Remembering The Israeli Massacre In Kafr Qasim – Oct 29, 1956

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“29 October 1956: Israeli frontier guards started at 4 pm what they called a tour of the Triangle Villages. They told the Mukhtars (Aldermen) of those villages that the curfew from that day onwards was to start from 5 pm instead of 6 pm. They reached Kafr Qasem around 4:45 and informed the Mukhtar protested that there are about 400 villagers working outside th

e village and there is not enough time to inform them of the new times. An officer assured him that they will be taken care of. Then the guards waited at the entrance to the village. 43 Kafr Qasem inhabitants were massacred in cold blood by the army as they returned from work, their crime was violating a curfew they did not know about. On the northern entrance of the village 3 were…

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Anti-zionism is not anti-semitism why is this so hard to understand
Waters, one of Israel’s harshest critics and a leading BDS activist, “serially slanders Israel as an apartheid state, compares it to Nazi Germany and denies that the Iranian regime poses any threat to the Jewish state,” SWC explained.
How quickly they forget …..
And this …
Khamenei, Waters top 2013anti-Semites list
Simon Wiesenthal Center gives two first slots on its top-10 list of anti-Semitic and anti-Israel slurs to Iranian supreme leader Khamenei, Turkish Prime Minister Erdogan. Former Pink Floyd frontman Roger Waters ranks fourth for ‘using his status as a musician to denigrate Judaism’*

The leaders of Iran and Turkey and musician Roger Waters top the 2013 “anti-Semitic and anti-Israel slurs” list released Monday by the Simon Wiesenthal Center (SWC), a Jewish human rights organization dedicated to fighting anti-Semitism and Holocaust denial.

The first place was given to Iranian supreme leader Ayatollah Ali…

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“La normalisation d’Israël, – normaliser l’anormal – est un processus nuisible et subversif qui s’acharne à camoufler l’injustice et à coloniser la partie la plus intime de l’opprimé : son esprit. S’impliquer dans ou avec des organismes qui servent cet objectif est donc une des premières cibles du boycott, et une action que les partisans de BDS doivent combattre ensemble.” (PACBI Octobre 2011)[1]

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Urgent : Justice for Stanley Cohen !

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Stanley L. Cohen is long-time social justice attorney and activist. For ten years he has been subjected to aggressive investigation and harassment by various agencies of the United States federal government, ultimately leading to criminal indictments being filed against him in two jurisdictions, relating to income tax matters.

On April 14, 2014 following years of litigation, enormous expense and tremendous stress to his family and his practice, he accepted a deal that includes pleading guilty to impeding the IRS tax code. He will be sentenced in October or shortly thereafter. He is now facing 18 months in prison.

The political nature of this prosecution is evident from the severity of the charges leveled against Cohen for underlying acts many of which are not even alleged to be illegal in and of themselves (for example accepting cash payments from clients, or keeping cash in an office safe), or are as benign…

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Israel Cashes in on Gaza Reconstruction


In a story notable for what it fails to say, The New York Times today tells us that donor nations have pledged $5.4 billion to rebuild Gaza. Although we get some numbers here, the article avoids the big question: Why are other nations asked to pay for Israel’s destruction in the strip this summer?

This is not a new concern. International organizations such as the United Nations and Amnesty International have called on Israel to make reparations after past attacks, and even the U.S. State Department recently said that Israel should make a material contribution to the rebuilding effort. This year Human Rights Watch has already made a strong statement in support of Israeli reparations.

None of this, however, appears in the Times story by Michael Gordon. In fact, the article avoids mention of Israeli culpability in the massive destruction of Gaza and the deaths of more than…

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