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REMEMBERING FURKAN DOGAN | PHOTO ESSAY

Posted by desertpeace on Thursday, March 3, 2011 at 8:00 pm. Furkan’s Dad speaking about his martyred son…. Commentary by Chippy Dee, Photos © by Bud Korotzer   Late last week there was a meeting at The Commons on Atlantic Avenue in Brooklyn that few attending will ever forget.  Organized by Al-Awda, the Center for Constitutional […]

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ei: Father of Furkan Dogan, slain on flotilla, seeks justice

Kristin Szremski, The Electronic Intifada, 24 February 2011 Dr. Ahmet Doğan (Kristin Szremski) As Dr. Ahmet Doğan drove from his home town of Kayseri to the Istanbul airport on 3 June 2010 — three days after Israel attacked the Mavi Marmara and killed nine unarmed activists taking humanitarian aid to the occupied Gaza Strip — […]

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Recognizing the Mavi Marmara Dead and All of Gaza’s Heroes

Tim King Salem-News.com Dec 30, 2010 Many have laid down their lives in the effort to see Gaza liberated; they paid the ultimate price and should be recognized. Salem-News.com artwork by Austin King. Special thanks to cultures of resistance and the film “Gazastrophe” (SALEM, Ore.) – It seems more than legitimate that the names of […]

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