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MEMO’s Exclusive interview with UN Special Rapporteur Prof. Em. Richard Falk

Truth does not matter for “Israel”. Buttons Do. To mute. Dr. Hanan Chehata | Saturday, 29 October 2011 | MEMO Prof. Richard Falk: “No matter what the facts are or the law is, the US will side with Israel.” EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEWIn an exclusive and extensive interview with the Middle East Monitor Prof. Richard Falk, the […]

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Israel Insults Egypt After The Release of Shalit

Related: Palestine’s Prisoners Release – in pictures October 18, 2011 | by  Kawther Salam Israeli Channels 2 and 10, TV channels known as extreme right wing and close to the military, managed by former IDF officers and war criminals, thanked the Egyptian authorities for their role in helping to release Israeli soldier Shalit in the […]

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Two-state solution not practical – Interview with Hani al-Basoos, Prof. of the Islamic University of Gaza

PressTV – Sun Oct 2, 2011 10:16AM GMT An exclusive interview with Hani al-Basoos, professor of the Islamic University of Gaza A prominent professor says that the Palestinian people have the full legal right to resist the Israeli occupation in all Palestinian cities. In an exclusive interview with Press TV, Hani al-Basoos, professor of the […]

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Negotiations were going nowhere – video

Full Text of President Mahmoud Abbas’ Speech at the UNGA Sat Sep 24, 2011 9:37AM GMT Interview with Vice Chair Palestine Solidarity Campaign, Kamel Hawwash. Taking the cause of Palestinian to the UN was an important move to make, because the so called peace negotiation was going absolutely nowhere the Vice Chair of Palestine Solidarity […]

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Palestinians must keep up resistance – video

PressTV – Sat Sep 17, 2011 6:34PM GMT Interview with Hani Albasoos, a professor at the Islamic University of Gaza A prominent political analyst says that resistance against Israel is only way to defend the rights of the entire Palestinian people. In a recent speech, Acting Palestinian Authority Chief Mahmoud Abbas has vowed to pursue […]

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A PALESTINIAN VIEW | Telling Israel ‘no’: An interview with Ghazi Hamad

Daily News Egypt | September 6, 2011, 6:01 pm Bitterlemons: What is the current situation at the Rafah crossing, after Egypt announced that it would be open to travelers? Hamad: Generally speaking, the situation at Rafah crossing is sufficient, but there are crises because the number of passengers allowed to cross is limited while the […]

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‘Israel’s ‘response’ to the Eilat bus shootings’ – An Interview with Max Blumenthal – Aug 19, 2011 – video

Related: Gaza Under Attack – in pictures Check out Max’s work here: http://maxblumenthal.com/   Special Topic: GAZA UNDER ISRAELI ATTACKS Special Topic : All Israeli Massacres on Palestinians Resources : Never Cast Lead Again | The Memorial of Gaza War 2008-2009 Killed by Israeli Occupation 2011 iRemember… The Martyrs of Occupation 2011 How many more […]

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Blockade on Gaza root cause of crisis

Sat Jul 30, 2011 6:7PM GMT Interviewed with Ken O’Keefe, an Irish-American activist Israel has imposed a blockade on the Gaza strip since the democratically elected Hamas government took control of the territory in 2007. The crippling blockade on the territory has triggered a humanitarian crisis. The Palestinian people in Gaza are struggling to attain […]

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‪An Interview with Omar Barghouti – July 9, 2011 – video

Omar Barghouti is an independent Palestinian political and cultural analyst whose opinion columns have appeared in several publications. He is also a human rights activist involved in civil struggle to end oppression and conflict in Palestine. Barghouti is a founding member of the Palestinian Campaign for the Academic and Cultural Boycott of Israel, PACBI. Video […]

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#Airflotilla | ‘Fly In’ Activists on Mass Deportation from Israel‬‏ – video

The Real News | July 10, 2011 Over the weekend hundreds of activists who participated in the “Flytilla” to Israel were interrogated, refused entry, jailed, and are being deported in stages. While the remaining boats in the Free Gaza Movement’s flotilla are still trying to leave the Greek ports, activists from around the world organized […]

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Israeli Civilization?

  by Gilad Atzmon | July 8th, 2011 | Dissident Voice In an audio interview , Harvard University Yiddish Professor Ruth Wisse has condemned ongoing attempts by international activists to set sail for Gaza, on what she calls a “kill-the-Jews flotilla.” “The purpose of the flotilla is to discredit the Israeli attempt to protect itself […]

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هولندا والهجرة المعاكسة للأدمغة | Interview with Doc Jazz ( @docjazzmusic )

هولندا والهجرة المعاكسة للأدمغة تاريخ النشر : 6 July 2011 – 4:43pm | تقرير: كريمة إدريسي (RNW) مفردات البحث تقرير: كريمة ادريسي – إذاعة هولندا العالمية/ “مثلما الأشعة النووية تؤثر على جسد الإنسان، هكذا تؤثر الأفكار السامة على عقل الإنسان. إذا مررت بالأشعة النووية يومين، لن يحدث لك شيء، ولكن إذا ظللت في تلك البيئة […]

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Israel afraid of the truth

Sat Jul 2, 2011 3:57PM Interview with Dr. Paul Larudee, Co-Founder of Free Palestine Movement in Greece. Greece has strongly blocked the peace activists, setting sail to carry humanitarian aid to Gaza, a peace activist says. In an interview with Press TV, Dr. Paul Larudee, Co-Founder of Free Palestine Movement in Greece, explains the latest […]

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“Independence cannot be given to you” ~ an Interview with Doc Jazz:

An interview with a Palestinian songwriter of political music Doc Jazz In December 2000, Doc Jazz released his first political song ‘Intifada’, which was listened to widely on the world wide web, and started his internet project ‘The Musical Intifada’. Since that time, the collection of his self-written and -produced songs has grown to over […]

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Interview: Chris Gunness, UNRWA Spokesman, on Palestinian refugees

Monday, June 20 2011| Roee Ruttenberg | +972 Magazine There is no doubt in my mind that you can have a just and durable peace unless 4.8 million refugees are brought out of their 63-year exile, statelessness and dispossession. – Chris Gunness, UNRWA Spokesman, 20 June 2011 Roee Ruttenberg: Can you tell us a little […]

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