Tag Archives: Palestine

A Girl Who Has Come to the Right Conclusion (though not in the view of the Jerusalem Post)

You may recall reading or hearing about Reem Sahwil, a 14-yearl-old Palestinian girl living in Germany, who  in a public forum on July 16 asked Angela Merkel a question and received from the German prime minister a reply that caused … Continue reading

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Report: Israel Attacks Syria Again

It has been a busy day for Israel. Earlier today the Israeli prime minister announced the “immediate” construction of 300 new settler homes in the occupied West Bank (article below), and now it seems that an Israeli drone has made … Continue reading

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Split in World Jewry: the ‘Diasporas’ vs. the Israelis

We seem to be seeing a major split in World Jewry over the policies of the state of Israel. A couple of recently-published articles are indicative of this.

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Surprise! State Dept. Calls on Israel to ‘Refrain’ from Demolishing Village!

Will wonders never cease? A few days ago I posted an article about an international campaign that has been launched to try and save the Palestinian village of Susiya from demolition. Apparently the campaign is picking up steam.

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Call to Action to Save Palestinian Village from Demolition

Yet another Palestinian village  is on the verge of being demolished by Israeli bulldozers. The village is called Susiya and is located in the West Bank, in Area C, which is under full Israeli occupation.

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Cancer Rates Spike in Gaza Over Past 10 Years

The ISM website has published an interview with Dr. Rami Mokdad, head of the Oncology Department at Shifa Hospital in Gaza, who reports a significant increase in cancer cases over the past decade. Here is an excerpt: For example, in … Continue reading

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‘Yahud’ or ‘Israeli’?

Apparently the children of Gaza are too busy running and dodging Israeli attacks to worry about observing the niceties of political correctness.

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What She Looks Like Today…

The iconic photo above was made last summer in Gaza during Israel’s 51-day massacre of people there. The girl’s name is Nema. She was playing in front of her home when a missile from an Israeli F-16 struck. Seven people … Continue reading

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Gaza One Year On

Today marks the one-year anniversary of the start of the Gaza slaughter (one hesitates to use the word “war”). Here are a few reflections and perspectives. The Children Living in Gaza’s Rubble By Catherine Weibel and Sajy Elmughanni GAZA, State … Continue reading

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Thousands Still Homeless in Gaza as Donor Pledges Go Unfulfilled

Jewish Terrorists Who Burned Palestinian Boy Alive Recount Their Crime By Khalid Amayreh | June 4, 2015 The three Jewish terrorists who last year abducted and burned alive a young Palestinian boy from a refugee camp near Jerusalem on Wednesday … Continue reading

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