Gaza IFP's Speak of their experiences during the War on Gaza
by Refaat Alareer | | 16/02/2009
A phosphorous bomb that appeared, to the kids, like the hair of an ogre!

Submitted by: Refaat Alareer on Feb 16, 09 | 9:01 pm

Rebuilding the Islamic University of Gaza
by Akram Habeeb and Marcy Newman | The Electronic Intifada | 16 February 2009
IT is Israeli universities that contain the laboratories where the weaponry used to destroy Palestinian lives in Gaza and elsewhere is developed. More...
Submitted by: Refaat Alareer on Feb 16, 09 | 7:34 pm

An MOU To Kill More Palestinians
by By Dr. Akram Habeeb | | 20 January, 2009
The Palestinians in Gaza do not bank much on the American government but rather on the good American people, the good people who do not want to see the tax they pay used in building the Israeli arsenal of mass destruction More...
Submitted by: Refaat Alareer on Feb 15, 09 | 12:11 pm

"Creative anarchy" in the Gaza Strip
by Dr. Akram Habeeb | | 1 January 2009
The Israeli intent seems to be to create what US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice called "creative anarchy." Indeed Israel has always wanted to keep Palestinians living a life of disorder. More...
Submitted by: Refaat Alareer on Feb 14, 09 | 10:08 am

When Israel expelled Palestinians:
by Randall Kuhn | The Washington Times, | Wednesday, January 14, 2009
In the wake of Israel's invasion of Gaza, Israel's Defense Minister Ehud Barak made this analogy: "Think about what would happen if for seven years rockets had been fired at San Diego, California from Tijuana, Mexico." More...
Submitted by: Refaat Alareer on Feb 10, 09 | 1:11 pm

A modest Proposal
by Refaat Alareer | | 01-08-2009
A modest Proposal

As far as Gaza is concerned, the only problem does not lie in Hamas, but the problem with Gaza is that it is full of Gazans. More...
Submitted by: Refaat Alareer on Feb 06, 09 | 9:41 pm

Chomsky on Oil and the Israel Lobby
by M. Shahid Alam | Amin Media Network | January 30, 2009
In the slow evolution of US relations with Israel since 1948, as the latter mutated from a strategic liability to a strategic asset, Israel and its Jewish allies in the United States have always occupied the driverís seat. More...
Submitted by: Shahid Alam on Jan 31, 09 | 2:11 am

Zionism in Gaza's Shattered Mirror
by M. Shahid Alam | Scoop | January 14, 2008
At a time when Palestinian men, women and children, corralled in the ghetto of Gaza since 1948, are daily, hourly, relentlessly, being bombed from the air, land and sea, it is instructive to turn to some of the founding fathers of Zionism, and ask what they might have thought about this obscene consequence of their messianic vision. More...
Submitted by: Shahid Alam on Jan 14, 09 | 11:11 pm

Before Our Very Eyes: Israel's Attempted Endgame in Gaza
by Jennifer Loewenstein | Counterpunch | 29 December 2008
The intensity of the bombings on Saturday, which left over 230 people dead and 800 wounded, many seriously, was what struck one witness, R., who claimed never to have heard so many explosions so close together and for such an uninterrupted period of time inside the Gaza Strip. One after another, the explosions sounded, most of them near heavily populated areas; and in one case only 30 meters away from his daughterís elementary school. More...
Submitted by: Mona Baker on Dec 30, 08 | 4:52 pm

The Hope of a Victimised People
by George Bisharat | Los Angeles Times | June 3, 2008

This essay was featured as the final segment of an on-line debate between George Bisharat and Judea Pearl that ran for five days as the 'Dust-Up' website feature of the Los Angeles Times and its sister publications Newsday, Chicago Tribune and Baltimore Sun.
Submitted by: nachoua on Jul 11, 08 | 7:51 pm

Photos of the sea
by Diana Buttu | This I Believe | 10 March 2008
In September 2000, I decided to do my part to bring peace to the Middle East. As a Canadian attorney of Palestinian origin, I believed I could use my legal skills to help broker a peace agreement between Israel and the Palestinians. Naive? Perhaps.

I left my comfortable life in California and moved to the West Bank. Moving there was not easy: I did not know what life is like under military rule. My Western upbringing left me unprepared for life without freedom. Seven years later, I am still not used to it. More...
Submitted by: antiprocon on Mar 13, 08 | 10:40 pm

Gaza's 'bigger holocaust'
by Fida Qishta | IMEU | 8 March 2008
Rafah, the Gaza Strip, March 3 - Israeli officials said today that they finished their military operation in the Gaza Strip, but the Israeli attacks continue, and we fear that Israel is still planning a major invasion. On February 29th, Israel's Deputy Defense Minister Matan Vilnai warned of "a bigger holocaust" for Palestinians.

From February 27th - March 2nd, the Israeli army killed around 110 Palestinians in Gaza, about half of them civilians, and nearly a quarter children, according to the Palestinian Centre for Human Rights in Gaza. Hundreds were injured. Palestinians killed two Israeli soldiers and one Israeli civilian. More...
Submitted by: antiprocon on Mar 11, 08 | 10:58 pm

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