For Israeli war criminals, the UK is open for business

Image from the Times of Israel Update 14/5: Join protest against Livni on 15 May in London Israeli 'Justice' Minister, Tzipi Livni is a suspected war criminal. This is for her role in 'Operation Cast Lead', the devastating attack on Gaza in 2008/9. She was Israel's Foreign Minister. It is ironic that a 'Justice Minister' …

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For Palestinians, the Nakba is the mother of all catastrophes

It is 66 years since beautiful, peaceful Palestine was taken violently by Zionists to create a state for the followers of Judaism, a supposedly peaceful religion. In the course of achieving this, over 800,000 peaceful Palestinians ended up as refugees outside their homeland. Zionists have written thousands of words on the reasons for this. They …

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More mistreatment of Palestinian children by the IDF in Hebron

Thanks to @palestinecideo and the ISM for two further videos of IDF intimidation and attempted arrest of Palestinian children in Alkhalil, Hebron. Far from the 'most moral army in the World' Israeli Hasbara tries to portray, it is a murderous, cowardly instrument of intimidation by an Apartheid state. "#Palestine #Video 15-year-old #Palestinian boy assaulted and …

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We will not forget and we will return to historic Palestine

My family and I see this map of historic Palestine every day. Zionists thought the 'old will die and the young will forget' (David Ben Gurion). Yes, some of the old have died but the young have not forgotten and have had lots of Palestinian babies! We will return.

The road to ending violence in Syria goes through Homs

The great city of Homs appears to be finally ridding itself of violence as rebel fighters have left under an agreement with the Syrian Government of Bashar Assad. Arab satellite channels are transmitting moving images of residents returning to Homs. They are shocked by the destruction to homes and livelihoods but all were determined to …

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14 year old Palestinian boy Rashid tells the story of his abduction and mistreatment by Israel

Image from Wattan TV, Palestine See more at: http://www.wattan.tv/ar/news/92705.html#sthash.75e388hF.dpuf Rashid Risheq a 14 year old Palestinian boy from Jerusalem tells a horrific story of his abduction by Israeli forces on 9 February, his ill treatment and torture. He was told to strip naked in an air conditioned room,was repeatedly hit and shouted at. He was …

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On ‘Independence Day’, Israel’s body is in the Middle East but its soul is elsewhere

As Israel marks its 'Independence Day', it remains an entity torn between its geographical location, in the Middle East, and the nations it aspires to be amongst, the US and Europe. The Zionist movement decided, and Britain colluded in planting the Zionist state in Palestine. Perhaps they thought the 'Arabs' will eventually have to accept …

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US officials say Israel is to blame for talks failure but impose no sanction on it

In a very revealing article, Nahum Barnea Inside the talks' failure: US officials open up presents what he considers an official US analysis of why the talks failed. In essence blame is squarely laid at Israel and Netanyahu's door. [update 5/5/2014 According to Dr Daoud Kuttab (Twitter @daoudkuttab), the unnamed US Official is believed to …

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Birmingham vigil in support of Palestinian Hunger Strikers 3 May 2014

Birmingham city centre stood in solidarity with Palestinian prisoners, particularly 200 Administrative detainees on hunger strike since the 24th of April. The month of May is particularly poignant when one considers that 66 years ago, Zionist terrorists were busy ethnically cleansing 500 Palestinian towns and villages, forcing 800,000 native Palestinians into exile. The West Midlands …

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Birmingham vigil for Palestinian hunger strikers 3 May

Over 200 Palestinian prisoners started an open-ended hunger strike a week ago to protest their administrative detentions by the Israeli occupying forces without any guilt or charges leveled against them. The West Midlands Palestine Solidarity Campaign (WMPSC) will hold a vigil as part of the May Day event outside Waterstones, on Sat 3rd May 12pm …

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