activists came to the starting points in six towns. As requested by the organizers, hundreds of families came in their private cars. Together with the people who came by bus, their number reached about two thousand.

“In the night we were woken up by strong thunderbolts. It started to rain cats and dogs, and we were very worried: who is going to get up early on Shabbat morning in such stormy weather in order to participate in an open-air protest rally and carry sacks of food?” recounted one of the organizers.

Ya’akov Manor had the idea to ask the demonstrators to bring private relief parcels and to add personal letters “from family to family”. The response was beyond all expectations. Families brought not only food and mineral water, but also blankets, warm clothing and many other useful articles, even electrical stoves. The parcels were fastened to the tops of the cars or put in the baggage holds of the buses. They added up to two tons.

When the demonstrators assembled in the towns – Tel Aviv, Jerusalem, Haifa, Nazareth and others – a slight rain was falling. But all who hoped for a brightening up were soon disappointed: during the drive to the Erez border crossing, a very heavy rain started to pour down, making it almost impossible to see the road, and slowed down the huge convoy towards the Gaza strip extremely difficult.

About half of the protesters were Jewish, the other half Arab. The rally was conducted the same way: Side by side with the Jewish speakers – Uri Avnery, Nurit Peled-Elhanan, Professor Jeff Halper and former minister Shulamit Aloni (who was ill and sent a written speech, read by Teddy Katz), speeches were made by advocate Fatmeh al-Ijou, and MKs Izzam Mahul and Jamal Zahalke.

At the height of the rally, the moderator, Huloud al-Badawi, called Dr. Sarraj by cellular phone. He was participating at the parallel rally in Gaza and his words were conveyed by loudspeaker. They amounted to a stirring call to the Israeli peace camp to support the Palestinians in their struggle against the blockade.

A sensation was caused by a young woman from Sderot, Shir Shusdig, who called out: “For seven years I am suffering from the Qassams in Kibbutz Zikim and Sderot. I know that the people on the other side are also suffering very much. That’s why I am here!”

Jeff Halper mentioned that demonstrations of solidarity with the people of Gaza were taking place in dozens of cities around the world. Advocate al-Ijou pointed out that the Attorney General had asserted in a Supreme Court hearing that the blockade on Gaza was similar to the boycott against the former apartheid regime in South Africa. “This is absurd when it comes from a government which is building apartheid roads all over the West Bank!”

Miraculously, the rain stopped just before the rally, and started again a few minutes after it was finished.

Since the Israeli army has not allowed the relief supplies into the Gaza strip, they were stored in a neighboring kibbutz. If the military will not permit their transfer to Gaza in the next two days, we shall apply to the High Court of Justice and start a legal fight until we succeed.
http://zope.gush-shalom.org/index_en.html
http://www.icahd.org/eng/
http://www.palestinecampaign.org/

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