scandalous siege of Gaza
The killing continues on a daily basis - by tank and sniper fire, by air and
sea bombardment, and by undercover teams in civilian clothes sent into Arab territory
to ambush and murder, an Israeli specialty perfected over the past several decades. Read
Fri 13 Dec 2013 05:41 pm filed by admin - International
By David Swanson
Frank Richards recalled: "On Christmas morning we stuck up a board with 'A Merry Christmas' on it. The enemy had stuck up a similar one. Platoons would sometimes go out for twenty-four hours' rest -- it was a day at least out of the trench and relieved the monotony a bit -- and my platoon had gone out in this way the night before, but a few of us stayed behind to see what would happen. Two of our men then threw their equipment off and jumped on the parapet with their hands above their heads. Two of the Germans done the same and commenced to walk up the river bank, our two men going to meet
Stop the Blank Check to Israel, Stop Funding Human Rights Violations
Tue 10 Dec 2013 12:13 am filed by admin - Israel, Palestine, United States
By Casey Stinemetz
December 10th is Human Rights Day. This day is an opportunity for all of us to reflect on the importance of human rights in our increasingly interconnected world. Human Rights are basic freedoms to which all humans are entitled: the right to life, the freedom of thought and expression, and equality before the law. But are these rights applied equally, regardless of race, ethnicity, religion, gender, and other differences?
Tue 3 Dec 2013 08:56 pm filed by admin - International
'9/11 in the Academic Community', winner of the 2011 University of Toronto Film Festival, is a unique documentary that consists of interviews of recognized professors discussing their experiences regarding academia’s treatment of critical perspectives on 9/11.