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Washing Your Hands of Khader Adnan: My response to weasel words of EU’s Catherine Ashton – by Ali Abunimah

Information Clearing House – Ali Abunimah By Ali Abunimah February 18, 2012 “Electronic Intifada” February 17, 2012 —  Today my colleague David Cronin wrote about the weasel worded response of the EU High Representative Catherine Ashton, for comment on the case of Khader Adnan. Here is my response, which I sent her by email. European […]

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A few weasel words from EU as Khader Adnan nears death ~ by @intifada

Related: WE WILL NOT LET YOU DOWN KHADER! ~ Photos & Action Alert Submitted by david on Fri, 02/17/2012 – Electronic Intifada As Khader Adnan begins the 62nd day of his hunger strike, the European Union’s foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton might finally say something about his suffering. Two days after I contacted Ashton’s office […]

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Did words ever end an occupation? Still, Unity First ~ by @docjazzmusic

Sunday, 25 September 2011 | Docjazz.com by Tariq Shadid – September 23, 2011 was a memorable day. On that day, we watched the President of the Palestinian Authority unleash a barrage of strong words against the Zionist colonialist state of Israel, using language and meanings that we had rarely heard him use before on the international diplomatic stage. […]

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UNFORGETTABLE WORDS FROM AN ISRAELI GENERAL’S SON – video

Ramallah Online | May 25, 2011 The General’s Son Miko Peled is a peace activist who dares to say in public what others still choose to deny. Born in Jerusalem in 1961 into a well known Zionist family, his grandfather, Dr. Avraham Katsnelson was a Zionist leader and signer of the Israeli Declaration of Independence. […]

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Obama Supports Full Israeli Withdrawal? Words vs. Actions

23.05.11 – 13:27 | PNN – Palestine News Network By Michael Warschawski /AIC- President Obama’s announcement in favour of withdrawal to the lines of 1967 was surprising, particularly as it was said mere hours before his meeting with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Washington. Advisors to the American president obviously knew that the announcement […]

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IMEU: Martin Luther King’s words live in Palestine

Dorothy M. Zellner, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Jan 17, 2011 Palestinians, along with Israeli and international activists, are tear-gassed while taking part in weekly non-violent demonstrations in the West Bank village of Bil’in. For over six years, they have been protesting against the confiscation of land for the construction of settlements and Israel’s illegal separation wall. […]

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The struggle for democracy in words and action

Sunday, January 16 2011|+972blog     by Libby Lenkinski UPDATE: Since this post was filed, the village of Al-Araqib has been demolished again – for the 9th time in a row. Reports speak of escalation in police and army violence, and information as yet unconfirmed even mentions rubber bullets fired at Israeli civilians.  We will […]

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Israelis’ xenophobia, in their own words

Thursday, December 23 2010|Roi Maor Israel’s most widely circulated newspaper covers the growing tide of hate for asylum seekers. Israelis try to portray these “foreigners”, who number 0.4% of the country’s population, as a dangerous burden, but it seems refugees fleeing genocide have more to fear from Israelis than the other way around Yedioth Aharonoth, […]

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Maltese foreign minister demands end to Gaza siege with ‘more than just words’

[ 18/12/2010 – 08:07 AM ]   GAZA, (PIC)– Malta’s Foreign Minister Tonio Borg said he was shocked at the humanitarian condition in the Gaza Strip that has resulted from Israel’s four-year blockade on the region. He asserted that the time has come to end the blockade. “The siege on Gaza must be seriously lifted, […]

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