Monthly Archives: March 2009

One State for Palestine Conference – ‘Israel’s massacres are the price of maintaining a Jewish state’

Mondoweiss March 31, 2009 The second day of the One State for Palestine/Israel: A Country for All Its Citizens? conference had a much more ominous tone than Day 1. It focused on the long road to building a one state … Continue reading

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They Will Not Go Down: Celebrating Life and Land Day

Eva Bartlett | In Gaza Shaddi (red crescent)’s father: defying threats of invading Israeli tanks, he stayed in his home during the heavy shelling in his southern Gaza Strip region (Fukhari). March 31, 2009 Less than two months have passed … Continue reading

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Boycott, Surrender or War

By Jeremy Salt – Ankara The ‘Dahiye strategy’ has just been applied in Gaza. March 31, 2009 The spate of reports coming out of the Middle East in the past two weeks are signs of a coming danger greater than … Continue reading

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Video: torture in Iraqi prisons exposed by Mohammed Al Daini

AWPSA March 27, 2009 Torture Expose by Iraq member of Parliament. Mohammed Al-Daini reveals torture in Iraqi prisons. He is currently missing. http://www.uruknet.info?p=52971

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War on Terror 2.0

by Nicole Colson / March 27th, 2009 Defending government eavesdropping without a warrant. Arguing that prisoners of the U.S. held overseas don’t have the right to challenge their detention in U.S. courts. Claiming that victims of CIA kidnapping shouldn’t have … Continue reading

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The Guard Who Found Islam

Terry Holdbrooks stood watch over prisoners at Gitmo. What he saw made him adopt their faith. Matt Slaby-Luceo for Newsweek By Dan Ephron | NEWSWEEK Published Mar 21, 2009 From the magazine issue dated Mar 30, 2009 Army specialist Terry Holdbrooks … Continue reading

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Where is the Change….3.21.2009

As the mother of a Marine who served two tours in Iraq who came home 80% disabled , he would call me and say, Mom, I don’t deserve to live anymore, I have a gun in mouth, I have to … Continue reading

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