Monthly Archives: May 2010

Top Killing

by Linh Dinh / May 31st, 2010 1951 — the entire village of Pont-Saint-Esprit in France went mad. Wracked by physical and psychological convulsions, people stripped themselves or leapt from windows, became violent, thought snakes were knotted inside their bellies … Continue reading

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Israeli Butchery at Sea

by Gilad Atzmon / May 31st, 2010 As I write this piece the scale of the Israeli lethal slaughter at sea is yet to be clear. However we already know that at around 4am Gaza time, hundreds of IDF commandos … Continue reading

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Israel’s Latest Murder of Humanitarian Activists

by Cynthia McKinney / May 31st, 2010 I am outraged at Israel’s latest criminal act. I mourn with my fellow Free Gaza travelers, the lives that have been lost by Israel’s needless, senseless act against unarmed humanitarian activists. But I’m … Continue reading

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Why Do They Risk Their Lives Working in Tunnels?

by Eva Bartlett / May 31st, 2010 IPS — Since mid 2007, Israel and Egypt, with the help of the international community, have imposed a siege of staggering severity on the 1.5 million humans in the Gaza Strip. Israeli rights … Continue reading

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Memorial “Daze”: Nightmares of Empire

by Phillip Faruggio / May 31st, 2010 Hitler’s German army invaded and occupied Poland. Many soldiers were killed. The Japanese invaded and occupied Nanking and Shanghai. They had many soldiers killed. The same for the British when they occupied India … Continue reading

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This is not a Love song

Sunday, May 30, 2010 at 8:42AM Gilad Atzmon

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Hebrew Culture for Dummies by Gilad Atzmon

Sunday, May 30, 2010 at 3:02PM Gilad Atzmon In the last few days Israel was singled out by the  Nuclear Non-Proliferation conference’s decision  to note Israel  as a country’s whose facilities must be regulated as "fundamentally wrong and duplicitous." This … Continue reading

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