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Gaza Siege Harshness Continues. Israel’s committing slow-motion genocide ~ by Stephen Lendman

OpEdNews | March 23, 2012 | Stephen Lendman Israel’s committing slow-motion genocide in Gaza. Israel’s claimed easing is false. Besieged Gazans remain isolated. The Palestinian Center for Human Rights (PCHR) assessed conditions in January. Except for limited amounts of agricultural products, Gaza’s export economy’s suffering. In addition, imports of basic needs and raw materials fall […]

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Washington and Israel v. Iran and Flotilla Activists ~ by Stephen Lendman

Press Release #FREEDOMWAVES | Topic FreedomWaves | Category Flotilla | Pictures By Stephen Lendman | OpEdNews.com | Nov 10, 2011 Washington and Israel: symbols of how rogue states operate. While high stakes nuclear roulette continues, the fate of Freedom Waves to Gaza activists hangs in the balance. On November 2, Canada’s Tahrir and Ireland’s Soairse […]

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“A Splendid Little War”: Jingoism And Gaza – OpEd

Related: Gaza Under Attack – in pictures August 22, 2011 |Mondoweiss |  By Paul Mutter | EurasiaReview With an Egyptian-brokered ceasefire tentatively set for Sunday night, will Israel resist the “seductive calls for a show of power in Gaza” (as one Haaretz op-ed puts it)? After excoriating the Egyptians for not doing enough to secure […]

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“Lawfare” is the latest form of Israeli-AIPAC attack on the Gaza Freedom Flotilla

By Ann Wright | Op-Ed News Israel is hard at work to stop international citizen activists groups from 22 countries that form the Gaza Freedom Flotilla from sailing in less than three weeks to bring international attention to Israel’s brutal siege on Gaza. As a part of Israeli government propaganda, the civil society to civil […]

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On Peace And Critics: Interview With Ilan Pappé – OpEd

By Emanuel Stoakes | Eurasiareview | Apr 3, 2011 (Emanuel Stoakes talks to the Israeli historian Ilan Pappé about the prospect of a peace settlement in the Middle East, the plight of the Palestinian refugees, and his response to his numerous critics.) After attending the Inaugural Lecture for the European Centre for Palestine Studies at […]

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